Cloth with suffragettes' names

  • Description

    TWL.2012.24 Cloth, linen, embroidery, with the signatures of suffragettes embroidered in purple and green thread; they appear to have been written by individuals but embroidered by one hand in a narrow padded satin stitch; the signatures are of: R M Billinghurst; M A Aldham; Janie Allan; Alice Davies; Janie [F]errero (Ferrero); Ethel M Crawley; Nelly Crocker; C E Lehmann; Helen MacRae; E K Marshall; Victoria Simmons; Jeanette S Ellenbogen; Jessie Laing; Fanny Pease; Helena de Reya; Gladys Roberts; Margaret Rowlatt; Janet A Boyd; Grace Tollemache; May R Jones; M du Sautoy Newby; Constance Craig; F D Palethorpe; Eva Wilson; Kathleen Bardsley; C L Collier; Alice Morgan Wright; Enid M Renny; Margaret Macfarlane; Frances Williams; Lillie Lindsay; Alice Maud Shipley; Georgina J Cheffins; Lizzie McKenzie; Lettice Floyd; Norah Yorke; Emma Fowler; Isabella Casey; Edith E. Downing; Mary Hilliar; Cassie Nesbitt; Vera Wentworth; Louise Hatfield; Madeline Roack; Annie Myer; Eileen Casey; Grace Chappelow; Gladys Hapel; M Graily Hewitt; Late E [T]ordon-Cardo (Tordon-Cardo); Frances McPhun; Hilda Burkitt; Lilias Mitchell; Olivia Jeffcott; Lavender Guthrie; Isabelle Pottrey; Dorothea Rock; Zoe Procter; Alice Green; Kate Lilley; Louise Lilley; Blanche Bennett; Doreen Allan; Ethel C Haslam; J H Grant; Leonora Tyson; Katharine Gatty; Edith Hudson; Elizabeth Herrick; Lilian Ida Lenton; Gertrude Jessie Heward Wilkinson; Genie Sheppard; Gertrude Lowy; Beatrice Follit; Frances Parker; Eveleen B A Arton; Florence E Haig; Emily Wilding Davison
  • Owner

    LSE Library
  • Source

    Flickr (Flickr)
  • License

    What does this mean? No known copyright restrictions
  • Further information

    Resource type: Image
    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 5 years, 5 months ago
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    Picture Taken: 2015-12-08T07:11:24
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