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British Library: British newspaper archives

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Cambridge University Library (Prix Femina-Vie Heureuse committee papers)

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Bristol Times and Mirror

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Daily Graphic

Daily Mail

Daily News

Daily Sketch

Daily Worker

Deeside Field, The

Dundee Courier

Evening Standard

Friend, The

Friends Quarterly Examiner

Idler, The

Illustrated Sunday Herald

Jamaica Standard

Journal of the Fell and Rock Club

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Lady, The

Leeds Mercury

Left Review, The

Life and Letters Today

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London Mercury

Manchester Guardian

News Chronicle

Newspaper World

Nursing Mirror and Midwives’ Journal

Observer

Oxford Magazine, The

Pinnacle Journal, The

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Spectator

Sunday Express

Sunday Pictorial

Sydney Morning Herald

Time and Tide

Times Literary Supplement

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Woman Journalist, The

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