Mont Follick's papers mostly concern his work on spelling reform, and include his draft manuscripts and typescripts of the The case for spelling reform. as well as some of his more ephmeral writings (MON/1). MON/2 is a small body of correspondence and related documents, most of which relate to Follick's early career and travels, and include testimonials for employment and personal correspondence; there is also some correspondence concerning his attempt to find a published for The case for spelling reform. MON/3 comprises cuttings collected by Follick, relating to spelling reform and his political activities in the 1930s and 1940s. MON/4 is a miscellanuous series, whcih includes papers relating to Follick's sponsorship of parliamentary bills for spelling reform.
The collection does not include Follick's political correspondence, and only very little relating to his business activities particualry the Regent School of Languages.