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Priestley, Philip.
Victorian Prison Lives: English Prison Biography, 1830-1914
(Methuen, 1985). Hardback. Good+ in dustwrapper. xviii + 311pp. Order No. NSBK-A298
Keywords: 0416347703, biography, biographies, prison, gaol, jail, prisons, jails, England, English, Britain, British, gaols, crime, criminals, criminal, law and order, prisoner, prisoners, incarceration, prison administration, autobiography, autobiographies, autobiographical, imprisonment, imprison
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Speed, P.F.
Police and Prisons:
(Longman, 12th impression, 1988). Then and There Series. Paperback. Ex library with usual library stamps and stickers, otherwise good. iv + 106pp. Order No. NSBK-A13586
Keywords: 0582204127, gaols, prisons, prison, crime, criminals, criminal, police, policemen, policeman, history, transportation, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, 19th century, Victorian, nineteenth century, Robert Peel, John Howard
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Narayan, Jayaprakash.
Prison Diary:
(Washington UP, 1977). Edited and with an introduction by A. B. Shah. Hardback. Very good in slightly chipped and faded dustwrapper. 134pp. Order No. NSBK-A7437
Keywords: 0295956135, prison, diary, diaries, Jayaprakash Narayan, autobiographical, autobiography, life history, life histories, Indian, Indira Ghandi, Congress party, Mohandas Ghandi, Congress-Socialist party, India
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Among the Broad-Arrow Men: A Plain Account of English Prison Life
(A & C Black, 1924). With nine page illustrations. Hardback. Boards scratched, spine slightly torn, otherwise good. viii + 191pp. Order No. NSBK-A10445
Keywords: B00087NS90, Leicester Gaol, gaols, jails, prisons, prisoners, crime, criminals, inmates, Britain, British, twentieth century, England, English history, gaolbirds, jailbirds, convicts, punishment, cells
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Pack of 10 Suffragette Greetings Cards, .
Torturing Women in Prison: Vote Against the Government
(Portrayer Publishers, 2009). Pack of 10 greetings cards (all featuring the same design). Card measurements are 6 inches high by 4 inches wide and each card is complete with cellophane wrapper and envelope. Blank interiors for your own message or for any occasion. The image, printed in vibrant colours, is taken from suffragette poster, originally produced by The National Women's Social and Political Union. It shows a prison cell in which a woman is being forcibly held down in a chair by a man and a woman, whilst another man pours liquid down a tube into the woman's nose. Written on the prison wall are the words votes for women. Please note that the sample electronic image, unlike the cards themselves, is watermarked and reduced in quality, to prevent image theft. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C14485
Keywords: suffrage, suffragette, suffragist, women's rights, Votes for Women, women and politics, women's politics, politics, Britain, British, England, English, history, greeting card, greeting cards, cards, suffragette images, suffragettes, propaganda, suffrage imagery, card, picture, pictures, art, artist, artists, suffragette art, art, arts, artistry, illustration, illustrations, twentieth century, 20th century, twentieth century, portrayer, portrayer publishers, suffragette greetings cards, greetings card, Christmas gifts, suffragette ephemera, new, prisons, jails, gaols
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Miller, Sally M.
From Prairie to Prison: The Life of Social Activist Kate Richards O'Hare
(Missouri UP, 1993). Hardback. Very good+ in very slightly creased dustwrapper. xv + 261pp. Order No. NSBK-C12314
Keywords: 0826208983, twentieth century, Kate Richards O'Hare, prairies, prisons, jails, gaols, US, USA, United States, United States of America, America, American, The States, women activists, espionage, World War 1, World War One, World War I, First World War, Great War, wars, warfare, twentieth century, 20th, Red Kate, socialism, socialists, politics, political, politicians, government, Kansas, Missouri, temperance, Socialist Party of America
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Mintz, Steven.
A Prison of Expectations: The Family in Victorian Culture
(New York UP, 1983). Hardback. Very good in slightly edgeworn dustwrapper. xiii + 234pp. Order No. NSBK-A11601
Keywords: 0814753884, Victorian, Victorian period, nineteenth century, 19th, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, family, families
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Suffragette Poster, .
Torturing Women in Prison: Vote Against the Government
(Portrayer Publishers, reprint, 2003). A modern reproduction of this suffragette poster, originally produced by The National Women's Social and Political Union. Printed with archival inks on premium paper (200 GSM, Silk Art, photographic print). Size of the paper is 450mm x 320mm and image is approx 435mm x 305mm. Poster shows a prison cell in which a woman is being forcibly held down in a chair by a man and a woman, whilst another man pours liquid down a tube into the woman's nose. Written on the prison wall are the words "votes for women". Poster. Brand new, fine. pp. Order No. NSBK-C6877
Keywords: B001F12JES, Portrayer Publishers, suffragettes, suffragette poster, suffragette posters, Votes for Women, woman suffrage, history, women, enfranchisement, franchise, women's movement, politics, England, English, cartoons, suffrage, politics, anti-suffrage, male attitudes, images, imagery, women, women's, representations, pictures, poster, posters, enfranchisement, the franchise, reproductions, modern reproductions, print, prints, torture, force feed, force, feed, feeding, force feeding, forced feeding, forced, forced to eat, WSPU, Women's Social and Political Union, Britain, British, Christmas gifts, suffragette ephemera
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Richardson, R. J.
The Rights of Woman (1840): Exhibiting her Natural, Civil, and Political Claims to a Share in the Legislative and Executive Power of the State
(Working Class Movement Library, 1986 limited facsimile rpt of 1840 text). With a biographical introduction by Edmund and Ruth Frow. Hardback. Very good. iv + 23pp. Order No. NSBK-A8893
Keywords: B0032YZQBE, Britain, British, England, English, women's rights, 19th century, nineteenth century, Victorian, woman, Reginald John Richardson, Salford, Manchester, hand loom weavers, Lancaster Prison, chartists, universal suffrage, chartism, chartist movement, representation, parliamentary reform, universal suffrage, state, government, women's suffrage, woman suffrage, Working Class Movement Library, Frows, Ruth Frow, Edmund Frow
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Pankhurst, Emmeline.
Reproduction Suffragette Medal: Emmeline Pankhurst's Holloway Medal
(Portrayer Publishers, 2015). Beautiful suffragette replica medal, a faithful reproduction of the original one awarded to Emmeline Pankhurst after her imprisonment in Holloway prison in 1908. She was charged together with her daughter Christabel Pankhurst, and Flora Drummond (fellow members of the Women's Social and Political Union), with inciting a rush on the House of Commons. The verdict was guilty, and because they refused to pay a fine, they were sent to Holloway Gaol. The date engraved on the front (obverse) of the medal is 8 October 1908 (on a bar at the top), and this is the date of the incident which led to Mrs Pankhurst's imprisonment. The word "Holloway" appears on the bar at the top, and on the medallion itself: "H.2 4", which signifies (Hospital block, 2nd floor, cell 4). On the reverse of the medallion, the words 'Mrs Pankhurst' are engraved, surrounded by a laurel wreath. These details are all true to the original medal of the suffragette era. Materials: Grosgrain ribbon in the famous suffragette colours of purple, white and green (vertical strips). Skin-safe, environmentally-friendly nickel with antique-effect silver plating for an authentic "aged-look". With a safe, secure pin-clasp at the rear. Presented with a free purple velvet gift-pouch which is in turn displayed within an attractive zip-lock gift-bag, clear at the front and shiny silver at the rear. Dimensions: Medallion: 20mm diameter. Bars: 20mm X 5mm. Ribbon length: 75mm. Total medal length: 110mm. Excellent condition, brand new. pp. Order No. NSBK-C15429
Keywords: women's suffrage, suffragettes, suffragette ephemera, replica, reproduction, Mrs Pankhurst, Emmeline Pankhurst, prisons, protest, gaols, jails, criminal justice system, law, medals, medallions, Holloway Prison, Edwardian, woman suffrage, England, London, English, Britain, British, social history, women and politics, political, Votes for Women campaign, women's movement, emblems
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