Ben Tillett to Councillor John Donovan, Bristol: working-class contribution to the war effort is contrasted with the attitude of financiers and speculators, 6 Aug 1940 (MSS.74/6/2/52).
Ben Tillett to David Lloyd George on current political events and Lloyd George's activities, 29 Apr 1932 (MSS.74/6/2/54), with covering note from Lord Beaverbrook to Ian Mackay, 15 Sep 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/53).
W. J Goldsby to Ian Mackay: some details of Tillett's life taken from Majoribank's 'Life of Lord Curzon', 15 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/55).
Jack Gill to Ian Mackay: some reminiscences concerning Tillett, 26 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/56).
G Hill to Ian Mackay on the 'Workers' Pocket Book' published by Letts Diaries and edited by Ben Tillett, 27 Feb 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/57).
K Inglis, history department of the University of Melbourne, to Ian Mackay on Ben Tillett's visits to Australasia (MSS.74/6/2/58), with (attached) text of talk given by Inglis at a Melbourne University Historical Society conference on Ben Tillett in Australia, Aug 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/59).
K Inglis to Ian Mackay: letter containing copies of two poems, farewell to Ben Tillett, 10 Jan 1952 (MSS.74/6/2/58).
Carol Johnson to Ian Mackay: letter, 16 Oct 1950 (MSS.74/6/2/62) covering attached notes (MSS.74/6/2/63) by Frank Barlow, Johnson's assistant, on Tillett in the parliamentary records, covering his election contests with an account of Tillett's time at the House of Commons, especially the speeches he made.
[?H] Wynn Jones to Ian Mackay suggesting he contact George Titt, former mayor of Manchester. With a tip for the Grand National, 7 Mar 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/64).
Rowland Kenney to Ian Mackay regretting that correspondence he received from Tillett was destroyed and referring to his autobiography for references to Tillett, 21 Jan 1951(MSS.74/6/2/65).
A E King to Ian Mackay: a taxi-driver's reminiscences of Ben Tillett, 19 Jan 1951(MSS.74/6/2/66).
Alderman B V Kirby, Liverpool, to Ian Mackay: letter, 19 Feb 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/67/1) covering photograph of Tillett when he was a boy in the navy (MSS.74/6/2/67/2).
James Ramsay MacDonald to Mr Gibson on Ben Tillett's testimonial fund, 8 Aug 1936 (MSS.74/6/2/68).
J McGowan Tillett to Ian Mackay: brief reminisences of a marine engineer, distantly related to Ben Tillett, 21 Jan 1951(MSS.74/6/2/69).
Letter from Ben Tillett to Matt' McKeigue encouraging him in his new publicity (theatrical) business, 29 Mar 1932 (MSS.74/6/2/71), with covering note from Peter M McKeigue, Matt's son, to Ian Mackay, 21 Apr 1952 (MSS.74/6/2/70).
H McKenna to Ian Mackay on Clement Attlee's attitude to Tillett's suggestion that the Almighty should strike Lord Devonport dead, 19 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/72).
C H Miller to Ian Mackay covering press cuttings on Tillett's funeral and commemorative card from Tom Mann's 80th birthday dinner, 19 Jan 1951(MSS.74/6/2/73).
Notes on Tillett's connections (especially social) with the press (MSS.74/6/2/75), with covering note to Ian Mackay from C E Munro, formerly of the staff of the 'Empire News', 24 Jan 1950 (MSS.74/6/2/74).
M Nicholls to Ian Mackay on the opening of the Socialist Sunday School in the Horsefair, Bristol, nd (MSS.74/6/2/76).
William A Norman to Ian Mackay on his father, who was the first branch secretary of the Dock, Wharf, Riverside and General Labourers' Union, first branch, referring to his father's diary, and promising to lend it to Mackay, 13 and 25 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/77-78).
[?J] Norris to Mr Donovan: note on attached copy of pamphlet, nd (MSS.74/6/2/79).
'A Docker' [Ben Tillett]: typescript copy of 'A Dock Labourers' bitter cry'. Page 7 is a copy of correspondence from Tillett to several members of parliament [a copy of MSS.74/3/1/76] with copies of replies on pages 8-10, 1887 (MSS.74/6/2/80).