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Porcher, K.L. to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from K.L. Porcher, Headmistress of Headington School for Girls, Oxford. The letter Irene Hancock attended the school from 1915-1917 and was prefect and head girl. Porcher also indicates that Irene studied under a kindergarten teacher and has practical experience working in a home.

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Mulliner, J.C. to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from J.C. Mulliner, house mistress of Portsmouth High School for Girls. The letter indicates that Irene Hancock was a pupil in the boarding house and that Mulliner recommends her for any position having to do with the house care of children.

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Hoster, Constance to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Constance Hoster, owner of Mrs. Hoster's Typewriting, Shorthand and Translation Offices stating that Irene Hancock took a six month course in secretarial training and recommending her for a position.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey thanking Irene Hancock for her with Ray's electoral campaign in the Brentford & Chiswick Parliamentary Elections in 1923.

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Hubback, Eva Marian to Irene Hancock.

correspondence from Eva Marian Hubback. Letter states that Mrs. Horton has been hired by the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship at a salary of 250

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Hoster, Constance to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Constance Hoster, owner of Mrs. Hoster's Typewriting, Shorthand and Translation Offices stating that Irene Hancock took a six month course in secretarial training and recommending her for a position.

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Rathbone, Eleanor to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Eleanor Rathbone. The letter indicates that the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship will miss Irene, and also asks for her help into making an inquiry about a Dr. Florence Edwards who has contacted Eleanor asking for help with a financial matter.

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Rathbone, Eleanor to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Eleanor Rathbone, likely sent to Irene upon the occasion of her stepping down from her position as General Secretary of the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship. A post-script from Eve Hubback notes that the letter seems to have included a pecuniary gift.

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Hubback, Eva Marian to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Eva Marian Hubback. Letter indicates that Irene Hancock will be stepping down from her position as General Secretary with the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship, of which Hubback was Chairman of Parliamentary Committee at the time.

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National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship. The letter is addressed to Irene Hancock and signed by members of the society, wishing her a happy and successful future. Accompanying is a clipping discusses Irene stepping down from her position as General Secretary of the organization and a party held in her honour on the occasion.

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Anthony, Sylvia to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Sylvia Anthony. The letter sends best wishes and thanks to Irene for her work as General Secretary of the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship. It also mentions her upcoming trip to Vienna and Sylvia's current travels in the Dolomite Mountain range.

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Hughes, Hester S to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Hester S. Hughes. The letter states that Hester will miss Irene at the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship and wishes her luck in her future.

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Macadam, Elizabeth to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Elizabeth Macadam. The letter indicates that Elizabeth will miss Irene and her organization skills at the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship and wishes her a relaxing holiday.

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Merrifield, F de G. to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from F. de G. Merrifield. The letter indicates that Merrifield read an article in The Woman's Leader about Irene stepping down as General Secretary for the National Union Societies for Equal Citizenship and wishes her the best of luck with her holiday, and her intention to become a barrister.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses Irene's plans to travel to Vienna and suggests to her a packing list, including skates and skis, as well as which countries to have her passport endorsed for. Ray also mentions that her daughter Barbara is looking forward to the upcoming Spring and her trip to Europe.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses Irene's travel in Vienna and the timing of Ray coming to visit in December.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses sending money to Irene, whether Barbara is keeping up with her lessons, and about a potential libel lawsuit.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses plans for Barbara for the Spring, whether or not Irene has a friend who would accompany Barbara on a sailing trip Barbara's health and plans to write exams for university.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses plans for Barbara for the Spring and Summer, being that she should stay in Vienna and take a series of sailing trips. The letter also mentions potential people to watch over Barbara, namely the Buchtas, Dr. Weissel, Helga Hoppe and Lady Phipps as well as the fact that Barbara has fallen in love.

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Hancock, Irene to Ray Strachey.

Correspondence from Irene Hancock to Ray Strachey, largely discussing the health of, and plans for, Barbara. Irene indicates that Barbara does not want to stay in Vienna but that she may again change her mind on this. As well, Irene states that Barbara has been unwell for the week and suspects that she may be anemic.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses plans for Barbara for the Spring and Summer, specifically taking a sailing trip. Ray expresses concern that Barbara can not be left alone in Vienna and also can not return to England for the summer, but also indicates that she is relieved by the doctor's report of Barbara's health.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses plans for Barbara for the Spring and Summer, and outlines the details of a boat trip back to England for Irene and Barbara if Barbara does not end up going on a sailing trip.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter discusses plans for Barbara for the Spring and Summer, and outlines the details of a boat trip back to England for Irene and Barbara if Barbara does not end up going on a sailing trip.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter outlines the details of a boat trip back to England for Irene and Barbara. A brief not indicates that Helen Ward lost out on a position in the National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship to Mrs. Ryland.

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Strachey, Ray to Irene Hancock.

Correspondence from Ray Strachey. The letter outlines the details of the boat trip that Irene and Barbara will be taking back to England. Also noted is that Ray will pay for damage to a piano, and that Irene and Barbara can get their passports endorsed by Sir Eric Phipps.

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Telegram.

Telegram sent to an unknown correspondent stating that Irene Hancock left Canada on August 20, 1932 and is due to arrive in Waterloo, England on August 26, 1932.

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