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Collection Details


Collection Name: Mass Conservatism: An Oral History of the Conservative Party
Repository Name: British Library. National Sound Archive [Repository Details]
Repository Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Local Identifier: C895
URL: http://cadensa.bl.uk/uhtbin/cgisirsi/x/0/5?searchdata1=C895%7B087%7D%2BAND%2BAX005%7B001%7D&library=ALL
Dates Spanned: 1998-1999
Description: Eight interviews with activists at various levels of the British Conservative Party including: Baroness Anelay of St Johns, Joyce Hill, Peter Hilton, Gordon McKelvie, Peter Schofield, Sir David Trippier, Patricia Webster and James Fukes. Carried out in conjunction with Ian Holliday, Department of Government at the University of Manchester, and the National Museum of Labour History where they were included in an exhibition entitled 'The Tories and the People: Mass Conservatism 1867-1997' (September 1998-January 1999)
Estimated Total of Interviews: 8
Broad Subjects: Politics
ASP Subjects: Conservatism--Great Britain; Conservative Party, UK; Oral history; Political parties--Great Britain; United Kingdom
Collection Code: OHC0002549