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Children's Library and Crafts Club (1922 - c. 1934)

From
1922
To
c. 1934

Summary

The Children's Library and Crafts Club was established in 1922 by two sisters, Doris and Elsie Rivett. It was suceeded by the Children's Library and Craft Movement and in the 1970s became the Creative Leisure Movement.

Sources used to compile this entry: 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

Founder

Elle Morrell

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