Papers relating to Hoxton, East London, 1910-1917
Papers relating to Hoxton, East London, 1910-1917, (fols. 2-72) 'Hoxton Campaign Papers', election addresses for the January and December 1910 Hoxton Elections, with speeches, and discussions of education (see MS. Addison dep. e. 2 for campaign badges); (fols. 73-129) printed papers, 1910-1917, relating to electoral reform, including referendums and women's suffrage, Feb. 1912; (fols. 130-216) papers relating to legislation affecting the trade of street hawkers and costermongers, 1910-1912, including correspondence with the Home Office, and Union of City Hawkers (see MS. Addison dep. a. 1, fol. 1 for petition); (fols. 217-317) papers of the London Carmen's Union, July-Nov. 1910, and correspondence with them, the National Union of Vehicle Workers and Herbert Samuel concerning mail drivers' grievances, Dec. 1911-Dec. 1913; (fols. 318-382) 'Mount Pleasant Employees', Hoxton constituents' cases, 1911-1914; (fols. 383-405) correspondence concerning sorters at London Post Offices, 1914-1915, and (fols. 406-485) correspondence with Mary Ward (Mrs. Humphrey Ward), 1913-1914, concerning a Parliamentary Joint Advisory Committee on Women, chaired by Sir Charles Nicholson MP, to look into welfare and suffrage issues.
- Creation: 1910-1917
Language of Materials
MS. Addison dep. c. 195
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