Women born at the start of the twentieth century compare the politics of women’s liberation of their youth in the 1930s with the 1960s and 1970s.
Last week I blogged about women’s experiences of becoming politically active in the 1930s. Staying with the Manchester Studies collection of oral history interviews, I
The Housewives of Wythenshawe: A History of Political Involvement and the Power of Local Campaigns m65238: Benchill School, Wythenshawe, Manchester 1967 The school at which
This year is the 100th anniversary of the Addison Act. This Housing Act enabled local authorities to build social housing, and along with subsequent Acts,
The Manchester Oral History Collection interviews with women on domestic service allow us to travel back in time through generations to a time and a