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16mm film: 'The New Co-operators', 1967

 File
MS. Oxfam APL/8/1/3
Held in our offsite storage facility
Made for a joint Oxfam and Co-op campaign, the film tells of the origins of the Co-operative Movement in this country during the 19th century. Oxfam and the Co-operative Movement are working to raise £30,000 which will be used to set up four new consumer cooperatives in Bechuanaland, later Botswana. The film features the fundraising efforts made by various groups in and around Birmingham, which include a girls' football competition, a Woodcraft group puppet show, a Co-operative department store sales assistants' fashion show, and a Co-op Womens' Guild talk given by Elizabeth Stamp of Oxfam.

Dates

  • 1967

Extent

1 item

Language of Materials

  • English

Conditions Governing Access

Closed for technical and preservation reasons.

Shelfmark

MS. Oxfam APL/8/1/3

Existence and Location of Copies

A copy of this film is held at the British Film Institute.

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Contact:
Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom