PHILIP SNOWDEN - AUTOGRAPH CIRCA 1929 CO-SIGNED BY: ETHEL SNOWDEN, JAMES H. HUDSON, P. J. GRIGG, FREDERICK W. LEITH-ROSS, WILLIAM GRAHAM, HENRI JASPAR, MAURICE P. (1ST BARON HANKEY) HANKEY, MINEICHIRO ADACHI, ARTHUR HENDERSON - HFSID 23936
REPARATIONS CONFERENCE, 1929 A sheet of signatures from a Reparations Conference at Hague in 1929, signed by high ranking officials Philip Snowden, James H. Hudson, Mineichiro Adachi, P.J. Grigg, and six others. Extremely rare! Signatures: "Philip Snowden", "Ethel Snowden", "James H. Hudson", "P.J. Grigg", "F.W.
Sale Price $255.00
REPARATIONS CONFERENCE, 1929
A sheet of signatures from a Reparations Conference at Hague in 1929, signed by high ranking officials Philip Snowden, James H. Hudson, Mineichiro Adachi, P.J. Grigg, and six others. Extremely rare!
Signatures: "Philip Snowden", "Ethel Snowden", "James H. Hudson", "P.J. Grigg", "F.W. Leith Ross", "Arthur Henderson", "William Graham", "Henri Jaspar", "M.P.A. Hankey" and "M. Adachi" (in English and Japanese) 6¾x8½. Titled: "Reparations Conference, The Hague, Aug. 1929". Accompanied by sheet listing each signer and giving a brief biography. PHILIP SNOWDEN (1864-1937) was a British politician and the first Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer. He was created Viscount Snowden of Ickornshaw and served as Lord Privy Seal from 1931-1932. In 1905, he married ETHEL ANNAKIN (1880-1951), a prominent member of the suffragette movement. She was Governor of the British Broadcasting Corp. JAMES H. HUDSON (1881-1962) served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Chancellor. ARTHUR HENDERSON (1863-1935), one of the chief organizers of the British Labour Party, Britain's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs from 1929-1931 and President of the Disarmament Conference of 1932, was awarded the 1934 Nobel Peace Prize. WILLIAM GRAHAM (1887-1932) was a British politician, serving as Financial Secretary to the Treasury (1924) and President of the Board of Trade (1929-1931). SIR P.J. GRIGG (1890-1964) served as First Secretary to Winston Churchill and Secretary of State for War. FREDERICK W. LEITH ROSS was a high-ranking treasury official. HENRI JASPAR (1870-1939), Prime Minister of Belguim, was a Doctor of Law who also served as Minister for Economic Affairs (1918-1920), Minister of the Interior (1920) and Minister for Foreign Affairs (1920-1924). MAURICE P. HANKEY (1877-1963) served as England's Secretary of the War Cabinet and Secretary-General to the Reparations Conference. MINEICHIRO ADACHI (1870-1934) of Japan served as President of the International Court at The Hague. Irregular left edge due to removal from book. Lightly creased. Fine condition.
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