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English suffragette, feminist newspaper, 1908 Featured August Print

English suffragette, feminist newspaper, 1908

English suffragette, feminist newspaper, 1908. News seller, she is standing on the street not the pavement so as not to be arrested. The suffragettes published their own magazine / newspaper. This image is quite early on in the movement. Votes for Women was the slogan. 1900s

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Five-year-old Denise Holmes and her sister Nicola, two, now have a windmill at Featured August Print

Five-year-old Denise Holmes and her sister Nicola, two, now have a windmill at

Five-year-old Denise Holmes and her sister Nicola, two, now have a windmill at the bottom of their garden at Littlehampton, Sussex. It was made as a play house for them by their father, carpenter Victor Holmes, who used wood from an old fence that had to be taken down. The girls are now waiting for their father to make some furniture, scaled to match the eight-foot-high mill.
20th April 1959

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Ex paratrooper Donald Cook, 38 year old aircraft inspector and secretary of the St Featured August Print

Ex paratrooper Donald Cook, 38 year old aircraft inspector and secretary of the St

Ex paratrooper Donald Cook, 38 year old aircraft inspector and secretary of the St. Pancras United Tenants Association, talks to his 36 year old wife Edith through a barricade of barbed wire and two upturned old pianos at their top floor flat at Kennistoun House, a block of St. Pancras Council flats in Leighton Road, Kentish Town, London. An eviction notice served on Mr. Cook expires at midnight and he says he is prepared if necessary for a three year siege. A rocket will be fired as a signal that the bailiffs have arrived Mr. Cook, father of four children, said that he owes about ?56 in rent on his two-bedroomed foat, which originally cost him 28s. a week. There was a 10s. increase in January and another of 12s. 6d. last month. He and other tenants had been told they could expect another next January, and by then the rent would be 56s. He had refused to pay. - Photo taken 28th August 1960.
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