Bartlett, William Walter, fl 1888-1937

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William Walter Bartlett was an active socialist from the late 1880s until about 1910. He was a speaker for the Independent Labour Party and for the English Land Restoration League, and stood in elections to the St. Pancras Board of Guardians, the London County Council, Brighton Borough Council and an unidentified urban district council; he also wrote an appreciation of Tom Paine.

From the guide to the The Bartlett Papers, 1866-1937; mainly 1888-1909, (University of Sussex Library)

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Saint Pancras (London, England)
Brighton (England)
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Socialists Great Britain 19th century
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Active 1888

Death 1937

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