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Suffragette2010 Collection

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst seated as Margaret Bondfield makes a speech Circa

Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst seated as Margaret Bondfield makes a speech Circa 1910 Margaret Bondfield became Minister for Labour on 8th June 1929

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragette Under Arrest July 1913 Mary Richardson is arrested by Police for

Suffragette Under Arrest July 1913 Mary Richardson is arrested by Police for throwing a document into the carriage of King George V in Bristol as he made his way to the Royal Agricultural Show -

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Films The Man Who Bought London Film 1915 By Edgar Wallace Writer

Films The Man Who Bought London Film 1915 By Edgar Wallace Writer and Directer - being filmed by his Kent Film Company - Played in the principle london thoroughfairs of Oxford Street

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragette women outside No 10 downing Street MSI

Suffragette women outside No 10 downing Street MSI

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Under Arrest May 1906 Pictured being escorted by Policemen in London

Suffragettes Under Arrest May 1906 Pictured being escorted by Policemen in London Street 1900s Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Under Arrest May 1908 Miss N G Bacon - one of six Suffragettes being

Suffragettes Under Arrest May 1908 Miss N G Bacon - one of six Suffragettes being arrested oustide Downing Street London 1900s Police Officers Policemen Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Miss Sylvia Pankhurst being re arrested after recovering from her hunger strike

Miss Sylvia Pankhurst being re arrested after recovering from her hunger strike experiences in early 1913.. Miss Pankhurst was arrested under the Prisoners (Temporary Discharge for Ill-Health)

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Mrs Pankhurst and Mrs Wolstanhokme Elmy the oldest suffragette at the at the Euston

Mrs Pankhurst and Mrs Wolstanhokme Elmy the oldest suffragette at the at the Euston Road suffragette procession, 1908

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes June 1911 40, 000 strong in a Procession seven miles long march from

Suffragettes June 1911 40, 000 strong in a Procession seven miles long march from the Embankment to the Albert Hall London - The procession passing through Trafalgar Sqaure where an imense crowd had

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes bid fairwell to their leader Emmeline Pankhurst April 1913 9482

Suffragettes bid fairwell to their leader Emmeline Pankhurst April 1913 9482 Horse Drawn Coach Carriage 1910s Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Under Arrest October 1908 Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst - Mrs Drummond

Suffragettes Under Arrest October 1908 Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst - Mrs Drummond and Miss Christabel Pankhurst give themselves up at Clement Inn London - On the 13th October

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Copy of The Suffragette Newspaper April 1913 found near stand after Suffragettes burnt a

Copy of The Suffragette Newspaper April 1913 found near stand after Suffragettes burnt a Cricket Pavillion - also pictured an electric torch

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, youngest daughter of Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst seen here addressing a

Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, youngest daughter of Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst seen here addressing a massed meeting of suffragettes in Trafalgar Square. 28th July 1913

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, youngest daughter of Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst seen here addressing a

Miss Sylvia Pankhurst, youngest daughter of Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst seen here addressing a massed meeting of suffragettes in Trafalgar Square. 28th July 1913

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George seen here buying a '

Chancellor of the Exchequer David Lloyd George seen here buying a " Votes for Women" pamphlet on his way to the Houses of Parliament for the debate on the Finance bill. August 9th 1909

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Sir William Chance address the supporters of the Suffragettes movement in Trafalgar

Sir William Chance address the supporters of the Suffragettes movement in Trafalgar Square. November 1910

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Raid Buckingham Palace London May 1914 Suffragettes try to present a

Suffragettes Raid Buckingham Palace London May 1914 Suffragettes try to present a petition to King George V as Police Officers attempt to intervene - 1910s Running Policemen Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes pictured together ahead of Evening Dinner Womens Rights Movement Group

Suffragettes pictured together ahead of Evening Dinner Womens Rights Movement Group Clothing February 1928 1920s

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Dress rehearsal for Suffragettes November 1908 Suffragettes pictured trying

Dress rehearsal for Suffragettes November 1908 Suffragettes pictured trying on prison garb which they will wear when they parade outside Holloway Jail in London where a demonstration will be held

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes April 1912 Mr & Mrs Pethwick Lawrence pictured leaving Bow Street Police

Suffragettes April 1912 Mr & Mrs Pethwick Lawrence pictured leaving Bow Street Police Station after being formally committed for trial with Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst on a charge of conspiracy Rights

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst Under Arrest. 21st May 1908. being escorted by Policemen

Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst Under Arrest. 21st May 1908. being escorted by Policemen Police Officers Suffragettes Womens Rights Movement vfr1

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Arson Attack March 1913 Suffragettes fire home of Lady White in

Suffragettes Arson Attack March 1913 Suffragettes fire home of Lady White in Englefield Green 1910s Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Mrs Dora Montefiore Suffragette October 1913 Pictured in Court 1910s

Mrs Dora Montefiore Suffragette October 1913 Pictured in Court 1910s Suffragettes Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Mrs Charlotte Despard LEFT Suffragette Circa 1908 Despard became a member of

Mrs Charlotte Despard LEFT Suffragette Circa 1908 Despard became a member of the National Union of Womens Suffrage Societies (NUWSS)

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: November 1908 Suffragettes in Prison Garb leave Clements Inn to advertise their upcoming

November 1908 Suffragettes in Prison Garb leave Clements Inn to advertise their upcoming demonstration outside Holloway Jail - to protest against the Governments refusal to treat convict Suffragettes

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: WSPU Headquarters in Kingsway London May 1913 Women

WSPU Headquarters in Kingsway London May 1913 Womens Social and Political Union HQ Buildings Building 1910s Suffragettes Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes pictured sleeping at home of a friend who refuses to fill up her schedule

Suffragettes pictured sleeping at home of a friend who refuses to fill up her schedule for the National Census - Afterwards they have arranged to attend a midnight meeting in Trafalgar Square London

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Vandalism by Suffragettes December 1912 Police Officer

Vandalism by Suffragettes December 1912 Police Officer and Postman attempt to clear a letter box in Fleet Street London which had been vandalised with paint by Suffragettes - Passersby Look on 1910s

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Whitehall London after Miss Sylvia Pankhurst was re arrested

Whitehall London after Miss Sylvia Pankhurst was re arrested and taken to Charing Cross Police Station after recovering from her hunger strike experiences in early 1913

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes women in dock Bow Street police station London October 1908

Suffragettes women in dock Bow Street police station London October 1908

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Lady Claflin Cook circa 1910 Suffragette benefactor patron - She has stated that

Lady Claflin Cook circa 1910 Suffragette benefactor patron - She has stated that she will spend a £ million in this country to advance the cause of Suffragettes 1910s Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes circa 1910 Demonstration Parade Banners Banner Lawyers

Suffragettes circa 1910 Demonstration Parade Banners Banner Lawyers The Law is for Man Not Man for the Law Give us justice not precedents Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes march down Northumberland Street in Newcastle. Circa 1908

Suffragettes march down Northumberland Street in Newcastle. Circa 1908

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Demonstration May 1906 Demanding Votes For Women Placcards

Suffragettes Demonstration May 1906 Demanding Votes For Women Placcards Banners 1900s On Horse and Cart Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Winston Churchill May 1908 attempts to campaign during by-election in Dundee Scotland as

Winston Churchill May 1908 attempts to campaign during by-election in Dundee Scotland as he aims to become Liberal MP for Dundee Constituency - Winston Churchill is silenced as he

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Under Arrest November 1911 Mrs Pethwick Lawrence Suffragette is

Suffragettes Under Arrest November 1911 Mrs Pethwick Lawrence Suffragette is escorted by Officers to Cannon Row Police Station after raid on Parliament Square London

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Miss Muriel Matters, suffragette, pictured in the basket of a hot air balloon with a

Miss Muriel Matters, suffragette, pictured in the basket of a hot air balloon with a megaphone as Suffragettes attempt to disrupt the Opening of Parliament by Airship. 16th February 1909

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragettes Miss Christabel Pankhurst addressing an unemployed meeting dbase msi

Suffragettes Miss Christabel Pankhurst addressing an unemployed meeting dbase msi Womens Rights Movement

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Suffragette Annie Kenney Arrested by Police Officers Oldham cotton-girl Kenny

Suffragette Annie Kenney Arrested by Police Officers Oldham cotton-girl Kenny joined the Womens Social and Political Union after hearing Christabel Pankhurst at an Independent Labour Party meeting in

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Lady Constance Lytton Suffragette RIGHT October 1909 Pictured during Suffragette

Lady Constance Lytton Suffragette RIGHT October 1909 Pictured during Suffragette Procession in London - in 1909 Constance Lytton took part in a demonstration at the House of Commons

Background imageSuffragette2010 Collection: Mrs Flora Drummond Suffragette riding on horseback June 1910 leads a procession

Mrs Flora Drummond Suffragette riding on horseback June 1910 leads a procession through London Suffragettes 1910s Womens Rights Movement


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