Women Wanted

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MRS. PANKHURST'S GREATEST PARADE

When she led 40,000 English women through the streets of London in July, 1915. This procession is the vanguard in the march of all the women of the world to economic independence.



WOMEN WANTED
The story written in blood red
letters on the horizon of the
Great World War

by
MABEL POTTER DAGGETT
author of "in lockerbie street," etc.

Illustrated


NEW YORK
GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY



COPYRIGHT, 1918,
BY GEORGE H. DORAN COMPANY


COPYRIGHT, 1917, 1918
BY THE PICTORIAL REVIEW COMPANY


PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA



To My Friend
KATHERINE LECKIE
the illumination of
whose personality has
lighted my pathway to
truth, this book is
affectionately
dedicated



CONTENTS

  1. CHAPTERPAGE
  2. I
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    13
  3. II
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    48
  4. III
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    82
  5. IV
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    115
  6. V
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    147
  7. VI
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    201
  8. VII
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    239
  9. VIII
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    280
  10. IX
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    308
  11. X
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    338


ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. page
  2. Mrs. Pankhurst's Greatest Parade the March of the English Women Into Industry
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    Frontispiece
  3. The Staff of the Women's War Hospital, Endell St. W. C., London
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    64
  4. Mrs. H. J. Tennant of London
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    96
  5. Viscountess Elizabeth Benoit D'Azy of Paris in the Red Cross Service
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    120
  6. Lady Ralph Paget, Celebrated War Heroine
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    128
  7. Mrs. Katherine M. Harley of London, Who Died at the Front
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    136
  8. Miss Elizabeth Rachel Wylie of New York
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    202
  9. Mlle. Sanua at the head of The Paris School of Commerce for Women
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    224
  10. Dr. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, England's First Woman Physician
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    256
  11. Miss Nancy Nettleford of London
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    264
  12. Mme. Suzanne Grinberg of Paris, Famous Lawyer
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    272
  13. Dr. Rosalie S. Morton of New York
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    276
  14. Mrs. Millicent Garret Fawcett of London
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    290
  15. Mme. Charles Le Verrier of Paris
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    298
  16. Dr. Schiskina Yavein of Petrograd
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    304
  17. Her Grace the Duchess of Marlborough
    ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
    320


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1927, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.