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Collection Level Description: Photocopies of the Correspondence of Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell

Reference: MSS. Facs. c. 111-13
Title: Photocopies of the Correspondence of Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell
Dates of Creation: 1904-25
Extent: 3 shelfmarks
Name of Creator: Bertrand Russell

Language of Material: English

Administrative/Biographical History

Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872-1970), 3rd Earl Russell, was a philosopher and social reformer. The photocopies include material relating to women's suffrage: Russell stood for Parliament in Wimbledon as women's suffrage candidate in 1917.

Scope and Content

Photocopies of the correspondence of Bertrand Russell, 3rd Earl Russell comprising:

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Women | Suffrage

Davies | Margaret Llewelwyn | 1861-1944 | social reformer involved in Womens Cooperative Guild Movement

Laski | Harold Joseph | 1893-1950 | political scientist

Russell | Bertrand Arthur William | 1872-1970 | 3rd Earl Russell | philosopher

Sheepshanks | Mary | 1872-1958 | peace campaigner

Strachey | Jane Maria | 1840-1928 | nee Grant | feminist and author

Strachey | Oliver | 1874-1960 | civil servant

Swanwick | Helena Maria Lucy | 1864-1939 | née Sickert | journalist and suffragist

Ward | Mary Augusta | 1851-1920 | nee Arnold | novelist and social worker

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