Glasgow Women's Library
The Glasgow Women’s Library holds a number of collections relating to women and women’s organisations in Scotland. These include:
- Edinburgh Women’s Centre archives
- Women’s Church Resource Group archives
- Scottish Women’s Aid archives
- Family Planning Association Scotland archives
- Scottish Abortion Campaign archives
The library also houses the national Lesbian Archive. Originally set up in London in 1984, its rich and varied collections range from a banned first edition of Radcliffe Hall’s Well of Loneliness (1928), to editions of the rare journals: Urania, Sappho and Arena 3; to British and American lesbian literature and pulp fiction; archives from groups and individuals such as the Camden Lesbian Centre and Black Lesbian Group, Jackie Forster and Anna Livia; and regional newsletters, banners, badges, oral histories and ephemera from the 1960s onwards.