Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC3/11/1-17
TitleCorrespondence relating to visit by Joseph Chamberlain with his wife Mary to her parents in America, Aug-Sep 1896
Extent18 items
DescriptionUnofficial correspondence, arranged chronologically, from various individuals resident in America and Canada, including Government officials, containing expressions of support, invitations to address various organisations, and requests for Joseph Chamberlain's intervention and assistance in a variety of unofficial matters
Including /2 Letter from Lord Aberdeen [John Campbell Gordon, 7th Earl of Aberdeen: Governor-General of Canada, 1893-1898] expressing a desire to meet Joseph and Mary Chamberlain during their visit, Aug; /3 Letter from Marshall Owens [former resident of West Bromwich] relating to the murder of a former Birmingham inhabitant in New Jersey, Aug; /8 Letter from D. S. Chamberlain [Chamberlain Medicine Company] providing description of family background and possible links with the Chamberlains of Birmingham, Sep; /9 Letter from James Ray [Supreme Grand Master, Loyal Orange Institute, U. S. A.] welcoming Joseph Chamberlain and congratulating him on his Irish policy, Sep; /14 Letter from Gardiner G. Hubbard inviting Joseph Chamberlain to address the National Geographic Society [New York] during his visit, Sep; /15 Letter from Hugh Gough [3rd Viscount Gough: Sec of Embassy, Washington, 1894-1896] relating to the imprisonment of W. Viggers in Mexico, Sep
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