National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies leaflets to 1914

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Title
National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies leaflets to 1914
Authors
National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
Description
Leaflets date from 1907 to 1914. 1 looseleaf v. (108 leaflets and flyers). Includes: What does this tree mean? National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1912; Australian Senate on women's suffrage; Why midwives and nurses need votes; Votes for women - the Conciliation Bill explained; The Conciliation Bill of women's suffrage; Mr. Asquith's pledge for the Conciliation Bill; What working people say about the Conciliation Bill; All or some or some or none? Votes for women householders; Wrecking Amendments; Women Municipal electors and the Parliamentary vote; Manifesto issued by the Executive Committee; Appeal to suffragists; Women's suffrage this session; women's suffrage and the Referendum; Constitutional suffragists and the militants; How the Reform Bill of 1832 was won; The new development in the policy of the NUWSS; The vital claim - an appeal to Liberal women; The Reform Bill and women's suffrage; The best friends of women's suffrage.
Date
1907
Subject
Women--Suffrage; Women's rights
Reference
Library Catalogue:99146993310302021

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