Sybil Campbell Library Occasional Papers

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1. Women at War

Summary of a talk by Nancy Edwards, 11th Febraury 2004

2. Charles Booth, Life and Labour of the People of London

Summary of a talk by Margaret Roake, 24th June 2004

3. Horace Walpole and Strawberry Hill

Summary of a talk by Nancy Edwards, 8th March 2005

4. The Swan Press Collection

Summary of a talk by Margaret Roake, 19th April 2005

5. The Tiger Ladies by Sudha Koul

Seminar on “Memoirs of India and Kashmir” given by Elizabeth Bown, 29th March 2006

6. Grandmother’s Footsteps by Imogen Lychett Green

Seminar on “Memoirs of India and Kashmir” given by Elizabeth Cader Cuff, 29th March 2006

7. The Story of the Sybil Campbell Library Collection and the Principles that Determined its Content

A Speech Delivered by Vivyenne Rubinstein at the Launch of the Collection at the University of Winchester 29th March 2007

8. How the British Federation of University Women helped rebuild the lives of academic refugee women in the 1930s and 40s.

Presented by Susan Cohen on 26 February 2008 to the Centre for the History of Women’s Education, University of Winchester

9. The Sybil Campbell Library: Personalities, Provenance and Pertinence

Seminar given by Margaret Roake, 25th May 2011

10. Thirtyfive years observing the United Nations

Seminar given by Griselda Kenyon, 23 May 2012

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