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Ridley, Annie E.
Frances Mary Buss and her Work for Education:
(Longmans, Green, 1895). HB. Some light wear to the edges, spotting to early pages, otherwise good, firm. viii + 399pp. Order No. NSBK-C5115
Keywords: education, women, history, women's education, Frances Mary Buss, North London Collegiate School for Ladies, Public Day School for Girls, school, schools, schooling, Victorian, nineteenth century, biography, biographies, English, British, England, Britain, training, training colleges, higher education, adult education, female, university education, universities, Annie E. Ridley
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Mackenzie, Norman and Jeanne, eds.
The Diary of Beatrice Webb: Volume Two, 1892-1905: All the Good Things of Life
(Virago, 1983). Hardback. Ex library with usual library stamps and stickers, otherwise good in dustwrapper. xv + 376pp. Order No. NSBK-C6087
Keywords: 0860682102, Beatrice Webb, Sidney Webb, the Webbs, social reform, Edwardian, Victorian, LSE, London School of Economics, poor, poverty, trade unionism, local government, state, women's history, woman, nineteenth century, twentieth century, Britain, British, England, English, diaries, diary, Virago
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Mayhew, Henry.
The Morning Chronicle Survey of Labour and the Poor: The Metropolitan Districts. Volume 2
(Caliban Books, 1981). Paperback. Spine a little browned. A few light marks to card covers, otherwise very good. 335pp. Order No. NSBK-A13115
Keywords: 0904573214, Victorian, 1840s, forties, 19th century, nineteenth century, labour, poor, poverty, Henry Mayhew, social surveys, social investigations, sanitation, oral history, wages, sweated labour, poor law, employment, hucksters, alcohol, drinking, housing, coal, pawn-broking, tailoring, pubs, publicans, public houses, London
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Mayhew, Henry.
Mayhew's Characters:
(Spring Books, 1967). Edited with a note on the English character by Peter Quennell. Hardback. Very good in dustwrapper which is rather torn and tatty at edges. xix + 360pp. Order No. NSBK-A5010
Keywords: B0000CNF5P, Henry Mayhew, nineteenth century, Victorian, povery, poor, London, oral history, Britain, British, England, english, interviews, people, popular, working-class, working class, work, labor, labour, mayhew's characters, mayhew's, mayhew, characters
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Gray, Frances R.
And Gladly Wolde He Lerne and Gladly Teche: a Book About Learning and Teaching
(Sampson Low, Marston, n.d.). Hardback. Ex library with minor library markings, otherwise good+. vi + 284pp. Order No. NSBK-C5127
Keywords: B000Z7AKMQ, women's history, social history, women's education, education, teaching, teachers, learning, higher education, adult education, Cambridge, Newnham College, St Paul's Girls' School, Westfield College, University of London, careers, girls, girlhood, Britain, British, England, English, Frances R. Gray, girls' education, learning, Victorian, nineteenth century, Edwardian, twentieth century, interwar, inter-war, inter war, schools, school, schooling, examinations, childhood, children, child, child's, childs
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Follett, David.
The Rise of the Science Museum under Henry Lyons:
(Science Museum, 1978). Paperback. Covers very slightly soiled, otherwise good. x + 167pp. Order No. NSBK-H12964
Keywords: B0000CHGIS, Henry Lyons, David Follett, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK, Science Museum, London, museums
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Clark, Peter, ed.
The Early Modern Town: A Reader
(Longman & Open UP, 1976). Paperback. Covers yellowed, a little creasing to spine, otherwise good. 332pp. Order No. NSBK-A5313
Keywords: 0582484057,Early Modern, town, towns, planning, urban, pre-industrial, English, England, Britain, British, history, economics, economy, London, Norwich, Sheffield
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Thompson, E.P. and Yeo, Eileen.
The Unknown Mayhew: Selections from the "Morning Chronicle" 1849 - 50
(Penguin, rpt, 1984). Paperback. Light creasing to spine, covers slightly yellowed. Newspaper review pasted to inside of cover, else good. 592pp. Order No. NSBK-A14943
Keywords: 0140432302, Henry Mayhew, Morning Chronicle, Victorian, nineteenth century, 19th, social investigations, poor, poverty, London, working class, working-class, classes, trades
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Benson, Gerard, Chernaik, J and Herbert, C.
Poems on the Underground:
(Cassell, rpt., 1997). Paperback. Very good+. 271pp. Order No. NSBK-A13739
Keywords: 0304354953, poems, poetry, poets, Underground, London, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK
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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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