Vote for Vera


Vera Halpin, a member of the suffragette movement, fighting for votes for women in the 1900s, was dismissed from her job as a maid in the home of Sir Giles Pansonby M.P. She had taken a job in a sweat-shop factory, where women worked long hours in terrible conditions for meager wages, which also happened to be owned by Sir Giles. Vera was determined to get better quality of life for the women working there.


  • Art: Bert Hill


  • Vote for Vera  – Judy: #1173 (3 July 1982) – #1188 (16 October 1982)

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