Mary MacArthur

Standard Name: MacArthur, Mary

Connections

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Friends, Associates Mary Gawthorpe
During her time with the WSPU, MG worked with Christabel Pankhurst (who was twenty-four when Gawthorpe first met her, before she had yet met Isabella Ford ), whom, like Ethel Snowden , she knew from...
Textual Production Mary Agnes Hamilton
Mary Agnes Hamilton issued another political life, Mary Macarthur : A Biographical Sketch.
Charques, Richard Denis. “Mary Macarthur”. Times Literary Supplement, No. 1251, p. 6.
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Textual Production Mary Agnes Hamilton
Her subject, Mary Reid MacArthur , 1880-1921 (wife of the trade unionist Will Anderson , who died only two years before her), had done sterling work in the campaigns to end sweated labour and to...

Timeline

1906
Mary MacArthur founded the National Federation of Women Workers in England and Scotland.
2 May 1906
Prince Henry of Battenburg opened the Sweated Industries Exhibition, organized by Mary MacArthur at Queen's Hall, London.
September 1907
Mary MacArthur edited the first monthly issue of The Woman Worker, a socialist feminist magazine from the National Federation of Women Workers .
26 January 1910
The Woman Worker, the journal of the National Federation of Women Workers , ended publication in London.
20 August 1914
The Central Committee on Women's Employment was established to help find war-related jobs for unemployed women. Mary MacArthur of the National Federation of Women Workers was its honorary secretary.