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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleBuckley, Miss Joan
Ref No8SUF/B/176
Box Fetch NoCLOSED FILE DO NOT RETRIEVE [Box 1]
LevelFile
Date6 Jan 1978
Extent54:21 mins
DescriptionInterview took place at Flat 4, Julian Court, Julian Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 5HP.

CLOSED UNTIL 2079

Interview summary:
How she got involved with Maude Royden's Guildhouse via Margery Hiorns (see below, tape 71) her friend. Maud Royden's voice. Music in the Guildhouse. The Little Company. The appearance of the Guildhouse inside. Attractiveness of Maude Royden's personality. Quality of her sermons. Her kindness to Miss B who wanted to get training as a typist. Educational influence of the Guildhouse on Miss B. Dorothea Rock and Zoe Procter and their house at Beaconsfield. Their homeopathy, interest in psychic phenomena and way of living generally. Caron Rock and 'Poetry in Pubs'. Their feminism. Theatricals at the Guildhouse.
Access StatusClosed
Closed Until1/1/2079
Former Reference NumberTape 69
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