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TitleFrancis Johnson Correspondence 1913
Ref NoILP/4/1913/51-100
LevelFile
Date1913
Extent1 file
Description51. 18 March 1913. W Wright to Harry Morris. (London). Merthyr constituency matters.
52. 23 March 1913. J Parket to Francis Johnson (London). Routine party business.
53. 29 March 1913. J Eads How to J Keir Hardie (St Louis). National Committee for the Unemployed; invited J Keir Hardie to speak in USA.
54. 4 April 1913. J Keir Hardie to Francis Johnson (London). Propaganda work; enclosure.
55. 5 April 1913. C E Marshall to J Keir Hardie (St. Jean de Luz). National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies and the Labour Party.
56. 8 April 1913. Marion Phillips to J Keir Hardie (London). Asked J Keir Hardie to present Women's Co-operative Guild's Petition.
57. 9 April 1913. Winifred Mayo to J Keir Hardie (London). Presentation of Women's Co-operative Guild's petition.
58. 12 April 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). Routine party business.
59. 12 April 1913. Winifred Mayo to J Keir Hardie (London). Presentation of petitions to House.
60. 15 April 1913. J Keir Hardie to Francis Johnson (London). Post card. Routine party business.
61. 16 April 1913. Alf Hunt to J Keir Hardie (London). Urged J Keir Hardie to fight anti-suffragette bill in Committee.
62. 17 April 1913. Arghur E W Marshall to J Keir Hardie (London). Solicitor; Hugh Frankliln's imprisonment
63. 22 April 1913. Francis Johnson to J Parket. (London). Routine party business.
64. 23 April 1913. Ludwig Linson to J Keir Hardie (London). "Deutscher Telegraf" wanted opinion of Kaiser.
65. 24 April 1913. T Stauning to J Keir Hardie (Copenhagen). Proposed tour of Scandinavia.
66. 25 April 1913. Ruth Franklin to J Keir Hardie (London). Praised J Keir Hardie's work for women in House; Hugh Franklin's release from prison.
67. 28 April 1913. Hugh Franklin to J Keir Hardie (London). Released from prison under "Cat & Mouse" Act.
68. 28 April 1913. Arthur E W Marshall to J Keir Hardie (London). Solicitor; Hugh Franklin's imprisonment
69. 29 April 1913. Ludwig Linson to J Keir Hardie (London). "Deutscher Telegraf"; opinion could be freely written; enclosure.
70. 6 May 1913. S M Franklin to J Keir Hardie (Chicago). National Women's Trade Union League; wanted article for "Life and Labour".
71. 6 May 1913. J Ramsay MacDonald to Francis Johnson (London). Routine party business.
72. 7 May 1913. J Keir Hardie to A. Henderson. (London). Ayrshire South constituency matters.
73. 7 May 1913. E Carpenter to David Lowe (Holmesfield). Post card. Praised David Lowe's article on Barlas.
74. 8 May 1913. T Stauning to J Keir Hardie (Copenhagen). Proposed tour of Scandinavia.
75. 9 May 1913. H Brockhouse to J Keir Hardie (London). Routine party business.
76. 9 May 1913. J Keir Hardie to Francis Johnson (London). Post card. Routine party business.
77. 10 May 1913. J M Tuohy to J Keir Hardie (London). Love letters from prominent Socialist MP to leading suffragette: New York paper claimed they were from J Keir Hardie to F Drummond.
78. 14 May 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). National Labour Party and "The Suffragette".
79. 14 May 1913. A J Thatcher to Francis Johnson (Sheffield). Sheffield Independent Labour Party; speakers for winter programme.
80. 14 May 1913. J Keir Hardie to Francis Johnson (Cumnock). Telegram. Routine party business.
81. 15 May 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). Routine party business.
82. 15 May 1913. J Keir Hardie to Francis Johnson (Cumnock). Routine party business.
83. 15 May 1913. T D Benson to J Parker. (Eccles). Halifax constituency matters.
84. 15 May 1913. T D Benson to J Keir Hardie (Eccles). Merthyr constituency matters.
85. 16 May 1913. H W Lee to Francis Johnson (London). No longer in official position with Social Democratic Federation; would work for Socialist Unity.
86. 16 May 1913. Francis Johnson to A J Thatcher. (London). Routine party business.
87. 16 May 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). Routine party business.
88. 19 May 1913. R Smillie to Francis Johnson (Larkhall). Too busy in Union to speak at Independent Labour Party Rally.
89. 21 May 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). Routine party business.
90. 21 May 1913. T Debs to Francis Johnson (Terre Haute, Indiana). Thanks for books sent to E V Debs.
91. 22 May 1913. E R Pease to Francis Johnson (London). Local Government Information Bureau business.
92. 24 May 1913. M Fahmy to J Keir Hardie (Geneva). Would send cheque to pay for printing of Egyptian Manifesto.
93. 24 May 1913. S Wakeling to Francis Johnson (Beeston). Formation of Independent Labour Party branch; cutting.
94. 2 June 1913. F P O'Hare to J Keir Hardie (St. Luis). "National Rip-Saw"; sent book of cuttings about J Keir Hardie's visit.
95. 5 June 1913. J Middleton to Francis Johnson (London). Proposed constitution of Labour and Socialist Consultative Committee.
96. 5 June 1913. A Henderson to J Keir Hardie (London). Ayrshire south constituency matters.
97. 6 June 1913. T Stauning to J Keir Hardie (Copenhagen). Proposed tour of Scandinavia.
98. 10 June 1913. Francis Johnson to J Keir Hardie (London). Proposed Labour and Socialist Consultative Committee.
99. 11 June 1913. J Keir Hardie to A Henderson. (London). Ayrshire South constituency matters.
100. 12 June 1913. A Henderson to Robert Brown. (London). Ayrshire South constituency matters.
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