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Margaret Howells (nee Kemp) was an Australian volunteer during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. In 1938 Margaret and her husband Arthur Fenton Howells (1907-1986), a labour and peace movement activist, visited Spain, returning to Australia to work for the Spanish Relief Committee. In 1967 Margaret Howells stood as a candidate for the Australian Labor Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Monbulk at the Victorian state election. Margaret Howells worked as an English teacher

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Funeral for a Basque officer

Author(s)Photographer: not known
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Date Createdcirca 1937
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Church dignitaries give a facist salute at a military review in Franco's Spain

Author(s)Photographer: not known
TypeImage
Date Published-
Date Createdcirca 1938
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The Comissariat as it was prior to the war

Author(s)Photographer: not known
TypeImage
Date Published-
Date Createdcirca 1934
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March past of the International Brigades (showing David Robert Szymin / Seymour, alias CHIM)

Author(s)Photographer: not known
TypeImage
Date Published-
Date Createdcirca 1937
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Carmen

Author(s)Photographer: not known
TypeImage
Date Published-
Date Createdcirca 1937
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Invitation to an event in honour of Mr and Mrs Arthur Howells who will speak on 'Experiences of child-refugee work in Spain'

Author(s)Photographer: not known
TypeText
Date Published-
Date Createdcirca 1937

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