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Glass plate photographs of Cripps correspondence and speeches, 1931-1945

MS. 9661 photogr. 20

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  1. 'Box 1': Post-war Diary (October and November pages); letter from Tehran 1945 relating to Labour victory; correspondence possibly relating to China?; letter to Peggy Cripps; note on speech by Attlee; letter advising Cripps not to be publicly associated with Socialist Party after return from Moscow; letter from Goodfellows (Lord Parmoor?) in 1942 relating to the progress of the war; memo relating to post-war Poland; memo requesting the release of Polish prisoner
  2. 'Box 2': Copies of letters to Nehru (1939), Eden (1941), from Lord Parmoor (1931), from Chiang Kai-Shek (1940), Vyshinaki (1942); press release of speech in India 1937; letter of 1940 from Cripps on relationship with Russia; 1931 congratulatory letter; letter to the Prime Minister
  3. 'Box 3': Letter (1931) giving report on lunch with President of US; letter to Caitlin about conditions for transition to Socialism; 1931 congratulatory letter; letter abour fascism and Mosley; letter from Nehru; letter congratulating Cripps on speech; speech notes; memo (3 Dec 1940) on international relations; long typed document; letters from Harold Laski (1939)
  4. 'Box 4': Note on war aims - the Russian situation; letter from Nehru; broadcast on Russia; letter about leaving Russia mentioning Winston Churchill; handwritten document dealing with the situation in India; letter to Labonne (9 Jul 1940); letter to Eden (29 Jul 1941)


  • 1931-1945


1 box


MS. 9661 photogr. 20

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