The Women's Library @ LSE is England's main library and museum resource on women and the women's movement, concentrating on Britain in the 19th and 20th centuries. It has an institutional history as a coherent collection dating back to the mid-1920s, although its "core" collection dates from a library established by Ruth Cavendish Bentinck in 1909. Since 2013, the library has been in the custody of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which manages the collection as part of the British Library of Political and Economic Science in a dedicated area known as the Women's Library @ LSE.

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  • Die Women's Library (dt.: Frauenbibliothek) – besser die Women's Library @ LSE – in London (UK), die heute in die Bibliothek der London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) integriert ist, ist die wichtigste Bücherei (mit Archiv und Objekt-Sammlung), die es über Frauen und die Frauenbewegung in Europa gibt. Der Schwerpunkt ihres Bestandes liegt auf dem 19. und 20. Jahrhundert und auf Großbritannien.Die Bücherei entstand Mitte der 1920er Jahre, ihr Kernbestand sind die mehr als 1.000 Bände, die seit 1909 von gesammelt und 1930 gestiftet wurden. Seit 2013 befindet sich die Frauenbibliothek – nach mehrfachem Wechsel des Standorts in London – unter der Obhut der London School of Economics and Political Science, die sie als speziellen Teil der British Library of Political and Economic Science betreut. Dort ist sie in der vierten Etage auch für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. (de)
  • The Women's Library @ LSE is England's main library and museum resource on women and the women's movement, concentrating on Britain in the 19th and 20th centuries. It has an institutional history as a coherent collection dating back to the mid-1920s, although its "core" collection dates from a library established by Ruth Cavendish Bentinck in 1909. Since 2013, the library has been in the custody of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which manages the collection as part of the British Library of Political and Economic Science in a dedicated area known as the Women's Library @ LSE. (en)
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  • Lionel Robbins Building, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 10 Portugal Street, Westminster, London, WC2A 2HD (en)
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  • Open to anyone with a need to use the collections and services and those coming to see exhibitions (en)
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  • The Women's Library @ LSE is England's main library and museum resource on women and the women's movement, concentrating on Britain in the 19th and 20th centuries. It has an institutional history as a coherent collection dating back to the mid-1920s, although its "core" collection dates from a library established by Ruth Cavendish Bentinck in 1909. Since 2013, the library has been in the custody of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), which manages the collection as part of the British Library of Political and Economic Science in a dedicated area known as the Women's Library @ LSE. (en)
  • Die Women's Library (dt.: Frauenbibliothek) – besser die Women's Library @ LSE – in London (UK), die heute in die Bibliothek der London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) integriert ist, ist die wichtigste Bücherei (mit Archiv und Objekt-Sammlung), die es über Frauen und die Frauenbewegung in Europa gibt. Der Schwerpunkt ihres Bestandes liegt auf dem 19. und 20. Jahrhundert und auf Großbritannien.Die Bücherei entstand Mitte der 1920er Jahre, ihr Kernbestand sind die mehr als 1.000 Bände, die seit 1909 von gesammelt und 1930 gestiftet wurden. (de)
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