Letters to Charles from various correspondents

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Includes reference to Charles' support for the introduction of a National Theatre and National Opera, relations with Russia, the Labour Party, education, reference to Charles' work on the Ancient Monuments Board, requests for assistance and letters of thanks, a letter disputing Charles' account of Winston Churchill's time at Harrow, a list of guests at a complimentary dinner to J Ramsay MacDonald, discussion of an inquiry at Borrowdale School following a dispute between the managers and the vicar, discussion of John Syme's incarceration and release from Broadmoor with a report of an examination of Syme, the Human Rights League of France (LDH), Clifford Allen's health and involvement with the Labour Party and a list of suggested lectures from the World Association for Adult Education.
Correspondents include D Jeffrey Williams, H L Stevens, R F Cholmeley, Henry W Nevinson, Robert Smillie, Raymond Bazley, Charles E George Webb, C Puckle, Agnes G Murphy, John Syme, Bernard Hart, Michael Karolyi, James Adams, H J Lane, Clifford Allen, Herma Lutz, Stanley Baldwin, A J Mundella, G F Beckk, Dorothy W Jones, Harry Packer, Margaret Bondfield, H A L Fisher, W Joynson-Hicks and George Bernard Shaw.
Some letters are in French and German.

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