Feel Good Group: PROCESSIONS 18

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an old newspaper with pictures of people on it
The Suffragette: 1913
The Suffragette: 1913. 'We have to free half of the human race, the women, so that they can help to free the other half' ~ Emmeline Pankhurst
an old black and white photo of a woman with two children in front of a fence
Suffragettes love this idea of printing words onto the clothing
an old black and white photo of women marching down the street with flags behind them
Woman Suffrage Picket Parade
Suffrage Picket Line ... So, Women of today, NO excuses for NOT voting !!!
a handwritten poem on a piece of paper with writing all over the entire page
Prison embroidery by Suffragettes, 1905 - 1914
Antony Smith, curator at The Priest House Museum, West Hoathly, Sussex and journalist, Barbara Miller have researched the embroidered suffragette names on a handkerchief found in a pile to be burnt after a jumble sale in the 1970s. All the signatures were from suffragette prisoners in Holloway in 1912, some were hunger strikers and some forcibly fed. The handkerchief had been overlooked for decades and then by chance its very real significance had been uncovered and realised.
some badges and other items from the women's suffrage movement
2. Amethyst: Suffragettes
Colors of purple, green, and white were emblematic of Britain's Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU). These "Suffragettes" broke away from the more conservative Suffragist organizations in 1903. By 1908, tricolor sashes and rosettes identified marchers immediately as militants. The shop at WSPU HQ sold banners, scarves, white muslin blouses and a variety of bags, belts....books, games, blotters, playing cards, and indeed almost everything that can be produced in purple, white and gree...
Photograph of Suffragette demonstrating at the Strand, written on the back: "One of the Suffragettes parading through the Strand, advertising the demonstration". Dated 1909. Stevie Nicks, Posters, Weston Park, Historical Photos, Emmeline Pankhurst
Photograph of a suffagette demonstrating at the Strand: 1909
Photograph of Suffragette demonstrating at the Strand, written on the back: "One of the Suffragettes parading through the Strand, advertising the demonstration". Dated 1909.
an illustration of various flowers and plants on a white background
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an old black and white photo of a man in uniform standing next to a woman
The black and Asian women who fought for a vote
1911 suffrage 'Coronation Procession' Five women pose with a banner, behind which the sari of a sixth is visible. Perhaps that hidden figure is Princess Sophia Duleep Singh, who it was reported intended to take part in the procession. Two of the women hold elephant insignia, emblems of India. The remainder of those photographed appear to be white British.
(Image courtesy of Kirlees Museums and Galleries)
suffrage banners – Woman and her Sphere
(Image courtesy of Kirlees Museums and Galleries)
A ticket for the first major demonstration of the Women's Social and Political Union at Hyde Park, printed in the official colors of purple, green, and white. Museums, London, Suffragette Flag
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A ticket for the first major demonstration of the Women's Social and Political Union at Hyde Park, printed in the official colors of purple, green, and white.
an old banner with the words first in the fight found by mrs pannkhurst
The rare Pankhurst Suffragette banner found in a charity shop
a photo of a purple banner with thee words First in the Fight Founded by Mrs Pankhurst 1903.
a banner with birds and flowers hanging from it's sides that says, hamersmith seeds not words
The colors of WSPU were announced early in 1908 as purple, white and green. They were no secret - hundreds of protestors would march behind banners such as this one, from the London Borough of Hammersmith, c. 1910. Courtesy the Museum of London. (link goes to an article about myths and facts with regard to suffragette tokens and jewelry)
a white piece of cloth with writing on it and many other words written in multicolored ink
Sussex Past - historical experiences and family days out in Sussex
Suffragette Handkerchief, made by women on hunger strike in Holloway prison in 1912 following their arrests as they campaigned for Votes for Women, they were 'bold for change’.
a banner with birds and flowers hanging from it's sides that says, hamersmith seeds not words
Women's Social and Political Union - Wikipedia