Alice Hawkins the Suffragette
Tells the story of Alice Hawkins, a leader of the suffragette movement in Leicester who was imprisoned five times. Includes personal memorabilia and original documents, preserved by her grandchildren.
Offers extensive historical and background information on the Chartist movement and its people, including FAQ and research advice for genealogists.
Demonstration of Suffragettes
This was one of the earliest mass marches organised by the suffrage movement, and up to 15000 women marched from the Embankment to the Albert Hall.
The personal papers of two suffragette sisters, Annie Kenney and Jessie Kenney, major figures in the WSPU.
Power, Politics and Protest
An online exhibition featuring original papers, letters, photos, maps and other material from the National Archives on the topic of the growth of political rights in the UK in the 19th century.
Suffragette Fellowship Collection
Comprises books, pamphlets, periodicals, printed ephemera (leaflets, posters, tickets etc), photographs, press cuttings, personal papers, textiles ( including banners) and objects recording the campaign for women's enfranchisement.
A comprehensive information resource, with a biography, details of her campaigns, modern perspectives, events and news, and contacts.
Sylvia Pankhurst Memorial Committee
Works to have a commemorative statue raised in memory of the campaigner for women's suffrage; describes the project, with a biography, resources, and details of their annual lecture.
UK Parliament: Vote 100
Contains details of activities at the Houses of Parliament during 2018 which celebrate the centenary of the law allowing some women to vote for the first time. Includes videos and timelines.
UK Vote 100
Offers a selection of articles about women's suffrage and the centenary of the Representation of the People Act.
The Women's Hall
The Women’s Hall at Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives is the first major exhibition about the East London Federation of the Suffragettes (ELFS).