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The NUWSS Procession: 13th June 1908

Christina Broom

The NUWSS Procession: 13th June 1908
3 0 c m
actual image size: 31cm x 22cm

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Suffragists prepare to take part in the NUWSS Procession, 13 June 1908. This demonstration, organised by the constitutional National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, was intended to convince the new Liberal Prime Minister Asquith that there was mass support in the country for female suffrage. The event was attended by thousands of women from all corners of the UK who arrived in London on specially chartered trains. The 'glorious spectacle' enhanced by the gowns of doctors and graduates and 'nearly a thousand beautiful banners and bannerettes, each different, each wrought in gorgeous colour and rich materials' attracted much public, press and photographic interest.

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1908 AD - 1908 AD
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