T C Pannell, member of parliament, to Ian Mackay mentioning that Tillett spoke at the first Independent Labour Party conference and recalls other anecdotes about Tillett, 22 Jan  (MSS.74/6/2/81).
Arthur Peacock to Ian Mackay on information on Tillett's life, nd (MSS.74/6/2/82-83).
W Pearce to Ian Mackay: details on the strike in Bristol, the demonstration and the subsequent charge against Tillett, 26 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/84).
G E Pitchford to Ian Mackay on a meeting in Cardiff about 1931 when Tillett dealt with a drunken heckler, 22 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/85).
Harry Pollitt to Ian Mackay: memories of Tillett at the 1921 and 1922 Trades Union Congresses. Also on Tillett's visit to the Soviet Union in 1924 as one of the official Trades Union Congress delegation, 21 Jan 1951(MSS.74/6/2/86).
G Potter to Ian Mackay: suggests a meeting to discuss his memories of Tillett, 23 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/87).
A Fabra Ribas to Ben Tillett: written from Madrid, on the role of the Spanish press, working against the Republic and on religious issues and support for the Socialist movement in Spain, 24 Jan 1933 (MSS.74/6/2/88).
E A Rogers, son of a master stevedore, to Ian Mackay on dockland in the 1880s and the struggle for a tanner an hour, 22 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/89).
W H S to Ian Mackay: postcard on financial difficulties experienced by the 'Daily Herald', 30 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/90).
[?C] Selley to Ian Mackay: memories of the Southport Trades Union Congress and early details of the organisation of the Dockers' Union, 23 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/91).
T N Shane, publicity officer of the Trades Union Congress, to Ian Mackay; letter covering enclosure (not attached), 13 Mar 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/92).
W H Stevenson to Ian Mackay: suggests the importance of Swansea and district to a study of Ben Tillett's life, 23 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/93).
J Sunderland to Ian Mackay: memories of Tillett standing for the Independent Labour Party as parliamentary candidate for West Bradford, Yorkshire, 19 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/94), with (attached) Tillett to J Sunderland reminiscing about the 'old days', 3 Jan 1934 (MSS.74/6/2/95).
[?H Swaffer] to Ian Mackay: critical letter on Tillett and the disagreements between most of the big trade union leaders and Tillett, 25 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/96).
G W Thompson to Ian Mackay: on a meeting chaired by Tillett, held in London in 1910 and addressed by Jim Larkin, to raise funds to support the Dublin strikes, 22 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/97); on disagreement as to who was responsible for leadership of the Great Dock Strike, Tillett or Mann or Burns, 26 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/98); on Tillett's association with Stafford, 9 Mar 1951 (MSS.74/6/99).
Lilian Tillett (Ben's wife) to Ian Mackay: indicates that she is anxious to contact anyone interested in her late husband, 20 Jan 1950 (MSS.74/6/2/100); telegram of thanks for letter from Mackay, 31 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/101); arranges a meeting, 9 Feb 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/102).
P G Tripp, District Officer of the Transport and General Workers' Union, to Ian Mackay; covering a pamphlet (not attached). Mentions Tillett's appeal against retirement, when aged seventy, which was rejected, and his subsequent interest in spiritualism, 22 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/103).
K E Venner to Ian Mackay on a hunger march in the Isle of Wight in 1933 to a rally in Newport, addressed by Ben Tillett, 12 Feb  (MSS.74/6/2/104).
Lady Warwick to Tillett: calls for a United Front, 21 Dec 1936 (MSS.74/6/2/105).
S F Whitlock, former delegate to the West Ham Trades Council, to Ian Mackay: stories of Tillett's extravagance and outrageous behaviour, indicating his concern to retain his place in the trade union movement. Also on poaching of trade union members. Suggests Tillett lost support in the Labour movement because of his pro-government attitude during the First World War, 22 Jan 1951 (MSS.74/6/2/107).
Extract from the 'Daily Telegraph' on Tillett's call upon God to strike Lord Devonport dead, 25 Jul 1912 (MSS.74/6/2/108).
Notes by Ian Mackay on Ben Tillett, especially prior to the great dock strike of 1889, (MSS.74/6/2/109) and on cuttings about Tillett (see MSS.74/7/6), [1951-1952] (MSS.74/6/2/110).
Notes by Ian Mackay on aspects of Tillett's life and the 1912 dock strike, [1951-1952] (MSS.74/6/2/111-115).
Photographs of Tillett's home [?Bethnal Green], nd (MSS.74/6/2/116-117).