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100 1  Sidgwick, Eleanor Mildred,|d1845-1936. 
245 14 The progress of the women's suffrage movement, /|cby Mrs. 
       Henry Sidgwick. Presidential address to the Cambridge 
       branch of the C. & U.W.F.A. at the annual meeting on May 
       23rd, 1913. 
264  1 Cambridge :|bBowes & Bowes,|c1913. 
300    1 online resource (8 pages). 
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490 1  Susan B. Anthony anthology 
500    Cover-title. 
500    At head of title: Conservative and Unionist Women's 
       Franchise Association. 
500    Original document: Book. 
500    GMD: electronic resource. 
520    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 â„“movement 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." 
650  0 Women|xSuffrage|zGreat Britain. 
710 2  Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Association. 
830  0 Susan B. Anthony anthology. 
830  0 BiblioBoard Core module. 
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