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Correspondents include: Sir Norman Angell requesting WSC make a speech; Sir James Hawkey, Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association (4).
Subjects include: international affairs, particularly Japanese actions in China, the Spanish Civil War and campaigns for world peace; a local sewage matter; employment and property queries; animal rights; a potential refugee from persecution in Germany; requests for support from local groups; pension and road transport policy; general constituency business.
Also includes: front and back pages of the Daily Mirror for 31 January 1931; copy of a message from WSC to the Wanstead [Essex] branch of the League of Nations Union.
|Physical:||1 bound file (93 folios).|