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Suffrage Speech Society Society women wearing sandwich boards to publicise a talk at Cooper Union by the governors of the states which have granted the vote to women.

1913 - Note banner: "First Woman Suffragist[s?] Arrested in London. I wonder if that identifies someone in the procession, or calls out the event?

Miliband faces protest backlash: Unease as Labour leader ranks marchers alongside suffragettes

'Let them starve, views of public men, June 9' This headline refers to the response of the authorities to the problem of hunger striking suffragette prisoners.

'Let them starve, views of public men, June This headline refers to the response of the authorities to the problem of hunger striking suffragette prisoners.

Votes For Women - calling out the political maneuvering

Women's suffrage uk essay The fight for women's suffrage, or voting, went on for about seventy years. The fight first officially started in 1848 with the first women's rights convention in.

Photograph of Suffragette demonstrating at the Strand, written on the back: "One of the Suffragettes parading through the Strand, advertising the demonstration". Dated 1909.

Historic Photos of Women Voting Throughout the Years Museum of London/Heritage Images/Getty Image. Emmeline Pankhurst, among the most famous voices in the English suffrage movement, advertises a march for women's suffrage in

Mocking the Pankhursts: "We Only Want What the Men Have Got!!!" says Miss Ortobee Spankdfirst  Anti-suffragette postcard.

Mocking the Pankhursts: "We Only Want What the Men Have Got!" says Miss Ortobee Spankdfirst Anti-suffragette postcard, implying (check the shadow) that suffragettes want a penis. Clearly, whoever designed this postcard has been reading Freud.

A poster (1912) by John Hassall for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage

A poster for the National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage, 1912 // designed by John Hassall

"Votes For Women" suffrage pin by the Women's Political Union. Purple, white, and green (or sometimes gold) were the colors of the Suffragettes.

Broad Arrows by Becky Brown Emmeline Pankhurst arrested in 1914 The British WSPU made good use of the idea of repeated arr.

Woman Suffrage Postcard - Swedish Votes for Women Suffragette Suffragist

Woman Suffrage Postcard Swedish Votes for Women Suffragette Suffragist

Obverse view of Suffragette Hunger Strike medal. Silver Hunger Strike Medal with green, white, purple striped ribbon. Inscribed "For Valour / Hunger Strike / Florence Haig" plus the dates of her hunger strikes. Suffragettes treated the fight for the vote as a military campaign. From 1909, those who served prison terms for militancy were awarded medals for their service to the cause. Imitating military honours, hunger strike medals were decorated with enamelled tricolour bars, each bar…

Obverse view of Suffragette Hunger Strike medal. Silver Hunger Strike Medal with…

C1911 Theochrome Suffrage Suffragette Post Card Long May She Wave Americana | eBay

Theochrome Suffrage Suffragette Post Card Long May She Wave Americana

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