Letters to Mary Stott

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- letter dated 25 Oct 1927 from The Observer to Miss Mary Waddington (Stott) of the Leicester Mail concerning her letter criticising 'The Constant Nymph'. Correspondent says that she needs at least 10 years' more experience to be a good critic.

- letter from Alastair of The Guardian congratulating her on the improvement of the women's pages

- letter dated c 1971 from Tom of the Evening News Manchester offering congratulations

- programme for Granada Television Luncheon 'What the Papers Say' Awards 1970, held on 13 Jan 1971 [Mary won the Granada Award for the liveliest daily interest page in journalism in 1971]