Looking North outside Christ Church in the Bowling Green. | fullsize
Masked and dressed as women, a group of townsmen mock the political aspirations of the women's suffrage movement.
- 1918: Constance Markievicz (aka Countess Markievicz, the daughter of Sir Henry Gore-Booth) was the first woman elected to the British House of Commons in 1918. However, like the other Sinn Fein MPs of that era, she did not take her seat in the House Of Commons.
- 1920: US national women's suffrage was achieved under Woodrow Wilson's presidency. Wilson's grandfather, James Wilson, lived in Strabane before emigrating to America in 1807.
The Globe - 21 May 1910 page 43