- Votes for Women --great graphics for jujitsu instructor Edith Margaret Garrud (1872-1971) and the suffragettes in Holloway Prison
- health -- Florence Keen (1868-1942), founder in 1913 of the North Islington Infant Welfare Centre and School for Mothers, and Marie Stopes (1880–1958), pioneer of birth control and sex education -- and a eugenist, not that that is mentioned in the brief text
- arts -- children's illustrator Kate Greenaway (1846-1901) and theatre manager Lilian Baylis (1874–1937)
- "international influence" -- Caroline Chisholm (1808-1877), who helped emigrants to Australia, and Mary Kingsley (1862-1900), an explorer who died as young as Mary.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
A leaflet of local (Islington) women
Mary Wollstonecraft is included in a new leaflet entitled "Islington Women". She is in good company, appearing in the education section alongside philanthropist Alice Owen (1547–1613). Other sections are: