Dame Christabel Pankhurst  By unknown photographer  Bromide print, mid 1900s

Christabel Pankhurst, English suffragette leader and daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst. Emmeline was the founder of the women's Social and Political Union of the United Kingdom in the mid to late

Christabel Pankhurst, (daughter of Emmeline Pankhurst), a radical British suffragette in Great Britain.

Suffragette Christabel Pankhurst in a polling booth circa In 1918 parliament granted the vote to women over 30 who were householders, the wives of householders, occupiers of property with an annual rent of and graduates of British universities

The Suffragette Weekly. Edited by Christabel Pankhurst

Les suffragettes

"Suffragette" magazine of the Women's Social and Political Union (UK) using the traditional colours of purple, green and white.

Christabel Pankhurst at The Women's Exhibition: 1909, Christina Broom

Suffragette Christabel Pankhurst, the co-founder and leader of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), photographed inside The Women'.

Christabel Pankhurst by Ethel Wright, first exhibited in 1909. It was bought by another suffragette, Una Dugdale Duval. Photograph: National Portrait Gallery London

Portrait of an angry lady: suffragette Christabel Pankhurst goes on display

Christabel Pankhurst by Ethel Wright, first exhibited in 1909. It was bought by another suffragette, Una Dugdale Duval. Photograph: National Portrait Gallery London

Have a look around the places that made Mrs Pankhurst the icon of the campaign for votes for women, and find out about the people who influenced her political outlook

Suffragette city: take a tour of 10 Manchester places that made Emmeline Pankhurst a political pioneer

Have a look around the places that made Mrs Pankhurst the icon of the campaign for votes for women, and find out about the people who influenced her political outlook

© National Portrait Gallery, London by Ethel Wright product-description-split Extra small 102mm x 153mm Small 297mm x 210mm  Medium 483mm x 329mm Large 615mm x

© National Portrait Gallery, London by Ethel Wright product-description-split Extra small 102mm x 153mm Small 297mm x 210mm Medium 483mm x 329mm Large 615mm x

Christabel Pankhurst, circa 1900

Christabel Pankhurst, From the Radical Pro-Suffrage Family

Biography and photos of Christabel Pankhurst, British feminist leader who was known for her role in the more radical wing of the suffrage movement.

UK, 1908: Christabel Pankhurst and her mother, Emmeline, met by supporters and friends as they are released from prison. | Feminist Photos From Around The World: Then And Now

UK, 1908: Christabel Pankhurst and her mother, Emmeline, met by supporters and friends after their release from prison.

English suffragettes Emmeline Pankhurst (center) and her daughter Christabel Harriette (third from left) are cheered by supporters after their release from prison in 1908

In 2011, a plaque was commemorated to honour the famous suffragette Adela Pankhurst who lived and worked at 45 Marlborough Road from 1909 - 1910. Description from localsuffragettes.wikispaces.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Selling the Suffragette and Advertising Christabel Pankhurst's Book

Christabel Pankhurst: A Biography - Women's and Gender History, June Purvis

Christabel Pankhurst: A Biography - Women's and Gender History, June Purvis

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