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Arena Three magazine
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Arena Three magazine

Arena Three was the first publication aimed at lesbians and bisexual women in the UK.

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Three Tahitians by Gauguin
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Three Tahitians by Gauguin

View 'Three Tahitians by Gauguin ', on the British Library's website.

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Plato, Republic, three elements of man
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Plato, Republic, three elements of man

three elements of man in Plato's Republic

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Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf
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Three Guineas by Virginia Woolf

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One, Two, Three a-Leary
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One, Two, Three a-Leary

This footage was filmed in London in 1957 and shows a girl playing the two-ball game 'One, Two, Three a-Leary'.

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Diana Chapman on the founding of Arena Three
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Diana Chapman on the founding of Arena Three

Diane Chapman recounts the reasons for setting up Arena Three, the first UK lesbian publication.

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Three Women, a radio play by Sylvia Plath
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Three Women, a radio play by Sylvia Plath

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Arena Three: Britain’s first lesbian magazine
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Arena Three: Britain’s first lesbian magazine

Steven Dryden looks at how Britain’s first lesbian magazine came about and its impact on society.

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A VIEW of THREE RIVERS taken from the ROAD leading to POINTE du LAC
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A VIEW of THREE RIVERS taken from the ROAD leading to POINTE du LAC

Distant view of the city of Trois-Rivieres which was known to English settlers in the 18th centur... Creator: Peachy, James; Medium: Aquatint, coloured; Date: 19/10/1784; Shelfmark: K.Top 119; Item number: 43.1; Genre: Topographical Print; Exhibition: King George III Topographical Collection;

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Three Sailor Boys: Children's adventure story
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Three Sailor Boys: Children's adventure story

Explore 'Three Sailor Boys: Children's adventure story' on the British Library website

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