Lady Aurea Macleod Papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

41 boxes of correspondence and miscellaneous papers accumulated by Lady Aurea Macleod, with a little material relating to the career of Major Thomas Macleod. The collection includes letters from members of the National British Women's Temperance Association, the World's Women's Christian Temperance Union and other Temperance associations and from members of the Women's Liberal Federation and related groups. Lady Aurea's mother, Rosalind Howard, Countess of Carlisle, was an influential figure in these movements. Much of the correspondence is of a fairly routine nature.

Administrative / Biographical History

Lady Aurea Fredeswyde Macleod (1884-1972), was the youngest daughter of George Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle. Lady Aurea married firstly, in 1923, Captain Denyss Chamberlaine Wace and secondly, in 1928, Major Thomas Macleod (1881-1963), a barrister and sheep-breeder from Brisbane, Australia.

Arrangement

The papers are in the process of arrangement, but many still remain unsorted.

Conditions Governing Access

The papers cannot be made available to searchers until they are arranged and listed.

Acquisition Information

Deposited with the Department of Palaeography and Diplomatic of the University of Durham (since 1990 part of the Archives and Special Collections department of Durham University Library), on 17 January 1974 by Mrs. Winifred Nicholson (née Roberts), niece and executrix of Lady Aurea.

Note

Part of : Howard of Naworth Papers

Other Finding Aids

This collection description only.

Separated Material

Castle Howard Archives, Castle Howard, North Yorkshire.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to make any published use of material from the collection must be sought in advance from the Sub-Librarian, Special Collections (e-mail PG.Library@durham.ac.uk) and, where appropriate, from the copyright owner. The Library will assist where possible with identifying copyright owners, but responsibility for ensuring copyright clearance rests with the user of the material.

Related Material

Howard of Naworth Papers