Found in 414 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Eustace Fiennes [Eustace Twisleton-Wykeham- Fiennes] (86 Eaton Terrace, Eaton Square [London]) to WSC [First Lord of the Admiralty], asking if it would be possible for Elspeth Beardmore [later Elspeth, Lady Invernairn] to launch a ship from the Beardmore Yard on the Clyde and commenting on WSC's progressive attitude.
Vicky Ford, Conservative MP for Chelmsford and Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group MP interviewed by Jackie Ashley on Theresa May's legacy for Women, 2019-05-22
Ford thinks her impact has been 'massive' in getting more women to stand for Parliament. Ford talks about Theresa May's support in her constituency. Ashley asks about May's cabinet and the proportion of women and speaks about the chances provided to her.
"What the Conservatives will do: a shortened version of the Conservative and Unionist Party's policy: General Election, 1951", 1951
Photo shows WSC smiling and talking to a female officer during visit to inspect British forces in Cologne, Germany.
Files on subjects from 'C' to 'W'.
Letter from Jo Richardson, women’s rights spokesperson, with a Shadow Cabinet paper on plans for a Ministry of Women, and a letter from Lady Howe of Aberavon, chairman of Business in the Community, on taking forward women’s economic development.
Press cutting of WSC's article for the Sunday Chronicle, looking at the subject from both an historical perspective, focusing on figures such as Joan of Arc, and examining the contemporary situation around the world, commenting on the morality of women fighting.
Five women MPs who brought about change in their countries tell the stories of their parliaments. Over 100 women from over eighty countries and five continents took part in a special debate in the House of Commons Chamber - it was the first time women from around the world had sat and spoken in the UK Parliament. Sones heard from Linda Fairbrother.
Letters between JEP and M Brown on a forthcoming action on the ordination of women.
Minutes and reports of committee meetings and from the National Conference of Labour Women.
Correspondence on interviews with NK, including a transcript of an interview, mainly on NK’s views on women.
Mainly pamphlets and flyers issued by the League, a non-party association of constitutional and militant suffragists dedicated to resisting Imperial Taxation. Includes a draft of a paper by Else advocating the withholding of taxes, annotated by JWHM.