Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division

WDFF, WDFFNZ, Women's Division Federated Farmers of New Zealand

The Women's Division Federated Farmers, or the Women's Division of the Farmers' Union as it was named until 1947, was a non-party, non-sectarian society set up in 1925 by a group of farmers' wives to better conditions for rural women and children and to encourage the cooperation of women within farming organisations. Services set up included the emergency bush housekeeper scheme, and the provision of rest and holiday homes throughout New Zealand. Renamed Rural Women New Zealand in October, 1999.

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Date: [nd, 1930?] From: Lilburn, Douglas Gordon, 1915-2001 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-7623-301 Description: Letters from Rosamond Lilburn to Janet and Robert, and report by Rosamund on her visit to the Nelson area for the Women's Division of the Farmers' Union Qua...
Date: [ca 1925-1983] By: Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division Ref: MS-Group-0230 Description: Contains national, provincial and branch level minute books (1927-1987), including Dominion Executive minute books for the period (1929-1975); nomination fo...
Date: [1926-1980] From: New Zealand Family Planning Association : Records Ref: 97-035-09/5 Description: Comprises letter re setting up association's archives (1980); two letters from Marie Stopes to E W Flint (1926); two letters from Phyllis Turner to Marie Gri...
Date: 1985 By: Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division. Hawera Branch Ref: MS-Papers-10464 Description: This papers gives a brief Branch history up to 1985, with information on projects and campaigns undertaken by the Branch. The Hawera Branch of the Women's D...
Date: 1976 By: Poppe, Adna, active 1976 Ref: MS-Papers-10007 Description: Poppe traces the history of the branch up until 1976 Source of title - Supplied Other Titles - Stands of home, for country and empire The Wanganui Branch o...
Date: 1993-1995 From: National Collective of Independent Women's Refuges : Records Ref: 2001-162-045 Description: Administrative file relating to NCIWR's working relationships with other women's groups Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: 1947-1954 From: Bennett, Agnes Elizabeth Lloyd, 1872-1960: Papers Ref: MS-Papers-1346-292 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: [ca 1939] By: Kennedy, William McLaughlin, 1857-1949 Ref: MS-1112 Description: A series of short accounts on the history of numerous organisations and institutions of Stratford, including a substantial section on the Stratford-Auckland ...
Date: 1992 By: Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division Ref: Eph-B-ASSOCIATION-W-1992-01 Description: Includes course notes and exercises on how to be assertive. Two copies held. Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s). Physical Description: Typescrip...
By: Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division; Ruddenklau, Edith, active 1991 Ref: OHColl-0116 Description: Interviews with Ann Turner, Mabel Wachner, Violet Soderstrom, Susan Smith, Jessie Yorke, Heleanor Carran and Violet Wildermoth. Quantity: 8 C60 cassette(s)....
Date: 1990 By: Fyfe, Judith Mildred de Visme, 1944-; Manson, Heugh Cecil Drummond, 1941-; Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division Ref: OHColl-0115 Description: Quantity: 19 C60 cassette(s). 6 printed abstract(s). 6 interview(s). Finding Aids: Abstract Available - abstracting complete.
Date: 31 July 1993 From: Women in a Mining Town, Waihi 1883-1993, Oral History Project By: Campbell, Doris Frances, 1912-2007 Ref: OHInt-0067/040 Description: Doris Frances Campbell born Waihi and lived there all of her life. Outlines family background - father, an accountant, from Northern Ireland and mother, a bo...
Date: 14 August 1993 - 14 Aug 1993 From: Women in a Mining Town, Waihi 1883-1993, Oral History Project By: Jones, Dorothy Mary Amelia, 1915-2007 Ref: OHInt-0067/062 Description: Dorothy Jones born Paeroa. Aged 4 years when father got job in mine and moved to Waihi. Describes home and lifestyle. Reference to blacksmith, Mr Armour, an ...
Date: 11 Jan 1944 - 11 Jan 1994 From: National Council of Women: Narratives from a century - oral history project By: Dixon, Barbara Mary, 1909-2006 Ref: OHInt-0387/06 Description: Barbara Mary Dixon (Mary) has previously been interviewed as part of World War II Project. While this interview repeats much of her past, this summary will c...
Date: 4 Nov 1988 - 04 Nov 1988 From: The Matriarchs Oral History Project By: Schroder, Nellie Winifred Bernice, 1903-1993 Ref: OHInt-0048/03 Description: Nellie Schroder was born in Kent in 1903 and came out to New Zealand with her parents in 1913. Talks about her grandfather from Staffordshire, her parents'...
Date: 1973 By: Lowry, Vanya, 1943- Ref: Eph-B-WOMEN-1973 Description: Includes: Auckland District Communist Party. Women's liberation; a class issue! September 1973. Flier Auckland Equal Pay and Opportunity Council. Discussion ...
Date: 1993-1997 By: Royal Agricultural Society of New Zealand Ref: MS-Papers-5342 Description: Comprises 329 nominations for the RAS Suffrage Medal, 1993. Includes CVs and biographical information about the nominees who were very active in WDFF, A & P ...
Nellie Winifred Bernice Schroder
Date: [ca 4 Aug 1954] From: New Zealand Free Lance : Photographic prints and negatives Ref: PAColl-6388-18 Description: Nellie Winifred Bernice Schroder in 1954, the year she was elected as dominion president of the Women's Division, Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Photograp...
Date: 1980 - 1990 By: Federated Farmers of New Zealand. Women's Division; Associated Country Women of the World Ref: Eph-D-ASSOCIATION-WDFF-Teatowels Description: Includes: Women's Division Federated Farmers Golden Jubilee 1975 teatowel (2 copies) Women's Division Federated Farmers - 2 other teatowels Associated Countr...
Date: 6, 15, 26, 29 October 1992; 1 November 1992 - 06 Oct 1992 - 01 Nov 1992 From: Otago Women and Work - Paid and Unpaid Oral History Project By: Harrex, Robyn, active 1992; Rutherford, Helen Elizabeth, 1908-1997 Ref: OHInt-0148/25 Description: Mrs Helen Rutherford, born and spent childhood in Dunedin. Parents worked for the Post Office, mother also taught music. Family moved to Napier because of fa...