Enterprising Women and the Early History of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild, 1905-1936

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Title
Enterprising Women and the Early History of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild, 1905-1936
Abstract
The author wishes to “reposition” the Canadian Handicrafts Guild and handicrafts within Canadian art history. The thesis covers this national institution from its founding in 1905, when women in the Montreal Branch of the Women’s Art Association of Canada initiated a separate organization for handicrafts, until the establishment of a Quebec Branch in 1936.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Carleton University
Place
Ottawa
Date
1995
Language
en
Citation
McLeod, Ellen Mary Easton. “Enterprising Women and the Early History of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild, 1905-1936.” Master’s Thesis, Carleton University, 1995.
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