Margaret Windeyer, née le 24 novembre 1866 à Sydney, et morte le 11 août 1939 à Darlinghurst, était une féministe et bibliothécaire australienne.

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  • Margaret Windeyer, née le 24 novembre 1866 à Sydney, et morte le 11 août 1939 à Darlinghurst, était une féministe et bibliothécaire australienne.
  • Margaret Windeyer (24 November 1866 - 11 August 1939) was an Australian librarian and women's rights campaigner. She was daughter of judge and politician William Charles Windeyer and suffragist Mary Elizabeth Windeyer. She was featured on an Australian stamp in 1996 as part of the National Council of Women centenary.
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  • Margaret Windeyer, née le 24 novembre 1866 à Sydney, et morte le 11 août 1939 à Darlinghurst, était une féministe et bibliothécaire australienne.
  • Margaret Windeyer (24 November 1866 - 11 August 1939) was an Australian librarian and women's rights campaigner. She was daughter of judge and politician William Charles Windeyer and suffragist Mary Elizabeth Windeyer. She was featured on an Australian stamp in 1996 as part of the National Council of Women centenary.
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  • Margaret Windeyer
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