Labelled according to the European Women's Thesaurus, there are 90 pamphlet boxes
A printed list of box titles is available in Special Collections (though this is misplaced, October 2013)
Probably date from the 1970s-1990s
Pamphlet Box: Health Care and Medicine 2: Health Physical and Mental, 32 pamphlets, dating from the 1970s-1990s. Topics include mental and physical health, asian women (Bristol health study 1993), AIDs, self examination, working women's health, WHO, Council for Europe
Pamphlet Box: Health Care and Medicine 3: Disease and prevention; general health issues, cancer, AIDS:
Pamphlets from the Womens National Cancer Control Campaign, c.1986; Women's Environmental Network (breast cancer); GLC Women's Committee on community care; MSF; French Women's Liberation Movement; Health Education Council on smoking; ATMS on cervical cancer; vaginal infections by Bradford Women's Group; Berkeley Women's Health Collective on diet; Terence Higgins Trust on AIDS; abortion; water and sanitation (World Health Organisation); National Osteoporosis Society; migraines; Women's Health Concern; occupational health; breast examination; with Italian materials. 1970s-1980s
Pamphlet Box: Health Care and Medicine 4: Family Planning, Birth control, Abortion:
Pamphlets on these issues produced by Medicine for the People (Canada); Family Planning Association; Women's Reproductive Rights Information Centre; Birth Control Campaign; Birth Control Trust; including 'Family Planning in Bristol', produced by the Bristol and District Consumer Group, 1971; British Pregnancy Advisory Group, 36 pamphlets
Pamphlet Box: History 1
Guide to Sources for the Women's Liberation Movement in South Wales: catalogues on events, media and collections. Compiled by Avril Rolph and Ursula Masson, South Wales Feminist History Project, University of Glamorgan, 1997
These are useful summary catalogues of the different collections. They also include cross references to other collections held elsewhere including at Bristol, and through Wales and England, (2 copies of each, 6 spiral bound volumes in total)
'Guide to Sources for the Women's Liberation in South Wales: Part 1: Events' (yellow cover), 59 pages, 1 copy Produced by Ursula Masson and Avril Rolph in July 1997. Covers source materials for events of the 1970s and 1980s. Originally produced as an electronic database. Gives advice as to where archives relating to particular topics can be found.
'Guide to Sources for the Women's Liberation in South Wales: Part 2: Media' (Green cover), 85 pages, 2 copies Produced by Ursula Masson and Avril Rolph in July 1997. Covers media materials for events of the 1970s and 1980s. Originally produced as an electronic database. Gives advice as to where media relating to particular topics can be found.
'Guide to Sources for the Women's Liberation in South Wales: Part 3: Collections' (blue cover), 58 pages, 2 copies Produced by Ursula Masson and Avril Rolph in July 1997. Covers collections of archives for events of the 1970s and 1980s. Originally produced as an electronic database. Gives advice as to where archives relating to particular topics can be found, including the Feminist Archive South.
Pamphlet Box: History 3: Miscellaneous
'Fifty years on': newspaper produced to celebrate 50 years of women's suffrage, with current affairs, personal and other stories, July 1978, 2 copies
'Fawcett Library Papers No. 3: Birth control: the equal knowledge campaign, 1922-1931' bibliography by David Doughan, 1981 (2 copies)
'The hidden history of the female: the early feminist movement in the United States', Martha Atkins, Canada/USA, n.d.
'The Scottish Women's Suffrage Movement', by Elspeth King, People's Palace Museum, Glasgow, to accompany exhibition on 50th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, exhibition, 1978 (2 copies)
'Woman's Mission' and pressure group politics in Britain (1825-1860), Alex Tyrrell, 'Bulletin of the John Rylands University of Manchester', vol 63, no 1, Autumn 1980
'Neither Bread nor Roses: Utopian Feminists and the English Working Class, 1800-1850', Gail Malmgreen, 1978
Newsletter of the International Conference on Women's History, Amsterdam, June 1986
'Bluestockings in mothballs', Ineke Jungschleger, IAV/Internationaal Archief voor de Vrouwenbeweging, 1987 (2 copies) (produced to celebrate 50 years of the International Archives for the Women's Movement, based in Amsterdam)
'Beware!: a warning to suffragists', by Cicely Hamilton, with sketches with by H Lowndes, D Neeson-Coates, and C Hedley Charlton, originally published by the Artists Suffrage League, c.1909. This was reprinted by Lejams Productions, London, 1982, limited edition 384/700.
'The legal and economic status of women', by Florence Earengey, Barrister at law, National Council of Women of Great Britain, August 1949
'Purchase of women: the great economic blunder', by the late Dr Elizabeth Blackwell, 1885, reportint with a forward by Mrs Henry Fawcett, LL.D, 1916, London: G Bell & Sons Ltd, 1916
'Womens Engineering Society: 1919 to present day', by Cicely Thompson, 1991
'International Alliance of Women: Report of the sixteenth congress, Naples, 11-19 September 1952 (printed in Copenhagen, Denmark)
'Meeting the need: a celebration of Reading Women's Information Centre: stories from 1980-2000', 2000
'National Women Citizens' Association 1918-1968', n.d. (c.1968), gives an account of the history of the organisation including local branches
'The Women's suffrage movement in and around Richmond and Twickenham', by GD and Joan Heath, Borough of Twickenham Local History Society, December 1968
'The Equal Citizenship (Blanket) Bill, designed to free our laws and regulations, present and future, of sex-discrimination', by Dorothy Evans, Women's Publicity Planning Association, February 1944
'Women's Liberation in Labour History: a case study from Nottingham', by Jo O'Brien, Spokesman Pamphlet no. 24, Bertrand Russell House, Nottingham, n.d. (2 copies)
'Inspiration and Drudgery: notes on literature and domestic labour in the nineteenth century', Sarah Elbert and Marion Glastonbury, Explorations in Feminism No. 5, Women's Research and Resources Centre Publications, 1978 (2 copies)
'Working wives: a survey of facts and opinions concerning the gainful employment of married women in Britain', carried out in cooperation with Mass Observation Ltd, by Viola Klein, Institute of Personnel Management, n.d. [c.1957] (2 copies)
'Abortion in Britain: before the Abortion Act: a survey of historical evidence', by Madeline Simms, Birth Control Trust, January 1981 (2 copies)
'How girls can help towards social hygiene', by Mary B. Douie, M.B., 3rd edition, National Council for Combating Venereal Diseases (Incorporated), 1924
Book dealers catalogues, some material originally came from the Fawcett Library, City of London Polytechnic
Politics and Policy 17: Lesbianism and Gay Movement, Discrimination, Equal Opportunities.
'Changing the world: a London Charter for Gay and Lesbian Rights', GLC and GLC Gay Working Party, 1985 (2 copies)
'The lavender and red book: a gay liberation/socialist anthology', Lavender and Red Union, Los Angeles, California, USA, April 1976
'Danger! Heterosexism at Work: a handbook on equal opportunities in the workplace for lesbians and gay men', Greater London Council: Industry and Employment Branch, n.d. [c.1986/1987]
Don Milligan, 'The politics of homosexuality', Pluto Press, May 1978 (second priniting, first published June 1973)
'Outlaws in the Classroom: Lesbians and gays in the school system', Leicester National Union of Teachers, May 1987
'Womens papers presented at the first International Gay Rights Congress, Edinburgh 1974', Sappho Publications (2 copies)