Harriet Taylor Mill Pendant

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Harriet Taylor Mill published her essay The Enfranchisement of Women in 1851, but had already been collaborating and corresponding for years with her future husband John Stuart Mill, on subject such as socialism and domestic violence.  J. S Mill wanted most of his work to be published under both their names, but she was reluctant.  Her daughter, Helen Taylor, wrked with J.S. Mill on his The Subjugation of Women and later became the first woman to stand for Parliament (illegally) in 1885. 

Metal pendant with a printed image.
Rubber cord measures 45cm long.
Pendant measure 2.7 x 2.1cm. 

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