Manchester's Twisted Wheel1967, photograph by Paul Stanley.

Soul music at the Twisted Wheel Club All-Nighters in Manchester." Mod outside the Twisted Wheel, Manchester, United Kingdom, photograph by Paul Stanley.

The Canal, Manchester, Lancashire, by by E.O. Hoppé, 1925.

The Canal, Manchester, Lancashire, 1925 by E. Hoppé - although true a canal…

eatstarchmom:    Annie Kenney was the only working class woman to become part of the senior hierarchy of the WSPU. In between carrying out militant acts in the name of women’s suffrage, she liked to kick back and relax by bedding fellow suffragettes:    ‘Mary [Blathwayt] writes matter-of-fact lines such as, “Annie slept with someone else again last night.

Annie Kenney, - Suffragette who spent three days in prison for daring to ask Churchill and Sir Edward Grey if they believed women should have the right to vote. Neither man replied. MY Grandma - E Grey (Winley) was a suffragette

MANCHESTER POOR LAW AND WORKHOUSES AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS

Withington Workhouse Manchester, later to become Withington Hospital. There were a number of old people I met when I worked at the Hospital in the who were afraid to be there because they remembered the workhouse days and all that went with it.

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