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Feminism And the Periodical Press, 1900-1918

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Summary

This collection comprises periodical articles organized around some of the central themes of political thought and utopian thinking, and offers a comprehensive sourcebook of readings on the Edwardian/Progressive Era feminist thought. The volumes explore the interventions of the radical public intellectuals working in these traditions in North America and the UK from 1900-1918 and include articles and extracts from the following journals: *Votes for Women *Common Cause *The Vote *The Freewoman

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Appendix
Part 1. The Modern Woman, Feminism and Femininity
Editorial: Woman's Place', The Woman's Era, September 1894, p. 8.
`Is the So-called ``New Woman'' a Modern Prodigy?', Shafts, January 1896, pp. 146--147.
Emily Burton, `The New Woman: Ideal and Real', Woman's Signal, 30 April 1896, pp. 276--277.
Hortense Wood, `Feminine', Woman's Signal, 1 July 1897, pp. 6--7.
H.B.B., `The Rapidity of Social Changes', The Woman's Journal, 21 July 1900, p. 228
`The New Century', Woman's Exponent, 1 December 1900, p. 52.
H.B.B., `A Nineteenth Century Valedictory', The Woman's Journal, 29 December 1900, p. 412
Teresa Billington-Greig, `The Rebellion of Women', The Contemporary Review, July 1908, pp. 1--10.
Mary Ritter Beard, `The Twentieth Century Woman', `The Nineteenth Century Woman', Young Oxford, December 1900, January 1901, pp. 101--104, pp. 119--122.
M.A. Biggs, `Fifty Years Old', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 October 1908, pp. 217--221.
Laurence Housman, `What is Womanly', Votes for Women, 31 December 1908, p. 229.
`The Incalculable Female', The Common Cause, 29 April 1909, pp. 35--36.
`Our Point of View: An Anti-Suffragist Philosopher'. The Common Cause, 15 July 1909, pp. 175--176.
S. Gertrude Ford, `The Woman of the New Age', The Vote, 4 November 1909, p. 17.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `The Humanness of Women', Forerunner, January 1910, pp. 12--14.
E.H.M., `Suffragette Jam and Marmalade', The Vote, 26 March 1910, p. 261.
M.M., `In Famous Bluestockings', The Englishwoman, May 1910, pp. 117--120.
E.M. Goodman, `The Advance of Women 1860--1910', The Englishwoman, July 1910, pp. 325--333.
`The Psychology of an Anti-Suffragist', The Vote, 27 August 1910, p. 214
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `The Undercurrent of the Woman's Movement', Votes for Women, 7 October 1910, p. 9.
`The ``Womanly Woman''', The Vote, 8 October 1910, p. 286.
Lord Robert Cecil, KC, `Women's Sphere', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, November 1910, pp. 64--65.
Homo Sum, `Young Middle Class Women', The Englishwoman, November 1910, pp. 95--96.
Gertrude Barnum, `The Modern Society Woman', The Woman Voter, October 1911, pp. 14, 23.
Dora Marsden, `Bondwomen' and `Commentary on Bondwomen', The Freewoman, 23 and 30 November 1911, pp. 1--2, 21--22.
Oreola Williams Haskell, `The New Wife', The Woman Voter, January 1912, pp. 10--11.
Frances E.M. Roberts, `Evolution and the Woman Movement', The Woman Voter, February 1912, pp. 16--17.
`On Machines', The Freewoman, 12 September 1912, p. 324.
`Why Women are So', The Woman Voter, January 1913, pp. 29--30.
Edna Kenton, `The Militant Women -- and Women', The Century Magazine, November 1913, pp. 13--20.
Alice Hubbard, `Something New under the Sun', Harper's Weekly, 13 December 1913, pp. 6--8.
W.L. George, `Feminist Intentions', Atlantic Monthly, December 1913, pp. 721--732.
Anne Cobden Sanderson, `The Feminist Movement', The Vote, 31 July 1914, p. 239.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `As to ``Feminism''', Forerunner, February 1914, p. 45.
Rose Young, `What is Feminism', Good Housekeeping, May 1914, pp. 679--684.
Edna Kenton, `Feminism will give Men More Fun . . .', Delineator, July 1914, p. 17.
Marie Jenney Howe, `A Feminist Symposium', The New Review, August 1914, pp. 441--448.
Francis Marion Beynon, `Old Maids', The Grain Growers' Guide, 16 September 1914, p. 8.
Anne O'Hagan Shinn, `The Home and the Vote', The Woman Voter, August 1915, pp. 13--15.
`The Burden of Humanity', Woman's Century, October 1915, p. 12.
`Have Women lost their Opportunity?', Modern Woman and Her Work, 11 December 1915 (no page number).
Evelyn King Gilmore, `Feminism', Harper's Magazine, 11 March 1916, p. 31.
Louise Morris, `The Vote and the Women', Woman's Century, June 1917, pp. 7, 13.
`When is a Woman not a Woman?' and `Venereal Disease', Woman's Century, December 1917, p. 16.
Adelaide Cole, `The Well Groomed Woman', Woman's Century, May 1918, p. 28.
Flora MacD. Denison, `Women in Reconstruction', Woman's Century, September 1918, p. 175.
Part 2: International Networks of Learning and Exchange
Fannie Barrier Williams, `Great Britain's Compliment to American Colored Women', The Woman's Era, August 1894, p. 1.
J.M.S., `The Position of Women in Japan', Women's Industrial News, January 1906, pp. 15--20.
`Feminism in Some European Countries', American Monthly Review of Reviews, 23 March 1906, pp. 357--360.
`Congress of Italian Women', Votes for Women, 2 July 1908, p. 275.
`England and America', The Woman's Journal, 11 July 1908, p. 110.
Millicent Garrett Fawcett, `The International Aspects of Women's Suffrage', The Englishwoman, April 1909, pp. 271--280.
Millicent Garrett Fawcett, `Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance: A Great Cause', The Common Cause, 15 April 1909, pp. 7--9.
Irene M. Ashby Macfadyen, `Women and the New South African Constitution', Votes for Women, 20 August 1909, pp. 1078--1079.
Sarah A. Tooley, `The Women of New Japan', The Englishwoman, May 1910, pp. 32--45.
`Under the Flag', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, August 1910, pp. 48--49.
`Australia Speaks', `Mrs Park on the Women of China' and `Comments on Sylvia Pankhurst', The Woman's Journal, 21 January 1911, pp. 17--19.
Bertha Poole Weyl, `Winning the Vote in England', Life and Labor, July 1911, pp. 206--211.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Does a Man support his Wife?', Forerunner, September 1911, pp. 240--246.
Marie Jenney Howe, `The Tables Turned', The Woman Voter, May 1912, p. 13.
Mary E. McDowell, `Some Observations on Working Women in Germany', Life and Labor, May 1912, pp. 132--134.
`Women of the Nations, Unite!', The Vote, 12 October 1912, pp. 420--421.
Carrie Chapman Catt, `The Truth about Suffrage in China', The Woman's Journal, 16 November 1912, pp. 362--363.
Sonia Leathes, `The Women of Russia', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, December 1914, pp. 215--217.
Mary Gaunt, `Chinese Women', Modern Woman and Her Work, 8 January 1916, pp. 208--209.
Erma Stocking, `Mrs Pankhurst's Tour', The Grain Growers' Guide, 12 July 1916, p. 31.
Louis S. Friedland, `Woman Struggle in Russia', The Woman Voter, May 1917, pp. 10--11.
Part 3: Race and Empire
`Editorial: A Word to the A.A.W.', The Woman's Era, November 1894, p. 8.
`Editorial Notes', Helen Campbell, `A Protest Against Color Line', The Woman's Journal, 16 June 1900, pp. 185, 189.
`En Avant', `Woman and Race Progress', Young Oxford, February 1902, pp. 169--172.
`Woman Suffrage in the South', The Woman's Journal, 11 April 1903, p. 116, and rebuttal letter by William Lloyd Garrison, 2 May 1903, pp. 140--141.
Mrs Addie Hunton, `Negro Womanhood Defended' and Mrs Mary Church Terrell, `The Progress of Colored Women', The Voice of the Negro, July 1904, 280--282, 291--294.
M.H. Thompson, `Alien Immigrants', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 July 1905, pp. 148--153.
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `Women or Kaffirs?', Votes for Women, 9 July 1909, p. 912.
Laurence Housman, ```Colour-Blind''', Votes for Women, 10 September 1909, p. 1151.
```At Home'' at Caxton Hall', The Vote, 19 March 1910, pp. 242--243.
`Race Suicide', The Vote, 21 January 1911, pp. 152--153.
Eugenia Newmarch, `Women and the Race', The Englishwoman, April 1911, pp. 33--40.
`Women Suffrage in Many Lands' (book review), The Common Cause, 22 April 1909, p. 27.
J.M. Liddell, `Negroes Unwelcome', The Grain Growers' Guide, 31 May 1911, p. 21.
`A Landmark in History: the First Universal Races Congress', The Vote, 5 August 1911, pp. 187--188.
Mrs Winton Evans, `The Mother as a Factor in Human Progress', The Vote, 9 September 1911, pp. 248--249.
`The Black Peril', The Common Cause, 21 September 1911, pp. 408--409.
C.D., `Purdah Life in the East', The Vote, 20 April 1912, pp. 13--14.
M. Humphries, `Well Born', The Englishwoman, September 1912, pp. 285--294.
Dora Marsden, `The Slave', The Freewoman, 12 September 1912, pp. 321--323.
Francis Marion Beynon, `The Foreigner', The Grain Growers' Guide, 11 February 1914, p. 10.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Immigration, Importation and our Fathers', Forerunner, May 1914, pp. 117--119.
`National Suffrage and the Race Problem', The Suffragist, 14 November 1914, p. 3.
Helena Hill Weed, `The Federal Amendment and the Race Problem', The Suffragist, 6 February 1915, p. 3.
Elsie Clews Parsons, `Facing Race Suicide', The Masses, June 1915, p. 15.
`Votes for Women: A Symposium of Leading Thinkers of Colored America', The Crisis, August 1915, pp. 178--192.
`The Sikhs in the Empire', Woman's Century, October 1915, p. 10.
`Nationalism or Racialism?', Woman's Century, June 1918, p. 41.
Part 4: Dissent and Conflict
Millicent Garrett Fawcett, `Men are Men and Women are Women', The Englishwoman, February 1909, pp. 17--31.
`Echoes', The Englishwoman, February 1909, pp. 39--40.
`Our Point of View: In Great Things Unity', The Common Cause, 6 May 1909, p. 51.
M. Allen, `Our Point of View: The Constitutional Policy of the National Union', The Common Cause, 12 August 1909, pp. 227--228.
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `What We Think of Criticism', Votes for Women, 8 October 1909, p. 25.
`Those Fool Women', The Grain Growers' Guide, 28 September 1910, p. 28.
Martha Gruening, `Universal vs. Limited Suffrage', The Woman's Journal, 20 May 1911, p. 158.
Jessie Ashley, `National Headquarters Letter', The Woman's Journal, 24 June 1911, p. 196.
`Notes of the Week', The Freewoman, 30 November 1911, pp. 23--24.
Rebecca West, `The Gospel of Mrs Humphry Ward', The Freewoman, 15 February 1912, p. 249.
Dora Marsden, `Ideas or No ideas?', The Freewoman, 11 July 1912, pp. 141--143.
`A Shameless Slander', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, September 1912, p. 89.
Martha Gruening, `Two Suffrage Movements', The Crisis, September 1912, p. 245.
C. Nina Boyle, `Humphry Ward-ism and Votes for Women', The Vote, 7 September 1912, p. 340.
H.M. Swanwick, `Vale', The Common Cause, 3 October 1912, p. 441.
A.W. Cannon, `Suffragists and Suffragettes', Woman's Exponent, March 1913, pp. 44--45.
Jane Gray Perkins, `Militants and Non-Militants', The Suffragette, 15 August 1913, p. 767.
Christabel Pankhurst, `Some Critics Answered', The Suffragette, 5 September 1913, p. 814.
Rev. Edwin A. Mould, `A Friendly Letter to All Anti-Suffragists', The Suffragette, 31 October 1913, p. 55.
`The Compromise Measure', The Suffragist, 28 March 1914, p. 4.
Christabel Pankhurst, `Hand in Hand', The Suffragette, 22 May 1914, p. 112.
`Concentration', The Suffragist, 20 February 1915, p. 4.
`War Fever--Child Wage-Slaves in America', Woman's Dreadnought, 7 July 1917, (cover page).
Part 5: Intersection of Social and Political Movements
Alice Grenfell, `Contemporary English Socialists and Women', Shafts, September 1895, pp. 81--82.
R.L. Garton, `A Modern Socialist: An Interview with Miss Enid Stacy, B.A.', Woman's Signal, 12 September 1895, pp. 161--162.
Madame Alex. Veigele, `The Women's Vegetarian Union', Woman's Signal, 21 November 1895, p. 324.
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, `An Appeal to Women's Clubs', The Woman's Journal, 13 April 1901, p. 114.
`New Internationalism', Woman's Exponent, 1 August 1901, pp. 22--23.
Ethel Snowden, `Women and the Social Spirit', Women's Industrial News, October 1906, pp. 7--12.
```Sinn Fein'' and Women Suffrage', Votes for Women, 17 September 1908, p. 462.
`The White Slave Conference', The Woman's Journal, 27 February 1909, p. 34.
George Bernard Shaw, `The Unmentionable Case for Women's Suffrage', The Englishwoman, March 1909, pp. 112--121.
`A Week of Conferences -- the I.L.P.', The Common Cause, 22 April 1909, pp. 17--18.
Teresa Billington-Greig, `Ireland and Labour', The Vote, 12 February 1910, p. 186.
`Woman Suffrage and the Labour Conference', Votes for Women, 18 February 1910, p. 321.
Amy Sanderson, `The Labour Party and Votes for Women', The Vote, 26 March 1910, p. 258.
Louisa Thomson-Price, `Trade Unionism & the Vote', The Vote, 2 September 1911, p. 234.
Herbert M. Merrill, `Socialism', The Woman Voter, February 1912, pp. 14--15.
Guy Aldred, `Emancipation', The Freewoman, February 1912, pp. 236--238.
`Says Suffrage Will Help White Slaves', The Woman's Journal, 16 March 1912, p. 82.
Frances Squire Potter, `The Woman's Club and Democratic Ideals', Life and Labor, April 1912, pp. 100--104.
`Suffrage Deferred', The Woman's Journal, 13 July 1912, p. 217.
Dora Marsden, `The Woman Movement and the Ablest Socialists', The Freewoman, 29 August 1912, pp. 281--285.
C. Despard, `Women and Home Rule', The Vote, 2 November 1912, p. 8.
Christabel Pankhurst, `Women's View on the Irish Situation', The Suffragette, 19 September 1913, p. 846.
Miriam Green Ellis, `The Women Grain Growers of Saskatchewan', Woman's Century, March 1915, p. 11.
Sylvia Pankhurst, `The Workers' International: Socialists and the World War', Woman's Dreadnought, 18 December 1915, pp. 385--386, 388.
Una Saunders, `The Welfare of Women Workers', Woman's Century, January 1917, p. 15.
`Reviews', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 February 1916, p. 18.
C. Despard, `The Labour Congress: An Impression', The Vote, 2 February 1917, p. 100.
Mrs Blanche Read Johnston, `Methods of Mitigating the White Slave Traffic', Woman's Century, November 1917, pp. 21--22.
Hannah Sheehy Skeffington, `How Suffrage Stands in Ireland', The Suffragist, 30 March 1918, p. 6.
`Reformatories vs. Reforming', Woman's Century, March 1918, pp. 19--20, 23, 25.
Part 6: Motherhood and the Family
`On Behalf of the Little Ones', Shafts, February 1895, pp. 372--373.
`Parenthood and its Responsibility: An Address for Mothers' Meetings', Woman's Signal, 16 January 1896, pp. 36--37.
`Echoes', The Englishwoman, April 1909, pp. 287--288.
`The Shrieking Sisterhood' and ``The Massacre of the Innocents'', The Common Cause, 29 April 1909, p. 34.
Mildred M. Burgess, MD, `Infant Mortality: II. Neglect Due to the Employment of the Mother Outside the Home', The Common Cause, 27 May 1909, pp. 92--93.
E.T., `Children and the Suffrage', The Vote, 15 January 1910, p. 140.
A Matron, `Training for Motherhood', The Englishwoman, May 1910, pp. 58--60.
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `The Modern Woman and Motherhood', Votes for Women, 23 September 1910, p. 829.
F.L. Ghey, `The Mother', The Englishwoman, November 1910, pp. 98--99.
`Pit Folk at Home', The Englishwoman, December 1910, pp. 177--185.
C. Despard, `The Unmarried Mother', The Vote, 7 October 1911, pp. 294--295.
Mary Beard, `Mothercraft', The Woman Voter, January 1912, pp. 12--13.
`Maternity Benefits for Mothers', Votes for Women, 18 July 1913, p. 620.
E. Sylvia Pankhurst, `Death-Rate of Mothers', Woman's Dreadnought, 6 November 1915, pp. 356--357.
E. Sylvia Pankhurst, `The Birth-Rate', Woman's Dreadnought, 8 July 1916, pp. 506, 509.
Edith Browne, `A Freewoman's Attitude to Motherhood', The Freewoman, 11 January 1912, pp. 153--155.
Winifred Hindshaw, `The Maternal Instinct', The Freewoman, 23 May 1912, pp. 13--14.
M.D. Eder, `Doth a Man Travail with Child?', The Freewoman, 30 November 1911, pp. 33--34.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Without a Husband', Forerunner, December 1915, p. 314.
J.J. Kelso, `Conservation of Child Life', Woman's Century, April 1915, p. 6.
Margaret Wynne Nevinson, `The Problem of the Illegitimate Child', The Vote, 30 April 1915, p. 592.
Agnes Mott, `The Maternity and Child Welfare Bill', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 August 1918, pp. 59--60, 65.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Some Unfamiliar Ways of Living', Forerunner, January 1916, pp. 20--24.
`Marriage and the Working Woman', Modern Woman and Her Work, 22 January 1916 (no page number).
W.L. George, `The Downfall of the Home', Harper's Magazine, June 1916, pp. 49--58.
Mrs Rose Henderson, `The Cradle and the Nation', Woman's Century, January 1916, p. 10.
`Consecration', Woman's Century, January 1917, p. 9.
Agnes Mott, `The Prevention of Infant Mortality', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 December 1916, pp. 113--114.
`The Grandmothers of 1968', Woman's Century, March 1918, p. 11.
`Who Will Teach Our Children the Truth?' and Quedrich, `The Child Was a Sinner', Woman's Century, April 1918, pp. 10, 23--24.
Part 7: Women's Health and Bodies
`Exercise for Women', Woman's Signal, 27 August 1896, p. 186.
Edith Garrud, `The World We Live In: Self-Defence', Votes for Women, 4 March 1910, p. 355.
`The Government's Methods of Barbarism', Votes for Women, 28 January 1910, pp. 273--274.
`The Treatment of Political Prisoners', Votes for Women, 4 February 1910, p. 298.
`Suffrage and the Birth Rate', The Vote, 3 September 1910, p. 219.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `The Woman of Fifty', Forerunner, April 1911, pp. 96--98.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `That Obvious Purpose', Forerunner, June 1911, p. 162.
`Dental Hygiene', The Grain Growers' Guide, 13 September 1911, p. 20.
`The Spinster', The Freewoman, 23 November 1911, pp. 10--11.
A New Subscriber (Stella Browne), `The Chastity of Continence', The Freewoman, 22 February 1912, p. 270.
Kathlyn Oliver, `Chastity and Normality', The Freewoman, 29 February 1912, p. 290.
A New Subscriber, `Who are the Normal?', The Freewoman, 2 March 1912, pp. 312--313.
A New Subscriber, `Experience and Understanding', The Freewoman, 21 March 1912, p. 331.
Dora Marsden, `Interpretations of Sex I-IV', The Freewoman, 2, 9, 16, 23 May 1912, pp. 461--462, 481--482, 501--502, 1--2.
Grace Carter Smith, `Women as Sexualists', The Freewoman, 1 August 1912, pp. 210--211.
Eleanor Cecil, `The South London Hospital for Women', The Englishwoman, December 1912, pp. 279--284.
Christabel Pankhurst, `A Woman's Question', The Suffragette, 8 August 1913, p. 737.
Christabel Pankhurst, `How to Cure the Great Pestilence', The Suffragette, 15 August 1913, p. 759.
Laurence Housman, `Petticoat Government', The Contemporary Review, November 1913, pp. 663--672.
Christabel Pankhurst, `Married Women's Health', The Suffragette, 5 December 1913, p. 169.
E. Sylvia Pankhurst, `What Do the Politicians Propose?', Woman's Dreadnought, 8 March 1914, p. 5.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `The Unrestricted Hat', Forerunner, April 1914, pp. 136--138.
`Racial Decay', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, May 1914, pp. 82--83.
Margaret Anderson, `Incense and Splendor', The Little Review, June 1914, pp. 1--3.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Birth Control', Forerunner, July 1915, pp. 177--179.
M. Eastman, `Confessions of a Suffrage Orator' and illustration, `Society Cherishes the Baby Doll Idea', The Masses, October--November 1915, pp. 7--9.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Women's Hair and Men's Whiskers', Forerunner, March 1916, pp. 64--65.
L. De Alberti, `The Scourge of Civilization', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 April 1916, pp. 34--35.
W. Francis B. Wakefield, MD, `Advantage of Treatment', The Grain Growers' Guide, 8 November 1916, p. 23.
`A Deadly Plague', Woman's Century, January 1917, p. 16.
`Women and Health Reformation in Canada', Woman's Century, May 1918, p. 25.
`The Health of the Girl Worker', The Catholic Citizen, 15 July 1918, pp. 56--57.
Part 8: Men and Masculinity
Phoebe W. Couzins, `Shall the Men Wash Dishes?', The Woman's Journal, 7 July 1900, p. 210.
F.W. Pethick-Lawrence, `What ``Votes for Women'' Means to Men', Votes for Women, February 1908, p. 65.
W.W.H., `Women's Suffrage: From a Man's Point of View', Votes for Women, 10 September 1908, p. 434.
Laurence Housman, `The Protected Sex', Votes for Women, 19 November 1908, p. 123.
`The Men's League for Women's Suffrage', The Common Cause, 29 April 1909, pp. 33--34.
Ethel Hill, `Mr Laurence Housman: An Impression', The Vote, 2 December 1909, p. 64.
Ethel Hill, `Mr Israel Zangwill', The Vote, 16 December 1909, p. 88.
R.F. Cholmeley, `A School for Fathers', The Englishwoman, December 1910, pp. 152--158.
`Why Men Protest', The Vote, 24 December 1910, p. 99.
Brenda Murray Draper, `America's Philosopher and the Women's Movement', The Vote, 28 January 1911, p. 169.
Mary O. Kennedy, `Mr W. T. Stead on the Emancipation of Woman', The Vote, 4 March 1911, p. 225.
Louisa Thomson-Price, `The Militant Suffrage Movement: A Man's Point of View', The Vote, 22 July 1911, pp. 160--161.
Fanny Johnson, `Man at Home', The Freewoman, 7 December 1911, pp. 45--46.
Harry Birnstingl, `Uranians', The Freewoman, 4 January 1912, pp. 127--128.
Mary Ware Dennett, `The Status of Men', The Freewoman, 9 May 1912, pp. 498--499.
Max Eastman, `Early History of the Men's League', The Woman Voter, October 1912, pp. 17--18.
`Reception to Men Suffragists', The Suffragette, 1 November 1912, p. 32.
The Hon. Robert Palmer, `Why Men Should Support Women's Suffrage', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, December 1912, p. 239.
Sidney Pickering, `Women and the Average Englishman', The Englishwoman, December 1912, pp. 293--303.
`Torture of Prisoners: Protests by Eminent Men', The Suffragette, 28 March 1913, p. 383.
Hilda Ridley, `The New Man', The Woman Voter, June 1913, pp. 16 and 23.
The Hon. William Kent, `Woman Suffrage -- from a Man's Viewpoint', The Suffragist, 27 December 1913, p. 54.
E. Sylvia Pankhurst, `Keir Hardie', The Woman's Dreadnought, 2 October 1915, pp. 328 and 331.
`When the Men Come Home', Modern Woman and Her Work, 12 February 1916 (no page number).
`Save the Girl', The Fra, May 1916, pp. 41--42.
Part 9: Women, Law and Citizenship
Mrs Fenwick Miller, `How Ought the Marriage Laws to be Amended' and `Whose is the Guilt?', Woman's Signal, 14 November 1895, pp. 308 and 312--313.
Elizabeth C. Wolstenholme Elmy, `The Summary Jurisdiction (Married Women) Act, 1895', Shafts, February 1896, pp. 7--8.
`Divorce Laws Unequal', Shafts, August 1896, p. 103.
`The Wife's Income', Woman's Signal, 6 August 1896, pp. 88--89.
`Women's Citizenship and Women's Punishment', Votes for Women, 10 September 1908, p. 436.
Laura McLaren, `The Women's Charter', The Common Cause, 27 May 1909, p. 93.
Maude Royden, `Equality of Service' and Arthur G. Symonds, `The Justice and Expediency of Women's Enfranchisement', The Common Cause, 3 June 1909, pp. 103--104.
Isabelle Beaton Graham, `Homesteads for Women', The Grain Growers' Guide, 17 November 1909, p. 24.
Teresa Billington-Greig, `Who are the People?', The Vote, 25 November 1909, p. 54.
Teresa Billington-Greig, `The Cost of Subjection', The Vote, 15 January 1910, p. 138.
Mabelle S. Cole, `Property Rights of Women', Woman's Exponent, February 1910, pp. 49--50.
G.I.W., `The Borstal System for Girls', The Englishwoman, June 1910, pp. 130--133.
Mona Caird, `The Lot of Women', Westminster Review, July 1910, pp. 52--59.
Teresa Billington-Greig, `Women and Taxation', The Vote, 24 September 1910, p. 258.
Herbert Jacobs, `The Married Women's Property Act', The Englishwoman, November 1910, pp. 14--24.
Mary O. Kennedy, `Woman Articulate', The Vote, 28 January 1911, p. 166.
`Facts from Colorado: Long List of Good Laws to Women's Credit', The Woman's Journal, 28 January 1911, p. 25.
Louie M. Brooks, `Medical Women and the National Insurance Bill', The Englishwoman, May 1911, pp. 269--278.
C. Despard, `Citizenship', The Vote, 29 July 1911, p. 174.
C. Despard, `Women Strikers', The Vote, 26 August 1911, pp. 222--223.
Robert H. Elder, `Lessons in Government: Property Rights of American Women', The Woman Voter, October 1911, p. 10.
C. Despard, `Are Women Legal Slaves?', The Vote, 11 November 1911, pp. 30--31.
Teresa Billington-Greig, `Women and Government', The Freewoman, 21 December 1911, pp. 85--86.
Charles E.B. Russell, MA, `Some Aspects of Female Criminality and its Treatment', The Englishwoman, January 1912, pp. 35--47.
`Woman Endowed or Free?', The Freewoman, 29 February 1912, pp. 281--283.
H.G. Wells, `Mr Wells to the Attack: Freewomen and Endowment', The Freewoman, 7 March 1912, pp. 301--302.
H.G. Wells, `Woman Endowed' and editorial, The Freewoman, 21 March 1912, pp. 341--342.
Adella Hunt Logan, `Colored Women as Voters', The Crisis, September 1912, p. 242.
Carrie Chapman Catt, `The Traffic in Women', The Woman Voter, March 1913, pp. 14--15.
Irene Osgood Andrews, `Working Women and Legislation', The Woman Voter, September 1913, pp. 17--18.
`Proposed Extension of Divorce', The Suffragette, 24 October 1913, p. 31.
`The Need for a Woman's Court', Woman's Century, April 1915, p. 20.
Eunice G. Murray, `The British Born Woman', The Vote, 24 September 1915, pp. 757--758.
Inez Milholland Boissevain, `My Predicament: Should an American Woman Lose her Citizenship on Marriage to an Alien?', The Suffragist, 1 January 1916, p. 3.
Marguerite Fedden, `The Undermining of Marriage', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 February 1916, pp. 11--13.
Agnes Maule Machar, `The Citizenship of Women', Woman's Century, March 1916, p. 9.
Elinor Byrns, `The Rights of Mothers', The Woman Voter, April 1916, p. 12.
Mrs V.M. Crawford, `Women Under the Poor Law', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 May 1916, pp. 41--42.
Erma Stocking, `Should Have Police Women', The Grain Growers' Guide, 29 November 1916, p. 23.
Elizabeth Becker, `What Ontario Women Want', Woman's Century, June 1918, pp. 34, 37.
J.J. Kelso, `Reforms Women Should Work For', Woman's Century, July 1918, p. 26.
Part 10: The Professions, Work and Education
`A Day in a Worsted Factory', Shafts, September 1896, pp. 116--117.
`The Industrial Emancipation of Woman', The Woman's Journal, 8 March 1902, pp. 76--77.
`The Woman at Work; How it Strikes an Old Oriental', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 July 1904, pp. 151--153.
Juliette Heale, `The Wage of the Married Woman', Votes for Women, January 1908, p. 48.
Annie Kenney, `To the Married Women Textile Workers', Votes for Women, 21 May 1908, pp. 182--183.
`Men's Uniforms and Women's Lives', `Married Women as Teachers' and `Lord Curzon and Degrees for Women', The Common Cause, 6 May 1909, pp. 49--50.
`Political Power and Economic Subjection', The Common Cause, 15 July 1909, p. 183.
Mary E. Gawthorpe, `Shall Married Women Teach?', Votes for Women, 18 February 1910, p. 325.
Adela Pankhurst, `Votes for Women and Sweated Industries', Votes for Women, 4 March 1910, p. 357.
M.O.K., `Women at Work', The Vote, 20 August 1910, p. 203.
`Mantle-makers', The Vote, 10 September 1910, p. 238.
`Belfast Linen Trade Sweating', The Vote, 24 September 1910, p. 263.
Ruth Young, `Women Teachers and the Vote', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, November 1910, p. 70.
Violet M. Shillington, `French Gardening as a Career for Englishwomen', The Englishwoman, December 1910, pp. 217--220.
M.O. Kennedy, `Dr. Ethel Smyth on Women in Orchestras', The Vote, 28 January 1911, p. 165.
May Thorne, MD, `Women Doctors and the Vote', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, January 1911, p. 90.
`Women to Burn: The Moral of the Triangle Company's Frightful Fire Disaster', The Woman's Journal, 1 April 1911, p. 97.
Alice Henry and Miles Franklin, `Why 50,000 Refused to Sew', The Englishwoman, May 1911, pp. 297--308.
`The Right to Work', The Business Girl, February 1912, pp. 7--8.
`Vox et Preterea?', The Englishwoman, March 1912, pp. 247--253.
`A Woman Worker in a New Field', The Grain Growers' Guide, 26 June 1912, pp. 36--37.
Ada Nield Chew, `The Economic Freedom of Women', The Freewoman, 11 July 1912, pp. 149--152.
Mary Ritter Beard, `Votes for Workingwomen' and `The Wage-Earner's Five-Foot Shelf: A Bibliography of Books on Women and Industry', The Woman Voter, September 1912, pp. 3--5, 16--18.
Elizabeth Dutcher, `Do You Know the Truth about the Clerk?', The Woman Voter, September 1913, pp. 11--13.
`The Working Women's Deputation to the President', The Suffragist, 31 January 1914, p. 5.
Miss Nancy Lightman, `Teachers and Citizenship', The Suffragette, 10 April 1914, p. 595.
Christabel Pankhurst, `The Marriage Ban -- I' and `The Marriage Ban -- II', The Suffragette, 1 May 1914, p. 63 and 8 May 1914, p. 87.
Rose Winslow, `The Woman Wage Earner', The Suffragist, 5 December 1914, pp. 5--6.
Mrs Leigh Rothwell, `Equal Pay for Equal Work for Men and Women', Woman's Dreadnought, 21 August 1915, p. 303.
`Woman's Place in the World', The Woman Voter, October 1915, pp. 16--17.
Priscilla E. Moulder, `In Khakidom', Modern Woman and Her Work, 25 December 1915, pp. 154--155.
`A Woman's Industrial Union', Modern Woman and Her Work, 15 January 1916, p. 217.
Blanche Smyth-Pigott, `Wage-Earning Women and Their Dependants', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 April 1916, pp. 36--37.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `A Surplus Woman', Forerunner, May 1916, pp. 113--118.
Millicent Fawcett, `Equal Pay for Equal Value', The Contemporary Review, October 1918, pp. 387--390.
Irene H. Moody and E.D. Dunlop, The Need of Progress in Our Educational Systems', Woman's Century, November 1918, p. 15.
Part 11: Religion
`Woman and the Bible: By a Male Socialist', Shafts, May 1896, pp. 63--64.
Elizabeth Harcourt Mitchell, `Women's Franchise for the National Church Council', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 October 1903, pp. 226--233.
Lina Eckenstein, `Woman as Apostle and Prophet', The Englishwoman, January 1912, pp. 57--67.
Henrietta Williamson, `Votes for Women', The Grain Growers' Guide, 7 February 1912, p. 24.
Harriet Comstock, `The Church and the Woman's Cause', The Woman Voter, March 1912, pp. 18--19.
`The Religious Aspect of the Women's Movement', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, August 1912, pp. 69 and 71.
`The Equality of Women', The Suffragette, 10 January 1913, p. 185.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `A Religion of Growth and Happiness', Forerunner, June 1913, p. 159.
Christabel Pankhurst, `The Appeal to God', The Suffragette, 8 August 1913, p. 740.
`Woe Unto You, Ye Hypocrites!', The Suffragette, 24 October 1913, p. 27.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `A Visible Evolution', Forerunner, April 1914, pp. 214--215.
`The Weapons of Our Warfare', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, April 1914, p. 68.
Reverend Mered J. Rush, `The Place of Religion in the Women's Movement', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, June 1914, pp. 109--110.
L. De Alberti, `Christian Feminism', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 January 1916, pp. 4--5.
`The Church and Votes for Women', The Woman Voter, September 1915, pp. 8--9.
Part 12: Temperance and the Women's Movement
`To Our Readers' and `Beware of the Brewer's Advocate', Woman's Signal, 19 September 1895, pp. 184--185.
General Officers of the W.W.C.T.U., `British Women's Temperance Association', and Lady Somerset, `The Present Position of the Temperance Movement', Woman's Signal, 21 November 1895, pp. 321--323.
`Echoes', The Englishwoman, April 1909, p. 290.
Joseph Smith, `The Temperance Question' and Annie Wells Cannon, `Do We Want Prohibition', Woman's Exponent, May 1911, pp. 65, 67.
Claresholm, `Homesteads for Women', The Grain Growers' Guide, 27 March 1912, p. 24.
Gertrude Austin, `Iceland and Total Prohibition', The Englishwoman, September 1912, pp. 268--278.
Bertha Mason, `The Women's Vote and National Temperance', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, October 1912, p. 101.
`Suffrage and Prohibition', The Woman Voter, February 1915, p. 11.
A.S.B., `Liquor Against Suffrage', The Woman's Journal, 2 and 9 October 1915, pp. 314, 322.
A.S.B., `Suffrage and Temperance', The Woman's Journal, 19 August 1916, p. 268.
Erma Stocking, `Banish the Liquor Store', The Grain Growers' Guide, 13 September 1916, p. 23.
G.A. Warburton, `Prohibition in Canada', Woman's Century, March 1917, pp. 3--4.
`Women Ask for Beer', The Grain Growers' Guide, 18 September 1918, p. 36.
Part 13: Violence, War and Militancy
M.A. Biggs, `Women and the War', The Englishwoman's Review, 17 April 1900, pp. 77--83.
Christabel Pankhurst, `The Value of Militant Methods', Votes for Women, 24 September 1908, p. 473.
`Violence and Reaction: The Two Forces of Disorder', The Common Cause, 16 September 1909, p. 287.
`Our Point of View: Rattling into Barbarism', The Common Cause, 17 June 1909, p. 127.
Marion Holmes, `Mrs Annie Besant and Militant Tactics', The Vote, 29 January 1910, pp. 160--161.
E.S. Haldane, `Women's Work for Home Defence', The Englishwoman, March 1912, pp. 254--259.
`A Militant Psychology', The Freewoman, 7 March 1912, pp. 304.
Nina Boyle, `Male Militancy', The Vote, 10 August 1912, p. 276--277.
A.S.B., `Masculine Militancy', The Woman's Journal, 31 August 1912, p. 276.
Christabel Pankhurst, `Shall Women Fight', The Suffragette, 1 November 1912, p. 36.
Norma, `Does Not Wonder at Militancy', The Grain Growers' Guide, 29 January 1913, p. 10.
M.A. Stobart, `Women and War', The Contemporary Review, February 1913, pp. 226--232.
Alice Henry, `The British Suffrage Fiasco', Life and Labor, March 1913, pp. 78--80.
Lucia Ames Mead, `Do Suffragists Care about Our Mad Militarism?', The Woman Voter, July 1913, pp. 11--12.
`Why We Are Militant', The Suffragette, 14 November 1913, p. 99 and 21 November 1913, p. 127.
Christabel Pankhurst, `How Men Fight', The Suffragette, 19 June 1914, p. 163.
`Europe, 1914' (Cover) and S.D. Shallard, `Women and War' and `Protest Against War', Votes for Women, 7 August 1914, pp. 679--680.
`Pro Patria', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, September 1914, p. 164.
`Women and War', The Woman Voter, September 1914, p. 7.
Cartoon, `Afterwards', The Masses, October 1914, pp. 12--13.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Masculinism at its Worst', Forerunner, October 1914, pp. 257--258.
Dora Marsden, `Women's ``Rights''' The Egoist, 1 October 1914 (no page number).
E. Sylvia Pankhurst, `The War Cure', Woman's Dreadnought, 3 October 1914, p. 114.
Margaret Wynne Nevinson, `Women in War Time', The Vote, 16 October 1914, p. 352.
`Woman, the Peacemaker', The Vote, 30 October 1914, p. 369.
Cover and `War and Women', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, October--December 1914, cover and p. 410.
Mrs Desha Breckinridge, `Suffrage and Peace' and A.S.B., `Women and War', The Woman's Journal, 14 November 1914, pp. 300--301.
Laurence Housman, `National Forces', The Woman's Dreadnought, 5 December 1914, p. 151.
`Comment and War', Woman's Century, March 1915, p. 17.
`Agitation for Peace', Woman's Century, April 1915, p. 4.
Violet Markham, `Women Trade Unionists and the War', Women's Trade Union Review, April 1915, pp. 10--17.
`Women Make History', The Woman's Journal, 8 May 1915, pp. 143--144.
`Womanhood and Peace', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, September 1915, p. 156.
Constance Rudyard Boulton, `Our Imperial Obligations', Woman's Century, October 1915, p. 26.
Mrs Henry Fawcett, LL D, `Life's Cost', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, October--December 1915, p. 41.
`Neutrality and the War', The Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Review, December 1915, p. 40.
J.C. Bristow-Noble, `Rifle Shooting for Women', Modern Woman and Her Work, 1 January 1916, pp. 173--174.
Christopher St John, `Do Women Hate War?', The Catholic Suffragist, 15 March 1916, pp. 21--22.
Violet Markham, `The Standard of Life', Women's Trade Union Review, April 1916, pp. 9--11.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Women After the War', Forerunner, July 1916, pp. 173--177.
J.M., `Women and the New Order', Woman's Century, August 1916, p. 11.
W.L. George, `Woman after the War', English Review, December 1916, pp. 516--527.
Mary Ritter Beard, `Women and War Service', The Suffragist, 24 February 1917, p. 7.
Alva Willing Belmont, `Militancy', The Suffragist, 21 July 1917, p. 9.
`A Week of the Women's Revolution', The Suffragist, 24 November 1917, pp. 4--7.
Part 14: Mediating Culture: Reviews, Commentaries and Literary Contributions
`Reviews', Shafts, April 1895, pp. 5--7.
Dora B. Montefiore, `On Some of Ibsen's Women', Shafts, December 1896, pp. 155--156.
Evelyn Greenleaf Sutherland, `A Note of Alarm', The Woman's Journal, 13 January 1900 (no page number).
Charlotte Carmichael Stopes, `Literary Societies for Women', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 July 1902, pp. 158--165.
`Reviews', The Englishwoman's Review, 16 October 1905, pp. 282--283.
May Sinclair, `How it Strikes a Mere Novelist' and `The Actresses Franchise League', Votes for Women, 24 December 1908, p. 211.
E.G.R., `The Silent Company of Books', The Englishwoman, February 1909, pp. 87--94.
Christopher St John, `The World We Live in: Suffrage on the Stage', Votes for Women, 12 November 1909, p. 103.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `Comment and Review -- Review of H.G. Wells, Ann Veronica', Forerunner, January 1910, pp. 28--29.
G. Vaughan, `The World We Live in: At the Society of Women Artists', Votes for Women, 25 February 1910, p. 339.
`The Repertory Theatre', The Englishwoman, June 1910, pp. 221--225.
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `Book of the Week: ``Rebel Women''', Votes for Women, 1 July 1910, p. 650.
J.M.S., `Reduced to the Absurd', The Englishwoman, July 1910, pp. 262--264.
Mrs Nellie McClung, `Her Second Chance', The Grain Growers' Guide, 11 January 1911, p. 25.
M. Slieve McGowan, `Ibsen at the Court Theatre', The Vote, 18 March 1911, p. 254.
Marjorie Strachey, `Women and the Modern Drama', The Englishwoman, May 1911, pp. 186--190.
A.S.B., `Woman and Labor', The Woman's Journal, 2 September 1911, pp. 273--274.
G.L. Harding, `Feminism and the Propagandist Drama', The Freewoman, 14 December 1911, pp. 76--78.
`New Suffrage Play Now On', The Woman's Journal, 25 May 1912, p. 168.
`On the Stage' and `Militant Art', The Suffragette, 1 November 1912, p. 35.
Francis Marion Beynon, `Good Reading Matter for Winter Evenings', The Grain Growers' Guide, 12 November 1912, p. 10.
A.H., `A Remarkable Book on Feminism', The Suffragette, 15 November 1912, p. 71.
`The New Brieux Play', The Suffragette, 10 January 1913, p. 187.
Mrs Ayrton Zangwill, `Where Are You Going to . . . ?: A Review of Elizabeth Robins's New Book', The Suffragette, 17 January 1913, p. 203.
Dr Ethyl Smyth, ```The Rose Cavalier'': Opera by Richard Strauss', The Suffragette, 21 February 1913, p. 291.
M.H.M., `Feminism in the Novel and the Drama', The Suffragette, 21 February 1913, p. 294.
`The Suffrage Bookshelf', The Woman Voter, May 1913, pp. 21--22.
`Mrs Humphry Ward Gives Herself Away', The Suffragette, 17 October 1913, p. 9.
`The Triumph of Joan of Arc at Covent Garden', The Suffragette, 7 November 1913, p. 76.
Mary Shaw, `The Feminist Movement in Drama', The Woman Voter, February 1914, pp. 13--14.
F.M.G., `Reviews', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, April 1914, p. 65.
Hazel Mackaye, `Pageants as a Means of Suffrage Propaganda', The Suffragist, 28 November 1914, p. 6.
Mrs Edith Lang, `Literature and Books', Woman's Century, March 1915, p. 16.
`Pageant of the Life of Susan B. Anthony', The Suffragist, 20 March 1915, p. 8.
`Suffrage Opera Scores Immediate Success', The Suffragist, 26 February 1916, p. 6.
Maud Bell, `Ophelia -- and the Vote', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, May 1915, pp. 90--91.
Francis Marion Beynon, `The Movies', The Grain Growers' Guide, 8 December 1915, p. 10.
Bessie McLean Reynolds, `Half Hours in the Book World', Woman's Century, September 1916, p. 4.
Mrs Dignam (ed.), `Women's Art Association of Canada', Woman's Century, January 1917, p. 12.
`Damaged Goods', Woman's Century, May 1918, p. 5.
Christopher St John, `What is Wrong with the Stage?', The Catholic Citizen, 15 September 1918, pp. 67--68.
Charlotte Perkins Gilman, `The Dancing of Isadora Duncan', Forerunner (undated), p. 101.
Part 15: Redefining Public and Domestic Space
`The Story of the Pioneer Club', Shafts, January 1896, pp. 140--141.
`The Albert Hall Meeting' and `Breakfast at the Wharncliffe Rooms', Votes for Women, April 1908, pp. 112--113.
`June 21st, 1908', Votes for Women, 25 June 1908, pp. 268--269.
`Suffrage Demonstration in Earl's Court', Votes for Women, 23 July 1908, pp. 324--325.
`Welcome!', Votes for Women, 24 December 1908, pp. 217--219.
Evelyn Sharp, `Painting Kensington Purple, White, and Green', Votes for Women, 12 March 1909, p. 422.
Dorothy Archibald, `Safe Shelter for Women', The Englishwoman, April 1909, pp. 281--284.
H.B.B., `Open-Air Meetings', The Woman's Journal, 14 August 1909, p. 130.
`From Prison to Citizenship, the Great Procession of June 18', Votes for Women, 24 June 1910, pp. 628--629.
`Under the Clock', Votes for Women, 1 July 1910, p. 651.
`The Foot Parade', The Woman Voter, September 1910, p. 6.
`National Headquarters Letter', The Woman's Journal, 14 January 1911, p. 12.
`Great Parade', The Woman's Journal, 13 May 1911, pp. 145--147.
`From the Assembly Districts', The Woman Voter, September 1911, p. 19.
`Nation Hails Change of Map', The Woman's Journal, 16 November 1912, p. 361.
`The Housewarming', The Woman Voter, May 1913, p. 11.
Adaline Wheelock Sterling, `The Street Meeting', The Woman Voter, August 1913, pp. 17--18.
`National Demonstration, May 2nd and 9th', The Suffragist, 14 February 1914, p. 3.
Cover cartoon, Votes for Women, 2 October 1914.
Illustration by Elizabeth Grieg, `Look at that Suffragette, Madge', The Masses, October--November 1915, p. 19.
Cover photo, The Suffragist, 1 January 1916.
A.G., `Procession of Prayer and Intercession Service', The Church League for Women's Suffrage, June 1916, p. 75.
`Suffragists Wait at the White House for Action', The Suffragist, 17 January 1917, pp. 7--8.
Florence Brewer Boeckel, `Reflections of a Picket', The Suffragist, 3 March 1917, p. 6.
Catherine Flanagan, `Demonstrations and Their Uses', The Suffragist, 10 August 1918, pp. 8--9.
`The Prison Special', The Suffragist, 19 February 1919, pp. 3--5.
Part 16: Feminism and Promotional Culture
`Where Dresses in the Colours Can Be Bought', Votes for Women, 23 April 1909, p. 588.
`Advertising the Exhibition', Votes for Women, 21 May 1909 (no page number).
`The Cycle of the Day is Elswick', Votes for Women, 14 May 1909, p. 675.
`The Woman's Press', Votes for Women, 30 July 1909, p. 1015.
`Farrow's Bank', Votes for Women, 1 October 1909, p. 13.
`Sayings of Suffrage Week', The Englishwoman, December 1910, pp. 135--138.
`English Suffrage Posters', The Woman's Journal, 14 January 1911, p. 14.
A.E.R., `The Journal Carriage', The Woman's Journal, 4 February 1911, p. 33.
`Money Raising', The Suffragette, 14 February 1913, p. 273.
`Suffragettes on Holiday' and `The Campaign in Full Swing', The Suffragette, 22 August 1913, pp. 788--789.
Francis Marion Beynon, `Working for an Unpopular Cause', The Grain Growers' Guide, 27 August 1913, p. 9.
`Great Plans for Suffragette Week', The Suffragette, 17 April 1914, pp. 12--13.
Mrs Edith Lang, `National Union of Suffrage Societies of Canada', Woman's Century, April 1915, p. 16.
`To the Women's Associations', The Grain Growers' Guide, 11 August 1915, p. 2.
Advertisements, Modern Woman and Her Work, 18 December 1915, p. 122.
`A Page for Our Critics', Modern Woman and Her Work, 1 January 1916, p. 170.
`Women Earn $1,000', The Grain Growers' Guide, 29 March 1916, p. 15.
`The Greater War', Woman's Century, August 1917, p. 20.
Charlotte Perkins Gillman, remarks on advertising and advertisements, Forerunner, November 1909 and January 1910, pp. 30--1 plus back cover, pp. 32--33.
Part 17: The Press
Clara Bewick Colby, `Woman's Debt to the Daily Press', Woman's Signal, 16 January 1896, p. 39.
`Our Cause in the Press', Woman's Signal, 28 May 1896, p. 340.
`National Press Report', The Woman's Journal, 17 February 1900, pp. 50--51.
`Bibliography of Women's Questions', The Englishwoman's Review, 16 July 1900, pp. 217--220.
`Women's Suffrage on Both Sides of the World', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 April 1904, pp. 73--79.
`Extracts from the Press', Votes for Women, 22 October 1908, pp. 52--53.
`The International Congress and ``The Times''', The Common Cause, 6 May 1909, p. 49.
F.W. Pethick-Lawrence, `Is There a Press Boycott of Woman Suffrage?', Votes for Women, 25 June 1909, p. 841.
`The Liberal Press on Political Offenders', Votes for Women, 20 August 1909, p. 1082.
`Putting the Clock Back', The Common Cause, 23 September 1909, p. 299.
`Suffrage Shearings', The Vote, 29 January 1910, p. 164.
Edith Palliser, `An Eighteenth-Century Magazine for Women', The Englishwoman, June 1910, pp. 146--155.
A.A.S., `The Silent Company of Books', The Englishwoman, June 1910, pp. 238--241.
`Bow and Spear: Street Placards', The Englishwoman, November 1910, pp. 9--13.
`The Press on the Census Boycott', The Vote, 25 February 1911, p. 213.
Caroline I. Reilly, `National Headquarters Letter', The Woman's Journal, 17 June 1911, p. 188.
`The Press', The Woman Voter, July 1911, p. 7.
`Women and the Press in 1911', The Woman Voter, January 1912, p. 28.
`Big Newspaper Sets Example', The Woman's Journal, 27 April 1912, pp. 129 and 136.
`What the Press Say', The Suffragette, 24 January 1913, p. 222.
`Miss Annie Kenney Replies to the Bishop of Winchester: The ``Times'' Refuses her Letter', The Suffragette, 31 October 1913, p. 51.
Christabel Pankhurst, `An Independent Press', The Suffragette, 17 April 1914, p. 5.
`Comments of the Press', The Suffragist, 16 January 1915, p. 8.
`The Press and Woman Suffrage', The Woman Voter, March 1915, pp. 9--10.
`About Ourselves', Modern Woman and Her Work, 13 November 1915 (no page number).
`The Ideal Paper!', Modern Woman and Her Work, 18 December 1915 (no page number).
`Everywoman's World', Woman's Century, January 1916, p. 18.
`The Trafalgar Square Meeting -- Our Version', Woman's Dreadnought, 15 April 1916 (cover page).
Part 18: `Celebrity' and Famous Women
Mrs Fenwick Miller, `Character Sketch: Mrs Henry Fawcett', Woman's Signal, 7 November 1895, pp. 289--290.
`Character Sketch: Elizabeth Cady Stanton', Woman's Signal, 28 November 1895, pp. 337--338.
M. Greenwood, `Lament and Protest', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 July 1903, pp. 152--154.
`Emilia Jessie Boucherett', The Englishwoman's Review, 15 January 1905, pp. 1--6.
`Christabel Pankhurst's Day', Votes for Women, 31 December 1908, p. 230.
`Congress of International Woman Suffrage Alliance: Mrs Fawcett, Dr Anna Shaw', The Common Cause, 22 April 1909, pp. 23--24.
Ethel Hill, `Mrs Despard: An Impression', The Vote, 30 October 1909, p. 4.
Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, `A Calendar of Saints', Votes for Women, 5 November 1909, p. 89.
Constance Lytton, `Prison Experiences of Lady Constance Lytton', Votes for Women, 28 January 1910, p. 276.
`A Pioneer: Dr Elizabeth Blackwell', The Englishwoman, July 1910, pp. 273--284.
`Miss Florence Nightingale', The Vote, 20 August 1910, pp. 196--197.
`Mary Wollstonecraft', The Vote, 10 September 1910, pp. 232--233.
Edith S. Hooper, `Olympe De Gouges', The Englishwoman, December 1910, pp. 164--175.
A.E.R., `Mrs Howe's Influence', The Grain Growers' Guide, 21 December 1910, p. 36.
`Susan B. Anthony Memorial Week', The Woman's Journal, 7 January 1911, p. 5.
`Mrs Nellie L. McLung', The Grain Growers' Guide, 11 January 1911, p. 28.
`Boston's Howe Memorial Meeting', The Woman's Journal, 14 January 1911, p. 11.
`Prominent Paraders', The Woman's Journal, 6 May 1911, pp. 137--139.
A.R. Hutchinson, `A Sixteenth Century Feministe: Marie De Gournay', The Englishwoman, January 1912, pp. 87--94.
`Wisconsin Filled with Celebrities', The Woman's Journal, 29 June 1912, p. 202.
Charles T. Hallinan, `Charlotte Perkins Gilman', Life and Labor, December 1912, pp. 362--363.
`Leading Actresses Send New Year's Good Wishes to ``The Suffragette''', The Suffragette, 3 January 1913, p. 171.
`A Feminist Disciple of Nietzsche', Current Opinion, January 1913, pp. 47--48.
`Miss Davison's Funeral', Votes for Women, 20 June 1913, pp. 553--554.
`Mrs Pankhurst Triumphs', The Suffragette, 24 October 1913, p. 28.
`Mrs Pankhurst: The Personality and Meaning of England's Great Suffrage Leader', The Suffragist, 22 November 1913, pp. 14--15.
S.M.F., `Mrs Pankhurst in the United States', Life and Labor, December 1913, pp. 364--366.
`Forcibly Fed 232 Times: Miss Kitty Marion Released', The Suffragette, 24 April 1914, p. 33.
Sylvia Pankhurst, `Josephine Butler', Woman's Dreadnought, 24 October 1914, p. 127.
`Mrs Pethick-Lawrence', The Suffragist, 7 November 1914, p. 7.
Carol Lawrence, `Julia Grace Wales: The Canadian Girl Who Has Won World Wide Fame', Woman's Century, July 1918 (no page number).
`Anna Howard Shaw', The Suffragist, 2 July 1919, pp. 6--7.
`Inez Milholland Memorial Services', The Suffragist, 23 August 1919, p. 6.
Part 19: Humour
`The New Game -- ``Suffragette''', Votes for Women, November 1907, p. 28.
Mona Caird, `An Argument with Pooh Bah', Votes for Women, March 1908, p. 80.
Cicely Hamilton, `History of the Votes for Women Movement', The Vote, 30 October 1909, p. 3 and 4 November 1909, p. 15.
Cover cartoon, Votes for Women, 26 February 1909.
Joseph Clayton, `Boots for Men', The Vote, 25 November 1909, p. 51.
Helen McLachlan, `The Mad Hatter's Tea Party up to Date', The Vote, 20 April 1912, pp. 11--13.
`The Child is the Father of the Man', Votes for Women, 20 June 1913, p. 555.
Winifred St Clair, `Juliet Strikes', The Vote, 8 June 1912, pp. 125--126 and 22 June 1912, pp. 156--157.
`My Dear, I'll be Economically Independent if I have to borrow Every Cent!', The Masses, March 1915, p. 7.
Cover cartoon, The Suffragist, 6 March 1915.

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