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Fonds Level Description

Accession Number: 05-009


Leslie Woolcott collection. Additions. -- 1985-1996. -- 30 cm of textual records.

Biography / History

Leslie Woolcott is a feminist activist living in Peterborough, Ontario.

Custodial History

Collection was created by and in the custody of Leslie Woolcott before being forwarded to Trent University Archives in 2005.

Scope and Content

Collection consists of reports, brochures and pamphlets relating to women and with respect to poverty, globalization, health, and education. Collection also includes the agenda and accompanying documents concerning the fourth world conference on women, 1995, Beijing, China, with references to a previous conference in Nairobi, 1985.


Title based on the creator of the collection.
Collection acquired from Leslie Woolcott in 2005.
Restrictions: N
This collection is an addition to 97-020.