Page from 'Daily Mirror' advertising 'Good Housekeeping'
Page from 'The Evening Standard' advertising 'Good Housekeeping' dated 29 Sep 1926
Apr 1924 - 'Helena Normanton writes this month on Committees and their Procedure'
Jul 1924 - 'The birthright of nationality'
Aug 1924 - 'Women as investors'
Oct 1924 - 'Going to law'
Dec 1924 - 'The child law-breaker?'
Mar 1925 - 'What it means to be - Woman Justice of the Peace'
May 1925 - 'The law and procedure of public meetings'
Jun 1925 - 'How American women earn Bread and butter and a little caviare'
Jul 1925 - 'The case for the Family Court'
Aug 1925 - 'Women and diplomacy'
Sep 1925 - 'The public schools of America'
Jan 1926 - 'The women's movement in America'
Feb 1926 - 'Some laws about slander'
Apr 1926 - 'Separation and maintenance orders'
May 1926 - 'Women's franchise inequalities'
Oct 1926 - 'Do men want women in politics?'
Dec 1926 - 'Women and the ministry of religion'
May 1927 - 'Privacy of personality'
Jun 1927 - 'The women men marry'
Jun 1927 - 'Some law about dogs'
Jul 1927 - 'Family endowment'
Aug 1927 - 'The new Legitimacy Act'
Sep 1927 - 'On blackmail'
Oct 1927 - 'Thoughts on Thrift'
Nov 1927 - 'Today's Moral Standards'
Jan 1928 - 'The Waste of Women'
Mar 1928 - 'Capital Punishment'
Apr 1928 - 'Josephine Butler'
May 1928 - 'Stockbroking as a Profession for Women'
Jun 1928 - 'Furnished Houses'
Jul 1928 - 'The Lilies as they Grow'
Oct 1928 - 'Buying out of Income'
Nov 1928 - 'Wages for Wives'
Jan 1929 - 'How Women won the Vote'
Mar 1929 - 'A Monarchy of Affection'
Apr 1929 - 'Ailing Animals'
Aug 1929 - 'The Charter of English Liberties'
Sep 1929 - Some Law for Holiday Makers'
Oct 1929 - ' Now if you take my Advice'
Nov 1929 - 'The Law of Doctor and Patient'
Dec 1929 - 'Mrs Philip Snowden'
Jan 1930 - 'Are the British Snobs?'
Feb 1930 - 'Waters of Babylon'
Mar 1930 - 'Legal Points for Shoppers'
Apr 1930 - 'What shall I do with that Boy?'
May? 1930 - 'Christianity of Ancient Greece'
Jun 1930 - 'Gossip'
Jul 1930 - 'Do Women get a Fair Chance?'
Sep 1930 - 'What are Good Manners?'
Oct 1930 - 'Must Aristocracy die out?'
Jan 1931 - 'You and your Nest Egg'
Feb 1931 - 'Reports and Balance Sheets'
1931 - The Members we Elect'
Apr 1931- 'Securing your old-age finances crime declares Helena Normanton'
May 1931 - 'The Fascination of Crime' extract
Jun 1931- 'Beneficiaries and Trustees'
Jul 1931 - 'Does Detective Fiction Lower Our Ethical Standard?'
Aug 1931- 'Should we retire before working?'
Sep 1931- 'Decline and Disappearance of the Old Lady'
Oct 1931- 'The World as it passes' beginning a monthly causerie on people and events
Nov 1931- 'The World as it passes: "Buying British" - The plight of Silver - Justice at the Hague Court- Geneva and the Nationality of Women'
Dec 1931- 'The World as it passes: Sir John Simon's future - Women Parliamentary Correspondents - The Debt problem and the Disarmament Conference - Christmas at Home'
Jan 1932- 'The World as it passes: Looking back at England a hundred years ago - Women in the new Parliament - No women in the Ministry! - Recent discoveries in cancer research'
Feb 1932- 'The World as it passes: Long live the British Empire - USA and War Debts- Justice McCardie's Pronouncements - Women on Juries'
Mar 1932- 'The World as it passes: The vulgarisation of England- Germany, France and the Economic Crisis - the result of Russia's first Five Year Plan- Women on Committees and Conferences'
Apr 1932- 'The World as is passes: page 75 is missing; Treaty between Roumania, Jugoslavia and Czecho-Slovakia- Japan and League of Nations - Miss Frances Perkins appointment as Labour Commisioner for New York State - Election of first woman member in the House of Keys' pp 172 and 173
May 1932 - 'The World as it passes: A season of rejoicing - Wanted-Women Railway Directors - A Plea for Better Cemeteries - Mrs Corbett Ashby- Thomas More, Saint and Martyr'
Jun 1932 - 'The World as it passes: Thoughts for June - The Princess Royal and the Girl Guides - Novelists and Reviewers - Irish Political Surprises - The Latest form of Crime'
Jul 1932 - 'The World as it passes: Cheap attics in Bloomsbury! - Wardour Street Myths - The Wise Dramatist - Novelists' Howlers- Shakespearean Parents - Wanted: an Inspired Leader'
Aug 1932 - 'The World as it passes: Queen Alexandra and her memorial - Queen Victoria's later letters - The future of "Little Willie" - Bicarbonate of soda and the male sex - Paying tradesmen's bills weekly - A moan about hotels'
Sep 1932 - 'The World as it passes: Senator "Al" Smith lost his nomination - Stalin has a world -outlook - Mr Franklin Roosevelt seeks election - family food and recipes- Sir Walter Scott's centenary'
Oct 1932 - 'The World as it passes: The Ottawa Conference - The Effect on Europe of the US Presidential Election - Modern Music Halls- The Children and Young Persons Act'
Nov 1932 - 'The World as it passes: Germany's claim to re-arm - The crucial year 1935- Japan and Manchukuo - Women in Academy and Court'
Dec 1932 - 'The World as it passes: The Festival of The Child - Adoption - The English - are they Human? - A Record of Women's Achievements- De Valera at the League of Nations'
Jan 1933 - 'The World as it Passes: The King's Medal for Poetry - House of the Land - Circulate Dangers of the Road'
Feb 1933 - 'The World as it Passes. Who gave Constitutional Authority for the Balfour Note? - War Debts Facts and Figures-The Governors of the BBC - Press Fame and Real Achievements - Married Women's Nationality'.
Mar 1933 - 'The World as it Passes. Technocracy: Government by Engineering Experts - The Author's Activities - More Recognition for Women in the Honours List - Gold in Kenya Colony.'
Apr 1933 - 'The World as it Passes. Mr De Valera's Problems -what path will he take? - British born women married to Aliens - The Favoured Scots - A Sensible Treaty' Incomplete
May 1933 - 'The World as it Passes. Helping the Unemployed- Recognition of Women's Services - Real Founder of Sunday Schools- A Plea for the Jews in Germany - The Budget'
Jun 1933 - 'The World as it Passes [first page missing] Lords Reform - Church Assembly and the Regulation of Reports'
Undated 1933 - 'The World as it Passes - America's New President and First Lady - No one Needs to be Lonely - [incomplete ]'
Undated 1933 - 'The World as it Passes - The doors of Justice - The Polish Corridor - A New Kind of Housing Exhibition - America's Woman Ambassador- School Building Reform [incomplete]'
[Oct] 1933 -'The World as it Passes - The Necessity for Liberalism - The Growth of autocracy - Celibacy in the Police Force - Independence for our Judges '
Aug 1933 - 'The World as it Passes -The World Economic Conference - Books worth reading - Spirit of Hitlerism - Women's Suffrage in Canada and South Africa'
Undated 1933 - Lord Ridell's War Diary
15 Nov 1933 - 'The World as it Passes - Queen Wilhelmina of Holland - The Elizabeth Qua tercentenary- Japan and the Cotton Trade -British Fascism - New Appointment for women.The Children's Charter'
Dec 1933 - 'The World as it Passes - Disarmament and the Pacification of Europe -Lord Merrivale - This Water Supply Problem - Eastern Question - The Woman Worker'
Undated except for 34 written at top of page 'The World as it Passes - fragment -The effect of London going Labour - Paths to European prosperity'
Jul 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - fragment - Italy to-day - Mrs Normanton's impressions'
Jun 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - The Government's move towards purer foodstuffs - A Cancer Research Scholarship- Married women in the Civil Service - 'Tort Feasors' - The Runnymede Pageant'
Aug 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - The Jubilee of the Fabian Society - The real sights of London - What can prevent War? - A Plea for Women's Conveniences - Dean Inge'
Sep 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - The passing of Marie Curie - The International Conference of Women in Paris - Anniversaries in Canada and Melbourne - The meaning of the 'Eastern Locarno'
Oct 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - Internal Affairs in France - Lord Beaverbrook and 'Splendid Isolation' - Miss Fanny Holtzmann's Triumph - The Herring Industry'
Nov 1934 - 'The World as it Passes - fragment - A look at some old periodicals - Thoughts about household and decoration'
Jan 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - Origins of the Pantomime - The New Constitution for India - A Triumph for New Zealand Women - Looking back upon 1934'
Feb 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - fragment - Western Australia's plea for secession - Personal Liability for the married woman - Women's Employment from the Fascist viewpoint'
Apr 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - Turkish Women in Parliament - Political Rights for French Women - Our appreciative Queen - Our Hardworking King- The 'King's English' -Readers beware of speculation'
Undated except for 35 written at top 'The World as it Passes - fragment - Princess Marina and her predecessors - Russia and the League of Nations'
Jun 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - The Family Budget -More British Babies ? - 'Man Power' and Mothers - The Future of today's child - The first woman Land Agent -A little food for thought -But cheer up!'
Jul 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - Italian kindness and courtesy - Estruscan remains -Ruins of a great race -Ah! Serva Italia! - Feeling in Italy today - King George's Jubilee - A question for the League of Nations Australia's empty spaces' Aug 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - Pensions for Spinsters! - The Proportional Representation Society - Our complicated Political system - Public playgrounds for children'
Undated but note reads: Sep Oct? 'The World as it Passes - Hindu Women Awakening - Can Widows adopt? - An Important Centenary - The Study of Insurance - The Marriage ban off LCC Teachers and Doctors'
Nov 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - British Possessions in the Mediterranean - News Cinemas and the films they show - Mental Hospitals Today'
Dec 1935 - 'The World as it Passes - The 1935 Housing Act - Britain's Influence in the East - Work of the Women Police'
Feb 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - Findings of the Archbishop's Commission on the Ministry of Women - A Survey of Women in Priesthood - Memorandum for Cartographers'
Mar 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - Safer Maternity -Italy in Africa - The Position of Poland - The prestige of the League - Japan and the League'
Apr 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - What will King Edward Vlll make of his reign? - Rearming of Europe - Trouble brewing in the East? - Women in Art'
Undated - 'The World as it Passes - Finances in Europe - 'Peace in our Time' - Women and National Health Insurance'
Jun 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - Royal Garden Parties - Queen Mary and the Order of the British Empire - Married Women and the Income Tax - Government and Equal Pay'
Jul 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - The Government's latest blow to Women: No women Diplomats or Consuls'
Aug 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - First woman appointed to historic office - Finding out the worst about your character -Two opposing views on marriage and divorce - Our social code and the declining birthrate'
Sep 1936 -'The World as it Passes - The Encyclopaedist's Great Mission - The decline of the Political Meeting'
Oct 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - Being chiefly concerned with meditations on the ways and destiny of 'La Belle France'
Nov 1936 - 'The World as it Passes - The approaching Royal Wedding in Holland - The Folk Lore Museum and Park at Barnet Herts - BMA Report upon Medical aspects of Abortion'
Jan 1937 - 'The World as it Passes - The Kaleidoscope if Nations - Welcoming Guests from the Empire - The British Council of Culture - Trade relations with China'
Feb 1937 - 'The World as it Passes - The varied ancestry of our Royal Family - A novel about Newfoundland - Women's Successes'
Jul 1937 - 'The World as it Passes - fragment - Campaign for securing more women in Parliament - Birth of baby expected by Dutch Crown Princess -Forthcoming Presidential Election in USA - Farouk becomes King of Egypt'
Nov 1937 - 'The World as it Passes - Campaign to increase the birth rate - How money raised by taxation is spent - Cost of living - Age of women teachers - Women's League of Health and Beauty'
Dec 1937 - 'The World as it Passes - Greeting to King Queen and Queen Mary - Slum Clearance schemes'-
Apr 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - Problems in seaside towns - Queen Victoria's view of children - Hire Purchase Bill'
May 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - 90th Birthday of Princess Louise - Supply of food in War time'
Jun 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - Children who were 'bound out' as servants - Domestic Services Exhibition and contract for servants - labour saving devices in the home - basic wage - wearing of uniform'
Jul 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - International Council for Women'
?Sep 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - Women and Prison and penal reform'
Dec 1938 - 'The World as it Passes - Thoughts at the end of the year - Preparing for War, evacuation -Insurance of buildings - choice of schools'
Jan 1939? - 'The World as it Passes - Prison Reform - Demand for legal monetary recognition of the wife's services in the home' (one page from magazine and a printer's galley proof)
Mar 1939 - 'The World as it Passes - Tribute to Mrs Daisy Bates and her life among aboriginals in Australia - women in fascist Italy - appointment of woman to be in charge of Ministry of fish supply in Soviet Union'
Apr 1939 - 'The World as it Passes - Visit of President of France - Report on Nursing Services -Volunteers for National Service -training for work on the land - 21st Anniversary of Woman Suffrage'
?May 1939 - 'The World as it Passes - King and Queen to visit Canada and USA'
Jun 1939 - 'The World as it Passes - Birthday of Princess Elizabeth - Woman MP forced to hand over all her Parliamentary salary to local Conservative Party'