London; 18 March 1921; A newspaper cutting. 1 sheet
Amsterdam, 30 March - 2 April 1921. (Meeting of the Executive Committee, Conference on reparations together with representatives of the socialist parliamentary delegates, and a Meeting of the Executive Committee with the Bureau of the I.F.T.U. ). Two reports of the meeting and newspaper cuttings (articles by L. de Brouckère). 72 sheets
London; 27-28 June 1921; The agenda, a report on the formation of an interparliamentary committee [by Otto Wels ] and the report of the meeting. 18 sheets
Brussel; 22-23 November 1921; The agenda and the report of the meeting. 4 sheets.
Frankfurt am Main; 23, 24, 26 February 1922; Draft resolutions on Georgia and the Genoa conference, correspondence with the I.W.U.S.P. , a report of a part of the meeting and newspaper cuttings. 9 sheets.
Berlin; 1-3, 5 April 1922; The agenda, drafts for a resolution concerning the Comintern by Otto Wels and for a letter to Friedrich Adler ; the report of the meetings and the joint meeting with the I.W.U.S.P. 9 sheets
Köln; 20 May 1922; A draft resolution concerning Armenia by M. Varandian and three draft resolutions concerning Hungary (one of them by Emanuel Buchinger ); a declaration by the Parti Socialiste Français (a.o. Arthur Rozier ) concerning the Genoa Conference; drafts for a memorandum to the Committee of nine and for a resolution concerning the meeting of this committee; a newspaper cutting. 39 sheets
London; 17-18 June 1922; A circular of the secretary, the agenda and the report of the meeting. 8 sheets
Praha; 12-13 August 1922; A circular by the secretary, the agenda, a memorandum of the Ukrainian S.D.L.P. , a draft resolution concerning the trial of socialists-revolutionaries at Moscow by Emile Vandervelde , a draft resolution concerning the fascisti and the Italian socialists, a draft resolution concerning the general sate of Europe partly by Emile Vandervelde , and the report of the meeting. 38 sheets
's-Gravenhage; 8-9 December 1922; Circulars of the secretary, correspondence with Edo Fimmen and Fr. Adler , draft decisions of the joint sitting of the Second International and the I.W.U.S.P. and of the Committee of ten (the latter by Fr. Adler), the report of the meeting, the joint sitting and the meeting of the Committee of ten, and newspaper cutting. 37 sheets
Amsterdam; January 1923; Correspondence with William Gillies and Joseph van Roosbroeck . 3 sheets.
Hamburg; 17 and 19 May 1923; The agenda and the report of the meeting. 5 sheets.
Conference of the Labour Party and the I.W.U.S.P. to exchange opinions upon the divisions with the socialist movement; London; 19 October 1921; Circulars of the Labour Party, documents for the meeting, the declarations exchanged, and the report of the conference, made by the Labour Party. 4 sheets
Conference of the Belgian, French and British socialist parties; Paris; 4-6 February 1922; Materials composed by the Parti Socialiste Français concerning disarmament and concerning the economic situation and reparations, a report of the meeting and newspaper cuttings. 53 sheets
Conference of the Belgian, French, German, British and Italian socialist parties; Frankfurt am Main; 25-27 February 1922; The resolutions adopted concerning the reconstruction of the devastated areas (reparations) and disarmament; newspaper cuttings. 12 sheets
Conference of the Second International, the I.W.U.S.P. and the Comintern to examine the question of a general labour conference; Berlin; 2-5 April 1922.
Letters of Fr. Adler , the S.D.L.P. of Russia ( Abramovitch , Dan and Martoff ); the socialist and syndicalist parties of Georgia, the Ukrainian S.D.L.P., the Kommunistische Arbeiter-Internationale ( Herman Gorter ), the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia and "the political prisoners of Bavaria". 37 sheets
The speech of E. Vandervelde . 20 sheets
Newspaper cuttings and magazines. 41 sheets
A printing proof of the German text of the report. 28 sheets
Correspondence concerning the report. 13 sheets
A circular of the secretary containing a summarized report of the conference and asking the agreement of the affiliated parties on the appointment of representatives in the Commission of nine; with answers of Iracli Tseretelli, the Parti Socialiste Français ( Frédéric Brunet ), Alsing Andersen , M. Varandian , C. Werkhoven and J. van Roosbroeck . 22 sheets
Conference of the Belgian, French and British socialist parties concerning the reparations; Brussel; 17-18 May 1922; Drafts for a declaration of the three parties. 12 sheets
Meeting of the Commission of nine (Second International, I.W.U.S.P. and Comintern ); Berlin; 23 May 1922.
A telegram and a circular by F. Adler. 3 sheets
Declarations by the I.W.U.S.P. and by the Comintern. 7 sheets
The report of the meeting. 36 sheets
Conference of the affiliated parties concerning the political and economic situation of Europe and the international labour movement; London; 18-19 June 1922.
Correspondence with Fr. Adler , Paul Faure , G.M. Serrati , the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen ), I. Tseretelli , O. Wels , Florenius Marinus Wibaut , Willem Hubertus Vliegen , Rickard Lindstroem , W. Gillies , the Parti Socialiste Français , J. van Roosbroeck , A. Andersen , M. Varandian , Jaroslav Aster , the Schweizerische Grütliverein , the Norges Socialdemokratiske Arbeiderparti , the Russian Sozialdemocrats in London, Hendrik de Man (Brussel), the Bulgarian S.D.P. ( D. Neicoff ) the Latvijas Stradneeku Zocialdemokratu Mazineeku Partija , M. Niedzialkowski and the Workers' Union (London). 40 sheets
The order of business, the list of the delegates, a note concerning Alexander Kerenski , an amendment by Neil Maclean and a speech of thanks by O. Wels. 7 sheets.
A printed report and a manifesto of the S.D.L.P. of Georgia. 11 sheets.
A report with a letter of the Ukrainian S.D.L.P. ( S. Mazepa and Panas Fedenko ). 22 sheets
A circular of the secretary with the resolution concerning the unity of the international labour movement adopted by the conference. 13 sheets.
Newspaper cuttings. 5 sheets
Meeting of the Bureau of the I.F.T.U. concerning the protection of the German republic; Amsterdam; 8 July 1922; A letter from E. Fimmen with a statement concerning the meeting and a manifesto to the organisations affiliated to the I.F.T.U. 8 sheets
Joint conference of the second International, the I.W.U.S.P. and the I.F.T.U. on Germany, Amsterdam, 19-20 July 1922.
Correspondence with E. Fimmen , Pieter Jelles Troelstra , O. Wels , C. Huysmans and E. Vandervelde and circulars of the secretary. 23 sheets
A manifesto issued by the conference. 5 sheets
A report of the meeting by J.F. Ankersmit ; and a report of the meeting sent by E. Fimmen (The end of the German copy is missing). 82 sheets
Newspaper cuttings. 55 sheets
World Peace Congress, summoned by the I.F.T.U. ; 's-Gravenhage; 10-15 December 1922.
Correspondence with Jan Oudegeest , E. Fimmen , J. Ramsay MacDonald , P.J. Troelstra , O. Wels , Hjalmar Branting , A. Andersen , Josef Büchler , Chakir Rassim , C. Werkhoven , Y.G. van der Veen ( Voorwaarts, Rotterdam ), M. Varandian , Arthur Rozier , the Schweizerische Grütliverein , Paul Lang (London) and W. Gillies . 40 sheets
Resolutions and proposals for action of the women's conference "A new peace", organised by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom ; 's-Gravenhage; 7-9 December 1922. 4 sheets
The agenda and the report of a meeting between the I.F.T.U. and the International Cooperative Alliance ; 's-Gravenhage; 9 December 1922. 5 sheets
Meeting of the Committee on the organisation of the International Socialist Congress at Hamburg on 21-25 May 1923; Köln; 5-6 January 1923.
Drafts for decisions concerning the agenda and the admission to the congress with correspondence with Fr. Adler . 9 sheets.
Draft reports of the meeting. 6 sheets
The manifesto concerning the planned congress. 17 sheets
The above mentioned report and manifesto issued by the Joint international dept. of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party. 2 sheets
Correspondence with J.F. Ankersmit and W. Gillies . 3 sheets
Newspaper cuttings. 4 sheets
Joint conference of the I.F.T.U. , the Second International and the I.W.U.S.P. concerning the situation in the Ruhr territory; Amsterdam; 26-27 January 1923.
Correspondence with the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen ), Catherine E. Marshall ( Women's International League for Peace and Freedom ; Annexed: the program of action of this league), and Fr. Adler. 16 sheets.
The resolution of the conference with a press commentary on it. 7 sheets.
The report of the conference issued by the joint international dept. of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party. 5 sheets
Interparliamentary conference of Belgian, French, British and Italian socialists concerning the situation in the Ruhr territory; Paris; 20, 28, 29 March 1923.
Notes concerning the conference. 2 sheets
Drafts for a resolution on the reparations and security. 35 sheets
The report of the conference issued by the Joint international dept. 7 sheets
Correspondence with the Social-Democratic Federation ( Thomas Kennedy ), Arthur Henderson , W. Gillies , E. Fimmen , Fr. Adler , Richard Wallhead. January 1923. 26 sheets
Correspondence with Ben Tillet , Th. Kennedy , Fr. Adler , the Socialisticke Partije Jugoslavije ( V. Korac and Zivko Topalovitch ) and the Fabian Society . February 1923. 18 sheets
Correspondence with the Fabian Society, the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia ( Vassily Souchomlin ), the I.L.P. ( A. Fenner Brockway ), the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen and John W. Brown ), Fr. Adler , Thomas Kennedy and W. Gillies. March 1923. 15 sheets
Correspondence with the Revolutionary Socialist Federalist Party of Georgia ( S. Pirzkhalawa ; Berlin), W.W. Henderson , Erich Ollenhauer , Fr. Adler , A. Andersen , Lew Winter , The Partido Socialista ( Jacinto Oddone ; Buenos Aires), O. Wels , A. Henderson , Charles Roden Buxton , the Irish Labour Party (Dublin), W. Gillies and the Workers' Travel Association (London) . April 1923. 45 sheets
Correspondence with the Workers' Travel Association , W. Gillies , J.H. Thomas , A.F. Brockway , A. Henderson , L. Winter , A. Andersen , the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen and J. Oudegeest ), Fr. Adler and C.J. Pearce (Amsterdam). May 1923. 36 sheets
Circulars of the organizing committee. February-April 1923. 23 sheets
A circular to the Bureau. 9 May 1923. 2 sheets
Drafts for the rules for the Hamburg congress. n.d. 7 sheets
Drafts for the regulations of the Labour and Socialist International. 1923. 20 sheets
Names of parties to whom invitations were sent; Proposed representation at congress. n.d. 10 sheets
Memoranda and draft resolutions.
Lists of memoranda and draft resolutions. n.d. 3 sheets
Draft reports for the International Socialist Conference, issued by the Advisory Committee on International questions of the Joint research and information dept. (T.U.C. and Labour Party); "Reparations", by Ch.R. Buxton ; "Memorandum on the appointment of a neutral commission to investigate the origins of the Great War" by E.D. Morel ; "Revision of the Treaty", by R. Beazley. July 1922. 6 sheets
Printing proofs of "Draft reports for the International Socialist Conference, proposed to be presented by the British section" (T.U.C. and Labour Party). n.d. 13 sheets
"Suggestions for draft resolutions, proposed to be presented to the Organisations committee by the British section". n.d. 21 sheets
British labour and the eighthourday, issued by the Joint research and information dept. n.d. 12 sheets
Memorandum by S. Pirzkhalawa (Revolutionary Socialist Federalist Party of the Republic of Georgia). n.d. 14 sheets
Memoranda by the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia: The imperialist peace and the policy of the working classes, The struggle against international reaction, The action of the labour and socialist parties for the eighthourday and international legislation, The organisation of the international working classes; with a letter by V. Souchomlin. 1923. 40 sheets
Compte-rendu de l'activité de Parti Social-démocrate en Géorgie en 1921-1922 with correspondence with C. Sabaktarichvili. 1923. 42 sheets
A draft resolution concerning the eighthourday and international legislation by the Socialdemokratisck Forbund . n.d. 6 sheets
A draft resolution concerning the self-determination of the eastern european nations, preliminary conditions of democracy in eastern Europe by the Ukrainian S.D.L.P. n.d. 2 sheets
Proposed basis of the International and resolutions drawn up by the I.L.P. with correspondence with A.F. Brockway. 1923. 8 sheets
Newspaper cuttings. 1923. 2 sheets
Results of the elections in various countries. 1918-1922. 7 sheets
The question of the affiliation of the Sozialdemokratische Partei der Schweiz. Letters of the Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands and Paul E. Graber. 1921. 5 sheets
Upper Silezia; A circular to the members of the Executive Committee, correspondence with P.J. Troelstra , Tom Shaw , A. Henderson , O. Wels , C. Huysmans , Harry Gosling and H. Branting and a declaration of the Second International. 1921. 24 sheets
Parliamentary correspondents; Correspondence with J. van Roosbroeck , the Klub der Abgeordneten der deutschen S.D.A.P. in der Tschechoslowakischen Republik ( Ludwig Czech ), A. Andersen , O. Wels , The Parliamentary Labour Party , The Parti Socialiste Luxembourgeois and the New Zealand Labour Party . 1921-1922. 12 sheets
The reconstruction of the International. 1921, 1923.
Correspondence with A. Henderson , the Sozialistiko Komma tes Hellados, ( N. Yannios ), E. Vandervelde , the Deutsche S.D.A.P. in Oesterreich ( Robert Danneberg ), M. Martna , the Schweizerische Sozialistische Volkspartei (Zürich), E. Roubanovitch , O. Wels , R. Lindstroem , P. Faure , Pierre Renaudel , R.C. Wallhead. June-December 1921. 45 sheets
Correspondence with A. Henderson , O. Wels , Fr. Adler , Avanti! (Milano, the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen and J. Oudegeest ; annexed: Press report of the I.F.T.U. no. 156), The Communist Party of Great Britain , Karl Radek (Comintern), J. van Roosbroeck , Antonin Nemec and Jaroslav Aster , the Norges Socialdemokratiske Arbeiderparti , Gustav Möller , the Schweizerische Grütliverein , A. Rozier , Th. Stauning , the Sveriges Kommunistiska Parti ( Z. Höglund ), I. Tseretelli , A. Andersen , the S.D.P. Danzig, Paul Faure , and H. Gosling. January-June 1922. 97 sheets
Correspondence with E.G. Vandervelde , J. Ramsay MacDonald , W.H. Vliegen , A. Henderson , A. Andersen , J. van Roosbroeck , R. Lindstroem , the Georgian S.D.L.P. ( C. Sabaktarichvili ), Fr. Adler , P. Renaudel and O. Wels (annexed: a circular of the I.W.U.S.P. ). October 1922-January 1923. 21 sheets
Newspaper cuttings. 1921-1923. 9 sheets
The trial of socialists revolutionaries at Moscow. 1921-1923.
Correspondence concerning the terrible conditions in the Russian prisons for political prisoners, in particular socialists-revolutionaries; A letter of Nicolas Makeeff (London office of "Volia Rossii") to Mrs Snowden and letters of E. Roubanovitch , Paul Axelrod and the Russian Social Democrats in London. 1921-1922. 10 sheets
A manifesto concerning these conditions, issued by the Second International. 1922. 12 sheets
Correspondence concerning the trial of Socialists Revolutionaries at Moscow; Correspondence with the Socialist Revolutionary Party ( E. Roubanovitch , Vladimir Zenzinoff , Nicolas Roussanoff , Souchomlin , Victor Czernoff ), Alexander Kerenski , J. Minor , the Russian Social Democratic Party ( A. Martoff , Theod. Dan and R.R. Abramovitch ), J. van Roosbroeck , the Ukrainian S.D.L.P., A. Andersen , E. Vandervelde , Fr. Adler , C.R. Buxton , Lenin , G. Möller , W. Drop (S.D.A.P. in Nederland), and Nina Wissotsky. March-May 1922. 72 sheets
Correspondence concerning the trial; Correspondence with the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia ( V. Zenzinoff , V. Souchomlin , N. Roussanoff , E. Roubanovitch and V. Czernoff ), A. Kerenski , Th. Stauning and A. Andersen , J. van Roosbroeck , Arthur J. Wauters , L. Haden Guest , N. Wissotsky , E. Vandervelde , Theodor Liebknecht and Kurt Rosenfeld (Moscow), W. Gillies (Annexed: copy of telegram to Klara Zetkin , L.O. Frossard , K. Radek and Bucharin ), the Communist Party of Great Britain (annexed: a letter to A. Henderson ), Bruno Kalnin (Riga), R. Lindstroem , the Ukrainian S.D.L.P. ( P. Fedenko and S. Mazepa ; Lwow), Fr. Adler and the Bulgarian S.D.L.P. ( Theod. Christoff , Sofia). May-November 1922. 51 sheets
Correspondence with J. van Roosbroeck concerning the accounts relating the trial. 1923. 9 sheets
A report of the first five days of the trial (8-13 June 1922) by A.J. Wauters ), with a letter by the author. 1922. 125 sheets
Various documents concerning the trial; Copies of press informations, a letter of the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia to the Labour Party (stencilled), a list of subscriptions to the defence of the accused, copies of letters of the Russian S.D.L.P. to K. Rosenfeld , of the Rostoff committee of the Russian S.D.L.P. to "Die Freiheit", of the accused to their counsels E. Vandervelde , K. Rosenfeld and Th. Liebknecht and of these counsels to the People's commissar of justice and declarations by the Socialist Revolutionary Party. 1922. 42 sheets
Newspaper cuttings. 1922. 6 sheets
The Russian famine relief. 1921-1923.
A circular of the secretary to the press and correspondence with the Russian public committee for famine relief, the S.D.A.P. in Nederland, (Vliegen and Werkhoven), G. Möller , Th.A.M. Staining , Le Peuple (Brussel), the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen and J. Oudegeest ), the Auslandskomitee zur Organisierung der Arbeiterhilfe für die Hungernden in Russland ( Willy Münzenberg ; Berlin), W. Gillies , F.M. Wibaut , the Belgische Werklieden Partij , Nikolas V. Makeeff (Volia Rossii), The Labour World (Montreal), O. Wels , C. Huysmans , P.J. Troelstra , the Johannesburg Russian famine relief committee, J.H. Thomas , the British Guiana Labour Union ( Hubert Critchlow ), M. Varandian , R. Lindstroem , the New Zealand labour Party , the T.U.C. ( C.W. Bowerman ) and the British joint labour aid committee (Workers' International Russian Relief). 1921-1923. 81 sheets
Translations of articles and resolutions. 1921. 11 sheets
Newspapers cuttings. n.d. 7 sheets
The resignation of J.R. MacDonald as secretary of the Second International and the planning of the congress of this organisation at Hamburg in October 1922; Correspondence with H. Gosling , A. Henderson , the I.F.T.U. ( E. Fimmen and J. Oudegeest ), O. Weld , J. Aster . Fr. Adler , the Norges Socialdemokratiske Arbeiderparti , the Socialist Parliamentary Group at Rome, A. Rozier , the Schweizerische Grütliverein , Filippo Turati , the Finnish and Baltic S.D. Parties, T. Shaw , P. Faure , the Trades Union Congress ( C.W. Bowerman ), the Georgian S.D.L.P. ( C. Sabaktarichvili ), C.R. Buxton and the New Zealand labour Party ( Walter Nash ) and a circular by the secretary. June-August 1922. 51 sheets
The Near East. 1922.
Documents of the Advisory committee on international questions of the Joint research and information department of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party; A memorandum passed by the Labour Party Executive in February 1920: "Reply to Indian Moslems". A memorandum on Western Thrace. A memorandum on the near eastern crisis by Arnold Toynbee. A statement on this crisis. A memorandum on this crisis by Noel Buxton. A proposed memorandum on the Turkish conference. Theses on the question of the Straits. Documents of the National joint council of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party on the near eastern crisis. 19 sheets.
A circular by the Bureau to the affiliated parties. 58 sheets
Correspondence with the Labour arty of Great Britain, David Davies (Genève), the Parti Socialiste Indépendant de Turquie ( Chakir Rassim ; Constantinopel) and J. Büchler . 20 sheets
The inquiry into the political and economic condition of Germany and Austria by the Commission of nine (I.F.T.U., Second International and I.W.U.S.P.). A newspaper cutting concerning the meeting of the Commission at Brussel, 7-8 August 1922; an interview with T. Shaw ; correspondence with E. Fimmen (I.F.T.U.), and memorandum concerning the economic situation of Austria. 1922-1923. 15 sheets
The occupation of the Ruhr Territory by French and Belgian armies. 1923.
Documents sent to the secretary as a member of the Joint international committee of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party. Letters of the National Joint Council ( J.S. Middleton ) and W. Gillies , a draft manifesto, a statement, a draft resolution and the report of a meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party and the committee on 1 March 1923. 13 sheets
Correspondence with George Young (Cookham), W. Gillies (annexed a telegram from the Comintern and the Profintern), the I.F.T.U. ( E, Fimmen ), Th.A.M. Stauning , Herbert Morrison , C. Huysmans , Giacomo Matteotti , Leon Blum , Vincent Auriol and the New Zealand Labour party ( W. Nash ). 22 sheets.
A manifesto of the Socialist Revolutionary Party in Russia. 2 sheets.
A note by J. Wauters concerning his conversation with Georges Theunis and a letter by Vincent Auriol to J. Wauters. 8 sheets
A report of two interviews between Auriol and Louis Loucheur and an interview between Auriol and Barthou . 7 sheets
Newspapers and cuttings. 39 sheets
The invitation of the Confederacion Regional Obrera Mexicana to European trade union leaders to make a trip to Mexico. Correspondence with I.F.T.U. ( J. Oudegeest and J.W. Brown ) and Frank Hodges ( Miners' Federation of Great Britain , London). 1923. 10 sheets
Georgia. "To the peoples of Europe", a manifesto by Noe Jordania , the president of Georgia; "The attack of Soviet Russia on Georgia", an anonymous statement; "Les derniers événements en Georgie occupée" (incomplete). n.d. 10 sheets
Correspondents: Australian Peace Alliance , The Victorian Council; Melbourne; printed letter. 1922. 1 sheet
British Guiana Labour Union, The (H. Critchlow); Georgetown. 1921. 2 sheets
Eestische Sozialdemokratische Arbeiderpartei (a.o. Mikhel Martna ; open letter to the Internationals); Reval. 2 sheets.
I.L.P., Govan Branch; Glasgow. 1923. 5 sheets
Annexed: A newspaper cutting concerning Ralph Chaplin , a political prisoner in the United States of America.
International Actions Committee against danger of war and fascism ( Walter Schulz , Hamburg, and Fritz Heckert , Berlin). 1923 2 sheets
International Labour Office ; Genève. 1922. 2 sheets
Jewish Socialist Labour Party Poale Zion (affiliated to the Labour Party); London. 1921. 6 sheets
Annexed: Communications by the Vaad Leumi and the Jaffa Jewish Communal Council and the United Rabbinate of Jaffa, to the High Commissioner in Palestine, and a statement concerning conflicts between Arabs and Jews in this town.
Kartyé, Lenard (?) (Vorwärts); Zombolja. 1921. 5 sheets
Laga, E.W. (?) ( Workingmen's Association of Trinidad ); Port of Spain. 1921. 3 sheets
Annexed: A letter by Laga (?) to A. Henderson .
Latvijas Stradneeku Zocialdemokratu Mazineeku Partija ; [Riga]. 1923. 2 sheets
League of Nations, Genève. 1923. 1 sheet
Lee, Algernon (New York Call); New York. 1923. 1 sheet
Lee, H.W. ; London. 1923. 1 sheet
Roye, Achille de (Soc. Jonge Wacht); Willebroeck. 1922. 2 sheets
Socialdemokratisches Sekretariat Czernowitz: Ein Protest und Notruf der Bukowinaer Sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterschaft zum "Kommunistenprozess"; n.d. printed with postscript. 1 sheet
Vereinigte Sozialdemokratische Partei ; Danzig. 1923. 5 sheets
Annexed: A statement concerning the history of the free town Danzig.
Printing proof of parts of the report of the 22 annual conference of the Labour Party; Edinburgh. 1922. 33 sheets
A circular of the secretary of the Parliamentary Labour Party concerning the committees of the party. 1923. 1 sheet
Materials concerning the question of an Anglo-French military pact; A memorandum of the Parti Socialiste Français on the proposed anglo-french military pact; minutes of conversations between the T.U.C., the Labour Party and the Parti Socialiste Français in Paris, 15 March 1922; and a report of the British delegation at these conversations by B. Tillett. 1922. 7 sheets
Printing proofs of a report of the Advisory committee on Greater London of the Labour Party. n.d. 26 sheets
Report of the National Joint Council (of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party) on unemployment insurance administration grants, with a draft constitution of a joint standing advisory committee on the administration of unemployment insurance. n.d. 3 sheets
Gallery proofs of the draft interim report on workingdayhours by a special committee of inquiry on production of the National Joint Council with a circular from Arthur Greenwood. 1923. 12 sheets
Gallery proofs of "Labour and the Geddes reports", notes on the proposal of the Committee on national expenditure, a report prepared for the National Joint Council by the Joint research and information dept. (the end is missing). n.d. 14 sheets
Printing proofs of a memorandum on the Blind persons act, 1920 by the Joint research and information dept. n.d. 4 sheets
Printing proofs of the report of the Joint research and information dept. on the Fair wages clause. n.d. 5 sheets
Gallery proofs of a memorandum on the proposal to reduce the rate of interest of the national debt by the Joint research and information dept. n.d. 2 sheets
Gallery proofs of the report of the Committee on the Douglas "New Age" credit scheme of the Joint research and information dept. n.d. 8 sheets
British labour and unemployment and indemnities, manifesto adopted by a joint meeting of the parliamentary committee of the T.U.C. and the Executive committee of the Labour party. 17 February 1921. 1 sheet
A letter from E.N. Bennet on the Palestine question, circulated for the information of the Advisory committee on international questions of the Joint research and information dept. 1923. 1 sheet
"The Rhodesian dilemma, the chartered company's claim", theses by J.H. Harris , issued by the Advisory committee. n.d. 1 sheet
"Disarmament", a memorandum by Arthur Ponsonby , issued by the Advisory committee. 1923. 3 sheets
Minutes of the meeting of the Joint international committee of the T.U.C. and the Labour Party on 2 May 1922 and 31 January 1923. 3 sheets
Minutes of the meeting of the Advisory committee on international questions on 18 January and 1 and 8 February 1923. 5 sheets
Correspondence with the secretary of the Advisory committee. 1923. 2 sheets