Scottish women's suffrage movement, 1902-1933 - Key Data

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Metadata Key Metadata Values
Title Scottish women's suffrage movement, 1902-1933
Subject & Keywords British Social History Religion Church Workers
Description The Glasgow and West of Scotland Society for Women's Suffrage was a non-militant suffrage society. Their work continued after that of the many militant societies who ceased campaigning in 1918. With close ties to the Scottish Council for Women's Trades, these women were of a certain social class. They attracted a number of Liberal Lord Provosts and Town Councillors, as well as MPs. The Society's emphasis was upon fundraising, this usually involved flag days and whist drives. When the Society was wound-down in 1933, it was due to a lack of funds and former members would meet at the Queen Margaret Union in the University until the 1960s.
ISBN 9781851173037
Contributor(s) Mitchell Library, Glasgow
Type jpg
Source People & protest in Britain and Abroad, 1800-2000
Language Eng
Rights Text © Marjorie J Bullock; images © Microform Academic Publishers, 2014
Publisher Microform Academic Publishers
Coverage 1902-1933
Created On 15th August, 2014 - 12:44pm
Last Updated 15th August, 2014 - 12:44pm

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