Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Freedom of Labour Defence Society, 1899 - 1916
The surviving archives of the Freedom of Labour Defence Society comprise minutes, correspondence, reports, investment papers and press cuttings. They were originally catalogued with the archives of the Society for Promoting the Training of Women, with which they were accessioned: they are presumed to have survived alongside the SPTW archives because of Jessie Boucherett's connections with both organisations.
Higher Education of Women, 1880 - 1933
John Massie: Letters to him
Letter from Israel Zangwill (1864-1926) to the Editor of 'The Times', 1890 - 1926
A protest against the tone of a leader on the female suffrage demonstration
Personal Papers of Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon, 1801 - 2000
Personal Papers of Bessie Rayner Parkes, 1654 - 2006
Personal Papers of Diane Worzala, 1972 - 1994
The papers listed here comprise some of Diane Worzala's written work on the 19th century women's movement, in particular her doctoral thesis on the Langham Place Circle [GCPP Worzala 1/3], together with a small quantity of lecture notes and correspondence. Brief biographical notes from 1987 and a CV dated December 1988 are to be found in GCPP Worzala 1/10 and 1/16 respectively.