National Council of Women of Australia. (1931-)

Also known as
National Council of Women Australia.
National Council of Women of Australia.
National Council of Women of Australia Inc Ltd.
NCWA.
NCWA. (1931-)
Function
Voluntary organisation
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http://nla.gov.au/anbd.aut-an35676330
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https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-554523

Biographies

The National Council of Women of Australia was founded in 1931, with Ivy Moss as President, to act as an umbrella organisation for the existing National Councils of Women in each state. The first of these, the National Council of Women of New South Wales, had been formed in 1896. Like all National Councils of Women, it functions as a political lobby group, attempting to influence local, state and federal governments as well as participating in international activities through its affiliation with the International Council of Women (established in 1888 at Seneca Falls in the United States of America) which has consultative status with the United Nations. The national Council grew out of the Federal Council of the National Council of Women, which had been established in 1924 'with the object of enhancing the power of the [state] Councils in dealing with matters of Australian concern.' Later, Councils established in the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory also affiliated with this national body. Until the 1940s at least, the Council was a major focal point for middle-class women's activism. The current aims of NCWA are: To work for the removal of all discrimination against women and to promote the equal status of women and men in law and in fact. To act as a link for networking and a co-ordinator between State and Territory Councils of Women. To act as a voice or Agent of communication at national and international levels on issues and concerns of women. To develop national policies and responsibilities on behalf of women on an Australia wide basis. To maintain the affiliation with the International Council of Women and monitor the implementation of its plans of action and policies at national level.

Each State and Territory has its own branch of the National Council of Women, and these in turn have affiliated with them a number of women's organisations with a wide diversity of aims and goals. But the common linkage is to improve the status of and conditions for women and their families in Australia.

To ensure that Australia was accorded a National presence on the International scene, the National Council of Women of Australia was established by the State and Territory Councils in 1931 to deal with issues affecting women and their families at a National and International level.

This body was preceded by the Federal Council of the National Council of Women, 1924-31 - records of which are contained in MS 7583, NLA, (http://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/7583.html).

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Selected resources (44)

Australian Women's Register

  1. National Council of Women of Australia
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Mainstream Women's Organisations in Australia: The Challenges of National and International Co-operation after the Great War
    Smart, Judith and Quartly, Marian
    [2012]
    Series: IspartOf Women's History Review
  3. Making the National Councils of Women National: The Formation of a Nation-wide Organisation in Australia 1896-1931
    Smart, Judith and Quartly, Marian
    [Newcastle on Tyne]
    Published: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
    Series: IspartOf Suffrage, Gender and Citizenship: International Perspectives on Parliamentary ReformsIrma Sulkunen, Pirjo Markkola and Seija-Leena Nevala-Nurmi
  4. From a Camel to the Moon: An Anthology for the International Year of Older Persons
    [Melbourne]
    Published: National Council of Women of Australia Ltd
  5. Homefires and Housewives: Women, war and the politics of consumption
    Smart, Judith
    [2004]
    Series: IspartOf Victorian Historical Journal
  6. A view of the Australian consumer movement from the middle of the Web
    Brown, Robin and Panetta, Jane
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Society of Consumer Affairs Professional in Business
    Series: IspartOf In the Consumer Interest: a Selected History of Consumer Affairs in Australia 1945-2000
  7. Women's Memorial. Service at the Town Hall. Lord Forster's Address.
    [1925]
    Series: IspartOf The Sydney Morning Herald
  8. Respectable radicals : a history of the National Council of Women Australia, 1896-2006
    Smart, Judith and Quartly, Marian
    [Clayton, Victoria]
    Published: Monash University
  9. Jessie Webb, a memoir
    Ridley, Ronald T
    [Parkville, Vic.]
    Published: University of Melbourne, Department of History
  10. Australian nurses since Nightingale 1860-1990
    Burchill, Elizabeth
    [Richmond (Vic.)]
    Published: Spectrum Publications Pty Ltd
  11. Champions of the impossible: a history of the National Council of Women of Victoria, 1902-1977
    Norris, Ada
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Hawthorn Press
  12. Left-wing Ladies : The Union of Australian women in Victoria 1950-1998
    Fabian, Suzane and Loh, Morag
    [Flemington, VIC]
    Published: Hyland House
  13. Getting Equal: the History of Australian Feminism
    Lake, Marilyn
    [St Leonards, N.S.W.]
    Published: Allen & Unwin
  14. Australian Feminism: A Companion
    Caine, Barbara, Gatens, Moira et al.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  15. Norris, Dame Ada May
    [93 boxes : 1920s - 1980]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Minutes, notices, newsletters etc. from the various committees and organizations to which she belonged; her correspondence, speech notes, etc. Organizations include U.N. Association of Australia; U.N. Commission on the status of Women; Australian National Council of Women; International Council of Women; Victorian Council on the Ageing; Also Australian Ethnic Affairs Council agenda and minutes; Drafting Committee on Multiculturalism agenda and minutes; Committee on Multicultural Education reports; miscellaneous ethnic affairs and multicultural material.
    1990.0109
  16. Records of the National Council of Women of Australia, 1936-1972 [manuscript]
    [1.2 m, 8 boxes : 1936 - 1972]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 5193 comprises correspondence of the Australian National Council of Women and its later body with government departments and state branches; executive minutes and reports, 1963-1968; various conference agenda, speeches and reports, 1936-1973; various committee reports; constitutions; newsletters for 1964-1967 and reports of United Nations conferences (8 boxes). Associated materials: Records of the National Council of Women of Australia, 1924-1990 MS 7583, MS Acc GB 1993/­1502, MS Acc07/­96.
    MS 5193
  17. Records of the National Council of Women of Australia, 1924-1990 [manuscript]
    [10.25 m : 1924 - 1990]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 7583 comprises correspondence, board minutes, executive records, conference records and papers relating to submissions and campaigns. There are also papers relating to the International Council of Women (24 boxes). The Acc GB 1993/1502 instalment comprises records of the National Council of Women of the Australian Capital Territory and includes minutes, correspondence, membership lists, reports, including annual reports for 1952-1990, photographs, cuttings and financial records (4 cartons, 1 small carton). The Acc07/96 instalment comprises records relating to seminars and conferences, policy and the history of the National Council of Women of Australia, correspondence, publications, submission papers and meeting minutes (35 boxes). The Acc GB 1993/1502 instalment comprises records of the National Council of Women of the Australian Capital Territory and includes minutes, correspondence, membership lists, reports, including annual reports for 1952-1990, photographs, cuttings and financial records (4 cartons, 1 small carton). The Acc07/96 instalment comprises records relating to seminars and conferences, policy and the history of the National Council of Women of Australia, correspondence, publications, submission papers and meeting minutes (35 boxes). The National Council of Women of Australia originated with various state councils, the first being formed in 1896 in New South Wales. In 1931 the Australian National Council of Women was founded as a non-profit organisation promoting women's issues and social welfare. In 1970 the Council's name was changed to the National Council of Women of Australia. The Council is an affiliated member of the International Council of Women, a federation of non-government organisations in many countries. Manuscript reference no.: MS 7583, MS Acc GB 1993/­1502, MS Acc07/­96. Associated materials: Records of the National Council of Women of Australia, 1936-1972 MS 5193.
    MS 7583
  18. Kathleen Hilfers : SUMMARY RECORD
    [0.05 m : 1915 - 1994]
    Series: State Library of South Australia
    Papers of Kathleen Helene Hilfers, charity worker, comprising school certificates and reports, elocution competition sheets, passports, photograph, reminiscences of the National Council of Women, including Dr Marie Braun, and correspondence, including letter and article on Daisy Bates from Wendy Borcher and Kathleen Hilfers' reminiscences of Lady Mawson.
    PRG 619
  19. Papers of Margaret Reynolds, 1973-2005 [manuscript]
    [17.75 m : 1973 - 2005]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 9579 comprises correspondence, newspaper cuttings, press releases, photocopies, ephemera and printed material. The subjects include indigenous and race relations issues (the largest series), reproductive rights, women and the Order of Australia, immigration, uranium mining, defence, drug law reform, peace movement and the Gulf War. The correspondents include fellow ministers, various organisations including Amnesty International, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission and the Women's Electoral Lobby, and Lois O'Donoghue, Father Frank Brennan, Noel Pearson, Pat Dodson and Kennedy Graham (62 boxes, 12 cartons). The Acc09.190 instalment comprises documents from Reynolds' period as Minister for the Status of Women, including material relating to the Sex Discrimination Bill, National Foundation for Women, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, 6th National Labor Women's Conference, Australian Honours Secretariat, domestic violence, international women's issues, abortion and women's health issues, encouragement of women to enter politics; documentation of Reynolds' activities in women's rights before, during, and after her period as Minister for the Status of Women, including documents from the National Council of Women in Australia, International Women's Year 1975, publications, conference programs and reports on women's issues, agendas and minutes from the Caucus Status of Women Committee, reports and resolutions of the International Committee for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women, women's issues under the Howard government, reports on domestic violence; documentation relating to the experiences of Australian indigenous people in prison, including letters to Reynolds from indigenous prisoners relating to riots at the Townsville Correctional Centre, 1991. The instalment also includes material on indigenous land and other rights including work undertaken while Reynolds was Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland, United Nations publications, agendas and minutes from the Caucus Aboriginal Affairs Committee, 1986-1988; research materials, photographs, lists of women, questionnaires and speeches relating to Reynolds' book The last bastion and a later, unfinished book "First speeches"; publications collected by Reynolds, principally concerning the rights and political participation of women in Australia and the Pacific, including a copy of Reynold's book "Her story: Australian Labor women in federal, state and territory parliaments 1925-1994" published by the Senate Printing Unit; archival video recordings including interviews with Reynolds; copies of photographs held by the State Library of Queensland and in private hands depicting north Queensland women at work during World War II; and, a photograph album of Reynolds at official functions relating to the Office for the Status of Women (23 boxes, 2 box files, 1 elephant folio).
    MS 9579
  20. Papers of Herbert and Ivy Brookes, 1869-1970 [manuscript
    [29.05 m : 1869 - 1970]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    MS 1924 consists of correspondence, notes, diaries, minute books, photographs and cuttings covering every phase of the careers of Herbert and Ivy Brookes. There are papers on the Liberal Party, People's Liberal Party, Commonwealth Liberal Party, Brown Society, 1907-1921, Australian Protective League, 1918, National Union, 1917, Loyalist League, 1918, Board of Trade, 1918-1928, Tariff Board, 1922-1928, Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1932-1940, University of Melbourne, 1933-1947, National Council of Women, 1921-1970, Women's Hospital, 1912-1970, International Club, 1932-1958, and the Lady Northcote Permanent Trust Fund, 1908-1969 (140 boxes, 3 fol. Boxes, 4 fol. Items, 1 framed item). The main correspondents are: Sir Kenneth Bailey, Sir James Barrett, Sir Norman Brookes, S.M. Bruce, W.J. Cleary, Sir Joseph Cook, Bishop Philip Crick, Alfred and Pattie Deakin, Sir Frederic Eggleston, Sir Littleton Groom, Sir Bernard Heinze, W.M. Hughes, Arthur Woodward, Sir Richard Jebb, H. Price, Ina Fisher, Timothy Littleton, J.S. Crow, Philip Kennedy, Sir Walter Leitch, A.H.S. Lucas, Jane McMillan, Professor G.W.L. Marshall-Hall, Sir Walter Massey-Green, Sir Walter Murdoch, George Nicholas, Sir George Pearce, Sir Claude Reading, Staniforth Ricketson, Sir David Rivett, Rohan Rivett, T.E. Ruth, Rev. Charles Strong and Mary Allen. Card index to correspondence available. The Acc05.153 instalment comprises a pocket diary, 1970, the last kept by Ivy Brookes (1 folder).
    MS 1924
  21. Margaret Davey interviewed by Amy McGrath [sound recording]
    [2 May 1980]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    1 sound cassette (ca. 80 min.) Side 1. Davey talks about her family background, in particular their history as pioneers of South Australian, how she first became involved with committees and community work and in particular her involvement with the YWCA, her organisation of some of the societies fund raising activities, such as the Christmas Tree Festivals, her organisation of the Nativity Festival, how these fund raising activities eventually led to her becoming president of the YWCA in Adelaide and some of the other projects that were carried out by the Association, her job as a demonstrator at Adelaide University, how she first became involved with the National Council of Women through the YWCA and their work in the establishment of the YWCA in New Guinea and her own investigations of the possibility of starting YWCA hostels in America and Canada, her opinion of the life of today as compared with when she was young. She goes on to describe some of the legislation carried out by the National Council of Women, particularly in areas concerning the family, some of the history of the National Council of Women and the distribution of its membership throughout Australia. Side 2. Miss Davey continues to talk about the work of the International Council of Women and in particular the help that is given to the women of Iran, some of her political activities, the clubs of which she is an active member, her duties as the National Convenor of the International Relations and Peace Committee of the National Council of Women of Australia, the difficulties she had as President in finding funds for the National Council of Women of Australia, also her work in the establishment of its Headquarters in Canberra, her involvement with migrant groups through the work that she has done with the Good Neighbour Council.
    ORAL TRC 783
  22. Jean Arnot interviewed by Amy McGrath [sound recording]
    [8 March 1979]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    2 sound cassettes (ca. 103 min.) Jean Arnot, librarian and activist for equal pay for women, speaks of her family background; Fort Street School; joining Public (later State) Library of New South Wales; transfer from Bent Street building; design of present Library building; library exams; fight for equal pay; Council of Action for Equal Pay; membership of Public Service Association; family influences; looking after aged parents; Kooroora Club; Business and Professional Women's Club; United Nations Committee; Sydney Club, Trades and Professions Committee; National Council of Women; Royal Australian Historical Society; Freedom From Hunger, New South Wales Executive; Australian Institute of Librarians; her MBE; knowledge gained through library work; Miles Franklin papers; Havelock Ellis diaries; associated institutions of the SLNSW; book theft; slashing of section on Archbishop Laud from the Dictionary of National Biography; study tours; institutional libraries; attending international cataloguing conference, Paris; library automation; Sir William Dixson coin collection; theft from H.L. White stamp collection; Berkelouw antiquarian booksellers; Riverina CAE Library; Northern Rivers CAE Library; cataloguing private collections; donations of family papers; overseas acquisition of material; Sir William Dixson; David Scott Mitchell; pirated ed. Of The Pickwick Papers; Aboriginal, PNG collecting; cataloguer training; preservation; relocation of SLNSW material during WW2; London Library bomb damage; changes in type of staff; contemporary collectors; retirement activities.
    ORAL TRC 659
  23. Ada Norris interviewed by Amy McGrath [sound recording]
    [28 August 1980]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection
    1 sound cassette (ca. 48 min.) Dame Ada Norris talks of her involvement within handicapped groups; the National Council of Women; Councils on the Ageing; her United Nations work; her interest in New Guinea; working with migrant women; old peoples welfare council; equality for women; womens issues; status of women throughout the world; her C.M.G. (1969)
    ORAL TRC 817
  24. Jean Fleming Arnot - personal and professional papers, 1890-1995
    [1890 - 1995]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    1948-1949; Diaries (3): 8 Apr.-1 Aug. 1948, 2 Aug.-26 Nov. 1948, and 27 Nov. 1948-15 Feb. 1949, concerning study trip of American and British libraries (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/1) 5 Sep.-15 Dec. 1961; Diary mainly concerning trip to IFLA International Conference on Cataloguing Principles, Paris, 9-18 Oct. 1961 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/1) 1963-1994; Pocket appointments' diaries, being one for each year, except two for 1989, and excluding 1983 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/1) 1983-1988; A4 and quarto appointments' diaries (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/2) ca. 1913, 1933-1989; Correspondence, with enclosures including Future Projection for Women at Work, being her paper at the Victorian Employers' Federation Women at Work Conference, Melbourne, 21 July 1969, and copy of Public Administration, vol. 5 no. 8, Dec. 1945, featuring her article, ' Employment of Women in the Civil Service'. Correspondents include Australian Congress for International Co-operation and Disarmament, Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. Division of New South Wales, Australian Freedom from Hunger Campaign. New South Wales Committee, Ruby W. Board, Business and Professional Women's Club of Sydney, R. F. Doust, Mary Fairfax, Sir Vincent Fairfax, Eileen Furley, Irene Greenwood, Harold Casterton (Harry) Harper, Noel L. Lamidey, Andrea Lofthouse, Norman Mackenzie, National Council of Women of New South Wales, Ted Noffs, Fanny Reading, Bessie Mabel Rischbieth, Jessie Street, Nancy Bird Walton and Margaret Woodhouse (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1934-1990; 'Letters of Library Interest and Documents', being correspondence, with enclosures including her paper, Cataloguing and Classification of Special and Private Collections, delivered at the Library Association of Australia Conference, Melbourne, 27 Aug. 1975. Correspondents include Henry and Leo Berkelouw, Business and Professional Women's Club of Sydney, Carnegie Corporation of New York, Jim Cleary, Gerald Fischer, Harold Casterton (Harry) Harper, Eleanor M. Hinder, W. H. Ifould, Phyllis Mander-Jones, John Andrew Osborn, Barrett Reid, G. D. Richardson and the State Library of New South Wales (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1948-1949; Letters received from her mother, Jane Arnot, Alison McPherson and a nephew. See also letters from Jean Arnot to family and friends, 1948-1949, 1961, at ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/15 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1959-1992; Postcards received and drafts not sent (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, AAD ON 2070/3) 1961-1975; 'Vice Regal & Official Christmas Cards' (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1964-1965; Correspondence concerning her nomination for MBE and congratulatory letters received (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1965-1991; References and testimonials for others (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/3) 1916-1969; Papers concerning her secondary education and employment with the Public Library of New South Wales (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1933-1994; Papers mainly concerning friends, colleagues and interests, including letters received, newscuttings and obituaries. Correspondents and/or subjects include James Allison, Zoe Emma Bertles, Freda Milicent Bryant, Flo Cluff, Alison Crook, Sir Vincent Fairfax, Film Australia, L. F. Fitzhardinge, Muriel A. Heagney, Theodora Hobbs, Millie Hoy, Marie V. Hurley, W. H. Ifould, Jessie Street Women's Library, Beatrice Anne Stewart Instone, Bee Miles, Museum of Australian Childhood, Molly Newman, Wilma Radford, Barrett Reid, Edith Alice Sims, Jocelynne A. Scutt, H. L. White and Margaret Woodhouse (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1948-1949; Papers concerning overseas study trip. Includes correspondence with the British Council and the Carnegie Corporation of New York; professional itinerary and copies of her report, Visit to Libraries in Britain and America 1948-9; theatre programs; and menus from the ship, RMS Queen Elizabeth (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1959-1961; Papers mainly concerning the International Federation of Library Associations' International Conference on Cataloguing Principles, Paris, 9-18 Oct. 1961 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1961-1962; Papers concerning 'Committee on Cataloguing Paris Conference - LAA File' (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1961-1967; Papers concerning Cataloguing Code Revision, including Australian working papers on 1961 IFLA Conference agenda items (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1962, 1972-1995; Papers concerning the Nita B. Kibble Literary Award and the Nita May Dobbie Award (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/4) 1962-1965, 1981-1993; Papers concerning her entries submitted to the Australian Dictionary of Biography, being the Reverend John McGarvie (1795-1853), W. H. Ifould (1877-1969), Nita Bernice Kibble (1879-1962) and Margaret MacPherson (1875-1956) (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1968; Papers concerning her retirement from the Public Library of New South Wales on 19 Apr. 1968, including testimonial under seal issued by the Library Trustees; letter received from G. D. Richardson, Principal Librarian, 26 Apr. 1968; farewell cards, invitations and tributes from outside the Library; letter received from Mollie Thomson, co-host of the afternoon tea party held in Jean Arnot's honour; and papers concerning universal party organised by Wilma Radford at the University of NSW, 27 Apr. 1968, with letters of appreciation received (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1968-1971; Papers concerning her indexing the reprint volumes of The Sydney Gazette 1810-1811 for the Library of NSW, including correspondence with Frank Dunn, Dixson Librarian (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1968-1992; Papers mainly concerning her oral history interview by Anne Robertson for the State Library of New South Wales' sesquicentenary and the Library's acquisition of her papers. Includes her notebook compiled for the interview with details of her career and campaign for equal pay. (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1969-1991; Papers concerning her cataloguing of the Library of Camden Park, Menangle, N.S.W., including correspondence with the owners, Quentin and Antonia Macarthur Stanham, 1969-1971 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1980-1992; Papers mainly concerning the State Library of New South Wales and its Library Society and the Australian Library and Information Association, including correspondence, newscuttings and invitations (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1987; Papers concerning the Library Association of Australia's 50th anniversary celebrations, Canberra, 2-4 Sep. 1987, including her talk on her first visit to Canberra for the launching of the Australian Institute of Librarians, 1937 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/5) 1993-1995; Papers concerning luncheons in honour of her 90th birthday, celebrated chiefly at Parliament House, Sydney, 19 Apr. 1993. Includes presentation album with letters received from, among others, Alison Crook, State Librarian; Jean M. Elliston, President, National Council of Women of N.S.W. Inc.; Premier John Fahey; Warren Horton, Director-General, National Library of Australia; Prime Minister Paul Keating; Kaye Loder, Convenor, National Women's Consultative Committee; Di Manning, President, Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women; and G. D. Richardson; with a copy of Congratulations Miss Arnot (State Library of NSW Press, 1993), being augmented reprint of her 1946 ABC broadcast, Should Both Sexes Receive Equal Pay for Equal Work ? (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/6) 1994; Papers concerning Jocelynne A. Scutt's book, Taking a Stand - Women in Politics and Society (Artemus Publishing Pty Ltd, 1994), including letters received from Jocelynne A. Scutt, 15 May 1994, concerning her essay on Jean Arnot in the book (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/6) 1950-1951, 1964-1965, 1979; Certificates concerning her appointment to MBE, 1965; her election to Fellow of the Library Association of Australia, 1964; her Honorary Membership of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 1979; and copy of her report, Library Facilities in New South Wales Government Institutions, 1950, with note, 1951 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/7X) 1976-1994; File concerning British Empire Association, including circular letters received and printed material (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/8) 1948-1989; Files (2) concerning the Business and Professional Women's Club of Sydney, including correspondence, membership lists, constitution and by-laws, material concerning the 40th anniversary of the Club, 1979; and the Club's study tour of Papua-New Guinea, 15-29 July 1968 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/8) 1985-1995; File concerning the Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women Inc. Division of New South Wales, including correspondence, news bulletins, and constitution and by-laws (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/8) 1982-1995; File concerning the Australian Federation of Business and Professional Women Inc., including correspondence and copies of Federation News (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/9) 1933-1937; File of Kooroora Literary and Debating Society magazine, being five volumes: 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/9) 1980-1994; File concerning the National Council of Women Inc., including correspondence, circular letters received, material concerning Margaret Windeyer and report of the Womanhood Suffrage League of New South Wales, 1892 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/9) 1990-1995; File concerning National Council of Women of New South Wales Inc., being printed material (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/10) 1978-1995; File concerning Pan-Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, including circular letters received, reports and proceedings of the Association's 9th (Canberra, 1961), 13th (Seoul, 1975) and 15th (Saratoga Springs and New York, 1981) international conferences (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/10) 1955-1985; File concerning the Royal Australian Historical Society, including letters received from John Bennett, 1985, and D. I. McDonald, 1983; talks; copy of obituary of Harold Casterton (Harry) Harper by Hazel King; and printed material (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/10) 1967-1995; File concerning the Royal Australian Historical Society and its Library and Library Committee, including correspondence, newscuttings and printed material (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/10) 1960-1965; File concerning the Women's club, including correspondence, circular letters received and annual reports (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/11) ca. 1937-1991; Literary papers, being mainly notes and drafts of talks and speeches, with related correspondence and newscuttings. Topics and themes: Travel, ca. 1949-1972, date unknown; National Council of Women, 1963-1966, date unknown; Public Service, ca. 1942-1945; Internationalism, 1966-1967; Old Sydney, 1979-1991; Bibliotherapy - Libraries, ca. 1937-1971, including New Anglo-American Code for Australian Libraries, 1967; Dedications in Books, 1946, 1988, date unknown; Local History, 1970-1978 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/12) 1937-1990; Literary papers continued. Topics and themes: Status of Women in the Christian Church, 1968-1980; Women in Australia - Norman Mackenzie - Status of Women etc., 1945-1975, 1990; Australia Day & Victoria League Coronation day, 1957-1984; 'Articles, etc. & Speeches ... Not Library', 1937-1975, 1989, including 'Equal Pay for Equal Work', 1937, Conference on Unemployment, 1961, Ruby Board, with prisoners' Christmas cards, 1949, and pamphlet on the opening of Berrima Training Centre, 1949; Reminiscences of a Cataloguer, 1981; The Australian Subscription Library and the Royal Australian Historical Society Library, 197--1982, date unknown; Early Australian Newspapers, Sydney Gazette, Hobart Town Gazette, 1989, date unknown; 'Speeches Miscellaneous' concerning, among other topics, Christmas, retirement, missionary work, the Big Sister Movement, Sydney Harbour, Captain Cook Bi-Centenary, BPW Club of Sydney study tour of Papua-New Guinea, 1968, and Soroptismy (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/13) 1926-1989, date unknown; Newscuttings concerning librarians and libraries, including obituary of Edith Alice Sims (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/14) 1934-1994; Newscuttings mainly concerning Jean Arnot, being four folders: no. 1, 1934-1953, with letter received from Lorelei booker; no. 2, 1953-1961; no. 3, 1961-1967; no. 4, 1968-1994 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/14) 1952-1995; Newscuttings on a range of topics, with letters received from Irina Dunn, 1990; Irene Greenwood, 1978, 1990; W. Boyd Rayward, 1992; and the Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre, Longreach, Qld, 1990-1991 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/14) 1968-1994; Newscuttings mainly concerning librarians and libraries, with letters received from, among others, Alison Crook and Wilma Radford; list of Kooroora Club members, 1968-1969; invitations; and copy of speech, 'Australia's Cultural Heritage', by Sir David Smith to the A.C.T. Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society, 5 June 1992 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/14) 1988-1990; Newscuttings concerning the property, Belltrees, at Scone, N.S.W., owned by the Michael and Judy White (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/14) 192--197-; Miscellaneous papers, including letters received from Jean Arnot to family and friends, 9 Apr. 1948-7 Feb. 1949, and to her sisters, Gillian and Mary Arnot, and Alison McPherson, 6 Sep.-7 Dec. 1961; photocopied specimens of handwriting of Library staff who have contributed to entries in the card catalogues, 192--193-; passports (2), 1948 and 1961-1966, with enclosed identity card, 1942,; travel documents for Paris trip, 1961, and New Zealand trip, 1973; and unused postcards, 194--197- (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/15) 1938-1990; Printed material, including order of proceedings of memorial ceremony for Emeritus Professor John Ward, AO, Patricia Ward, AM, Jennifer Ward and Moira Jennings at the Great Hall, University of Sydney, 21 June 1990, and of evening of tribute to Patricia Bruce Ward, AM, BA, DipED, FLAA, held at the State Library of NSW, 28 June 1990; and travel maps, 1938-198-, date unknown, including New South Wales Tourist Bureau regional maps, 1938 (Locn No.: ML MSS 3147, ADD ON 2070/15)
    MLMSS 3147 ADD-ON 2070/Boxes 1-6, 8-15
  25. State Library of New South Wales - Jean Arnot interviewed by Rosemary Block, 1994
    [1994]
    Series: Mitchell and Dixson Libraries Manuscripts Collection, State Library of New South Wales
    Collection comprises - 1 cassette - 1hr 1994; This interview deals with Jean Arnot's involvement with the National Council of Women in Australia. She became interested in the Council when she was a member of the Koorora Club which had started as an auxiliary for St Luke's Hospital, Sydney, and ran for 40 years. She was most influenced by Ruby Board and was persuaded to stand for the presidency in 1960. When the Council was 75 years old Jean Arnot wrote its history with the help of Doris Mitchell. The contact with Councils in other states was of great interest to her. Jean Arnot was also president of the Business and Professional Women's Club and although she was a member of the Library Association, this gave her further opportunity to connect with other professional women. (Call No.: CYMLOH 162/1)
    MLOH 162/1
  26. Papers of Joyce McConnell, 1960-1989 [manuscript]
    [1.54 m, 11 boxes : 1960 - 1989]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Manuscript Collection
    The papers relate to her membership of the National Council of Women of Australia, National Women's Advisory Council, National Women's Consultative Council, Federation of University Women, and International Council of Women. Includes reference files, correspondence, minutes, speeches, press clippings and articles.
    MS 8260
  27. NCWA conference, Brisbane 1964 - delegates in hats
    [1964]
    Series: National Archives of Australia: A1200, L49063 - http://photos.naa.gov.au/photo/Default.aspx?id=30837104
    Ruth Gibson and two of her fellow delegates show off their conference hats.
  28. Members of the NCWA with Dame Maria Ogilvie Gordon in Melbourne in 1938
    [1938]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Brookes Papers: http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an24618898
    Front row (from left to right): Mrs Robertson (Q), Mrs Muscio (N.S.W.), Mrs Moss (Vic.), Dame Maria Ogilvie Gordon (England), Miss Miethke (S.A.), Miss Tildesley (N.S.W.) Back row (from left to right): Lady Yseult Bailey, Miss Williamson, Mrs Brookes(Vic.). Second to back row on the left Mrs Couchman (Vic.),and Miss Watson (S.A.); others unknown. Dame Maria Ogilvie Gordon was a Vice-President of the International Council of Women, and an official guest at the Australian Sesqicentennial Celebrations of 1938. Image dated January 1938.
  29. NCW Victoria presents a mobile unit to the Australian Comforts Fund, 1943
    [1943]
    Series: Australian War Memorial - http://www.awm.gov.au/collection/141967/
    Mrs Tilley, President of the National Council of Women of Victoria, presenting a mobile unit to the Australian Comforts Fund. Mrs Herbert Brookes accepts the unit on behalf of the Australian Comforts Council. Melbourne, Victoria. 3 November 1943.
  30. Mrs Elsie Byth: Australian delegate to the UN Status of Women Commmission, 1949
    [1949]
    Mrs Elsie Byth, pictured with Miss Eileen Powell on their way to represent Australian women at the UN Commission for the Status of Women session in Beirut, 17 March 1949.
  31. Mrs Brookes speaks on behalf of the National Council of Women, 1950
    [1950]
    Series: National Library of Australia, Kenneth Bailey Papers: http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an23218462
    Mrs Brookes speaking at the Australian Citizenship Convention, 1950. Seated on her left is Lady Bailey.
  32. Mrs Brookes addressing the 1952 Conference of the Australian National Council of Women
    [1952]
    Series: Courtesy of National Council of Women of Australia
    NCWA Board members present, from the left: Miss M A Williamson (Life Vice-President); Mrs R T Breen ( Hon International Secretary), Mrs F G Kumm (Deputy President), Mrs Herbert Brookes (President), Mrs C H Hall ( Hon Secretary), Mrs J G Norris ( Hon Treasurer), and Mrs A E Hall ( Assistant Hon Secretary).
  33. NCW WA invites Tengku Ampuan of Selangor to afternoon tea, 1962
    [1962]
    Series: National Archives of Australia: A1501, A3046/1 - http://photos.naa.gov.au/photo/Default.aspx?id=8912092
    The Sultan of Selangor and his wife, Tengku Ampuan, are touring Australia. On the afternoon of 2 May, Her Highness attended a reception by the Western Australian Branch of the Australian National Council of Women - Her Highness with two delegates enjoying a cup of tea. Image dated 2 May 1962.
  34. Delegates to the 1928 Annual Meeting of the NCWA Federal Council
    [1928]
    At a party given by Lady MacCallum at the University of Sydney. Front row (from left to right): Miss E. Tildesley, (Federal hon.secretary), Mrs. Glencross (Vic.), Mrs. Christophers (S.A.), Mrs. Mond (Tas.) Mrs. Skene (Vic.), Mrs. Muscio (Federal President), Lady Maccallum, Mrs. Cumbrae Setwart (Q.), Miss Holmes (W.A.)Mrs. I. H. Moss (Vic.). Miss Ruby Board (Federal hon. treasurer). Miss Poole (S.A.) is shown seated on the extreme right of the picture. It was at the 1928 meeting that the decision was taken to form the Australian National Council of Women. Image dated 19 July 1928.
  35. NCWA conference, Brisbane 1964 - delegates outside Town Hall
    [1964]
    Series: National Archives of Australia: A1200, L49058 - http://photos.naa.gov.au/photo/Default.aspx?id=30837099
    A group of women delegates link arms in front of the Brisbane Town Hall.
  36. NCWA President Necia Mocatta with conference delgates 1988 - Key
    Series: Courtesy of National Council of Women of Australia
    This key was drawn by Marian Quartly in 2013 and represents those women able to be identified during research undertaken in 2013. 1. Mary Whitehead 2. Myra Knight 3. Yvonne Bain 4. Joyce Murray 5. Necia Mocatta 6. Maureen Giddings 7. Margaret Davey 8. Heidi Taylor 9. Betty Davey 10. Barbara Grealy 11. Daryl Feather 12. Sylvia Gelman 13. Shirley Hartley 14. Lois Brock 15. Phyllis Wilson
  37. National Council of Women Christmas luncheon in Launceston, 1969
    [1969]
    Series: National Archives of Australia: M2127, 10 - http://photos.naa.gov.au/photo/Default.aspx?id=8837348
    From the left, the NCW Launceston President Mrs L. Hooper, Dame Annabelle Rankin, and the Mayoress, Mrs Green - 3 December 1969.
  38. NCWA President Necia Mocatta with conference delgates 1988
    [1988]
    Series: Courtesy of National Council of Women of Australia
  39. NCWA Board Tasmanian Conference 1999
    [1999]
    Series: Courtesy Leonie Christopherson
    From the left: Maria Robertson NCW WA, Lois Hoeper NCWSA, Elaine Bushby NCW Launceston, Peg McEntee NCW NSW, Margary Smythe NCW ACT, Ann Fletcher NCWQ, Jill Coleman NCW Hobart, Gracia Baylor NCWA President from Victoria, Mollie Campbell Smith NCW Launceston, Robyn Welham NCW Victoria.
  40. Delegates at Triennial NCWA Conference Melbourne 2000
    [1999]
    Series: Courtesy Leonie Christopherson
    From the left: Lois Hoeper President NCW SA, Sylvia Gelman NCWV, Gracia Baylor NCWA President.
  41. Getting to Know You! ICW Conference Helsinki 2000
    [2000]
    Series: Courtesy Leonie Christopherson
    Delegates get to know each other by joining in song at the opening of the Helsinki 2000 conference of the International Federation of Women.
  42. Delegates at ICW Asian Regional Conference Auckland 2004
    [2004]
    Series: Courtesy Leonie Christopherson
    From the left: NCWA Past President Judith Parker, NCWA President Leonie Christopherson with Olivia Bunari from NCW Papua New Guinea.
  43. Presidential handover 8 October 2006 Melbourne
    [2006]
    Series: Courtesy Leonie Christopherson
    Incoming NCW President Hean Bee Wee, outgoing President Leonie Christopherson.
  44. NCWA President Dorothy Edwards with her Board members, 1964
    [1964]
    Series: Courtesy of National Council of Women of Australia
    From left to right: Mrs. E S Padman, Mrs W E Northey, Mrs J M Parker, Alderman D. Edwards President, Mrs L B Hooper, Mrs P M Hart.

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  1. Annual meeting of the National Council of Women of Australia
    National Council of Women of Australia
    [ Periodical : 1933-2019 ]
    At 2 libraries
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  2. Constitution of National Council of Women of Australia Limited / National Council of Women of Australia
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    [ Book : 1994-2003 ]
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  3. Constitution of National Council of Women of Australia inc Ltd / National Council of Women of Australia
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    [ Book : 2012 ]
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  4. Records of the National Council of Women of Australia
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  5. Newsletter (National Council of Women of Australia)
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    [ Periodical : 1970-2000 ]
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  6. National Council of Women of Australia pre-budget talks : submissions for ... budget
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    [ Periodical : 1900 ]
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  7. NCWA / The National Council of Women of Australia
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    [ Periodical : 1986-1987 ]
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  8. Handbook of the National Council of Women of Australia Inc Ltd : 2000 - 2003 / compiled by the Secretariat
    National Council of Women of Australia
    [ Book : 2001 ]
    At National Library
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  9. Quarterly bulletin (National Council of Women of Australia)
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    [ Periodical : 1970-2019 ]
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  10. Records of the National Council of Women of Australia
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    [ Unpublished : 1936-1972 ]
    At National Library
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  1. Franklin, Stella Maria Sarah Miles (-1954)
    Writer; Author; Maker; ; Textile Artist / Fashion Designer; (ANZSIC code: 9002; 9002; Playwright; Adjudicator
    ... The United Associations of Women (1929 - ) ... The Work of Art: Australian women writers and artists ... return to Australia in 1932 she entered the Sydney literary scene enthusiastically and had many of her ... United States of America in 1906. She spent nine years working in Chicago for the National Women's Trade ...
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  2. National Council of Jewish Women (Australia) Brisbane Section (1927-)
    ... National Council of Jewish Women of Australia (1923 - ) ... The National Council of Jewish Women, Brisbane Section was formed in 1927 with Mrs E Isaacs as its ... founding president. Among the Section's earliest activities were the formation of a Literary and Discussion ...
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  3. National Council of Women of South Australia (1902-)
    ... National Council of Women of Australia (1931 - ) ... Woman's Christian Temperance Union of South Australia (1889 - ) ... The National Council of Women of South Australia is a non-party, non-sectarian, umbrella ... joined the first National Council of Women of South Australia in 1902, including the: Young Women's ...
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  1. Forward together : the quarterly bulletin of the National Secretariat of National Council of Women of Australia
    National Council of Women of Australia. National Secretariat
    [ Periodical : 2001-2019 ]
    At 8 libraries
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  2. Council bulletin (National Council of Jewish Women of Australia)
    National Council of Jewish Women of Australia
    [ Periodical : 1900-2019 ]
    At 3 libraries
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  3. National Council of Jewish Women in Australia
    National Council of Jewish Women of Australia
    [ Archived website, Periodical : 2000-2019 ]
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  4. Report of the National Council of Women of South Australia
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    [ Periodical : 1921-1968 ]
    At State Library S Aust
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  1. REGISTER OF NURSES FOR 1931.
    Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001) Monday 8 August 1932 [Issue No.109 (SUPPLEMENT)] p 2613

    Government Gazette Notices

    ... Department of Public Health, Sydney, 5th August, 1932. REGISTER OF NURSES FOR 1931. IN accordance ... with the provisions of Section 11 of the Nurses Registration Act, 1924, it is hereby notified that the ... 67233 words
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  2. AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY National Memorials Ordinance 1928 DETERMINATION
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette. Periodic (National : 1977 - 2011) Friday 15 May 1987 p 1

    Government Gazette Proclamations And Legislation Illustrated

    ... -42, president Australian Women's National League 1927-45, vice-president National Council of Women, represented ... Australia at the League of Nations 1934, leader of the Australian delegation to the International Council of ... 12629 words
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  3. COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK OF AUSTRALIA
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette. Periodic (National : 1977 - 2011) Monday 27 June 1983 p 2

    Government Gazette Notices

    ... COMMONWEALTH SAVINGS BANK OF AUSTRALIA In accordance with Section 53 of the Commonwealth Banks Act ... 1959, the following list of amounts of not less than $20 credited to the Depositors' Unclaimed Fund ... 75340 words
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  1. Australia, it's what you make it : Centenary of Federation 1901-2001 / produced by the National Council for the Centenary of Federation
    National Council for the Centenary of Federation (Australia)
    [ Map : 1999 ]
    At 2 libraries
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  2. 45-59 Waverley Road
    [ Photograph, Map : 1431 ]
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  3. John Blair Peugeot
    Whiteley, Laura
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  1. National Council of Women of Western Australia records
    National Council of Women of Western Australia
    [ Unpublished : 1911-2001 ]
    Possibly online
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  2. National Council of Women, Queensland Branch Records
    National Council of Women of Queensland
    [ Unpublished : 1924-2000 ]
    At State Library of QLD
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  3. National Council of Women, Queensland Branch Records
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  1. AA Introduction to Australia
    AA Introduction to Australia
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    History of the Introduction of Alcoholics Anonymous to Australia

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  2. Adelaide Archery Club & Archery Club of South Australia
    Adelaide Archery Club & Archery Club of South Australia
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    Articles relating to Archery in the Colony of South Australia til present

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  3. Manufacturing Grocers Employees' Federation of Australia
    Manufacturing Grocers Employees' Federation of Australia
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    Items relating to the history of the Manufacturing Grocers Employees' Federation of Australia including images, records, publications and newspaper articles. Newspaper articles are in chronological or...

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  1. National Council of Jewish Women of Australia / [National Council of Jewish Women of Australia]
    National Council of Jewish Women of Australia
    [ Book : 1964 ]
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  2. National Council of Women of Australia triennial conference
    National Council of Women of Australia. Conference
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  3. Making a difference : a history of the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia / Marlo L. Newton
    Newton, Marlo Leigh
    [ Book : 2000 ]
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  4. Constitution of the National Council of Women of South Australia Incorporated
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    [ Book : 1954-1974 ]
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  1. Muslim women in Australia
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2005 ]
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  2. National Farmers' Federation 46th Council Meeting, National Convention Centre, Canberra: transcript of address
    Howard, John
    [ Sound : 1998 ]
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  3. Ordination of Buddhist women
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2003 ]
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  4. Transcript of address to State Council Liberal Party of Australia: Hobart
    Howard, John
    [ Sound : 2002 ]
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  1. NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.
    The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Saturday 10 September 1932 p 20 Article
    ... NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN. » The National Council of Women of Queensland met at Albert House last ... , and the arts and household economics. The annual meeting of the National Council of Women of Poland ... 287 words
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  2. National Council of Women
    The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947) Saturday 10 September 1932 p 3 Article
    ... Censorship Report, 1931," "the National Council of Women met on Friday night at Albert House. Following the ... on the film censorship question: "That, In the opinion of this meeting of the National Council of ... 138 words
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 6,260.768)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 6,260.768)

  3. MEETINGS NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN.
    The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954) Monday 24 November 1930 p 4 Article
    ... MEETINGS NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN. A well-attended meeting; or the Na-tional Council of Women, waa ... welcomed Miss L. Overell, delegate to tho International Coun-cil of Women, Vienna, and suggested that Miss ... 663 words
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