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Creative Leisure Movement (c. 1970 - )

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c. 1970

Summary

The Creative Leisure Movement formed out of the Children's Library and Crafts Movement after the death of Doris Rivett and her sister Elsie.

Sources used to compile this entry: Godden, J., 'Rivett, Doris Mary (1896 - 1969)', in Australian Dictionary of Biography Online, Australian National University, 2006; Bright Sparcs : http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/bsparcs/.

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Timeline

 1922 - c. 1934 Children's Library and Crafts Club
       1934 - c. 1969 Children's Library and Crafts Movement
             c. 1970 - Creative Leisure Movement

Elle Morrell

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