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Materials and Sources:

The sources of images and other items on this site are identified as far as possible in order to provide information about where to find materials for further research. Hyperlinks to relevant archives and organisations are provides where appropriate.

Most of the material comes from the College Archives at Queen Mary, University of London, and you are invited to contact the Archivist to arrange a visit. Materials also come from other archives and libraries, listed here.

The written content has come from a wide variety of sources beyond the archival material researched as part of the Women at Queen Mary Project. You may download this brief bibliography.


The following abbreviations are used throughout the site:

  • Barts - St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College
  • ELC - East London College
  • LHMC - The London Hospital Medical College
  • QMC - Queen Mary College
  • QMW - Queen Mary and Westfield College
  • QMUL - Queen Mary, University of London


Listening help and downloads:

Users of this site wishing to listen to interviews, dramatisations and the roundtable will require Windows Media Player or Quick Time, both of which offer free downloads. We recommend Windows Media Player as the preferred player on this site, and you can set your default media preferences through your web browser's tools/options.

The four listening points and the video slideshow run as Flash files. If you need to download Flash Player, click here.

If you are unable to download Flash items on your computer, you can still listen a variety of MP3 files via the Women's Voices tour and elsewhere on this site.

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