Personal: During visit to United States and Canada, correspondence A-E.

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CHAR 1/398A/1 Letter from Miriam Horrell, American Play Company, Inc., New York, to Phyllis Moir, Sec. to WSC, on Paramount Pictures interest in Sarah Churchill's possibilities for films, asking for details of her appearance, and theatrical experience. 13 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/2 Letter from Miriam Horrell, American Play Company, Inc., New York, to CSC, on approach from Paramount Pictures, who had seen photographs of Sarah Churchill, and felt that she might make an excellent film possibility. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/3 Telegram from CSC to Harry Warner, thanks for telegram. 14 Feb [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/4 Telegram from CSC to Harry Warner, stating that she would be staying at the British Embassy, Washington until the following Sunday [copy]. [Feb] [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/5 Telegram from CSC to Harry Warner,on possible film contract for Sarah Churchill [ms copy in WSC's hand]. [Feb] [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/6 Telegram from Harry Warner to CSC, on screen test of Sarah Churchill, which had proved to be inconclusive, stating that his brother would personally conduct a second test during visit to London in March, and that in the meantime they would look for a suitable story. 13 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/7 Telegram from Harry Warner to CSC, on screen test of Sarah Churchill. 12 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/8 Envelope accompanying item CHAR 1/398A/1. 13 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/9 Letter from WSC to Mrs Henry Ayres, promising to sign book for her [carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/10 Letter from Louis Alber to WSC, on lecture tour. [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/11 Letter from Malcolm Arbuthnott (Waltham Abbey, Essex) to WSC, on the possible reprinting of one of his speeches on lecture tour of the United States. 07 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/12 Letter from Ernest Patterson, President, American Academy of Political And Social Science, to WSC, invitation to address Annual Meeting on 16 Apr [with shorthand note "will have left"]. 23 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/13-14 Letter from Commander Augustus Agar, Royal Navy, to WSC, invitation to take a shortcruise to the West Indies aboard his ship, HMS Scarborough. 26 Jan 1931
CHAR 1/398A/15 Telegram from the American Chamber of Commerce in London, to WSC, invitation as guest of honour at Annual Dinner on 23 Mar [annotated "sent regretted"]. 15 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/16 Telegram from Leo Amery to WSC, offering best wishes for speedy recovery following road accident in New York [United States]. 18 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/17 Letter from Catherine Allen to WSC, pleasure that he was recovering following road accident in New York. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/18 Note of Sgt W H Thompson's expenditure on WSC's behalf in New York, $36.75, mainly in tips to porters. [Jan] 1932
CHAR 1/398A/19-22 Note of Phyllis Moir's expenditure on WSC's behalf during lecture tour of the United States. 31 Jan 1932 - 07 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/23 Telegram from "Aeropagus" to WSC, invitation to speak at Chatham House, London, on 22 Mar [annotated "decline"]. 08 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/24 Letter from Phyllis Moir, Sec to WSC, to Elbert Wickes, Alber-Wickes Platform Service, on WSC's speech to Mark Twain Foundation in Hartford, Connecticut [carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/25 Letter from Elbert Wickes, Alber-Wickes Platform Service to WSC, on WSC's lecture to the Mark Twain Foundation in Hartford, Connecticut on 20 Jan 1932, asking if he would be prepared to meet the Chairman of the Foundation, Francis Webb, in New York. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/26 Note of gift to WSC from George Auld, Broad St., New York. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/27 Telegram from WSC to George Auld, thanks for gift. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/28 Letter from Josephine Uterhart (Mrs Henry Ayres) to WSC, asking him to sign a copy of book, with best wishes for speedy recovery following road accident in New York. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/29 Alphabetical divider - B. [Jan] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/30 Letter from Paul Hollister, (Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Madison Avenue, New York) to Louis Alber, on proposal for WSC to be interviewed by Edwin Hill for the Hart Schaffner & Marx Trumpeters radio program. 24 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/31 Letter from WSC to Paul Hollister, (Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn, Madison Avenue, New York), declining offer to be interviewed by Edwin Hill for the Hart Schaffner & Marx Trumpeters radio program, stating that there were too many questions to be treated properly, and many of the questions were foolish [carbon]. 29 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/32-34 Text of radio interview with WSC, on the eve of his departure from the United States [carbon]. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/35 Telegram from Bernard Baruch to WSC, asking about progress of lecture tour of Canada. 03 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/36 Telegram from WSC to Bernard Baruch, reporting progress of lecture tour of Canada [carbon]. [04] [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/37 Letter from WSC to Clarence Bowen, regretting that he was unable to accept Honorary Membership of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society [carbon]. 01 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/38 Letter from Clarence Bowen to WSC, offering Honorary Membership of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society [carbon]. 28 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398A/39-40 Letter from Congressman James Beck, New York, to WSC, regretting that they had been unable to meet in Washington, hoping that they could meet before WSC's departure from the United States, also on new biography of Marshal Foch, by Basil Liddell Hart, commenting that his attacks on Foch and Marshal Joseph Joffre were unjust. 03 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/41 Telegram from WSC to Brendan Bracken on the Statute of Westminster [copy]. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/42 Telegram from WSC to Bristol Chamber of Commerce, declining invitation to attend annual dinner [carbon]. 02 [Mar] 1932
CHAR 1/398A/43-44 Telegram from Bristol Chamber of Commerce to WSC, invitation to attend annual dinner. 02 [Mar] 1932
CHAR 1/398A/45 Pamphlet "In Memory of Joffre", Address delivered in the House of Representatives by Congressman James Beck [printed 16pp]. 07 Jan 1931
CHAR 1/398A/46 Letter from Brendan Bracken to WSC, commenting on House of Commons debate on Cabinet responsibility, particularly poor performances by Stanley Baldwin, Sir Donald Maclean and George Lansbury, and a "star turn" by Lord Winterton, also on implications of currency hoarding in the United States, and the "secret" plan to present WSC with a car on his return to Britain, which had been discovered by some American newspapers, confirming that the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII, and Duke of Windsor) was associated with the gift but wished his part to be kept completely secret. 09 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/47 Draft of House of Commons Bill to Make Unlawful the Issue and Redemption of Certain Gift Coupons [carbon]. [Jan] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/48-50 Letter from Robert Boothby to WSC, pleasure at recovery following motor accident in New York, praising his articles on the accident in the Daily Mail, with account of visit to Germany and interview with Adolf Hitler, where he asked him what he was going to do with the Jews, where there was "a grand scene, like a Bateman cartoon... where he said he would veto pogroms, which wasn't altogether reassuring. I told him that if he beat them up, it wouldn't go down at all well in England, where we encouraged them to govern us". 22 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398A/51 Letter from Nicholas Murray Butler to WSC, invitation to dine with the Round Table, New York. 01 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398A/52-53 Compliments slip and visiting card of Eric Buxton, British Consul, St Louis, Missouri. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398A/54-55 Letter from Brendan Bracken to WSC, on the political situation in India, also account of lunch with David Lloyd George, who looked "amazingly healthy", and whose policy was to take no active part in politics until the summer, as there was "too much bloom on the National Government" which made it unadvisable to create opposition at present. 21 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398A/56 Telegram from WSC to Brendan Bracken, asking for figures showing the decrease in crime, disease and drunkenness between 1913 and 1931, also for tax revenue from liquor in 1930 [carbon]. 12 Jan 1931
CHAR 1/398A/57-58 Letter from Nicholas Murray Butler to WSC, invitation to dine with the Round table, the oldest Dining Club in New York. 09 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/59 Telegram from WSC to Grace Bell, Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York, asking if they could supply small pocket amplifier for lecture in New York [carbon]. 02 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/60 Telegram from M Boyle to WSC, on the pocket amplifier that he used during lecture in Washington, which was the property of Grace Bell, Bell telephone Laboratories. 02 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/61 Telegram from H P Charlesworth, Bell Telephone Laboratories Inc., to WSC, confirming that a public address system had been despatched to the Bell Telephone Co. of Canada, for his use in Toronto. 02 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398A/62 Letter from the Sec. to Ivy Lee to WSC, hoping to arrange meeting during WSC's visit to the United States. 08 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/63 Letter from Phyllis Moir, Sec to WSC, to Etoile Benzecry, Sec. to Ivy Lee, hoping to arrange meeting during WSC's visit to the United States [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/64 Telegram from Nicholas Murray Butler and Carl Ahlstrom to WSC, invitation to dine with Lotos Club, New York. 11 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/65 Telegram from British Luncheon Club, New York, to WSC, lunch invitation. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/66 Telegram from Irma Wyckoff, Sec. to WSC to British Luncheon Club, New York, declining lunch invitation [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/67 Letter from WSC to Nicholas Murray Butler, hoping to meet after his return to New York at the end of Jan 1932 [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/68 Letter from WSC to Clarence Bowen, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, regretting that he could not accept Honorary Membership because of poor health, hoping to be able to do so before the end of his tour of the United States [carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/69 Letter from Clarence Bowen, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, to WSC, offering Honorary Membership. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/70 Telegram from WSC to Bernard Baruch, best wishes for New Year, stating that he had arrived at very strong conclusions about the Economic Crisis [carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/71 Telegram from WSC to Bernard Baruch, asking when he was due to return to New York [copy]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/72 Telegram from Bernard Baruch to WSC,regretting that they would not be able to meet before WSC's departure for the Bahamas. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398A/73 Telegram from WSC to Brendan Bracken, on recovery from road accident in New York [carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/74 Telegram from Senator William Borah to WSC, expressing sympathy on his road accident, wishing him speedy recovery. 19 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/75 Telegram from WSC to Senator William Borah, thanks for telegram of sympathy on accident, expressing hope that he would be able to resume work in mid-January [carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/76 Telegram from WSC to Bernard Baruch Jr., thanks for telegram of Christmas greetings [carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/77 Telegram from Bernard Baruch Jr to WSC, Christmas and New Year greetings. [24] Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/78 Telegram from WSC to Brendan Bracken, stating that he intended to make an important announcement on the economic crisis at the New York Economic Club, asking for his opinion on various economic questions, and also to obtain unprejudiced opinion from Sir Walter Layton and Maynard Keynes [carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/79 Telegram from WSC to Bernard Baruch, thanks for telegram of good wishes on recovery [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/80 Telegram from Bernard Baruch to WSC, good wishes on recovery following road accident in New York. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/81 Telegram from W A Bishop, Montreal, to WSC, offering best wishes for speedy recovery from accident [annotated and signed by WSC with reply]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/82 Telegram from WSC to W A Bishop, Montreal, thanks for telegram of good wishes on accident [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/83 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to C Fred Bond, thanks for letter of 21 Dec [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/84 Letter from Herbert Barker, (Jersey, Channel Is.) to WSC, offering help in rehabilitation following road accident in New York. 20 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/85 Letter from WSC to A E Sexton, British Officers' Club of Philadelphia, declining invitation to address lunch or dinner [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/86 Letter from A E Sexton, British Officers' Club of Philadelphia to WSC, invitation to address lunch or dinner. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/87 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to W A Courtney, British Luncheon Club. New York, declining lunch invitation [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/88 Letter from W A Courtney, British Luncheon Club. New York, to WSC, lunch invitation. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/89 Letter from WSC to James Ranicar, British Day Society of New Bedford, Mass., thanks for message of sympathy on accident [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/90-92 Letter from James Ranicar, British Day Society of New Bedford, Mass., to WSC message of sympathy on accident. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/93-94 Letter from Humphrey Lee, British Commonwealth Club, New York, to WSC, offering sympathy on accident, and inviting him to lunch. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/95 Letter from WSC to Humphrey Lee, British Commonwealth Club, New York, regretting that he could not accept lunch invitation [carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/96 Letter from Florence Jerome Bigelow Beadwell to WSC, asking for autograph. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/97 Letter from WSC to Florence Jerome Bigelow Beadwell, acknowledging receipt of letter [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/98 Letter from Southard Brown to CSC, sending copy of "The World Crisis" to be signed by WSC. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/99 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to Percival Beresford, acknowledging receipt of letter [carbon]. 17 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398A/100 Letter from WSC to Sir Vincent Baddeley, thanks for sending him an Admiralty Christmas card [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/101 Letter from Sir Vincent Baddeley, Admiralty, to WSC, sending copy of Admiralty Office Staff Christmas card. 07 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/102 Letter from George Bodycoat to WSC, pleasure that he was recovering after road accident, and regretting that he had been forced to cancel lectures in New York. 18 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/103 Letter from B L Bartoll, Wanstead, Essex, to WSC, congratulations on speech in India in the House of Commons. 08 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/104 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to B L Bartoll, Wanstead, Essex, thanks for letter of 8 Dec, on House of Commons speech on India [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/105-106 Letter from Clarence Bowen, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, to WSC, confining that he and the President of the Society, Myron Taylor, would call on him on 11 Mar, to confer Honorary Membership. 08 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398B/107 Letter from WSC to Robert Ballon, stating that he would only write a 5000 word introduction to Ballon's book on Napoleon Bonaparte for a fee of $2500, and as he might one day write a book on the subject, he would insist on the right to incorporate any of the ideas or phrases used in a larger work three years after Ballon's publication [carbon]. 01 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398B/108 Letter from Brig-Gen William Croft, Officer Commanding Nowshera Brigade, North West Frontier Province, India, to WSC, describing the political situation in the North West Frontier, particularly operation against the Red Shirt movement, in which all the "big leaders" were caught and deported to British India. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/109 Letter from Gerald Campbell, British Consul-General, New York, to WSC, asking if he would be prepared to address the British Empire Chamber of Commerce, New York [annotated "regretted". 19 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/110 Account from Copenhaver, Social Engravers and Stationers, Washington DC, $2.75 for engraved plate and 50 cards. 18 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/111 Telegram from H P Charlesworth, Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York, to WSC, confirming that public address system had been sent to Bell Telephone Company, Canada, for use by WSC in lecture in Toronto. 02 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398B/112 Alphabetical divider - C. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/113 Note of address of H P Charlesworth, Vice-President, Bell Telephone Laboratories, New York. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/114 Telegram from John Churchill to WSC, on his investments. 09 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398B/115 Telegram from WSC, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York, to John Churchill, Vickers da Costa, asking on advice on converting his dollars into sterling [carbon]. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/116 Telegram from M M Corpenning to WSC, on invitation from Colonel and Mrs Robert McCormick for WSC and family to stay as house guests during stay in Chicago. 13 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/117 Telegram from WSC to John Churchill, Vickers da Costa, London, asking for advice on conversion of Dollars to Sterling [carbon]. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/118 Telegram from WSC to John Churchill, Vickers da Costa, London, stating that he had bought £6000 at $3.43/£1 in Dec 1931, and that he had just bough a further £5000, asking for advice on his position [carbon]. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/119 Letter from Douglas Church to WSC, asking for interview of the "Public Ledger, Philadelphia. 11 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/120 Telegram from WSC to Harley Clarke, confirming that he would be staying with Colonel Robert McCormick in Chicago [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/121 Telegram from Harley Clarke to WSC, suggesting meeting in Chicago. 11 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/122 Telegram from the Sec. to WSC to J C Chatterji, Director, India Academy of America, declining invitation to Reception [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/123 Letter from J C Chatterji, Director, India Academy of America, New York, to WSC, inviting him to Reception. 08 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/124 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to Douglas Church, regretting that WSC could not give him an interview [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/125 Circular letter from Curtis Brown Ltd., announcing change of address from 42nd St. to 49th St., New York. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/126 Telegram from WSC to Gerald Christy, thanks for kind telegram [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/127 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to Mario Constisino, asking for details of the weight of his motor car, as WSC wished to make a calculation [carbon] [Constisino was the driver of the car which knocked WSC down on 13 Dec]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/128 Letter from Watson Coleman, Attorney, Washington DC, to Herbert Bridges, acknowledging receipts of two statements or declarations. 16 Nov 1931
CHAR 1/398B/129 Letter from Sir Bede Clifford, Governor of the Bahamas, to WSC, hoping to meet during his stay in Nassau. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/130 Letter from WSC to Sir Bede Clifford, Governor of the Bahamas, regretting that they would not be able to meet during his stay in Nassau [carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/131 Telegram from William, 1st Lord Camrose to WSC, congratulations to "most famous of jaywalkers" on articles in the Daily Mail on his road accident. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/132 Telegram from WSC to William, 1st Lord Camrose to WSC, thanks for telegram on road accident [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/133 Letter from the PS to WSC to G Picton Careless, thanks for letter of good wishes following road accident [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/134 Letter from G Picton Careless to WSC, expressing support for his policy on India, and offering sympathy on road accident. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/135 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to F J Powers, Thomas Cook & Son, on arrangements for WSC's journey to Nassau, Bahamas, asking for him to be booked aboard the Majestic [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/136-138 Letter from F J Powers, Thomas Cook & Son, to WSC, on arrangements for WSC's journey to Nassau, Bahamas, enclosing quotation from the Seaboard Airline Railway, New York. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/139 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to Thomas Cook & Son, Travel Agents, asking for list of sailings to and from Europe in the week beginning 17 Jan 1932 [carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/140 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to A H Cowie, regretting that he was not sufficiently strong to visit Charles Jerome at Pompey Hill, New York, the former house of WSC's grandfather Leonard Jerome [carbon]. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/141 Letter from A H Cowie, Syracuse, New York, to WSC, asking if he wished to visit Charles Jerome, of Pompey Hill, who were living in the house occupied by Leonard Jerome, before his move to New York. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/142 Visiting card of Harley Clarke, sent with gift of roses. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398B/143 Telegram from WSC to Harley Clarke, thanks for gift of roses, hoping to meet on his return to New York in January [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/144-145 Letter from G Catalani (Washington DC) to WSC, asking if he was willing to address the Italy America Society of Washington, also reminiscing about their time together at Harrow School. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/146 Letter from Lillian Carvel (New York) to WSC, on his book, "Richard Carvel", asking if the name was fictitious, or based on a real person [the book Richard Carvel was written by the American author Winston Churchill (1871-1947)]. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/147 Letter from the Sec. to WSC to Alan Collingwood, regretting that WSC was unable to grant him an interview because of ill health [carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/148-153 Letter from Alan Collingwood (New York) to WSC, asking for help in obtaining employment in New York. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398B/154-155 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC, stating that he had been offered an advance of £450 and substantial royalties for a biography of him, hoping he would have no objection, that he intended the book to be "unauthorized unofficial and undocumented" with the aim of presenting the political history of the last 30 years in a "light unorthodox fashion". 27 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/156 Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill, strongly deprecating Randolph's plan to write unauthorized and unofficial biography, "hope some day you will make thousands instead of hundreds out of my archives, most improvident anticipate now". 28 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/157 Telegram from William Saxe (Chadbourne, Stanchfield & Levy, Attorneys, New York) to WSC, letter of introduction for one of his colleagues, H A McCarthy, a tax specialist. 08 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398B/158 Letter from Louis Levy to WSC, expressing pleasure that he had been able to help over arrangements for lecture tour of the United States. 16 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/159-160 Letter from William Saxe (Chadbourne, Stanchfield & Levy, Attorneys, New York) to WSC, enclosing draft letter to the Affiliated Lecture & Concert Association, exercising his right to cancel two additional lectures in California. 11 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/161 Letter from William Saxe (Chadbourne, Stanchfield & Levy, Attorneys, New York) to WSC, notification that the Phoenix Insurance Company had extended his accident policy and his life insurance policy to 1 Apr 1932. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/162 Business card of K H Norris, Standard Statistics Co., Inc., New York. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398B/163 Letter from William Saxe (Chadbourne, Stanchfield & Levy, Attorneys, New York) to WSC, on his need for a statistical service to provide him with martial for his lectures, recommending the Standard Statistics Co., New York. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/164-166 Letter from Maryott Whyte, Chartwell, to CSC, news of Chartwell, and Mary Churchill. 12 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/167 Alphabetical divider - D. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/168-170 Letter from P A Dyment (Toronto, Canada) to WSC, enclosing memorandum proposing solution for the international debt crisis. 09 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/171 Telegram from WSC to Charles Dundas, Colonial Secretary, Government of the Bahamas, asking if he could find WSC a shorthand secretary for his stay in Nassau, 2-10 Jan 1932 [copy]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/172 Telegram from WSC to Marion Davis, New Year greetings [copy]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/173 Telegram from WSC to Charles Dundas, Colonial Secretary, Government of the Bahamas, accepting invitation to dine with the Legislature and make a brief speech, if his health permitted [carbon]. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/174 Telegram from Charles Dundas, Colonial Secretary, Government of the Bahamas, to WSC, invitation to dine with the Bahamas Legislature and make a brief speech. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/175 Telegram from WSC to Lord D'Abernon, asking for his opinion on what the United States should do to escape from increasing gold stringency [carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/176 Letter from Mr & Mrs W Delve to WSC, offering sympathy on accident, and best wishes for speedy recovery [annotated by WSC "ack & thank"]. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/177 Telegram from WSC to Charles Dundas, Government of the Bahamas, announcing that he intended to visit Nassau from 2-10 Jan 1932. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/178 Telegram from Charles Dundas, Government of the Bahamas, to WSC, asking if he was planning to visit Nassau between 4 and 10 Jan, during "Buy British Week". 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/179 Letter from Ralph Darby (Claygate, Surrey) to WSC, sending pamphlet [not retrained] on a possible alternative to the Gold Standard. 09 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/180 Letter from Sir William Davison MP to WSC, expressing pleasure at his recovery following road accident in New York. 16 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/181 Letter from WSC to Sir William Davison, thanks for letter of sympathy on road accident in New York [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/182 Letter from Mrs P Dunn (Dawlish, Devon) to WSC, offering best wishes for speedy recovery following road accident in New York, stating that she had heard him speak at Plymouth in Oct 1931, and although she had waited 2 hours in a queue, had thought it time well spent [annotated by WSC "ack & thank, 1st person"]. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/183 Alphabetical divider - D. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/184-186 Letter from Gustav Eggena (Park Avenue, New York) to WSC, enclosing copy of his pamphlet, "Peace by Reciprocity", written in 1923, privately published, 1929. 27 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/187 Letter from William Endicott (Marlborough St., Boston, Mass.) to WSC, hoping it would be possible to meet during WSC's visit to Boston. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/398B/188 Letter from WSC to William Endicott (Marlborough St., Boston, Mass.), regretting that it would be impossible to meet during his visit to Boston [carbon]. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/189 Letter from WSC to Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt, thanks for letter of sympathy on road accident [carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/190 Letter from Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt, (Ebury St., London SW1) to WSC expressing sympathy on road accident in New York. 16 Dec [1931]
CHAR 1/398B/191 Account from Equitable Cigar Stands, New York, $28.45 for 200 Royal Derby Longfellows. 17 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/192 Letter from Alfred Johns, Secretary, English Speaking Union, to WSC, invitation to Tea with the Chicago Branch on 17 Dec. 05 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/193 Telegram from Clare Wackwitz, Sec. to WSC to Henry Lord, English Speaking Union, Boston Branch, declining invitation to address Branch during his visit to Boston [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/194 Telegram from Henry Lord, English Speaking Union, Boston Branch, to WSC, invitation to lunch, dinner or reception during his visit to Boston. 08 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/195 Telegram from Ernest Ballard, English Speaking Union, Chicago Branch, to WSC, invitation to tea on 17 Dec. 09 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/196 Telegram from Clare Wackwitz, Sec. to WSC to Ernest Ballard, English Speaking Union, Chicago Branch, declining invitation to tea on 17 Dec [carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/398B/197 Telegram from Orlistus Bell Stephenson, Emerson Bureau, Chicago, on the success of his lectures in St Louis and Chicago, asking if he would be prepared to sign photograph for the Womens Club in St Louis. 11 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/198 Account from Equitable Cigar Stands, New York, $251.60 for 2050 Royal Derby cigars. 08 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/398B/199 Account from Equitable Cigar Stands, New York, $12, for 100 Royal Derby cigars. 09 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/398B/200-201 Letter from Ralph Easley, Chairman, National Civic Foundation, to WSC, asking for interview for himself and Mathew Woll, President, American Federation of Labor, enclosing letter of introduction from General Samuel McRoberts. [Feb] [1932]
CHAR 1/398B/202 Letter from Lynch Luquer, President, English Speaking Union, Washington Branch, to WSC, invitation to tea [declined]. 26 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398B/203 Account from Equitable Cigar Stands, New York, $26.20 for 200 Royal Derby cigars. 25 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/398B/204-206 Letter from A M Earle to WSC, sending account of the political situation in India. 04 Feb 1932