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Smith, Frederick Edwin (1872-1930) 1st Earl of Birkenhead, Lord Chancellor

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Alternative name(s):
  • Birkenhead (Also known as)
  • Parker-Smith (Also known as)
Surname: Smith
Forenames: Frederick Edwin
Gender: Male
Date: 1872-1930
Title: 1st Earl of Birkenhead
Biography: ODNB link for Smith, Frederick Edwin (1872-1930) 1st Earl of Birkenhead, Lord Chancellor
References: DNB; NCA Rules
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/P275030 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/P153227 )
Online related resources Bibliography of British and Irish History link for Frederick Edwin Smith
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
corresp and papers
See information in published source
See Hazlehurst, Whitehead & Woodland, Guide to the papers of British cabinet ministers 1900-1964, 1996
2
1924-28: papers as Secretary of state for India
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 20534
3
1916: notes on trial of Roger Casement
National Library of Ireland
See Trustees report 1981
4
1911-32: corresp with with Lord Beaverbrook
Parliamentary Archives
NRA 19284 Aitken
5
1907-19: letters (11) to RD Blumenfeld
Parliamentary Archives
NRA 13874
6
1910-29: corresp with 17th Earl of Derby
Liverpool Record Office
NRA 20761
7
1924-28: corresp with Lord Goschen
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 27452
8
1926-28: corresp with Lord Halifax
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 27436
9
1909-23: corresp with Andrew Bonar Law
Parliamentary Archives
NRA 19286
10
1913-30: letters to David Lloyd George
Parliamentary Archives
NRA 15700
11
1924-27: corresp with 2nd Earl of Lytton
British Library: Asian and African Studies
NRA 25554
12
1907-21: corresp with Lord Northcliffe
British Library, Manuscript Collections

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