Margaret Ogg (1863–1953) was a feminist advocate in Queensland, Australia. Affectionately known as the 'Old Battle Axe', she was involved in the establishment and leadership of many women's organisations in Queensland, including the Queensland Women's Electoral League (QWEL).

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  • Margaret Ogg (1863–1953) was a feminist advocate in Queensland, Australia. Affectionately known as the 'Old Battle Axe', she was involved in the establishment and leadership of many women's organisations in Queensland, including the Queensland Women's Electoral League (QWEL). (en)
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  • Margaret Ogg (1863–1953) was a feminist advocate in Queensland, Australia. Affectionately known as the 'Old Battle Axe', she was involved in the establishment and leadership of many women's organisations in Queensland, including the Queensland Women's Electoral League (QWEL). (en)
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