Papers, slides and photographs of Edward Mayow Hastings Lloyd relating to a visit to Malaya, Ceylon and Java, in 1928, as Assistant Secretary of the Empire Marketing Board, with William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore (later 4th Baron Harlech), Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies. Comprising box of slides of Malaya, Ceylon and Java, particularly views of agriculture and forestry; photograph album presented to Lloyd by C E A Dias, showing experimental and productive work on his estate in Ceylon; diary notes relating to visit and copy of Ormsby-Gore's official report on the visit (HMSO 1928 Cmd. 3235).
LLOYD, Edward Mayow Hastings (1889-1968)
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- Dates of Creation1928
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 box
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Administrative / Biographical History
Edward Mayow Hastings Lloyd: Born 1889; educated at Rugby School and Corpus Christi College Oxford; joined Inland Revenue, 1913; War Office Contracts Department, 1914-1917; Ministry of Food, 1917-1919; Economic and Financial Section of the League of Nations Secretariat, 1919-1921; Assistant Secretary, Empire Marketing Board, 1926-1933; Secretary, Market Supply Committee, 1933-1936; Assistant Director, Food (Defence Plans) Dept, 1936-1939; Principal Asst Secretary, Ministry of Food, 1939-1942; Economic Adviser to Minister of State, Middle East, 1942-1944; UNRRA Economic and Financial Adviser for the Balkans, 1945; CMG 1945; UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, 1946-1947; Under-Secretary, Min. of Food, 1947-1953; CB 1952; died 1968.
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Presented to ICS by Mrs Margaret Lloyd, 1976.
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