Isobel and Stafford Cripps general correspondence and papers, 1939-1984, n.d.
- Correspondence between Isobel Cripps and David Astor; memorandum on 'Press and Government' expressing concern about excess press criticism; notes on post-war settlement of Europe, 1941-1942
- Moscow diary, 1940-1941
- Letters to Maurice Shock requesting research information (1984), 'Tenth Report on Cripps - Cripps leaves the War Cabinet'; Lord Privy Seal's letter enclosing draft minute; extract from memoirs of John Smith; family letters including from Peggy Cripps in Tehran, 1939-1944, 1977, 1984
- 'India 1942 and China' - telegrams to Chiang Kai-Shek and Anthony Eden relating to Chiang Kai-Shek's visit to England, 1942, n.d.
- '1942 Cripps's Mission to India' - important press clippings; photocopied pages from 'The Discourse - Volume 5' (1976); letters from Agatha Harrison; notes on broadcast, 1942, 1976
- 1939-1984, n.d.
1 box (5 folders)