Lady Kathleen Lindsay papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

63 manuscript letters and postcards to and from Lady Kathleen Lindsay and her family (28 June 1878-26 Sep. 1921, 5-17 Feb. 1949, n.d.); Press cuttings (28 Dec. 1914, 11 Nov. 1918, n.d.); Papers and correspondence relating to her work with the Deptford Supply Reserve Depot and Woolwich Arsenal (Aug. 1915-July 1919); Humorous typescript passages and verse (n.d.); Illustrated Woolwich War Memorial Hospital presentation card (n.d.); Letter and card from Buckingham Palace (22 Aug. 1915, 7 Mar. 1916); National Registration card (n.d.); Manuscript receipts (n.d.); Middlesex Regiment Christmas card (n.d.); 2 rules and regulations booklets for Deptford Supply Reserve Depot (1915); Typescript list of duties relating specifically to Lady Kathleen Lindsay (n.d.); Extract from minutes of Executive Commitee meeting , HRH The Princess Mary's Sailors' and Soldiers' Christmas Fund (Jan. 1916); "Timbertown Follies" concert programme (1 Jan. 1919); Invitation to Buckingham Palace (29 June 1918); Typescript letter from Woolwich and District War Memorial Hospital (13 June 1919); Press cutting (7 July 1921); 12 photographs (1918, n.d.); ca. 35 obituary press cuttings of Colonel Walter C. Lindsay (husband) (5-15 June 1929); 3 obituary press cuttings of Lady Kathleen Lindsay (2-9 May 1953); Summary notes (n.d.).

Administrative / Biographical History

Lady Kathleen Lindsay (1876-1953) was born in Gibraltar and became Manageress, Deptford Supply Reserve Depot, and Superintendent, Woolwich Arsenal, in charge of approximately twelve hundred staff in 1918

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by (Commander?) Brocklebank.

Note

In English

Other Finding Aids

Domestic Front catalogue (hard copy) http://www.leeds.ac.uk/library/spcoll/liddle/index.htm

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed

Family Names