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Papers relating to midwifery and homebirth

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  • Catalogue title
    Papers relating to midwifery and homebirth
  • Identifiers
    • MS-93-7  (Reference Number)
    • 93/7  (Registration Number)
  • Creator
  • Period
  • Unit
    Folder 1 -- Texts of articles, papers, talks and speeches at workshops and seminars by Joan Donley Folder 2 -- Correspondence Folder 3 -- Newspaper and magazine clippings Folder 4 -- NZ Home Birth Association. Auckland Branch. Newsletters. No.1 (1978) - No. 35 (1987) Folder 5 -- NZ Home Birth Association. National Newsletter. No.1 (1980) - No.40 (1988) Folder 6 -- Save the Midwives. No.1 (1983) - No.26 (1991) Folder 7 -- NZ College of Midwives Journal. No.2 (1990) - 7 (1992) (No. 5 missing) Folder 8 -- NZ College of Midwives conference proceedings. 1990, 1992
  • Physical description
    3 Boxes
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  • Availability
    • Permission to consult at the discretion of Librarian  (Access Notes)
  • Citation
    Donley, Joan Papers relating to midwifery and homebirth. Auckland War Memorial Museum Library. MS-93-7
  • Notes
    • Joan Donley was born in Saskatchewan, Canada in 1915. She started practicing as a domiciliary midwife in 1974 and founded the NZ Home Birth Association in 1978, the Domiciliary Midwives Society in 1981 and the NZ College of Midwives in 1988. She was awarded the OBE for services to middwifery in 1989
    • New Zealand Home Birth Association. National newsletter
    • New Zealand Home Birth Association. Auckland Branch. Newsletter
    • New Zealand College of Midwives Journal
    • Further papers at MS-95-20
    • Save the Midwives

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