2 edition of Women"s Cooperative Guild, 1883-1904 found in the catalog.
Women"s Cooperative Guild, 1883-1904
Davies, Margaret Llewelyn
WSU MASC copy is: 002-103517041.
|Statement||by Margaret Llewellyn Davies.|
|Contributions||Women"s Cooperative Guild,, Library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf., Women Printers/Publishers.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170,  p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||170|
Co-operative Women's Guild. Potential sources: Records of the Co-operative Women's Guild, with some academic commentary, The mothers' international: The Women's Co-operative Guild and feminist pacifism (needs VPN to access,), The Women's Co-operative Guild. , Cooperative Womens Guild website, which contains a lot of info, Outcomes. Women, Periodicals, and Esotericism in Modernist-Era Print Culture, Mark Morrisson Lysistrata on the Home Front: Locating Women’s Reproductive Bodies in the Birth Strike Rhetoric of the Malthusian during World War One, Layne Parish Craig A Column of Our Own: Women’s Columns in Socialist Newspapers, Elizabeth Miller
association, society, union, league, alliance, coalition, federation, consortium, syndicate, combine, trust, organization, company, cooperative, partnership. Caring and Sharing – The centenary History of the Co-operative Women’s Guild. This history of the Women’s Co-operative Guild celebrates the th birthday of a remarkable organisation. When the Guild was founded in , working class women had no public voice and were widely exploited at work and in the home.
This second volume considers various socialist impulses and developments after the collapse of the Owenite movement in Britain. Interventions by some leading Christian Socialists will illuminate one important tendency; publications by O’Brien another less vital strand. Central to this volume, however, will be far less well-known pamphlets, book extracts and articles in the periodical press. During this year the Guild changed it's name to the Co-operative Women's Guild and made moves to identify itself more closely with other co-operative societies. A Song Contest and a Recipe Book Contest are just some of the newer activities documented in the Annual Report for
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The guild was founded in by Alice Acland, who edited the "Women's Corner" of the Co-operative News, and Mary Lawrenson, a teacher who suggested the creation of an organization to promote instructional and recreational classes for mothers and began organizing a Women's League for the Spread of Co-operation which held its first formal meeting of 50 women at the Co.
Gaffin, Jean. Women and cooperation. In Lucy Middleton, ed. Women in the Labour Movement. Croom Helm, London. Gaffin, Jean and David Thorns. Caring and Sharing: The Centenary History of the Co-operative Women's Guild.
Co-operative Union Ltd, Manchester. Ganley, Mrs Caroline. History of the Women's Cooperative Guild The Co-operative Women's Guild was formed in following the first inclusion of a women's page in Co-operative News.
Its aim was to spread the knowledge of the benefits of co-operation and improve the conditions of women with the slogan "co-operation in poor neighbourhoods".
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The Women's Co-operative Guild Women's Co-operative Guild. EDDIE, F M Co-operation and Labour Uprisings. Women's Co-operative Guild. 15pp.
(Annual Congress, Hull, June ) ENFIELD, A Honora The Legal Position of Women in Co-operative Societies. International Co-operative Women's Guild. 14pp. Abstract. Founded in as part of the English consumers’ Co-operative Movement, the Women’s Co-operative Guild (WCG) 1 campaigned actively for women’s rights.
Rather than constituting a ‘dual affiliation’, the distinctive position it occupied at the cusp of the working-class and the women’s movement constituted the basis of a new organisational identity, primarily defined by a. The New Zealand Co-operative Women's Guild (NZCWG) was the female wing of the expanding co-operative trading movement of the s.
Through small, community-based guilds, women were encouraged to benefit from co-operative stores where available, and were educated in the aims and ideals of the movement. Get this from a library.
The women's co-operative guild, [Margaret Llewelyn Davies]. Based on extensive research, this text provides a critical investigation of the development of the Women's Co-operative Guild from the s to World War II. Charting the rise and fall of an exceptional feminist political organization, the author assesses the political significance of the movement during the decades of its greatest influence.
The concept that Guild meetings were not mothers's meetings that 'descend into mere sewing classes' but meetings of women with a public duty and role to fulfil was emphasised in circulars to branches (Davies, The Women's Co-operative Guild, pp & 35.
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The Centenary History of the Co-operative Women’s Guild. Published by Holyoake Books (the imprint of the Co-operative Union). First publishesthis edition This is the history of one of the world’s most remarkable women’s organisations.
When the Guild was founded inworking class women had no public voice and were widely. After supporting the cooperative for over 5 five years, Barefoot Initiative has stepped back with the 9 female cooperative members taking full responsibility.
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The woman's co-operative guild, [microform] The Guild in war & peace. 1, Education for service; The women's co-operative guild, [electronic resource] / by Margaret Llewelyn Davies; The Guild of Co-operators; Caring & sharing: the centenary history of the Co-operative Women's Guild / by Jean Gaffin and David Thoms.It continued to publish articles advocating for women's involvement in the Cooperative Movement in the "Women's Corner," and later through its own publications such as "The importance of women for the cooperative movement." The Guild also opened the Sunderland cooperative store inwhich catered to poor working-class women.The Story of the Co-operative Women's Guild.
Kate Woodward looks at the fascinating history of the Co-operative Women's Guild and the impact they made from Our history. The Co-operative Heritage Trust was formed in to bring the Museum and Archive service together for the benefit of heritage audiences.
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