Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Coll-27 (MS 2482)
Scope and Contents Letter in English from Caroline Louise Lorimer to "Netty" on the subject of Janet Alice Chalmers's holiday and the suffragette movement dated 9 October 1887.
Dates: 9 October 1887
Scope and Contents This letter from Christabel Pankhurst to Mrs. Morrow [Hove], written 23 November 1913, from 11 avenue de la Grande Armee, Paris, discusses fund raising efforts and the appalling condition suffered by imprisoned suffragettes: 'This collection gives to all WSPU members and friends an opportunity to make a united demonstration of the kind which will impress the Government and the public and will prove the utter futility of torture [...] The prisoners are doing their part. It is for the rest of us...
Content Description These two scrapboosk were compiled by Margaret Jane Campbell Hunter (a.k.a. Mrs Burnley-Campbell of Ormidale (1857-1938)) and her daughter Daisy Helen Burnley-Campbell (later Warrand (1891-1973)). Dealing with both public and private life, they contain a substantial quantity of material relating to Margaret’s participation in the Gaelic movement, including events devoted to Gaelic language, Highland culture, games and music. They also record her involvement in the suffragette movement,...
Scope and Contents Photograph from the Daily Mirror, 4 June 1919, of the suffragette, Emily Davison knocked down by George V's horse, Anmer during the Epsom Derby, Tattenham Course.