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Suffragette Collection

"Suffragette: Empowering Felines Scratch and Fight for Equality" In this captivating image

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Cat In Hat and Flag

Suffragette Cat In Hat and Flag. A cat wears a large picture hat and a flag in WSPU colours, purple, white and green, fastened as a shawl with VFW badge

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police

Suffragette Cat Scratch and Fight Police. Cat with Votes for Women sign around its neck proclaims, I m a catty suffragette, I scratch and fight the P lice, so long as they withhold the vote

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH

Suffragette Board Game PANK-A-SQUITH
A suffragette board game called Pank-A-Squith which was first advertised in the pages of Votes for Women, October 1909. It was described as a highly artistic TABLE GAME that helps to spread

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Rally Womens Sunday Programme 1908

Suffragette Rally Womens Sunday Programme 1908. Official programme & souvenir of the Votes for Women Demonstration, 21st June 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: English suffragette, feminist newspaper, 1908

English suffragette, feminist newspaper, 1908. News seller, she is standing on the street not the pavement so as not to be arrested. The suffragettes published their own magazine / newspaper

Background imageSuffragette Collection: The Suffragette that knew Jiu-Jitsu

The Suffragette that knew Jiu-Jitsu - The Arrest. A crowd of terrified Policemen look on in trepidation at a lone suffragette, her sleeves rolled up, ready to take on all-comers

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women

Suffragette Song Anthem March of the Women. Words and music of The March of the Women composed by Ethel Smyth, dedicated to the Womens Social & Political Union, written in 1911

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Holloway Brooch

Suffragette W. S. P. U Holloway Brooch
The Holloway Brooch, designed by Sylvia Pankhurst, for presentation to W.S.P.U released prisoners. It depicts the portcullis symbol of the House of Commons with chains and broad arrows in purple

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Ju-Jitsu suffragette

Ju-Jitsu suffragette
If you want to earn some time throw a policeman! The Ju-Jitsu suffragette shows how a policeman may be tackled. Mrs Garrud, the well-known suffragette

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Suffragists on the WarPath

Suffragette Suffragists on the WarPath. Four gleeful suffragettes attack policeman lying prostrate on the ground. Captioned, Jump on him. He is only a mere man. Date: circa 1907

Background imageSuffragette Collection: VOTES FOR WOMEN, 1911. American womens suffrage poster, 1911

VOTES FOR WOMEN, 1911. American womens suffrage poster, 1911

Background imageSuffragette Collection: WOMENs RIGHTS. English poster, c1907, for Votes for Women newspaper

WOMENs RIGHTS. English poster, c1907, for Votes for Women newspaper

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Badge and Ribbon

Suffragette W. S. P. U Badge and Ribbon
A circular tin badge with green border, white centre and purple lettering - W.S.P.U Votes for Women. Attatched to the badge is a piece of purple, white and green satin ribbon. Date: circa 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Pankhurst Manchester Docks

Suffragette Pankhurst Manchester Docks. Mrs. Pankhurst stands in the dock, resplendent in picture hat and votes for women sash. A reference to the fact that the Pankhursts hailed from Manchester

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Votes for Women Meeting

Suffragette Votes for Women Meeting. Leaflet/flyer issued by the National Womens Social & Political Union, advertising a public meeting at the Music Hall, Aberdeen, March 5th 1909, Mrs

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Badge Sylvia Pankhurst

Suffragette W. S. P. U Badge Sylvia Pankhurst
Badge issued by the Womens Social & Political Union with design by Sylvia Pankhurst. This circular tin badge in purple, green and white, shows a young woman

Background imageSuffragette Collection: EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English woman-suffrage advocate. Mrs. Pankhurst arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, while trying to present a petition to King George V, 21 May 1914

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Emmeline Pankhurst

Emmeline Pankhurst a suffragette, on her way to Cannon Row after smacking Inspector Jarviss face. 1909

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Cat I Want My Vote

Suffragette Cat I Want My Vote. A suffragette cat or kitten against a background of purple, White and green (The colours of the Womens Social & Political Union) says I Want My Vote Date: circa 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Womens Social and Political Union Votes for Women Help the Suffragettes to rush

Womens Social and Political Union Votes for Women Help the Suffragettes to rush the House of Commons on Tuesday evening, 13 October 1908 at 7.30

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Vote For Shes

Suffragette Vote For Shes. An aggressive looking cat holds a sign reading, Vote For Shes, in its paw. Captioned, the suffragette Down with the Tom Cats. Date: circa 1907

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Cat in Straw Hat Votes for Women

Suffragette Cat in Straw Hat Votes for Women. Cat in a straw hat, placed at a jaunty angle, wears a large placard which reads, Votes for Women Date: circa 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Hunger Strike Medal W. S. P. U

Suffragette Hunger Strike Medal W. S. P. U
The W.S.P.U Hunger Strike medal presented to Grace Chappelow (1884-1971). This has two bars, indicating two imprisonments during which time, Grace was on hunger strike

Background imageSuffragette Collection: EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English suffragist. Oil over a photograph

EMMELINE PANKHURST (1858-1928). English suffragist. Oil over a photograph

Background imageSuffragette Collection: WOMENs SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer

WOMENs SUFFRAGE, 1915. The Awakening. American cartoon, 1915, by Henry Mayer, showing an allegorical representation of the suffrage cause striding across the western states

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Demonstration Rally Hyde Park

Suffragette Demonstration Rally Hyde Park
The Great Suffragette Demonstration held on 23rd July 1910. banners held aloft include Fortune Favours The Brave, Arise Go Forth & Conquer and the Emmeline Pankhurst banner. Date: 23rd July 1910

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Demonstration Hyde Park 1908

Suffragette Demonstration Hyde Park 1908. Advertisement for an excursion train to London from Ipswich on Sunday June 21st 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips

Suffragette Militant Arrested Mary Phillips. A woman, flanked by two policemen, with mounted officer in front, is led down a London Street

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Sylvia Pankhurst Suffragette

Sylvia Pankhurst Suffragette. Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst (1882-1960) portrait. Sylvia Pankhurst wearing a thick fur coat. Date: circa 1906

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Force-Feeding Suffragettes 1912

Force-Feeding Suffragettes 1912

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Sash Votes for Women

Suffragette W. S. P. U Sash Votes for Women
Womens Social & Political Union sash, in the colours of purple, white and green. White background with border edging of purple and green, dark green lettering

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragettes Pankhurst and Gawthorpe Rutland 1907

Suffragettes Pankhurst and Gawthorpe Rutland 1907
Christabel Pankhurst and Mary Gawthorpe in the Market Place, Uppingham, holding a meeting during the 1907 Rutland bye-election

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette W. S. P. U Ribbon Badge

Suffragette W. S. P. U Ribbon Badge
Suffragette badge in purple, white and green grosgrain ribbon, with Votes for Women woven into the middle white section. Issued by the Womens Social & Political Union

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Women WW1 Land Army

Women WW1 Land Army
A poster recruiting for the Womens Land Army, showing a land girl feeding a horse and foal. Proclaiming, National Service

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Hyde Park Demonstration 1908

Suffragette Hyde Park Demonstration 1908. Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst stands beside Mrs. Wolstenholme Elmy (1833-1918) Pioneer Suffragist then aged 75 yrs, in a Votes for Women sash

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested

Suffragette Lancashire Lass Arrested. A Lancashire lass in clogs and shawl being Escorted Through Palace Yard by two burly policemen

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison In Memoriam

Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison In Memoriam. In Memoriam leaflet produced for the memorial service for Emily Wilding Davison (1872-1913) held at St Georges Church. Bloomsbury on 14th June 1913

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suggragette Novel Outlawed Charlotte Despard

Suggragette Novel Outlawed Charlotte Despard. Outlawed A Novel on the Woman Suffrage Question, by Mrs. Despard (1844-1939) and Mabel Collins (Mrs. Keningale Cook)

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Ethel Snowden Suffragist

Ethel Snowden Suffragist. Ethel Snowden (1880-1951) portrait. Mrs. Philip Snowden, member of the N.U.W.S.S, married to Philip Snowden M.P

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Hen Pecked Husband Suffers

Suffragette Hen Pecked Husband Suffers. Poor Hen-Pecked husband cleans out the fire while wife tells him what to do. Caption reads, My Wifes joined the suffrage movement

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette House that Man Built Policeman

Suffragette House that Man Built Policeman. Policeman has a suffragette in his grip whilst another attempts to bring her umbrella down firmly on his head

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette, The House That Man Built Banner

Suffragette, The House That Man Built Banner. Pro-Suffrage Viewpoint, showing suffragettes carrying a banner. Based on an actual banner

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette Votes for Women Christmas Card

Suffragette Votes for Women Christmas Card. Tabby cat with a feather in its hat, ribbon badge and satchel, holds a Vote for Women scroll

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Mary Jane Clarke W. S. P. U

Mary Jane Clarke W. S. P. U
Mary Jane Clarke W.S.P.U. Mary Jane Clarke, (1863-1910) Younger sister of Emmeline Pankhurst. In 1909, she was organiser for the W.S.P.U, living in Brighton, a year later

Background imageSuffragette Collection: English suffragette feminist newpaper, 1908

English suffragette feminist newpaper, 1908

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette demonstration. 21st May 1906

Suffragette demonstration. 21st May 1906

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Suffragette - Womens Rights - Bloomerism

Suffragette - Womens Rights - Bloomerism
A woman wearing bloomers is stopped by a Policeman from entering a Ladies Public Toilet as she is wearing bloomers, which PC Plod views as unsuitable for a lady! Date: 1913

Background imageSuffragette Collection: Sylvia Pankhurst

Sylvia Pankhurst
SYLVIA PANKHURST artist & suffragette. Daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst & younger sister of Christabel, she was instrumental along with them in founding the WSPU



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"Suffragette: Empowering Felines Scratch and Fight for Equality" In this captivating image, a determined suffragette cat proudly wears a hat adorned with the suffragette flag, symbolizing her unwavering commitment to fighting for women's rights. The scene is reminiscent of a board game called PANK-A-SQUITH, where brave suffragettes strategize their way towards victory. Transporting us back to 1908, we glimpse an English suffragette immersed in feminist literature while reading the groundbreaking newspaper dedicated to the cause. The headline boldly declares "Suffragette Rally Women's Sunday Programme 1908, " showcasing the power of unity and collective action. An iconic poster from c1907 catches our attention next; it showcases an English woman passionately advocating for "WOMEN'S RIGHTS" through Votes for Women newspaper. This powerful visual representation serves as a rallying cry for justice and equality. The intensity escalates as we witness Suffragettes on the WarPath, fearlessly marching forward despite opposition. We are then transported to Manchester Docks where Sylvia Pankhurst herself stands tall amidst supporters, demonstrating that even in male-dominated spaces, women can make their voices heard. Two badges catch our eye – one bearing Sylvia Pankhurst's name and another representing W. S. P. U (Women's Social and Political Union). These symbols encapsulate the spirit of resilience within these courageous activists who fought tirelessly against societal norms. A striking American poster from 1911 demands our attention with its bold proclamation: VOTES FOR WOMEN. It serves as a reminder that this movement transcends borders and unites women worldwide in their pursuit of equal rights. Finally, we encounter an intriguing figure known as "The Suffragette that knew Jiu-Jitsu. " This enigmatic individual embodies strength both physically and metaphorically – using martial arts skills to defend themselves against oppression while challenging gender stereotypes along the way.