Eva Gore-Booth and Esther Roper: A Biography
Pandora, Jan 1, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 195 pages
Eva Gore-Booth, an Anglo-Irish woman who earned her living as a suffrage union organizer in Manchester met Esther Roper, the daughter of a missionary, by chance in Italy in 1896 whilst recovering from consumption. Their mutual interest in women's rights and the suffrage movement was to lead to a life-long relationship.
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The background and childhood of Eva GoreBooth
The background and childhood of Esther Roper
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