Articles and press cuttings

Scope and Content

Comprises the following items:

* Acland, Eleanor. 'Prospects of a Government Suffrage Measure', 'The Englishwoman' 55 (1913): 1-9

* Cox, Vera. 'Parliamentary History of the Women's Suffrage Movement, 1832-1914' [article torn out from source]

* Loose pages from a magazine: 'A Potted History of the British Woman Suffrage Movement', c.1914

* Articles by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lloyd George, entitled 'Votes for Women and Organised Lunacy', and by Sydney Brooks entitled 'Progress of the Movement' [incomplete], c.1914

* Two press cuttings of letters, to 'The Times', 15 and 22 Nov c.1917:

'Woman Suffrage: a Plea for Mature Consideration', signed by prominent anti-suffragists; 'Woman Suffrage', a reply signed by suffragists.

* Press cutting: 'Mr Lloyd George's Speech', c.1917

* Press cutting announcing the formation of the Liberal Women's Suffrage Union, 22 Nov 1913

* Press cutting announcing the formation of the Suffrage Service League of Workers for Women's Suffrage, announcing Mrs Pankhurst's release from prison and noting that bottles wrapped in suffragist literature, containing corrosive acid, had been placed in pillar boxes in Dublin, 18 Dec 1913

* Two press cuttings describing the visit of a deputation from the East London Federation of Suffragists to 10 Downing Street, dated 21 & 22 Jun 1914

* Special Conference issue of 'The Liberal Searchlight', Feb 1922