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Date: 1936-2010
Functions, occupations and activities: Political Parties > Liberal Party/Liberal Democrats
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C7878 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O24063 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
records incl those rel to Europe
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
See Annual report 1986-87 1987-88, Annual Return 1996
2
1969-89: papers rel to SDP
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
See Accessions to repositories 1991
3
1936-53: corresp, speeches, conference papers and pamphlets
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
NRA 41138
4
1989-2001: papers from party re-launch onwards
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
See Annual Return 2002
5
1988-2006: additional papers of the Liberal Party from their re-launch onwards
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
See Annual Return 2007
6
1962-66: General Election expenses ledger
Bristol University Information Services: Special Collections
NRA 33764
7
1955: papers of WJ Roberts, agent for Conway constituency, rel to Liberal Party annual assembly at Llandudno
National Library of Wales: Department of Collection Services
NRA 41974 Liberal Party
8
1960-1990s: additional papers
London University: London School of Economics Library, Archives and Special Collections
See Annual Return 2011
9
c1950-2010: papers incl consitution papers, manifestos; consultations; Liberal Assembly; Manchester Liberal Party; Young Liberal Movement; leaflets and promotional material, guides to elections, circulars, newsletters; with related periodicals and pamphlets
Labour History Archive and Study Centre (People's History Museum/University of Central Lancashire)

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