Newspaper articles by Mary Stott

Scope and Content

Consists of articles from The Guardian:

- 'Forsake me not thus Adam' dated 26 Jun 1970

- 'Pinning down the pin-ups' dated 20 Jul 1972

- 'What a liberty' dated 28 Dec 1972

- 'Mirror, mirror' dated 29 May 1975

- 'Why it's time for a union of Yin and Yang' dated 30 May 1979

- 'Women's work is vitally important: men's work a poor second' dated 22 Apr 1980

- 'Can women put politics aside to unite on a common platform?' dated 26 Nov 1980

- 'Why be sorry for spinsters?' dated 24 Jan 1984

Other publications:

- 'Healing the hurt of widowhood' from 'The Morning Star' dated 14 Mar 1978

- 'No more ads for dolly birds' [Mary Stott on sex discrimination] from 'The Observer' dated 16 Mar 1975

See 7CMS/04/05 and 7CMS/04/07 for other articles by Mary Stott