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Hilda Cashmore diaries, lecture notes, leaflets, obituaries, and photographs, bulk: Bulk, 1911-1943, 1911-1943, 1971

MS 6241/42
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  1. Folder 1: Hilda Cashmore journals for 1909 and 1911, loose pages dating 1914 and 1925 and notes on an American study tour, socialism, factory and tenement housing conditions, and the Suffragette movement.
  2. Folder 2: Hilda Cashmore journal for 1914 and loose diary pages 1915-1931. Includes lecture notes on various subjects including women, industry, art, trade unions, and Ireland, a letter to Winifred Gill from Mabel Glanville, and draft of poem Clean Hands by 'M.M.C.' [Maud Cashmore?].
  3. Folder 3: Hilda Cashmore materials including letters to Hilda Cashmore from [Marian Fry Pease], John Stocks, articles A Friends' Ashram in India by Hilda Cashmore, The Need for a Social Philosophy by John Stocks and Lead us not into Temptation - but would God lead us into Temptation? by T.W. Manson, letters to Winifred Gill from Mabel Smith and Wyndham Deedes regarding Hilda Cashmore, and biographical notes on and obituaries for Hilda Cashmore, c. 1915-c. 1943.
  4. Folder 4: Manuscript of lecture Student Christian Movement by Hilda Cashmore, and a list of Hilda Cashmore's papers found among her possessions at Little Camp, 1971.
  5. Folder 5: Album of photographs of Hilda Cashmore's sisters, Marion Fry Pease, buildings and gardens, and an album titled Christmas 1924 with photographs, artwork by Winifred Gill, and poems by Winifred Gill on members of Hilda Cashmore's family.


  • Creation: Creation: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1911-1943
  • Creation: Creation: 1911-1943, 1971


1 box (5 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English


MS 6241/42

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom