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December 1977: This article in the Backstreet Bugle reports on the key role of no. 35 Cowley Road as an organizing hub in the active feminist movement of the 1970s. (The Womens Centre opened in nearby Bullingdon Road.) Issue No.1. Courtesy Backstreet Bugle Collective.

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current14:06, 11 October 2017Thumbnail for version as of 14:06, 11 October 2017600 × 1,145 (887 KB)Eleanor Greenhalgh (talk | contribs)December 1977: This article in the Backstreet Bugle reports on the key role of no. 35 Cowley Road as an organizing hub in the active feminist movement of the 1970s. Issue No.1. Courtesy Backstreet Bugle Collective.
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