The contents are as follows.
(i) Typescript of the essay 'Sunday in the village', 1944, which won the Arthur Markham Memorial Prize awarded by Sheffield University (folio 1). Tom Hanlin used the same material in his story 'Bright and cheerful is the day' (MS.27420, folio 20).
(ii) Typescripts of two articles, undated, 'The novel is doomed' and 'Tension-snap-relief!' (folio 30). The second is incomplete.
(iii) Letter, 1946, of Marion Saunders, Tom Hanlin's American agent, concerning an invitation to work as a scriptwriter in Hollywood, and a royalty statement, 1952 (folio 45).