Ministry of Health correspondence relating to housing issues, 1919-1921
Ministry of Health correspondence relating to housing issues, 1919-1921, including (fols. 1-307) correspondence, (fols. 50-113) 'Lloyd George and Garden Cities', concerning German and Belgian provision of housing for industrial workers, (fols. 135-169) copies of correspondence from Addison to Lloyd George on housing, and discussion of a Military Service Act, 1919-1920, (fols. 170-188) on housing schemes for London and building workers, Mar. 1919-Oct. 1920, (fols. 189-221) 'Housing Bonds', June 1919-May 1920, (fols. 222-297) with Thomas Macnamara, Ministry of Labour on building labour, unemployment and progression of building schemes, 1919-1921, and (fols. 298-307) with the Walsall Town Clerk on housing finance, Jan. 1920, and (fols. 308-443) correspondence, (fols. 381-396) with the Institution of Municipal and County Engineers on a Housing Conference, Nov. 1919, (fols. 401-403) on the Housing Bonds Campaign, Dec. 1919, (fols. 405-413) with Neville Chamberlain on the report of the Unhealthy Areas Act, and the Birmingham Small Arms Company housing scheme, Feb.-May 1920, (fols. 415-429) on housing in Hastings, 1920, (fols. 430-434) with J.L. Breton, French Minister of Health agreeing to attend the Inter-allied Housing and Town Planning Congress, June 1920, and (fols. 435-442) on private builders subsidy, June-July 1920.
- Creation: 1919-1921
Language of Materials
MS. Addison dep. c. 154
Box 7 (= fols. 1-49, 114-134, 170-297); 25 (= fols. 50-113, 135-169, 298-307); 53 (= fols. 308-443): file 15.2 (= fols. 1-297); 15.2-2/460 (= fols. 298-307); various (= fols. 308-443)