Personal: During [WSC's] visit to the United States and Canada: Correspondence F - N.

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Date: 01 Dec 1931 - 31 Mar 1932

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CHAR 1/399A/1 Alphabetical divider - F. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399A/2 Telegram from William Feakins to WSC, confirming meeting at the Waldorf Hotel [New York, United States], on 8 March. 07 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/3 Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC, "668 dollars 23 cents, Love Randolph". 17 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/4 Letter from WSC to Maurice Firth, with thanks for his letter welcoming him to the United States. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/5-7 Details of a sow from Chartwell [Kent] sold at Westerham market. 02 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/8 Letter from WSC (Nassau, Bahamas) to Violet Pearman [Secretary to WSC] (Chartwell [Kent]), confirming that he had received a cheque for 7l 18s 3d, from the sale of a sow at Westerham Market, asking if it was the sow which had won prizes, and what the prizes were worth [typescript letter, initialled by WSC, and annotated "not the prize pig"]. 17 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/399A/9-10 Notice of sale of a sow at Westerham Market [Kent] by Alfred Friend, for 7l 18s 3d, with note that the cheque had been sent to WSC. 14 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/11 Telegram from First National Bank of New York to WSC, confirming receipt of cheque for 950 dollars. 02 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/12 Telegram from R Halford Forster to WSC, stating that he was "at liberty" for secretarial work [for WSC's lecture tour of the United States]. 25 Nov 1931
CHAR 1/399A/13 Letter from Maurice Firth (New York) to WSC, with best wishes for his lecture tour of the United States, reminiscing about his time in the Free Trade Union, and taking part in by-election campaigns with WSC in North West Manchester and Dundee [Scotland] in 1908. 06 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/14 Letter from WSC to Michael Florinsky, Associate Editor of the Russian Series, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, with thanks for his gift of General Golovine's account of the struggles of the Russian Army in the First World War. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/15 Letter from Michael Florinsky, Associate Editor of the Russian Series, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, to WSC, sending a gift of General Golovine's account of the struggles of the Russian Army in the First World War. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/16 Letter from John Lawrence, First Presbyterian Church, Rochester, New York, to WSC, reminiscing about meeting WSC during WSC's first lecture tour of the United States in 1900, also commenting on the contemporary political scene, particularly in India, where the [Mohandas] "Gandhi worship - soppy and maudlin" had reached its limit. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/17 Letter from H W Farrow, (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk) to WSC, with best wishes for his speedy recovery following a road accident in New York [United States]. [Dec] 1931
CHAR 1/399A/18 Letter from W B Forshaw to WSC, offering sympathy on his road accident in New York [United States]. 16 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/19 Receipt from Dr Foster Kennedy (New York [United States]), for 250 dollars, for treatment of WSC following his road accident. 02 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/399A/20 Letter from R Halford Forster (Cheshire, Connecticut [United States]) to WSC, asking for a meeting during WSC's stay in New York. 08 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/21 Alphabetical divider - G. [Mar] [1932]
CHAR 1/399A/22 Business card of Major V A Gillam, Douglas Gibbons and Company Incorporated, Real Estate, E 33rd Street, New York [United States]. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399A/23 Letter from Vice-Admiral Emile-Paul Guepratte (Maisons- Lafitte [France]) to WSC, with thanks for opening his eyes to a delicate situation which he had misunderstood for the past 15 years, also offering sympathy on WSC's road accident in New York [United States]. 31 Jan 1932
CHAR 1/399A/24 Letter from Harry Garfield, Chairman, Institute of Politics, Williamstown, Massachusetts [United States], to WSC with an invitation to speak at a round table conference in July 1932, offering an honorarium of 1,500 dollars and travel expenses of 500 dollars. [Annotated with WSC's reply, declining invitation]. 25 Nov 1931
CHAR 1/399A/25-28 Letter from Colonel Stuart Graham (Bangalore, India) to WSC, expressing pleasure at reading "My Early Life", and reminiscing about his own service, particularly in India, and on present day conditions in India, suggesting that Mohandas Gandhi and his supporters should be deported to "some out of the way spot like St Helena" and not allowed any communication with India; includes visiting card. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/29 Letter from Parker Gilbert (Wall Street, New York) to WSC, hoping to meet during WSC's tour of the United States. 09 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/30 Telegram from Winston Guest (New York) to WSC, with an invitation to stay during his visit to the United States. 07 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/31 Telegram from WSC to Sir Harry Goschen and Christian, Lady Goschen, with thanks for their telegram [of good wishes on WSC's departure for his tour of the United States]. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/32 Telegram from Sir Harry Goschen and Christian, Lady Goschen, to WSC, with good wishes for his lecture tour of the United States. 05 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/33 Telegram from WSC to 1st Lord Greenwood and Margery, Lady Greenwood, with thanks [for their telegram of good wishes following WSC's road accident in New York, United States]. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/34 Telegram from 1st Lord Greenwood and Margery, Lady Greenwood, to WSC, with good wishes [following WSC's road accident in New York, United States]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/35-36 Letter from Maggie Gooderidge, former servant of WSC's family, "better known as Maggie from Blenheim" (Chadderton Street, London W1) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York [United States] and a reminiscence about his childhood. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/37-38 Letter from Fred Gilbert (Kalamazoo, Michigan [United States]) to WSC, with best wishes for his recovery following his road accident in New York. [Dec] [1931]
CHAR 1/399A/39 Letter from WSC to Fred Gilbert (Kalamazoo, Michigan [United States]) with thanks for Gilbert's letter of best wishes for WSC's recovery following his road accident in New York. [Carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/40-41 Letter from J B Greenwood (Willimantic, Connecticut [United States]) to WSC, with best wishes for WSC's recovery following his road accident in New York, also reminiscing about his service with the Lancashire Fusiliers at Gallipoli [Turkey] and on the Western Front in the First World War. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/42 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to H H Stockfield (Green Light Club Incorporated, New York [United States]), regretting that WSC was unable to assist him due to ill health. [Carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/43-47 Letter from H H Stockfield (Green Light Club Incorporated, New York [United States]), to WSC, asking if he would be willing to support his campaign for greater safety in all walks of life, particularly in motor vehicles, with a copy of magazine "Green Light", Volume 2 No 6. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/48 Letter from Hilda Gibbons (Staten Island, New York [United States]) to WSC, expressing her pleasure that he was leaving hospital following his road accident, and advising him to "watch his step" in future. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/49 Letter from Major V A Gillam (New York [United States]) to WSC, with best wishes for his speedy recovery following his road accident, and reminiscing about service under WSC in the Directorate of Mobilization at the War Office in 1918 [? 1919]. [Annotated by WSC "simple ack & thanks"]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/50-54 Memorandum by the [? Indian Police] sent to Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Special Branch, Metropolitan Police, on the Ghadr Indian revolutionary party, active in California, which had threatened to kill WSC during his lecture tour of the United States. [Typescript]. 22 Nov 1931
CHAR 1/399A/55 Alphabetical divider - H. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399A/56 Telegram from WSC to Howard Heinz [President, H J Heinz Company], on not being able to meet him. [Carbon]. 01 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/57 Letter from WSC (Netherland Plaza Hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio [United States]) to Howard Heinz [President, H J Heinz Company], confirming that he would be free to rest at Heinz's house [during his visit to Pittsburgh] stating that he would rather not make any plans to visit Heinz plants because of his poor health. [Carbon]. 29 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/58 Telegram from A L Schiel, Secretary to Howard Heinz [President, H J Heinz Company], to WSC, on WSC's visit to Heinz [in Pittsburgh, United States]. 19 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/59 Letter from Howard Heinz, (President, H J Heinz Company, Pittsburgh [United States]) to WSC, inviting him to stay at his family home during his visit to Pittsburgh, and asking if he would be interested in seeing any of the Heinz plants. 11 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/60 Letter from WSC to Howard Heinz, [President, H J Heinz Company] (Pittsburgh [United States]), accepting an invitation to rest at Heinz's house during his visit to Pittsburgh and regretting that he would not be able to visit any industrial sites in the city. [Carbon]. 14 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/61 Telegram from WSC to George Henry, [Prime Minister of Ontario, Canada], accepting his dinner invitation. [Carbon]. 01 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/62 Letter from George Henry, Prime Minister of Ontario [Canada], to WSC with an invitation to a dinner in his honour, on 2 March, at the York Club, Toronto. 29 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/63 Telegram from Max Hohenlohe to WSC, asking for a meeting during his stay in New York [United States]. 08 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/64 Letter from WSC (Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York [United States]) to Sir James Hawkey [Vice-Chairman of Epping Division Conservative Association, Essex], on his recovery following his road accident in New York, and announcing his intention to return to Britain on 17 March, in time for the Budget; also commenting that the Government was adopting his policy on India, and there would be no need to "press them on that subject"; also commenting that he expected the Ramsay MacDonald [Prime Minister] - Stanley Baldwin [Lord President of the Council] combination to last for some time "in a sort of amorphous and gelatinous condition", and asking Hawkey to arrange a constituency meeting at the Royal Forest Hotel [Chingford, Essex]. [Carbon]. 01 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399A/65 Telegram from Paul Hollister, (Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn Incorporated, Madison Avenue, New York [United States]) to WSC, asking for details of subjects to be covered in his forthcoming broadcast, to help with advance publicity. 03 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/66-79 Transcripts of interview between WSC and Edwin Hill for the Columbia Broadcasting System [CBS] broadcast on the Hart Schaffner and Marx Trumpeters radio programme, 10 March, on subjects including WSC's road accident, superstition, the future chances of war, the world depression, the importance of co-operation between the English-speaking peoples and the strength of the monarchy; also includes list of preparatory questions. 09 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399A/80 Letter from W J Harvert (Park Avenue, New York) to WSC, asking for a meeting during WSC's visit to the United States. 09 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/81 Letter from WSC to W J Harvert (Park Avenue, New York [United States]), regretting that they could not meet during WSC's stay in New York due to his tight schedule. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/82 Telegram from WSC and CSC to Millicent Hearst, with Christmas and New Year greetings. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/83 Telegram from Millicent Hearst to WSC and CSC, with Christmas and New Year greetings. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/84 Telegram from WSC to William Randolph Hearst, with New Year greetings, promising to let him know if he intended to visit the West Coast of the United States. [Carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/85 Telegram from WSC to Dr Hartigan (Gloucester Terrace,[London]), asking if he had details of WSC's normal blood pressure. [Carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/86 Telegram from WSC to Sir Robert Horne, sending him every good wish. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/87 Telegram from Sir Robert Horne to CSC, hoping that WSC was recovering [following his road accident in New York, United States], and sending Christmas greetings. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/88 Letter from T C Angus (Lambourne End, Essex) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York [United States], and commenting on the view in the United States that Britain is behaving as a bully in India, and noting American ignorance of the massacre at Cawnpore. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/89 Letter from WSC to T C Angus (Lambourne End, Essex), acknowledging receipt of his letter. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/90 Letter from Henry Cullen, Managing Editor of the Huntington Times, Long Island, New York [United States], to WSC on his pleasure at reading "A Roving Commission" [American title for "My Early Life"]. Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/91 Letter from Patrick Healy (New York [United States]) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident, and best wishes for a speedy recovery. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/92 Letter from Colonel Charles Hordern (Abbotsbury, Dorset) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident, and best wishes for a speedy recovery. 19 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/93 Letter from WSC to Colonel Charles Hordern (Abbotsbury, Dorset), with thanks for his letter [of sympathy on WSC's road accident in New York, United States]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/94-95 Letter from Thomas Hogarth (Brooklyn, New York [United States]) to WSC, on subjects including the difficulties of obtaining British citizenship and British policy on Ireland. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/96 Letter from Robert Hadden (Brixton [London] SW9) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York [United States]. 17 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/97-98 Letter from Catherine Hartzell (Hotel Martha, Washington, New York) to WSC, offering her services as a stenographer for his lecture tour of the United States. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399A/99-101 Letter from Harriet Crichton Hagues (New York) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York, also on her work as a Nanny in the United States and on the difficulties of her remaining family in Britain. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/102 Alphabetical divider - I-J. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399B/103-104 Letter from the International Mercantile Marine Company, New York [United States], to WSC, confirming the booking of his passage to Britain aboard the SS Majestic, White Star Line. 24 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/105-106 Letter from James Jackson-Moore (Hotel Times Square, New York [United States]) to WSC with sympathy on his road accident in New York. 20 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/107 Letter from WSC to Charles James (Stratford [London] E15), with thanks for his letter. [Carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/108 Letter from Jacob Landau, Managing Director, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, New York [United States], to the Secretary to WSC, asking for an interview. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/109 Letter from WSC to Sarah Julius, with thanks for her gift of a photograph of Jennie Jerome [later Lady Randolph Churchill] and her two sisters, [Leonie Jerome, later Leonie, Lady Leslie and Clara Jerome, later Clara Frewen]. [Carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/110 Letter from Sarah Julius (Rye, New York [United States]) to WSC, sending a gift of a photograph [of Jennie Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill, and her two sisters, Leonie Jerome, later Leonie, Lady Leslie and Clara Jerome, later Clara Frewen]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/111 Letter from Charles James (South Woodford, Essex) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York [United States]. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/112 Letter from James Jones (Long Island, New York [United States]) to WSC, expressing his pleasure at WSC's recovery from a road accident in New York. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/113 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Jacob Landau, Managing Director, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, New York [United States], regretting that WSC was unable to grant him an interview due to ill health. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/114 Letter from Jacob Landau, Managing Director, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, New York [United States], to WSC, asking for an interview for himself and William Spiegelman. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/115 Letter from William Travers Jerome (Broad Street, New York [United States]) to WSC, accepting an invitation to lunch at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on 9 March. 07 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399B/116 Letter from WSC to Alfred Johns, [English Speaking Union], regretting that he could not take on any further speaking engagements on his lecture tour of the United States. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/117 Bill for WSC's rooms on the SS Majestic. 11 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399B/118-119 Copy of memorial by P Jaswantsingh, Guaranteed Chief of Lalgarh Estate, India, sent to WSC, and also sent to the Viceroy and Governor-General of India [1st Lord Willingdon, earlier Freeman Freeman-Thomas] on the proposed change in the status of the Guaranteed Chiefships. 02 Dec 1931 - 20 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/120 Alphabetical divider - K. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399B/121 Letter from Captain A Kugelberg, (Linkoping, Sweden) to WSC on his pleasure at reading "The World Crisis" and "My Early Life", and offering sympathy on WSC's road accident in New York [United States]. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/122 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Captain A Kugelberg, (Linkoping, Sweden), with thanks for his letter. [Carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/123-126 Letter from Axel Kortez (Brooklyn, New York [United States]) to WSC, offering his services as a masseur following WSC's road accident in New York, with memorandum on "The ancient art of body building". 27 Dec [1931]
CHAR 1/399B/127 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Charles Kutner, sending an autograph by WSC. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/128 Letter from Charles Kutner (Hotel Bretton Hall, New York [United States]) to WSC, asking for his autograph. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/129 Alphabetical divider - L. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399B/130 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Henry Goddard Leach, Editor of the Forum (Lexington Avenue, New York [United States) arranging an interview with WSC. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/131 Letter from Henry Goddard Leach, Editor of the Forum (Lexington Avenue, New York [United States]) to Louis Alber [President of the Affiliated Lecture and Concert Association Incorporated], requesting an interview with WSC. 11 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/132 Letter from Rene Leon (Hotel Mayflower, Washington) to WSC, on the economic situation in the United States and WSC's possible influence to improve it. 23 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/133 Letter from Julia Loomis (Tuxedo Park, New York [United States]) to WSC, asking to meet him during his visit to New York. 08 Dec [1931]
CHAR 1/399B/134 Letter from Rene Leon to WSC, on the monetary question in Britain and the United States. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/135 Letter from WSC to Rene Leon, thanking him for sending a pamphlet on the monetary question in Britain and the United States, which he has read with "great attention". [Carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/136-137 Letter from Sir Ronald Lindsay [British Ambassador to the United States] (British Embassy, Washington) to WSC, asking if he would be willing to address the British Chamber of Commerce of New York, stating that until 1920 institutions of this sort had been strongly discouraged by the Diplomatic Service as it was felt that they generated anti-British feelings, but that they now regarded it as "something potentially useful", but the depression had struck it as it had struck everything else, and threatened its existence, and that although it was a "poor and struggling body" it could assemble an audience of respectable businessmen in New York and deserved encouragement. 25 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/138 Telegram from WSC to Louis Levy [WSC's attorney], with thanks for a gift of flowers. [Carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/139 Card sent with gift of flowers from Louis Levy [WSC's attorney] to WSC, with best wishes for a speedy recovery following his road accident in New York [United States]. [Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/140 Letter from WSC to Louis Levy [WSC's attorney], (New York, [United States]), with thanks for arranging sterling purchases with First National Bank, and for putting a secretary, Miss Hansen, at his disposal, stating that she had been invaluable during an exceptionally busy time when he was able to do little himself. [Carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/141 Letter from WSC (British Embassy, Washington [United States]) to Louis Levy [WSC's attorney], with an invitation to lunch at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York on 11 March. [Carbon]. 15 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/142 Letter from WSC (Hotel Biltmore, Atlanta, Georgia [United States]) to Louis Levy [WSC's attorney], on problems he was having with [the Affiliated Lecture and Concert Agency Incorporated], as three of their checks for 1,111 dollars had been refused by the bank; stating that he felt them to be honest people, but working on a perilously small margin, that he intended to take all the proceeds from future lectures until the deficit had been made good, and that if everything was paid the profits of the tour would amount to about 23,000 dollars less United States Income Tax at 5 per cent. [Carbon]. 23 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/143 Letter from Alan Lascelles, Secretary to 9th Lord Bessborough, Governor-General of Canada [earlier Lord Duncannon], on WSC's stay at Government House in March. 09 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/144 Telegram from F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell] to WSC, with best wishes for lecture tour of the United States. 05 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/145 Telegram from WSC to F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell], with thanks for his telegram [of good wishes for lecture tour of the United States]. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/146 Letter from WSC to the Lotos Club, New York [United States], with thanks for offering him membership during his stay in the City. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/147 Telegram from WSC to F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell], asking if he had received WSC's telegram about the force of the impact in his road accident in New York [United States]. [Carbon]. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/148 Telegram from Sir John Lavery and Hazel, Lady Lavery, to WSC and CSC with Christmas and New Year greetings. [23 Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/149 Telegram from WSC and CSC to Sir John Lavery and Hazel, Lady Lavery, with thanks [for their telegram of Christmas and New Year greetings]. [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/150 Telegram from F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell] to WSC, with Christmas greetings, and hoping that he would postpone his lecture tour until he was absolutely fit following his road accident in New York [United States]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/151 Telegram from WSC to F A Lindemann [later 1st Lord Cherwell] (Christ Church, Oxford) on his road accident in New York [United States], asking for the impact or shock to a stationary body weighing 200 pounds hit by a motor car weighing 2500 pounds travelling at 30-35 mph, as he required the figure for a newspaper article: "think it must be impressive". [Carbon] [for reply see CHAR 1/222/20-1 ]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/152 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Lenox Hill Hospital, New York [United States], sending WSC's cheque for 420.45 dollars, in payment of his account for treatment following his road accident. [Carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/153 Letter from WSC to 1st Lord Lloyd, with thanks for sending copies of Hansard for House of Commons debate on India, congratulating him on his performance: "the Government are increasingly carrying out our policy while pretending to the Indians that they are doing something different". [Carbon]. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/154 Letter from WSC to Julia Loomis (Park Avenue, New York [United States]), regretting that they could not meet due to pressure of work. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/155 Alphabetical divider - M. [Mar 1932]
CHAR 1/399B/156 Letter from Roger Merriman [Master Emeritus of Eliot House, Harvard University, United States] to WSC, with a dinner invitation. [Annotated "regretted"]. 01 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/157 Letter from Robert McCormick [Editor and Publisher, Chicago Tribune] to WSC, with thanks for his gift of books, and congratulations on the success of his lecture tour of the United States. 19 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/158-159 Telegram from Arthur Mayall, Chief Constable for Oldham [Lancashire] and President Elect, Chief Constables Association, Cities and Boroughs of England and Wales, to WSC with an invitation to attend their annual banquet at the Savoy Hotel, London, on 15 June. [Annotated "regretted"]. 07 Mar 1932
CHAR 1/399B/160 Telegram from WSC to Robert McCormick [Editor and Publisher, Chicago Tribune], on arrangements for his stay with him during his visit to Chicago [United States]. [Carbon]. 13 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/161 Letter from WSC to Robert McCormick [Editor and Publisher, Chicago Tribune], with arrangements for his visit to Chicago [United States]. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/162 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to A J Putnam, Assistant to the President, the Macmillan Company, (5th Avenue, New York [United States]), on an appointment to see WSC. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/163 Letter from A J Putnam, Assistant to the President, the Macmillan Company, (5th Avenue, New York [United States]), to WSC, asking for an appointment to discuss a publishing project. 06 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/164 Telegram from WSC to Katherine Mayo (Bedford Hills, New York, [United States]), with thanks for her letter [of sympathy on his road accident in New York]. [Carbon]. 26 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/165 Letter from Katherine Mayo (Bedford Hills, New York [United States]) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/166-167 Telegram from Patrick Macnamara (Brooklyn, New York [United States]) to WSC, with Christmas greetings, and asking for an appointment to see him. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/168 Telegram from WSC to Patrick Macnamara (Brooklyn, New York [United States]) with thanks for his telegram [of Christmas greetings]. [Carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/169 Telegram from Sir Harry McGowan to WSC, with Christmas and New Year greetings. [24] Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/170 Telegram from WSC to Sir Harry McGowan, with Christmas and New Year greetings. [Carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/171 Telegram from Agnes Meyer to CSC, with a dinner invitation. [12 Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/172 Telegram from Agnes Meyer to WSC with a dinner invitation. [11 Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/173 Telegram from WSC to Agnes Meyer (Washington [United States]), accepting her dinner invitation. [Carbon]. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/174 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Henry Meyer (Brooklyn, New York [United States]), with thanks for his gift of a book, "Looking Through Life's Window". [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/175 Letter from Henry Meyer (Brooklyn, New York [United States]) to WSC, commenting on his considerate treatment of Mario Constisino, the driver who had knocked him down on 13 December, and sending a gift of a book, "Looking Through Life's Window". 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/176 Letter from WSC to James McCulloh, President, New York Telephone Company, with thanks for providing facilities for him to telegraph his friends and relations following his road accident in New York [United States]. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/177 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to A O Minnich, with thanks for his letter of 30 November. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/178-179 Letter from A O Minnich (Broadway, New York [United States]) to WSC, on fighting in Serbia, the disappearance of Montenegro and the campaign in Albania in the First World War, suggesting that he should write a book about it; includes copy of hand-written telegram by King Nikolas [? of Montenegro] to Franz Josef, Emperor of Austria, suing for peace (1916). 30 Nov 1931
CHAR 1/399B/180 Press-cutting, showing a letter from Will Rogers (Peiping, China) to the New York Times, praising the Royal Navy. 24 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/181-182 Letter from J Mayer to WSC, praising his lecture in Brooklyn, New York [United States], and offering sympathy on his road accident. 25 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/183-184 Letter from Katherine Mayo (Bedford Hills, New York [United States]) to WSC, commenting on the political situation in India, sending a cutting from the New York Times, showing an advertisement from Macy's Department Store, with a caricature of [Mohandas Gandhi]. [Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/185-186 Letter from Lothar Mannheimer (New York [United States]) to WSC, asking if he would be willing to write an article "All about England" for the City College magazine. [Dec 1931]
CHAR 1/399B/187 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Lothar Mannheimer (New York [United States]) regretting that WSC was unable to comply with his request [to write an article "All about England" for the City College magazine]. [Carbon]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/188 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to D B Morrison, declining his invitation [to a Burns Night dinner]. 18 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/189 Letter from D B Morrison (White Plains, New York [United States]) to WSC, with an invitation to a Burns Night dinner in New York. 15 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/190 Letter from Mrs M Warwick (New York [United States]) to WSC, asking for financial assistance. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/191-192 Letter from Jack Moulding (Greenwich, Connecticut [United States]) to WSC, offering sympathy on his road accident in New York, and reminiscing about his service in the Lancashire Hussars. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/193 Letter from F J Matheson (Long Island, New York [United States]) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident in New York. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/194 Letter from George Green, Assistant Head Waiter, The Monterey, New Jersey [United States], with best wishes for WSC's recovery following his road accident in New York. 19 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/195 Letter from Edward Mylius (New York [United States]) to WSC, offering sympathy on his road accident, and commenting on his "bigness" towards the driver of the car, reminiscing about kindnesses WSC extended to him twenty years earlier as Home Secretary, when Mylius was in Brixton Prison [London] awaiting trial for a libel on King George V. 21 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/196-198 Letter from Edward Martin (New York [United States]) to WSC, offering sympathy on his road accident, and asking if his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill [earlier Jennie Jerome] had been named after his wife's "Aunt Jenny", Laura Jane Jones (earlier Laura Jane Whitney) of Rochester, New York; also includes [? a proof] from Life magazine on WSC's accident and his views on the English-speaking peoples. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/199 Letter from Robert McCormick [Editor and Publisher, Chicago Tribune] to WSC, on WSC's stay with him during his visit to Chicago [United States], introducing Maxwell Corpening, who would act as his guide. 01 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/200 Letter from Major Eric Mackenzie, Comptroller to the Governor-General of Canada, 9th Lord Bessborough [earlier Lord Duncannon], to WSC, on WSC's stay at Government House, Ottawa. 29 Feb 1932
CHAR 1/399B/201 Letter from Dr J B Maguire (Highfield Road, Dublin [Ireland]) to WSC, acknowledging receipt of his cheque for 2l 2s in settlement of his account for medical treatment aboard the SS Majestic in January 1932. 18 Apr 1932
CHAR 1/399B/202 Map of the United States issued by the Union Pacific System, with Union Pacific railroads marked in red. c 1932
CHAR 1/399B/203 Alphabetical divider - N. c 1932
CHAR 1/399B/204 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to H G de Willmott Newman, Chairman, Bowes Park and New Southgate Conservative Association, regretting that WSC was unable to address the Association. [Carbon]. 23 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/205 Letter from Irma Wyckoff, Secretary to WSC, to Eugene Leggett, National Press Club, Washington [United States] regretting that WSC was unable [to address the Club]. [Carbon]. 12 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/206 Letter from Eugene Leggett, President, National Press Club, to WSC with an invitation to address the Club in Washington [United States]. 10 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/207 Letter from the Secretary to WSC to Herbert Glover, Director of News Broadcasting [Columbia Broadcasting System, CBS], New York [United States], regretting that WSC would be unable to record a New Year message when sailing for Bermuda aboard the SS Majestic. [Carbon]. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/208 Letter from Bernard Cohen (Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York [United States]) to the Secretary to WSC, on a broadcasting appointment [with Columbia Broadcasting System, CBS]. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/209 Letter from Douglas Noyes (South Orange, New Jersey [United States]) to WSC, with congratulations on Volume V of "The World Crisis", on the Eastern Front. [Dec] 1931
CHAR 1/399B/210 Letter from H G de Willmott Newman, Chairman, Bowes Park and New Southgate Conservative Association to WSC, with an invitation to address the Association. 07 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/211 Letter from Herbert Glover, Director of Broadcasting, Columbia Broadcasting System Incorporated [CBS], (New York [United States]), to Gerald Cohen, asking if WSC would be willing to record a New Year message. 29 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/212 Letter from James McCulloh, President, New York Telephone Company, to WSC, expressing pleasure that they were able to provide him with telegraphing facilities following his road accident in New York [United States]. 28 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/213 Letter from John Wiles (Long Island, New York [United States]) to WSC, with sympathy on his road accident, also reminiscing about his service in the Rifle Brigade and the 21st Mounted Infantry during the Boer War. 22 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/214 Letter from John Wheeler, General Manager, North American Newspaper Alliance (New York [United States]) to WSC, with congratulations on his article on being struck by a motor car. 30 Dec 1931
CHAR 1/399B/215 Letter from [?] Felix Wiley, the New York Times, to WSC, with congratulations on his recovery from his road accident. 16 Dec 1931