Ulster Women & Suffrage

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This section contains newspaper clippings regarding the women of Ulster in relation to the rise of the Suffragette movement, the founding of the Ulster Volunteer Nursing Corps, the Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps - Ulster nurses of the Voluntary Aid Detachment, the Ulster Women’s Unionist Council and the Ulster Volunteer Signallers Corps.

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The Burning of Ballymenoch House'
Belfast Assizes: The Criminal Calendar'
Suffragist Poster Parade in Belfast'
Sir Edward Carson: Arrival in Belfast'
Sir Edward Carson's Visit: Deputation of Suffragists'
1912: The Year's Events'
"You Are A Coward": Suffragists and First Lord - An Encounter in London'
Why Wait At Home For It? How They Love Each Other'
Expert on Explosives: Major Cooper Key'
Wanted to Petition King'
Mrs. Despard: A Pioneer of the Woman's Cause to Speak at Bangor'
The Suffragist Candidate: Mr. Holfard Knight'
The Suffrage Split'
Real Bomb This Time: Grave Scottish Outrage - Attempt to Blow Up Observatory'
Suffragist Bomb Outrage: Startling Glasgow Affair - Watchman's Narrow Escape'
Served Her Right: Woman Burns Herself'
"Suffragette" and Mr. Churchill'
Suffragist Campaign: Dorothy Evans on Trial - Scenes at the Courthouse'