Personal: Clementine S Churchill: Correspondence.

Reference code: CHAR 1/179

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Date: 08 Jan 1925 - 31 Oct 1927

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Includes letters from CSC to WSC.

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CHAR 1/179/1-4 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his visit to France for a financial conference, and on her visit to Harlow, Essex, for a constituency dance, also on the move from 2 Sussex Square to Downing Street Part Pub. CV V, Part 1, pp.355-356. 08 Jan [1925]
CHAR 1/179/5-7 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, with account of meeting with Lord Curzon. [Mar 1925]
CHAR 1/179/8-9 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, also advising him to stand up to Lord Beatty over the Naval Estimates. 11 Mar 1925
CHAR 1/179/10-12 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, account of meeting with Gabriel Hamotaux, and commenting on French politics. [Mar 1925]
CHAR 1/179/13-14 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, particularly her health, following an attack of ptomaine poisoning. 14 [Mar 1925]
CHAR 1/179/15-16 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, particularly commenting on the Royal family of Monaco. 17 Mar 1925
CHAR 1/179/17-19 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of letting Chartwell for the summer, and on their own holiday plans Part pub. CSC, p.226. 26 [Mar 1925]
CHAR 1/179/20 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the death of Lady Blanche Hozier. [Mar 1925]
CHAR 1/179/21-22 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the estate of Lady Blanche Hozier. 30 Mar 1925
CHAR 1/179/23-24 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze. 02 Feb 1926
CHAR 1/179/25 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, with account of lunch with Lord and Lady Wester-Wemyss. 04 Feb 1926
CHAR 1/179/26-27 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze Part pub. CV V, Part 1, pp. 644-645. 07 Feb 1926
CHAR 1/179/28-29 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay with Jacques and Consuelo Balsan at Lou Sueil, Eze, commenting on interview given by Ramsay Macdonald to a French newspaper, also on letter from Philip Tilden and the possibility of a "Battle of the Architects" on the lawn at Chartwell. 08 Feb 1926
CHAR 1/179/30-33 Letter from CSC to WSC, enclosing postcard of frieze in the Forum in Rome, showing a scene from Roman history, in which the Emperor decided to abolish all taxation for one year. 21 [Mar 1926]
CHAR 1/179/34-39 Letter from CSC to WSC, on motor accident involving Ivo Grenfell, also account of CSC and Diana Churchill's visit to Mont St Michel. 27 [Sep 1926]
CHAR 1/179/40-42 Letter from CSC to WSC, on stay at Dinard. 30 Sep [1926]
CHAR 1/179/43 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his meeting with Officers of the Mining Association, and on her stay in Scotland. 08 Sep [1926]
CHAR 1/179/44 Letter from CSC to WSC, commenting on the coal dispute. 09 Sep 1926
CHAR 1/179/45-47 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the coal dispute, also on WSC's meeting with Lord Beaverbrook and Beaverbrook's relationship with Jean Norton Part pub. CV V, Part 1, pp.823-824. 10 Sep [1926]
CHAR 1/179/48 Note from CSC to WSC, on the need to get the sheep into the orchard at Chartwell as soon as possible, asking if WSC could spare 2-3 of his "lake men" to help with the work. [1926]
CHAR 1/179/49 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the coal dispute, passing on the views of Lord Ancaster, who felt that "mediation was a mistake". [Sep 1926]
CHAR 1/179/50-51 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her visit to Florence. 23 Oct [1927]
CHAR 1/179/52-53 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the success of his speeches, and on her holiday in Florence, including account of large Fascist rally addressed by Volpi, commenting on Italian politics and on the popularity of Mussolini. 31 Oct [1927]