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Alyse Tomlinson-Lee – Electricity Showroom Demonstrator of the 1920s/1930s

The above photograph is taken from an article in The Electrician, 19 August 1927 and has the caption, ‘Miss Alyse Tomlinson-Lee, who, as announced in last weeks' issue, has been appointed attendant and demonstrator at the Leyton Electricity Showrooms’. The... Continue Reading →

ELECTRICAL ADVERTISEMENTS IN ENGINEERING RECORDS 1900-1960

Advertisements are ubiquitous; they pervade our television sets, radio waves, billboards, newspapers and most recently social media. The first kind of advertising dates back to ancient times when announcements were made to publicise events. This blog looks at a small... Continue Reading →

London Ladies Motorcycle Club (founded in 1927)

The London Ladies Motorcycle Club, or more accurately the London Ladies Motor Club (LLMC), was formed in 1927 and was affiliated to the Auto-Cycle Union (ACU) South East Centre. The ACU is the governing body of motorcycle sport in Great... Continue Reading →

The Suffragette Newspaper

Suffragettes were members of women’s organisations in the late 19th and early 20th centuries which advocated the extension to women of the right to vote in public elections. The term suffragette is particularly applied to militant women in the UK... Continue Reading →

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