Plaque

Women's Freedom League

Inscription

The Women's Freedom League, founded 1907, worked for equality between men and women from its headquarter on this site between 1914 and 1959.

Site: Women's Freedom League (1 memorial)

WC1, High Holborn, Holborn Tower, 137

Plaque is on a corner at the back of the building.

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Women's Freedom League

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Women's Freedom League

Split off from the Women's Social and Political Union where Emmeline Pankhurs...

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