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Historical Notes The Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand (ALRANZ) was formed in 1971.

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Dates covered: 1966 - 1979     

Historical Notes April Armstrong has been a long time campaigner for free, legal abortion to be made available to all women.

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Dates covered: 1970 - 1990     

This entry is a revision of NRAM B626. Historical Notes The Association of Anglican Women began in August 1969 to embrace Anglican women's groups formed to allow greater flexibility of membership (e

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Dates covered: 1925 - 1983     

Historical Notes The Association of Women Artists was set up to provide a supportive and educative network for women working in the visual arts. Scope & Contents This unpublished volume is entitled

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Dates covered: 1990 - 1990     

Historical Notes The Women's Division Federated Farmers (WDFF), or the Women's Division of the Farmers Union as it was named until 1947, was a non-party, non-sectarian society set up in 1925 by a gro

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Dates covered: 1982 - 1982     

This entry is a revision of NRAM B509. Historical Notes The Female Middle Class Emigration Society was founded in 1862 by Maria Rye and Jane Lewin, with the aim of assisting unemployed educated wome

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Dates covered: 1862 - 1949     

Historical Notes Audrey Brodie is a long time member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and a committed pacifist. Scope & Contents Comprises WILPF Wellington Branch c

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Dates covered: Circa 1980 - 1986     

Historical Notes The Country Women's Institute (CWI), or Women's Institute as it was named up to 1952, was set up to provide country women with support and education.

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Dates covered: Circa 1986 - Circa 1986     

Historical Notes The Catholic Women's League of New Zealand was formed in 1948 following the establishing of local Leagues in Auckland (1931), Christchurch (1936) and Wellington (1944); its aim was '

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Dates covered: Circa 1938 - 1998     

This entry is a revision of NRAM A577. Historical Notes The Council for Equal Pay and Opportunity was established in 1969.

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Dates covered: 1969 - 1977     

Historical Notes Dr De La Mare was president of the Hamilton Branch of the National Council of Women.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1944     

Historical note A foundation member of the Hutt Valley Branch of the National Council of Women (NCW), Miriam Dell became National President of the Council in 1970.

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Dates covered: 1960 - 1995     

Historical Notes The first Townswomen's Guild in New Zealand was established by Ann E Jerome Spencer in Napier in 1932.

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Dates covered: 1938 - 1990     

Historical Notes The Country Women's Institute (CWI), or Women's Institute as it was named up to 1952, was set up to provide country women with support and education.

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Dates covered: 1977 - 1977     

Although most of the collection came from the Association some material from private donors has been added. Historical Notes In 1907 Lt Col Cossgrove formed a Peace Scouts Group for girls in Christc

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Dates covered: 1910 - 1985     

Historical Notes The Girls Friendly Society was started in New Zealand in 1883 by Lady Jervois. Initially its main aim was to provide support for girls immigrating to New Zealand.

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Dates covered: 1885 - 1978     

Historical Notes In 1913 Florence Harsant was appointed Maori Organiser for the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU).

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Dates covered: 1907 - 1979     

Historical Notes The International Council of Women (ICW) was formed in 1888.

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Dates covered: 1896 - 1926     

Historical Notes Joan Isaac was the first National Coordinator for the Women's Electoral Lobby. Scope & Contents Contains Joan Isaac's files relating to WEL including correspondence, minutes, copie

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Dates covered: 1975 - 1977     

Historical Notes Kathleen Johnson was active in the women's rights movement in Wellington in the early 1970s. Scope & Contents These papers contain material relating to women's liberation activitie

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Dates covered: Circa 1970 - Circa 1983     
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