Sir Almeric Fitzroy case 1922

Scope and Content

Fitzroy, Clerk to the Privy Council, was charged on remand for 'wilfully interfering with and annoying persons using Hyde Park'. Conviction was quashed.

Consists of:

- correspondence concerning monetary contributions towards legal expenses for Dorothy Broadbridge alias Turner who gave evidence in the case against Fitzroy

- press cuttings (1922) concerning the Fitzroy case