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Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested Featured Suffragettes Print

Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested

Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested. A Lancashire lass in clogs and shawl being Escorted Through Palace Yard by two burly policemen. Refers to the incident on 13th February after the convening of The Women's Parliament at Caxton Hall, and the resolution condemning the omission of women's suffrage from the Kings Speech. A march to the House of Commons met with violence from the Police and over fifty women were arrested. Date: 1907

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette Votes for Women Christmas Card Featured Suffragettes Print

Suffragette Votes for Women Christmas Card

Suffragette Votes for Women Christmas Card. Tabby cat with a feather in its hat, ribbon badge and satchel, holds a Vote for Women scroll. The cat is standing on a barrell on which is another scroll reading And a Happy Time'. Captioned A Jolly Christmas very much in the style of Louis Wain. Date: circa 1908

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Anti Strike Demo Featured Suffragettes Print

Anti Strike Demo

Representatives of regional groups from the Women's Guild of Empire marching along the Embankment, London to demonstrate against the imminent general strike in the UK, 17th April 1926. The Women's Guild of Empire was a right wing organization opposed to communism. Amongst the demonstrators banners are two that read: The Strike Is A Two-Edged Sword and Lancashire's Clemmin (starving) For Peace'. The march will continue to the Royal Albert hall, where a mass meeting will be addressed by the guild's co-founder, British suffragette, Flora Drummond. (Photo by Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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