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London University: Senate House Library: 2014 Accessions

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  • Ted Crawford (b 1936), Trotskyist, member of Socialist Platform Ltd: articles and corresp 1989 (MS1210)
  • Cyril Lionel Robert James (1901-1989), activist, writer and historian: corresp 1938-1957 (MS1210)
  • Herbert Edward Palmer (1880-1961), poet and literary critic and Alan Denson (fl c1950-1995), bibliographer: records incl corresp, poems, photographs and autobiographical notes c1858-1995 (MS1202)
  • Charles William Paulet (1832-1897), Colonel: diary 1871 (MS1210)
  • Harry Ratner (1919-2013), Trotskyist: corresp with Ernest Rogers, Ted Crawford, Alan Christianson and Mike Jones, with 'Applying the Transitional Programme' report 1943-1998 (MS1210)
  • RW Reader (1914-2013), army officer: papers rel to University of London studies and activities as a lecturer whilst a prisoner of war 1941-1944 (MS1207)
  • Ernest Rogers (1914-2004), communist activist, Oehlerite: corresp with Joe Thomas, Frank Williams, Al Richardson, Denis Levin, Revolutionary Communist Party, memoir, with notes and comments on article with Pierre Broue 1945-1991 (MS1210)
  • Michael Slater (b 1936), academic and writer: subject files on Katharine Longley and Ellen Ternan incl corresp, also incl papers rel to Charles Dickens/Ternan scholarship 1939-2010 (MS1211)
  • Joe Thomas (1912-1990), communist activist: corresp, incl with Ernest Rogers 1945-1990 (MS1210)
  • Socialist Platform Ltd, printers, Westcliff-on-Sea: combined register and minute book 1982-20th cent (MS1210)
  • London University: records of the Students' Union c1945-2012 (UoL/UN)
  • Gilt-illuminated volume paying tribute to Sir Edwin Durning-Lawrence's service to his parliamentary constituency of Truro-Helston 1905-1914 (MS1208)
  • First World War era suppressed leaflets and pamphlets incl those written by Clifford Allen and Fenner Brockway, The Tribunal, Union of Democratic Control, No Conscription Fellowship, with pacifist leaflets 1913-1923 (MS1152)
  • Photographs of Arthur MacManus, first chairman of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Edmund Frow, co-founder of the Working Class Movement Library, and Walter 'Wal' Hannington, founder member of the Communist Party of Great Britain 20th cent (MS1210)