Standard Name: Becker, Lydia
Birth Name: Lydia Ernestine Becker
Used Form: L. E. B.
Women's Suffrage Journal, the major organ of the suffrage movement in the 1870s and 1880s; she also contributed papers and essays to the cause through other outlets.first established herself in the mid nineteenth century as a popularizer of scientific knowledge and a proponent of women's scientific education. She is best known for her work on the
Becker, Lydia. Botany for Novices. Whittaker, 1864.
Becker, Lydia. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, a Reply to Mr. Fitzjames Stephen’s Strictures on Mr. J. S. Mill’s Subjection of Women. A. Ireland, 1874.
Becker, Lydia. The Political Disabilities of Women. A. Ireland, 1872.
Becker, Lydia. The Rights and Duties of Women in Local Government: A Paper. A. Ireland, 1879.
Becker, Lydia et al. Women’s Suffrage Collection from Manchester Central Library. Adam Matthew, 1994.
Becker, Lydia et al. Women’s Suffrage Collection from Manchester Central Library: A Listing and Guide to the Microfilm Collection. Adam Matthew, 1995.
Becker, Lydia, editor. Women’s Suffrage Journal. Trübner.