Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC23/6/1-44
TitleOfficial papers relating to International Economic Conference, Genoa, and Russia
Extent44 items
DescriptionPrinted, typescript and manuscript correspondence, notes, minutes, reports, memoranda and miscellanea; may contain copy correspondence, extracts, dictation and drafts; relating to International Economic Conference, Genoa, and Russia, 1922 Correspondents: David Lloyd George [1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1916-1922], [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy Council, 1923-1938], [Rt. Hon. Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)] Churchill [secretary of State for the Colonies until October 1922; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1924-1929], George Curzon [1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Leader of the House of Lords, 1916-1924; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919-1924; various other political offices], [Stanley Baldwin] Stanley Baldwin [First Earl Baldwin of Bewdley; President of Board of Trade, 1921-1922; Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1922-1923], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] and others
Includes: /1 Printed note from Russian Government; /4, /6, /18-/20, /22 Typescript and manuscript correspondence between LLoyd George and Chamberlain; /8, /23-/25, /27 Typescript memoranda relating to Genoa Conference and conclusions of Ministers, etc; /10-/14 Typescript letter and minutes from Hankey to Chamberlain relating to drafts of proposals, etc; /16 Typescript report on the Russian Trade Delegation and Revolutionary organisations in the United Kingdom; /21, /33-/36, /40-/41 Typescript and manuscript correspondence between Curzon and Chamberlain; /28 Typescript memorandum relating to trade, etc; /31, /42 Typescript notes of interview with Simon Eisenstein, General Manager of Marconi Co. in Russia; /39, /43-/44 Newspaper cuttings
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/42 is out of sequence; /39, /43, /44 are newspaper cuttings


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