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25 CHAR 2/17/100-102 Part of a letter from WSC (Blenheim Palace) to [James Southern] on the disfranchisement in local elections of limited liability companies and on other electoral reform issues. 2 drafts, one in the hand of Annette Anning, the other in the hand of WSC. For 2 more complete copies of this letter, see CHAR 2/17/105-109 below. [Sep 1904]
25 CHAR 2/17/103 Letter from James W Southern (Beechwood, Marple, [Lancashire]) to WSC (House of Commons) complaining of the disfranchisement in local elections of limited liability companies. 21 Jun 1904
25 CHAR 2/17/105-109 Letter from WSC (105 Mount Street and Blenheim Palace) to James Southern on the disfranchisement in local elections of limited liability companies and on other electoral reform issues. 2 drafts, both in the hand of Annette Anning, one copy sent to Sir George Herbert Murray. 23 Sep 1904
25 CHAR 2/18/10-11 Letter from Sir George Murray (Treasury Chambers, Whitehall, [London]) to WSC describing the difficulties of remedying the disfranchisement of limited companies in local elections. 25 Aug 1904
25 CHAR 2/18/13 Letter from Sir George Murray (Penrhos, Holyhead, [Anglesey, Wales]) to WSC giving further thoughts on the difficulties of remedying the disfranchisement of limited companies in local elections. 08 Sep 1904
25 CHAR 2/20/115 Letter from 2nd Lord Tweedmouth (? Castle, Kelso, [Roxburghshire, Scotland]) to WSC on WSC's Scottish tour. Believes the Government has recently become stronger and refers to the Dogger Bank convention, the Scottish Church quarrel, a redistribution bill reducing Irish representation and the summoning of a new Colonial Conference. 27 Nov 1904
25 CHAR 2/27/28 Letter from Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (Hotel Klinger, Marienbad, [Germany, later Marianske Lazne, Czechoslovakia]) to WSC on the by-election in the Cockermouth Division of Cumberland and the need for reform of the electoral and registration systems. Passes on the King's warning not to be too communicative with the Kaiser. 25 Aug 1906
25 CHAR 2/31/3 Leaflets issued by the Liberal Publication Department, covering the budget of 1907, land reform and small holdings, registration of voters and Conservative proposals for Tariff Reform and the abolition of income tax. 6 items. 1907
25 CHAR 2/34/46 Letter from Eliot Crawshay-Williams (14a Ashley Gardens, [London]) to WSC thanking him for his help whilst they were together at the Colonial Office and announcing his intention of seeking out a parliamentary constituency. Congratulates WSC on his victory in Dundee [Scotland] and urges him to get the Governmnent to take up the alternative vote in order to avoid "a catastrophe" at the next General Election. 13 May 1908
25 CHAR 2/39/31 Letter from Lady Dorothy Howard (1 Palace Green, Kensington, [London]) to WSC asking whether it is true that he will not vote for the Reform and Suffrage Bill. 14 Mar 1909
25 CHAR 2/39/107-109 Letter from Lady Dorothy Howard (Naworth Castle, Carlisle, [Cumberland]) to WSC complaining that the campaigning for women's suffrage by the Women's Liberal Federation is being hampered by party leaders instructing candidates to shun the issue. Asks WSC to help remedy the situation. 07 Nov 1909
25 CHAR 2/42/29-31 Report of the answers given by Liberal back-benchers to questions put by the editor of the Daily Chronicle about whether they would support measures for the payment of MPs and of official election expenses, for the reversal of the Osborne Judgement as advocated by the Trades Union Congress, and for the restoration to Trade Unions of most of the powers they exercised before the Osborne Judgement. [1910]
25 CHAR 2/46/116 Letter from Frank Rutter (26 Leamington Street, Manningham, Bradford, [Yorkshire]) to WSC asking him to withdraw his implication that Rutter was paid to create a disturbance in favour of women's suffrage at a meeting being addressed by WSC in Bradford. 28 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/1 Letter from Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]) to WSC enclosing copies of documents issued by the Committee [see CHAR 2/47/2-8] and asking WSC for his general support. Mentions other leading politicians who have also been approached. 13 Apr [1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/2 Letter to MPs from the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage explaining that the Committee have agreed that the extension of the women's municipal register to parliamentary elections can form the basis for a settlement of the issue and asking for support for their draft declaration [see CHAR 2/47/3-5]. Annotated typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/47/1. [Apr 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/3-5 Draft declaration by the Conciliation Commitee for Woman Suffrage advocating the extension of the women's municipal register to parliamentary elections as a measure on which all supporters of women's suffrage can agree. Typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/47/1. [Apr 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/6-8 Note addressed to Liberals by the Conciliation Commitee for Woman Suffrage recommending the introduction of a Private Member's Bill for the extension of the women's municipal register to parliamentary elections as a first step to the general enfranchisement of women. Typesript annotated and signed by Henry Brailsford, honorary secretary of the Committee. Sent with CHAR 2/47/1. [Apr 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/9-10 Letter from Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]) to WSC enlosing a proof of the circular which the Committee intends to send to MPs [see CHAR 2/47/12] and pointing out that some advocates of adult suffrage have declared their support for its aims. Describes how the Committee's compromise was arrived at and urges the Government to set aside the two days necessary for its passage through the House of Commons, warning that the alternative will be the renewal of "the old bitter struggle". Asks for advice on how the Government should be approached. 15 Apr [1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/12 Proof of a circular from the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage to MPs advocating the introduction of a Private Member's Bill for the extension of the women's municipal register to parliamentary elections. Printed. With annotations which have been incorporated in CHAR 2/47/13. [Apr 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/13 Circular from the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage to MPs advocating the introduction of a Private Member's Bill for the extension of the women's municipal register to parliamentary elections. Printed. With annotations. Incorporates the amendments noted on CHAR 2/47/12. [Apr 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/14 Letter from Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] to WSC thanking him for giving his support to the Committee. 21 Apr [1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/15 Letter from 2nd Lord Lytton (Knebworth House, Knebworth, [Hertfordshire]) to WSC on: his sadness [over WSC's attitude to the bill sponsored by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage]; his own personal commmitment [to women's suffrage]; his struggle to achieve cross-party consensus on the issue and his desire that the current opportunity to pass a measure should not be missed. 06 Jun 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/17 A bill to extend the parliamentary franchise to women occupiers. 14 Jun 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/18 Cutting from the Daily Telegraph: claim by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage that WSC has pledged to vote in favour of their bill. [Jun 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/19 The "Conciliation" Bill: is it democratic? An article by Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] reprinted, with additions, from the Daily Chronicle. Sent with CHAR 2/47/22. [Jun 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/20-21 Telegram from Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]) to WSC (Home Office) asking for advice about the scheduling of the second reading of the bill being promoted by the Committee. 21 Jun 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/22 Letter from Henry Brailsford, honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]), to WSC noting that both the supporters of adult suffrage like David Lloyd George and opponents of it are against the bill being promoted by the Committee and hoping that men like WSC and [Augustine] Birrell who want a moderate solution will say so. Believes it is vital for the Bill to be sent to a Grand Committee and cites relevant precedents. Encloses an article by him answering the argument that the Bill is not democratic [see CHAR 2/47/19]. 08 Jul [1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/23 Letter from Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]) to WSC accusing him of treachery as a result of his opposition to the bill being promoted by the Committee. 12 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/24-25 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] rejecting Brailsford's charge of treachery arising from his opposition to the bill being promoted by the Committee. Copy. [12 Jul 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/26-28 Letter from Henry Brailsford, honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage, (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]) to WSC rejecting WSC's assertion that he was not consulted about the bill being promoted by the Committee and repeating his complaint that WSC welcomed the formation of the Committee and yet vehemently opposed the bill it was formed to promote. 13 Jul [1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/33-34 Letter from [WSC] to 2nd Lord Lytton refuting Lytton's assertion that he (WSC) was consulted in the framing of the bill promoted by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage and was therefore unjustified in calling it one- sided and undemocratic. Draft in WSC's hand. Typescript final version at CHAR 2/47/29-32, CHAR 2/47/54-57, and CHAR 2/47/58-60. [14 Jul 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/35 Note [by WSC ?on the militant campaigners for women's suffrage]: "no one can be their friend who is not their slave: and those who are their most servile slaves are their [most] futile friends.". [Jul 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/36 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to 2nd Lord [Lytton] refuting what he sees as Lytton's misrepresentation of his attitude and conduct with regard to the bill promoted by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage. Draft in WSC's hand. 15 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/37-53 Memorandum by [WSC] giving a full account of his attitude and conduct with regard to the bill promoted by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage and answering Lord Lytton's charges that he had acted in bad faith. Typescript. Headed: "not for publication.". 19 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/61 Letter from WSC (Home Office) to Henry Brailsford [honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage] agreeing to be quoted as welcoming the formation of the Committee and favouring the solution of the question of women's suffrage on non-party lines but expressing the wish not to be committed to a specific measure. Typescript copy. Another copy of this letter was enclosed with the original of CHAR 2/47/58-60. 19 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/62 Statement by 2nd Lord Lytton attacking WSC for voting against the bill promoted by the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage having [allegedly] earlier declared his support for it. Typescript. Another copy of this statement was enclosed with the original of CHAR 2/47/58-60. [Jul 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/63 Note to [WSC] from "GW" referring to a letter from Christabel Pankhurst of October 1909 quoting WSC as saying that he thought the campaign for women's suffrage had become a large general movement. Typescript addressed and initialled in manuscript. 13 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/64 6 Jan 1910 15 Jan 1910 Cuttings from the Dundee Advertiser [Angus, Scotland]: remarks and speeches by WSC in Dundee [Angus, Scotland] on women's suffrage and old age pensions. With covering note. 8 pieces. 19 Oct 1909 - 15 Jan 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/65-69 Letter from 2nd Lord Lytton (Knebworth House, Knebworth, [Hertfordshire]) to [WSC] giving an account of WSC's dealings with the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage to justify his belief that the Committee had a right to expect WSC to support the bill it was promoting. Signed typescript. 15 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/70-71 Letter from Henry Brailsford, honorary secretary of the Conciliation Committee for Woman Suffrage (32 Well Walk, Hampstead, [London]), to 2nd Lord Lytton giving an account of his communications with WSC about the bill being promoted by the Committee to justify the attack on WSC for not having supported it in the House of Commons. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/47/65. 15 Jul 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/72 Letter from Walter Jerred to Edward Marsh enclosing and commenting on a memorandum by him on a possible scheme of women's suffrage [see CHAR 2/47/73-80]. Annotated by WSC that the figure for the number of professional women is useful and important. 19 Aug 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/73-80 Memorandum [by Walter Jerred] on the addition to the electorate which would result from a scheme to extend the franchise to women over 25 years of age who have either brought up two or more children, have university or professional qualifications, or are serving on local authorities. Partly based on census figures from New South Wales [Australia] and New Zealand. Typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/47/72. [Aug 1910]
25 CHAR 2/47/81-82 Letter from Walter McLaren (House of Commons) to WSC urging that the Prime Minister [Herbert Asquith, later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith] should pledge that facilities for the discussion of a women's suffrage bill will be granted for the next session. Signed typescript. Annotated that WSC will carefully consider the matter. 16 Nov 1910
25 CHAR 2/47/83 Memorandum from Charles Masterman [Under- Secretary of State at the Home Office] to [WSC] on the opinion of the legal adviser to the Local Government Board on letting property in order to enfranchise women occupiers. [1910]
25 CHAR 2/53/92 Notes [whilst in Cabinet] by [WSC, David Lloyd George and Sir Edward Grey] on WSC's suggested voting qualifications for women. [c 1910]
25 CHAR 2/56/28 Letter from Henry Comyns (Local Government Board) to Edward Marsh enclosing an estimate [see CHAR 2/57/93-94] by the General Register Office of the number of persons aged 25 and over on the parliamentary electoral register for England and Wales. Signed typescript. Annotated with letter from WSC to Sir Edward Grey [later Lord Grey of Fallodon] asserting that the estimate shows that the restriction of the franchise to those aged 25 and over "wd not be a violent reduction, but a perfectly reasonable improvement of our representation.". 05 Feb 1912
25 CHAR 2/57/93-94 Letter from A C Waters (General Register Office, Somerset House) to Henry Comyns [Local Government Board] giving tentative estimates of the numbers of electors in England and Wales who are under and over 25 years of age. Typescript copy. Sent with CHAR 2/56/28. [Feb 1912]
25 CHAR 2/57/95 Written reply by John Burns, President of the Local Government Board, to a parliamentary question on the estimated figures of the male and female population at the ages of 25 and 21 years. Printed. Affixed on Local Government Board paper. 15 Dec 1911
25 CHAR 2/126/107-111 Letter from Lady Violet Bonham-Carter [earlier Violet Asquith and Violet, Lady Bonham Carter, later Lady Asquith of Yarnbury] (The Wharf, Sutton Courtney, Berkshire) to WSC on: the danger of a reaction towards Labour if the Liberals moved closer to the Tories, which is what Labour would like to happen; the grave difficulties James Ramsay Macdonald would have with his own supporters if he got into office; Herbert Asquith's belief that it is not in any party's interests to go into office at the moment; Bonham-Carter's belief that the second ballot, proportional representation and the alternative vote would ruin the Liberals. [24] [Dec] 1923
25 CHAR 2/158/96-97 Home Office memorandum on accelerating the preparation of the electoral register. [Aug] [1928]
25 CHAR 2/164/133 Letter from Sir Archibald Sinclair [later Lord Thurso] (Thurso Castle, Thurso, [Caithness, Scotland] to WSC arguing that the Labour Party will remain united in government unless electoral reform is introduced to reinfranchise Liberal voters, which will strengthen the position of moderate Socialists and cause them to split from their extremist colleagues. 04 Jun 1929
25 CHAR 2/166/55 Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on electoral reform and the three party system. 1929
25 CHAR 2/170/111-112 Memorandum by [Sir Samuel Hoare, later Lord Templewood] to the Conservative Business Committee on the Conservative delegation's attitude in the recent conference on electoral reform. [23 May] [1930]
25 CHAR 2/170/114-120 Memorandum by [Sir Samuel Hoare, later Lord Templewood] to the Conservative Business Committee on the recent conference on electoral reform, including the proposals of Sir Herbert Samuel [later Lord Samuel] and those of the Labour Party. [29] [May] [1930]
25 CHAR 2/192/114-117 Memorandum Sir Henry Lawrence criticising the Lothian Report on the Indian franchise and recommending a system of indirect election proposed by the Indian Committee of the Royal Empire Society. 27 Mar 1933
25 CHAR 2/335 Public and Political: General: Various Papers. Jul 1937 - May 1939
25 CHAR 2/594 Public and Political: General: correspondence and papers on electoral reform. Jan 1934 - Jun 1935
25 CHAR 2/602A-B Public and Political: General: correspondence from the general public on the Munich Crisis, Germany and Czechoslovakia; mostly supporting WSC's stance, some offering their services. Sep 1938 - Oct 1938
25 CHAR 7/46 Political: Constituency, Epping [Essex]: correspondence H. Jan 1938 - Dec 1938
25 CHAR 8/519 Literary: Articles: Daily Mail. Mar 1935 - Nov 1935
25 CHAR 9/94A-B Speeches: House of Commons: Speech notes, typescript and source material. 15 Apr 1931 - 18 Nov 1931
25 CHAR 9/125 Speeches: speech notes and source material. 18 Feb 1937 - 25 May 1937
25 CHAR 12/2/30 Letter from Sir Arthur Thring (Office of the Parliamentary Counsel) to WSC concerning the differences between the "Polls on one day" provision brought in by the Liberal government in 1895 and the [Parliamentary] bill introduced in the current parliamentary session. Signed manuscript. 08 Apr 1910
25 CHAR 12/2/55 Note from [Sir Edward Troup, Permanent Under Secretary of State, Home Office] to WSC enclosing notes on the principles of political franchise and suggestions for the enfranchisement of women [see CHAR 12/2/56-59]. Manuscript signed with initials, annotated by WSC "Put by among my private papers: but keep handy" (25 August). 17 Jul 1910 - 25 Aug 1910
25 CHAR 12/2/56-59 Notes from [Sir Edward Troup, Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Home Office to WSC] on the principles of political franchise including the following suggestions for categories of women suitable for enfranchisement: those with certain educational qualifications; those who have served a local authority for at least three years; or those with a property qualification who have raised two or three children (who are "neither mentally defective, criminal, nor pauper"). These suggestions are recommended as democratic and because they would not enfranchise large numbers of women. Manuscript signed with initials. Covering letter at CHAR 12/2/55. [17] [Jul] [1910]
25 CHAR 12/9/53 Letter from Augustine Birrell (Irish Office, Old Queen Street [London]) to WSC concerning the prosecution of two women [suffragettes] who attacked him in November [1910]. He says that he does not wish them to be prosecuted in view of the publicity which a public trial would attract. Signed manuscript. See CHAR 12/9/52. 21 Feb 1911
25 CHAR 18/45A-B Official: Treasury: WSC's minutes. 19 Jan 1927 - 30 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 18/64/3-13 Copy of a letter from WSC to Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister, marked "secret and personal" on the need to "dominate events lest we be submerged by them", reflecting on achievements of the government but predicting bleak prospects for the next year as the government has not been successful, his own efforts to reduce expenditure have failed, the Factory and Poor Law Bills and Franchise will not support them, and advising that a constructive measure is needed. He seeks Baldwin's support for saving £15 million expenditure, £10 million to be saved from the Royal Navy, £15 million by taxing petrol and suggests that £30 million should be used to reduce the rates. He ends by asking Baldwin about the franchise, urging an open vote on the issue of 25 and 21 [a reference to voting age]. 06 Jun 1927
25 CHAR 20/54B/127-128 Letter from WSC to Sir Percy Harris [Deputy Leader, Liberal Parliamentary Party] rejecting his suggestion to hold a Speaker's Conference as in 1917 and on the work of the committee considering electoral reform. 08 Oct 1942
25 CHAR 20/54B/129 Letter from WSC to George Rickards on the Committee considering reform of electoral registration. 08 Oct 1942
25 CHAR 21/17 Official: Cabinet: Reform of Parliament: notes and prints. 01 Oct 1909 - 31 Aug 1911
25 CHAR 21/34 Official: Cabinet: Franchise bill and the military vote. Jun 1912 - Mar 1913
25 CHAR 22/31 Official: Cabinet: papers 101 - 139. 10 Jan 1923 - 05 Mar 1925
25 CHAR 22/39 Official: Cabinet: papers 301 - 329. 20 Jun 1925 - 11 Jul 1925
25 CHAR 22/151 Official: Cabinet: notes and correspondence. 1927
25 CHAR 22/155 Official: Cabinet: papers 51 to 80. Feb 1927
25 CHAR 22/155/119 "The Franchise Question: Memorandum by the Chancellor of the Exchequer" 08 Mar 1927
25 CHAR 22/156 Official: Cabinet: papers 81 to 100. Feb 1927 - Mar 1927
25 CHAR 22/162 Official: Cabinet: papers 221 to 245. Aug 1927 - Oct 1927
25 CHAR 22/183 Official: Cabinet: Franchise. 24 Apr 1927 - 07 Nov 1927
25 CHAR 22/191 Official: Cabinet: papers 1 to 25. 12 Jan 1928 - 01 Feb 1928
25 CHAR 22/193 Official: Cabinet: papers 51 to 79. 16 Feb 1928 - 12 Mar 1928
25 CHUR 2/56A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence O-P. Nov 1946 - Nov 1947
25 CHUR 2/64 Public and Political: General: Political: correspondence on relations with the Liberal Party. Mar 1947 - Oct 1951
25 CHUR 2/70A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence P-R. Jan 1948 - Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/81A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence C-D. Dec 1948 - Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/84A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence M-Q. Jan 1949 - Dec 1949
25 CHUR 2/95A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence C-D. Aug 1949 - Dec 1950
25 CHUR 2/96A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence E-F (almost all material dates from 1950). Nov 1946 - Dec 1950
25 CHUR 2/98 Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence H-J. Nov 1949 - Dec 1950
25 CHUR 2/101A-B Public and Political: General: Political; Correspondence S. Jan 1950 - Dec 1950
25 CHUR 2/130A-B Public and Political: General: Political: Correspondence P - S. 13 May 1950 - 17 Feb 1959
25 CHUR 2/168A-B Public and Political: General: Private and Personal: Correspondence C - D. 25 Dec 1946 - 22 Oct 1951
25 CHUR 3/42 Political: Constituency: Woodford [Essex]: correspondence with or on behalf of constituents, A-H. Jan 1948 - May 1948
25 CHUR 4/73 Literary: Electoral reform: proofs [for an unpublished book] (reprints of WSC articles and speeches by the Chiswick Press). [1945] - [1950]
25 CHUR 4/411 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": book 10 [eventually entitled "Recovery and Reform" and included in volume 4, "The Great Democracies"]: various pre-war proofs. [1938] - [1945]
25 CHUR 4/415A-E Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volumes 1-4, "From Earliest Years to 1485", "1485-1688, The Tudors and Stuarts", "Confronting the French, 1689-1815", and "The Nineteenth Century" [eventually entitled "The Birth of Britain", "The New World", "The Age of Revolution", and "The Great Democracies"]: superseded version (pre-war and post-war proofs). [1938] - 1955
25 CHUR 4/427A-B Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volumes 3 and 4 [eventually entitled "The Age of Revolution" and "The Great Democracies"]: main pre-war revise. [1938] - [1945]
25 CHUR 4/428A-C Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volumes 3 and 4 [eventually entitled "The Age of Revolution" and "The Great Democracies"]: "New Discovery": spare proofs. [1938] - [1955]
25 CHUR 4/435 Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": book 10 [eventually entitled "Recovery and Reform" and included in volume 4, "The Great Democracies"]: first post-war revises [including some pre-war proofs]. [1938] - Sep 1955
25 CHUR 4/436A-B Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": book 10, "Recovery and Reform" [eventually included in volume 4, "The Great Democracies"]: various post-war revises. Nov 1954 - Jan 1957
25 CHUR 4/439A-B Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volume 4, "The Great Democracies": final proofs. Jan 1957
25 CHUR 4/441A-D Literary: "A History of the English-Speaking Peoples": volumes 1 to 4, "The Birth of Britain", "The New World", "The Age of Revolution", and "The Great Democracies": page proofs. 1955 - 1958
25 CHUR 5/14A-F Speeches: speech notes. 10 Sept 1947 - 28 Oct 1947
25 CHUR 5/16A-D Speeches: speech notes. Jul 1944 - 16 Feb 1948
25 CHUR 5/17A-G Speeches: speech notes. 22 Oct 1945 - 26 Apr 1948
25 CHUR 5/19A-C Speeches: speech notes. 12 Jun 1948 - 28 Jun 1948
25 CHUR 5/33A-C Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material. 27 Feb 1950 - 28 Mar 1950
25 CHUR 5/45A-C Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material. 06 Nov 1951 - 22 Dec 1951
25 CHUR 5/56A-B Speeches: House of Commons and Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material. 09 Oct 1954 - 08 Dec 1954
25 CHUR 5/58A-C Speeches: Non-House of Commons: Speech notes and source material. 06 Oct 1951 - 09 Oct 1955
25 CHUR 6/6A-C Official: Prime Minister: copies of WSC's correspondence. 14 Oct 1954 - 07 Apr 1955

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