Visitors’ book with Clementine’s SignatureDATE: 11th August 1908
This page from the Blenheim Palace visitor book shows Clementine’s signature on the day of her engagement to Winston Churchill. She has signed it twice; once with her maiden name, Hozier, and then again with her married name, Churchill.
Letter from Clementine to Winston Churchill 13th August 1908
Letter from Clementine to Winston Churchill 13th August 1908DATE: 13th August 1908
This letter was written by Clementine two days after Winston Churchill proposed to her at Blenheim Palace. She signs it in French, “Je t’aime passionnément”, which translates to ‘I love you passionately’.
Letter from Clementine to Winston Churchill 12 September 1909
Letter from Clementine to Winston Churchill 12 September 1909 DATE: 12 September 1909
Here, Clementine writes to Winston Churchill and reminisces about their journey to Blenheim Palace, which they took by steam train a year before. She affectionately refers to him as “Pug” and herself as “Kat”.
Letter from Winston Churchill to Clementine 21st April 1909
Letter from Winston Churchill to Clementine 21st April 1909DATE: 21ST April 1909
In this letter, Winston shares with Clementine proposed plans to return to Blenheim Palace, declaring “it will be delightful to be back again in Beautiful Blenheim”.
Winston and Clementine sculpture
Winston and Clementine sculptureDATE: 1906-1985
Sir Winston and Lady Churchill by Oscar Nemon (1906-1985). This bronze sculpture is one of more than 24 Churchill sculptures by Nemon which are found around the world.