Suffragettes Edith Wheelwright and Lilias Ashworth Hallett, Eagle House, Batheaston 1911
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Bedecked with parasol and large hat, they pose next to Ilex Aquifolium Handsworthensis, planted by Edith Gray Wheelwright on 10th October 1910. This plaque has survived and is now in the care of the Roman Baths Museum, Bath. See Image Ref. 17310. From a unique collection of glass plate negatives taken by Col. Linley Blathwayt of Eagle House, Batheaston, home of refuge for suffragettes between 1908 and 1912.
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Bath Central Library