Morley, Elisabeth Henrietta Ernestina Charlotte Headlam (1866-1950, née Sonntag, composer, suffragette and wife of Sir James Headlam-Morley)
- Existence: 1866 - 1950
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Includes Else's diaries (in German) and account books and papers relating to the suffragette movement.
Subjects include: their financial situation; problems with Else's sister and brother-in-law Emma and Philip Ashworth; trouble with Else's housemaid Emma [Grüssel]; Agnes Headlam-Morley's progress at school; Else's lack of time for composing; Else's anger against the Versailles peace conference and JWHM's part in it. Also includes a few letters from Agnes Headlam-Morley, Kenneth Headlam-Morley and Arthur Headlam.
Correspondents include: Robert Davenport; Kenneth Headlam-Morley; Edward Dent [President of the International Society for Contemporary Music] on performances of Else's opera 'Leonarda' at Salzburg and Innsbruck [Austria].