Newspaper article found loose in the back of the photograph album.

It is part of a larger collection, which records one young Melbourne woman's progression from childhood to teenager to young adulthood. It succinctly documents her life, as well as some of the important aspects of 1960s Melbourne youth culture, including the challenges and advantages of life in the new outer suburbs, the domination of American and British popular culture, and the emerging political and social movements such as contraception and sexual freedom, conscription and the Vietnam War, and female equality and feminism. It consists of approximately 250 documents, publications and photographs, with a small number of objects, mainly covering the years 1960 - 1972.

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