A look at how the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) created vibrant, iconic, and theatrical demonstrations to get their message across.
Held a week before the coronation of George V, this was intended to enlist the King’s support for the proposed Conciliation Bill that would have given some women the vote.
The four-mile procession through central London culminated in a rally at the Royal Albert Hall, and involved over 60,000 delegates from both regional and international suffrage groups dressed in national and historical costume.
From 1910 The Prisoners' Pageant formed the most dramatic section of all Suffragette processions, and usually included leading members of the Women's Social and Political Union.
As well as carrying their own imposing prisoner's banners, individuals also carried smaller emblems symbolic of imprisonment.
For Women’s Sunday, Flora was responsible for all seven processions arriving safely in Hyde Park in time for the speeches.
The week before the event, Votes for Women defined Drummond's role: 'She will be in constant touch with every one of the processions, and will make it her business to see that every one of them is in marching order, and that all the arrangements are complete and satisfactory'.