regarding travel plans and current events: "...For my part I have made no plans for coming to Canada before Christmas...I find it very difficult to get away from here for any lengthy spell, as politics are becoming more active and more heated with every month that passes and I am taking a responsible part..."; CHURCHILL. Telegram to Colonel Frank Clarke, Washington, D.C., 22 November 1945, 2½ pages, 4to, stamped "SECRET" at head of each page, "...The President [Harry S. Truman] has asked me to visit Westminister University. Missouri, which is his home state, and deliver an address...This will obviously be a public appearance of considerable importance...If this plan appears...aggreeable, will you kindly let me know as soon as possible so that I can telegraph the President and he can fix the exact date of the Missouri meeting. Meanwhile all should be kept secret..." He alludes to his speech at Westminster College, which became famous as the "Iron Curtain" address; CHURCHILL. Programme signed "Dinner in honour of The Right Honourable Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill...," Waldorf-Astoria, New York, 15 March 1946, 12 pages, large 4to, 10 pages and photographic frontispiece, blue and white decorative page marker, front cover with engraved text, commemorative brochure for dinner given by the City of New York in Churchill's honor, signed in ink beneath the three-quarter length portrait of the former Prime Minister; together 3 items. (3) " /> CHURCHILL, <I>Sir</I> WINSTON S., <I>British Prime Minister</I>. Typed letter signed to Colonel Frank Clarke, London, 24 July 1946, <I>1¼ pages, 4to, personal stationery, marked "Private" by Churchill,</I> regarding travel plans and current events: "...For my part I have made no plans for coming to Canada before Christmas...I find it very difficult to get away from here for any lengthy spell, as politics are becoming more active and more heated with every month that passes and I am taking a responsible part..."; CHURCHILL. Telegram to Colonel Frank Clarke, Washington, D.C., 22 November 1945, <I>2½ pages, 4to, stamped</I> "SECRET" <I>at head of each page</I>, "...The President [Harry S. Truman] has asked me to visit Westminister University. Missouri, which is his home state, and deliver an address...This will obviously be a public appearance of considerable importance...If this plan appears...aggreeable, will you kindly let me know as soon as possible so that I can telegraph the President and he can fix the exact date of the Missouri meeting. Meanwhile all should be kept secret..." He alludes to his speech at Westminster College, which became famous as the "Iron Curtain" address; CHURCHILL. Programme signed "Dinner in honour of The Right Honourable Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill...," Waldorf-Astoria, New York, 15 March 1946, <I>12 pages, large 4to, 10 pages and photographic frontispiece, blue and white decorative page marker, front cover with engraved text,</I> commemorative brochure for dinner given by the City of New York in Churchill's honor, signed in ink beneath the three-quarter length portrait of the former Prime Minister; <I>together 3 items</I>. (3) | Christie's