Surveillance photograph of Frieda Graham: 1914
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30cm
actual image size: 22cm x 32cm

Surveillance photograph of Frieda Graham: 1914

© Museum of London

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A surveillance photograph of the suffragette prisoner Frieda Graham. The Home Office commissioned the undercover photography of militant suffragettes from 1913. This surveillance photo of the suffragette prisoner Frieda Graham was taken as she exercised in the yard of Holloway Gaol. Such photos were used to identify militant suffragettes attempting to enter public buildings such as museums or art galleries.
Frieda was imprisoned several times for militant activity. In May 1914 she received a six-month sentence for damaging five paintings at the National Gallery, but was released on 5 June after hunger striking and being force-fed.
 

Date

1914 AD - 1914 AD
 

Image Number

007292
 

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