17. THE WPA PROTESTED AGAINST THE COST OF LIVING 25. THE WPA GREW BEYOND VICTORIA 27. WOMEN'S PEACE ARMY LEAFLETS
FIRST WORLD WAR WOMEN
working for peace in Melbourne 1914-1919
22. THE WPA ESTABLISHED AND RAN A WOMEN’S FARMING CO-OPERATIVE
Out of the work undertaken by the WPA
to help unemployed women
there has developed a movement
to place some of these women on the land on co-operative lines.
Some Melbourne women ...
have entered into arrangements
with the Closer Settlement Board
for the purchase of a block of land at Mordialloc,
suitable for flower farming, fruit growing,
poultry raising etc.
Woman Voter 9 March 1915 State Library of Victoria
Hugh Michael O’Rorke, photographer, Two women working a plough, 1910,
=== 23. 'AS GOOD AS A MAN' ===