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Churchill/POLL 1/1 contains:
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36 Personal correspondence
37 Personal correspondence
38 Personal correspondence
39 Personal correspondence
40 Personal correspondence
41 Personal correspondence
42 Personal correspondence
43 Personal correspondence
44 Personal correspondence
45 Personal correspondence
46 Letters of condolence on 1987 General Election
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The Papers of Enoch Powell

Title Personal correspondence
Reference POLL 1/1/41
(former reference: Personal 12)
Covering Dates 01 Mar 1989–06 Jan 1992 (The majority of folios date to 1991.)
Extent and Medium 2 files (239 folios)
Content and context

Correspondents include: Professor Edward Kenney; Peter Ball, Bishop of Lewes; John Browne (3); Vernon Bogdanor [Reader in Government, Brasenose College, Oxford] on the selection of Alexander Douglas-Home [later Lord Home of the Hirsel] as Prime Minister (3); Julian Amery (2); Colonel Patrick Robinson, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (3); [Leslie] Michael Saunders Watson; Patrick Cormack on subjects including the portrait of JEP by Graham Jones (9); Graham Jones (3); James Ramsden; Andrew Lansley, Director of the Conservative Research Department (2); Mollie, Lady Butler of Saffron Walden; Professor Sir Karl Popper; Peter Clarke [former Private Secretary to JEP]; Sir Clifford Boulton; Anthony Favell; Peter Cropper; Sir Ian Heathcoat Amory (2); Christine Nicholls, Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography (2); Michael Noakes; Kenneth Minogue, Professor of Political Science, London School of Economics and Political Science (2); Kenneth Baker on including work by JEP in a Conservative anthology; Nicholas Shakespeare, Literary Editor of the Daily Telegraph, on his resignation; Wendy [Joan], Lady Batsford, on the death of Sir Brian Batsford [earlier Brian Cook]; Rosie Llewellyn-Jones, British Association for Cemeteries in South Asia (5); Mark Schreiber [later Lord Marlesford]; Joan, Baroness Seccombe [Vice-Chairman of the Conservative Party]; Air Chief Marshal Sir Denis Smallwood; J G Bayliss, Gazette Editor, The Old Edwardian Association (3); Norman MacLeod; David Griffiths on his portrait of JEP (4).

Other subjects include: literary requests and enquiries; JEP's memorial address for Diana Spearman; Hugh Gaitskell.

Also includes: photograph of Graham Jones's portrait of JEP; text of interview by Major Archibald Jack for the Imperial War Museum on the work of SOE [Special Operations Executive] in Yugoslavia in 1943.

Reverse chronological order.

Access and Use

Folios 158-180 closed as they contain personal and confidential information on a living individual. Review 2013.

Index Terms
Second World War (1939-1945)
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