Manuscript recollections "My Arrest" (n.d.); Manuscript recollections "An Unquakerly Quaker" (n.d.); Manuscript recollections "Catherine Marshall" (n.d.); Manuscript recollections "Lloyd-George and the N.C.F." (n.d.); Typescript copy of letter from A. Fenner Brockway to Sir George Cave (13 May 1918); Typescript extracts from a letter from A. Fenner Brockway to his wife (n.d.); Typescript copies of 2 letters from Catherine E. Marshall (9-10 Jan. 1918); Typescript memorandum relating to strike policy (June 1918); Typescript memorandum relating to No-Conscription Fellowship meeting, 6 June 1918 (n.d.); Typescript recollections, extracted from a letter to Gwen Kemball and relating to Wormwood Scrubs (n.d.); Typescript recollections, extracted from a letter to Gwen Kemball and relating to Dartmoor (8 Apr. 1917); 6 issues of The C.O.'s Hansard, Nos. 69-70, 73, 77-78 and 80 (2 Nov. 1916, 17 Mar. 1917, 24 May 1917); Pamphlet Defence: that is no defence by C. E. M. Joad (n.d.); News-sheet N.C.F. News (May-June 1918); 9 photographs, with explanatory notes (1915-1916, n.d.); Typed transcript of an interview recorded with the Reverend Brian Measures (July 1978).
Aylmer Rose collection
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Aylmer R. M. Rose (b. 1888 in Ireland) was educated at Dublin. As a member of the Independent Labour Party at the outbreak of the First World War and an Absolutist and Secretary of the No-Conscription Fellowship, he was imprisoned at Wormwood Scrubs. Later, he was employed on the Home Office Work Scheme at Dartmoor from where he escaped.
Conditions Governing Access
Access is unrestricted
The papers were placed in the Collection by Aylmer Rose in 1978.
Other Finding Aids
CO/FAU catalogue (hard copy) http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/liddle/index.htm
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