Public and political: correspondence with Conservative and Unionist Central Office.

Reference code: CHAR 2/165

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Date: 1929

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CHAR 2/165/1 Letter from E J Moyle, press department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh asking for a list of WSC's public engagements in February. 17 Jan 1929
CHAR 2/165/2 Letter from Edward Marsh to E J Moyle listing WSC's public engagements in February. Carbon typescript copy. 04 Jan 1929
CHAR 2/165/3 Letter from Edward Marsh to E J Moyle stating that WSC has no public engagements in March. Carbon typescript copy. 18 Feb 1929
CHAR 2/165/4 Letter from E J Moyle, press department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh asking for a list of WSC's public engagements in March. 13 Feb 1929
CHAR 2/165/5 Letter from [?Josephine Cummins] to John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] giving the dates on which WSC could be available to make speeches in Liverpool or Bristol. Carbon typescript copy. 12 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/6 Letter from John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC asking him to give dates on which he could address at least four meetings during the general election campaign. 02 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/7 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Josephine Cummins acknowledging the dates on which WSC has said he will be able to address meetings during the general election campaign. 15 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/8 Letter from E J Moyle, press department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh asking for a list of WSC's public engagements in May. 18 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/9 Letter from Edward Marsh to E J Moyle listing WSC's public engagements in May. Carbon typescript copy. 19 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/10 Letter from George Godwin, secretary of the National Association of Conservative and Unionist Associations (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to [WSC] asking him to fill in CHAR 2/165/11 if he wishes to attend a meeting in the Royal Albert Hall to be addressed by [Stanley Baldwin, later Lord Baldwin]. Annotated: "you are speaking at Chingford". 19 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/11 Form for indicating the intention to attend a meeting at the Royal Albert Hall to be addressed by [Stanley Baldwin, later Lord Baldwin]. Sent with CHAR 2/165/10. [Apr] [1929]
CHAR 2/165/12 Note that Conservative central office have been informed that the film trade are supporting the Liberal candidate in WSC's constituency. [Apr] [1929]
CHAR 2/165/13 Notes by WSC and Edward Marsh on the desire of Conservative Central Office that WSC make a speech on film. Typescript and manuscript. Carbon copies at CHAR 2/165/14 and CHAR 2/165/15. 25 Apr 1929 - 29 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/14 Carbon copy of CHAR 2/165/13 without the annotations. 25 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/15 Carbon copy of CHAR 2/165/13 without the annotations. 25 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/16-17 Letter from [WSC] to John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] advising the publication of the Inter-Departmental Committee Report on David Lloyd-George's pamphlet and on the Melchet Report. Carbon typescript copy. 28 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/18 Letter from P K Wilson, films department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh enclosing CHAR 2/165/19. 16 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/19 Letter from F Browett, managing director of British Talking Pictures Ltd (Raglan Gardens, Wembley Park, Middlesex) to P K Wilson, films department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) asserting that exhibitors in Britain and the colonies will be happy to show a film of WSC making a non-political speech after the election. Copy sent with CHAR 2/165/18. 14 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/20 Letter from John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC thanking him for his note about [?James] Caird and promising not to lose sight of his name. 17 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/21 Note referring to CHAR 2/165/22-23: "this seems to have blown over for a time". 07 Aug 1928
CHAR 2/165/22-23 Letter from Sir Patrick Gower (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to James Grigg asking if a time and place can be fixed for WSC to make a speech on Phonofilm. 31 Jul 1928
CHAR 2/165/24 Letter from Sir Patrick Gower (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to James Grigg asking if a definite arrangement can be made for WSC to give a speech on Phonofilm. Annotated by WSC "this must stand over for the present". 30 Apr 1928
CHAR 2/165/25-26 Letter from W A Gales (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh reviewing the electoral history of Kent since 1885. 26 Apr 1929
CHAR 2/165/27 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh on the dates for speeches by WSC at West Fulham [London] and Liverpool. 04 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/28 Note of the dates for speeches by WSC at West Fulham [London] and Liverpool. [May] [1929]
CHAR 2/165/29 Letter from P K Wilson, films department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Edward Marsh enclosing CHAR 2/165/30, commenting on the loss of sound on WSC's filmed speech and hoping that he will agree to make another. 06 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/30 Letter from M R Fraser, studio manager of British Talking Pictures Ltd (Raglan Gardens, Wembley Park, Middlesex) to P K Wilson, films department, Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) asking for a second opportunity to film WSC making a speech because the results of the first attempt were technically unsatisfactory. Sent with CHAR 2/165/29. 06 May 1929
CHAR 2/165/31 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC asking whether he will address a meeting in Darlington [County Durham]. 30 Sep 1929
CHAR 2/165/32 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC asking whether he will address a meeting in Frome [Somerset]. 09 Oct 1929
CHAR 2/165/33 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to Patrick Buchan-Hepburn [later Lord Hailes] on meetings in Somerset and Darlington [County Durham] which it is hoped WSC will address. 16 Oct 1929
CHAR 2/165/34 Letter from [? Josephine Cummins] to Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, [London]) stating that WSC cannot give speeches in Somerset or Thornbury [Gloucestershire] and wishes to delay a decision on whether to accept an invitation to address a meeting in Darlington [County Durham]. Carbon typescript copy. 08 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/35 Letter from Frank Morrish (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC asking whether he can address a meeting in Hull [Yorkshire]. 08 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/36 Letter from W A Gales (Conservative and Unionist Central Office, Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC asking for his subscription as a vice president of the Home Counties Association of Conservative and Unionist Agents. 12 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/37 Letter from[? Josephine Cummins] to Frank Morrish ([Conservative and Unionist Central Office], Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) stating that WSC cannot yet give a definite answer to the invitation to speak at Hull [Yorkshire]. Carbon typescript copy. 13 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/38 Letter from [Patrick Buchan Hepburn, later Lord Hailes] to John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] stating that WSC does not feel able to speak at the bye-elections in Kilmarnock [Ayrshire, Scotland] and Tamworth [Staffordshire]. Carbon typescript copy. 18 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/39 Letter from John Davidson [later Lord Davidson] (Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC passing on requests that he speak at the Kilmarnock [Ayrshire, Scotland] and Tamworth [Staffordshire] bye-elections. 14 Nov 1929
CHAR 2/165/40 Letter from Sir Patrick Gower (Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) to WSC enclosing a memorandum on the situation in Egypt [not present]. 23 Dec 1929
CHAR 2/165/41 Letter from [? Josephine Cummins] to Sir Patrick Gower (Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Palace Chambers, Westminster, [London]) thanking him for a memorandum on the situation in Egypt and returning it. Carbon typescript copy. 26 Dec 1929