Group    From 1907  To 1961

Women's Freedom League

Categories: Gender Issues

Split off from the Women's Social and Political Union where Emmeline Pankhurst held sway.
Worked for equality between men and women. Dissolved in 1961.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Women's Freedom League

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Women's Freedom League

The Women's Freedom League, founded 1907, worked for equality between men and...

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Norah Lyle-Smyth, Norah Smyth

Norah Lyle-Smyth, Norah Smyth

Painter, sculptor, photographer and suffragette. Born Norah Veronica Lyle-Smyth in Cheshire. She was befriended by Sylvia Pankhurst and accompanied her on a speaking tour around Europe. She finance...

Person, Art, Gender Issues, Photography, Politics & Administration, Sculpture, Ireland

2 memorials
Dr Annie McCall

Dr Annie McCall

One of the first women to qualify as a doctor, in 1885. Born Manchester. She studied abroad and in London. Once qualified she quickly started a clinic and school of midwifery in her own home at 165...

Person, Gender Issues, Medicine

1 memorial
Eva Gore-Booth

Eva Gore-Booth

Poet and dramatist, and a committed suffragist, social worker and labour activist. Born as Eva Selina Laura Gore-Booth in County Sligo, the younger sister of Constance Gore-Booth, who was later kn...

Person, Gender Issues, Poetry, Ireland

1 memorial
Eva Hubback

Eva Hubback

Feminist and suffragette. Born Eva Marian Spielman. In 1911 she married Francis Hubback, who was killed in WW1, leaving her with three children. 1916 - 17 director of economic studies at Newnham an...

Person, Education, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Catherine Courtauld Osler

Catherine Courtauld Osler

Catherine Courtauld Taylor was a social reformer and suffragist. President of Birmingham Women’s Suffrage Society. Born in Bridgwater to parents who supported women's suffrage. Married Alfred Osle...

Person, Gender Issues

1 memorial