Press-cutting on the 'Two Jeans', two Scottish girls who came south to do war work, but refused to accept the conditions in the factory to which they had been assigned, 19 Aug 1941 [MSS.11/3/25/13].
Correspondence and completed forms re special trip to Dorset in commemoration of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, Jun 1959 [MSS.11/3/25/15-33].
Mr R. Underhill, West Midlands Regional Organiser of the Labour Party, to R.B. Ritchie: drawing his attention to the association of a member of Coventry Borough Labour Party with the Socialist Labour League, a proscribed organisation, 20 Nov 1959 [MSS.11/3/25/40].
Coventry South Constituency Labour Party: minutes of a special meeting concerning alleged membership of the Socialist Labour League of two local Labour Party members, 2 Dec 1959 [MSS.11/3/25/41].
Socialist Labour League: 'The Newsletter', vol.3, no.129, 5 Dec 1959 [MSS.11/3/25/43].
Further correspondence about the expulsion of two Socialist Labour League members from the Labour Party, 8-14 Dec 1959 [MSS.11/3/25/45-48].
Notes for speeches on the Labour Party, undated [MSS.11/3/25/57-58].
Notes and a draft leaflet for a pre-Labour Party conference assembly designed to draft an emergency resolution on nuclear warfare, 1 Oct 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/60-62].
G. Hockey, Chairman of the Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU) 5/42 branch, to Coventry Borough Labour Party: about disagreements between the two organisations, 2 Feb 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/74-77].
Jack Jones, TGWU, Regional Secretary, to R.B. Ritchie: about the disagreement between Coventry Borough Labour Party and the Coventry 5/42 branch of the TGWU, 13 Feb-8 Apr 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/89-98].
TGWU 5/155 branch: letter opposing the recent statements of Labour Party leaders against public ownership, 21 Feb 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/101].
Frank Cousins, General Secretary, TGWU: letter refusing an invitation to address a rally in Coventry, 31 Mar 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/103].
Letters and press cuttings about public nuisance created by the storage of waste materials near Moat Street and York Street, Godiva Ward, Coventry, Jul 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/111-114].
Coventry Borough Labour Party: report of the executive committee to the 15th annual meeting, Oct 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/127].
Coventry Central: resolution defending 'Keep Left' and criticising the appointment of R. Underhill, Labour Party regional organiser of the West Midlands, as the editor of 'New Advance', undated  [MSS.11/3/25/128].
Campaign for Democratic Socialism: circular letter about the new monthly publication, 'Campaign', and the struggle for unilateral disarmament, Jan 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/131].
Correspondence to Coventry Borough Labour Party from the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War and the Coventry Trades Council: about the planned demonstrations against Polaris, 4 Jan, 22 Mar 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/136-137].
Coventry Peace Council and Nuclear Disarmament Committee: documents, especially re the 2nd Midlands Conference for Peace, Jan 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/141-143].
Alderman G.E. Hodkinson to 'Coventry Evening Telegraph': about trade with the Soviet Union and satellite countries, 21 Jan 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/152].
M. Randle, secretary, Committee of 100: circular letter about forthcoming demonstration against the government's nuclear policies, Apr 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/190].
Labour Party: 'Labour Woman', vol.49, no.5, May 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/207].
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament: financial appeal, with attached reply from the Labour Party covering small donation, May 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/219-220].
Coventry Trades Council: minutes of a delegate meeting, 18 May 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/226].
Coventry Communist Party and others: correspondence on the use of amplifying equipment in Coventry precinct, Jun 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/230-235].
Coventry Trades Council: minutes of a delegate meeting, 15 Jun 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/243].
Co-operative Party: duplicated press release about Hungary, Jul 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/256].
Frank Green to 'Coventry Evening Telegraph': about establishment of a Trade Union Liaison Committee in Coventry, 21 Jul 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/257].
Coventry Youth Peace Campaign to Mr F. Green: correspondence about proposed demonstration, 19-28 Aug 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/272].
Croydon Labour Party: correspondence with Coventry Borough re the international situation and the Berlin crisis, 30 Aug-5 Sep 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/278-279].
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament: leaflets with attached circular letter from Peggy Duff, Organising Secretary, CND, requesting support for demonstrations, [Sep] 1961 [MSS.11/3/25/285-290].
Various editions of the 'Citizen' for the following localities: Coventry (2 issues), Plymouth, West Ham North and South, Wood Green and North Tottenham, South Norfolk, Bethnal Green and Hackney South, Sudbury and Woodbridge, Salisbury, South Battersea and Romford, 1960 [MSS.11/3/25/306-317].