English caricaturist and satirical poet (1708–1786).
Oil painting by the English artist Evelyn de Morgan, created in 1903.
Manufacture of shoddy and mungo, an early form of recycling, was an important industry in the Heavy Woollen district of West Yorkshire.
One of the earliest motorised scooters.
Short story by H. G. Wells first published in 1894, about an episode in the romantic life of a young maidservant who is engaged to be married.
Staffordshire woman convicted of witchcraft in 1596 on the false testimony of an 14-year-old boy.
Suffragist who in 1913 organised the Great Pilgrimage, a march along six routes to converge on Hyde Park, London, where a rally in support of women’s suffrage was held.
English graphic artist whose name has become synonymous with the genre of saucy postcards, particularly associated with the seaside.
A French Impressionist painter who taught at the Manchester School of Art from 1906 until 1920.
Adele Meyer, Lady Meyer, (1862/3–1930) was an English socialite, social reformer, philanthopist and suffragist.