1. Family and personal correspondence, 1911-1959. 2. Travel diaries for 1927, 1946 and 1957. 3. Articles and broadcasts with accompanying notes, 1936-1950. 4. Collection of documents relating to the English Suffragette movement. 5. Papers relating to Australian women's suffrage. 6. Papers relating to Rischbieth's involvement in various women's organisations. 7. Papers relating to the British Commonwealth League, which was formed in 1925 as a branch of the International Women's Suffrage Alliance. 8. Papers relating to the International Women's Suffrage Alliance, which was founded in 1904 and in 1946 became the International Alliance of Women. 9. Correspondence, reports and other papers relating to Rischbieth's 1935 appointment as Australian Delegate to the League of Nations. 10. Papers relating to the formation of the United Nations, 1944-1945, with reports of the U.N. Commission on the Status of women. 11. Subject files on various countries and subjects. The files include correspondence, pamphlets, press cuttings and other Papers.
Feminist. Co-founder of the Women's Service Guild of Western Australia, 1909. Co-founder and President, Australian Federation of Women Voters, 1921-1942. In the later years of her life Rischbieth clashed with Jessie Street, whom she labelled a communist.