MC:P2/5/1P Photographs related to Banbury affairs
Photographs of Dodds-Parker and Winston Churchill delivering speeches at a Conservative Party rally held at Blenheim Palace (see pp.7–8 of Political Eunuch for an account of this rally, MC:P2/5/1P/30–31 for more photographs of the event, and MC:P2/5/1N/1 for press-cuttings on it).
2 photographs of Dodds-Parker giving a speech at Ditchley (in connection with the 1950 General Election?).
2 photographs of Dodds-Parker’s posters put up in Banbury for the 1951 General Election.
2 photographs of Dodds-Parker opening a “Festival Show”, on a rainy day, probably at Chipping Norton, as the name of a photographer from there is printed on the back.
12 photographs of Dodds-Parker taken outside the Houses of Parliament with various groups of visitors of all ages from his Banbury constituency.
Photograph of a tea party, 1940s?
Three photographs of an owl sitting above an election poster for Dodds-Parker.
Photograph of Dodds-Parker, taken while he was an MP for Banbury. The man third from left was Miles Thomas of Morris Motors, and fourth from the left is his wife.
Photograph of Aileen Dodds-Parker at a Conservative Party Fete. Other figures include Mrs. J. Hayward-Lonsdale and her two sons.
Two further photographs of Dodds-Parker with visitors from Banbury outside the Houses of Parliament.
Photograph of Dodds-Parker giving an after-dinner speech, with Aileen Dodds-Parker sitting on his right. No inscription, but since the photographer comes from Witney, it was probably taken at a constituency event.
Two photographs taken at at a Conservative Party rally held at Blenheim Palace, respectively showing Winston Churchill and Lord Sandford (then Chairman of the Banbury Conservative and Unionist Association) giving speeches. Aileen Dodds-Parker can be seen seated to the left of the speaker in the latter photo. See MC:P2/5/1P/1–2 for more photographs of the event.
MC:P2/5/1P/32 c. 1945–1959
Photograph of Dodds-Parker (cut from a larger photo).
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