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Choose from 167 pictures in our Wspu collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Suffragette W.S.P.U Sash Votes for Women Featured Print

Suffragette W.S.P.U Sash Votes for Women

Women's Social & Political Union sash, in the colours of purple, white and green. White background with border edging of purple and green, dark green lettering. The sash is made in a heavy woven cotton material, has a hook fastening, and measures 55cm long (each side) and 10cm wide. A trifle faded. The sash was first seen at the Women's Sunday Demonstration, 21st June 1908. Date: circa 1908

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette Hunger Strike Medal W.S.P.U Featured Print

Suffragette Hunger Strike Medal W.S.P.U

The W.S.P.U Hunger Strike medal presented to Maud Joachim. The first medals were given in August 1909. They comprised a silver pin bar with the words For Valour, a ribbon in the colours and either a silver or striped enamel bar, followed by a silver circle, with the words Hunger Strike on one side and the recipients name on the other. Miss. Joachim's badge has a silver and an enamel bar which denotes she was not forcibly fed during her first hunger strike, but was on another occasion. The date on the bar is October 19th 1909. Maud Joachim (1869-1947) was arrested in October 1909 in Dundee for interrupting a meeting addressed by Winston Churchill. She was given ten days along with others including Adela Pankhurst and all began hunger strikes. The medal is contained in its original purple box with a green velvet lining. Inside, the white silk box lid has an inscription in gold Presented to (name) by the Women's Social and Political Union in recognition of a gallant action whereby through endurance to the last extremity of hunger and hardship, a great principle of political justice was vindicated. Date: 1909

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragettes Demonstrating Chelmsford 1908 Featured Print

Suffragettes Demonstrating Chelmsford 1908

The scene on a Saturday in late November 1908, outside an inn, Chelmsford, Essex. The W.S.P.U organised a colourful demonstration ahead of the forthcoming by-election. Eleven ex-prisoners (some released from Holloway earlier that morning) stand alongside Mrs Flora Drummond. Banners and flags decorate the Electro bus that brought the demonstrators from London. The members of the mid-Essex prize band who provided valuable musical support stand on the top deck. Captured by Local photographer Fred Spalding. Date: 1908

© The March of the Women Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library