A collection of newspaper cuttings relating to the suffrage campaigns complied by Mrs Amelia Millward [and pasted into a scrapbook by her son Alex Sydney.] Also includes a souvenir programme of the unveiling of the statue of Mrs Pankhurst in March 1930.
'Votes for Women: A Picturebook of the Campaign during recent years compiled principally from newspaper photography by Alex Sydney Millward'
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Mrs Amelia (or Lilla) Millward was born at Andover in 1870 and died at Wellingborough in 1958. She was an active suffragist in Southampton and later in Teddington as a member of the Teddington branch of the National Women Citizens' Association. Alex Sydney Millward was her son.
This collection is available for consultation. Intending readers are advised to contact The Women's Library in advance of their first visit.
Description prepared by Jennifer Haynes.