Emily Wilding Davison and Parliament

Emily Davison police report

A collection of archive documents and artefacts marking the anniversary of Emily Wilding Davison's death in 1913.

The 1911 Census

Parliament's police reports

These are police reports held by the Parliamentary Archives  in a Serjeant-at-Arms office file titled 'Police and Suffragettes'. The reports are mostly written by Chief Inspector Scantlebury, the head of the police in Parliament, and addressed to Sir H David Erksine, the Serjeant-at-Arms.

Emily's death

Memorial leaflet, 1913 - Emily died in 1913 after a collision with the King's horse at the Derby. 

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