An oral history project to celebrate LSE’s 120th anniversary, comprising recordings of interviews with alumni and staff who were studying or working at LSE between the 1950s and 2015.
The Public Lectures collection comprises recordings of around 1,000 lectures given at LSE between 1990 and 2006.
Digitised items from the Fabian Society and Young Fabians archives, including tracts, minute books and pamphlets.
Tracts published by the Fabian Society, 1884-2000.
Minutes of Fabian Society committee meetings, 1884-1954.
Pamphlets published by the Young Fabians, 1961-2000.
Diaries written by Lionel Robbins giving an account of the negotiations of the Hot Springs (1943) and Bretton Woods (1944) conferences.
This exhibition showcases items from the Lionel Robbins Papers held at LSE Library.
This is the diary kept by Lionel Robbins during his time in America in 1943. This includes time in Washington prior to the Hot Springs conference, the Hot Springs conference itself, and time in Washington after the conference.
This is the diary kept by Lionel Robbins during his time in America in 1944.
Selected material on women's history from LSE Library and The Women's Library @ LSE.
A chronological presentation of items from the collection.
Celebrating the life of the suffrage campaigner.
Rare books showcasing historical attitudes to women and their position in society.
The newspaper of the Student's Union at LSE, coverage from the first issue dated 1949 to 2011/12.
Social and political posters from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Dating from c1892 to 1910, a collection of British posters by the Conservative and Unionist Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Party, the Liberal Unionist Council and the Tariff Reform League.
Set of posters from the collection of ephemera relating to the London County Council Election of 1907.
Collection of posters and instructions on child care produced in 1930s Soviet Russia.
Collection of posters and newspaper pages from a larger set of material collected by a British Labour Delegation to Russia, 1920s-1930s.
Street Life in London (Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, London, 1877) by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith
Dating from 1869 to 1940s, the manuscript and typescript versions of the diary of Beatrice Webb.