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Australian Exhibition of Women's Work 1907

From
23 October 1907
Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
To
30 November 1907

Summary

Held at the Exhibition Buildings Melbourne from 23 October 1907 for five weeks.
Visitors of the exhibition were able to view a display of arts and crafts including: paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, pottery, needlework, leatherwork, woodwork, spinning and weaving. Exhibitors from Australia, Britain, Europe, North and South America, India and Africa contributed to the exhibition, which was the inspiration of Lady Northcote, wife of the governor-general.

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Archival resources

The University of Melbourne Archives

  • Working Women's Centre Papers, 1907 - 1985; The University of Melbourne Archives. Details

Anne Heywood

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