|Description||DM2123/FA/Arch/70: Feminist Archive 3: Bulletins and newsletters 1979-1985; finances/grants/fundraising 1981-1993; research correspondence 1986-1995; links with Bradford (FAN) 1980s-1990s|
Pink Notebook: 'Ruskin College 2000'. Contains names and addresses of individual women and their interest in the archive.
Pink folder: 'Press cuttings, Draft History of Archive, (for ref and photos)': press cuttings on the history of the archive, including opening in Bristol, by Fay Weldon, 14 December 1988. Photographs of the opening event and events at Bristol Council House, 1988/1989 (many labelled). Coverage relating to opening of post addressed to the archive, 1982. Finding a home in Bristol, 1980s. Publicity material 1979-. Home in Bath. c.1978-1989
Correspondence and papers relating to the archive, c.1978-c.1984
Materials on volunteers in the 1990s; artwork and publicity materials, 1990s
Blue folder: 'Grants/Finance/Fundraising', including accounts, funds and grants, 1990s
Buff folder: 'Premises/move to Bristol, ECDC Grant, purchases etc, 1988-1989
Buff folder: 'Minutes of meetings': trustees, 1987-1991
Notes relating to fundraising,1980s
Links with Bradford University, and discussion between Archive trustees, concerning whether material is deposited in FAN or FAS, 1980s
Grey folder: 'Research enquiries, 1993-1996' (requests from named researchers)
Buff folder: 'Research enquiries, 1988-1993' (requests from named researchers)
Buff folder: 'Correspondence research up to 1986'
'First newsletter', typescript. possibly 1985
Subscribers Bulletin Number 3, October 1984
Subscribers Bulletin Number 2, December 1979
Subscribers Bulletin Number 1, June 1979
Newsletters 1-5, February 1979-October 1980
These material relate to the history of the Feminist Archive, including it's origins and it's various homes. There is also correspondence from women involved over the years.