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  1. Lady Frances Balfour (née Campbell; 22 February 1858 – 25 February 1931) [1] was a British aristocrat, author, and suffragist. She was one of the highest-ranking members of the British aristocracy to assume a leadership role in the Women's suffrage campaign in the United Kingdom.

  2. Frances Balfour née Frances Campbell à Londres le 22 février 1858 et morte le 25 février 1931 dans la même ville, est une suffragiste britannique. Elle est membre du comité exécutif de la National Society for Women's Suffrage de 1896 à 1919.

  3. Frances was one of a small band of brave women of privilege who were prepared to face social ostracism by actively engaging in the female suffrage campaign, speaking at meetings, lobbying her influential male relatives, such as her brother-in-law and Tory prime minister, Arthur J. Balfour 1902–1905), writing to the press and generally ...

  4. 19 de abr. de 2022 · Le rebord d’une table, les yeux, la bouche et surtout la chevelure rousse du modèle sont les uniques éclats de couleur venant rehausser le tableau. Le modèle représenté dont la rousseur était un critère de beauté préraphaélite est Lady Frances Balfour d’origine écossaise.

  5. Lady Frances Balfour (née Campbell) (1858-1931), Churchwoman, suffragist and author; wife of Eustace James Anthony Balfour; daughter of 8th Duke of Argyll. Sitter in 4 portraits. Lady Balfour became a leader of the constitutional suffragists and was one of highest ranking members of the aristocracy to fiercely campaign for women's rights.

  6. 3 de fev. de 2020 · Lady Frances: Frances Balfour, aristocrat suffragist. by Joan Huffman, Leicestershire, Matador, 2018, xx + 302 pp., £19.99 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-78803-505-7; £8.99 (e-book) Elizabeth Crawford. Pages 340-342 | Published online: 03 Feb 2020. Cite this article.

  7. Coming from an aristocratic family, Lady Frances Balfour was unusual for her open and active participation in the pursuit of women's suffrage. Beginning in the 1880s, Balfour became a regular...