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Annie Lowe (1834-1910) was a suffragist in Victoria, Australia. She and Henrietta Dugdale also founded the Victorian Women's Suffrage Society (the suffragettes) in 1884, the first organisation of this kind to be established in Australia.  
- Caine, Barbara (1998). Australian Feminism: A Companion. Oxford University Press.
- Olivia Yasukawa "Female activists call for equality" The Sydney Morning Herald, 14 September 2009, By Olivia Yasukawa
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