Stock Photo - A parasol parade selling The Suffragette newspaper, Brighton, Sussex, April 1914. From left to right: Miss Reid, Mrs Goodier, Miss Gye, Mrs Brandon, Miss Rae, Mrs Bouvier. Brighton and Hove was one of the first Women's Social and Political Union branches, founded in May 1907. By June 1908 they had a banner 'beautifully designed and embroidered by members with the arms of Brighton'. Parasol parades were a regular feature of the union's sales drives to increase its newspaper circulation in the summer months. Umbrellas were used in the rainy season.

Stock Photo: A parasol parade selling The Suffragette newspaper, Brighton, Sussex, April 1914. From left to right: Miss Reid, Mrs Goodier, Miss Gye, Mrs Brandon, Miss Rae.

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