Correspondence with Executive Committee members

Archive Unit
  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 106 AMS/A/07/07
  • Dates of Creation
      1922-1987
  • Physical Description
      2 folders

Scope and Content

Concerning appointments/resignations, accepting/apologising for invitation to attend meetings, suggesting agenda items for meetings, suggestions for new committee members, subscriptions, room bookings for meetings

Covering dates for pieces for each correspondent in brackets

Correspondents are:

Lady Dorothy Balfour of Burleigh (1967-1969), Elaine Barker (1979), Baroness Alma Birk (1973) (chairman), Pauline Brandt (1966), Mrs E Burrows (1970), Mrs F Powell representative of the International Alliance of Women (1984-1985), Lucille Butler (1973), Nancy Capes (1984-1985), Margery Chave Collisson (1967-1970), Dame Margery Corbett Ashby (1967-1979), Leonora Davidoff (1976), Gabrielle Daye representative of St Joan's International Alliance (1972-1983), Alan Fitch (1965-1974), Mr D Fox (1974), JE Hall Williams (1963-1970) (some concern Lord Chorley's Bill Street Offences Bill 1967), Albert Nicholas Gay (1988), William Harper (1966), Dr Esther Hodge (1971-1977), David Horn (1986), Joan Jones (1975-1977), Philippa Jones (1976), Mrs EM Kay (1976), Jean L'Esperance (1974), Patrick Montgomery (1966-1968), Mrs Kitching (1970), Mr R Mathews (1976-1977), Rev Trevor Nicholl-Pierson (1976-1985), Lady Joyce Pilditch (1971), Agnes Reardon (1979), Maude Royden (1922-1944), representatives of the Salvation Army (1965-1987), Renee Short (1965-1976), Yvonne Sieve (1976), Alec Spence (1986), Mary Stafford (1978), Status of Women Committee (1961), Mildred Surry (1976-1983), Mrs Tarpey (1922), Marjorie Trevor (1978) Lloyd Trott (1977-1978), Joan Vickers (1965-1978) (concerning her Guardianship of Infants Bill 1965), Joan Watts (1984-1985), Cynthia White (1976-1979), Kevin Woodburne (1978-1986), Edgar Wright (1972)