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. 

GIB-GUR

Gore-Booth, Eva

A memorial window to her, unveiled in the Round House, Ancoats, by Miss Esther Roper.

See F942.7389 M138 Vol 2 p. 236

M.G.12.6.129

Gore-Booth, Eva

Q942.73

F942.736

.7367

.7368

M217

M102

Q7489

A memorial window to her

Gore-Booth, Eva

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unveiled in the Round House, Ancoats, by Miss Esther Roper, Rev Charles See

Microfiche Newspaper cuttings

[farewell sermons]

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.

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Gore-Booth, family of Salford, tree and notes

F942.7 M10 p. 30, 31, 32, 33

in

North West Labour History No 28

331.1.09427

Female trade

unionist and

suffragette

Gore-Booth, Eva unveiled by Roper, Rev Esther, David, Rosalie

friends who don’t answer back”