Women's Liberal Association


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Cultural formation Josephine Butler
She maintained a membership in the Women's Liberal Association throughout the 1880s and 1890s.
Caine, Barbara. Victorian Feminists. Oxford University Press.
Family and Intimate relationships Kate Parry Frye
KPF 's mother was born Jane Kezia Crosbie (known as Jenny), the daughter of a Scottish grocer. She was an efficient and popular hostess, and engaged actively with women's politics, serving as the president of...
politics Emily Faithfull
On joining, EF was appointed Vice-president. Criticised by female Liberal party supporters for backing the Conservative platform, she responded by noting that the Primrose Dames and the Women's Liberal Association had similar objectives of promoting...
politics Kate Parry Frye
The Frye family was actively political throughout KPF 's formative years, mostly on behalf of the Liberal Party : her mother expected Kate to attend the North Kensington Women's Liberal Association meetings hosted in the...
politics Kate Parry Frye
She found the occasion amusing and exhilarating; she rushed around and flirted with men; but she continued her account: But I am in earnest. I really do feel a great belief in the need of...
politics Edna Lyall
EL was a supporter of women's suffrage. She was a vice-president of the Women's Liberal Association of Eastbourne. At her class for women shop assistants they read, sang, and discussed political and social issues...
politics Constance Naden
She was a Liberal (who canvassed for the Gladstone supporter George Granville Leveson-Gower when he stood—unsuccessfully—for East Marylebone in 1889), a supporter of Irish Home Rule, a member of the Somerville Club for women, and...
Textual Production Henrietta Müller
Henrietta Müller delivered the annual address to the BristolWomen's Liberal Association .
Bristol Mercury.
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1880s: Many local Women's Liberal Associations ...

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Many local Women's Liberal Association s formed.


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