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Conservative Party press-cuttings... Conservative Party press-cuttings, 1931-1970
Press-cuttings on public figures including Bessie Braddock, Walter Citrine, Walter Elliot, Will Lawther, Herbert Morrison, Peter Thorneycoft and Ellen Wilkinson.
This collection was created by the Conservative Party Central Office.
No destruction has taken place.
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Ralph Assheton, later Baron Clitheroe of Downham, Conservative politician
Arthur Blenkinsop, Labour politician
Mrs E M (Bessie) Braddock, Labour politician
Sir Leslie Cannon, electrical trade union leader
Walter Citrine, later 1st Baron Citrine, Trades Union Congress general secretary, 1925-1946, chairman of the British Electricity Authority/Central Electricity Authority, 1947-1957
Cameron Cobbold, later Baron Cobbold of Knebworth, Governor of the Bank of England, later Lord Chamberlain
Walter Elliot, Conservative politician
(Leonard) David Gammans, Conservative politician
Gwilym Lloyd George, later Viscount Tenby, Liberal/Conservative politician
Sir Godfrey Huggins, later Viscount Malvern, prime minister of Southern Rhodesia and the Central African Federation of Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland
Harry Hylton-Foster, Conservative politician
William Lawther, miners' trade union leader
David Vivian Penrose Lewis, later 1st Baron Brecon, Conservative politician.
Edward Martell, Liberal politician and publisher, founder of the People's League for the Defence of Freedom.
Frank Medlicott, National Liberal/Conservative politician
Percy Mills, later Viscount Mills, industrialist and Conservative politician
Herbert Morrison, later Viscount Morrison of Lambeth, Labour politician
Osbert Peake, later Viscount Ingleby of Snilesworth, Conservative politician
Captain Athelstan Popkess, Chief Constable of Nottingham
(George Edward) Peter Thorneycroft, later Baron Thorneycroft, Conservative politician
Ellen Wilkinson, Labour politician