This is the Plymouth Corn Exchange. A building that you can still visit today. This is where the suffragists would meet to plan protests, talk about their cause and learn from each other. In 1909, suffragists in this league numbered 9000 across the county! One of the ways the suffragists peacefully protested was by writing "VOTES FOR WOMEN" on important documents the government needed to run. Sort of like instead of doing your homework, you wrote "VOTES FOR WOMEN" instead!
In collection(s): (Actual)Is Violence the Answer? Struggle and Suffrage in Plymouth
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