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PACKER (Ann, b. 1942, Gold Medallist, 800 metres) and her husband Robbie BRIGHTWELL (b. 1939, Silver Medallist, 4 x 400 metres Relay, both at the 1964 Olympics)

Signatures "Ann Packer Rob Brightwell" together on piece 6" x 5", also inscribed by Ann "Best wishes ... P.S. I forgot to post this", no place, no date, circa

Item Date:  1964
Stock No:  54412      £30

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[PANKHURST (Emmeline, 1857-1928, Leader of the Women's Suffrage Movement), Charlotte DESPARD (1844-1939, Suffragist and Sinn Féin Activist), Lady Constance LYTTON (1869-1923, Suffragette and Campaigner), Mrs PETHICK-LAWRENCE(Emmeline, 1867-1954, Women's Rights Activist and Suffragette) & her husband Frederick PETHICK-LAWRENCE (1871-1961, Labour Politician and Campaigner for Women's Suffrage)

Collection of Six Original Unsigned Photos, some Press, of various Suffragettes annotated on the verso, the first showing Mrs Pankhurst at the "End of Suffragette Trial at the Old Bailey. Mrs Pankhurst sentenced to 9 months ...", the next showing a "Deputation of Women at Downing St. Mrs Despard and her friends leaving No. 10 ...", the third shows "Lady Constance Lytton and Mrs Pethick Lawrence attending the wedding of Mr Victor Duval and Miss Una S Dugdale ..." titled "Wedding of Suffragette who had to say 'Obey'", and the next showing "Mr Pethick Lawrence 'Sold Up' at Holmwood", the title explains how he had to sell up his furniture and effects to cover his court costs, "The amount claimed was about £900", the first four each 8½" x 6½", the next, titled "Great Window Smashing Raid by London Suffragettes", shows Mrs Pethick-Lawrence arriving at New Street Police Court "carrying the bundle of a friend who was determined to go to prison", 6½" x 5½", and the last one shows half a dozen policemen apparently dragging a women between them and it is titled "Suffragettes and Mr Lloyd George. Saturdays wild scenes. Police endeavouring to protect a suffragette from the infuriated Welshman", 10" x 8", no place, no date, all circa

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  39665      £575

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PARKER (Henry, Farmer)

Autograph Letter Signed to Alfred Ellis, (1821-1879, 2nd son of John Ellis), telling him that "It was not on my Farm the nest was taken ... there were two young Ones of the Large Brown Owls ... I have seen the Young Ones a great many times", 2 sides 8vo., Burnett Farm, near Bristol, 1st November

Item Date:  1858
Stock No:  15179      £15

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PARKER (Joseph, 1830-1902, Congregationalist Divine)

Autograph Letter signed to H. MERIVALE (Herman, 1806-1874, Under-Secretary for India) saying that he had "mislaid the Pain-Pain, till it turned up this morning in a hoard of such matter. I have no authority from Philips, who gave me the copy to circulate or ascribe it to him & therefore please do not lend it. The other, the MS is not 'Private' or 'confidential'. Please return the in a week - the regulation time of literary Book-loans. Show the Duke the Wakefield-iana. His narrative is a ... French novel. Mr Turner, who was a client of mine in an Election Petition, told me that pending the abduction Trial he received anonymous letters from the 'Wakefield Family' vile beyond belief, to induce him to submit to the felony. The only member not bad & mad was the late Colonel ...", 3 sides sm. 8vo., 2 Savile Row, 18th January

Item Date:  1854
Stock No:  40298      £225

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PARKER (Joseph, 1830-1902, Congregationalist Divine)

Fine signature with autograph quote "The sword of the Future" and small sketch on an album leaf

Item Date:  0
Stock No:  8289      £10

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