Suffragist Pilgrims at Clayton


LSE Library

LSE Library
London, United Kingdom

Postcard, cardboard, printed, white border along bottom edge, black text, monochrome photographic group portrait of suffragists on the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies suffrage pilgrimage, some holding bicycles, standing with a suffragist van at a fork in the road, in the Sussex countryside, signpost in the foreground reads: 'TO BRIGHTON, TO KEYMER & DITCHLING, TO LONDON', manuscript inscription front: 'The Suffragist Pilgrims at Clayton', manuscript inscription reverse: '21 Jul the 'Brighton Road' Pilgrimage. Miss Merrifield , the organiser of the 'Brighton Road' Pilgrimage standing in front immediately between the figures in the van. The cycle corps, arranged in a row, warn motorists of the approach on the Pilgrims, & sell the 'Common Cause''.


  • Title: Suffragist Pilgrims at Clayton
  • Date Created: 1913
  • Type: Artifact
  • Original Source: LSE Library

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