“Inspirational Women”. ASHA.
|Connections Sort descending||Author name||Excerpt|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Charlotte Despard||
Her husband was a wealthy Anglo-Irish businessman and merchant trading to the Far East, with an office in London and experience abroad. Though he was only five years older than she was, and lived for...
|Family and Intimate relationships||A. S. Byatt|
|Friends, Associates||Edith Craig||
Another close though distant friend (she lived latterly in Scotland) was the male impersonator Vera (Jack) Holme , who had been an active suffragist (driving cars for the Pankhursts and Pethwick-Lawrences) and then a relief...
|Friends, Associates||Maude Royden||
Courtney and Royden served together as executive members of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS) , of which in 1911 Courtney became secretary. They also worked together as vice-chairs for the Women's International League (WIL)
Murray and Garrett Anderson had already been running a similar hospital in Paris. At Endell Street their staff, all women, treated 24,000 soldiers as in-patients and many more as out-patients before the hosptial closed at...
|Reception||Eunice Guthrie Murray|
|Textual Production||Eleanor Rathbone|
|Textual Production||Charlotte Despard|
|Textual Production||Amber Reeves|
|Textual Production||Nawal El Saadawi|
|Textual Production||Kate Parry Frye|
|Textual Production||Maude Royden||
The Women's Library holds most of MR 's papers (including a folder of correspondence with Ursula Roberts, the writer Susan Miles), while the British Library , Lambeth Palace Library , and the Bodleian Library hold some letters.
“The Papers of Agnes Maude Royden”. Archives Hub: London Metropolitan University: Women’s Library.
“Papers of Ursula Roberts”. AIM25. London Metropolitan University: Women’s Library.
Australian feminist and suffragist Vida Goldstein became the first woman in the
British Empire to run for a national parliament, standing for the Senate while two other Australian women stood for the House of Representatives...
15, 17 June 2011