|Collection||Electoral Reform Society|
|NGO||Electoral Reform Society|
|Repository||Electoral Reform Society of Great Britain and Ireland|
|Description||"A very full set of records has been preserved. These include a complete run of minutes books, a great deal of uncatalogued correspondence (with members of the Society) on elections and other matters, reports, submissions to Parliament, press-cuttings and pamphlet material. The House of Lords has microfilms of certain of the more important material. It should be noted that the Society also has papers of individuals associated with electoral reform (e.g. J. F. S. Ross) as well as significant non-manuscript material."
(C. Cook, The Routledge Guide to British Political Archives, 2006)|
|Access Rights||Enquiries should be addressed to the Secretary|
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|Reference of Catalogue|
|Additional information||There are some papers from the Proportional Representation Society of Australia held at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies (online catalogue).
Records of Michael James Meadowcroft, who was chairman of the Electoral Reform Society from 1989-1993 are held at the British Library of Political and Economic Science (see online catalogue).
Minor references to the ERS can be found in several catalogues of the A2A database.|
|Source of Information||NRA;
C. Cook, The Routledge Guide to British Political Archives, 2006 (Electoral Reform Society of GB and Ireland);
|Last Edited at||01/06/2007 16:49:45|