Isabella Ormston Ford
Standard Name: Ford, Isabella Ormston
Used Form: Isabella Ford
Isabella Ormston Ford was a dedicated labour activist, suffragette, and anti-war advocate at the turn of the nineteenth century whose writing advocates her socialist-feminist ideals. She wrote newspaper articles, pamphlets, short stories, and novels, all in the service of her ideas for social reform, and continually underlined the importance of keeping the labour movement and women's movement together. She also lectured widely on behalf of the causes near to her heart throughout Britain and occasionally in Europe. For several years she regularly contributed to the Labour Leader and the Yorkshire Factory Times, and maintained a column in the socialist Leeds Forward. She sat on the executive committee for several key national organizations in these movements: the of the , the , and the .
Ford, Isabella Ormston. “Factory Legislation for Women”. Yorkshire Factory Times.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. Industrial Women and How to Help Them. Humanitarian League, 1901.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. Miss Blake of Monkshalton. John Murray, 1890.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. Mr. Elliott. Edward Arnold, 1901.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. On the Threshold. Edward Arnold, 1895.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. Women and Socialism. The Independent Labour Party, 1904.
Ford, Isabella Ormston. Women’s Wages. William Reeves, 1893.