|Description||DM2123/FA/Arch/57 Esther Hodge Collection 1969-1983: poetry, letters, Women's Liberation Movement, education, conferences, speech, family structure|
Esther Hodge, c.1908-1994, died aged 86. She links interwar feminism with the women's liberation movement. These materials have been arranged by date and include a varied number of publications, which Esther Hodge probably collected as part of her work.
Poetry: poetry by named women (USA, UK), n.d.
Letters and notes to Esther Hodge, 1970s
Miscellaneous materials including Status of Women Committee, information on politics of housework, vaginal orgasm, clothing, book reviews, n.d.
Papers relating to the Internation Federation of University Women 7th Conference, held at Cracow, Poland, August 1936. (Esther Hodge attended, and also visited Russia)
Folder: 1969: 'Fair share for the fair sex', Conservative Political Centre', 1969 and other publications
Folder: 1970: several publications including on maternity pay
Folder: 1971: various publications including Women's National Commission, Fawcett Society
Folder: 1972: various publications including Fawcett Society, Common Market, United Nations
Folder: 1973: various publications including biographies of women in the workplace, International Women's Day, legal cases and legislation, Trades Union Congress, sexism and schooling, , United Nations
Folder: 1974: various publications including Fawcett Society, International Planned Parenthood Federation, US Commission on Civil Rights, National Council for Civil Liberties, 1974 Abortion Act Inquiry
Folder: 1975: various publications including UNESCO, Six Point Group, United Nations
Folder: 1976: various publications including 'Peace news for nonviolent revolution', November 1976, 'Women's report' (including accounts of the Fawcett Library going to the City of London Polytechnic rather than LSE)
Folder: 1977: various publications including Wales Women's Right's Committee. 'Women's Report', press cuttings
Folder: 1978: various publications including Equal Opportunities Commission (sex stereotyping)
Folder: 1979: various publications including International Planned Parenthood Federation, World Health organisation.