Women's Printing Society
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This was the first year that Girton was located at the village of the same name, just outside Cambridge, instead of further away at Hitchin. While enrolled there, Henrietta Müller was inspired—in part by Emily Davies
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MGF 's record of their initial trip was printed by the Women's Printing Society for private circulation as Six Weeks in Palestine, Spring 1921. The Society issued her record of their next trip as...
AW , under the pseudonym John Oland, had her first collection of poems, Songs, privately printed by the Women's Printing Society in Manchester.
The pseudonym was inspired by a trip to the...
Emma Paterson launched, as editor, the first issue of the Women's Union Journal, a monthly publication of the Women's Protective and Provident League , an organization founded by Paterson in London in July 1874...
Emma Paterson , in association with Emily Faithfull and with the help of Henrietta Müller , founded the Women's Co-operative Printing Society in London. The Society lasted until the 1950s.
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Emma Paterson , in association with Emily Faithfull , founded the cooperative Women's Printing Society in London.