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Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Includes arrangements for a memorial to E D Morel, an extract from The Field on shooting, reference to the Union of Democratic Control (UDC), the Labour Party and the Independent Labour Party (ILP), discussion of Mary Prestwich [Booa]'s will, discussion of the circumstances of the death of Walter Barker's son, reference to an inquiry at Borrowdale School, the management of Cambo School, a cutting on Vancouver and a letter describing George Lowthian's demeanour.
Correspondents include T A Leonard, Mary Morel, Neville Chamberlain, E E Walker, Margaret Morris, Herbert Coxon, George Neil, Marjorie Pentland, W E Moll, William Prestwich, Walter Barker, Henry Otto Trevelyan, Francis Acland, Anna M Philips, Geoffrey Young, Basil Williams, Herbert Carliol, Margaret McCourtney, Herbert Richmond, Kitty Gordon, Robert Smillie, Johnson Nixon, Clifford Allen, Lydia S Graham, Hugh Bell, Laurence Housmann, Parmoor, Arthur Ponsonby R H Tawney and Sybil Thorndike.

Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Includes discussion of politics, reference to education matters, reference to to Priory Gate School in Suffolk, reference to his daughter Katharine [Kitty]'s acceptance to Girton College Cambridge, teachers' salaries, reference to the Prayer Book debates, notice of Arthur Ponsonby's resignation from the Union of Democratic Control's executive committee, an account of a visit to Czechosovlakia, a letter from the Forestry Commission describing terms under which they would take on Harwood Farm and reference to Chopwell Colliery.
Correspondents include Lawrence Hausman, Shapurji Saklatvala, H M Swanwick, M Philips Price, R B Graham, Louise Creighton, Maurice Dobb, P Gwyn Hughes, Edgar P Young, John Bell, Kenneth B Macaulay and Ranjitsinhji.
Also includes manuscript notes for Charles' speech at the 1928 Trevelyan man hunt and a letter to Austen Chamberlain regarding a visit from Wang Ch'ung-hui to discuss trade with China.

Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Includes discussion of education matters, politics, letters in support of Herbert Richmond following publication of letters describing his stance on reducing the size of the Royal Navy, reference to the National Trust, letters regarding the creation of the owl brackets at Wallington Hall, reference to the defeat of Charles' Education Bill to raise the school leaving age to 15 with copies of the bill and discussion of the location of Charles Edward Trevelyan's correspondence.
Correspondents include Gilbert Harding, J Holroyd Reece, Philip Snowden, H G Wells, George Macaulay Trevelyan, Herbert William Richmond, Sir Banister Fletcher, Raymond Beazley, Elsa Richmond, Cosmo Gordon Lang, Samuel Chapman, John Bell, H P Jackson, Anna M Philips, F W Cresswell, Kenneth Swan, Mary Morel, Lionel Holland, Sankey, Kenneth B Macaulay, Augustine Birrell, George Lansbury, Harold Laski, J Ramsay MacDonald, Parmoor and Sybil Thorndike.
Also includes a letter from Charles describing recent work undertaken on the Wallington estate.

Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Includes discussion of politics, literature, education and family news.
Correspondents include John T Clare, Joseph Newbegin, Naomi Mitchison, Bridget Plowden, Richard Acland, A Holland Hibbert and Sybil Thorndike.
Also includes a letter to Anna M Philips from Mildred Heywood following the death of Geoffrey Heywood.

Letters to and from Katharine

Includes family news, life at Cambo and Sidcot school, discussion of politics including Charles' campaigning in Newcastle, reference to charity work, Mary's activities in Northumberland including a visit to Warkworth Castle and involvement in Women's Institute events.

Letters to Charles and Mary from Katharine

Letters from Sidcot School including family news, classes, hockey, school trips including an accound of the may day festival at Bristol University Settlement, reference to her work with the Cubs and an account of a field day in which the students had to find their way back to the school.

Letters to Charles and Mary from Katharine

Includes letters from Schule Schloss Salem with reference to lessons and sports, letters from an Order of Woodcraft Chivalry camp at Godshill, discussion of applications and entrance exams for Cambridge and Oxford, letters while at Great College Street London and Woodbrooke Settlement, letters and a picture postcard from Paris, letters from Somerville College and a response to Charles' suggestion to invest in war loans.
Also includes letters of congratulations to Mary on Katharine winning scholarship to Somerville College Oxford, a manuscript copy of 'the poem which won her the scholarship' and circulars from the Order of Woodcraft Chivalry.
One letter is in French.

Letters to Charles and Mary from Katharine

Letters from Somerville College Oxford and London.
Includes reference to a fire at Sandy Balls destroying the Order of Woodcraft Chivalry sites, an account of a visit to Swansea, news of her studies and life in halls, picture postcards of Taymouth Castle and Wastwater, a stay at Welcombe, failing exams, hockey and reference to a debate on birth control which women were barred from attending.
Also includes a cutting of an obituary for Maurice Littleboy - Master at Sidcot.

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