MC:P275/N3 Printed Home Office material collected by Sir Austin Strutt
The Regulations for the Supply of Refreshments at the Home Office.
A file entitled: Re-organisation of Home Office, containing papers about the staff structure and the work of the department. [18 items]
MC:P275/N3/3–4 1945–6 and n.d.
Material relating to the planning and organising of the official WWII Victory Celebrations on 8 June 1946.
N3/3 Proceedings of the Ministerial and Official Committees.
N3/4 A note on Home Office paper, dated 25 February but no year is given, from Strutt to Gerald Harriss, Fellow Archivist/Librarian. It refers to Strutt’s donation of N3/3 to Magdalen College.
A copy of ‘Plain Words, a guide to the use of English’ by Sir Ernest Gowers.
A pamphlet about the history and duties of Her Majesty’s Civil Service Commissioners.
Material relating to court procedures.
N3/7 Twenty-one printed pages entitled ‘AT THE COURT OF ST. JAMES’S’. [21 items]
N3/8 An undated note on a slip of Home Office paper attached to N3/7, presumably written by Strutt, states that these pages covered the business dealt with by the Queen’s first and second Privy Councils.
MC:P275/N3/9 Summer 1961
Volume 39 of the Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Administration.
A sheet entitled ‘The Oath of a Privy Counsellor’.
MC: P275/N3/11 n.d.
A Home Office manual, consisting of five typed and bound books, and concerning royal protocols and tradition relating to honours and titles, possibly for use during the reign of George VI as the manual refers to ‘the King’. [5 items]
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