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The Women's Library finds a home at LSE
RLUK offers warm congratulations to LSE Library, who have become the new home of the most significant collection of women's history in Europe.
The Women's Library, formerly housed at London Metropolitan University, will now be known as Women's Library @ LSE and will be served by its own dedicated reading room. Recognised by UNESCO, the collection holds around 69,000 items including notable works such as Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) and first editions of the works of the Brontës’ and Virginia Woolf.