Party Politics and Decolonization: The Conservative Party and British Colonial Policy in Tropical Africa, 1951-1964

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Manuscript Collections

Public Record Office
Departmental papers held by the Public Record Office, Kew.

The Conservative Party Archives
The Conservative party archives, held by the Bodleian Library, Oxford, contain a number of different sections corresponding to the party's constituent units. The author was also granted special permission to consult the minutes of the 1922 Committee from 1951 to 1959, which are held in the party archives but are not generally available.
Private Papers of Other Organizations
The Africa Bureau, Rhodes House Library, Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 1681.
The British Commonwealth Producers Organization, Royal Commonwealth Society, London.
The Convention of Associations, Rhodes House Library, Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 594.
The Empire Industries Association, Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick.
The Federation of British Industries, Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick.
John Holt Co., Rhodes House Library, Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 825.
The Joint East and Central Africa Board, Royal Commonwealth Society, London.
The Kenyan European Elected Members Organization, Rhodes House Library, Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 596

Major Collections of Personal Papers
BIGGS-DAVISON, Sir JOHN, House of Lords Record Office, London. Special permission to use these papers was granted by Lady Biggs-Davison.
BLUNDELL, Sir MICHAEL, Rhodes House Library, Oxford, MSS Afr. s. 746. Special permission to use these papers was granted by the late Sir Michael Blundell.
WELENSKY, Sir ROY, Rhodes House Library, Oxford. Special permission to use these papers was granted by the late Sir Roy Welensky. At the time of publication this collection was in the process of being catalogued. The citations used in the text adhere, as far as is possible, to the new classifications.

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