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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC53/1-592
TitleMiscellaneous official correspondence and papers, 1926
Extentapprox. 607 items
Date1926
DescriptionMiscellaneous printed, typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; notes, memoranda, reports and miscellanea; mainly arranged alphabetically by surname; including copy correspondence, extracts, drafts [and dictation]; including translations and correspondence in various languages; may contain envelopes; may contain personal papers; 1926
Correspondents: of Sir James T. Agg-Gardner, [Rt. Hon. Sir Beilby Francis Alston] [Minister to the Argentine Republic and Paraguay, 1923-1925], Rt. Hon. Leopold Stennett Amery [Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1924-1929; Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, 1925-1929], Wilfrid Ashley [MP], [J. Asser], Katharine [Alhotl], [John Baird], Stanley Baldwin [First Earl Baldwin of Bewdley; Prime Minister, 1924-1929], Ben Bathurst, Viscount Bearsted, Sir Frederic Ponsonby, Earl of Birkenhead, Bland, Sir Robert Borden, William Clive Bridgeman [1st Viscount Bridgeman of Leigh; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1924-1929], [Tony] Buxton, [Tom Cadman] [Deputy Chairman, Anglo-Persian Oil Co., Ltd.], Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, Neville Chamberlain [Rt. Hon. Arthur Neville; half-brother of Austen Chamberlain; Minister of Health in 1923 and 1924-29], H[enry] C[harles] Charleton [MP], [Rt. Hon. Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)] Churchill [Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1924-1929], [Rt. Hon.] Sir George [Russell] Clerk [British Ambassador in Turkey, 1926-1933], Paul A Cravath, Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, [Robert Offley Ashburton] Crewe[-Milnes] [1st Marquess of Crewe; HM Ambassador in Paris, 1922-1928], [Edgar Vincent] [1st Viscount D'Abernon; Ambassador at Berlin, 1920-1926], Archbishop of Thyateira, A. L. P. Dennis, Derby, Eric Drummond, Mrs. Dugdale, Lord Emmott, [J. M. M.] Erskine, Lord Farrer, Rt. Hon. Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher [President of the Board of Education, 1916-1922], de Fleuriau, Walter Forrest, George E. Foster, Ernest A. Gardner, James Louis Garvin [Editor-in-Chief of the Encyclopaedia Britannica', 1926-1929; 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], Arthur John Bigge [1st Baron Stamfordham; Private Secretary to Queen Victoria, 1895-1901, and to Prince of Wales, 1901-1910], [Rt. Hon. Sir George Dixon] Grahame [Ambassador to Belgium, 1920-1928], George A. Gibbs, Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald (William) Graham [HBM Ambassador to Italy, 1921-1933], [Rt. Hon.] Sir George [Dixon] Grahame [Ambassador to Belgium, 1920-1928, and Minsiter Plenipotentiary in Luxemburg, 1922-1928], [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy Council, 1923-1938], Rt. Hon. J[ohn] W[aller] Hills [MP; various political offices], Samuel [John Gurney] Hoare [1st Viscount Templewood of Chelsea; MP with seat in Cabinet, 1923-1924 and 1924-1929; various political offices], W. A. Holman, Alan B. Houghton, Esme [William] Howard [1st Baron Howard of Penrith; Ambassador to USA, 1924-1930], [Rt. Hon. Sir] Ellis Hume-Williams [MP], [Alderman Alfred Henry] James [Lord Mayor of Birmingham, 1926-1928], [Lt-Col Hon.] Cuthbert James [various political and military offices], de Jouvenel, William Joynson Hicks [1st Viscount Brentford; Home Secretary, 1924-1929], Earl of Kerry, J. M. Keynes, [Lampson], Lansdowne, Larkin, [Viscount] Lascelles, [Rt. Hon. Sir Greig] Latham [Representative of Australia at League of Nations and Imperial Conference, 1926], [Rt. Hon. Sir Francis (Oswald)] Lindley [Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Oslo, 1923-1929], Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald (Charles) Lindsay [Ambassador, 1925-1926; British Ambassador at Berlin, 1926-1928], George Ambrose Lloyd [1st Baron Lloyd of Dolobran; High Commissioner for Egypt and the Sudan, 1925-1929], [Herbert William] Looker [MP], Rt. Hon. Sir Percy (Lyham) Loraine [British Minister to Persia, 1921-1926; British Minister at Athens, 1926-1929], Cecil Lubbock, Sir Frederick Lugard, Mrs. Alfred [Dame Edith] Lyttelton, Sir Ian Malcolm, Sir Neill Malcolm, D[avid] M[arshall] Mason [MP], K. [Matsui], Merrydelval, Midleton, James D. Milner, Sir Alfred Mond, [Sir William Grenville Max Muller] [Minister to Poland, 1920-1928], [George] Gilbert [Aime] Murray [Professor; writer; Chairman League of Nations Union, 1923-1938], [Montagu Collet] Norman [1st Baron Norman; Governor of the Bank of England, 1920-1944], Earl of Onslow, Herbert Henry Asquith [1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, Prime Minister, 1908-1916, and various other political offices], F. George Penny, Sir Frederick Ponsonby, Quinones de Leon, [Rt. Hon. Sir Malcolm Arnold] Robertson [Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary, Buenos Aires, 1925-1927; Ambassador, 1927-1929], [Rt. Hon.] Sir Horace [George Montagu] Rumbold [British Ambassador, Madrid, 1924-1928], Odo Russell, Salisbury, Ricardo Rivera Schreiber, Sir George Schuster, [Rt. Hon. Sir] Leslie [Frederic] Scott [MP], [William Waldegrave Palmer] Selborne [2nd Earl of Selborne; MP; various political offices], Soulie, Southborough, [Lord Stonehaven], Albert Thomas [International Labour Office, Geneva], William [George] Tyrrell [1st Baron Tyrrell of Avon; Assistant Under-Secretary, 1919-1925 and Permanent Under-Secretary of State at Foreign Office, 1925-1928], [Torretto], Josiah C. Wedgwood, [Freeman Freeman-Thomas] Willingdon [1st Marquis of Willingdon; Governor-General of Canada, 1926-1931], Rt. Hon. Sir Laming Worthington-Evans [Secretary of State for War, 1921-1922 and 1924-1929; Secretary for War, 1924-1929], E. Hilton-Young, Austen Chamberlain [mainly acting as Foreign Secretary] and others
Includes: /2 Printed programme for 'The "Friends of Italy" at Home' at Wigmore Hall; /6-/42 Typescript correspondence of Amery and Austen Chamberlain, relating to Security and Disarmament, Dominions, League of Nations, Suez Canal Board, Syria, etc, including /16 Typescript extract from a letter from Sir Frederick Lugard to Amery, /24 Typescript memorandum relating to The King's Title, and /37 Typescript extract from a letter from Willingdon to Amery; /95-/118 Manuscript and typescript correspondence of Cecil and Austen Chamberlain relating to Armenia, League of Nations, Roumania, etc, including 117 Printed memorandum from Imperial Conference 1926, relating to Committee on British Policy in the Antartic; /129-135 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Churchill and Austen Chamberlain relating to Economy, Turkey, Egypt, Portugal, etc; /143-/208 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Lord Crewe and Austen Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, Vincennes Memorial, visit of French President, France, Germany, Italy, etc, including /166 Typescript 'Note on the Composition of the Council of the League of Nations' and /178 Printed copy of dedication for Vincennes Memorial; /209-/225 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including copies of telegraphic correspondence of D'Abernon and Austen Chamberlain relating to Germany, League of Nations, etc, including /221-/234 Typescript memorandum relating to future of gas warfare; /243-/256 Typescript correspondence of Eric Drummond and Austen Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, etc, including /244 Typescript memorandum relating to Poland, /246 Typescript record of interview with Hemings [Swedish Minister at Bern], /248 Typescript record of interview with Peltzer [Belgian Minister at Bern], /254 Typescript statement by Latin-American Delegations; /279-/298 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Bigge [Stamfordham] and Austen Chamberlain relating to France and visit of French President, League of Nations, Russia, etc, including /279 Typescript extract from a letter from Bigge [Stamfordham] to Edward Grey [1st Viscount Grey of Fallodon; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1905-1916], relating to 1913 King's invitation to Poincare; /305-/321 Manuscript and typescript correspondence of Graham and Austen Chamberlain relating to Italy and Mussolini, etc; /322-/341 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Grahame and Austen Chamberlain, relating to League of Nations, France, Belgium, etc, including /330 Typescript letter from Austen Chamberlain to G. A. Gibbs, relating to decorations for rebuilding of towns in France, /335-/335g and /339 Newspaper and publication cuttings and cartoons, in French [mainly from Belgian Press], relating to reception of British Ambassador; /344-/352 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Hankey and Austen Chamberlain relating to Dominions, etc, including International Conference extracts; /355-/356 Typescript English copy of notes of Party meeting addressed by [James] Ramsay MacDonald [First Labour Prime Minister, 1924 and 1929-1931] and corresponding German [translation]; /368-/379 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Howard and Austen Chamberlain, relating to Washington, Dominions, etc, including /371 and /374 Newspaper cuttings relating to crisis in Great Britain, trusting Great Britain, etc; /424-/451 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including typescript copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Lloyd and Austen Chamberlain relating to Egypt, Italy, etc; /485 Printed 'Relations of Lord Curzon as Viceroy of India with the British Government, 1902-5' [George Curzon] [1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Viceroy and Gov.-Gen. of India, 1899-1905; various other political offices]; /518-/522 Typescript correspondence of Sir Horace Rumbold and Austen Chamberlain relating to Spain, League of Nations, etc; /532 Newspaper cutting relating to Streseman and Mussolini; /544-/544a Newspaper cuttings relating to Lloyd George's [David Lloyd George] [1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1916-1922; various political offices] attack on Chamberlain; /546a-/546c Newspaper cuttings relating to Australia and Imperialism; /551-/569 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Tyrrell and Austen Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, Germany, etc
LanguageEnglish
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/297a is in addition to /297; /335a-/335g are in addition to /335; /347a is in addition to /347; /352a is in addition to /352; /537a is in addition to /537; /544a is in addition to /544; /546a-/546c are in addition to /546; /132 appears to be incomplete; /307 and /308 are in reverse order; /335a-/335g, /339, /371, /374, /532, /544-/544a, and /546a-/546c are newspaper and publication cuttings