Stock Photo - A parasol parade selling The Suffragette newspaper, Brighton, Sussex, April 1914. From left to right: Miss Reid, Mrs Goodier, Miss Gye, Mrs Brandon, Miss Rae, Mrs Bouvier ...
. Brighton and Hove was one of the first Women's Social and Political Union branches, founded in May 1907. By June 1908 they had a banner 'beautifully designed and embroidered by members with the arms of Brighton'. Parasol parades were a regular feature of the union's sales drives to increase its newspaper circulation in the summer months. Umbrellas were used in the rainy season.
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