Ada Flatman, British suffragette, at a demonstration she organised in Liverpool, 1909. Ada Flatman (1876-1951) is second from the right. The women in uniform are wearing replica prison clothing and prison number badges, paying tribute to the members of the suffragette movement who had been imprisoned. Ada Flatman (1876-1951) is second from the right in the photograph. She was herself an ex-prisoner, having served one month in Holloway Gaol for her presence on a deputation to the House of Commons in the autumn of 1908.
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