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Correspondents include: C M Campbell [Assistant Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for War, from 1944 known as Mrs C M Charlton] (7); Sir James Hawkey [Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association and Mayor of Wanstead and Woodford] (9); E A Baker [secretary at Ministry of Food] (6); Sir Robert Renwick on opposition to the Minister of Supply [Leslie Burgin], including a memorandum on the Ministry of Supply (1939) and on the French process of aluminium production.
Other subjects include: trains from King's Cross station; ARP warden duties; food retail licensing; bomb damage repair; bedding distribution; apathy in the shipbuilding industry; local rocket attacks.
Also includes: a letter from WSC to Sir James Hawkey paying tribute to him and to Epping; 3 pamphlets on the Education Bill (1944) by Dr F H Hayward.
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