Suffragist City

smashing windowsThe 1910s was a decade of great social and political turbulence. The cause of suffragism added to the tumult as women asserted their political rights and rejected their perceived subservient role in society. Suffragists in Ireland endured ridicule, assault, and imprisonment in their quest for social justice but 1918 was their year of victory. This is their story. This image gallery contains some of the images from the collections of the Dublin City Library & Archive that feature in the Suffragist City: Women and the Vote in Dublin exhibition. Read more about Suffragist City | Copyright notice.

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