Mauricle Hussey papers
TEMP MSS 544
Scope and Content
Box 1 typescript of 'Pencil for a Passport: Trust for a Talisman', Mauricle Hussey (MH) autobiography (1974): (1/1) parts 1-3, chapters 1-16, pp.1-90; (1/2) parts 4-6, chapters 17-31, pp.91-172; (1/3) parts 6 (continued)-8, chapters 32-48, pp.173-264; (1/4) parts 9-10, chapters 49-64, pp.265-348; (1/5) reproductions of the authors drawings.
Box 2 printed material: (2/1) United Nations; (2/2) peace and disarmament; (2/3) peace and disarmament; (2/4) Soviet Union; (2/5) Soviet Union; (2/6) various publications including those on human rights, Vietman War and China, and various publications about and by Quakers.
Box 3 visual and audio material: (3/1) sketches, mainly figures and portraits; (3/2) photographs of portrait sketches; (3/3) photographs of overseas trips; (3/4) photographs of Kenya (1953); (3/5) photograph strips and slides of Russia; (3/6) family photographs; (3/7/1) photographs of China; (3/7/2) photographs of China; (3/8) negatives; (3/9) prints; (3/10) sketches, mainly portraits and military personnel; (3/11) sketches, mainly portraits and military personnel; (3/12) framed portrait of a woman; (3/13) reel to reel of talks by MH on Russia; (3/14) reel to reel interview with MH on trip to Cuba; (3/15) reel to reel of a broadcast made in San Francisco by MH, with a supporting letter.
Box 4 typescript drafts of articles and interviews by MH; (4/1) 'Elmdon'; (4/2) 'Visit to Prague' (1947-1948); (4/3) 'Refugees in Bad Pyrmont' (1949); (4/4) 'Southern Africa' (1955); (4/5-4/29) various articles about Russia; (4/30) United Nations; (4/31) radio interview, California (1962); (4/32-4/34) Cuba; (4/35) published articles.
Box 5: (5/1) index of press cuttings; (5/2) press cuttings Malvern Gazette (1957-1960); (5/3) press cuttings about MH; (5/4) personal papers; (5/5) family wills and administrative papers; (5/6) family letters (1895-1950); (5/7) letters and memoranda regarding Russia; (5/8) letters to MH (1927-1965); (5/9) memoranda and notes about Hamburg (1946-1948); (5/10) Conference of Women for International Cooperation Year papers (1964); (5/11/1) World Congress of Peace papers; (5/11/2) World Congress of Peace papers; (5/12) letters, meeting papers and leaflets mainly relating to Russia and peace (1958-1965).
Box 6: file of press cuttings, some with transcriptions and translations.
Box 7: (7/1) letters including those contesting the will of Mrs K. E. D. Trumbell (1948-1955); (7/2) letters including those contesting the will of Mrs K. E. D. Trumbell (1950-1955); (7/3) letters (1965-1975); (7/4) rough notes and notebooks; (7/5) diary of a vist to Moscow (1959); (7/6) photographs of illustrations for 'Pencil for a Passport: Trust for a Talisman' by MH.
7 boxes and 1 outsize folder
Level of description
Condition governing access
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