Letters to Charles from various correspondents

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Includes discussion of trade with Russia, the work of the Union of Democratic Control (UDC) and the National Peace Council, reference to the British campaign in Salonika, response to a letter by Charles which appeared in Nation with a draft of Charles' draft letter to H J Massingham requesting publication, a statement by Maitland Hardyman regarding his treatment in the army as a member of the UDC, an invitation to become chairman of the National Peace Council, Charles' political career, an attempt to raise funds to prevent Bertrand Russell being sent for hard labour, reference to Robert Calverley's appearance before a military tribunal, copies of letters from Bertrand Russell in prison, measuring of the woods at Wallington by the Government Timber Committee and international relations.
Correspondents include [?] Lansdowne, George White, Harold Greenfell, George Bernard Shaw, Robert Calverley Trevelyan, F W Hirst, Stephen Gordon, James Walker, Harrison Barrow, Bertrand Russell, Ebby Edwards, W G Rinder, Elizabeth Trevelyan, Edvard Soermus, George Otto Trevelyan, John W Graham, Thomas Coates, Philip Snowden, Hugh Bell, Caroline Trevelyan, Mary Prestwich [Booa], H Baillie-Weaver, F D Blake, Arthur Henderson, Arnold Lupton and George Young.
One typescript letter has pencil annotations attributing it to M Philips Price.

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