International Suffrage Shop

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Performance of text Christopher St John
This had reached print bearing the date of 1911.
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After the play was banned from the public stage by the censor, a benefit performance was put on for the International Suffrage Shop . Kate Parry Frye
politics Christopher St John
Sime Seruya established the International Suffrage Shop as a feminist publisher and bookseller; it operated out of CSJ and Edith Craig 's home in Bedford Street.
Cockin, Katharine. Edith Craig (1869-1947): Dramatic Lives. Cassell, 1998.
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Publishing Charlotte Despard
This was one of the earliest publications of the International Suffrage Shop , established the same year by Sime Seruya in the London home of St John and Edith Craig . It had already appeared...

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