Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC38/3/1-137
TitleMiscellaneous official and personal correspondence and papers, 1927-1930
Extentapprox. 147 items
DescriptionMiscellaneous typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; notes, memoranda and miscellanea; may contain copy correspondence; extracts, drafts, and dictation; contains correspondence in various languages; may contain envelopes; contains personal papers; relating to China, Soviet Mission and Raid on Arcos, political situation at Liverpool, Chamberlain's speeches, Liberal Party Fund, publication with reference to Joseph Chamberlain [Rt. Hon. Joseph Austin; father of Austen Chamberlain], articles by Gauvain, Chamberlain's book 'Peace in Our Time', King's speech and proceedings in Council, Lord Rectorship of Glasgow University, Chamberlain's visit to Canada, Honours, illness of King George V, situation in Egypt, Kabul Massacres, Chamberlain's illness and resigning office as Foreign Secretary, Herbert Henry Asquith [1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith, Prime Minister, 1908-1916, and various other political offices], and the War, 1929 Proceedings at the Council of the League, Italian Art Exhibition [organised by Ivy Chamberlain], etc, 1927-1930
Correspondents: of Derby, Briand, 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], Edmund Gosse, David Lloyd George [1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1916-1922; various political offices], [HE The Marquis de] Merry del Val [Spanish Ambassador in London, 1913-1931], Bishop of Salisbury, Baroness Scherr-Thoss, [Thomas], [Sir Walford Harmood Montague] Selby [Principal Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1924-1932], William [George] Tyrrell [1st Baron Tyrrell of Avon; Permanent Under-Secretary of State at Foreign Office, 1925-1928; British Ambassador in Paris, 1928-1934], Charles Wibley, Arthur James Balfour [1st Earl of Balfour; President of the Council, 1919-1922 and 1925-1929], S. Gaselee, C. S. B. [Buckland], Princess Bibesco, R[eginald] G[erald] Leigh [Assistant private secretary to Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919-1932], Lord Robert Cecil, [Rt. Hon.] Sir George [Russell] Clerk [British Ambassador in Turkey, 1926-1933], [Robert Offley Ashburton] Crewe[-Milnes] [1st Marquess of Crewe; HM Ambassador in Paris, 1922-1928], Lord Cushendun, [Robert] Anthony Eden [1st Earl of Avon; Parliamentary Private Secretary to Secretary of State for Foeign Affairs, 1926-1929], Elisabeth [Queen of the Belgians], [Rt. Hon. Sir George Dixon] Grahame [Ambassador to Belgium, 1920-1928; Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain, 1928-1935], Rt. Hon. Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher [President of the Board of Education, 1916-1922], de Fleuriau, H. A. Garfield, [Mrs. Alfred [Dame Edith] Lyttelton], [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy Council, 1923-1938], Sir Almeric FitzRoy, George Lansbury, Sir Walter R. Lawrence, Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald (Charles) Lindsay [British Ambassador at Berlin, 1926-1928; Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office 1928-1930; British Ambassador at Washington, 1930-1939], Sir Donald [of Tarbert, Cantire] MacAlister [Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glascow, 1907-1929], [Sir W. L.] MacKenzie King [Canadian Prime Minister], Morton Prince [husband of Mary Carnegie's cousin Fanny [nee Peabody] Prince], Arthur John Bigge [1st Baron Stamfordham; Private Secretary to Queen Victoria, 1895-1901, and to Prince of Wales, 1901-1910], Arthur Steel Maitland, G. H. Villiers, Rt. Hon. Leopold Stennett Amery [Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1924-1929; Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, 1925-1929], Stanley Baldwin [First Earl Baldwin of Bewdley; Prime Minister, 1924-1929], Gerald William Balfour [2nd Earl of Balfour; MP and various political offices], Hon. (Robert) Randolph Bruce [Liet.-Gov. of British Columbia, 1926-1931], Baron E. de Cartier, Buckingham Palace, J. W. Headham-Morley, [Rt. Hon. Arthur] Henderson [Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1929-1931], Lloyd, Sir Francis Humphrys, Lt. Commander [Joseph Montague] Kenworthy [10th Baron of England Strabolgi; MP and various political offices], Kilbracken, Miles [Wedderburn] Lampson [1st Baron Killearn; British Minister to China, 1926-1933], [Commander Oliver Stillingfleet] Locker-Lampson [MP; various political offices], Le Marechal Lyautey, E. F. Melly, Mussolini, Lord Newton, Lady Oxford, [William Robert Wellesley] Peel [1st Earl Peel; Secretary of State for India, 1922-1924 and 1928-1929; First Commissioner of Works, 1924-1928; Member Indian Round Table Conference, 1930-1931], Yvonne Printemps, Lord Queensborough, Admiral Sir Herbert W. Richmond, Gustav Stresemann, Kate Stresemann, Josiah C. Wedgwood, Austen Chamberlain [acting as Foreign Secretary, 1924-1929] and others
Includes: /13 Newspaper cutting relating to Liberal Finance; /20-/21f, /63-/64 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Baroness Scherr-Thoss and Austen Chamberlain mainly relating to allusions to Joseph Chamberlain for publication, including copies of 1898 correspondence of Joseph Chamberlain and [Henry] White [Secretary of Embassy at London, 1897-1905] relating to Canada, 1927-1928; /87-/89 Typescript correspondence of Henderson, Lloyd, and Austen Chamberlain relating to situation in Egypt, 1929; /95-/97 Manuscript and typescript correspondence between Lampson and Austen Chamberlain, relating to situation in China, 1929; /102 Typescript letter from MacKenzie King to Austen Chamberlain, relating to Chamberlain's illness and resigning office as Foreign Secretary, 1929; /122-/133 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including telegraphic correspondence and memoranda, of Gustav Stresemann, Kate Stresemann, Austen Chamberlain and others, relating to various topics, 1929
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/15a and /15b are in place of /15; /21a-/21f are in place of /21; /41a and /41b are in place of /41; /52a and /52b are in place of /52; /79a and /79b are in place of /79; /96a and /96b are in place of /96; /13 is a newspaper cutting


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