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Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement Archive

Title
Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement Archive
Repository
State Library of South Australia
Date Range
1984 - 1 March 2009
Creator
Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement Archive (1984 - 2009)
Description

The Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement Archive was established in 1984 by a concerned group of women who wanted to preserve the history of what was called the second wave of feminism. With the aid of the Community Employment Program and the feminist community memorabilla was collected along with the papers of a variety of groups and individuals. The material was collected from late 1969 through to 2008.

Formats
Posters, minutes correspondence, flyers, badges, banners, photographs, slides, video and audio tapes, film, daybooks, scrapbooks and financial
Quantity
4000 (30 m)
Access
reference only

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