The Huguenot Ancestry of the Mallalieus of Saddleworth Item
20th centuryPhotocopied article concerning the ancestry of the Mallalieu family. Enclosed with a letter, dated 12 Nov 1996, sent by Malcolm Swift QC to Ann [Mallalieu] stating that he found this article within his mother's belongings alongside her speech on the occassion of JPW Mallalieu being appointed as a Freeman of Kirklees, and thought she would like a copy for her archives.
Newspaper cutting concerning Mallalieu Street, Royton Item
20th centuryUndated newspaper cutting concerning a court case to change the name of Mellalieu Street, Royton, because local residents struggled to spell it
c1940- Jan 1980Photographs of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu. The photographs include family photographs, photographs of visits to Royal Navy Ships and RAF sites, and photographs of JPWM Mallalieu at official events.
Photographs of family and friends Item
c1940-27 Jan 1980Photographs of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu and his family and friends. The photographs include: a photograph of Mallalieu in his Royal Navy uniform, c1939-1945; photographs of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu and Rita Mallalieu's wedding day, 1945; photographs of the christening of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu and Rita Mallalieu's daughter Ann Mallalieu at the House of Commons in 1945; photographs of JPW Mallalieu with Michael Foot at an FA Cup football match in 1949 between Huddersfield Town and Plymouth Argyle (Michael Foot was a Plymouth supporter), which Huddersfield won 1-0; photographs of Mallalieu at a football match; photographs of Mallalieu's friend Arthur Gardiner and his wife; a family photograph of Mallalieu with his wife Rita, daughter Ann, son Ben, and their dog; a photograph of Mallalieu playing cricket; a photograph of JPW Mallalieu, Rita Mallalieu and Ben Mallalieu outside Buckingham Palace after Mallalieu has received his knighthood in Jun 1979;
Photographs of visits to Royal Navy ships and RAF sites Item
c1966-c1968Photographs of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu visiting Royal Navy ships and Royal Air Force (RAF) sites. Between 1967-1968 Mallalieu was Minister of Defence (Royal Navy).
The photographs include; numerous photographs of Mallalieu onboard HMS Cleopatra and HMS Kent during a visit to Portland on 14 Jun 1966, including a photograph of Mallalieu onboard HMS Ark Royal; a photograph of Mallalieu onboard HMS Simbang; a photograph of Mallalieu onboard HMS Vernon; a photograph of Mallalieu at RAF St Mawgan in Jun 1966; a photograph of Mallalieu with the Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Charles at the Royal Aircarft Establishment, Farnborough, Hampshire on 5 Aug 1968.
Photographs at official events Item
May 1965- Jan 1980Photographs of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu attending various events in his capacity as MP for Huddersfield and as a Minister of Government. The file includes: an official photograph of Mallalieu alongside seven other MPS, c1950s-1960s, mounted on card; a photograph of Mallalieu being fitted with a parachute during a visit to the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC); a photograph of Mr and Mrs Mallalieu at the Opening Day of the 18th International Gifts Fair, Blackpool, 6 Feb 1967; a photograph of Mallalieu in 'The Britannia Inn' during British Week in Bruges, Belgium in Apr 1968; a photograph of Joseph Percival William Mallalieu at the official opening of the Huddersfield Jobcentre on 10 Jul 1974; and a photograph of Mallalieu canvassing in Huddersfield in 1966.
Press articles concerning JPW Mallalieu's life and work Series
1945-1983Newspaper articles concerning JPW Mallalieu's life and political career. The articles cover his full political career from being elected as Labour MP for Huddersfield in 1945, and from 1950 onwards as MP for Huddersfield East (following the split of the constituency), until his resignation in 1979. The articles also include obituaries following Mallalieu's death on 13 Mar 1980.
Magazine articles concerning JPW Mallalieu and his literary work on radio and television Item
1944-1958Includes a copy of the Radio Times, 6 Oct 1944, which contains a synopsis for a radio programme based on his work Very Ordinary Seaman, and a copy of the TV Times, 10 Jan 1958, which contains an article about JPW Mallalieu's life and work with regards to his television programme What the Papers Say starting on Granada TV that week.
Newspaper cuttings concerning the 1945 General Election Item
Jun 1945-Jul 1945Newspaper articles concerning JPW Mallalieu's campaign and victory in the 1945 General Election, held on 5 Jul 1945, collected by the Mallalieu family. The cuttings are mostly taken from the Huddersfield Examiner.
Newspaper cuttings concerning various events in JPW Mallalieu's political career Item
1946-1982Various newspaper articles concerning JPW Mallalieu's career as Labour MP for Huddersfield and then Huddersfield East (following the split of the constituency in 1950). The file includes articles concerning Mallalieu meeting constituents in Hudderfield and speaking at public events, his backing of projects in the Huddersfield area and articles concerning Labour's political history. The file also includes an article that Mallalieu wrote for Illustrated about meeting Traian Cerega, a former leader of the Romanian steelworkers trade union, who was a political prisoner during the Cold War.