Four people at shop during Aldermaston Peace march in 1964

Grahame Garner (1964). Four people at shop during Aldermaston Peace march in 1964. Grahame Garner.

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Creator Grahame Garner
Title Four people at shop during Aldermaston Peace march in 1964
Publisher Grahame Garner
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1964-04-05
Contributor Grahame Garner
Type photograph
Original Format en
Source Fryer Research Mss F3400, Fryer Library, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia
Language eng
Rights Please contact the Fryer Library, University of Queensland Library to inquire about this work.
Subject 430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary Four people ouside shop during Aldermaston Peace march, Sunday, April 1964. One woman holds a placard from the U.A. W., Union of Australian Women which is a national organisation that was formed in 1950. Its aim is to work for the status and wellbeing of women across the world. It has been involved in a wide variety of campaigns that concern women. The Union of Australian Women networks with other women's community and union groups on such issues.The Aldermaston march covered the distance between Ipswich and Brisbane, Australia, walked in relays covering approximately two miles each. Most relay sections were sponsored by one or more individual organisations.
Keyword Antinuclear movement
Radicalism - Australia
Social movements
Processions - Law and legislation - Queensland
Political activists
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