Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC24/1/1-45
TitleMiscellaneous official and personal correspondence and papers, 1919-1921
Extentapprox. 46 items
DescriptionMiscellaneous printed, typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; notes, memoranda and miscellanea; may contain copy correspondence; one envelope; one letter in French; contains personal papers; relating to Austen Chamberlain's appointment as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Budget speech, Treasury reorganization, Army of Occupation and Post-War Army, policy in Russia, death of Beatrice Chamberlain [sister of Austen Chamberlain], Peace Terms, Taxation and Levy on War Fortunes, Lampson accepting post of Parliamentary Private Secretary, Land Value Duties, Degradation of the Irish Judiciary, Stanley's retirement from Government, Military Forces, etc, 1919
Correspondents: J. S. Ashe, H. Birchenough, Birdwood, [Hugh] Bertram Cox [Solicitor of Inland Revenue, 1911-1921], [McCleod], Revelstoke, St. Aldwyn, J. Baird, Joseph Cook, George T. Denison, George Duckworth, Rt. Hon. Andrew Bonar Law [Leader of Unionist Party, 1911-1921 (resigned); Leader of the House of Commons, 1916-1921 (resigned); Member of the War Cabinet, 1916-1919; Lord Privy Seal, 1919-1921 (resigned); Plenipotentiary, Peace Conference, 1919] , Steel Maitland, John Ross, [William Waldegrave Palmer] Selborne [2nd Earl of Selborne; MP; various political offices], R. Vassar Smith, Sam Storey, John Bradbury, Paul Gambon, [H.] Chaplin [MP], [Rt. Hon. Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)] Churchill [secretary of State for; War and Air, 1919-1921; Air and the Colonies, 1921], Hugh Clifford, George Curzon [1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Lord President of the Council, 1916-1919; Leader of the House of Lords, 1916-1924; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919-1924; various other political offices], De Laszlo, James Louis Garvin [Editor of 'The Observer', 1908-1942; author of 'The Life of Joseph Chamberlain', Vol. I, 1836-1885, Vol. II, 1885-1895, Vol. III, 1895-1900, 1934], [Commander Oliver Stillingfleet] Locker-Lampson [Parliamentary Private Secretary to Chancellor of Exchequer, March 1919; accompanied Austen Chamberlain to Peace Conference; conducted Victory Loan, 1919; Parliamentary Private Secretary to Leader of the House, and Lord Privy Seal, 1921], David Lloyd George [1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1916-1922], Albert Stanley, [Stringhor], [Field-Marshal Sir] Henry [Hughes] Wilson [Various political and military offices], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1919-1921] and others
Includes: /24-/27 Printed, typescript and manuscript correspondence and memorandum of Churchill and Austen Chamberlain, relating to Russian Policy and War Cabinet; /28 Manuscript letter from Hugh Clifford to Austen Chamberlain, relating to death of Beatrice Chamberlain; /30 Manuscript letter from Curzon dated 4 April 1921 apparently filed out of date sequence; /31-/32 Typescript copies of cypher telegraphic correspondence relating to offensive operations in Asia Minor, 1921; /41a Newspaper cutting relating to Irish King's Bench Division; /44-/45 Manuscript note and typescript memorandum from Wilson to Austen Chamberlain relating to functions of Military Forces before and after War
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/30 appears to be out of date sequence [1921]; /31-32 are dated 1921; /41a is in addition to /41; /41a is a newspaper cutting; /40 including envelope with crumbling seal


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