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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleScrapbooks of Miss LF Nettlefold (lawyer)
Ref No10/07
Box Fetch No10/07 (2 volumes)
LevelCollection
Date1914-1920
Extent2 A boxes (2 volumes)
Admin Biographical HistorySee the biography for Nettlefold; Lucy Frances (1891-1966); lawyer
DescriptionThese scrapbooks consist of press cuttings and printed ephemera documenting Miss Nettlefold's own legal career and the campaigns relating to women's entry into the legal profession. It also includes legal documents relating to Bebb v. The Law Society, a manuscript paper [by Miss Nettlefold] entitled, 'Women and the Legal Profession'; and a transcript paper entitled, 'History of the efforts to open the legal profession to women in England and Scotland', Mar 1920. Also included are articles on women lawyers in Britain and abroad and cuttings relating to the barrister Helena Normanton. (1 volume 1910-1920 (119 pages))
Related MaterialThe Women's Library also holds records relating to Nettlefold's involvement with the British Federation of University Women (5BFW); the Equal Pay Committee archive holds some correspoindence from Miss Nettlefold re London County Council elections, 1951-1954 (6EPC/02/2/04); whilst the Autograph Letter Collection holds one letter by Nettlefold (9/01/1332). The Women's Library also holds the records of Helena Normanton (7HLN).
Related Record7HLN
9/01/1332
6EPC/02/2/04
5BFW
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsThis collection is available for research. Readers are advised to contact The Women's Library @ LSE in advance of their first visit.
Former Reference Number10/12 now part of 10/07
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