Item Details

Call Number: MS Gen 1465/25
Date of Creation: 1928
Place of Creation: London, England
Level of Description: Item
Part of MS Gen 1465
Content: Political diary of Alexander MacCallum Scott, 1928, Vol.1 (Jan.1-Mar.4)
Thames floods; views on Lloyd George and Liberal Party; Labour versus the Liberal Party; art of travel; particular reference to James Maxton, his 1916 arrest and current connections with A.J. Cook; passing mention of Sidney Webb, Sir John Simon, and talk with Dr. Ethel Bentham on birth control; obituary and reminiscences of Asquith
Access: Normal conditions
Language: English
Material Type: Diary
Accession Number: 4337
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Repository Code: GB 0247

Names associated with this item:

author: Alexander MacCallum Scott 1874-1928
M.P., Glasgow Bridgeton, 1910-1918.
subject: Herbert Henry Asquith 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith 1852-1928
Prime Minister, 1908-1916.
subject: Ethel Bentham fl.1928
subject: Arthur James Cook fl.1928
subject: David Lloyd George Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor 1863-1945
Prime Minister, 1916-1922.
subject: James Maxton 1885-1946
M.P.
subject: John Allsebrook Simon 1st Viscount Simon 1873-1954
Lawyer and politician. Attorney-General from 1913 and Home Secretary during the first world war.
subject: Sidney James Webb Baron Passfield 1859-1947
Historian and social reformer.
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