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Wendy Lowenstein (born Katherin Wendy Robertson Lowenstein; 1927—2006) was an Australian historian, author, and teacher notable for her recording of people's everyday experiences and her advocacy of social activism. She pioneered oral history in Australia, with Weevils in the Flour in 1978 but she began collecting folklore and oral histories of early Australian working life in the 1960s.

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Harmondsworth, England : Penguin ; Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books Australia, 1978
 
 
by Lowenstein, Wendy, 1927-2006
Prahran, Vic. : Melbourne Bookworkers in association with the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1982
 
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