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Wright, Mary (1903 - )

Born
1903
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Trade unionist and Women's rights activist
Alternative Names
  • Lamm, Mary (birth name)

Summary

Mary Wright was a labour activist and feminist with a long history of militantly supporting the rights of Australian women and workers. She was a founding member in the 1920s of the Militant Women's Movement - the central women's department of the Communist Party of Australia. Her husband, Tom, was an important figure in Australian labour history.

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Archival resources

National Library of Australia Oral History Collection

  • Interview with Mary Wright [sound recording] / Interviewer: Richard Raxworthy, ORAL TRC 1948/43; National Library of Australia Oral History Collection. Details

The Noel Butlin Archives Centre, ANU Archives Program

  • Papers of Mary Wright 1903-1990, 1886 - 1985, held; Wright, Mary (1903 - ); The Noel Butlin Archives Centre, ANU Archives Program. Details

Nikki Henningham

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