Married Persons Income Tax Reform Council

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- typescript constitution of the Married Persons Income Tax Reform Council (manuscript notes)(founded in 1934)

- agenda for meeting on 9 May 1934

- correspondence concerning methods of publicising campaign to reform income tax legislation (Rule 16 of the General Rules under the Income Tax Act of 1918)

- receipts and payments for Married Persons Income Tax Reform Council (31 Dec 1937) (manuscript notes)

- correspondence concerning future of the Married Persons Income Tax Reform Council on future of the Council

- carbon copy of article on 'married women's debts'

- 'Men's wrongs on women's rights' extract from an article by Helena Normanton in 'Evening Standard' on 12 Sep 1929

- typescript (manuscript notes) 'The taxation by marriage' by Clare Campbell with correspondence

- typescript 'How marriage penalises taxpayers' (manuscript notes)

- typescript 'Married persons and income tax'

- typescript 'Married women made honest' (manuscript notes)