Katharine Marjory Stewart-Murray, Duchess of Atholl

Standard Name: Atholl, Katharine Marjory Stewart-Murray,,, Duchess of

Connections

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Intertextuality and Influence Eleanor Rathbone
This work was an extension of a declaration released by the press on 31 January 1937. In that declaration, signatories including the Duchess of Atholl , Winston Churchill , David Lloyd George , Robert Cecil
politics Eleanor Rathbone
ER , with Josiah Wedgwood and the Duchess of Atholl , founded the Committee for the Protection of Coloured Women in the Crown Colonies , a non-partisan group concerned with African women's welfare.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Alberti, Johanna. Eleanor Rathbone. Sage Press, 1996.
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Stobaugh, Beverly. Women and Parliament, 1918-1970. Exposition Press, 1978.
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politics Eleanor Rathbone
ER responded to the Spanish Civil War by serving as a Vice-Chair of the All-Party Committee for Spanish Relief , which was headed by her colleague the Duchess of Atholl .
Stobaugh, Beverly. Women and Parliament, 1918-1970. Exposition Press, 1978.
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politics Eleanor Rathbone
The Basque Children's Committee , established by ER and the Duchess of Atholl , brought about four thousand children from Bilbao to a safe camp near Southampton.
Stobaugh, Beverly. Women and Parliament, 1918-1970. Exposition Press, 1978.
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Travel Eleanor Rathbone
ER and the Duchess of Atholl spent three weeks in Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Yugoslavia, working to raise awareness of and to generate support for these nations' efforts against fascist aggression.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Stobaugh, Beverly. Women and Parliament, 1918-1970. Exposition Press, 1978.
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Travel Eleanor Rathbone
ER travelled to Spain with her colleagues Ellen Wilkinson , Dame Rachel Crowdy , and the Duchess of Atholl for ten days as observers in the Republican-dominated cities of Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia.
Stobaugh, Beverly. Women and Parliament, 1918-1970. Exposition Press, 1978.
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Timeline

21 July 1908
1 December 1919
Nancy, Lady Astor (Conservative and Unionist Party ), became the first woman Member of Parliament to sit in the House of Commons .
December 1929
The Duchess of Atholl spoke in the House of Commons on the issue of female circumcision or genital mutilation among the Kikuyu people of Kenya.
1 April 1936
Eight of the nine women Members of Parliament in the House supported Ellen Wilkinson 's amendment seeking to provide equal pay for women in the civil service.