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- A Place & Date Exhibited Melbourne, Australia
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Model - Female Reproductive System, 1970s Reg. No: HT 22521
- Model of female reproductive system used for Women in Industry Contraception and Health (WICH) workplace-based family planning sessions in the 1970s (labelled LUPKIT). It is part of a collection of material obtained from individuals and organisations in the course of developing the 'Trailblazers: Migrant Women Activists' exhibition in the Immigration Museum's Community Gallery from March to July 2008.
- Hinged black case that opens into 3-dimensional coloured plastic model. Pieces of the model can be lifted out for demonstration.
- Acquisition Information:
- Donation from Multicultural Centre for Women's Health, 2008
|Dimensions:||100 mm (Height), 130 mm (Width)|
|Dimension Comment:||When box is closed.|
|Tagged with:||health campaigns, women s issues|
|Themes this item is part of:||Medicine in Society Collection, Identity: Yours, Mine, Ours, Immigration Museum Exhibition, 2011-2021, Immigration Museum, Migrant Women Activists' Collection|
|Primary Classification:||MEDICINE & HEALTH|
|Secondary Classification:||Public Health|
|Tertiary Classification:||health campaigns|
|Inscriptions:||Blue sticker on top of box, with white text: "LUPKIT".
White sticker on top of box with black text: "The Woman".
White sticker on top of box with black text: "1".
|Place & Date Exhibited:||Museum Victoria Immigration Museum, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2008|
|User:||Women in Industry Contraception & Health, Australia, 1970s|