General correspondence and papers, 1885-1948
This series embodies the bulk of Sankey's general correspondence and includes numerous copies of his own letters, either handwritten or in typescript. Also incorporated is his collection of newscuttings, notes of Cabinet meetings, copies of published articles, and invitations for social and official functions. The names of correspondents selected in the description which follows are intended as a general indication of the character of the collection and do not give reliable guidance as to the incidence of letters of particular individuals.
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MSS. Eng. hist. c. 502-521