Scottish women's suffrage movement, 1902-1933

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3 volumes in Scottish women's suffrage movement, 1902-1933

Executive Committee Minute Books, 1902 - 1933

The primary concern of these minutes is upon getting equal voting rights for women. These records enable the reader to trace the development of the campaign, from getting electoral candidates to pledge to support suffrage, through the battle to get the Parliamentary debate scheduled before the end of the Parliament,...

  • Contributor:  Mitchell Library, Glasgow
  • Reference:  73037A
  • Keyword:  politics british women history suffrage protest scottish workers co-operative

Association for Womens Suffrage Letter Books, 1913 - 1918

These letter books mention some of the key concerns of their time, including a fledgling Independent Labour Party lobbying Prime Minister Herbert Asquith, conditions in hospitals, and running cheer-up clubs for soldiers' wives.

  • Contributor:  Mitchell Library, Glasgow
  • Reference:  73037B
  • Keyword:  politics british women history suffrage protest scottish workers

Miscellaneous Reports with Some Publications, 1914 - 1933

The range of issues covered by these papers includes, but is not limited to: the 'Illegitimate Children (Scotland) Bill', a proposed 'Enquiry into Sterilisation of Mental Defectives', the recruitment and selection of female candidates, supporting the Voluntary Labour Exchange, fundraising for local hospitals, the place of women's ministry in the...

  • Contributor:  Mitchell Library, Glasgow
  • Reference:  73037C
  • Keyword:  politics british women history suffrage protest scottish workers co-operative
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