The archive consists of manuscripts and typescripts of books and articles written by Amelia Scott including:
* Periodicals relating to the women's suffrage campaign and other women's issues - inc. Family Welfare Association (Passing of a Great Dread was serialised in three volumes of this periodical), 4 volumes Liberal Womans Review.
Pamphlets & Ephemera - inc. National Union of Women Workers, inc Soldiers Central Laundry and photographs thereof, National Union of Womens Suffrage Societies, National Council of Women, Womans Leader and Common Cause
* Minute books - Committee meetings of Working Girls Club (including reports of the Leisure Hour Club), Christian Social Union, and Christian Social Crusade.
* Speeches - for election campaigns, on women's suffrage
* Papers relating to her work in Tunbridge Wells including material relating standing for election in Tunbridge Wells and election as a guardian for Tonbridge Union, and papers concerning a number of welfare projects she was involved in including the establishment of a Maternity Home and various housing projects.
* Personal and family papers including publications belonging to Amelia Scott, inc. her fathers will, general papers and family photographs.
* Correspondence - approximately 150 letters to Amelia Scott; including photocopies of some originals from well-known individuals which were auctioned for charity, correspondents include Eleanor Rathbone and Beatrice Webb. Also letters to Amelia's sister Louise.
* Objects consist of a decoration and presentation book concerning her work during the First World War and the assisting of Belgian refugees and a bag with Kentish Pilgrims Way and red, white and green ribbons sewn on.