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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleUDC Pamphlet Collection: Suffrage Pamphlets, classmark 396-11
Ref NoPC/06/396-11/06
Box Fetch NoUDC Box 346
LevelFile
Date1895-1913
Extent1 box
Custodial HistoryIn Jul 2010 a volunteer project to survey list the remaining uncatalogued pamphlets began. These survey lists are in the Archive and Museum Catalogue, listing Author (MARC 100 1); Title (MARC 245); Publisher (MARC 260); Number of pages (MARC 300). Arranged by UDC Classmark and box number. This collection is awaiting funding for cataloguing as part of the Printed Collections catalogue, to be merged with the rest of the Pamphlet Collection.
DescriptionHarvey, Edmund ; Women's Emancipation Union. The Position of Irishwomen in Local Administration; London: Women's Emancipation Union, 1896; 3p
Women's Local Government Society; Registration in England and Wales. Women Occupiers and Their Votes; London: Women's Local Government Society, 1899; 1p
Women's Local Government Society; Registration in England and Wales. Women Occupiers and Their Votes; London: Women's Local Government Society, 1913; 1p
Elmy, Elizabeth Wolstenholme; The Right of Married Women to Vote at Municipal Elections; London: Society for the Return of Women to all Local Governing Bodies, n.d.; 2p
Kilgour, Mary Stewart; 'Unto Everyone That Hath'. A Plea for Justice; London: Central National Society for Women's Suffrage, 1895; 2p
Women's Local Government Society; The Women's Local Government Society on the Franchise and Registration Bill, 1912; London: Women's Local Government Society, 1912; 1p
Women's Local Government Society; The Women's Local Government Society for the United Kingdom. Women and the Local Government Franchise; London: Women's Local Government Society, 1913; 1p
Morgan, Gwenllian E F; Extracts (Reprinted by Permission) from The Duties of Citizenship: The Proper Understanding and Use of the Municipal and Other Franchises for Women. A Paper read at the Annual Conference of the National Union of Women Workers, Manchester, 27 Oct 1896 by Miss Morgan, of Brecon, PLG, TC Brecon (since 1907), Mayor of Brecon (1911-1912); London: Women's Local Government Society, c.1913; 4p
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