May Abraham

Standard Name: Abraham, May


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May Abraham , Clara Collet , Eliza Orme , and Margaret Irwin were appointed as Assistant Commissioners to the Royal Commission on Labour.
Spring 1893
Home Secretary Lord Asquith appointed May Abraham and Mary Paterson as the first women factory inspectors.
The Dangerous Trades Committee was established, with Member of Parliament Harold Tennant as Chair. It included one of the first women inspectors, May Abraham .
17 January 1917
A Women's Service demonstration was held in the Albert Hall to appeal to women to engage in war work, and to display their determination to go on doing all that was needed.
Fraser, Helen. Women and War Work. G. A. Shaw, 1918.


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