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The Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus Provincial Archives Asia-Australia Provincial Archives Asia-Australia
Faithful Companions of Jesus in Australia (1882 - )
The South Australian Country Women's Association
The Country Women's Association of the Northern Territory (1961 - )
The South Australian Country Women's Association Inc. (1929 - )
South Australian Museum Archives
Bates, Daisy May (1863 - 1951), Anthropologist and Journalist
McConnel, Ursula Hope (1888 - 1957), Anthropologist and Photographer
Pink, Olive Muriel (1884 - 1975), Anthropologist and Botanical artist
Special Collections, Academy Library, UNSW@ADFA, Australian Defence Force Academy
Cato, Nancy (1917 - 2000), Author, Journalist, Poet and Environmentalist
Melbourne Women's Theatre Group (1974 - 1977)
Oodgeroo Noonuccal (1920 - 1993), Poet, Political activist, Artist and Educator
Spunner, Suzanne Sylvia (1951 - ), Writer, Critic and Playwright
Turner, Ethel (1872 - 1958), Author
Wright, Judith Arundell (1915 - 2000), Poet and Writer
Stanton Library, North Sydney Municipal Council
Read, Robyn, Politician, Public Servant, Writer, Journalist and Parliamentarian
State Bank of New South Wales
Country Women's Association of New South Wales (1922 - )
State Library of New South Wales
Australian Women's Army Service (AWAS) (1941 - 1947)
Australian Women's Army Service Association (NSW) (1948 - )
Benevolent Society of New South Wales (1813 - )
Cutler, Helen Gray Annetta (1923 - 1990), Servicewoman and Community worker
Dwyer, Catherine Winifred (Kate) (1861 - 1949), Teacher and Activist
Fairfax, Mary Elizabeth (1858 - 1945), Community worker and Philanthropist
Female Orphan Institution (1801 - 1850)
Girl Guides Australia (1926 - )
Golding, Annie Mackenzie (1855 - 1934), Activist, Feminist, Suffragist and Teacher
Golding, Isabella Theresa (Belle) (1864 - 1940), Factory inspector, Feminist and Suffragist
Humphreys, Lilias Stuart (1909 - 1985), Artist and Genealogist
Jones, Margaret (1923 - 2006), Journalist
Mayo, Lilian Daphne (1895 - 1982), Sculptor
National Council of Women of New South Wales (1896 - )
O'Harris, Pixie (1903 - 1991), Illustrator and Author
Owen, Gladys Mary (1889 - 1960), Artist and Social worker
Raisbeck, Rosina (1916 - 2006), Opera singer
Read, Robyn, Politician, Public Servant, Writer, Journalist and Parliamentarian
Scott, Rose (1847 - 1925), Feminist
Shennen, Shirley Emilie (1923 - ), Servicewoman
Spender, Dale (1943 - ), Writer
Stevenson, Clare Grant (1903 - 1988), Bureaucrat, Servicewoman and Community worker
Wakehurst, Margaret, Community worker
Walker, Eadith Campbell (1861 - 1937), Philanthropist
Windeyer, Mary Elizabeth (1837 - 1912), Charity worker and Women's rights activist
Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF) (1941 - 1947)
The Women's Auxiliary to the Australian Board of Missions (1910 - )
The Women's Club (1901 - ?)
Women's Migration and Overseas Appointment Society (1862 - )
State Library of Queensland, John Oxley Library
Lahey, Frances Vida (1882 - 1968), Artist
State Library of South Australia
5 MMM (1980 - )
Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement (1969 - 1989)
Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement Archive (1984 - 2009)
Bedford, Frances, Parliamentarian
Breuer, Lyn, Lecturer and Parliamentarian
Brownbill, Kay Catherine Millin (1914 - 2002), Broadcaster, Journalist, Parliamentarian and Public relations professional
Buttfield, Nancy Eileen (1912 - 2005), Politician
Ciccarello, Vini (1947 - ), Parliamentarian
Cooper, Jessie Mary (1914 - 1993), Parliamentarian
Davies, Natalia (1907 - 1951), Defence worker and Teacher
Eagle, Robin Ann (1951 - ), environmentalist, feminist, poet and teacher
Feminist Anti-Nuclear Group (FANG) (1982 - 1984)
Frazer, Connie (1925 - 2002), Feminist, Poet, Revolutionist and Writer
Geraghty, Robyn, Parliamentarian
Hindmarsh Women's Community Health Centre (1974 - 1989)
Hope, Laura Margaret (1868 - 1952), Medical practitioner and Missionary
Hurley, Annette Kay (1955 - ), Parliamentarian
Hypatia, Marg, Anti-nuclear campaigner, Feminist and Peace activist
International Women's Day Collective (1974 - )
Kanck, Sandra (1950 - ), Board member, Parliamentarian and Teacher
Kiek, Winifred (1884 - 1975), Academic and Minister
Kinder, Sylvia, Feminist and Teacher
Le Messurier, Kathleen, Sportswoman and Tennis player
McCulloch, Deborah Jane (1939 - ), Board member, Lecturer, Poet and Teacher
Monahan, Briony, Feminist, Peace activist and Social activist
Moon, Silver (1952 - ), Audio Engineer, Composer, Environmentalist, Feminist, Lecturer, Musician, Political activist and Public servant
Pickles, Carolyn, Parliamentarian
Port Adelaide Girls Technical High School (1925 - )
Quixley, Suzi, Feminist and Political Activist
Rape Crisis Centre (1976 - )
Rosman, Alice Trevenen (1882 - 1961), Editor, Journalist, Novelist and Writer
Steele, Joyce Wilfred (1909 - 1991), Parliamentarian
Stevens, Lea, Parliamentarian and School principal
Tuesday Afternoon Group of Women's Liberation (1972 - )
Unemployed Women's Union (1980 - 1981)
Ward, Elizabeth (Biff), Feminist, Social activist and Writer
Women Against Nuclear Energy (WANE) (1980 - )
Women Against Rape Adelaide (1981 - 1982), Adelaide Women's Liberation Movement
Women's Action Against Global Violence (WAAGV)
The Women's Advisory Office (1976 - ), South Australian Government
Women's Environmental Action Group (1988 - 1991)
Women's Information Centre Flinders University (1979 - 1984), Australian Union of Students (South Australia)
Women's Theatre Group (1975 - 1989)
Young Women's Action Group (1995 - )
State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana
Adelaide Hockey Club (1981 - )
Ainsworth, Eve (1914 - 1994), Nurse and Servicewoman
Allgrove, Ellen Mavis (Nell) (1910 - 1994), Nurse and Servicewoman
Angove, Dorothy (1886 - 1985)
Ashton, Carrie (Jean) (1905 - 2002), Nurse and Servicewoman
Association of Civilian Widows of Australia (1954 - )
Atkins, Margaret Edith (1928 - )
Australian Federation of Graduate Women Inc. (1922 - )
Australian Local Government Women's Association - South Australian Branch (1964? - ), Lobby group, Political organisation and Women's Rights Organisation
Avery, Kathleen J (1894 - 1990), Nurse and Servicewoman
Ballantyne, Gwenneth
Barnes, Gaye (1959 - )
Bates, Daisy May (1863 - 1951), Anthropologist and Journalist
Beal, Susan Mitchell (1935 - ), Medical practitioner
Beaumont, Marilyn Kay (1951 - ), Nurse, Counsellor and Industrial organiser
Bekas, Anastasia (c. 1939 - )
Berton, Marina Elizabeth Anne (1948 - )
Bidstrup, Jean (Eve) (1913 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Birks, Rosetta Jane (Rose) (1856 - 1911), Social reformer and Suffragist
Bishop, Lenore (1919 - )
Blackburn, Jean Edna (1919 - 2002), Feminist and Educator
Bond, Aileen (1898 - )
Bradwell, Elizabeth Merle (Betty) (1914 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Bright, Elizabeth Holden (1914 - ), Medical practitioner
Bright, Esther, Teacher
Brodie, Veronica (1946 - ), Aboriginal spokesperson
Brookes, Helen May (1917 - 2008)
Brown, Kathleen, Nurse
Bui, Elizabeth Nghia (1945 - )
Buttrose, Stroma (1929 - )
Byrne, Roxy (1912 - 2004), Actor and Hockey Player
Casley-Smith, Marjorie (1901 - ), Medical practitioner
Caw, Harriet Marjorie (1893 - 1993)
Chambers, Doris
Cheer Up Society ( - 1946)
Cherry, Enid (1891 - 1986), Nurse and Servicewoman
Christian, Margaret Enid (Peg) (1920 - 2012)
Cochrane, June (1931 - ), Nurse and Nurse educator
Colton, Mary (1822 - 1898), Suffragist and Philanthropist
Cook, Jean, Teacher
Cooper, Mavis Dawn, Community worker
Cox, Lesley Mary (1918 - 2003), Educator
Cranswick, Isobel (Hilary) (1915 - 2007), Nurse and Servicewoman
Crompton, Phyllis Owen (1906 - 2000?)
Crosby, Heather (1923 - ), Community worker
Davey, Constance Muriel (1882 - 1963), Psychologist and Educator
Deal, Patricia (1931 - ), Nurse, Social worker and Servicewoman
Dohnt, Lynley Eva (1898 - 1991), Nurse and Servicewoman
Dolling, Alison Mary (1917 - 2006), Teacher and Writer
Durdin, Dorothy (Joan) (1922 - ), Nurse, Educator and Historian
Dutton, Mary Doreen (Mollie) (1896 - 1993), Nurse and Servicewoman
Estonia Born Community of Australia
Ey, Anna Victoria (1839 - 1917), Missionary
'Feliska' (c. 1925 - )
Fisher, Elizabeth M. (1925 - ), Activist, Feminist and Sports Administrator
Forte, Kathleen (Margaret) (1917 - 2001)
Foster, Irene M, Journalist
Frost, Mary (1907 - ), Teacher
Furner, Elizabeth (1916 - ), Writer and Women's rights activist
Galanopoulos, Helen, Nurse
Garrett, Merla (1933 - ), Nurse and Lecturer
Gell, Heather (1896 - 1988), Educator
Gent, Alison (1920 - 2009)
Gerrard, Patricia (1918 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Gibbs, Vera (1905 - ?), Nurse and Community worker
Gibson, Gladys Ruth (1901 - 1972), Educator, School inspector, Women's rights activist, Women's rights organiser and Community worker
Gibson, Jean Agnes (1914 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Girl Guides Australia (1926 - )
Girls Social and Political Union (1914 - 1917)
Good, Barbara Doris (1922 - ), Nurse and Nursing administrator
Gooden, Margaret (Peg) (1900 - )
Goodes, Jessie (1910 - )
Greece Born Community of Australia
Grisogono, Anne-Marie (1950 - )
Gunn, Jeannie (Mrs Aeneas) (1870 - 1961), Author
Hannon, Gwenyth (1909 - ), Dentist
Hanrahan, Barbara Janice (1939 - 1991), Artist, Printmaker and Writer
Hardy, Barbara (1927 - )
Harrington, Ruth (1922 - ), Nurse, Servicewoman and Nurse educator
Harvey, Beatrice (Betty)
Haselgrove, Elsie (1903 - )
Hodge, Margaret (1918 - ), Teacher
Homann, Luise (1837 - 1932), Missionary
Hone, Maisie (1897 - )
Hosking, Lorna, Community worker
Housewives Association (Australia) South Australian Division (1926 - )
Howard, Patience (1900 - 1994?), Teacher and Community worker
Hughes, Dorothy
Hughes, Elsie (1906 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Hurn, Ruth (1915 - 2010), Nurse and Nurse educator
International Women's Day Committee (SA) Inc (1938 - )
Italy Born Community of Australia
Jacob, Nora Elizabeth (1900 - 1992), Nurse
Jarrett, Myra
Jeffreys, Irene Florence (1913 - 2004)
Jericho, Helen Thelka (1896 - 1983), Missionary
Johnston, Thelma (1908 - ), Community worker
Jones, Nancy Bryn
Jordan, Deirdre Frances (1926 - ), Academic and Educator
Kay, Francie, Nurse
Kitto, Joyce (1929 - ), Nurse, Nurse educator and Servicewoman
Knochs, Dzidra (c. 1930 - )
Ladkin, Marjorie Lina (1915 - )
Laidlaw, Diana Vivienne (1951 - ), Parliamentarian
Lake, Serena Thorne (1842 - 1902), Preacher, Missionary, Social reformer and Suffragist
Langley, Ruth Isobel
Latvia Born Community of Australia
League of Women Voters of South Australia (1909 - 1979)
Leak, Jenny Elizabeth (1937 - ), Nurse and Nurse educator
Lee, Mary (1821 - 1909), Suffragist, Union activist and Welfare worker
Levy, Rose Winstanley (Winnie) (1900 - 1988), Lawyer
Lithuania Born Community of Australia
Lockwood, Betty Margaret (1941 - ), Nurse and Nursing administrator
Longmore, Lydia (1874 - 1967), Teacher
Lyceum Club (Adelaide) Incorporated (1922 - )
Lyon, Edeline (Tommy) (1914 - ), Nurse
Magarey, Susan (1943 - ), Feminist and Historian
Mander-Jones, Lois Jessie (1920 - 2008)
Mara (1941 - )
March, Jessie Katherine (1901 - 1994), Teacher
Mayo, Helen Mary (1878 - 1967), Doctor
McCarthy, Gwendoline (Gwen) (1901 - 1986)
McLaren, Eva (1898 - )
Michelmore, Catherine (1910 - ), Nurse, Nurse educator and Nursing administrator
Miethke, Adelaide Laetitia (1881 - 1962), Educator, Feminist, School inspector, Women's rights activist, Women's rights organiser, Social activist and Peace activist
Millard, Valda, Nurse
Miller, Beryl (1926 - )
Miller, Mary (1920 - 2003)
Mills, May (1890 - 1984), Cricketer, Educator and Sports Administrator
Mitchell, Roma Flinders (1913 - 2000), Governor
Mocatta, Frances (1921 - ), Medical practitioner
Mocatta, Mildred
Mocatta, Necia (1938 - 2000), Community worker, International activist and Women's rights organiser
Murray, Kemeri Anne (1932 - ), Judge
National Council of Women of South Australia (1902 - )
National Fitness Council of South Australia (1939 - 1975)
Newport, Mary Helen (1927 - ), Public servant
Nicholls, Elizabeth Webb (1850 - 1943), Activist and Suffragist
Oldfield, Christobel (1960 - ), Community advocate and Psychologist
Ozolins, Irina (1920 - ), Teacher
Pan Pacific and South East Asian Women's Association - South Australia (S.A.) Branch
Panhellenic Women's Movement (1977 - )
Parker, Barbara (1934 - ), Nurse
Parker, Marjorie Bryson (Madge) (1908 - ), Servicewoman
Penniment, Diana Elizabeth (1936 - )
Picone, Catherine (Cathy) (1949 - ), Peace activist
Porter, Judith (1935 - ), Nurse, Nursing administrator and Nurse educator
Preston, Betty (1905 - )
Quarrell, Lois (1915 - 1991), Journalist, Print Journalist, Sports Administrator and Sports Journalist
Reinpuu, Ene-Mai (1932 - ), Community worker
Retalic, Lucy (1910 - ), Teacher
Richards, Elizabeth K
Richardson, Isobel (1921 - )
Riggs, Clara Elizabeth (Betty) (1911 - 2001?), Nurse and Servicewoman
Rooney, Jean (1911 - 2010), Teacher
Rowe, Millie (Min) (1897 - 2008), Nurse
Russell, Kathleen (1911 - )
Sandford-Morgan, Elma (1890 - 1983), Medical practitioner
Save Our Sons Movement ( South Australian Branch) (1965 - 1972)
Schubert, Heather (1943 - ), Nurse and Nurse educator
Sebastian, Andi (1952 - )
Sheehan, Maria (Luisa) (1933 - )
Sobels, Stella
Society of Women Writers South Australia Inc. (1976 - )
Somerville, Dorothy Catherine (1897 - 1992), Solicitor
'Sonia'
The South Australian Country Women's Association Inc. (1929 - )
South Australian Women's Amateur Sports Council (1953 - )
Spence, Catherine Helen (1825 - 1910), Suffragist, Writer and Campaigner
Sportswomen's Association of Australia (S.A. Division) (1966 - 1997)
Spry, Pamela Joy (1924 - ), Nurse, Nurse educator and Nursing administrator
Stanton, Anne (1898 - 2000), Social worker
Steele-Scott, Kathleen (1910 - 1998)
Sturm, Doreen Nellie (Anne) (1914 - ), Nurse
Tanner, Gladys (1921 - ), Nurse and Nursing administrator
Tazewell, Evelyn Ruth (1893 - 1983), Hockey Player and Sports Administrator
Temperance Alliance of South Australia (1884 - )
Third Women and Labour Conference (1982)
Thomson, Marlienne (1933 - ), Nurse and Missionary
Tonkin, Miriam (1928 - )
Trudinger, Margaret (Trudie) (1915 - ), Nurse and Servicewoman
Tuesday Afternoon Group of Women's Liberation (1972 - )
Turnbull, Antonia Mary (Toni) (1950 - )
Union of Australian Women (1950 - )
Uren, Elizabeth (Bette) Irene (1909 - 1991), Nurse and Servicewoman
Van der Linden, Catherina Adriana (1912 - )
Vidau, Serafima (1909 - )
Walker, Ellinor Gertrude (1893 - 1990), Poet, Educator and Women's rights activist
Wall, Annie (Winifred) (1900 - 2001), Medical practitioner
Waterhouse, Kathleen Lucy (1891 - 1987), Nurse, Servicewoman and Nursing administrator
Wesley-Smith, Sheila, Community worker
West, Dorothy (1898 - ), Teacher
Wheaton, Amy Grace (1898 - 1988), Social worker and Educator
Wilkins, Gertrud (1910 - )
Willmott, Joanne (1954 - )
Wilmot-Griffiths, Gwendolyn (1904 - )
Wilson, Honor Cameron (1914 - 1998), Physiotherapist and Servicewoman
Wilson, Octavia
Wilson, Shirley Cameron (1918 - 2003), Nurse and Servicewoman
Winnall, Helen
Woman's Christian Temperance Union of South Australia (1889 - )
Woman's League (1895 - 1897)
Women's Electoral Lobby (1972 - )
Women's Electoral Lobby (South Australian Branch) (1972 - )
Women's Information Switchboard
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Australia Section) (1919 - )
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (South Australian Branch)
Women's Liberation Movement
Women's Memorial Playing Fields (1953 - )
Women's Network (1984 - )
Women's Studies Resource Centre (1975 - )
Woods, Dora (1887 - 1987), Nurse and Servicewoman
Wotherspoon, Judith (1944 - ), Nurse and Nurse educator
Young Women's Christian Association of Adelaide
Young, Jeanne Forster (1876 - 1955), Author, Welfare worker, Journalist and Political activist
State library of Tasmania
Bignell, Margaret Annie (1853 - 1940), Pharmacist
State Library of Victoria
Australian Local Government Women's Association - Victorian Branch (1963 - )
Barwick, Diane Elizabeth (1938 - 1986), Anthropologist and Author
Bon, Anne Fraser (1838 - 1936), Advocate, Philanthropist and Pastoralist
Castles, Amy Eliza (1880 - 1951), Opera singer
Country Women's Association of Australia (1945 - )
Cross, Zora Bernice May (1890 - 1964), Actor, Author, Journalist, Poet, Print Journalist and Teacher
Gill, Eunice Elizabeth Perrott (1918 - 1987), Netball Coach, Netball Player, Sports Administrator and University teacher
Hanson-Dyer, Louise Berta Mosson (1884 - 1962), Musician, Patron and Publisher
Harrod, Clara ( - 1918), Pioneer
Jarrett, Patricia (Pat) Irene Herschell (1911 - 1990), Journalist and Print Journalist
Mayo, Lilian Daphne (1895 - 1982), Sculptor
Perry, Nancye Kent (1918 - 2011), Scientist and Artist
Reichstein, Jill, Community advocate and Philanthropist
Richardson, Ethel Florence Lindesay (Henry Handel) (1870 - 1946), Author
Victorian Women's Trust (1985 - )
Wright, Claudia (1934 - 2005), Journalist, Print Journalist, Radio Journalist and Television Journalist
State Library of Victoria, Australian Manuscripts Collection
Alley, Diane Berenice (1927 - ), Community activist, Community worker, Human rights activist, Women's rights activist and Women's rights organiser
The Austral Salon of Music, Literature and the Arts (1890 - )
Australian Breastfeeding Association (2001 - )
Australian Federation of University Women - Victoria Inc. (1922 - )
Australian Local Government Women's Association - Victorian Branch (1963 - )
Australian Pre-School Association. Victorian Branch (1948 - )
Australian Women's National League (1904 - 1944?)
The Australian Women's Weekly (1933 - )
Barwick, Diane Elizabeth (1938 - 1986), Anthropologist and Author
Bates, Daisy May (1863 - 1951), Anthropologist and Journalist
Baylor, Hilda Gracia (1929 - ), Feminist, Women's rights activist, Women's rights organiser, Parliamentarian and Teacher
Bignell, Margaret Annie (1853 - 1940), Pharmacist
Brennan, Anna Teresa (1879 - 1962), Lawyer
Brookes, Mabel Balcombe (1890 - 1975), Author, Political candidate and Community worker
Bruce, Minnie (Mary) Grant (1878 - 1958), Author and Journalist
Carlton Refuge (1854 - 1949)
Castles, Amy Eliza (1880 - 1951), Opera singer
The Catalysts' Society (1910 - )
Children's Protection Society ( Vic.) (1896 - )
Children's Welfare Association of Victoria (1912 - )
Chisholm, Caroline (1808 - 1877), Philanthropist
Christopherson, Leonie Therese (1939 - ), Advertising practitioner, Author, Community activist, Women's rights activist and Women's rights organiser
Clark, Mavis Thorpe (1909 - 1999), Author
Clarke, Jessie (1914 - ), Social worker
Cohn, Carola (Ola) (1892 - 1964), Philanthropist, Sculptor and Author
Couchman, Elizabeth May Ramsay (1876 - 1982), Politician
Council of Action for Equal Pay (1937 - 1948)
The Country Women's Association of Victoria Inc. (1928 - )
D'Aprano, Zelda Fay (1928 - ), Feminist, Trade unionist, Writer and Dental nurse
Davis, Mervyn Twynam (1916 - 1985), Landscape architect and Servicewoman
Dow, Hilda May (1897? - 1991), Community worker and Pharmacist
Downing, Cecilia (1858 - 1952), Community worker and Women's rights activist
Drysdale, Anne (1792 - 1853), Pastoralist
Ellis, Constance (1872 - 1942), Medical practitioner
Federated Association of Australian Housewives (1923 - )
Galbraith, Jean, Botanist and Author
Gentlewomen's Aid Society (1894 - 1989)
George, Sarah Ann (1839 - 1919), Pharmacist and Philanthropist
Gilmore, Mary Jean (1865 - 1962), Teacher, Poet and Writer
Glencross, Eleanor (1876 - 1950), Feminist, Political candidate and Women's rights activist
Goldstein, Vida (1869 - 1949), Feminist and Suffragist
Governesses' Institute and Melbourne Home (1857 - 1936)
Greece Born Community of Australia
Heagney, Muriel Agnes (1885 - 1974), Political candidate, Trade unionist and Writer
Hoff, Ursula (1909 - 2005), Art historian
Housewives Association of Victoria (1915 - )
Irving, Freda Howy (1903 - 1984), Editor, Journalist and Print Journalist
Irving, Sybil Howy (1897 - 1973), Servicewoman
Italy Born Community of Australia
Laby, Elizabeth (Beth) Bartleman (1913 - 2001), Teacher
Laidler, Bertha May (1912 - 1975), Political activist and Political candidate
Latvia Born Community of Australia
League of Women Voters Victoria (1945 - )
Lyceum Club (Melbourne) (1912 - )
Melba, Nellie (1861 - 1931), Opera singer
Melbourne Ladies Benevolent Society (1845 - 1983)
Melbourne Orphan Asylum ( Vic.) (1853 - )
The Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors (1902 - )
Moss, Alice Frances Mabel (May) (1868 - 1948), Welfare worker, Women's rights activist and Women's rights organiser
Murdoch, Elisabeth Joy (1909 - 2012), Philanthropist
National Council for the Single Mother and her Child (Australia) (1973 - )
National Council of Women of Victoria (1902 - )
Newcomb, Caroline Elizabeth (1812 - 1874), Church worker, Community worker, Pastoralist and Philanthropist
Norris, Dame Ada May (1901 - 1989), Community worker, Women's rights organiser and Women's rights activist
Onians, Edith Charlotte (1866 - 1955), Philanthropist
Osborne, Ethel Elizabeth (1882 - 1968), Medical practitioner
Owen, Mary (1921 - ), Women's Liberationist and Trade unionist
Peacock, Millie Gertrude (1870 - 1948), Parliamentarian and Political candidate
Pearson, Joan Daphne Mary (1911 - 2000), Photographer, Researcher and Horticulturalist
Philippines Born Community of Australia
Porter, Una Beatrice (1900 - 1996), Psychiatrist and Philanthropist
Review of Post Arrival Programs and Services to Migrants (1977 - 1978)
Russell, Delia Constance (1870 - 1938), Community worker and Women's rights activist
Skene, Lillias Margaret (1867 - 1957), Farmer, Women's rights activist, Women's rights organiser and Welfare worker
South Melbourne Ladies' Benevolent Society (1875 - 1982)
Stone, Emma Constance (1856 - 1902), Medical practitioner and Feminist
Sutherland, Margaret Ada (1897 - 1984), Composer
Sutherland, Selina Murray Macdonald (1839 - 1909), Philanthropist, Nurse and Welfare worker
Sybylla Press (1976 - )
Temporary Teachers' Club (1955 - 1960), Victorian Teachers' Union
Tipping, Marjorie Jean (1917 - 2009), Author, Art historian and Consultant
Turner, Ethel (1872 - 1958), Author
Ukraine Born Community of Australia
Victorian Association of Benevolent Societies (1911 - 1987)
Victorian Children's Aid Society (1893 - 1991)
Victorian Medical Women's Society (1896 - )
Vroland, Anna (1902 - 1978), Campaigner and Author
Waddell, Winifred (1884 - 1972), Botanist
Walling, Edna (1896 - 1973), Landscape designer, Writer and Photographer
Weber, Ivy Lavinia (1892 - 1976), Parliamentarian, Political candidate and Women's rights activist
Woman Suffrage
Women Justices' Association of Victoria (1938 - )
Women Principals Association (Vic.) (1940 - )
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom - ACT branch (1982 - )
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Australia Section) (1919 - )
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (South Australian Branch)
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Victoria branch) (1915 - )
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Western Australian Branch (1933 - )
Women's Peace Army (1915 - 1919)
Women's Political Association of Victoria (1903 - 1919)
Working Women's Centre Melbourne (1975 - 1984)
State Library of Western Australia
Edis, Margaret Dorothy (1890 - 1981), Nurse educator
Erickson, Rica (1908 - 2009), Botanical illustrator, Historian, Naturalist and Writer
Fatin, Wendy Frances (1941 - ), Nurse and Parliamentarian
Heenan, Joan Mary (1910 - 2002), Electoral campaign manager and Lawyer
Stefani, Margherita (1928 - ), Business owner
State Records of South Australia
National Fitness Council of South Australia (1939 - 1975)
South Australian Women's Amateur Sports Council (1953 - )
State Records Office of Western Australia
Bennett, Mary Montgomerie (Montgomery) (1881 - 1961), Teacher, Writer and Aboriginal rights activist

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