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Letter from Barbara Drake to F. W. Pethick-Lawrence

Labour Research Department, 9 Old Court Mansions, Kensington, W.—Is glad he can come to the meeting of the women’s committee. Asks him to look at the rough draft of a report on women in trade unions.



Labour Research Department {1} 9 Old Court Mansions, Kensington W.
May 4

Dear Mr Pethick Lawrence,

I am hoping so much that you will be able to attend the meeting of our women’s committee on Tuesday June 1st. It would be a great help to have you.

The rough draft of our report on women in trade unions {2} is now practically complete & lying for inspection at 34 Eccleston Square.

I should be grateful if you could find time to look at it. & let me have any criticisms before the meeting.

Unfortunately, for financial reasons, we have only one typed copy.

Yrs sincerely
Barbara Drake


{1} These three words were added above the printed address by hand and underlined.

{2} Barbara Drake, Women in Trade Unions (Labour Research Department, 1920).

Carbon copy of a letter from Gladys E. Groom to Rita Hinden

Lord Pethick-Lawrence invites Dr Hinden to come to his office next Monday (probably to discuss the forthcoming House of Lords debate on colonial affairs; see 1/274–6). Encloses a page from an order paper to show how Lord Swinton’s notice is worded.

Memorandum by Kenneth Mellanby

Urges the importance of subsidising education in Nigeria.

(Probably written in connection with the Lords debate on colonial affairs. See 1/273–5.)

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