Mrs Flora Drummond, arrested in Hyde Park, London, 1914, (1935). 'General' Flora Drummond joined the suffragette campaign to obtain the vote for women, shortly after the first militant act - the ejection of Christabel Pankhurst and Annie Kenney from the Free Trade Hall in Manchester, (1905). She moved to London as a paid organiser, and was imprisoned at least four times, once serving three weeks for chaining herself to the railings of 10 Downing Street. A print from King Emperor's Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935. (Colorised black and white print).
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