The roughly repaired window of a shop that has been damaged in the window-smashing campaign. London. 1912.
Hang Parliament in 1910
Instructions to governors in prisons on the treatment of First Division and Second Division prisoners, 1912
a suffragette's cell and a normal political prisoner's cell
The Rokeby Venus, a painting by Diego Velázquez, after being hacked with a butcher's knife by a suffragette. London. 1914.
A defiant suffragette is pulled away by police. London. 1913.
Suffragettes proudly hold up a smashed window. London. 1912.
Christabel Pankhurst, daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst, holds up a banner that reads, "690 imprisonments to win freedom for women." England. 1911.
An entire division of a prison is set up to handle the massive influx of suffragette prisoners. London. 1910.
The Women's Social and Political Union plans their next move. England. 1913.
Elizabeth Elmy, called "England's oldest militant suffragist," waves to a crowd. England. 1911.
Universal manhood suffrage was introduced in Parliament instead of the Conciliation bill giving women the right to vote in 1911.