|Churchill/POLL 3/1 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Congratulations on Ministry of Health
||Entry into Cabinet
||1963 Profumo Affair: letters dealt with
||Leadership 1965 (Shadow Defence)
||Letters on refusal to enter Lord Home's Administration
||General political correspondence
||Political comment: Glasgow [Scotland] speech
The Papers of Enoch Powell
(former reference: Political 7: 1963-64)
||May 1964-Nov 1964 (The majority of folios date to October 1964.)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Correspondence, mainly letters of congratulation to JEP for retaining his seat and on his appointment as Transport Spokesman, with correspondents including: Lord Sandon [President, Wolverhampton South West Conservative Association, later 7th Lord Harrowby] (3); Edgar Kingston-McCloughry; Gilbert Longden; Bernard Braine; David Butler [Co-Editor of Electoral Studies]; William Rees-Davies; Paul Hawkins; Sir John Russell; Roland Wilson; Robert Jenkins; Anthony Bourne-Arton (2); Sir Reginald Northam, Principal of Swinton Conservative College; Harold Gurden; John Cashman [Private Secretary to JEP as Minister of Health]; Olive Lloyd-Baker; [?] Ted Curtis; Andrew Freeth; Reverend Canon [Thomas] Jenkin Pugh; Richard Hayward, Secretary General, Civil Service National Whitley Council (Staff Side).
Also includes: letters from JEP's constituents on electoral issues, particularly education; campaign notes.
|Wolverhampton Conservative Association|
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