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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleCampbell, Miss Harriet
Ref No8SUF/B/035
Box Fetch NoBox 1: Disc 9
Date26 Mar 1975
Extent32:06 mins
Admin Biographical HistoryCampbell
DescriptionInterview took place at 29 Olive Waite House, 73 Priory Road, London NW6 3NX.

Interview summary:

Her career. Meeting Mrs Billington Greig within Women for Westminster. Mrs Alice Hemming. Amalgamation of W for W with Women's Citizens' Association. Importance of economic (as distinct from political) influences on women's 20th C emancipation. Mrs Sieff and women's organisations in the Second World War. Six Point Group in the 1940s. Importance of 'drawing-room meetings', and contribution made by Frida Laski. Her outlook on the Women's Liberation movement (sympathetic).

Please note the interview on the CD is not this interview. An error may have occurred during digitisation. The original interview will need to be digitised in order to make this interview available. [Checked in January 2023 - the audio file begins with the end of 8SUF/B/034 and Harriet Campbell's interview begins about halfway through the recording at 00:32:50.]
Access StatusUnavailable - at or Awaiting Conservation
Access ConditionsNot currently available online, please contact us for access.
Former Reference NumberTape 10
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