Election leaflet - Stoke Newington 1925

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Election leaflet - Stoke Newington 1925

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height (Whole): 258mm
width (whole): 202mm


Election leaflet presenting the candidates for the 1925 Stoke Newington Borough Council Elections. Of the nine candidates for election, one is female. For the period between 1918-1939, only one in twelve inner-London electoral candidates were women. When compared to other cities such as Bristol or Bradford, where almost one in five were women, the level of female representation at London elections was poor.

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Stoke Newington


STOKE NEWINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTION, 1925. SOUTH HORNSEY WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Your support is invited by the following Candidates, who have been residents in the Borough for years, and who are in entire agreement with the request from the Ratepayers' Association for a thorough reform and reorganisation in the Borough Council administration, which it is generally recognised will afford the most effective safeguard for the Borough's Finances in future.
E.H. COUMBE, B.A. B.Sc., LL.B., L.C.C., Mayor 1921-22, Rating & Public Health Committees. G.G.BROADBRIDGE, Highways and General Purposes Committee. L.M. LADELL, M.B., B.Sc., Chairman Public Health Committee, General Purposes, Maternity & Child Welfare Committees. W. LANGLEY, Public Health and General Purposes Committee, Chariman Rating Committee. F.J. MATTHEWS, Mayor 1922/23, Chairman General Purposes Committee, Public Health, Rating, Library Committees. HY. MILLS, Deputy Chairman L.C.C. 1924/25. Ex Mayor of Islington, Public Health, Library, Electricity and Special Enquiry Committees, Chairman RE-organisation Committee. A.P. Starbuck, B.A. Chairman Electricity Committee 1922-23, Finance, Library and General Purposes Committees. E. SMITH (MRS.), Member Hackney Board of Guardians. A.J. TREADWELL , Chairman Rating Committee, 1924, Finance, General Purposes Committee.

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Stoke Newington

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