Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)ACLAdd/133
TitleLetter from Austen Chamberlain to Max [Beaverbrook]
Extent1 item
DescriptionLetter written from 2 Morpeth Mansions London, S. W. 1 on 8 February 1924 asking if he is the literary executor for Bonar Law. He says he has a certain number of his letters, and he would like them to be looked out and sent to Bonar Law's representative to be copied. He then refers to an incident in the past when Max asked him about the excavation of Gallipoli, and says that he 'had simply supported the recommendations of the Cabinet Committee'. He states that he had written a letter to Bonar Law on the subject but he could not find a copy . He thinks that the family of Bonar Law will soon be considering a biography .Accompanied by a typed and corrected transcript.
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