Manuscript articles and talks by Helena Normanton

Scope and Content

Titles are:

- 'The passing of Little Dora' (manuscript note in another hand 'Published in 'Daily Express' 12 Apr 1919) (signed)

- 'Unconventional Royal Marriages' (manuscript note in another hand 'Published 'Standard 10 Dec 1936)

- 'The woman peer' (signed)

- 'The economic aspect of marriage'

- 'Bologna' (signed)

- 'Petitioning the king'

- 'Private rights of public personalities' by Helena Normanton (note 'supplied on condition of no photograph of [] to appear and no descriptive letter press after her name) (signed)

- 'A jolly London market' (signed)

- 'Marriage as a crime' (signed)

- 'The public service of the House of Derby'

- 'The sex of the advocate. Should a Judge know? (by Hortensius)'

- notes on national finance

- 'Ladies and the Order of the Garter' (signed)

- 'Should husbands fine levels?'

- 'Passing of the Foundling Hospital' (signed)

- 'Wives who help husbands' (signed)

- 'English Reform Bills'

- 'A marriage of money' (fiction)

- 'Power. I sell what all the world desires' (fiction)

- family tree

- 'Romance of days of Magna Carta' (play)

- 'Castor and Pollax' (manuscript note 'recognise title only)(play)

- no title starts on p 14 'the headmistress of Foskett Street Girls' school....'

- 'Hilda Cloyne' (manuscript note 'provisional title')(fiction)

- no title but chapter III

- 'Encounters' (manuscript note 'provisional title')

- 'Futility' (unsigned)

- 'A railway journey' (poem and other poems)

- 'Property and the unmarried woman' (manuscript note 'these two sections should be indexed as by (Mrs) Helena Normanton

- 'Winged Victory with the Frying pan' (note in another hand [E Cannon] states presumably a talk or article by Helena Normanton this is her writing)