(Untitled), 02 Mar 1911 -  Mar 1911
Scope and Contents
Newspaper cuttings from the Times relating to a statement made by WSC in the House of Commons concerning the treatment of suffragettes by the police on 18 November 1910 comprising: a letter from Georgina Solomon (Les Lunes, West Hampstead [London]) describing the way in which she was treated; and a report of a speech made by Christabel Pankhurst to the Women's Social and Political Union alleging that the police who "indecently treated" the suffragettes were acting on the orders of WSC. Covering letter at CHAR 12/9/91.
- Creation: 02 Mar 1911 -  Mar 1911
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