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Oral History with Eve Zaremba, 1986

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Title

Oral History with Eve Zaremba, 1986

Description

Eve Zaremba was born in Poland in 1930. The Second World War displaced her family to Scotland and England, where she was sent to a boarding school in Reading until the age of 15. Zaremba leaves school in 1945 and moves with her family to Southern Ontario. When she comes to Toronto in 1954, Zaremba becomes an advertising and marketing executive, and later becomes an important figure in the Women’s Movement. The interview concerns Eve’s coming out process from the 1960s, charting her lesbian relationships through the Women’s Movement in Toronto. At the time of the interview, Zaremba had became a noted writer. Her best-known works are The Privilege of Sex and The Helen Karemos Detective Series.

Creator

Lesbians Making History Collective

Date

1986

Contributor

Lesbians Making History Collective
LGBTQ Digital Oral History Collaboratory

Rights

The CLGA does not own copyright

Type

oral history

Coverage

1950s to 1970s, 1986

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Lesbians Making History Collective, “Oral History with Eve Zaremba, 1986,” The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions, accessed July 30, 2021, https://digitalexhibitions.arquives.ca/items/show/135.

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