The archive consists of articles by Miller in 'Incorporated Secretaries' Journal' (Jun-Jul 1927); copy of Stansfeld Trust Lecture (1924); papers of the Six Point group including newsletter and leaflets on meetings (undated.); press cuttings on careers for women; manuscript and typed materials including summaries of books on women in industry and employment of women graduates and lectures given to women's organisations in Liverpool (1920s).
Papers of Margaret Stevenson Miller
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 106 7MSM
- Former ReferenceGB 106 7/XXX6
- Dates of Creation1920-1930
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description0.5 A box (2 folders)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Margaret Stevenson Miller (1896-c.1979) was born in 1896 and was educated at the University of Edinburgh. She was a lecturer, research strategist and broadcaster. She subsequently went on to study at School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London from which she was the first student to gain a PhD in 1925. She gained a position as a lecturer in the Department of Commerce of Liverpool University where she worked until the outbreak of the Second World War. During this time, she was a member of the Six Point Group and became interested in the issues surrounding women's employment and the economic position of married women. She wrote articles on these themes for the Incorporated Secretaries' Journal in 1927 and lectured to women's groups in Liverpool throughout the 1920s. During the war she worked as a research strategist in Soviet affairs. She was at first posted to the British Foreign Office's Foreign Research and Press Service in Oxford. However, she was later seconded to the United States' Office of Strategic Studies in Washington. There, she lectured on Soviet economics at George Washington University. At the end of the war she returned to the Foreign Office's Economic Intelligence Department but soon left to spend the rest of her career as an administrative officer for the Central Electricity Authority while continuing to broadcast on economic issues. She died some time around 1979.
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Unknown. Deposited before the material was listed c.1997. [Fawcett Library Accession Registers to be checked]
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