RepositorySpecial Collections Archives (GB 0029)
Ref NoEUL MS 435/2/7
Alt Ref NoEUL MS 435/16/8
Date1900-1944
LevelFile
Extent1 folder
TitleAssorted papers, 1900-1944
DescriptionComprising assorted items of ephemera relating to Cecil Harmsworth's personal and professional life. This file includes a booklet entitled 'Roadside Wastes' by Randolph A. Glen for the Commons and Footpaths Preservation Society; a sympathy letter from Duff Cooper after the death of Cecil Harmsworth's mother, Geraldine; an ordinance survey map of Dublin; printed 'Votes and Proceedings of the House of Commons', including speeches by the Speaker John Henry Whitely, dated 26-28 April 1921; an inspection certificate of the drains at No. 24 South Frederick Street in Dublin, dated 1923; a document entitled 'Pantheon de la Legion d'honneur'; a printed booklet entitled 'Dumbarton Oaks Conversations on World Organisation 21st August - 7th October, 1944: Statement of Tentative Proposals', concerning talks between government officials of the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the Soviet Union; a blank postcard of Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight; a printed speech; a typescript document entitled 'The Queen's After-Dinner Speech'; a licence for Cecil Harmsworth to use armorial bearings; and invitations to Henley Regatta;
LanguageEnglish
FormatVarious formats
Access StatusOpen
Creator_NameHarmsworth; Sir; Cecil Bisshopp (1869-1948); 1st Baron Harmsworth; liberal politician and businessman
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