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Discrete CollectionsThe Women's Library
TitlePepper, Miss Edith
Ref No8SUF/B/045
Box Fetch NoBox 1
LevelFile
Date27 Apr 1975
Extent1 interview
DescriptionInterview is currently unavailable due to technical issues with the recording.
Interview took place at 2 Primrose Avenue, Urmston, Manchester.
Interview summary:
Her father. Her theosophical beliefs. Her siblings and their careers. Family attitudes to her joining the Women's Social & Political Union. Her relationship with the police during deputations to parliament. Social and intellectual life in Manchester in the early 20th century. Her political beliefs. Mary Gawthorpe. Morris dancing as a teenager, under Mary Neal. Church League for Women's Suffrage in Salford. Family life during her childhood. The Easts at Gunnersbury, suffragists who put her up when on London deputations. Prison life in Holloway.
Access StatusUnavailable - at or Awaiting Conservation
Former Reference NumberTape 11
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