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Mallalieu, Sir Joseph Percival William, MP Archive
The collection comprises the literary, political and personal papers of Sir Joseph Percival William Mallalieu (1908-1980), MP, journalist, author and naval officer. The records include: copies of JPW Mallalieu's publications and reviews of his literary works (1942-1985); records concerning Mallalieu's political career (1911-1979) as Labour MP for Huddersfield, 1945-1950, and Huddersfield East, 1950-1979, including both his work in his constituency and as a Minister of State in Harold Wilson's government, 1964-1970; and personal papers (1927-1992) collected by JPW Mallalieu and his wife, Lady Rita Mallalieu, including family correspondence and newspaper cuttings and photographs concerning the Mallalieu family and their careers.

Also three exhibition boards of J. P.W. Mallalieu (MP for Huddersfield East) one at the Labour Rooms in Huddersfield with Barbara Castle in 1962, one of his visit to Bradley Children's Home in 1963 and one of him meeting his constituents also in 1963 [Local History Exhibition at the University of Huddersfield, 2006]
  • JPM/1

    Literary papers Subfonds

    1942-1985
    Papers concerning Sir Joseph Percival William Mallalieu's literary career. The records include copies of his publication Passed To You, Please and On Larkill, as well as reviews of On Larkhill and correspondence concerning the publication of, and royalties received from, JPW Mallalieu's works.
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  • JPM/2

    Political papers Subfonds

    1911-1979
    Records concerning Sir Joseph Percival William Mallalieu's political career as Labour MP for the Huddersfield, and Huddersfield East constituencies. The records include material relating to the Labour Party and material relating to his work within his constituency and as a Member of Parliament and Minister of State.
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  • JPM/3

    Personal papers Subfonds

    1927-1992
    Personal papers of Sir Joseph Percival William Mallalieu and his wife Lady Rita Mallalieu. The papers include personal correspondence and family history records, photographs of JPW Mallalieu with his family and friends and in his role as an MP, newspaper cuttings concerning his political career, and records concerning Lady Rita Mallalieu's life and career.
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