Typescripts of articles by Helena Normanton

Scope and Content

Consists of:

- 'Feminist New English Style' (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Prisons within prisons' (manuscript notes)

- 'Murdered motherhood'

- 'The oldest Alma Mater' (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'On buying a house'

- 'Capital punishment'

- 'To hang by the neck. A Study of Clarence Darrow's work' dated 19 May 1925

- 'Magna Carta Day' (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Women and Magna Carta' (manuscript note ? used in this form or shortened and altered for 'The Englishwoman' E Cannon)

- poem 'Distraint'

- 'Can America like Britain?' (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Success' (manuscript notes)

- 'Gloves'

- no title but begins 'The Lord Privy Seal, Mr Eden, has recently reminded us that there are countries in the world not actuated by the same ideals as ours in regard to peace matters....' (typescript and manuscript)

- 'How marriage penalises taxpayers' (manuscript notes)

- manuscript notes Extract from an article by Mrs Helena Normanton in the Evening Standard dated 12 Sep 1929 'Men's wrongs on women's rights'

- 'Divorce reforms that women want' (manuscript notes)

- 'The new divorce law' by A Barrister (manuscript notes)

- no title begins 'Little as Government usually shine in their appointments of Royal commissions and Select Committees....'

- 'The poor and the county courts'

- 'Women as citizens' (commissioned by Mrs Lyon Massey)(manuscript notes)

- 'Waithman 1833-1933' (manuscript notes)

- 'Josephine E Butler'

- 'Book of our time 'Oil' by Upton Sinclair

- 'Book of our time. 'Ireland in modern literature. Part one. Parnell' (book by St John Irvine) (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Book of our time. 'Ireland in modern literature. II Recollections of the Irish Sea' (book by Darrell Figgis) (manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Book of our time. 'The mind and face of Bolshevism' (book by Rene Fulop-Miller, 1927)(manuscript notes and signed)

- 'Book of our time. 'The Letters of Gertrude Bell' (book edited by Lady Bell, 1939)

- 'Book of our time. 'Children's courts' (book by W Clarke Hall)(signed)

- 'Book of our time. 'Capital punishment' (book by Roy Calvert, 1934)

- no title but begins 'It is not surprising as the time rapidly draws near for the admission of women to the English Bar.....'

- typescript 'Women and Magna Carta' with Glasgow address (manuscript note states 'used in this form or shortened and altered for 'The English woman')