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Reference 7LAC
Former reference 7/XXX4
Covering dates 1905-1968
Held by London Metropolitan University, The Women's Library
Extent 0.5 A box (1 folder)
Conditions of access This collection is available for research. Readers are advised to contact The Women's Library in advance of their first visit.
Archival history Donated in Jan 1987 by the executors of Annie Lacon's daughter (Emmeline Davies) in accordance with Emmeline's wishes.
Creators Lacon, Annie, 1880-1968, suffragist

Administrative history:
Annie Lacon (1880-1968) was born in Birmingham in 1880. She attended a meeting in Birmingham in 1906 at which Emmeline Pankhurst was a speaker and immediately became the first member of the Birmingham branch of the Women's Social & Political Union (WSPU). There she also met the man who was to become her husband. In 1907 she was selected as a delegate from Birmingham sent to protest at the House of Commons. During this event on the 20 Mar 1907, she was arrested with around seventy other women and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. The following day she was tried and fined five shilling which she refused to pay. She was then held for fourteen days in solitary confinement. She subsequently continued as a member of the WSPU, later giving birth to a daughter whom she named Emmeline. This occurred two months after the death of her husband and she subsequently went to live with her sister before moving to Northampton in 1948 where her daughter was employed. She remained a member of the Labour party there until the end of her life, as well as belonging to the Northampton Business & Professional Women's Club. Lacon was also a member of the Women's Freedom League and birth-control campaigner. She died in 1968.

The archive consists of four copies of the newsletter of the Suffragette Fellowship (1946-1966); roll of honour of Suffragette Prisoners 1905-1914 (undated, c. 1960), summons and press cuttings relating her imprisonment and suffrage including postcard from Mrs Pankhurst (1907); pamphlet (1957); photographs of Lacon (1950); press cutting on Lacon and ephemera related to celebrations of suffrage activities (1960s - 1970s).

Calling All Women  7LAC/1  1949-1966

Former reference: 7/XXX4/1

4 items

Newsletter of the Suffragette Fellowship (pamphlets) [on Millennium: duplicate to The Women's Library Printed Collections?]

Roll of Honour of Suffragette Prisoners 1905-1914  7LAC/2  c.1960

Former reference: 7/XXX4/2

1 item (15p

Pamphlet containing an alphabetical list of Suffragette Prisoners [no publishing details available]. The entries have been copied out as indicated below [The list does not contain any additional details].
Please note that this list of prisoners was compiled by the Suffragette Fellowship, c. 1950, based on the recollections of former suffragettes. As such it is not a comprehensive source.
Roll of Honour
Suffragette Prisoners
1905 - 1914
Abbey, Alfred
Abrahams, Dorothy
Adams, Eleanor
Adamson, Christine
Adamson, Kate
Ainsworth, Annie
Ainsworth, Laura
Aitken, Violet
Albert, Sophie
Aldis, Violet Mary
Alderman, Grace
Aldham, Mary Ann
Alexander, Isabelle
Allan, Janie
Allen, Doreen
Allen, Greta
Allen, Helen
Allen, Margaret
Allen, Mary
Andrews, Constance
Andrews, Edith Mary
Ansell, Gertrude Mary
Archdale, Helen
Archibald, Louise
Armitage, Lilian
Armstrong, Evelyn
Armstrong, Kathleen
Armstrong, Laura
Armstrong, Nora
Arnes, Helen
Arscott, Jessie
Arthur, Janet
Arton, Evelyn
Asquith, Lily
Atheling, Lelegarde
Atkinson, Helen
Atkinson, Jane
Atkinson, Robert
Auld, Constance
Auld, Winifred
Aves, Miss
Aylmer, Audrey
Ayrton, Barbara
Bacon, N
Baines, Jennie
Baker, Annie
Baker, Frances
Baker, Lizzie
Baldock, Ethel
Baldock, Minnie
Bales, Agnes
Ball, Edith Warwick
Ball, Ethel
Ball, Gennie
Ball, Lilian
Ball, William
Ballan, Gertrude
Bank, Harry
Barber, Grace
Bard, Kate
Bardsley, K
Barnes, Dorothy
Barnet, M
Barnwell, Ellen
Barrett, Pattie
Barrett, Rachel
Barrowman, Janet
Bartlett, Elsie
Bartlett, Frances
Barton, Alice
Bartrum, Doris
Batchelor, Mrs
Beach, Ivy
Beckett, Ethel
Beevers, Ellen
Bell, Annie
Benett, Sarah
Berkeley, Elizabeth
Biggs, Annie
Billing, Elizabeth
Billinghurst, R May
Billington, Teresa
Binnie, Norah
Blackledge, E
Bland, Violet
Bogan, Janette
Boileau, Lily
Bonn, Ivy
Borovisky, L
Borrmann-Wells, Mrs
Borty, James
Bourchier, Dr Helen
Bourton, Susan
Boutelle, Grace
Bouvier Eugénie
Bower, Charlotte
Bower, Emma
Bowker, Dorothy
Boyd, Janet
Boyle, Diana
Boyle, Nina
Brackenbury, Georgina
Brackenbury, Hilda
Brackenbury, Marie
Brady, Phyllis
Brailsford, Frank
Brailsford, Jane
Brand, Miss
Brandon, Emily
Branson, Grace Mary
Bray, Constance
Bray, Winifred
Bremner, E
Brewster, Bertha
Bright, Florence
Brindley, Maud Mary
Bristy, Alice
Broadhurst, Katherine
Brook, Gertrude
Brooke, Ellen
Broughton, Miss
Brown, Alice Ward
Brown, Amelia
Brown, Caroline
Brown, Elsie
Brown, Jessie
Brown, Kathleen
Brown, Margaret Jane
Brown, Mary
Brown, Mrs Shaw
Browne, Millicent
Bryant, Violet
Bryer, Constance
Buckton, Agnes
Bull, Amy
Bumpstead, Grace
Bunter, Miss
Bunting, Jane Legate
Burbridge, Grace
Burkett, Mrs
Burkitt, Hilda
Burley, Florence
Burns, Lucy
Burrows, Mary
Burton, Alice
Bushell, Mrs
Cairns, Ida
Cairns, Isabel
Callender, Mary Doris
Calway, Mary
Cameron, Mrs
Cameron, Greta
Campbell, Lucy
Canning, Florence
Capper, Mabel
Carde, Kate Gordon
Carlin, Miss
Carlyn, Mary
Carrett, Eliza
Carter, Josephine
Carwin, Sarah
Casey, Eileen
Casey, Emma
Casey, Irene
Casey, Isabelle
Caunter, Antonia
Cave, Helen Cassandra
Chambers, Constance
Chapin, Mrs
Chapman, Florence
Chappelow, Grace
Charlton, Emily
Charter, Margaret
Chatterton, Ada
Chatterton, Alice
Chesshire, Evelyn
Cimino, Emilia
Clapson, Olive
Clarence, Edith
Clark, Alan
Clarke, Emily
Clarke, Helen
Clarke, Mary
Clarkson, Florence
Clayton, Edwy Godwin
Clayton, Margaret
Clifford, Cecilia
Clyde, Constance
Coates, Janet
Cobbe, Lilian
Cobden-Sanderson, Anne
Codd, Clara
Cohen, Leonora
Colley, Margaret Davis
Collie, E
Collier, Constance Louise
Collier, E
Collier, H
Collins, -
Conley, Emily
Connelly, Dina
Connor-Smith, Aileen
Conway, Kate Cecilia
Cook, Grace Muriel
Cook, Gwendoline
Cook, Mrs Kelindale
Cooke, Florence
Cooper, Jane
Cooper, Mary
Cooper, Ruth
Corbett, Catherine
Corcoran, Kathleen
Corner, Sarah
Corson, A D
Cousins, Margaret
Cove, Miss
Cowen, Molly Dubree
Cowley, Emily
Cox, Ethel
Craggs, Helen
Craies, Agathoniki
Craig, Annie
Craig, Constance
Crawfurd, Helen
Crees, Sarah
Criddle, Helen
Crocker, Ellen
Croft, John Edward
Cross, Hilda
Crow, Lizzie
Crummer, Kathleen
Cubley, Matilda
Cullen, Louisa
Cumberland, Jessie Landelle
Cummins, Elsie
Cunard, Ida
Curwin, Sarah
Dalglish, Elsie
Dallas, Irene
Daring, Joan
Davidson, Miss
Davies, Edith
Davies, Elizabeth
Davis, Alice
Davis, Caley
Davison, Emily Wilding
Dean, Edward
Deane, Millicent
Dear, Nina
Denny, James
de Roxe, Mabel
Despard, Charlotte
Dew, Margaret
Dickinson, Frances
Dickinson, Margaret
Dodgson, Mary Boyd
Doudney, Violet Mary
Douglas, Miss
Douglas-Smith, K
Dove-Wilcox, Lilian
Dowding, Eleanor
Dowling, Bourke
Downie, Marion
Downing, C Lowndes
Downing, Edith Elizabeth
Draper, Lillie
Drever, Joan
Drummond, Flora
Drysdale Bessie
Dugdale, Joan
Dugdale, Una
Duna, Mrs
Duncan, Margaret Susan
Dunlop, Marion Wallace
Durham, Alice Lilla
Duval, Barbara
Duval, Emily
Duval, Elsie
Duval, Norah
Duval, Victor
Earl, Mrs
East, Mary
Eates, Louise
Ede, Dr Frances
Edwards, Blanche
Edwards, Marie
Edwards, Maude
Elam, Bertha
Eldridge, Clara
Eldridge, Martha
Elliott, Eleanor
Elliott, Mildred
Emerson, Kathleen
Emerson, Ruth
Emerson, Zelie
Entwistle, Louisa
Evans, Alice
Evans, Dorothy
Evans, Elise
Evans, Gladys
Evans, Kate W
Evans, Marie Winton
Fagg, E M
Fahey, Caprina
Faintheart, Lydia
Farmer, Alice
Farmer, Florence
Farquhar, Fanny
Farquhar, Margaret
Fausten, Mary
Feek, Florence
Fernie, Emily
Field, Louise
Fielding, Annie
Filshill, Helen Anderson
Filshill, Jessie
Finlayson-Gould, Elizabeth
Firth, -
Fisher, Marjorie
Fison, Alice
Fison, Margaret
Fitzherbet, Maude
Flatman, Ada S
Floyd, Lettice
Fontain, Olive Faith
Forbes-Robertson, Miss
Ford, D
Ford, Robert
Forrester, Lilian Williamson
Forsyth, Lall
Fowler, Emma
Fox, Norah Dacre
Francis, Gertrude
Franklin, Frances
Franklin, Hugh
Fraser, Anne
Frazer, Mary
Freeman, Elizabeth
Freeman, Maud
Freeth, Lilian
Fricker, E
Fiedlaender, V Helen
Frisby, Elizabeth
Frith, Henrietta
Fry, Selina
Fussell, Emily Victoria
Fussell, Maud
Gait, J R
Gargett, Laura
Garnett, Theresa
Garrett, Eliza
Garrett-Anderson, Dr Elizabeth
Garth, Mary
Gaskell, E Penn
Gatty, Katharine Gillett
Gawthorpe, Mary
Gay, Louisa
Geddie, Mrs
Gibb, Ellison
Gibb, Elizabeth
Gibb, Margaret
Gibbs, Mary
Gibbons, Miss
Gibson, Janet
Gillett, E
Gillett, Lilian
Girling, Jessie Laura
Giveen, Clara Elizabeth
Gliksten, Millie
Glover, Nestie
Glyde, Mrs
Godfrey, Ellen
Godfrey, Violet
Gonne, Charles
Goodliffe, Mary
Goodman, Mary Penelope
Gordon, Elizabeth
Gordon, Elsie
Gordon, Frances
Gough, Theresa
Goulden-Bach, Ada S
Graham, Alison
Graham, Freda
Graham, Margaret
Graham, Rachel
Grand, H
Grant, Evelyn
Grant, Georgina
Graves, Florence
Gray, Charles
Gray, Mary
Green, Alice
Green, Cecil
Green, Janette
Green, Kathleen
Green, Marion
Greig, Annie
Greive, N
Grey, Jane
Grey, Jeanette
Grey, Laura
Grey, Mary
Griffiths, Charlotte
Griffiths, Claire
Gurney, Agnes Brita
Gye, Elsa
Hackey, Mary
Haig, Cecilia
Haig, Charlotte
Haig, Evelyn Cotton
Haig, Florence
Haley, Margaret
Hall, Alice
Hall, Emmeline
Hall, Nellie
Hall, Pattie
Hambling, Evelyn
Hardie, Dr Mabel
Haslam, Edith
Hatten, Esther
Haverfield, The Hon Evelina
Hawkins, Alice
Hay, Nellie
Haywood, Hannah
Hazel, Gladys Mary
Healiss, Georgina
Heasman, Harriet
Heliss, Mary
Helliwell, Fanny
Helliwell, Lily
Helsby, Elsie
Hemming, Laura
Henderson, Juliette
Henderson, Marguerite
Hendry, Jane
Henry, Agnes
Hepple, Miss
Herrick, Elizabeth
Hesmondhalgh, Elizabeth
Hetherington, Amy
Heward, Jessie
Hewitt, Miss
Hewitt, Mary
Hickling, Lilian
Hicks, Amy
Hicks, Martha Lilian
Higgins, Annie
Higgins, Elizabeth
Higginson, Eleanor
Hill, J K
Hillier, Mrs
Hilsdon, Charles
Hilton, Mrs
Hirst, Mrs Cobden
Hocken, Olive
Hodgson, Grace
Hodgson, Joan
Hogg, Julia
Holder, -
Holland, Mary
Holme, Vera
Holmes, Marion
Holst, -
Home, Mary
Hope, May
Hopkins, Margaret
Hopson, Annie
Houlton, Elsie
Housman, Clemence
Houston, Kathleen
How-Martyn, Edith
Howes, Beatrice
Howey, Elsie
Howey, Mary
Huddleston, Edith
Hudson, Edith
Hughes, Beatrix
Hughes, Mollie
Hull, Florence
Hull, Louisa
Humphrey, Anne
Humphrey, Mary
Hunt, Annie
Hunt, Florence
Hunt, Mabel
Huntingdon, Hannah
Hutchen, William
Hutchinson, Hannah
Hyde, Marianne
Ibbotson, Olive
Impey, Elizabeth
Inglis, I
Inkley, Ida
Irving, Isabel
Isaacs, Mary
Jack, Ellen
Jackson, Jane
Jacob, Edith
Jacobs, Eleanor
Jacobs, George
James, Margaret
Jameson, Julia
Jarvis, Kathleen
Jeffcott, Olivia
Jeffrey, Violet
Jenkins, Amelia
Jenkins, Ernest
Jerome, Veronica
Jewson, Lydia
Joachim, Maud
John, Nancy
Johnson, David
Johnson, Grace
Johnson, Henry
Johnstone, Miss
Joing, Harry
Jolly, Caro Bray
Jones, Beatrice
Jones, Hope
Jones, Martha
Jones, Mary R
Jones, Violet Mary
Jones, Winifred
Joseph, Leah
Joule, Barbara
Julian, Peggy
Keane, K
Keegan, Mary
Keeling, Rachel
Keevil, Gladice
Keller, L Phyllis
Kelly, Agnes
Kelly, Garvey (Mrs)
Kelly, Isabel
Kennedy, Katherine
Kenney, Annie
Kenney, Jessie
Kenney, Nellie
Kenyon, Esther
Ker, Alice J, Dr
Ker, Margaret Louise
Kern, Amelia
Kerr, Constance
Kerr, Herriet Roberta
Kerr, Marie
Kerwen, Nellie
Kerwood, Edith
Key, Mildred
King, Edith
King, Marian
Kirby, Alice
Kirby, Mabel
Knight, Adelaide
Knight, Dr Elizabeth
Knight, Rose Amanda
Knight, Sarah
Lackey, Norah Kathleen
Lacon, Annie
Laing, F
Laing, Jessie Jane
Lake, Constance,
Lamartine-Yates, Rose
Lamb, Aeta
Lambert, Clare
Lambert, Lena
Lane, A
Lane, Catherine
Lane, Mary
Lang, Miss
Langford, Emily
Lansbury, Annie
Lansbury, George
Lansbury, William
Law, Cecilie
Lawes, Jessie
Lawless, Leslie
Laycock, Louisa
Lee, Lilian
Lehman, C L
Leigh, Alice
Leigh, Dora
Leigh, Mary
Lenanton, Grace
Lennox, Geraldine
Lenton, Lilian
Lethune, Mary
Liddle, Helen Gordon
Lilley, Kate
Lilley, Louise
Lilley, P
Lillingston, Amy
Lindsay, Mary Ogilvy
Linscott, M P
Llewellyn, Gertrude
Llewhellin, Olive
Lloyd, Georgina
Lloyd, Maude
Lockwood, Jane
Logan, Norah
Lomax, Jane
Lovell, Florence
Lowy, Mrs E
Lowy, Ethel
Lowy, Gertrude
Lowy, Henriette
Lummis, E C
Lytton, Lady Constance
McAlpine, Mrs Caxton
McArpon, Gaston
McArthur, Elizabeth
McCallum, Jennie
McCarthy, Adelaide
McCarthy, Eileen
MacDermott, Delia
McDiarmid, Mrs
MacDonald, Mrs Meredith
McDonald, Agnes
McDonal, Mrs Harry
McEwan, Donald
Macfarlane, Florence
Macfarlane, Margaret
Macarlane, Marjorie
Macfarlane, Maxine
Mackay, Georgina
McLeod, Robina
McPhun, Florence
McPhun, Margaret
Macrae, Georgina
Macrae, Helen
Mackworth, Margaret
Maloney, Miss
Manders, John
Manesta, Evelyn
Manning, Edmee
Manning, Geraldine
Mansell, Mildred Ella
Manson, Grace Mary
Manson, Katherine
Margesson, Kathleen
Marion, Kitty
Markwick, Charlotte
Marsden, Dora
Marsden, Lena
Marsden, Mildred
Marsh, Charlotte
Marshall, Emily Kitty
Marshall, Ida
Marson, Miss
Martell, Mrs
Martin, Alison
Martin, Mary Beatrice
Martin, May Sophia
Martin, Selina
Masters, Marjore
Matters, Muriel
May, Alice
Mayo, Winifred
Medd-Hall, Leonie
Melford, Jackeydaura
Meredith, Helen
Metge, Lilian
Methuen, J C
Miles, Mary Louise
Mill, Mary
Miller, Irene
Milne, Alice
Mills, Kate
Mitchell, Grace
Mitchell, Hannah
Mitchell, Hester
Mitchell, Irene
Mitchell, Lilias
Mitchell, Mary Anne
Mocatta, Ada
Moffat, Kate
Moffat, Maggie
Moloney, Dorothy
Monck-Mason, Alice
Montefiore, Dora
Montgomery, Mary
Moor, Alice
Moore, C
Moore, Marie Charlotte
Moore, Mrs
Moorhead, Ethel
Morris, Bessie
Morris, Caroline
Morris, Lily
Morris, Mary
Morris, Poppy
Morrisey, Alice
Morrisey, S
Morrison, Margaret
Morrison, Mary
Morrow, Mrs
Moses, Mrs
Moullin, Ruth Mansell
Muir, Anne
Muir, Madge
Muir, Mary
Mulligan, Mr
Munro, Anna
Murphy, Jane
Murphy, Margaret
Murray, Dr Flora
Murray, Mrs Guthrie
Myer, Annie
Myer, Vera
Myers, Elsa
Myers, May Louise
Napier, Miss
Nash, Mary
Naylor, Marie
Neilans, Alison
Neave, Nellie
Neill, Marie
Nesbitt, M C
Neville, Nora
New, Edith
New, Violet
Newby, M du Sautoy
Newton, Nora
Nicholson, Kathleen
Noble, Alice
Noblett, Kate
Norbury, Lilian
Norris, Lucy
North, Mabel
North, Phyllis
Norton, A Nancy
Nugent, Constance
Nupsia, Miss
Oates, Verity
Offord, Daisy
Older, Ann Alice
O'Kell, Kathleen
O'Kell, Rose
O'Mahoney, Miss
O'Sullivan, Annie
Paget, Kathleen
Paige, Robson
Palethorpe, Fanny Davidson
Palethorpe, Mary Cox
Palmer, Margarite
Pankhurst, Adela
Pankhurst, Christable
Pankhurst, Emmeline
Pankhurst, Sylvia
Parker, Annie
Parker, Frances
Pascoe, Jane
Pascoe, Mary
Paterson, Margaret
Paul, Alice
Paxton, Helen
Peace, Rachel
Pearce, Miss
Pearson, Elsie
Pearson, Mary
Pearson, Nance Seymour
Pease, Fanny
Pendred, Pleasance
Pepper, Beatrice
Peter, Madeline
Pethick, Dorothy
Pethick, Dr Marie
Pethick-Lawrence, Emmeline
Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William
Phillips, Henry
Phillips, Julia
Phillips, Louise
Phillips, Mary
Pickering, Julia
Pilkington, Katherine
Pinnance, Elizabeth
Pitfield, Ellen
Pitman, Ellen
Pogson, Sarah
Porlocke, Marion
Postlethwaite, Mary
Potbury, Isabelle
Potbury, Merlet Adelaide
Pratt, Dolphine
Pratt, Miriam
Price, Edith Mary
Price, Frances
Price, Lizzie
Procter, Zoe
Purser, Mrs
Quinn, Miss
Radclyffe, Dorothy
Radclyffe, F E
Ramsay, Miss
Rawle, Mary Anne
Rawson, Miss
Ray, Heron
Redfern, Adeline
Redhead, Mary
Reid, Dr
Reid, E
Reinold, Mrs
Rennie, Enid
Reye, Hélène
Reynolds, Margaret
Rice, Ada
Rice, Charlotte
Rice, Helen
Richards, Cathleen
Richardson, Mary
Richmond, Katherine
Rigby, Edith
Rix, Winifred
Roberts, Alice
Roberts, Elizabeth
Roberts, Gladys
Roberts, Mrs
Roberts, M Adair
Roberts, William
Robertson, Flora
Robinson, Arnott Erskine
Robinson, M K
Robinson, Margaret
Robinson, Rona
Rock, Dorothea Merlet
Rock, Madeline Caron
Rodney, Marie Forest
Roe, Grace
Rogers, Margaret
Rogers, Marie McGregor
Rolfe, Frank
Rose, Alice
Rothwell, Kathleen Roy
Rowe, Frances
Rowlatt, Margaret
Rowles, Hilda
Rozier, Emma
Rozier, Harriet
Rusbrooke, Edith
Russell, Florence
Russell, Louise
Ryan, Dora
Ryan, Harry
Ryland, Bertha
Sadd-Brown, Myra
Sainty, Hepzibah
Saltonstall, Lavinia
Sanborne, Florence
Sanders, Beatrice
Sanderson, Amy
Satterley, Mrs
Savage, -
Scawthorne, Mrs
Schofield, Elizabeth
Scholefield, Mabel Murell
Scott, Arabella
Scott, Emmeline
Scott, Isabella
Scott, Julia
Scott, Margaret
Scott, Muriel Eleanor
Schuster, Elsa
Scrimgeour, Mrs
Scully, Michael
Seaton, Ethel
Selkirk, Mary
Semple, Bessie
Sennett, Maud Arncliffe
Sentance, Ethel
Sentance, Gertrude
Seruya, Sime
Sewell, Cicely
Seymour, Isabel
Shales, Daisy
Shallard, Amy
Shallard, Dorothy
Shallard, Emma
Sharp, Evelyn
Shaw, C Howard Mrs
Shaw, Gertrude
Sheehy-Skeffington, Hannah
Sheppard, Genie
Sheppard, Hannah
Sheppard, Louise
Shipley, Alice Maud
Short, Jane
Sidley, Marguerie
Sidley, Mrs
Simmons, Ada
Simmons, Elizabeth
Simmons, G Holt White Mrs
Simmons, T Bayard
Simpson, F J
Simpson, May
Slade, Ethel Annie
Slater, Sarah
Small, Mabel
Small, Margaret
Smart, K
Smart, Laura
Smart, Nancy
Smith, Aileen Connor
Smith, Alice
Smith, Ann
Smith, Bessie
Smith, Mrs Chalmers
Smith, Dorothy
Smith, Dr Dorothea Chalmers
Smith, Ellen
Smith, Enuncita
Smith, Jane
Smith, Jessie
Smith, Kate
Smith, Margaret Drew Frazer
Smith, Mary
Smith, Olivia
Smith, P
Smith, Lady Sybil
Smith, Winifred
Smithies-Taylor, Mary
Smyth, Emma
Smyth, Dr Ethel
Smyth, Lilian
Smyth, Louisa
Smyth, Norah
Solomon, Daisy D
Solomon, Georgina M
Soskice, Dr
Sotheran, Beatrice
Sotheran, Florence
Spanton, Helen
Spanton, Margaret
Sparborough, Jane
Spence, Maud
Spencer, Mary
Spencer, Dorothy
Spencer, Stella Lavinia
Spong, Dora
Spong, Florence
Spong, Irene
Sproson, Emma
Stacey, Edith
Stack, Charlotte
Stanley, Emma
Steele, Mrs
Steer, Janette
Stephenson, Elsie May
Stephenson, Jessie
Stevens, Mary
Stevenson, Blanche
Stevenson, Eva
Stevenson, Mr
Stewart, Mary
Stuart, Grace
Stuart, Gertrude
Stone, Elizabeth
Stone, George
Strange, Nora
Streatfeild, Fanny
Streatfeild, Kathleen
Summers, Ada
Swain, Cornelia Robina
Swain, Catherine
Swan, Annie
Swan, Mrs Cameron
Swan, D
Swan, Vera
Syme, Anne Fraser
Symon, Elizabeth
Symons, M Travers
Sutor, Alan
Tanner, Kathleen
Taylor, Evelyn
Taylor, Mrs
Taylor, Jennie
Taylor, Mary Alice
Taylor, Rosalie
Terrero, Jane
Thewiss, Dora
Thomas, Ethel
Thomas, Isabel
Thompson, Elizabeth
Thompson, Frances
Thompson, Louise
Thompson, Margaret Eleanor
Thompson, Mary Dawes
Thomson, Edith
Thoy, Annie
Till, Florence
Tillard, Irene
Tillard, Violet
Titterington, Amy
Tollemache, Aethel
Tollemache, Grace
Tolson, Catherine
Tolson, Helen
Towler, Rose
Townend, Mary King
Townsend, Caroline
Townsend, Rachel
Toyn, Alice
Trant, Charles
Trott, Kathleen
Tucker, M A
Tunks, Florence
Turner, M S
Tyson, Leonora
Tyson, M
Underwood, Ruth
Valentine, Marie
van Sandau, Matilda Wolff
Varley, Julia
Vaughan, Gertrude
Vertue, -
Vidley, Lilian
Vincent, Alice
Walker, Alice
Walker, Jessica
Walker, Melvine
Wallace, Janette
Waller, Marie Louise
Wallis, Margaret
Walsh, Annie
Walsh, Kate
Walters, Alice
Waltenstall, Lavinia
Walton, Olive Grace
Walton, V G
Ward, Florence
Ware, Eileen
Watkins, Mrs
Watson, Bertha
Watson, Dorothy
Watson, Eva
Watson, Horatia
Watt, Susan
Watts, Helen Kirkpatrick
Webb, Annie
Webb, Hilda
Webber, Charles
Wells, Miss
Wentworth, Vera
West, Dulcie
West, Florence
West, Margaret
Wharry, Evelyn
Wharry, Olive
White, E M
Wheeler, Annie
Whiteley, Edgar
Whitworth, Edith
Whitworth, Mary
Wilcox, Mary
Wilde, Adeline Redfern
Wilkes, Mark
Wilkinson, Gertrude
Wilkinson, Mabel
Wilkinson, Sarah Anne
Williams, Florence
Williams, Frances
Williams, Gertrude
Williams, Grace
Willson, Laura Annie
Wilson, A Agnes
Wilson, Catherine
Wilson, Eva
Wilson, S C
Wingrove, Edith Audrey
Wise, F
Wiseman, Mrs
Withall, Letitia (Leslie Hall)
Wood, Chrystabel
Wood, Florence
Wood, Julia
Wood, Mary
Woodburn, Amy
Woodlock, Patricia
Woolridge, Mary
Worthington, Mrs
Wortman, Margaret
Wright, Ada Cecile
Wright, Isa
Wright, Alice Morgan
Wykes, Annie
Wylie, Barbara
Wylie, Emma
Wyatt, Aubrey
Yates, Hannah
Yorke, Norah
Young, Cecilia
Young, Dorothy
Young, Elizabeth
Young, E Phoebe
Young, Marie
Young, William

Summons, press cuttings and printed ephemera  7LAC/3  c.1907-1968

Former reference: 7/XXX4/3

1 item

Relating to Mrs Lacon's own imprisonment and suffrage activity in 1907; including a postcard from Emmeline Pankhurst (described as 7LAC/3/5).

Feed My Lambs  7LAC/3/5  17 Nov 1905

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/3/5; 7/XXX4/3/5

1 object

Poor condition. Brown adhesive marking from sticky tape Recto and Verso. Some brown staining. The card has yellowed and the ink hand writing faded. Production method: printed in ink from a wood cut.

Postcard of a design possibly by Sylvia Pankhurst, a wood cut print in black on cream card of a woman in a cloak, feeding a child from a bowl. The postcard is from Emmeline Pankhurst to Annie Lacon, manuscript on the reverse, with one postage stamp.

They Couldn't Stop Us  7LAC/4  1957

Former reference: 7/XXX4/4

1 pamphlet

Accounts of their experiences in 1909-1913 by Margaret and Mary Thompson, published in 1957 when the sisters were aged 92 and 90

Photographs  7LAC/5  1950s-1960s

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/5; 7/XXX4/5

3 objects

Mrs Lacon (2 photographs) and one of her with Margaret Bondfield in 1950.

Annie Lacon  7LAC/5/1  c.1960

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/5/1; 7/XXX4/5a; 7/XXX4/5/1

1 object

Poor condition. Grey reflective sheen from grease, especially in the bottom left quarter. Scratches to the surface including one very noticable on the subject's face. Production method: gelatin silver print

Black and white portrait photograph of Annie Lacon, an elderly woman, upper body only, sitting with hands folded, in a room with floral wallpaper behind. She is wearing a three-strand necklace.

Annie Lacon  7LAC/5/2  c.1960

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/5/2; XXX4/5b; 7/XXX4/5/2

1 object

Greyish reflective sheen from grease in the bottom quarter, curling slightly. Production method: gelatin silver print

Black and white portrait photograph of Annie Lacon, an elderly woman, sitting with hands folded. She is wearing a three-strand necklace.

Annie Lacon and Margaret Bondfield  7LAC/5/3  1950

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/5/3; 7/XXX4/5c; 7/XXX4/5/3

1 object

Some scratches to the surface. Production method: gelatin silver print

Black and white photograph of Annie Lacon (left) and Margaret Bondfield (right) speaking together, head and shoulders only. Both are elderly women wearing spectacles and a hat, Lacon with a square brooch and three strand necklace.

Printed Ephemera  7LAC/6  c.1960-c.1970

Former reference: 7/XXX4/6

1 folder

Programmes, postcards etc. celebrating suffrage activities (a detailed description of 7LAC/6/4 is given below).

Emmeline Pankhurst  7LAC/6/4  Dec 1978

Former reference: CM Object/ 7/LAC/6/4

1 object

Creasing / damage from a paper clip top right corner. Yellow marks from an adhesive top left quarter of reverse. Production method: mechanical colour print reproduction of a painting.

Postcard of a portrait painting of Emmeline Pankhurst in 1927, as an elderly woman, upper body, wearing a coat with fur collar and cuffs, against a brown background. Painted by: Georgina Brackenbury, original held at The National Portrait Gallery. On the reverse is a message manuscript in black, to Ernie [possibly Ernestine Smith] from Maureen and baby, with no stamp.

The records described on this page are held by London Metropolitan University, The Women's Library