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MARTIN, Evelyn Fairfax (born 1926), Company Secretary, National Council of Women of GB, 1992–2000 (National President, 1986–88); Co-Chair, Women’s National Commission, 1991–93

PATEL, Indira (born 1946), National Council of Women Great Britain Representative on United Nations Non-Governmental Organisation Committee on Status of Women, New York, since 2003

PARKER, Marjorie Alice Collett - welfare worker, Tasmania; Deputy-Chairman, Australian National Council of Women, 1960–64 (Life Member, since 1974)

Violet), (Eva (1895 - 1973), JP; Past President National Council of Women (Vice-President, 1953–57; President October 1957–59)

PARKER, Marjorie Alice Collett (died 1991), welfare worker, Tasmania; Deputy-Chairman, Australian National Council of Women, 1960–64 (Life Member, 1974)

SQUIRE, Rose Elizabeth (1861 - 1938), Civil Servant (Home Office); retired, 1926; Member of Central Committee on Women’s Training since 1918, and of the Council of the Industrial Welfare Society; late Member of the Council of the Ranyard Mission, Russell Square, WC1, and Chairman of the Household Service Committee and League of the National Council of Women

SEWALL, May Wright (died 1920), Founder and Hon. President International Council of Women; a Director of the National Conservation League of Childhood; Hon. President International New Thought Alliance

SHAW, Arthur (1880 - 1939), JP; General Secretary National Union of Dyers, Bleachers and Textile Workers; Secretary National Association of Unions in the Textile Trade; Joint Secretary National Wool (and allied) Textile Industrial Council; Member of TUC General Council; Member Unemployment Insurance Statutory Committee since 1934; Member of Committee on Pensions for Unmarried Women, 1938

FRANKLIN, Mrs Henrietta (1866 - 1964), Hon. Secretary, Parents’ National Educational Union, since 1890; Vice-President (former President) National Council of Women; on Advisory Committee of Liberal Jewish Synagogue of which she is a Founder Member

COHEN, Mary Gwendolen (1893 - 1962), Vice-President, Scottish Association of Mixed Clubs and Girls’ Clubs (Chairman, 1931–50); Vice-Chairman, National Vigilance Association of Scotland; Vice-President, City of Glasgow Girl Guides Association; President, Glasgow Branch National Council of Women, 1957

LORD, John Robert (1874 - 1931), Bronze Medalist, Royal Medico-Psych-Association, 1898; Lecturer in Clinical Psychiatry, London School of Medicine for Women (University of London) since 1928; Medical Superintendent, Horton (County of London) Mental Hospital, Epsom, since 1907; Hon. Secretary, National Council for Mental Hygiene; and Editor since 1911 of the Journal of Mental Science; Member General Nursing Council (England and Wales) since 1930; Member of the Executive Committee, Child Guidance Council

 

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Was formed in NSW in 1896, Tasmania in 1899, Victoria and SA in 1902, Qld in 1905, and WA in 1911. The national organisation was founded only in 1931. The ...

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