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Ruth & Maurie Crow collection

Ruth & Maurie Crow collection
Victoria University of Technology, Victoria University Archives

Collection of working papers and printed material (both published and unpublished) relating to the work of campaigners Ruth and Maurie Crow, including Ruth Crow's work with women and children in Brunswick during WWII, and Maurie Crow's in the Clerk's Union, and the pioneering work they did from the 1960's onwards in relation to public participation in urban planning, building neighbourhood communities and creating a sustainable future.

To access material in the collection, please email our Special Collections librarians. You will receive an emailed response within 24 hours (Mon-Fri) and a suitable time will be arranged.
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'The Crow Collection', 2002, Details

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