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Lespar Library of Women's Liberation (1979 - )

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1979
Darlington, Western Australia, Australia

Summary

After attempts to establish a lending library at the Women's Centre Action Group and Camp Books failed, Lespar Library of Women's Liberation moved to purpose built facilities on Karin Hoffmann's Darlington property. It operated on an open by appointment basis for twelve years. A key objective was to provide resources and facilities for women centered research. The library also acted as a repository, eventually housing the archives of various women's organizations and individuals on a permanent basis.

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Murdoch University

  • Gay and Lesbian Archives of Western Australia, 1970s - 2004s, Special Collection; Murdoch University. Details

Denise Tallis

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