Marion Wallace Dunlop

Standard Name: Dunlop, Marion Wallace

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5 July 1909
Marion Wallace Dunlop started the first suffrage hunger-strike after being arrested for stencilling graffitti on the wall of St Stephen's Hall in the House of Commons; she was released after four days.
23 July 1910
A march in London was held in support of the Conciliation Bill; originally proposed by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies , it was eventually taken over by the Women's Social and Political Union .
17 June 1911
The Women's Coronation Procession was attended by 40,000 women from at least twenty-eight women's suffrage organisations, including both the Women's Social and Political Union and the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies .