Miss Kelly, a suffragette, selling Votes for Women, July 1911. She is standing in the road so she cannot be arrested for obstruction. First published in 1907, Votes for Women was the newspaper of the Women's Social and Political Union (WPSU), the militant organisation in the vanguard of the campaign to secure women's suffrage in Britain.
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