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(Untitled), 15 Feb 1911

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/9/61-62

Scope and Contents

Letter from George Muff, Chairman of the Bradford League of Young Liberals (20 Thornton Lane, Bradford [Yorkshire]) to WSC concerning the meeting addressed by WSC at St George's Hall, Bradford at which he was interrupted by supporters of women's suffrage. Alfred Hawkins was injured through being ejected from the meeting, and has enacted civil proceedings against the organisers of the meeting, the Bradford League of Young Liberals, in order to publicise the cause of women's suffrage. Muff therefore appeals to WSC for evidence produced at the trial [of Hugh Franklin for attacking WSC] which might aid the cause of the Bradford League of Young Liberals. Signed typescript annotated by Edward Marsh.

Dates

  • 15 Feb 1911

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Extent

2 folio(s)

Language of Materials

English

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