Chrystal Macmillan

Standard Name: Macmillan, Chrystal


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Occupation Maude Royden
MR served on the executive committee of the NUWSS along with suffragists Dorothea Rackham , Chrystal Macmillan , Margaret Ashton , Catherine Marshall , Ida O'Malley , Kathleen Courtney , and Isabella Ford . By...
Occupation Maude Royden
Though unable to attend, she had served on the British Committee for the Congress in April of this year. Of the 180 British women who had planned to attend, only three were able to go:...
Occupation Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence
Of all the women's organisations that EPL belonged to, she believed most strongly in the WILPF. The suffragists of this organisation, she writes, were unique in that they never swerved from their purpose of winning...
politics Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence
She and her husband probably managed to get there because they came by ship from America, not from Britain, whose authorities were blocking all sea travel. Only two other British women were permitted to attend...
politics Margaret Haig, Viscountess Rhondda
MHVR , with Chrystal Macmillan , Elizabeth Abbott , and Helen Archdale , founded the Open Door Councilto secure that a woman shall be free to work and protected as a worker on the...
Publishing Eunice Guthrie Murray
The Times published a letter from Chrystal Macmillan and EGM protesting about a leading article it had published on 29 November on the women's suffrage movement.
Macmillan, Chrystal, and Eunice Guthrie Murray. “Letters to the Editor: Woman Suffrage”. Times, p. 12.


Jessie Crystal Macmillan became the first woman (other than monarchs) to address the House of Lords .
Jessie Crystal Macmillan became the first woman (other than monarchs) to address the House of Lords .
Early August 1914
In response to the support for Britain's war effort pledged by Millicent Garrett Fawcett and other National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies Executive Committee members, several leading members of the Union resigned to form the...