Kent was the Secretary to Mrs Pankhurst. She is writing for Mrs Pankhurst to say that her advice is 'if the meeting to which you refer is a peaceful one, for you to make your statement public. On the other hand, if it is of a disorderly character, she ...thinks it would be an excellent plan for you to send a letter to the Press, as she is sure they would accept on from you'.
Florence M Kent to Miss Billinghurst
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- ReferenceGB 106 9/29/56
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- Dates of Creation5 Mar 1913
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