About this Archive
The Feminist Library was started by a radical women’s collective in 1975. Initially known as the Women’s Research and Resources Centre, it actively collected material on the Women’s Liberation Movement. For over forty years, the Library was managed by a collective of volunteers who jointly made decisions about the running of the organisation. As well as actively collecting and creating collections, the Library is the repository of archives of individuals and organisations connected with the Women's Liberation Movement and the Third-Wave. The Library also provided an inspiring learning and social space for those interested in researching and preserving feminist history.
Scope and content
Papers of the Feminist Library, mostly consisting of correspondence as well as administrative papers and newsletters, (1976-2004).
Circa. 10 boxes.
A handlist is available in the Researchers' Area, Bishopsgate Library.