Britsh suffragette Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence's release from prison, 17 April 1909. The procession in her honour of her release marched from Marble Arch to the Aldwych Theatre. Emmeline Pethick Lawrence (1864-1942) was a highly effective fund-raiser and treasurer for the suffragette movement, raising the equivalent of £3 million in five years. She was arrested four times and served over four months in prison.
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