Correspondence: Surnames T, U, V
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- Title: Correspondence: Surnames T, U, V
- Description: File of correspondence between Osborn and various organisations, associations and individuals extracted from the main sequence of correspondence by Osborn. Contains correspondence with: Tennessee Valley Authority (1 item); Thames Land Company Limited (1 item); Time and Tide publication (9 items); The Times (18 items); The Times Book Club (6 items); Town and County Councillor Journal (1 item); The Tribune (1 item); Mrs H. Talboys (4 items); Mr L.Z. Talmadge (4 items); Mr Edgar A.D. Tanner (2 items); Professor Eva G.R. Taylor (8 items); Mrs Isabel Taylor (2 items); Dr Temple, The Archbishop of Canterbury (2 items); Mrs Frances Temple (2 items); Mrs A.N. Thiselton (10 items); Rev. J.A. Thomas (9 items); R.J. Thomas (8 items); Mr Peter Thomason (7 items); Mrs Anne Harding Thompson (1 item); Mr W. Harding Thompson (16 items); Mr A.G. Thomson (2 items); Mr D. Halton Thomson (2 items); Miss Muriel Thomson (4 items); Captain G.E.P. Thorneycroft (3 items); L. Thresh (1 item); Major F.P. Tindall (7 items); Mr Norman Tiptaft (5 items); Mr Frederick Tomlinson (2 items); Mr Maynard Tomson (3 items); Mr Humphrey Toulmin (3 items); Arnold Toynbee [photocopy] (3 items); Hallam Trapnell (4 items); Professor G.M. Trevelyan (3 items); Assistant Commissioner H. Alker Tripp (2 items); Miss Eyleen W. Turner (5 items); Mr Donald Tyerman (2 items); J.P.T. [?Joseph P. Thorp] (1 item); U.N.A. (1 item); United Ratepayers' Advisory Association (5 items); Mrs V. Underwood (2 items); Sir Andrewes Uthwatt (12 items); Mrs Joan E. Valentine (2 items); Mr H.J. Venning (2 items); Mr E. Rowland Voyce (2 items).
- Date: 1942-1945
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- Extent: 44 items
- Document Reference: DE/FJO/B159/65
- Level: File
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