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Pratt, Janette B., 1947-



  • Existence: 1947-

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Janette Pratt oral history interview, April 16, 1997

 Item — Othertype Oral History
Identifier: W008_PrattJ_19970416
Scope and Contents Interviewed by Joyce Durand. Pratt talks about her working class childhood and youth in Lancashire, England. An only child, born late in her parents’ marriage, she remembers post-WWII rationing and bomb damage. She attended the London School of Economics which she says was considered “England’s Berkeley,” because of its radical reputation. She chose to study law because “nobody had -- in my little world -- had ever heard of a woman doing that…It was an act of rebellion, really.” After...
Dates: April 16, 1997

Janette Pratt papers

Identifier: W203

The Janette Pratt papers consist of commemorative envelopes, a postcard, a pamphlet, a letter, a sash, and framed prints relating to first-wave feminist activities.

Dates: 1836, 1851, 1893-1896, 1936, 1967-1970, undated

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