Category:Articles about Dora Thewlis (1890-1976)
Articles about Dora Thewlis (1890-1976), who was disparagingly labelled the "baby suffragette" by the British press following her arrest in 1907 in London.
The tone of the article usually reflects the newspaper's editorial stance on the suffrage movement.
Pages in category ‘Articles about Dora Thewlis (1890-1976)’
The following 20 pages are in this category, out of 20 total.
- Daily Mail (22/Mar/1907) - 62 Suffragettes go to Prison
- Daily Mail (25/Mar/1907) - The Girl Suffragist
- Daily Mail (27/Mar/1907) - Exceptional Treatment of Miss Thewlis
- Daily Mail (27/Mar/1907) - Girl Suffragette: Dora Thewlis in Prison Dress
- Daily Mail (28/Mar/1907) - London Police Courts: Child Suffragette Released
- Daily Mail (29/Mar/1907) - Dora Thewlis Ill
- Leeds Mercury (22/Mar/1907) - The Suffragette Martyrs: Fifty Women go to Prison
- Leeds Mercury (25/Mar/1907) - Dora Thewlis's Suffrage Trip
- Leeds Mercury (26/Mar/1907) - The Suffragettes: Two Huddersfield Women Who Took Park in the Raid
- Leeds Mercury (27/Mar/1907) - Miss Dora Thewlis: Baby Suffragette
- Leeds Mercury (28/Mar/1907) - Dora Thewlis Home Again
- Leeds Mercury (29/Mar/1907) - Dora Thewlis Ill
- London Daily News (28/Mar/1907) - Dora Thewlis