Collection 10-083 - Teressa de Wolf collection

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Teressa de Wolf collection

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  • Textual record

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CA ON0034 10-083

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  • 1971-1977 (Creation)

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27 cm of textual records
2 posters

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Biographical history

Teressa (Terri) W. De Wolf lived in Toronto and then moved to British Columbia in 1984. She worked in Kelowna Status of Women’s Office, in the 1970’s.
Teressa (Terri) W. De Wolf a vécu à Toronto avant de s'installer en Colombie-Britannique en 1984. Elle a travaillé au bureau de la condition féminine de Kelowna dans les années 1970.

Custodial history

Received from the CWMA in 1992

Scope and content

The collection pertains to a wide range of feminist issues such as education, health, human rights, International Women’s Year, women and the law, mental health, marriage, women in the work force, women’s studies programmes, status of women, ISIS/women and film, etc. They were most likely collected by T.W. Dewolf in the course of her career and relate mostly to events and organisations in British Columbia (Canada), between 1971 and 1977.
La collection porte sur un large éventail de questions féministes reliées à l'éducation, la santé, les droits de la personne, l'Année internationale de la femme, les femmes et le droit, la santé mentale, le mariage, les femmes sur le marché du travail, les programmes d'études féminines, le statut des femmes, ISIS/femmes et cinéma, etc. Ils ont probablement été collectés par T.W. Dewolf au cours de sa carrière et concernent principalement des événements et des organisations en Colombie-Britannique (Canada), entre 1971 et 1977.

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At the request of the donor, the material was kept in its original order with the exception of publications, posters and oversize textual documents that were removed from the collection and filed separately according to their specific conservation needs. When items were removed by the staff, a note has been left in the folder explaining what was done with the items and how to consult it.

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