Surveillance photograph of two suffragette prisoners and a prison warden - photograph
- The Home Office commissioned the undercover photography of militant suffragettes from 1913. This surveillance photo was taken of two suffragette prisoners as they exercised with a warder in the yard of Holloway Gaol. Such photos were used to identify militant suffragettes attempting to enter public buildings such as museums and art galleries.
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- H 78 mm; L 89 mm
- © Museum of London
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