Through the Working Class Movement Library, Ruth Frow taught many people many things. A co-founder of the Library, along with husband Eddie, she was instrumental in helping the Salford Star when it was first published and was always there for anyone, giving advice and helping people find documents, books and photos held in the archives of the unique building.
November marks the thirtieth anniversary of the Working Class Movement Library moving into Jubilee House on The Crescent in Salford, and as part of the anniversary, on 11th November, there's going to be an event to recognise the contribution of Ruth and Eddie Frow.
As well as building the incredible archive of the Library, Ruth was also previously a teacher in schools in Ardwick and Wythenshawe from the 1950s to 1970s, and organisers are trying to trace ex-pupils who were taught by Ruth, to take part in the celebrations.
If you were one of Ruth's pupils and have fond memories of her as your teacher, please contact Bernadette Hyland at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop her a line c/o Working Class Movement Library, The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WX
See also Salford Star article on the Library's 25th Anniversary – click here
Read the article that Ruth Frow wrote for the very first print issue of the Salford Star on The Day The Government Declared War On Salford – click here
The Working Class Movement Library is marking Heritage Open Days 2017 with 'behind-the-scenes' tours on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th September at 2pm. Book in advance via email@example.com
Find more Salford Heritage Open Days at www.heritageopendays.org.uk/
Ruth Frow photo by Steven Speed