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Seely, John Edward Bernard (1868-1947) 1st Baron Mottistone

GB/NNAF/P146433   (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P25686)

Location of Related Collections
Scopecorresp with Herbert Asquith
RepositoryOxford University: Bodleian Library, Western Manuscripts
Record ReferenceMSS Asquith link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 12685
Scope1876-1953: corresp and papers
RepositoryOxford University: Nuffield College Library
Record ReferenceMSS MOTTISTONE link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 16743 Seely
Other referencesee Hazlehurst, Whitehead & Woodland, Guide to the papers of British cabinet ministers 1900-1964, 1996
Scopeletters (27) from Alfred Deakin
RepositoryNational Library of Australia
Record ReferenceMS 1540 link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 25702
Scope1910-13: corresp with Lord Hardinge
RepositoryCambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
Record ReferenceHardinge link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 3853
Scope1912-18: corresp with Andrew Bonar Law
RepositoryParliamentary Archives
Record ReferenceBL link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19286
Scope1929-30: corresp with Sir BH Liddell Hart
RepositoryKing's College London: Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives
Record ReferenceKCLMA Liddell Hart B H link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19291
Scope1903-21: corresp with Walter Runciman
RepositoryNewcastle University: Special Collections
Record ReferenceWR
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 13873 Runciman
Scope1907-14: corresp with John St Loe Strachey
RepositoryParliamentary Archives
Record ReferenceSTR link to online catalogueexternal link - opens in a new window
NRA catalogue referenceNRA 19285

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