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[Photographic copies of Cabinet papers, CAB 37/1 to CAB 37/162] [microform] / Public Record Office
Bib ID 2484168
Format MicroformMicroform, ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Great Britain. Cabinet Office
 
Description [London] : Public Record Office, [19--] 
48 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. 
Summary

A collection of photographic copies of memoranda circulated to the Cabinet from 1880 to the end of 1916 compiled from various official and private sources.

Notes

Public Record Office CAB 37/­1-162

Public Record Office, London.

Guide at RM mfm G 7999.

Index/Finding Aid Note For details of contents see: 
Subjects Great Britain. - Cabinet Office - Records and correspondence  |  Great Britain - History - 19th century - Sources.  |  Great Britain - History - 20th century - Sources.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - 19th century.  |  Great Britain - Politics and government - 20th century.
Time Coverage 1800-1916 
Other authors/contributors Great Britain. Public Record Office

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