Minute books of the London Group on African Affairs (1930-1939). Papers relating to: inter-racial matters in Africa; Africans in England; the African Students' Committee; the Gold Coast Aborigines Rights Protection Society; the Consultative Committee on African Affairs; and the Abyssinian Refugees Relief Fund (including correspondence of Charles Roden Buxton, 1931-1939).
Some files relate to the work of Livie-Noble and are unconnected with the Group. These include: papers connected with Pathfinders (a branch of the Scouting movement for Africans with which Livie-Noble was associated in Pretoria), and correspondence about the Ballinger Appeal (an appeal to raise money to enable the Scottish trade unionist W.G. Ballinger to go to South Africa as Adviser to the Industrial and Commercial Workers' Union).