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(WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.) Souvenir napkin for the Women's Coronation Procession of 17 June 1911.
London : 1911Souvenir tissue napkin printed by Sarah Burgess for the Women's Coronation Procession of 17 June 1911, a demonstration held on the eve of George V's coronation, organized by the WSPU and attended by approximately 40,000 people, led by Charlotte Despard and Flora Drummond on horseback. Detailing the programme of the march, an explanation of its cause,... Learn More£1,000.00
Stock Code: 137137
(RUSSIAN WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.) Golosuite za spisok #7.
[Petrograd : 1917]A remarkable survival of a flyer printed by the All-Russian League of Equal Rights for Women for their political campaign for the election to the Constituent Assembly in November 1917. The League participated in elections as its own party under the number 7.
In English the flyer text reads: ''Female Citizens and male citizens! The League of Equality... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 134554
PANKHURST, E. Sylvia. Germinal.
London : 1923Very rare complete run of Sylvia Pankhurst's strikingly illustrated revolutionary socialist journal Germinal, a short-lived publication of which just two issues were printed. Just four institutions are recorded as having complete runs (none with single issues): WorldCat lists the British Library and the Institut national d'histoire de l'Art; Library... Learn More£4,375.00
Stock Code: 137508
JONES, Samuel. A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage, with an Appendix.
Boston : 1842First and only edition of this early American treatise on suffrage, intending "to present to the public the principles on which the right of suffrage is founded, and by which the exercise of that right out to be regulated No work is now before the public, in which the subject has been fully examined and reduced to its true principles" (preface, p.... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 137463
STRACHEY, Ray. Women's Suffrage and Women's Service.
London : 1927First edition, first impression. Ray (Rachel) Strachey (1887-1940), was a feminist activist, politician and writer. During the First World War her activism shifted its focus from suffrage to the question of women's employment, leading her to organise the Women's Service, the history of which is detailed in this work. "She fought particularly for women's... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 128641
ROBINS, Elizabeth. 'Where Are You Going To...?'
London : 1913First UK edition, first impression, of Robins's popular anti-white-slavery novel, written in the wake of the controversial passage of the Criminal Law Amendment Act in 1912 and at a time when the women's suffrage movement was drawing attention to the topic of prostitution. On the first blank a facsimile reproduces the note, " - Every incident in this... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 137503