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Collection Level Description: Papers of Maurice F. Headlam and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam

Reference: MSS. Eng. hist. b. 240, c. 1096-121, d. 512, e. 383-4
Title: Papers of Maurice F. Headlam and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam
Dates of Creation: 1871-1963
Extent: 30 shelfmarks

Language of Material: English



Administrative/Biographical History

Maurice Francis Headlam (1873-1956) was a civil servant. He was Assistant Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Austen Chamberlain, 1903-5, and Treasury Remembrancer and Deputy Paymaster for Ireland, 1912-20. Details are given in Who Was Who. His brother was Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam (1877-1955).

Scope and Content

Papers of Maurice F. Headlam and Brigadier General Hugh R. Headlam and of other members of the Headlam family, including journals, correspondence, drafts of articles, printed material, and press cuttings.

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

The papers were given to the Library in 1986.

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Access Points

Civil service

Headlam | Hugh R | 1877-1955 | Brigadier General

Headlam | Maurice Francis | 1873-1956 | Civil Servant


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