I wanted to write something about the trade unionist Eva Gore-Booth and her partner, Esther Roper, for my final piece as Writer in Residence. When I went searching for a reference using one of the index cards, however, I couldn’t find what I was looking for. I could have asked someone, but thought the mystery of it might be more interesting than what I found out.
A memorial window to her, unveiled in the Round House, Ancoats, by Miss Esther Roper.
See F942.7389 M138 Vol 2 p. 236
A memorial window to her
unveiled in the Round House, Ancoats, by Miss Esther Roper, Rev Charles See
Microfiche Newspaper cuttings
Nov 20, 22, 23 1905, Roper, Rev Edward
18381876 see also in 234 R1 Roper, Henry
F942.7389 M119, vol. 3, p. 172
M119 F942.7389 M138, vol 2.
Gore-Booth, family of Salford, tree and notes
F942.7 M10 p. 30, 31, 32, 33
North West Labour History No 28
Gore-Booth, Eva unveiled by Roper, Rev Esther, David, Rosalie
“friends who don’t answer back”