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Published by Claire Madden for the Six Point Group in London .
Written in English


  • Evans, Dorothy Elizabeth, -- 1889-1944.,
  • Six Point Group.,
  • Women social reformers -- Great Britain -- Biography.,
  • Women"s rights -- Great Britain.,
  • Women -- Great Britain.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsEvans, Dorothy Elizabeth, 1889-1944., Madden, Claire., Whately, Monica.
The Physical Object
Pagination74p., [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19055537M

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In 1 library. 74 p. ; 22 cm. Evans, Dorothy Elizabeth, Six Point Group. Dorothy Evans and the Six Point Group / [by Claire Madden and others].Author: Claire. Madden. The Six Point Group () was founded in , soon after the granting of limited franchise to women in In this period the issues that women's organisations now had to deal with widened considerably to encompass general issues of women's social and economic status and their lack of equality with men under the law and in the professions. The Six Point Group () was founded in , soon after the granting of limited franchise to women in Dorothy Evans, Sybil Morrison, Dora Russell, Monica Whateley and, for very many years, Hazel Hunkins-Hallinan, played active roles in the group. Hazel Hunkins-Hallinan ( ) was born in Colorado, in the United States.

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