Correspondence on election publicity:
* Notes, printers proofs;
* Letter to AP Herbert asking for permission to use a verse he wrote for the movement entitled, 'Women for Westminster', in the election literature, (carbon, 4 Jun 1945);
* Note from AP Herbert agreeing to request;
* Teresa Billington Greig's draft speech or article 'The Full measure of Dual Government';
* Leaflet - Stephen King-Hall, 'Should We have a New Voting System?' (reprinted from 'Tit-Bits', 31 Oct 1947 (it advocates proportional representation);
* Teresa Billington Greig's notes on help to women candidates, letters from candidates, election addresses, election literature and list of women candidates.
Women for Westminster Elections:
* Draft articles 'Why We Want Women in Parliament', 'Women and the Election' (Teresa Billington Greig's analysis of the 1950 results);
* Drafts and galley proofs, 'The Aims of women for Westminster', 'The World is your Home', 'Seldom die so many owe so much to so few'