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Printed material, 1899-1996, n.d.

MS. Hobhouse 4

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Folder 1: Leaflets, pamphlets and other publications, 1899-1996, n.d. Includes:
  1. Arbitration, Not War: An Appeal, Bermondsey Labor League, 1899.
  2. Reports from Hobhouse to the Committee of the Distress Fund for South African Women and Children, 1901, n.d.
  3. The Contemporary Review (430) Oct 1901, featuring article 'Concentration Camps' by Hobhouse
  4. A Letter to the Committee of the South African Women and Children's Distress Fund, E. Hobhouse, 1901
  5. Some Comments on the Report of the Ladies' Commission on the Concentration Camps, L. T. Hobhouse, c.1902
  6. Commemoration speech by Hobhouse, 1913
  7. Lifting the Veil in Cape Colony; Being Some Further Facts About Martial Law, Frederic Mackarness, n.d.
  8. Shall I Slay My Brother Boer? An Appeal to the Conscience of Britain, William T. Stead, n.d.
  9. The South African Crisis; A Plain Statement of Facts, Percy A. Molteno
  10. The Transvaal Crisis, Frederic Harrison, n.d.
  11. The Concentration Camps: Mr Brodrick's Concessions and Miss Hobhouse's Comments Upon Them, n.d.
  12. Black Concentration Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, War Museum Bloemfontein, 1996
Folder 2: Photocopied newspaper articles and other papers, collected by Jennifer Hobhouse Balme during her research, with annotations by her, 1900-1962, n.d.

Folder 3: Ballade de Miss Hobhouse, Edmond Rostand, Riccardo Zandonai, n.d.


  • 1899-1996, n.d.


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MS. Hobhouse 4

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