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Correspondents include: 2nd Lord Selborne [earlier Lord Wolmer]; George Pilcher; Kenneth Henderson (2); William Horwood [Commissioner, Metropolitan Police]; Geoffrey Dawson [Editor of the Times], on commandeering newsprint; Edward Cadbury [Director of Daily News Limited,]; 1st Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Sir Max Aitken, owner of the Daily Express] on donating newsprint (2); 1st Lord Grey [of Fallodon] on the coal dispute; a copy of the Daily Mail's report on Grigory Zinoviev [President of the Executive Committee of the Communist International]'s speech on the General Strike; Sir Andrew Caird [Managing Director of the Daily Mail] (2); Sir William Mitchell-Thomson [later 1st Lord Selsdon, Chief Civil Commissioner]; John Davidson [Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty]; H A Gwynne [Editor, Morning Post]; 1st Lord Burnham [earlier Harry Lawson, owner of the Daily Telegraph]; Sir Malcolm Fraser [Editor, Evening Standard, and Government representative on the British Gazette] (2); 2nd Lord Hambleden [earlier William Smith, partner, W H Smith and Son]; J L Garvin [Editor, the Observer]; Arthur Acland; William Codling [Controller, HM Stationery Office] (4); Eleanor Long [wife of Sydney Long, Director of London Express Newspapers] (4).
Also includes: the profit and loss account of the British Gazette.
|Physical:||1 file (120 loose folios)|
|CHAR 22/143/10-12||Copy of a letter from WSC to Geoffrey Dawson||08 May 1926|
|CHAR 22/143/101||Letter from William Codling [Controller, HM Stationery Office] to Edward Marsh [Private Secretary to WSC]||01 Jun 1926|