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CHAR 2/246 Public and Political: General: Wavertree, Norwood and Toxteth Elections.

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CHAR 2/246/1

Press statement by WSC on Randolph Churchill's decision to stand as an Independent Conservative in the Liverpool Wavertree by election.

1 folio
19 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/2

Press statement by James Platt, National Conservative candidate for Liverpool, Wavertree, refuting "absurd" claim by Randolph Churchill (the Independent Conservative candidate) that he was not prepared t fight for the "vital requirements of Lancashire Trade".

1 folio
[Jan] [1935]
CHAR 2/246/3

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC to H Lomax, (Twickenham, Middlesex) on Randolph Churchill's candidature in Liverpool, Wavertree [carbon].

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/4

Telegram from WSC to Duff Cooper, [later lord Norwich], (Financial Secretary to the Treasury), stating that Randolph Churchill did not apply the word "toad" to Stanley Baldwin but to [Conservative] Party bosses [copy].

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/5

Letter from Duff Cooper, [later 1st Lord Norwich], (Financial Secretary to the Treasury) to WSC, apologies for misrepresenting Randolph Churchill [who was standing as Independent Conservative candidate in Wavertee]. Stating that he understood from reports in the Daily Mail that Randolph had referred to Stanley Baldwin and Ramsay Macdonald as "two toads on the lion's nostrils". Asking if he should issue a correction to "The Times". Commenting that Randolph was putting up a grand fight, "and while I can't wish that he should get in I shall have a good laugh if he does" - also commenting that "Diana [Lady Diana Cooper] has left me for Max [Lord Beaverbrook] and/or Valentine Castlerosse".

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/6

Telegram from WSC to Duff Cooper [later Lord Norwich] asking his to issue a correction to the Times, of his attack on Randolph Churchill, accusing him of calling Stanley Baldwin a "toad" [copy].

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/7

Letter from Eric Long [later 3rd Lord Long], (Carlton Club, Pall Mall, London SW1) to WSC, asking if he could be of any help to Randolph Churchill the Independent Conservative candidate in Liverpool Wavertree.

1 folio
23 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/8

Telegram from WSC to Eric Long [later 3rd Lord Long], (Carlton Club, Pall Mall, London SW1), stating that Randolph Churchill would be deligted to have help in Liverpool Wavetree by-election. Suggesting that he ask members of the Carlton Club to send Randolph a telegram of good wishes [copy].

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/9

Telegram from WSC to Lady Birkenhead (Chester Street, London SW1) asking her to ask Freddie [2nd Lord Birkenhead] to answer Randolph Churchill's telegram asking for help in the Wavertree by election [copy].

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/10

Telegram from Margaret, Lady Birkenhead (Chester Street, London SW1) to WSC, regretting that her son, Freddie [2nd Lord Birkenhead] was unable to support Randolph Churchill as independent Conservative candidate in Liverpool Wavertree "your telegram places us in terribly difficult position between loyalty to you and official party in Liverpool, who always worked so hard for Fred [1st Lord Birkenhead]".

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/11

Letter from Ruby, Lady Carson (Cleve Court, Minister in Thanet) to WSC, confirming that Lord Carson had sent a letter of support to Randolph Churchill, the Independent Conservative candidate in Liverpool Wavertree. Hoping that he would get in with a good majority.

1 folio
24 Jan [1935]
CHAR 2/246/12

Telegram from WSC to Lord Carson (Cleve Court, Minister in Thanet), asking him to send a letter of support to Randolph Churchill, supporting his campaign as Independent Conservative candidate in Liverpool Wavertree [copy].

1 folio
24 Jan [1935]
CHAR 2/246/13

Typescript extracts from speech by Sir Thomas White, Chairman, Liverpool Constitutional Association, attacking Randolph Churchill, the Independent Conservative Candidate in the Wavertree By-Election. Describing Randolph as a "Great Lothario", and attacking his opposition to votes for women [carbon].

1 folio
25 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/14

Letter from WSC to Mrs K G Maclennan, thanks for contribution towards election expenses of Randolph Churchill in the Wavertree by-election [carbon].

1 folio
25 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/15

Letter from WSC to Terence O'Connor, on statements made by Sir Thomas White, about Randolph Churchill in the Wavertee by-election campaign. Asking if the double allusion to "Lothario" and "Casanovo" constituted a serious election libel. as the intention was clearly to prejudice women voters by a suggestion of immorality [carbon].

1 folio
25 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/16

Letter from Harold Robinson, Salford Royal Hospital to WSC, on his intention to leave hospital to support Randolph Churchill's by-election campaign in Wavertree.

1 folio
24 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/17

Letter from WSC to Harold Robinson, Salford Royal Hospital to WSC, on his intention to leave hospital to support Randolph Churchill's by-election campaign in Wavertree [carbon].

1 folio
26 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/18-23

Letter from Sir Henry Page Croft (Southwell Gardens, London SW7) to Randolph Churchill, supporting his campaign as Independent Conservative candidate in Liverpool Wavertree. Particularly his "fight for the maintenance of British Interests in India" [signed original, with typescript copy].

6 folios
26 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/24

Letter from the Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letter from a John Remer MP on the Wavertree by-election [carbon].

1 folio
28 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/25

Letter from WSC to John Remer MP, thanks for letter on the Wavertree by-election, which he had forwarded to Randolph Churchill [carbon].

1 folio
28 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/26

Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill (Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool), on hostile comment in the Evening Standard, on decision of Alan Lennox-Boyd MP [later Lord Boyd of Merton] to withdraw his support for Randolph Churchill because of declaration by the official Conservative candidate, James Platt on the India Bill. Stating that Charles Emmott MP had offered to take Lennox-Boyd's place on the platform [copy].

1 folio
28 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/28

Telegram from The Duke of Westminster (Eaton Hall, Chester), to WSC, on Randolph Churchill's campaign in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
29 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/29

Telegram from Randolph Churchill, (Independent Conservative Candidate in the Wavertree by-election) to Brendan Bracken, asking if he would be willing to speak at meeting in Liverpool.

1 folio
29 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/30

Telegram from Randolph Churchill, (Independent Conservative Candidate in the Wavertree by-election) to WSC, on hostile attitude of the "Morning Post", asking if he could do anything.

1 folio
29 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/33-34

Letter from WSC to the Duke of Westminster, on Randolph Churchill's campaign in the Wavertree by-election. Stating that what he most needed was canvassers, who could not be paid by the candidate, or anyone connected with him, but that it would be quite lawful for Westminster's estate workers to canvass on Randolph's behalf. Asking if he knew any of the "well to do folk" in Wavertree who might help [carbon].

2 folios
30 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/35

Telegram from the Duke of Westminster to WSC, congratulations on broadcast [on India].

1 folio
30 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/36

Telegram from WSC to the Duke of Westminster, (Eaton Hall, Chester) on support for Randolph Churchill in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
30 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/37

Letter from Charles Emmott MP (Palace Hotel, St Moritz) to WSC, offering support for Randolph Churchill as Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
26 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/38

Telegram from WSC to Charles Emmott MP (Palace Hotel, St Moritz) thanks for offer of support for Randolph Churchill as Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election [copy].

1 folio
31 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/39

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC, to Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letter from supporter of Randolph's campaign in the Wavertree by-election [carbon].

1 folio
31 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/40

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC, to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letter from H V Eardley Wilmot on betting and lotteries [carbon].

1 folio
31 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/41

Note from Violet Pearman to WSC, on support for Randolph Churchill's by-election campaign in Wavertree. Passing on advice from Hugh Orr-Ewing, India Defence League, suggesting that WSC should not visit Liverpool until the Tuesday before polling day.

1 folio
31 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/42-44

Note from Violet Pearman to WSC, transcript of extract speech by Sir Thomas Inskip [later Lord Caldecote] in the Wavertree by-election in support of the official Conservative candidate, James Platt, 30 Jan 1935, attacking WSC and his opposition to the India Bill.

3 folios
31 Jan 1935
CHAR 2/246/45

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, forwarding a cheque for 10l 10s towards his election expenses. [Carbon].

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/46

Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill, urging him not to broaden the issue by standing [in the Wavertree by-election] against the whole concept of a National Government, but to concentrate on opposition to the Government of India Bill [typescript draft, with handwritten annotations by WSC].

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/47

Letter from WSC to Michael Falcon, thanks for letter. Stating that he was sending cheque to Randolph Churchill to help his election expenses [carbon].

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/48

Letter from John Gretton (Stapleford Park, Melton Mowbray) to WSC, confirming that he would support Randolph Churchill's election meeting in Liverpool.

1 folio
03 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/49

Telegram from John Gretton (Stapleford Park, Melton Mowbray) to WSC, confirming that he would support Randolph Churchill's election meeting in Liverpool.

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/50

Telegram from WSC to John Gretton asking him to be in the House of Commons for Questions on the following Monday [copy].

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/51

Telegram from WSC to Donald Fergusson, Treasury, asking for details of whet he did about the Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool, during his time as Chancellor of the Exchequer [pencil copy].

1 folio
[Feb] 1935
CHAR 2/246/52

Telegram from John Gretton (Stapleford Park, Melton Mowbray) to WSC, confirming that he would support Randolph Churchill's election meeting in Liverpool [typescript copy of 2/246/49].

1 folio
02 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/53-54

Letter from Donald Fergusson, treasury to WSC, on his part in the building of the Mersey Tunnel, Liverpool. Stating that as Chancellor of the Exchequer he authorised a grant from the Road Fund of 50% of the approved cost of the Tunnel, or 2.5 million pounds, whichever was less.

2 folios
04 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/55

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letters on his election campaign in Wavertree - pointing out that there was a 10s note in one of the letters [carbon].

1 folio
06 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/56

Telegram from Randolph Churchill to WSC, confirming that he had placed a bet on WSC's behalf on Randolph's success in the Wavertree by-election, at odds of 4-1.

1 folio
06 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/57

Letter from the Duke of Westminster (Bourdon House, Berkeley Square, London W1) to WSC, on Randolph Churchill's "glorious fight" in the Wavertree by-election [Randolph had split the Conservative vote, allowing the Labour candidate to win].

1 folio
07 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/58

Telegram from WSC to the Duke of Westminster (Eaton Hall, Chester), thanks for support of Randolph Churchill in the Wavertree by-election [copy].

1 folio
08 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/59

Letter from James Watts, Junior, (Manchester) to WSC, on Randolph Churchill's good showing in the Wavertree by-election. Suggesting that they follow up with another attempt at Cambridge.

1 folio
08 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/60

Telegram from WSC to Otto Pickhardt, (New York City), thanks for telegram of congratulations on Randolph Churchill's performance in the Wavertree by-election [copy].

1 folio
09 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/61

Telegram from Otto Pickhardt, (New York City) to WSC, congratulations on Randolph Churchill's performance in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
07 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/62-64

Letter from Randolph Churchill to the Liverpool Daily Post, and the Manchester edition of the Daily Mail, thanking his supporters in the Wavertree by-election [typescript draft, with covering note by Violet Pearman].

3 folios
11 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/65

Letter from James Watts, Junior (Abney Hall, Cheadle, Cheshire) to WSC, asking him to sign two books. Also commenting on Randolph Churchill's performance in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
16 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/66

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, sending letter from Almeric Spencer and article by Beverley Baxter on the Wavertree by-election [carbon].

1 folio
18 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/67

Letter from WSC to Harold Robinson, and others, [supporters of Randolph Churchill in the Wavertree by-election] regretting that he could not support Richard Findlay, the Independent Conservative candidate.

1 folio
10 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/68-70

Letter from Harold Y Robinson and 10 others (all members of the team who fought for Randolph Churchill in the Wavertree by-election), High Street West Norwood, to WSC, asking if he would be willing to speak in support of Richard Findlay, the Independent Conservative candidate in the Norwood by-election.

3 folios
09 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/71-73

Letter from Oliver Locker-Lampson (St Stephen's Chambers, Westminster, SW1) to Randolph Churchill, on the Wavertree by-election. Asking if the Wavertree selection committee had turned him down because he was too young and too poor. Commenting on two other constituencies where the best candidates were rejected "merely because they could not compete with opulent half-wits and local sloth" [typescript copy].

3 folios
[Feb] 1935
CHAR 2/246/74

Letter from WSC to Lucy, Lady Houston, on the Norwood by-election [where Randolph Churchill was supporting the Independent Conservative candidate, Richard Findlay], commenting that the ground at Norwood was ill-chosen, but there was no alternative to going forward [carbon].

1 folio
10 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/75

Letter from Lucy, Lady Houston, (Byron Cottage, Hampstead Heath) to WSC on the Norwood by-election [where Randolph Churchill was supporting the Independent Conservative candidate, Richard Findlay]. Suggesting that WSC should "enter the fray himself".

1 folio
08 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/76

Letter from Randolph Churchill to WSC on the Norwood by-election.

1 folio
[Mar] 1935
CHAR 2/246/77

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letter from A Jolly on the Norwood by-election.

1 folio
12 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/78

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, (May Fair Hotel, Berkeley Street, London W1) to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, acknowledging receipt of letters from Craig Mitchell and A A Jolly on the Norwood by-election.

1 folio
14 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/79-80

Letter from A A Jolly (St Ann's Road, Barnes, London SW13) to WSC, thanks for forwarding letter on the Norwood by-election to Randolph Churchill.

1 folio
15 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/81

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, (May Fair Hotel, Berkeley Street, London W1) to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, returning articles by Almeric Spencer and Beverley Baxter.

1 folio
18 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/82-83

Letter from Almeric Spencer, (Hotel Washington, Curzon Street, Mayfair, London W1) to WSC, enclosing presscutting from the "Sunday Referee", 10 Feb 1935, "The Folly of Mr Churchill" by A Beverley Baxter, attacking WSC's policies on India and rearmament.

2 folios
15 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/84-89

Letter from Mark Goulden, Managing Editor, The Sunday Referee, to Almeric Spencer, returning Spencer's article "Lose India and Increase our Unemployment", [a reply to article by Beverley Baxter, attacking WSC's policy on India]. Regretting that he could not publish it due to pressure of space.

6 folios
14 Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/90

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letter from the India Defence League on the Perth by-election [carbon].

1 folio
23 Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/91

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, on letter from Mr Fenton of Southport, asking if she felt that it could be ignored.

1 folio
02 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/246/92

Letter from [Violet Pearman] Private Secretary to WSC to Terence O'Connor, on alleged libel of Sir Thomas White by Randolph Churchill.

1 folio
03 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/246/93

Letter from WSC to Sir Reginald Poole, on alleged libel of Sir Thomas White, Chairman of Liverpool Constitutional Association by Randolph Churchill during the Wavertree by-election campaign [carbon].

1 folio
04 Apr 1935
CHAR 2/246/94

Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill, (Plaza Hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentina), instructing him to return "forthwith" to face libel action "otherwise consequences gravely injure your reputation especially Wavertree" [Sir Thomas White had brought an action, claiming that Randolph had libelled him during the Wavertree by-election campaign].

1 folio
07 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/246/95-96

Letter from Sir Reginald Poole, (Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, Ely Place, London EC1) to WSC, on libel action against Randolph Churchill by Sir Thomas White. Confirming that the case would probably be heard in Manchester or London in July.

2 folios
07 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/246/97-98

Letter from T D Macdonald, (India Buildings, Water Street, Liverpool) [Randolph Churchill's former election agent in Wavertree] to WSC, asking if he would be willing to help the son of one of Randolph's supporters to join the administrative staff of the Air Ministry.

2 folios
[May] [1935]
CHAR 2/246/99

Letter from [Violet Pearman] Private Secretary to WSC to T D Macdonald, (India Buildings, Water Street, Liverpool), stating that WSC would take up the case of Mr Croston with the Air Ministry [carbon].

1 folio
31 May 1935
CHAR 2/246/100

Letter from [Violet Pearman] Private Secretary to WSC to the Private Secretary to Sir Philip Sassoon, Under-Secretary of State for Air, on the case of a Mr Croston, who was anxious to obtain an administrative post with the Ministry [carbon].

1 folio
31 May 1935
CHAR 2/246/101

Letter from the Private Secretary to Sir Philip Sassoon, Under-Secretary of State for Air, to [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC, on the case of a Mr Croston, who was anxious to obtain an administrative post with the Ministry. Stating that it was very unlikely that any suitable vacancy could be found for him, but that his details would be kept on file.

1 folio
07 May 1935
CHAR 2/246/102-103

Telegram from Randolph Churchill, Buenos Aires, Argentina, to WSC, on possible libel action bought by Sir Thomas White.

2 folios
09 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/246/104

Letter from WSC to E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, London, on libel action against Randolph Churchill by Sir Thomas White [carbon].

1 folio
17 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/246/105-106

Letter from E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, London, to WSC, on libel action against Randolph Churchill by Sir Thomas White. Suggesting that it would be better to hold the trial in Manchester rather than London, as a Manchester jury was more likely to by sympathetic.

1 folio
11 Jun 1935
CHAR 2/246/107

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Randolph Churchill, sending copies of American articles - asking for comments [carbon].

1 folio
05 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/108

Letter from E Roderick Dew, Lewis and Lewis, Solicitors, Ely Place, London EC1 to WSC, on out of court settlement between Randolph Churchill and Sir Thomas White, for libel in the Wavertree [Liverpool] by-election. Stating that the result [Randolph agreed to pay damages of 1,000 pounds] was far better than fighting the action out. Commenting that the settlement would not affect Randolph's political career, but if he had been cross examined by Sir Patrick Hastings it was possible that "things would have been said which might have had some reaction hereafter".

1 folio
16 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/109

Letter from Kenneth Henderson, Legal Department, Associated Newspapers Limited, Carmelite House, London EC4, to WSC on the out of court settlement between Randolph Churchill and Sir Thomas White, for libel in the Wavertree [Liverpool] by-election [in which Randolph agreed to pay damages of 1,000 pounds]. Commenting that Randolph's prestige as a journalist and politician had not suffered, and the report in the Times made it quite clear that he did not grovel in any way.

1 folio
16 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/110

Letter from WSC to E Roderick Dew, Lewis &Lewis, Solicitors, commenting that he was satisfied with the outcome of Randolph Churchill's libel action against Sir Thomas White. Thanking Dew for his support [carbon].

1 folio
18 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/111

Letter from WSC to Kenneth Henderson, Legal Department, Associated Newspapers, commenting that he was satisfied with the outcome of Randolph Churchill's libel action against Sir Thomas White. [in which Randolph made an out of court payment of 1,000 pounds]. Stating that he particularly appreciated the chivalrous manner in which the Daily Mail rated Randolph's interests above their own. [Carbon].

1 folio
18 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/112

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill (The May Fair Hotel, Berkeley Street, London W1) to Grace Hamblin, Private Secretary to CSC. Thanks for letter stating that CSC had accepted an invitation from the Egyptian Legation on Randolph's behalf.

1 folio
30 Jul 1935
CHAR 2/246/113

Telegram from T H Macdonald to Randolph Churchill, on speaker for election meeting in Toxteth [copy].

1 folio
20 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/114

Letter from [Violet Pearman], Private Secretary to WSC to Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, forwarding letters received by WSC on the election campaign [carbon].

1 folio
26 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/115

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, returning letters from Lord Derby and A W Hopkins on the election campaign.

1 folio
29 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/116

Letter from Lord Derby (Derby House, Stratford Place, London W1) to WSC, offering to help Randolph Churchill's election campaign in Liverpool West Toxteth.

1 folio
23 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/117

Letter from A W Hopkins (Park Road East, Birkenhead) to WSC, on Randolph Churchill's election campaign in West Toxteth. Stating that "Socialist rowdyism" was very highly organised in the constituency and that Randolph would not have a chance of airing his views. Commenting that as a Fascist, he believed that "people who pay, and go to listen to a speaker are entitled to be allowed to do so, and that if Randolph was a Fascist "we would see to it that what he wished to say he would be allowed to say, without fear or favour".

1 folio
24 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/118

Telegram from WSC to Randolph Churchill, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, confirming arrangements for election visit to West Toxteth.

1 folio
[Oct] 1935
CHAR 2/246/119

Letter from Lilian Buck, Private Secretary to Randolph Churchill, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, to Violet Pearman, Private Secretary to WSC, sending cuttings from local and national press on Randolph's election campaign in West Toxteth.

1 folio
30 Oct 1935
CHAR 2/246/120

Telegram from CSC to Randolph Churchill, Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, agreeing to speak at Women's meeting in West Toxteth [copy].

1 folio
03 Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/121

Letter from Lord Lloyd (Portman Square, London W1) to WSC, on success of election meeting for Randolph Churchill in Liverpool.

1 folio
05 Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/122

Telegram from WSC to Patrick Buchan-Hepburn, [later Lord Hailes], Central Committee Rooms, East Toxteth, Liverpool to WSC, thanks for letter on election meeting.

1 folio
13 Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/125-126

Election leaflet for Randolph Churchill, Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election, on Britain's trade losses in India [2 copies].

2 folios
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/127

Election leaflet for Randolph Churchill, Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election, on Home Rule for India.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/128

Election poster for Randolph Churchill, Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/129

Election address of Joseph Cleary, Labour candidate in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/130

Election leaflet for Randolph Churchill, Independent Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election, on Britain's trade losses in India.

2 folios
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/131

Election address of Joseph Cleary, Labour candidate in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/132

Election address of James Platt, National Conservative candidate in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/133

Election address of A Ernest Greaves, National Conservative candidate in the Wakefield by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/134

Liberal Party Leaflet "A Few Reasons Why You Should Support the Liberal Party".

1 folio
[1935]
CHAR 2/246/135

Election address of Artro Morris, Liberal Candidate in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/136-152

Speech by Randolph Churchill, Independent Conservative Candidate at the Wavertree by-election [two typescript drafts].

17 folios
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/153

Presscutting on Richard Findlay, Independent Conservative candidate in the Norwood by-election.

1 folio
Mar 1935
CHAR 2/246/154

Printed cartoon by Harry Hill on Randolph Churchill's candidacy in the Wavertree by-election.

1 folio
Feb 1935
CHAR 2/246/155

Election leaflet by Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth "Randolph Churchill exposes Socialist Humbug".

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/156

Election address of Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth, General Election, Nov 1935.

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/157

Election leaflet of Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth, General Election, Nov 1935 "If you agree as we do that Churchills are good got you - Just give your vote to Randolph and see what two can do".

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/158

Election leaflet of Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth, General Election, Nov 1935.

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/159

"Final message" of Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth, General Election, 1935.

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/160

Election leaflet of Randolph Churchill, Conservative candidate for West Toxteth, General Election, 1935.

1 folio
Nov 1935
CHAR 2/246/161

Cutting from the Liverpool Daily Post, reporting attack on Randolph Churchill by a crowd throwing bananas, orange peel and mud, during a tour of West Toxteth in a loudspeaker van.

1 folio
04 Nov 1935