This section contains over 50 archive sources - photographs, newspaper articles, cartoons, diary extracts and pamphlets - which help to tell the story of the women's suffrage movement in Scotland.
Most of the sources are from the National Library of Scotland collections. Additional sources are individually credited. Please see the 'About' section for general information about copyright and permissions.
- Source 35:Letter from reader - 'Suffragists and Drugging', The Glasgow Herald, undated
- Source 36:Newspaper report - 'The ‘Cat and Mouse’ Bill', The Suffragette, 2 May 1913
- Source 37:List of suffragists under the ‘Cat and Mouse’ Act, Votes for Women, 1913
- Source 38:Poster: 'These Women Are Doing Their Bit', by Septimus Scott
- Source 39:Women operating cranes in a shell-filling factory, Chilwell, Nottingham
- Source 40 pg 1:Extract from diary 1916, Miss G M West – Munitions: Police work
- Source 40 pg 2:Extract from diary 1916, Miss G M West – Munitions: Police work
- Source 41:Extract - 'Intelligence work for MI5'
- Source 42:Newspaper extract: 'Copperettes', Sussex Daily News, 1 May 1915
- Source 43:Newspaper extract: 'Boys replaced by Flappers', Daily Mirror, 7 January 1916
- Source 44:Newspaper article - 'Woman elected chairman of a railway company', Daily Mirror, 9 February 1916
- Source 45:Newspaper extract: 'Another Shock for the City' in Evening News, 16 February 1916
- Source 46:Newspaper extract: 'Women Welders' in Daily Telegraph, 7 February 1916
- Source 47:Letter about work on a farm, Home Service Corps Review, 15 October 1915
- Source 48:Votes for Women, 10 December, 1915 – cartoon: 'Why not votes for two as well as jobs for two?'
- Source 49:Votes for Women, 20 November 1914: cartoon: 'Having it Both Ways'
- Source 50:Newspaper extract, Glasgow Herald, 10 March 1914 (Mrs Pankhurst arrested)
- Source 51:Newspaper extract, Glasgow Herald, 10 March 1914 (Mrs Pankhurst arrested)
- Source 52:Letter from reader, Glasgow Herald, 12 March 1914 (reaction to Mrs Pankhurst's arrest)
- Source 53:Editorial, Glasgow Herald, 12 March 1914 (St Andrew's Hall incident, Glasgow)