Stafford Cripps personal correspondence and papers, c. 1900-1973, n.d.
- Correspondence between Cripps and his father Lord Parmoor relating to current affairs and family matters, 1931-1939, n.d. [1930s]
- Personal letters; letters from Canada, 1934-1937, 1972-1973
- Stories typed up by Lord Parmoor; correspondence between Parmoor and Cripps 1906; 'the Church Congress' report on the death of King Edward (6 May 1910); publication: Peace: A World Policy by Lord Parmoor; memorandum relating to the ecclesiastical courts commission; letter from Beatrice Webb; publication: The League of Nations and the Geneva Protocol by Parmoor, 1906-1937, n.d.
- Diary written by woman born 8 Jul 1865, possibly Theresa Potter (wife of Lord Parmoor); 'Notes for Confessional of a Woman of No Importance'; undated typed extracts from the diary of Laurencina Potter concerning the death of her son Richard (1864); the Diary of Laurencina Potter, c. 1900, 1915-c. 1920, 1926-1929, n.d.
- c. 1900-1973, n.d.
1 box (4 folders)