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Articles and publications about Oxfam and its staff, 1965-2006 and n.d. [c.1967-1970s]

MS. Oxfam DON/2/5

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  1. Computer Services (Birmingham) Limited Newsletter No. 5, January/February 1965, 1965, with a feature on Oxfam's use of a computer in its administrative and fundraising work
  2. World Without newsletter, 1965, reviewing work done by Catholics and Oxfam amongst those in need, to be distributed by the Knights of St. Columba
  3. 'Feed my little ones', printed copy of a poem written for Oxfam's 25th anniversary by the Poet Laureate, Cecil Day-Lewis, n.d. [c.1967]
  4. The New Oxford Spy by Maida Stanier, 1969, book of poems, including 'Famine Relief Shop'. The text of the poem is the same as 'Oxford Famine Relief Shop', written under the pseudonym 'Culex', which was printed on postcards and sold to raise money for the Oxford Committee for Famine Relief. A copy of the postcard is in MS. Oxfam DON/1/3.
  5. Informe. The House Magazine of the Harrison Eden Fisher Group, Volume 2 No. 3, 1972, including an article by Maggie Black, Oxfam Assistant Public Relations Officer, on the Oxfam Mail Order Catalogue 1972/3 and A Kind of Caring magazine, both being produced for Oxfam by Harrisons
  6. Blue Peter Seventeenth Book annual, 1980, including a six-page feature on The Great Blue Peter Bring and Buy Sale, which raised money for Oxfam to send supplies to Cambodia
  7. order of service booklet for a service of thanksgiving for the life of Canon T. R. Milford at The University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford, 21 March 1987, and Belated Harvest, a book of poems by T. R. Milford, second edition, 1987, with a master copy of poem 'The Old Invincible', n.d. [1970s]
  8. 'Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards 2006' brochure, 2006, featuring Joe Mitty, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner


  • 1965-2006 and n.d. [c.1967-1970s]


1 box (8 folders)


MS. Oxfam DON/2/5

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