Letters to Charles from various correspondents

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Includes discussion of education matters, politics, letters in support of Herbert Richmond following publication of letters describing his stance on reducing the size of the Royal Navy, reference to the National Trust, letters regarding the creation of the owl brackets at Wallington Hall, reference to the defeat of Charles' Education Bill to raise the school leaving age to 15 with copies of the bill and discussion of the location of Charles Edward Trevelyan's correspondence.
Correspondents include Gilbert Harding, J Holroyd Reece, Philip Snowden, H G Wells, George Macaulay Trevelyan, Herbert William Richmond, Sir Banister Fletcher, Raymond Beazley, Elsa Richmond, Cosmo Gordon Lang, Samuel Chapman, John Bell, H P Jackson, Anna M Philips, F W Cresswell, Kenneth Swan, Mary Morel, Lionel Holland, Sankey, Kenneth B Macaulay, Augustine Birrell, George Lansbury, Harold Laski, J Ramsay MacDonald, Parmoor and Sybil Thorndike.
Also includes a letter from Charles describing recent work undertaken on the Wallington estate.

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