An Edwardian card game.
Tunbridge Wells was a major centre for the women’s suffrage movement from its beginnings in the 1860s. This game was inspired by the campaign to give women the right to vote.
Opponents described the town in the early 1900s as a ‘hotbed of militants’. A year after women first gained the vote in 1918, local activists Amelia Scott and Susan Power were elected on to Tunbridge Wells Borough Council.
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