Humanitarian League

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Occupation Isabella Ormston Ford
In 1896, IOF became a member of the central council of the Women's Trade Union League and the executive committee of the Humanitarian League . After 1900, however, she no longer put her energy towards...
Occupation Isabella Ormston Ford
IOF 's interests were wide-ranging. In addition to her earnest work for social reform, she also was a member of the Leeds Art Club (founded by A. R. Orage ) and the Humanitarian League ...
Textual Production Florence Dixie
FD published for the Humanitarian League a pamphlet entitled The Horrors of Sport.
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Florence Dixie
A revised edition of this came out in 1905. After this pamphlet FD issued no further titles for almost a decade, until in 1901 she published The Mercilessness of Sport, 1901 (again through the...
Textual Production Isabella Ormston Ford
IOF 's pamphlet on the inequitable pay of women, Women's Wages, was published by the Humanitarian League .
Spartacus Educational.
Hannam, June. Isabella Ford. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
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Textual Production Isabella Ormston Ford
IOF 's Industrial Women and How to Help Them, a pamphlet detailing the problems facing female textile workers, was published by the Humanitarian League .
Dated from the Bodleian Library acquisition stamp.
Spartacus Educational.
Hannam, June. Isabella Ford. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
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Textual Production Isabella Ormston Ford
IOF gave her first public speech when she decided to support striking female weavers in Leeds in October 1888. Despite her nervousness—she sometimes characterized herself as terrified by the faces gazing at me
Hannam, June. Isabella Ford. Basil Blackwell, 1989.
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