Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:
Sones spoke to Yvette Cooper, Andrea Leadsom, Helen Whately, Kate Osamor, Lyn Brown and Marsha de Cordova about the Photo Exhibition
Audio podcasts for interviews conducted during the Centenary Year of Women in Parliament, 2017-11-15 - 2019-01-31
76 podcast interviews collated for the publication 'When There's a Woman in the Room - #Vote 100 year January 2018 to January 2019' and written with journalists Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother. Sones' focus was primarily on recording interviews with MPs who champion public policy reforms through debates in Westminster Hall or by asking questions at PMQs.
For most podcasts, both 'raw' and 'edited' versions exist.
Audio podcasts for Women’s Parliamentary Radio, conducted by Boni Sones with contributions by Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother
Cartoons on WSC as Liberal and Under-Secretary of State for Colonies; General Election and issues of Chinese Labour and Female suffrage; photos of WSC.
Cartoons of WSC on African Tour, on WSC’s defeat in North West Manchester, on Female Suffrage and Socialism; WSC’s reception in Dundee [Scotland].
Cartoons of WSC on Tariff Reform, Budget, Navy debate, Unemployment insurance, Female Suffrage, Labour Exchanges, electoral reform (WSC appearing in Parliament in pyjamas); photos of CSC.
Includes a statement by Else advocating the suffragette campaign of tax resistance, if amendments to the Franchise Bill were turned down.
Subjects include encounters with suffragettes in Dundee [Scotland], May-June 1908.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1909-11, 1911-10 - 1970-08
Subjects include: the christening of Diana Churchill [later Diana Bailey and Diana Sandys]; King Edward VII's view of Churchill; encounters with suffragettes, including Hugh Franklyn's attempted attack on Churchill with a dog whip; rail and miners' strikes, 1911. Also includes two letters from Reginald McKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty, on Clementine Churchill launching the battleship HMS Centurion.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1912-13, general, 1912-04 - 1968-01
Subjects include Home Rule and a visit to Belfast [Northern Ireland], and women's suffrage, including a copy of Sir Almroth Wright's letter to the Times against suffrage and an original press cutting of Clementine Churchill's response, "Ought not women to be abolished?". Also includes a letter from Clementine's sister Nellie Hozier [later Nellie Romilly].
Subjects include: a voyage on the Admiralty yacht the Enchantress in the Mediterranean; women's suffrage, including Sir Almroth Wright's letter to the Times against suffrage and Clementine Churchill's response, "Ought not women to be abolished?".
This recording selects soundbites from interviews Parliamentary Radio conducted with women MPs of all political parties about the issues they championed in 2018. In part two, we hear from Jo Swinson, Sharon Hodgson, Ruth George, Lucy Powell, Maria Miller, Tessa Jowell, Catherine McKinnell, Dame Caroline Spelman, Maggie Throup and Theresa May. This recording is a summary of the previous recordings with headlines from each female MP.
Various flyers, leaflets, membership cards, press cuttings etc, including: service cards of the Votes for Women Fellowship; annual report of the Actresses' Franchise League; programme for the women's march from Edinburgh [Scotland] to London, Nov 1912; issue of the Humanitarian.
Interview with Dr Lisa Cameron MP and Jo Swinson MP on #Vote100 whilst looking at the Suffragette displays in Parliament, 2018-02-01
Interview with Vicky Ford MP: #AskHerToStand, Proxy Voting, Brexit White Paper and on her Prime Minister Theresa May, 2018-07-19
Issues of Britannia, official newsletter of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), 1915 - 1917
Includes Else's diaries (in German) and account books and papers relating to the suffragette movement.
A protest against the tone of a leader on the female suffrage demonstration
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.