Found in 415 Collections and/or Records:
Memorandum [author unknown] on equal pay for women, with text House of Commons Resolutions on equal pay, 1920 and 1921.
Printed pamphlet - Germany Re-Arming - A Study of the Actual Situation in Germany, issued by Friends of Europe, St Stephen's House, Westminster.
Printed pamphlet - "The Military Preparedness of German Industry", issued by Friends of Europe, St Stephen's House, Westminster.
Cuttting from The Belfast News-Letter Jubilee Supplement "Ireland During the King's Reign".
Typescript extracts from speech by Sir Thomas White, Chairman, Liverpool Constitutional Association, attacking Randolph Churchill, the Independent Conservative Candidate in the Wavertree By-Election. Describing Randolph as a "Great Lothario", and attacking his opposition to votes for women [carbon].
Letter from Eugenie Hibbard (East Franklin, Vermont Hills [United States]) to Mrs West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she thanks her for ensuring that the "sisters" [those involved with the hospital ship Maine] received the Queen's medal and asks her for a photograph.
Letter from Williams (War Office) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] informing her that [John] Brodrick has decided to make an exception and grant five women medals [for their work with the hospital ship Maine].
Letter from E M Wilson (War Office) to Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] enclosing 14 medals [not present] for distribution to the American staff of the hospital ship Maine. Envelope present.
Copy of a letter from Jennie Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill](Sunderland House, Mayfair [London]) to ?Swiftly concerning the separation of Consuelo [Duchess of Marlborough] from "Sunny" [Charles, 9th Duke of Marlborough]. She comments that Consuelo had "brought the whole thing on herself" and on the reaction of society "How the women who have had 20 lovers & are kept by rich Jews et autres will be virtuously shocked..".
Notes about Lady Randolph Churchill's activities with the Primrose League [for her book "The Reminiscences of Lady Randolph Churchill"]. Manuscript in the hand of Lady Randolph Churchill.
Copy of an article entitled "Modern Manners and the Unmannerly Age" by Mrs Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in The Cosmopolitan which includes observations on social customs and etiquette and the deportment and conduct of women. Printed, annotated in pencil by Lady Randolph Churchill.
Copy of an illustrated article entitled "A Journey in Japan" by Lady Randolph Churchill [in The Pall Mall Magazine] about her visit to Japan with Lord Randolph Churchill in 1894. Printed.
Draft copy of an article [by Lady Randolph Churchill] for the New York World which includes observations about society in London and New York [United States], Mrs William Astor's [Mary Astor's] comments about American "salons" and the position of women in both countries. Typescript with manuscript corrections.
Notes for speeches [given by Lady Randolph Churchill] which include a synopsis of a lecture on women in politics and female suffrage; a synopsis of a lecture on "society at work and play" and the text of a speech given at the Women Writers' Dinner. Typescript.
Photograph of nurses being presented with medals at Bourbourg [France].
Photograph of Lady Randolph Churchill and Lady Curzon [formerly Lady Georgiana Churchill, later Lady Howe] with Lord Curzon [later Lord Howe] seated in a pony carriage. Caption reads "How the Woodstock [Oxfordshire] election was won".
Letter from Jennie [Jerome, later Lady Randolph Churchill](Paris [France]) to [Lord Randolph Churchill] in which she says that she has been dancing, describes the Moultons' ball and says that she was criticised for attending such an occasion before her marriage by [Charles, Comte de] Fitzjames. She says that she will not go to future dances and sympathises with his anxiety [about Lady Portarlington's health].
Issue of the St Stephen's Review published to commemorate 'Primrose Day' and dedicated to the Primrose League which includes cartoons and satirical pieces about Lord Randolph and an item about Dames of the Primrose League which mentions Lady Randolph Churchill. Some of the cartoons are annotated with notes about the identity of those portrayed.
Letter from Helene [Princess d'Orleans] (Sheen House, East Sheen, Surrey) to Lady Randolph [Churchill] thanking her for a letter and a photograph which she says will be a souvenir of her time spent at Sandringham and which she will use as a example of how women may help their husband to accomplish great things and says that she is looking forward to seeing her again.