101R. John Simon to Harrod, 2 February 1926 [a]
Simon thanks Harrod for a statement of account regarding their common "effort to secure that the most distinguished living Oxonian should be Chancellor of the University."  However, he is afraid that "the Chancellorship must be defined as a `non-Party post which, by custom, is held by the most respectable Conservative available'." He hopes that in the future there would be further occasion of collaboration.
- a. TLS, one page, from 59 Cadogan Gardens, S.W.3. # , in HPBL Add 71617/34. Cc in Simon 50, fol 12.
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