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The Women's Library
The aim of The Women's Library is to document and explore women's lives in Britain in the past, present and future, through literature, publicity documents and visual sources. It also aims to inspire learning and debate on issues on, for and about women and their role and influence in society. Interestingly enough, it was originally established in 1926, as the Library of the London Society for Women's Service, the successor of the London women's suffrage organisation. So it has always had a revolutionary edge to it!
For researchers and visitors alike, there is a Reading Room which allows you to consult printed materials, archives, and various museum collections; as well as exhibition hall which may sometimes be used for productions and events open to the public.