Personal: Clementine S Churchill: Correspondence.

Reference code: CHAR 1/139

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Date: 23 Jan 1921 - 29 [Dec] 1921

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Includes letters from CSC to WSC.

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CHAR 1/139/1-2 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her stay in Cannes. 23 Jan 1921
CHAR 1/139/3-8 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his appointment as Colonial Secretary, gambling at Monte Carlo, and the improvement in the family finances thanks to his inheritance of the Garron Tower estate Part pub. CSC p.196. 07 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/9 Letter from Lady Lugard to CSC, on WSC's appointment as Colonial Secretary. 30 Jan 1921
CHAR 1/139/10 Letter from CSC to WSC, sending letter from Lady Lugard on WSC's appointment as Colonial Secretary, and on the improvement in the family finances Part pub. CSC p.196. 08 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/11-13 Letter from CSC to WSC, on meeting with Wilfrid Ashley, and conversation on the situation in Ireland. 09 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/14-15 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the sale of Lady Randolph Churchill's house in Berkeley Square, and on building work at 2 Sussex Square. 10 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/16-22 Letter from CSC to WSC, on WSC's inheritance of the Garron Tower estate, Lady Blanche Hozier's finances, CSC's dislike of proportional representation, her meeting with J L Garvin, and her new system for success at roulette Part pub. CSC p.198. 13 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/23-26 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possible reproduction of some of his pictures in the Strand Magazine with articles by WSC on painting Part pub. CSC p.197. 10 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/27-32 Letter from CSC to WSC, on meeting with Colonel J B Maclean, a Canadian newspaper magnate, and one of WSC's principal opponents in Canada, with account of Lord Birkenhead's disastrous visit to the United States and Canada during the War, also on the situation in Ireland, and the possibility of WSC visiting France on his way to Egypt in March. 18 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/33 Letter from General Sir Ian Hamilton to CSC, on Colonel J B Maclean, and the political situation in Canada. [Feb 1921]
CHAR 1/139/34 Telegram from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of her joining his visit to Egypt and Palestine. 20 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/35-39 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his inheritance of the Garron Tower estate, on the citing of WSC's detective, Hunter, in a divorce case, and on meeting with Sir John and Lady Lavery and Philip Kerr (later Lord Lothian) at Cap d'Ail Part pub. CSC pp.196 and 198. 21 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/40-46 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his statement in the House of Commons on Mesopotamia, the political situation in Ireland, and on family finances. 24 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/47-51 Letter from CSC to WSC, on his visit to Egypt, on her success in the Beaulieu tennis tournament, in which she partnered Sir Charles Lyle MP, and on her meetings with Sir Ernest Cassel and Lord Chaplin. 25 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/52-53 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her success in the ladies doubles in the Beaulieu tennis tournament. 26 Feb 1921
CHAR 1/139/54-55 Letter from CSC to WSC, on family holiday at Menabilly, Cornwall. 07 Jul 1921
CHAR 1/139/56-57 Letter from CSC to WSC, on holiday plans for August. 08 Jul [1921]
CHAR 1/139/58-60 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of buying a country house. 10 Jul [1921]
CHAR 1/139/61 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her correspondence with Colonel J B Maclean. 10 Jul [1921]
CHAR 1/139/62-64 Letter from CSC to WSC on his visit to see "Peelings", an estate owned by the Duke of Devonshire, suggesting the purchase of a house, rather than an estate or farm Part pub. CSC p.217. 11 Jul 1921
CHAR 1/139/65-66 Letter from CSC to WSC on her stay with the Duke of Westminster at Eaton Hall, and on the death of WSC's valet, Thomas Walden. 09 [Aug 1921]
CHAR 1/139/67-69 Letter from CSC to WSC on her stay with the Duke of Westminster at Eaton Hall. 11 Aug 1921
CHAR 1/139/70-71 Letter from CSC to WSC, asking him to help her cousin, Honor Golijewski, who was married to a White Russian refugee living in England. 18 Aug 1921
CHAR 1/139/72-74 Letter from CSC to WSC, sending letter and sketches by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and advising him to insure his new Rolls Royce "before you ever get into it". 18 Aug [1921]
CHAR 1/139/75-77 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the death of Sir Ernest Cassel, and on her visit, with the children to Marigold Churchill's grave Part pub. CSC p.202. 22 Sep 1921
CHAR 1/139/78-84 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the death of her brother, William Hozier Part pub. CSC p.199. [17 Apr 1921]
CHAR 1/139/85-92 Letter from CSC to WSC, on her first visit to Chartwell Part pub. CSC p.218. [Jul 1921]
CHAR 1/139/93-106 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the progress of an influenza epidemic at 2 Sussex Square Part pub. CSC p.203. 27 Dec 1921
CHAR 1/139/107-110 Letter from CSC to WSC, on the progress of an influenza epidemic at 2 Sussex Square Part pub. CSC p.203. 29 Dec 1921