At head of title: Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Association.
Original document: Book.
This moving address given by Mrs. Henry Sidgwick to the Cambridge Brance of the Conservative and Unionist Women's Suffrage Association brings to light the struggles suffragettes faced during their fight for equality. Sidgwick writes: "It seems to me sometimes that we do not cheer ourselves as much as we might by thinking of the immense strides our ℓmovement has made in the last fifty years; so, I propose to say a few words about it this afternoon, although there is not of course anything very new to say. For we need cheering."