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Emmeline Pankhurst arrested by Superintendent Rolfe outside Buckingham Palace, London, May 1914.
Lydia Ernestine Becker (1827-1890), British advocate of female suffrage, 1870.
People walking into a polling station, London, 1964. Artist: Henry Grant
'General' Flora Drummond, 1907.
Votes for women board game, (c1910?).
Suffragettes in 'Votes for Women' sashes, c1910.
A racecourse stand wrecked by suffragettes in 1913.
The house of Mr Arthur du Cros at St Leonards, Hastings, burnt down by suffragettes,  April 1913.
A suffragette exercising in the yard at Holloway Gaol, London, c1912.
Crowds passing the Houses of Parliament en route to Women's Sunday, London, 1908.
Suffragettes advertising the Women's Social and Political Union, from a boat, June 1908.
Suffragettes determined to 'Keep the Liberal Out', 1909.
Barbara Ayrton on the bottom stair of the Votes for Women bus, October 1909.
'Press Carts' delivering Votes for Women in central London, July 1911.
Mary Phillips selling Votes for Women in London, October 1907.
Miss Kelly selling Votes for Women in central London, July 1911.
Emmeline Pankhurst, Langham Place, London, 14th January 1909.
The editorial department, Clement's Inn, The Strand, September 1911.
Ada Flatman, 1909.
Nellie Alma Martel, c1908.
Teresa Billington-Greig, c1909.
Charlotte Despard, c1909.
Annie Kenney, 1908.
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