Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
The bulk of the material charts nine months in the life of Agnes Lake from her arrest in April 1913 to her release from prison in December 1913, including an account of her imprisonment and correspondence with Christabel Pankhurst. The collection also includes three suffrage sashes and miscellaneous pamphlets and cuttings relating generally to the campaign for women's suffrage.
The papers, photographs and artefacts listed here relate to the two sisters' suffrage activities and to suffrage activities generally, including miscellaneous materials relating to Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughter Christabel Pankhurst. There are also a number of papers of general biographical interest, not only on Beatrice and Edith but also on the Pepper family generally.
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Subjects include: Clementine's health and her second pregnancy [with Randolph Churchill]; an attack on Herbert Asquith [Prime Minister, later 1st Lord Oxford and Asquith] by suffragettes on the road to Stirling [Scotland]; Clementine's low opinion of Arthur Balfour; the deportation of a Mr Cole from British East Africa [later Kenya and Uganda]; delivering a speech at Swanage on Churchill's behalf [during the by-election campaign of Churchill's cousin Henry Guest for East Dorset, 1910].
A protest against the tone of a leader on the female suffrage demonstration
The drawings, papers and photographs listed here relate to Marion Wallace-Dunlop's writing and artwork as well as her suffragist activities and include original line drawings for 'Fairies, Elves and Flower Babies'.