Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC32/4/1-15
TitleOfficial papers relating to proposal of 1922 General election
Extentapprox. 17 items
DescriptionTypescript and manuscript correspondence, reports, and notes; may contain copy correspondence [and drafts]; relating to proposal of General Election, 1922
Correspondents: of [Sir (John)] Malcolm Fraser [Honorary Principal Agent of Unionist Party, 1920-1923], Neville Chamberlain [Rt. Hon. Arthur Neville; half-brother of Austen Chamberlain; Conservative MP for a Birmingham division, 1918-40; while in opposition (1920-31) reorganized Conservative Central Office; postmaster-general, 1922], Lieut-Col. Sir Alexander Leith [National Unionist Association, 1922-1923], Herbert M[erton] Jessel [1st Baron Jessel; London Whip, Unionist Central Office, 1920-1927], [Sir] Percy Woodhouse [Chairman Manchester Conservative and Unionist Association], J[ohn] C[harles] Williams [Lord-Lieutenant of Cornwall, 1918-1936], George Younger [National Unionist Association], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1919-1921, Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] and others
Includes: /1a-/1b Typescript letter from Fraser to Austen Chamberlain and report from Unionist Central Office, 1921; /2-/3 Typescript report on forecast of result of General Election from Unionist Central Office, [1921]; /7-/11 Typescript notes by Neville Chamberlain, Leith, Jessel, Woodhouse, and Williams, respectively, [1921]; /15 Typescript diary notes of press campaign, [1922]
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/1a and /1b are in place of /1; /2a is in addition to /2; /2a and /3 appear to be part of /2


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