Henrietta Müller had at least two sisters and one brother. She was closest to her youngest sister, Eva Maria, later McLaren
, who campaigned with HM
as a social reformer and activist. Together, Eva and...
Around 1890 or 1891 it changed its name to The Woman's Herald, though it continued to be edited by Müller until she moved to India. Her sister Eva Maria McLaren
subsequently took the...
Isabella Ormston Ford
On 23 April 1892 IOF
contributed an article entitled Women and the Labour Party to a special series for the Leeds Times on Social and Political Questions by Representative English Women. Other notable contributors...
The paper ran for about two years, issuing its final number under this title on 27 December 1890 and then on 3 January 1891 reappearing as the The Woman's Herald.