The Women's Social and Political League was founded in 1894 and promoted women's social and political education through activity in the public sphere. It was one of a number of women's political groups that emerged from the suffrage movement. These women were members in 1912 and were attending a reception for Louisa Seddon (front row, fifth from left) and one of her daughters. Louisa Seddon, the organisation's patron, was the widow of premier Richard Seddon.
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