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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC54/1-509
TitleMiscellaneous official correspondence and papers, 1923-1927
Extentapprox. 529 items
Date1923-1927
DescriptionMiscellaneous printed, typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; notes, memoranda, and miscellanea; mainly arranged alphabetically by surname; including copy correspondence, extracts, drafts [and dictation]; translations and correspondence in various languages; may contain envelopes; may contain personal papers; 1927
Correspondents: Adatci, Rt. Hon. Leopold Stennett Amery [First Lord of the Admiralty, 1922-1924; Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1924-1929; Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs, 1925-1929], Sir John Anderson, Stanley Baldwin [First Earl Baldwin of Bewdley; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1922-1923; Prime Minister 1923-1924, 1924-1929], [Arthur James] Balfour [1st Earl of Balfour; President of the Council, 1925-1929], Earl of Birkenhead, Briand, William Clive Bridgeman [1st Viscount Bridgeman of Leigh; Home Secretary, 1922-1924; First Lord of the Admiralty, 1924-1929], [Cafandaris], Cavan, Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, [H. W. S.] Chilcott] [MP], Viscount Chilston, [Rt. Hon. Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)] Churchill [Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1924-1929], [Balcarres], [Robert Offley Ashburton] Crewe[-Milnes] [1st Marquess of Crewe; HM Ambassador in Paris, 1922-1928], Sir Philip Cunliffe-Lister, Cushendun, A. C. Douglas, Eric Drummond, [E. Villegas], John Duckworth, de Fleuriau, Dean of Westminster, Baron [Georg] Franckenstein, Arthur John Bigge [1st Baron Stamfordham; Private Secretary to Queen Victoria, 1895-1901, and to Prince of Wales, 1901-1910], Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald (William) Graham [HBM Ambassador to Italy, 1921-1933], George [Rt. Hon. Sir George Dixon] Grahame [Ambassador to Belgium, 1920-1928], [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy
Council, 1923-1938], J. Bomley, Hayes, Rt. Hon. J[ohn] W[aller] Hills [Financial Secretary to Treasury, 1922-1923], Sir A. Hirtzel, Sir D. Hogg, [Thomas Hohler], Esme [William] Howard [1st Baron Howard of Penrith; Ambassador to Spain, 1919-1924; Ambassador to USA, 1924-1930], Sir Cecil Hurst, Viscount Inchcape, [Alderman Alfred Henry] James [Lord Mayor of Birmingham, 1926-1928], William Joynson Hicks [1st Viscount Brentford; Parliamentary Secretary, Overseas Trade Department, 1922-1923; Postmaster-General and Paymaster-General, 1923; Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1923; Minister of Health, 1923-1924; Home Secretary, 1924-1929], [Sir Howard William] Kennard [British Minister in Yugoslavia, 1925-1929], [Lt. Commander] J[oseph] M[ontague] Kenworthy [10th Baron of England Strabolgi; MP and various political offices], Miles [Wedderburn] Lampson [1st Baron Killearn; British Minister to China, 1926-1933], [Rt. Hon. Sir Francis (Oswald)] Lindley [Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at Athens, 1922-1923; at Oslo, 1923-1929], Rt. Hon. Sir Ronald (Charles) Lindsay [Under-Secretary (addl) at the Foreign Office, 1921-1924; HM Representative, Constantinople, 1924-1925; Ambassador, 1925-1926; British Ambassador at Berlin, 1926-1928], George Ambrose Lloyd [1st Baron Lloyd of Dolobran; MP; Governor of Bombay, 1918-1923; High Commissioner for Egypt and the Sudan, 1925-1929], Rt. Hon. Sir Percy (Lyham) Loraine [British Minister to Persia, 1921-1926; British Minister at Athens, 1926-1929], Lord Lovat, Mrs. Alfred [Dame Edith] Lyttelton, Maurice MacDonald, Ronald McNeil, K. Matsui, A. de Mello Franco, [HE The Marquis de] Merry del Val [Spanish Ambassador in London, 1913-1931], [Andre Michalopoulos] [Private Secretary to Eleutherios Venizelos, Prime Miniser of Greece, 1917and 1921-1924; Greek Delegation, Lausanne Peace Conference, 1922-1923], [Belgian Ambassador], Mussolini, Arthur Ponsonby, F. S. Oliver, Earl of Onslow, Ormsby-Gore, Lord Eustace Percy, [Rivera], Alfred [Gordon] Robbins [Member of the Editorial staff of 'The Times', 1908-1927 (Day Editor, 1920-1927)], [Rodd], Lawrence John Lumley Dundas [2nd Marquess of Zetland, Earl of Ronaldshay; Governor of Bengal, 1917-1922; various other political offices], [Rt. Hon.] Sir Horace [George Montagu] Rumbold [British High Commissioner and Ambassador at Constantinople, 1920-1924; British Ambassador, Madrid, 1924-1928], Salisbury, Viscount Sandon, [Sarait], [Sir Walford Harmood Montague] Selby [Principal Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1924-1932], Hugh F. Spender, Arthur Steel-Maitland, S. C. Talbot, Albert Thomas [International Labour Office, Geneva], [Rt. Hon. Sir] John [Anthony Cecil] Tilley [British Ambassador to Brazil, 1921-1925; to Japan, 1926-1931], William [George] Tyrrell [1st Baron Tyrrell of Avon; Assistant Under-Secretary, 1919-1925 and Permanent Under-Secretary of State at Foreign Office, 1925-1928], Dean of Christchurch, [Freeman Freeman-Thomas] Willingdon [1st Marquis of Willingdon; Governor of Madras, 1919-1924; Governor-General of Canada, 1926-1931], Leslie Wilson [Joint Parliamentary Secretary], Rt. Hon. Sir Laming Worthington-Evans [Secretary of State for War, 1921-1922 and 1924-1929; Postmaster-General, 1923-1924; Secretary for War, 1924-1929], Sir Edward Hilton-Young, Zaleski, Austen Chamberlain [mainly acting as Foreign Secretary] and others
Includes: /3-/23 Typescript correspondence of Amery and Chamberlain relating to Iraq, Russia, Turkey, League of Nations, Dominions, Disarmament, Milner Memorial [Alfred Milner] [1st Viscount Milner; various political offices], Portugal, etc, including /4 Typescript draft memorandum relating to admission of Iraq to League of Nations, and other memoranda, 1927; /60-[/96] Manuscript and typescript correspondence, including typescript copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Cecil and Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, Disarmament, Assembly Delegation, etc, including notes, 1927; /109-/144 Typescript correspondence, including typescript copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Crewe and Chamberlain relating to France, Germany, Inter-allied debts, Morocco, Disarmament, Balkans, etc, including /111 Newspaper cutting relating to Briand, 1927; /156a Newspaper cutting relating to Tangier; /158-/167 Typescript correspondence of Drummond and Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, etc, including /159 Typescript record of interview with Mussolini, /160 Typescript letter including extract from memorandum by Dufour, and /164 Typescript record of conversation with Titulesco, 1927; /186-/211 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including extracts, of Bigge [Stamfordham] and Chamberlain relating to China, Japan, Egypt, Willingdon's visit to Washington, Dominions, Russia and proposed visit of Grand Duke Nicholas to England, etc, 1927; /212-/230 Typescript correspondence, including copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Graham and Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, Italy, Balkans, etc, 1927; /256-/284 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Howard and Chamberlain relating to League of Nations, U. S. and visit of [James] Ramsay MacDonald [First Labour Prime Minister, 1924 and 1929-1931], Disarmament, visit of Prince of Wales to Canada and U. S., relations between England and the U. S., etc, including correspondence of Elihu Root and /259 Printed copy of 'Foreign Affairs An American Quarterly Review', special supplement to Vol. V, No. 2, article by John W. Davis, and /263a-/263n Newspaper cuttings from various American newspapers relating to China, 1927; /286-/295 Typescript and manuscript correspondence, including copies [and drafts] of telegraphic correspondence of Viscount Inchcape and Chamberlain relating to Suez Canal Board, Hong Kong, etc, 1927; /309-/326 Typescript correspondence of Lampson and Chamberlain relating to China, including manuscript note [by Tyrrell], etc, 1927; /332-/339 Typescript correspondence of Lindsay and Chamberlain relating to Germany, League of Nations, etc, 1927; /340-/367 Manuscript and typescript correspondence of Lloyd and Chamberlain relating to Egypt, etc, 1927; /370-/376 Typescript correspondence, including copies of telegraphic correspondence, of Loraine and Chamberlain, relating to Balkans, Greece, etc, 1927; /391 Bound copy of 'Brazil's Declaration of Principles', 1923; /413 Typescript memorandum relating to Rubber Exports Restriction, 1927; /429-/435 Typescript correspondence of Rumbold and Chamberlain relating to Spain, Morocco, etc, including /433 Newspaper cuttings relating to Riff War; /436-/445 Manuscript and typescript correspondence of Salisbury and Chamberlain relating to Disarmament, Egypt, etc, 1927; /459-/471 Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Tilley and Austen Chamberlain relating to Japan, etc, 1927; [/472]-[/487] Typescript and manuscript correspondence of Tyrrell and Chamberlain relating to Egypt, League of Nations, etc, 1927; /497 Newspaper cutting relating to Grenadiers' Band
LanguageEnglish
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/156a-/156c are in addition to /156; /263a-/263n are in addition to /263; /295a is in addition to /295; /335a is in addition to /335; /456a is in addition to /456; /215 was assigned to two different letters, one of which has now been re-assigned /214; /391 is stored separately; /111, /156a, /263a-/263n, /433, /497 are newspaper cuttings