Letter from Sir A. Beverley Baxter to Mrs. Bishop regarding a war loan.
[typed] 19 Oakwood Court,
16th May 1960.
Dear Mrs. Bishop:
With reference to your visit to my headquarters at the last Advice Evening I wrote to the Chancellor of the Exchequer about the fall in the price of 3 1/2 per cent. War Loan, I now enclose a letter from the Economic Secretary to the Treasury explaining the situation. I am afraid this is rather long and complicated but it does give a clear picture of the Government's position. If you find it difficult to understand perhaps your Bank Manager could explain it to you.
I am sorry I have been unable to help you with your problem.
With kind regards,
[handwritten] Beverley Baxter
[typed] Mrs. Bishop.
49 Harlech Road,
Palmers Green, N.
Sir Arthur Beverley Baxter (1891-1964) was a Canadian born journalist and politician. He spent most of his career in the United Kingdom.
This letter was written to my grandmother when Beverley-Baxter was MP for Southgate.
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