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Images Dated 27th September 2019

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Women waiting to in St Stephen's Hall, Feb 1908 Featured 27 Sep 2019 Print

Women waiting to in St Stephen's Hall, Feb 1908

Women waiting to be "fetched" in St Stephen's Hall, guarded by policemen, as a result of concerns over the actions of the Suffragettes in the House of Commons. Under the new "stringent" regulations no woman was allowed into a public lobby unless accompanied by a member of the House and all women would have to wait in the Hall until a man came to vouch for their peaceful intentions and accompany them further. The article describes a "Suffragette Scare in the House of Commons" and remarks on how "the innoccent suffer for the sins of their erring sisters".

1908

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Ely Cathedral, Ely, Cambridgeshire Featured 27 Sep 2019 Print

Ely Cathedral, Ely, Cambridgeshire

Ely Cathedral, Ely, Cambridgeshire, viewed from the south-west, with sheep in the foreground.

1870s

© The John Barrett Collection / Mary Evans

1870s, Ages, Building, Cambridgeshire, Cambs, Cathedral, Church, Ely, Field, Medieval, Middle, Sheep, South, Victorian, West

The Lady Traveller: Olive MacLeod in Africa 1911 Featured 27 Sep 2019 Print

The Lady Traveller: Olive MacLeod in Africa 1911

Olive MacLeod depicted outside her bivouac in "the heart of Africa". MacLeod was the younger daughter of the Permanent Under-Secretary for Scotland Sir Reginald MacLeod and travelled through Central Africa with Mr and Mrs Percy A. Talbot, covering 3700 miles, six months of which was spent in land never before visited by white women. Macleod undertook this expedition between August 1910 and May 1911 to visit the grave of her lover Lieutenant Boyd Alexander who was murdered by indigeounous people in French Soudan. This article came shortly after she returned home safely and also shows smaller images of Mr Talbot, a district commissioner in Southern Africa and fellow of the Zoological and Anthropological Societies, and Mrs Talbot, a botanist.

1911

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans