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MS 2123

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Collection Summary

Creator
Walsh, Thomas
Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh
Pankhurst, Adela
Title
Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh papers
Date Range
1905 - 1961
Collection Number
MS 2123
Extent
2.97 metres (14 archives boxes + 1 volume)
Language of Materials
English
Repository
National Library of Australia

Introduction

Scope and Contents

Contains typescript articles, addresses and broadcasts by both Walshes on political and social issues significant in Australia's inter-war years such as strike, arbitration, Russia and communism, friendship with Japan and women's rights; papers on the Federated Seamen's Union of Australasia which include Accounts of the N.S.W. Branch, 1912, the General President's Weekly Expenditure Books for 1925 and 1926, a Register of Members for 1929, articles on court cases, minutes of meetings in 1925 and 1929, and papers on the industrial dispute at Innisfail in 1922; a few papers on the Australian Seamen's Union, including a draft constitution and rules; correspondence dating from 1906 containing union and personal letters; roneod and printed items such as The Voice of the People and The People Guild bulletins and International Anti-Communist Entente literature; and photographs relating to the feminist movement in Great Britain.

Conditions Governing Access

Please refer to the collection's catalogue record for the access conditions (http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn743606).

Conditions Governing Use

Copying and publishing of unpublished manuscript material is subject to copyright restrictions. For such material, written permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s). Copying of unpublished material for research purposes is permissible 50 years after the death of the creator of the material.

Preferred Citation

Items from this collection should be cited as '[Title or description of manuscript item], Papers of Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh, National Library of Australia, MS 2123, [box number and series and/or file number]'.

Other formats available

This collection is held on microfilm, which is to be used under supervision and may only be viewed on a reader without printing facilities.

Biographical / Historical

Adela Pankhurst Walsh: Feminist. Activist in the Australia First movement and the Australian Women’s Guild of Empire. Daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst.

Thomas Walsh: Trade union leader. General Secretary, Federated Seamen’s Union of Australasia, 1919-1921 and General President, 1921-1926.

Item Descriptions

Class MS 2123. Original Consignment

Political newspaper cuttings, 1924-1925 (File 1) - Box 1

Seamen's Union Strike W.A, 1924-1925 (File 1) - Box 1

John Curtin Blacklisted (File 1) - Box 1

Liquor Referendum, 1925 (File 1) - Box 1

White South Africa (File 1) - Box 1

Moate v. Walsh (File 1) - Box 1

Political newspaper cuttings (File 2) - Box 1

Wheat Industry, 1939 (File 2) - Box 1

National Security (File 2) - Box 1

Industrial matters (File 2) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1939 (File 3) - Box 1

International Events (File 3) - Box 1

Defence Policy (File 3) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1934-1939 (File 4) - Box 1

Russia, 1934 (File 4) - Box 1

International Affairs, 1939 (File 4) - Box 1

Comments by T.W. (File 4) - Box 1

Gardens expulsion from A.L.P. (File 4) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1926-1934 (File 5) - Box 1

Peace in Industry Conference, 1928 (File 5) - Box 1

Anti-Russian Material (File 5) - Box 1

Letter to A.P.W. on Industrial Peace (File 5) - Box 1

New Seaman's' Union (File 5) - Box 1

T.W.'s comments (File 5) - Box 1

J.J. Gaoled (File 5) - Box 1

China (File 5) - Box 1

Rise of fascism (File 5) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1935-1940 (File 6) - Box 1

Zionism, 1935 (File 6) - Box 1

War, 1941 (File 6) - Box 1

T.W.'s anti-Russian material (File 6) - Box 1

T.W. rejoins Seamens Union, 1930 (File 6) - Box 1

Fight with Keenan (File 6) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1934-1941 (File 7) - Box 1

War (File 7) - Box 1

China, 1941 (File 7) - Box 1

Coal and dock strikes (File 7) - Box 1

Japan-China, 1937 (File 7) - Box 1

Industrial Relations, 1937 (File 7) - Box 1

English Fascists, 1937 (File 7) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1940 (File 8) - Box 1

Japan, 1940 (File 8) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1940 (File 9) - Box 1

A.P.W. Senate Paper, 1940 (File 9) - Box 1

War Coalminers, 1941 (File 9) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, 1940-1941 (File 10) - Box 1

Japan-War, 1940-1941 (File 10) - Box 1

Newspaper cuttings, Japan, 1941 (File 11-14) - Box 2

Newspaper cuttings Seamen and the Reds, 1931 (File 15) - Box 2

Material 1928-1937 on Russia (File 15) - Box 2

Communism; Party Politics and Australia (File 15) - Box 2

Material on Communism (File 16) - Box 2

Mostly Women's' Guild of Empire radio broadcasts (File 16) - Box 2

Material on Communism (File 17) - Box 2

Women's' Guild of Empire (File 17) - Box 2

China and Japan (File 17) - Box 2

A.P.W. material on Communism workers (File 18) - Box 2

Industrial relations, John Curtin (File 18) - Box 2

Economics, Nazism, War Foreign Policy Labor Party's new policy (1930), Russia, Empire (File 19-20) - Box 2

Education, correspondence (File 21) - Box 3

T.W. Smith's weekly (File 21) - Box 3

A.P.W. What coal strike really means, 1938 (File 21) - Box 3

2 UE scripts (File 21) - Box 3

T.W. on Christianity, communism (File 22) - Box 3

Anti-Russian material by Vincent Vocovich and H.R. Knickerbocker (File 22) - Box 3

Anti-Russian articles (File 23) - Box 3

A.P.W. coal strike (File 24) - Box 3

Some Communism material (File 24) - Box 3

Fascism (File 25) - Box 3

Communism and the Labor movement (File 25) - Box 3

2 UE scripts (File 25) - Box 3

Nazism (File 26) - Box 3

Women's' Guild of Empire (File 26) - Box 3

2UE scripts (File 26) - Box 3

A.P.W. on Russia and workers (File 27) - Box 3

Middle East (File 28) - Box 3

Party Politics (File 28) - Box 3

H.G. Wells (File 28) - Box 3

India (File 28) - Box 3

Wages (File 29) - Box 3

Japan (File 29) - Box 3

Birthrate in Australia (File 29) - Box 3

Is it Legal? T.W. on Seamans Union;, 1938 (File 30) - Box 4

Registration (File 30) - Box 4

Communism (File 30) - Box 4

Fascism (File 30) - Box 4

Lenin (File 30) - Box 4

Christianity (File 30) - Box 4

Anti-Russian articles (File 31) - Box 4

Anti-Russian articles (File 32) - Box 4

Japan (File 32) - Box 4

Fascism (File 32) - Box 4

Empire (File 33) - Box 4

Russia (File 33) - Box 4

British blockade runners 1861-1863 and, 1936-1938 (File 33) - Box 4

Russia (File 34) - Box 4

Education (File 34) - Box 4

Organised Labor reply to Schreiber (File 34) - Box 4

Japan (File 34) - Box 4

Russia (File 35) - Box 4

International Peace Campaign (File 35) - Box 4

Empire (File 36) - Box 4

Communism (File 36) - Box 4

Japan (File 36) - Box 4

Stalin (File 37) - Box 4

Revolution (File 37) - Box 4

Industrial Peace (File 37) - Box 4

Communism (File 38) - Box 4

Government regulation of vice (File 38) - Box 4

Communism in schools (File 39) - Box 4

Birth control (File 39) - Box 4

High prices (File 39) - Box 4

Agriculture in U.S.S.R. (File 39) - Box 4

Feminism (File 40) - Box 4

Christianity (File 40) - Box 4

Europe in Crisis (File 40) - Box 4

Communism and Marine Transport Workers (File 40) - Box 4

T.W., 1931 (File 40) - Box 4

Our obligations to U.S.A. (File 40) - Box 4

Foreign policy (File 41) - Box 5

Empire (File 41) - Box 5

Russia (File 41) - Box 5

Revolution (File 41) - Box 5

Jews (File 41) - Box 5

Coalfields (File 42) - Box 5

Munich (File 42) - Box 5

Pig-Iron (File 42) - Box 5

Re-Armament (File 42) - Box 5

Curtin (File 42) - Box 5

Defence (File 42) - Box 5

Refugees (File 42) - Box 5

Spain (File 43) - Box 5

Capitalism (File 43) - Box 5

Population (File 43) - Box 5

Housing (File 43) - Box 5

Spain (File 44) - Box 5

Empire Day (File 44) - Box 5

Soviet Russia's aid to Red Spain (File 44) - Box 5

China (File 44) - Box 5

League of Nations (File 44) - Box 5

Communism (File 44) - Box 5

Women and Housing (File 44) - Box 5

Women at work (File 45) - Box 5

China (File 45) - Box 5

Party Politics (File 45) - Box 5

Russia (File 45) - Box 5

Empire (File 45) - Box 5

Australia (File 45) - Box 5

Russia (File 46) - Box 5

Defence (File 46) - Box 5

Wages and birthrate (File 46) - Box 5

Fascism (File 46) - Box 5

Communism in Spain (File 46) - Box 5

Communism (File 47) - Box 5

Curtin and Imperial Defence (File 47) - Box 5

Democracy (File 47) - Box 5

Guild of Empire (File 47) - Box 5

Class War (File 48) - Box 5

India (File 48) - Box 5

Japan (File 48) - Box 5

Coal strike (File 48) - Box 5

Coal Strike (File 49) - Box 5

War (File 49) - Box 5

Refugees (File 49) - Box 5

Empire (File 49) - Box 5

National Service (File 49) - Box 5

Wages and birthrate (File 49) - Box 5

Australia's future (File 49) - Box 5

Class war (File 49) - Box 5

Russia (File 49) - Box 5

Women and Society (File 49) - Box 5

Women's' Guild of Empire (File 50) - Box 5

Communism (File 51) - Box 6

Jews (File 51) - Box 6

U.S. and the Haitians (File 51) - Box 6

Communism and Russia (File 52) - Box 6

Futility of Seamans' strikes (File 53) - Box 6

T.W., 1931 (File 53) - Box 6

Guild of Empire (File 54) - Box 6

Coalmining strike (File 54) - Box 6

The Douglas social credit system (File 54) - Box 6

Emancipation in Russia (File 54) - Box 6

The Case for Industrial and Political Unity (File 54) - Box 6

Communism (File 54) - Box 6

China (File 54) - Box 6

Russia (File 55) - Box 6

The New Education and World Peace (File 55) - Box 6

Communism (File 55) - Box 6

Photos, various (File 56) - Box 6

Newspaper cuttings on Communism (File 57) - Box 6

Correspondence 1927 (folio) (File 58) - Box 6

"The Voice of the People", "The People's Guild" and "Australian Foreign Policy" by Adela Pankhurst Walsh (File 59-60) - Box 6

Early correspondence A.P.W. (File 61) - Box 7

T.W. and J.J. (File 61) - Box 7

Report on the Red Trade Union International (File 61) - Box 7

The Convention of Seamen (File 61) - Box 7

Innisfail dispute (File 62) - Box 7

Material on the internal workings of the Seamans' Union during the, 1920's-1936 (File 63) - Box 7

Material on the internal workings of the Seamans' Union during the, 1920's (File 64) - Box 7

Letters, telegrams, accounts, relationship between J.J. and T.W. (File 64) - Box 7

Various correspondence (File 65-67) - Box 7

Correspondence 1937-1937 Seamans' Union Strike (File 68) - Box 7

Various correspondence (File 69) - Box 7

General correspondence (File 70) - Box 7

Correspondence, 1940 (File 71) - Box 8

Correspondence, 1940-1941 (File 72) - Box 8

Correspondence 1941 and undated (File 73) - Box 8

Russia (File 76) - Box 8

Russia (File 77) - Box 8

War (File 77) - Box 8

Industrial Peace (File 77) - Box 8

"Another Aspect of Maternal Mortality and Morbidity and Infant Mortality" by Marion Piddington (File 78) - Box 8

Communism (File 78) - Box 8

International Class War Prisoners (File 78) - Box 8

Aid (File 78) - Box 8

The Far South (File 78) - Box 8

World's Wheat (File 78) - Box 8

"Russia after Eight Years" by Stephen P. Duggan (File 78) - Box 8

Report on Women's Wages and Conditions, N.S.W. (File 78) - Box 8

Australian Women's Guild of Empire (File 78) - Box 8

Seamans' Union Strike, T.W., 1935 (File 79) - Box 8

Rules of Seamans' Union (File 79) - Box 8

Russia (File 80) - Box 8

Labor Party, Industry (File 81) - Box 9

Russia (File 81) - Box 9

"The Magic Fishbone" (A play in one act) (File 81) - Box 9

Industrial Peace (File 82) - Box 9

Soviet Russia (File 82) - Box 9

Empire (File 82) - Box 9

Scots College (File 82) - Box 9

The Coalfields (File 82) - Box 9

Peace or War in Industry (File 83) - Box 9

Seaman's Union (File 83) - Box 9

Communism or Capitalism (File 83) - Box 9

General correspondence,, 1940 (File 84) - Box 9

Communism (File 85) - Box 9

Series of articles by A.P.W. (File 86) - Box 9

"Looking Backwards" for Steads Review (File 86) - Box 9

Women and Industrial Peace by A.P.W. (File 86) - Box 9

2GB broadcast "Women's' Path to Power through service" (File 86) - Box 9

Madame Pavlova and her art (File 86) - Box 9

Country Women's Association (File 86) - Box 9

A review by A.P.W. of "Cement" by Fedora Vasilievich Gladkov (File 86) - Box 9

Isadora Duncan by A.P.W. (File 86) - Box 9

Observations on Japan as viewed by foreigners by T.W. and A.P.W. (File 86) - Box 9

Wages (File 87) - Box 9

Seamans' Union (File 87) - Box 9

Children's' library (File 87) - Box 9

Guild of Empire (File 87) - Box 9

Motherhood Endowment (File 87) - Box 9

Boycott on Japanese Goods (File 87) - Box 9

Communism (File 88) - Box 9

Employment (File 88) - Box 9

The Great War 1914-1918 (File 88) - Box 9

Japan and China (File 88) - Box 9

Transport Workers' Union (File 89) - Box 9

Communism (File 89) - Box 9

Notes of Inaugural meeting of the Industrial Peace Association (File 89) - Box 9

Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Act (File 90) - Box 9

Constitution (File 90) - Box 9

Industrial Peace (File 90) - Box 9

International Peace Campaign (File 90) - Box 9

Communism and Christianity (File 90) - Box 9

Seamans' Union (File 90) - Box 9

Industrial Peace (File 91) - Box 10

Seamans' Union revised orders, 1927 (File 91) - Box 10

Memo for Mr Walsh re: accounts (File 92) - Box 10

'Who is the Aggressor?' by Tom Walsh (File 92) - Box 10

Comments at the Independent Labor Party Conference in England in (File 92) - Box 10

September, 1941 (File 92) - Box 10

Communism (File 92) - Box 10

Industrial Peace (File 92) - Box 10

"My Rejoinder to J.C." not T.W., 1924 (File 93) - Box 10

T.W. addresses to Scots College (File 93) - Box 10

Peace Society (File 93) - Box 10

Eveleigh Siren (File 93) - Box 10

Empire (File 93) - Box 10

Australia's Foreign Policy (File 93) - Box 10

Sino-Japanese conflict (File 93) - Box 10

Japan: Religion and War (File 93) - Box 10

Seaman's Union (File 94) - Box 10

Industrial Peace (File 94) - Box 10

Japan (File 94) - Box 10

War (File 94) - Box 10

Mrs Hippo (a play) (File 95) - Box 10

American Imperialist Arms (File 95) - Box 10

Text of the Treaty (translated from the Russian) (File 95) - Box 10

Questionnaire - suggested by Foreign Trade Association 8/12/1939 (File 95) - Box 10

Communism, Fascism and the problem of Russia (File 95) - Box 10

'This War - What for?' by Tom Walsh (File 95) - Box 10

"True Patriotism - How Youth can Serve the Empire" (File 95) - Box 10

Irony of Galvanised Iron (File 96) - Box 10

Democracy (File 96) - Box 10

Lecture on Soviet Russia (File 96) - Box 10

The Treaty of Brest Litousk 3/3/1916 (File 96) - Box 10

History of the particular instance mentioned in letter, 16/4/1940 (File 96) - Box 10

Democratic or Soviet rule in Australia - Which? (File 96) - Box 10

The Workers' Representatives and the Arbitration Court (File 96) - Box 10

Australia's troubles and a way out (File 96) - Box 10

Johnson v. Daley (File 96) - Box 10

Address against J.J. to S.V. after, 1927 (File 97) - Box 10

Expulsion of J.J. (File 97) - Box 10

A (3) three act play on exploitation (File 97) - Box 10

Seamans' Union papers, 1925-1926 (File 98) - Box 10

Delays to vessels during, 1927 (File 98) - Box 10

Sydney branch financial administration (File 98) - Box 10

The Federated Seamens' Union of Australasia v. Commonwealth Steamship Owners Association and also Australian Commonwealth Line of Steamers (File 99) - Box 10

Revolutionary work of the Bolshevist (Communist) Party (File 99) - Box 10

Index to Rules of the Australian Seamens' Union (File 99) - Box 10

T.W. Version of forming of the Communist Party (File 100) - Box 10

History of Seamans' Union, 1923-1926 (File 100) - Box 10

J.J. attempts to exclude T.W. from S.U. (File 100) - Box 10

Supreme Court of N.S.W. - hearing on T.W. v. J.J. and others; (File 100) - Box 10

Judgement, 1928 (File 100) - Box 10

Russia (File 101) - Box 11

Christianity (File 101) - Box 11

Communism (File 101) - Box 11

Lozovskys conversation with workers delegations and report of (File 102) - Box 11

Australian Delegation to Russia, 1932 (File 102) - Box 11

Material on women by A.P.W. (File 103) - Box 11

Lecture by Adela on "Why I am for the Revolution, 1923" (File 103) - Box 11

Bolsheviks and Religion (File 104) - Box 11

Women and politics (File 104) - Box 11

Companiate marriage, A.P.W. (File 104) - Box 11

Women and politics (File 105) - Box 11

A.P.W. letters (File 106) - Box 11

Organisation and activities of the Communist International (File 106) - Box 11

T.W. Sydney Seamen's Union (File 107) - Box 11

Branch Report, 1923 (File 107) - Box 11

British Seamen's Union Relief Fund, 1926 (File 107) - Box 11

Seamen's Union Auditors reports, 1926 (File 107) - Box 11

Report of S.U. of W.A. v. Hon. J.M. Drew, 1929 (File 107) - Box 11

T.W. confidential address to S.U. about J.J. 1937 (talks about history of S.U.) (File 107) - Box 11

Bibliography on Communism and Russia (File 107) - Box 11

Japanese invasion of Manchuria, 1932 (File 107) - Box 11

Seamen's Union: rules and regulations (File 108) - Box 11

History of Economics (File 108) - Box 11

W.G. of Empire (File 108) - Box 11

Seamen's Union accounts, 1926 (File 109) - Box 11

Summons to T.W. re deportation, 1925 (File 109) - Box 11

British and Australian Shipowners - details of companies (File 109) - Box 11

T.W. letter to S.U. 1926, re J.J. and Problems in the Union (File 109) - Box 11

Confidential Report re: J.J. (File 110) - Box 11

Seamen's Union: Short History of the matter (File 111) - Box 12

Accounts on S.U. (File 111) - Box 12

U.S.S.R. and Communism (File 111) - Box 12

Letter to Rt. Rev. Dr La Fanu from T.W. (File 111) - Box 12

Women's' Guild of Empire (File 112) - Box 12

International Entente against the Third International (Geneva) May, (File 112) - Box 12

June, July, August (1932) monthly documentations (File 112) - Box 12

World Congress against War (File 113) - Box 12

Russia (File 113) - Box 12

Communism (File 113) - Box 12

International Entente against the Third International (Geneva) January (File 113) - Box 12

1929, January and September 1932 (File 113) - Box 12

International Entente against the Third International Corraterie May- (File 114) - Box 12

June, 1933 (File 114) - Box 12

The East, Asia, Africa and Australia (File 114) - Box 12

Famine in U.S.S.R. (File 114) - Box 12

Spain (File 114) - Box 12

Democracy (File 115) - Box 12

Spain (File 115) - Box 12

Secondary Industries (File 115) - Box 12

U.S.S.R. and Disarmament (File 115) - Box 12

Industry (File 116) - Box 12

Tariff (File 116) - Box 12

Anti-Bolshevik fight (File 116) - Box 12

Communism (File 116) - Box 12

Communist Party (File 117) - Box 12

Story of the Union Company (File 117) - Box 12

U.S.S.R. and Japan (File 117) - Box 12

Labour regulation in Italy (File 117) - Box 12

Russia (File 118) - Box 12

Marx on Agricultural Science (File 118) - Box 12

Guild of Empire (File 118) - Box 12

Industrial Peace (File 118) - Box 12

Australia's troubles (File 118) - Box 12

"The Annual Jumble Sale" (A play) by A.P.W. (File 118) - Box 12

Commonwealth Court of Conciliation and Arbitration: Industrial (File 119) - Box 12

dispute between Federated Seaman's Union and the Treasurer of the (File 119) - Box 12

State of Queensland (File 119) - Box 12

Russia (File 119) - Box 12

General correspondence (File 120) - Box 12

Industrial Peace (File 120) - Box 12

S.U. Constitution and Rules (File 120) - Box 12

"Red Bread" by Maurice Hindus (File 120) - Box 12

Church (File 120) - Box 12

Outlook of Women (File 120) - Box 12

Wages (File 121) - Box 13

Anti-Communist material (File 121) - Box 13

Papers (Legal) re-registration of S.U., 1938 (File 122) - Box 13

Draft constitution of S.U., 1938 (File 122) - Box 13

N.S.W. Coastal Award, 1936 (File 122) - Box 13

N.S.W. Supreme Court: T.W. v. J.J. and others;, 1928-1929 (File 122) - Box 13

Judgement by J. Long Innes (File 122) - Box 13

Protective Legislation for Women (File 123) - Box 13

Report on Womens Wages and Conditions, N.S.W. (File 123) - Box 13

Child Endowment (File 123) - Box 13

The Foreign Policy or Queen Elizabeth (File 123) - Box 13

Notes on the Russian Revolution (File 123) - Box 13

Demanding a Constitution (File 123) - Box 13

The Bolsheviks and the Police Spies (File 123) - Box 13

T.W. anti- J.J. material from 1920's and 1930's (File 124) - Box 13

"Making a Welter of it" (File 124) - Box 13

T.W. on S.U., 1936 (File 124) - Box 13

Further material on dispute between (File 125) - Box 13

T.W. and J.J. in 1930's (File 125) - Box 13

S.U. attitude to Japan (File 125) - Box 13

"The Seaman's Strike" T.W., 1935 (File 126) - Box 13

Decision on re-registration, 1938 (File 126) - Box 13

Letter to Mr Lyons, August 1936 on S.U. deals with strike (File 126) - Box 13

Minority report and accompanying letter from T.W., 1936 (File 126) - Box 13

J.J. v. William Daley re: union elections, June, 1937 (File 126) - Box 13

Tasmanian Shipping (File 127) - Box 13

Minority Report, 1927 (File 127) - Box 13

Navigation Act Conference (File 127) - Box 13

T.W. replies to J.J.'s criticism (no date) (File 128) - Box 13

New S.U. rules (File 128) - Box 13

Notice for meeting of S.U. (File 129) - Box 13

Sydney 1937 "Beware company unionism" (File 129) - Box 13

Account books, 1924-1926 (File 129) - Box 13

Transcript of S.U. v. Treasurer of State Queensland and others, 1920 (File 130) - Box 13

Transcript of S.U. v. Treasurer of State of Queensland and others, 1921 (File 131) - Box 13

Statement of receipts and expenditure, (1912) (File 132) - Box 13

Australian Seaman's Union: Register of members (File 132) - Box 13

Photographs (File 133) - Box 13

Mrs Pankhurst Walsh at home [picture]
Thomas Walsh and Adela Pankhurst Walsh in Japan [picture]
Tom Walsh and Mrs Pankhurst Walsh [picture]
Mrs Pankhurst Walsh at home [picture]

'Kings Jubilee Shillings Fund' certificate to A.P.W. (File 134) - Box 13

King George's Jubilee Trust: Official program of the Jubilee (File 134) - Box 13

Procession (added 29.7.1969) (File 134) - Box 13

Seamen's Union (added 18.8.1969) (File 134) - Box 13

The International Woman Suffrage Alliance: Woman Suffrage in Practice, 1913 (Item) - Box 13


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