Collection uklse-dl1bp01 - The Women's Library Poster Collection

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uklse-dl1bp01

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The Women's Library Poster Collection

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  • 1970-1989 (Creation)

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173 digitised posters in pdf file format

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This is a selection of posters from The Women's Library covering the themes of women's peace campaigning, women and violence and some posters from other organisations and events, mainly dating from the 1970s and 1980s. Our collection of See Red Women's Workshop posters has also been digitised.

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As of October 2021, all posters are still In Copyright. It has not been possible or practical to identify the author or copyright holder of some posters. These are orphans works and may still be protected by copyright. You should proceed with caution and assess carefully any risks associated with your proposed use. When copyright holders have been identified it is indicated in the Condition of Reproduction field in the items view; in that case you must seek permission with indicated copyright holder. Further guidance in reusing copyrighted materials is available in our Terms and Conditions page.”
For re-using posters created by See Red Women's Workshop contact them via their website.

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