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The Derby (1913) - Emily Davison trampled by King's horse | BFI National Archive

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Palace Pandemonium (1914) - Emmeline Pankhurst | BFI National Archive

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Trafalgar Square Riot (1913) | BFI

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033648:Bigg Market Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1900

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Various Suffragettes Material (0)

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Suffragette Cycle Rally, Ripon

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Suffragette news headline! #1913

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Suffragette bicycle lineup!!

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Beamish Suffrage Rally - Learning Activities for Schools

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Beamish Museum - Women's Suffragette Movement

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Beamish Suffrage Rally - Learning Activities for Schools

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Ethel Williams (1863-1948 )
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Ethel Williams (1863-1948 )
- Overview About Ethel Williams In 1906 Ethel became the first woman to found a general medical practice in Newcastle, and she was reportedly the first woman to drive a car ...
Emily Davison (1872 - 1913)
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Emily Davison (1872 - 1913)
- Overview About Emily Davison Timeline Emily Wilding Davison was a militant suffragette campaigning for the right to vote for women in Britain. Davison joined the Women's Social and Political Union ...
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Meeting of Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) leaders, c.1906 - c.1907.

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Ethel Smyth at a Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) meeting, 1912.

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Holloway Prison C1905

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A suffragette on hunger strike being forcibly fed with a nasal tube c.1911
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The Women's Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide 1866-1928, By Elizabeth Crawford
- Book: Elizabeth Crawford; The Women's Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide 1866-1928, Routledge (2003).

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Legacy of tragic Emily Davison ‘betrayed’
- the Journal, 3rd June 2013. "THE sexism still existing in modern society shames the sacrifice made by Northumberland suffragette Emily Davison, campaigners say. The Fawcett Society, which campaigns for equal ...

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Margaret Bondfield (1873 - 1953)
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Margaret Bondfield (1873 - 1953)
- Overview About Margaret Bondfield Margaret Bondfield was a trades unionist, women's rights activist and political leader. She had had a number of union roles and was sbsequently elected to the ...
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Suffragette demonstrations, October 1909
- "....Although the suffragettes do not seem to have been successful in their goal of speaking to Mr. Lloyd George, there were a number of protest incidents connected to his visit ...

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Kathleen Brown, Suffragette
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Kathleen Brown, Suffragette
- Kathleen Brown was a Suffragette from Newcastle. After throwing stones in Whitehall, Brown was sentenced to to seven days solitary confinement at Holloway Prison, where she went on hunger strike. ...
Josephine Butler (1828-1906)
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Josephine Butler (1828-1906)
- Overview About Josephine Butler Josephine Elizabeth Butler was a social reformer and Christian feminist. Josephine Grey was born on the 13th of April 1828 in Milfield, near Wooler in Northumberland. ...
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Emmeline (Goulden) Pankhurst, three-quarter length portrait, standing by small table, facing right, with left hand on book, c1913
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Women's Social and Political Union poster showing a suffragette prisoner being force-fed, 1910
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WSPU leaders Annie Kenney (left) and Christabel Pankhurst, c.1908.
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Cat and Mouse Act - WSPU poster c.1914
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A Suffragette calendar depicting a woman wearing the traditional Suffragette colours of purple, white and green - wood, c.1910
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Portrait Badge of Emmeline Pankhurst, c.1909, sold in large numbers by the WSPU to raise funds
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The Suffragette that Knew Jiu-Jitsu. The Arrest. (Edith Margaret Garrud) - Published in Punch Magazine, 1910
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2ASL/11/55/2

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Our 8 Lady M.P.S (1924)

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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792)
- "Title page from the first American edition of Rights of Woman A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792), written by the 18th-century ...

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Christabel Pankhurst, c.1911.

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Emmeline Pankhurst talking to Grace Roe, c.1912.

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Emmeline Pethick Lawrence and Christabel Pankhurst, c.1908-1912.

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A Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) office, 1913.

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Emmeline Pankhurst, Annie Kenny and Emmeline Pethick Lawrence, c.1912.

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Emmeline Pankhurst, 1920.

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Emmeline Pankhurst in bed, c.1913.

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Emmeline Pankhurst as a young girl, 1870s.

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Emmeline Pankhurst talking to a small boy, c.1913-1914.

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Mary Blathwayt, Annie Kenney and Margaret Hewitt, 1909.

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American suffragists, 1910

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Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy watches the Women's Coronation Procession, 1911.

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The 'Prison to Citizenship' pageant, 1911.

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Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst in mock prison garb, 1908.

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A male suffragist ejected from a public meeting, c.1907-1914.

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Flora Drummond and others under arrest, 1914.

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The arrest of Flora Drummond, Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst, WSPU offices at Clement's Inn, 1908.

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David Lloyd George in the witness box, 1908.

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Waiting for suffragettes outside Bow Street, c.1908-1912.

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Evelina Haverfield and Emmeline Pankhurst in court, c.1909.

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Lena Ashwell and Gertrude Elliott, Actresses Franchise League, 1911

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Processing suffragettes, c.1908.

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Edith New and Mary Leigh's carriage being pulled from Holloway to Queen's Hall, 1908.

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Prisoners' Breakfast in Queen's Hall, 1908.

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Release of Mary Leigh and Edith New from Holloway, 1908

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Procession of the religious leagues for women's suffrage, c.1914.

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Suffragettes with tartan sashes, c.1908.

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The Coronation Procession, 1911.

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Making banners for a Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) rally, 1910.

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Church League for Women's Suffrage procession, c.1909-1914.

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Emmeline Pankhurst speaking at a Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU) meeting, 1912.

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Suffragette Procession, 1911.

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WSPU postcard album, c.1911.

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Poster : Votes for Women - Man Prisoner Fed by Force, March 1911.

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Madonna Lily, 14 Jun 1913.

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Church League for Women's Suffrage badge, c.1913.

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Votes for Women rosette, c.1913.

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Poster : Keswick and District Welfare Committee Annual Meeting, 1928.

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Collection of suffrage ephemera, 1874-1936.

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Constance Lytton, c.1910.

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Emmeline Pankhurst and Constance Lytton at Waterloo Station, c.1910.

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Representation of the People Act 1918

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Josephine Butler addresses the women of Pontefract1872

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Women on the Home Front c. 1914

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Millicent Fawcett's Hyde Park address on 26 July 1913

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Elsie Duval's hunger strike medal 1912

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Postcard by William Henry Margetson1909

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Photograph of Josephine Butler c. 1880

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Equal Franchise postcard1928-08-03

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Lady Astor's Election Campaign, 1919.

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International Congress of Women1915

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Emmeline Pankhurst arrested at Buckingham Palacec. 1912

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Emily Wilding Davison's insurance ticket1913-06-04

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Emily Wilding Davison's rail insurance ticket

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Rulebook: National Federation of Women Workers1911

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Women's Franchise - At last!, 1918.

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Postcard featuring John Stuart Mill,c. 1907.

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Anti-Suffrage Postcard, c. 1910.

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Suffragettes In and Out of Prison game, c. 1908.

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Emily Wilding Davison under the king's horse, 1913.

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Women's Freedom League badge, c. 1907.

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Anti-suffrage pamphlet on equal pay, 1912.

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Notice of formation of National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies 18972NWS/C/1

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The Woman Worker: a journal, 1907.

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Verbatim debate on suffrage and equality, 1907.

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Victory Breakfast Menu at Hotel Cecil, 1928.

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Women and the Vote leaflet

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Women and the Vote leaflet,1918.

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Emily Wilding Davison, c.1905.

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NUWSS procession - Frances Balfour, Millicent Fawcett, Emily Davies, Sophie Bryant, 13 June 1908

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Suffrage campaigning: The Right Dishonourable Double-Faced Asquith, 1916

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Suffrage campaigning: 182 City And Town Councils Have Petitioned Government To Give Facilities For Passing The Woman Suffrage Bill c.1913

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Suffrage campaigning: What Cat Could Keep Up With This? 1913-1914

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Suffrage campaigning: 4 women 'Go Away! We Do Not Want You,' Spirit Of Reform 'Have You No Sisters?' c.1912

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Suffrage campaigning: How the Law Protects the Wife, 1909.

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Demonstrations, Strikes, Marches, Processions: suffrage parade, c.1908.

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Suffrage campaigning: Woman Suffrage1907-1913

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Suffrage campaigning: Is A Woman A Person? The Law says yes when she has to pay taxes1911-1917

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Suffrage campaigning: How The Law 'Protects The Widower1909

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Suffrage campaigning: The Law & The Mother1909

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Suffrage campaigning: How The Law 'Protects The Husband1909

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Untitled

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Taxation without Representation - Artists' Suffrage League, c.1908.

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Untitled

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Suffrage Campaigning: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies 1908-1918

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Suffrage Campaigning: Men's League for Women's Suffrage 1907-1918

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'Votes for Women' sellers, 1908.

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Mary Lowndes Album

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Mary Lowndes Album

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Mary Lowndes Album

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Mary Lowndes Album

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Religious Leagues for Women's Suffrage c.1914

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Women's Tax Resistance League - Sophia Duleep Singh's sale of goods in lieu of tax

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Procession for released suffrage prisoners

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Suffragette chained to railings

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'They have a cheek, I've never been asked! Emily Ford 1908, Artists' Suffrage League postcard

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Edith New and Mary Leigh leaving Holloway Prison in Sep 1908

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Debate between Suffrage & Anti-Suffrage Societies held at Free Trade Hall, Manchester

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"Is your wife a suffragette?"

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"The suffragettes get wilder..."

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Suffrage procession, Frederick Street

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Suffragettes in Redcar, 1909

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NUWSS leaflet page 1 - organisations that support women's suffrage

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NUWSS leaflet appeal to suffragists

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NUWSS notebook cover

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Women's National Anti-Suffrage League leaflet page 1

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Women's National Anti-Suffrage League leaflet

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Women's National Anti-Suffrage League leaflet

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What a woman may be and yet not have the vote....

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WSPU making banners

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National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies camp camping at Kineton, Warwickshire en route to London as part of the Women's Suffrage Pilgrimage, 1913

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Women's Suffrage pilgrimage setting up a stall bearing the slogans 'Law abiding' and 'Non Party' during the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS) Pilgrimage.

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Suffrage Caravan Tour at Whitby

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Suffragettes led by Miss Kerr outside WSPU offices at Clement's Inn

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WSPU leaflet

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Anti-suffrage postcard: For a Suffragette the Ducking-Stool

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Josephine Butler

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Josephine Butler

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Why women want the vote by Women's Social and Political Union

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Fourteen reasons for supporting women's suffrage by Central Society for Women's Suffrage, 1908

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Emily Wilding Davison Funeral at St George's Bloomsbury, 1913

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Anti-suffrage postcard: My wife's joined the suffrage movement. (I've suffered ever since!)

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Violet Markham's speech at the Royal Albert Hall, 28 February 1912 (page 2)

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The Women's March - route from Edinburgh to London

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The Women's March - Edinburgh to London, Oct-Nov 1912

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Arrest of Captain Charles Gonne

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Envelope for letter from Katherine Riddell to Emily Wilding Davison

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WSPU Steward's armband

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Katie Gliddon's drawing of Holloway cell, March 1912

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Cloth with suffragettes' names

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The Militant Methods of the NWSPU by Christabel Pankhurst

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Rosa May Billinghurst at Emily Wilding Davison's funeral procession

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Suffrage Atelier poster Polling Stations

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Votes for Women, October 1907

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Schofield, Alice1907

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Alice Schofield Coates (1881 - 1975)
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Alice Schofield Coates (1881 - 1975)
- Overview About Alice Coates   Alice Schofield or Alice Schofield Coates (1881 – 1975) was a British suffragette and politician. She campaigned for women to have the vote and later ...
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Marion Coates Hansen (1870 - 1947)
- Overview About Marion Coates Hansen   Marion Coates Hansen (née Coates; 3 June 1870 – 2 January 1947) was an English feminist and women's suffrage campaigner, an early member of ...
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1913 Suffrafette Poster

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