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Indian Round Table Conference, 1930-31

Folder labelled 'India', containing general background material for Round Table Conference. Translation of article from Frankfurter Zeitung entitled 'India! The swaying bridge - England's greatest problem', [1929]. Statement of Policy by the Indian Empire Society [1931]. Booklet entitled 'The Daily Mail Blue Book on the Indian Crisis' 1931. Booklet entitled 'Mahatma Gandhi's movement from both sides' by Equity, 1931. Pamphlet entitled 'India. A restatement of Conservative Policy', by Sir Samuel Hoare, 1931. Speech on India given by Sir John Simon in House of Commons, 1931. 'Appreciation of the Indian Situation' by R[obert] J[emmett] S[topford], private secretary to Chairman of Indian Statutory Commission 1928-1930, 1931. Note by G.H. Baxter on Indian financial position, 1931. Letter to RAB from Eleanor Rathbone, enclosing her article in child marriage in India and memo on questions affecting status and welfare of Indian Women, 1931. Note on 'The present situation' in India by Robert Jemmett Stopford, with covering letter to RAB, 1931. Appeal by the Taluqdars of Oudh, [1931]. Note on 'The Indian situation after the second session of the India Round Table Conference' by D. Madhava Rao, [1931]. 'A forecast of the Indian situation next year: Gandhi's attitude on his arrival in India and other consequent developments' by D. Madhara Rao, [1931].

Foreign Office

Folder endorsed 'very sundry'. Proof for Armaments and Policy 1919-1939, copy speech by Adolf Hitler 28 April 1939, various articles on British policy, including two appreciations of events by Lord Hankey; notes on 'The end of economic man' by Peter Drucker; 'Why Great Britain cannot cut herself off from the Continent' by Professor A.J. Toynbee

Altrex Automatic Laboratory Techniques Exhibition, London

Held 1-3 February 1966. Synge chaired a lecture meeting addressed by K. Hannig on 'Recent advances in continuous electrophoresis in a free buffer film' on 3 February.

Correspondence re arrangements, 1965-1966; programme; manuscript note for Synge's introductory remarks.

Prospective candidate and General Election papers

letters to electors, invitations, reports on political climate in constituency 1928; election manifesto, tithe question letters, posters, speech notes 1929; programme of visits, press cuttings of campaign 1931; correspondence on campaign policy and congratulations, local and national propaganda 1935

General Election papers

Speech notes, photographs, lists of constituency workers, local press cuttings copy of notes for speakers and workers published by Conservative Central Office

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