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Chairman's Office correspondence with Macmillan and his Private Office, Dec 1961-Dec 1962

CCO 20/8/5

Correspondents include:-

  1. Armitage , Cllr C.V., Chairman of the Stockton Conservative Association
  2. Bligh, Sir Timothy, Principal Private Secretary to Harold Macmillan
  3. Coles, Gerald, Prospective Parliamentary Candidate, Stockton-on-Tees (1962)
  4. Collins, Diana, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
  5. Collins, the Revd. Canon L. John, Chairman of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (1958-1964)
  6. Davidson, Edward, Chairman of the Edward Heath Rectorial Committee
  7. Douglas-Hamilton, 14th Duke of Hamilton, President of the Building Societies Association
  8. Edwards, Sir Eric, Chairman, Executive Committee of the National Union (1957-1965)
  9. Fraser, Michael, Director of Conservative Research Department (1959-1964)
  10. Glyn, Sir Alan Jack, MP for Clapham (1959-1964)
  11. Hall, Jean, Women's Petition for International Disarmament
  12. Hiley, Joseph, MP for Pudsey (1959-1974) and President of Leeds Chamber of Commerce
  13. Kenrick, W.E., Vice-President of the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce
  14. Hughes, P., Hon. Secretary of the National Union of Teachers
  15. Macleod, Iain, Party Chairman (1961-1963)
  16. Macmillan, Harold, Prime Minister (1957-1963)
  17. O'Brien, Gerald, Director of Publicity, Conservative Central Office
  18. Pott, Henry Percivall, MP for Devizes (1955-1964)
  19. Woodfield, Philip J.
  20. Yonge, F., Miss, Personal Assistant to the Party Chairman

Subjects include:-

  1. The Prime Minister's meeting with the 1922 Committee Executive on 06/12/1962
  2. Recording problems during Macmillan's speech as mass meeting in Redruth, 30/11/1962
  3. By-elections in South Dorset, Chippenham, South Northants, Central Norfolk, Woodside, Sep-Nov 1962
  4. Rally to be addressed by Macmillan, Sophia Gardens Pavilion, Cardiff, 05/04/1963
  5. Prime Minister's speaking engagements for 1963, Nov 1962
  6. Offer of assistance to the Conservative Party from Sir Frederick Hooper, of Schweppes, Oct 1962
  7. Macmillan's support for Edward Heath for the Glasgow University Rectorial Election, Sep 1962
  8. Changes to the Leader's mass meeting element at the annual Party Conference, Sep 1962
  9. Arrangements for Macmillan's speech to the Annual Local Government Conference on 16/11/1962
  10. Leicester North East by-election, 12/07/1962
  11. Resale Price Maintenance, July 1962
  12. Iain Macleod's comments on Macmillan's draft speech at Luton Hoe, June 1962
  13. The Dock Strike, May-June 1962
  14. Middlesbrough West and West Derbyshire by-elections, June 1962
  15. Invitation for Macmillan to address a general meeting of Bromley Association of the National Union of Teachers on 09/11/1962
  16. Macmillan's use of a neck microphone during rallies at the Albert Hall, London, and Luton Hoe, May-June 1962
  17. Slum clearance and building of council houses, May 1962
  18. Iain Macleod's overview of the economic and political situation, May 1962
  19. Invitation for Macmillan to speak at the Building Societies Association, Apr 1962
  20. Stockton-on-Tees by-election, Apr 1962
  21. Invitation for Macmillan to speak to the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce, Mar-Apr 1962
  22. Senior Ministers' speaking engagements, 1960-1962
  23. Nuclear testing and unilateral nuclear disarmament, Feb-Mar 1962
  24. Orpington by-election, Mar 1962
  25. Resolution on Government policy by South Oxfordshire (Henley) Conservative Association, Mar 1962
  26. The Prime Minister's visit to the 1922 Committee, Feb 1962
  27. Wolfenden Report on Sport, Jan 1962
  28. Invitation to the Prime Minister to attend the Caithness & Sutherland Unionist Association fete at Skibo Castle, Dec 1961


  1. Message of congratulations from the Prime Minister to the Maghull Conservative Club on celebrating its Golden Jubilee, Mar 1962


  • Creation: Dec 1961-Dec 1962


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CCO 20/8/5

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