||Bill from Jerome and Brother, proprietors of the Rochester Daily American, for an advertisement in a directory.
||31 Dec 1849
||Programme of music to be performed by the band of the Grenadier Guards at a banquet for Lord Beaconsfield and [Robert, 3rd] Lord Salisbury.
||27 Jul 1878
||List of toasts to be given at the Lords and Commons banquet for Lord Beaconsfield and [Robert, 3rd] Lord Salisbury.
||27 Jul 1878
||Sample invitation card for the opening ceremony for an enclosure at the East London Cemetery which will be opened by Lady Randolph Churchill. The hosts are Lord Brabazon and the members of the Metropolitan Public Gardens Association.
||18 Jun 1885
||Printed card addressed to E A Lowe thanking him for services rendered to Lord Randolph Churchill when he was a candidate for the Central Division of Birmingham during the 1885 General Election. Signed by Lord Randolph.
||Pen and ink cartoon of an unidentified man. Initialled "C K" [?Count Charles Kinsky].
||23 Dec 1886
||Envelope addressed to Mrs Clara Jerome in the hand of Leonard Jerome. Postmarked New York.
||04 Jan 1888
||Programme detailing the entertainment to be given to the inmates of Paddington Workhouse [London] which includes a piano solo to be given by Lady Randolph Churchill.
||18 Mar 1890
||Bill for o5 from Leuchars and Son (38 & 39 Piccadilly, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill for the manufacture of a green morocco writing pad.
||16 Feb 1895
||Menu for a dinner held at Aix les Bains [France]. The dorse contains several signatures including those of Lady Randolph Churchill and Douglas Dawson.
||17 Aug 1895
||Programme of music to be played by Herr Gottlieb's Vienna Orchestra at Blenheim Palace. Covered with gold silk and printed in gold.
||Menu for a dinner held on R M S Teutonic.
||26 Jun 1897
||Programme of tableaux and theatricals to be held at Blenheim Palace in aid of the restoration fund of St Mary's Church, Woodstock [Oxfordshire] which includes various parts played by Lady Randolph Churchill.
||30 Dec 1897
||Script for the Alphabet of "An Idle Hour" [performed as part of a programme of tableaux and theatricals held at Blenheim Palace in aid of the restoration fund of St Mary's Church, Woodstock, Oxfordshire] which includes the words spoken by Lady Randolph Churchill. Annotated "Jennie, from Sarah [Wilson, formerly Lady Sarah Churchill].
|| [Dec] 
||Script for the songs of "An Idle Hour" [performed as part of a programme of tableaux and theatricals held at Blenheim Palace in aid of the restoration fund of St Mary's Church, Woodstock, Oxfordshire] which includes the song sung by [Lady Randolph Churchill] playing the part of Mrs Jubilee Junius.
|| [Dec] 
||Programme for theatricals performed at Chatsworth [Derbyshire] which lists Lady Randolph Churchill as playing the part of Candy, a maid.
||10 Jan 1898
||Printed rhymes for a dinner given for George [Lord] Curzon [later Lord Curzon of Kedleston] "on the eve of his departure to govern India". Initialled "JRC" [Jennie Randolph Churchill]. Photograph of the dinner at CHAR 28/86/38, seating plan at CHAR 28/40/18.
||09 Dec 1898
||Printed seating plan for a dinner [given for Lord Curzon, later Lord Curzon of Kedleston before he went to India]. Photograph of this dinner at CHAR 28/85/38, see also CHAR 28/40/17.
||09 Dec 1898
||Envelope containing three newspaper cuttings relating to: an interview with Lord Randolph Churchill concerning his visit to Russia; Lady Randolph Churchill's presence at a reception in Berlin [Germany] where she was "the centre of attention" and Lady Randolph's participation in a concert given in aid of the South London District Association by the Royal Amateur Orchestral Society.
||24 Jan 1888 - 27 Jan 1888
||Newspaper cuttings relating to Lord Randolph Churchill's arrival in Berlin [Germany] and an interview with him concerning his visit to Russia in which Lord Randolph said that he did not intend to campaign against [Robert, 3rd] Lord Salisbury to prevent the joining of the Triple Alliance.
||23 Jan 1888
||Newspaper cutting from the Sheffield Tele[graph] which describes the lack of interest in a proposed "beauty show" to be held in London. It is suggested that indifference to the prospect is caused by the number of beauties in London, who include Lady Randolph Churchill.
||12 Jan 1889