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Christabel Pankhurst | Museum of London
Deeds not words - Suffragettes and Suffragists
From left: Emmeline Pankhurst with daughters Christabel and Sylvia at Waterloo station, London, 1911.
Christabel Pankhurst (right) with Annie Kenny, 1906. Catalogue reference: COPY 1/494
Christabel Pankhurst (centre) and her mother Emmeline (left) founded the Women’s Social and Political Union in Manchester, 1903.
'Unknown' entries on Home Office list of suffragettes arrested 1906-1914 (catalogue reference HO 45/24665)
Annie Kenney, (1879 - 1953) Suffragette who spent three days in prison for daring to ask Churchill and Sir Edward Grey if they believed women should have the right to vote. Neither man replied.
English suffragette Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst at work on the facia of the Women’s Social Defence League shop, London, 1912.
Christabel Pankhurst at Trafalgar Square, 1908. Photograph: Mary Evans Picture Library
Christabel Pankhurst, September 1913. She approved Richardson's plan to attack the Rokeby Venus.