A report by Select Committee of the House of Lords on the 'Law relating to the protection of Young Girls' together with the proceedings of the committee, minutes of evidence and appendixJosephine Butler Society
As part of the Speaking Out: Recalling Women's Aid in Scotland project, oral history interviews were conducted with 50 women involved in the Women's Aid movement from the early 1970s to the present day.Scottish Women's Aid
Material relates to Catherine Morrison's career, and features certificates related to nursing qualifications (between 1921 and 1952), and a diary, training manual, and Order of Service related to her War Service in Egypt and India (between 1940 and 1945).Morrison, Catherine (fl 1921-1947), Ophthalmic Nurse
Photograph albums and loose photographs taken throughout Catherine Morrison's life. They include photographs taken by her, and photographs sent to her. Most photographs were taken around 1940-1947 (while she was on War Service and travelling), however there are also photographs with family and friends from before and after this period.Morrison, Catherine (fl 1921-1947), Ophthalmic Nurse
This series contains draft copies of many of Barbara's literary works, including Patterns, Gennis, The Threshing Floor, Trooping of the Colour, Elysian Fields, Dreen, Finders Keepers, Martha, The Way She Walks, A Widow Born and a collection of Poetry.
Series contains published and unpublished writing including works, typed speeches, articles and written projects Manning wrote throughout her life that sometimes reflected her sexuality, feminism, coming out and lgbt rights.
This includes The Fox, The Garlands of Friendship, At the House of a Friend, The Habits of Secrecy, Alone in the House, The End of the Game, The Evening Class, Work in Progress, The Souvenir, The Keys of Heaven and over the plain. Several of the works appear in magazines.
Series contains clippings, typed documents booklets and leaflets regarding feminism, lesbian history, activism and icons collected and created by Manning. This includes a Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp poster, Lesbian History Workshop papers and feminist history conference papers.Manning, Rosemary, 1911-1988, British writer