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MONT · Archief · 1886-1922

The collection consists mainly of letters and papers received by Montagu in the course of his political career, along with typescript copies of his replies. There are substantial series of correspondence with Curzon, Churchill, Asquith, Lloyd George, Chelmsford, Hardinge, Indian notables and India Office officials. The papers principally reflect Montagu's great interest in India, but there is also material on wartime reconstruction, Ireland, Egypt, and Turkey, as well as interesting personal accounts of the fall of the Asquith government in December 1916 and the Paris Peace Conference.

There are also more than five hundred original letters from Montagu to his mother, Lady Swaythling, from 1885 to 1918.

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Add. MS a/645 · Stuk · 1780
Part of Additional Manuscripts a

Bound volume of 56 poems in different hands with a manuscript title page identifying Charles Boddam as a member of Trinity College Cambridge. Includes poems by [Arnaud?] Berquin, [Christopher?] Butson, [Charles?] Emily ["Verses given up in Trin: Coll Hall Cambridge on the Commemoration Day"], the Hon. Charles Feilding, Charles Fox, [David] Garrick, Dr [John?] Langhorne, Lord Lyttelton, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, [Thomas?] Tickell, Thomas Warton, and Portia Young ["On a Woman of the town who was found dead in the fields"].

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RAB/G/25 · Bestanddeel · n.d. and 1952
Part of Papers of Lord Butler

Loose papers of 1952. Ceremonial papers from conferment of Honorary Degrees on RAB - Doctor of Law of Cambridge University, Doctor of Civil Law of Oxford University; [George Bernard] Shaw Memorial Appeal committee papers [RAB as president, appeal failed c. Aug 1952]; papers of Council of Management of St Antony's College, Oxford [RAB a member]; Conservative Research Department 'Report on present activities' by Michael Fraser and paper on 'Co-partnership - 1952' by David Dear; letter from Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (Sir Will Spens) offering RAB Honorary Fellowship; letters re activities of Royal Society of Literature; order of service for wedding of Richard Clive Butler and Susan Anne Maud Walker, 50th birthday greetings to RAB from Winston Churchill, appreciation of life of Sir Montagu Butler by S.C. Robert from Pembroke College Review

HOUG/EM/20/6 · Stuk · 11 Aug. 1858
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

1 Duncannon Street. - Has lately joined the business of his uncle [Lewis Vulliamy], whose last great work was Dorchester House in Park Lane for Mr Holford. Seeks recommendations for architectural work; remembers meeting Lord J. Manners at one of Milnes' Sunday breakfasts: 'He is a Leviathan in our Profession'; Mansfield Parkyns might also offer commissions. Remembers Milnes' kindness when together [on the Nile?]

HOUG/EM/20/5 · Stuk · 29 Dec. 1859
Part of Papers of Richard Monckton Milnes, Lord Houghton

1 Duncannon Street. - Is seeking post as private secretary for his brother [Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy]; he was educated at Oxford and Göttingen but has no profession; he acted as special correspondent for the Morning Post during the campaign in Italy; he should settle. George Vulliamy longs to add a grand staircase to [Fryston?] Hall; Dr. [Daniel?] Rock told him of Milnes' connection with Crewe Hall; has based a design upon it.

BUTJ · Archief · c. 1800-1975

The collection is comprised of letters, writings, documents, printed material, and photographs relating to Sir James Butler's life and work, as well as a considerable amount of papers belonging to members of his family, particularly his father Henry Montagu Butler, who served as Master of Trinity from 1886 to 1918. H. M. Butler's papers include a large group of correspondence, writings, appointment diaries, travel journals, and photographs. There are also significant groups of papers relating to Sir James's grandfather George Butler, headmaster of Harrow, and Sir James's brother Gordon, who died in World War I, and smaller groups of papers relating to his mother Agnata Butler and his brother Sir Nevile Butler.

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Correspondence
BUTJ/M/5/1 · Reeks · 1910–1916
Part of Papers of Sir James Butler (J. R. M. Butler)

Items 76-93, 95-96, 98, 100-109, 111-140 are copy letters; the originals are not in the collection. An incomplete collection of duplicates of these copy letters may be found at M5/1/141.