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Correspondents include: Jacques Balsan; "Sunny" [Lord Blandford, later 11th Duke of Marlborough]; CSC on subjects including President Roosevelt and the future of Chartwell Farm [Kent] (16); Lord Charles Spencer-Churchill; Lord Ivor Churchill; Hugh Frewen (2); Margaret de Reneville (2); Oswald Frewen (4); Amy Guest (2); Raymond Guest (2); representatives of Nicholl, Manisty, Few and Company (11); Anita Leslie [later Anita King] (2); Desmond Leslie; Sir Shane Leslie, on his biography of Leonard Jerome and his descendants (9); Clare Sheridan.
Other subjects include: WSC's holiday in Marrakech, [Marrakesh] Morocco, including his painting and writing.
Also includes: a list of Cheam School (1858), including Lord Randolph Churchill; proofs on Lord Randolph's resignation as Chancellor of the Exchequer (1886); an essay, "Socialism in Australia", by George Nutt; an article by Henry Beston on the European economic and spiritual crisis; the sale catalogue for items sold from the estate of the late Frederick Guest; press cuttings on the Jerome family; a copy of Time Magazine, with an article on the British coal shortage; stock transfers; a dust jacket for Anita Leslie's "Train to Nowhere"; extracts from Sir Shane Leslie's biography of Leonard Jerome, on WSC's childhood and youth, including typescripts of early letters by WSC (1888 - 1916).
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