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This entry is a revision of NRAM A248. Historical Notes United Women's Conventions were held in Wellington in 1975 and Christchurch in 1977. Scope & Contents The records of the 1975 and 1977 Unite

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Dates covered: 1974 - 1977     

Historical Notes The Wellington Free Ambulance Ladies Auxiliary was formed in February 1929 to raise funds for the Wellington Free Ambulance service.

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Dates covered: 1929 - 1988     

Historical Notes The Wellington Free Kindergarten Graduates Association was formed in 1950.

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Dates covered: 1950 - 1990     

Historical Notes The Wellington Housewives Association was established in 1946. It was concerned with the prices of essential commodities, the purity of foodstuffs and hygienic handling of food.

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Dates covered: Circa 1949 - Circa 1972     

Historical Notes The Association began in 1905, as the Richmond Free Kindergarten Union, with the aim of opening free kindergartens in Wellington. The first kindergarten was opened in 1906.

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Dates covered: 1905 - 1980     

Historical Notes The Women's Division of the Northland Branch of the Wellington Returned Services Association was established in August 1942.

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Dates covered: 1942 - 1977     

Historical Notes The Wellington Women's Club was formed in July 1926 at a meeting convened by Miss Skerrett.

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Dates covered: Circa 1926 - Circa 1985     

Historical note Mary Leavitt arrived in New Zealand as a travelling envoy for the United States Women's Christian Temperance Union in February 1885.

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1984     

Historical Notes At the 1925 Farmers Union Conference, Florence Polsen, and many other women attending the conference, were shocked by the stories of `loneliness, isolation, privations and unceasing

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Dates covered: Circa 1925 - Circa 1983     

Historical Notes The Hawera Branch of the Women's Division, Federated Farmers of New Zealand was formed in 1925. Scope & Contents This papers gives a brief Branch history up to 1985, with informati

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Dates covered: 1986 - 1986     

Historical Notes The Women's Electoral Lobby (WEL) was formed in Wellington and Auckland prior to the general election of 1975.

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Dates covered: 1973 - 1985     

Historical Notes The Women's International League for Peace and Freedom was formed in 1915, with the New Zealand section being formed the following year.

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Dates covered: 1932 - 1987     

Historical Notes The Womens National Abortion Action Campaign (WONAAC) was formed at a national conference held in Wellington in July 1973.

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Dates covered: 1972 - 1989     

Historical Notes The Wellington based Women's Social Progressive Movement began in 1929 initially focussing on the `great National problem' of liquor and to consider the attitude women should take to

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Dates covered: 1929 - 1968     

Historical Notes The first Young Women's Christian Association (YMCA) in New Zealand was opened in Dunedin in 1878, with Christchurch following in 1883 and Auckland in 1885.

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Dates covered: 1899 - 1996     
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