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Margaret Phillips fonds
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Envelope - M.A. Phillips

correspondence regarding: rejection letter November 16, 1967, information about overseas opportunities in community development November 17, 1967, Resignation as Director of Recreation, Opportunity for Service Abroad for Canadian Teachers September 26, 1967, unesco job opportunities November 3, 1967, no vacancy for an expert in your field of activity November 27, 1967, rejection letter April 25, 1967, Application for position of Commissioner of Parks and Recreation January 7th, 1966

Newspaper article - First CESO missions planned this year Senior executives asked to use skill, know-how in developing nations

Envelope addressed to Margaret Phillips

Newspaper Clippings:
-Prospects called grim for groups fighting abortion Battle will got to streets with closing of legal, political avenues, analysts say by Geoffrey York
-The Globe and Mail 147th Year No. 44.043 Friday, February 1, 1991 Senators kill abortion bill with tied vote Tory government won’t try again to fill void, Justice Minister Says by Geoffrey York
-The Globe and Mail The abortion bill fails, by a vote of the unelected
-The Globe and Mail, Thursday, November 19, 1992 Women as likely as men to be victims of violence, study finds A11
-The Violence Index Compiled by Salem Alaton
-Abortion Bill Defeat Called Step Forward

History of Women and the Vote

HIstory of Women as Persons

History of International Women’s Day

Family Items/Documents

Things which belonged to Margaret Phillip's Aunt Janet Riley, Aunt Ruth Fuller, Cousin Margaret Fuller, and other family members. Included, also, are things from Phillips' childhood and early life.

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