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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitleUDC Pamphlet Collection: Suffrage Pamphlets, classmark 396-11
Ref NoPC/06/396-11/31
Box Fetch NoUDC Box 388
LevelFile
Date1911-1966
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.
DescriptionAnon; A Brief Review of the Women's Suffrage Movement Since Its Beginning in 1832 (Apr 1911); London: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1911; 11p
Anon; A Brief Review of the Women's Suffrage Movement Since Its Beginning in 1832 (Sep 1913); London: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1913; 16p
Grant, John Cameron; Woman Suffrage: Its Historical and Constitutional Aspect; London: Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Association, n.d.; 12p
Phillips, Mary; The Militant Suffrage Campaign in Perspective. Foreword by The Right Hon. Lord Pethick-Lawrence; London: The Suffragette Fellowship, 1957; 15p
Russell, Alys; The Women's March of 1913; Typescript for a radio broadcast, 1949; 9p
Fawcett, Millicent Garrett; What the Vote Has Done; London: National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship, 1925; 6p
Grange, N; [Article on the suffrage campaign for 'Public Relations' - quarterly journal of the Institute of Public Relations. No title]; Typescript, 1958; 9p
National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies ; Royal Albert Hall. Friday, 23 Feb 1912, Programme.; London: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1912; 4p
Nevinson, Margaret Wynne; Five Years' Struggle for Freedom. A History of the Suffrage Movement from 1908 to 1912; London: Women's Freedom League, 1912; 16p
Ramelson, Marian; The Birth of a Movement. Early Days of the Women's Emancipation Movement; London: ??, n.d.; 9p
Kamm, Josephine; The Exciting Story of Women and the Vote; Typescript, 1966; 5p
Ray, P Orman; The World-Wide Woman Suffrage Movement; London: Society of Comparative Legislation, n.d.; 20p
Anon; YHB Photographic Exhibit; London: ??, n.d.; 16p
Prelooker, Jaakoff; More Light on the Woman Question. A Record of the First Congress of the Men's International Alliance for Women's Suffrage held in London, 23-29 Oct 1912. Compiled from 'The Anglo-Russian' and 'The Men's League's Monthly Record' by Jaakoff Prelooker, Editor of 'The Anglo-Russian'; London: Men's League for Women's Suffrage, c.1912; 44p
Chadwick, Marion, The Imperial Aspect of Woman Suffrage, nd. 1p.
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