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Mary Leigh (left) and Edith New (right) on their release from Holloway Gaol on 22nd August 1908. Smiling, they greet the crowds that have gathered to celebrate...
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English suffragettes Edith New and Mary Leigh being carried triumphantly through London streets after being released from Holloway Prison, 22 August 1908
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Scottish suffragettes welcoming Mary Phillips (standing third from left) on her release from Holloway Gaol, 23rd August 1908
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Emmeline & Christabel Pankhurst released from Holloway Gaol, London, 22 December 1908. Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughter Christabel
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English suffragettes Edith New and Mary Leigh being carried triumphantly through London streets after being released from Holloway Prison
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. A group of suffragette prisoners leave Holloway Prison on 31st July 1908, smiling and waving
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The scene on a Saturday in late November 1908, outside an inn, Chelmsford, Essex. The W.S.P.U organised a colourful demonstration ahead of the forthcoming...
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Mrs. Pethick Lawrence waves to her supporters on her release from Holloway, 17th April 1909
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Prisoners released from Holloway in a procession of W.S.P.U Horse-drawn carts through London streets probably on 31st July...
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Released Suffragette prisoners Maud Joachim, Elsie Howey, Vera Wentworth and Florence Haig travel from Holloway Prison
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15 suffragettes, jailed for six weeks for disturbing the peace of Parliament Square, are released from Holloway Prison at 6am and greeted by hundreds of...
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The 'Holloway' Brooch, designed by Sylvia Pankhurst, for presentation to W.S.P.U released prisoners. It depicts the portcullis symbol of the House of Commons...
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Suffragette prisoners Edith New and Mary Leigh. Pulled along in an open carriage by W.S.P
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Suffragette prisoners Edith New and Mary Leigh in an open carriage are pulled by a 'team' of W.S.P
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Outside Holloway Prison, 31st July 1908 as 15 suffragettes are released, including Jessie Kenney and Mary Clarke
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Two suffragettes celebrating their release from Holloway Prison, London, on 22 August 1908. Mary Leigh (left) (1885-c1978) and Edith New (1877-?) were both...
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Suffragettes Released from Prison. Shows a 'Welcome breakfast' and reception for suffragette prisoners released from Holloway
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Suffragettes Released Emmeline & Christabel Pankhurst. Mrs. Pankhurst and Christabel released from Holloway Prison, 22nd december 1908
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Suffragettes celebrate the release of Edith New and Mary Leigh from Holloway
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