Reference numberPB/9/1/129
Previous numbersJ.110
TitleCorrespondence with Harold WIlson
DescriptionPersonal and political correspondence, arrangements for meetings, comments on papers and reports by Blackett.


Wilson's letter of 10 October 1963 thanking Blackett for attending the Labour Party Conference at Scarborough: 'It was a great thrill to have you know - or should - how much all that was achieved then and will be achieved, derives from your inspiration and advice'.

Wilson's letter of 30 October 1964 re the General Election and Blackett's position as Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Council.

Correspondence of November 1968 in which Blackett was offered, and accepted, a Life Peerage, which he had rejected five years previously.
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