Beckman, Linda Hunt. Amy Levy: Her Life and Letters. Ohio University Press, 2000.
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|Occupation||Isabella Ormston Ford|
In May 1889, dissatisfied with the moderate measures taken by the Women's Protective and Provident League , CB resigned, convinced . . . that a more radical, socialist approach to women's trade unionism was needed.
Nicholls, C. S., editor. The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons. Oxford University Press, 1993.
Glage, Liselotte. Clementina Black: A Study in Social History and Literature. Carl Winter, 1981.
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|Textual Production||Isabella Ormston Ford||
IOF gave her first public speech when she decided to support striking female weavers in Leeds in October 1888. Despite her nervousness—she sometimes characterized herself as terrified by the faces gazing at me
Hannam, June. Isabella Ford. Basil Blackwell, 1989.