Amiable Warriors

a History of the Campaign for Homosexual Equality and its times
by Peter Scott-Presland


Illustrations in Volume One

Click any picture to see a larger version. See below for captions to the illustrations. For the sources of the illustrations see the Picture Sources page. For copyright reasons we are unable to show Figure 9.


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Captions for illustrations

1. Allan Horsfall in the 1960s

2. An early meeting of the Mattachine Society; Harry Hay at top left

3. Edward Carpenter and George Merrill

4. Havelock Ellis in 1913

5. Peter Wildeblood in 1951

6. Rupert Croft-Cooke

7. Sir John Wolfenden

8. The Wolfenden Report

9. [Dr R. D. Reid]

10. Tony Dyson

11. Some who signed up in support of the HLRS:

  1. Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of York (Later Archbishop of Canterbury);
  2. Sir Julian Huxley, Scientist and Humanist;
  3. Earl Attlee, former Prime Minister

12. The Emmott Arms, Allan Horsfall’s birthplace

13. Harold Pollard in 1972

14. Allan Horsfall’s election photograph, 1958

15. Peter Wildeblood’s home at 30 St Paul’s Road Islington

16. Allan Horsfall’s Coal Board cottage at 3 Robert Street, Atherton

17. Antony Grey in the 1960s

18. Stanley Rowe’s house in Moxley Road, where the early meetings were held

19. Ted Wickham, Bishop of Middleton

20. The plaque commemorating the first formal meeting at Church House

21. Allan Horsfall in 2008, with a copy of the Leigh Reporter

22. Meg Elizabeth Atkins c. 1980

23. Flyer for the 1966 public meeting

24. The opening of the Sexual Offences Act 1967

25. Ray Gosling, around 1982

26. Dancing together

27. Poster for the Burnley public meeting

28. Glenys Parry in 2012

29. The lecture hall in 1956

30. The lobby of Burnley Central Library, where the bovver boots were left

31. The Burnley Library meeting:

  • top left Fr Neville (Roman Catholic)
  • top right Ken Pilling, Ray Gosling, Allan Horsfall;
  • bottom left Fr Cayton (Anglican);
  • Bottom right Michael Steed, Ken Pilling, Ray Gosling

32. Martin Stafford in 1975

33. NWHLRC advert in the Manchester Independent 24 October 1967

34. Paul Temperton

35. Ike Cowen in 2002

36. Former Bishop of Middleton’s office, 27 Blackfriars Road, Salford

37. Ralph Hallett

38. Alan Swerdlow in 2012

39. Robin Bloxsidge in 2012

40. Liverpool CHE canal trip, 1972, Paul O’Grady third from left

41. 1972 Liverpool v. Manchester football match

42. Roy Saich and George Broadhead at their partnership ceremony, 2010

43. Roger Baker

44. Brian Sewell in 2012

45. Peter Robins in 2012

46. Tony Ryde and Michael Launder

47. Lunch, issue 1

48. Flyer for Masked Ball

49. Jackie Forster at Speakers’ Corner

50. Vivian Waldron at Speakers’ Corner

51. Peter Norman and John Saxby

52. Invitation to mass meeting, June 1972

53. CHE Players flyer

54. Cover of Lunch, issue 17, with Jimmy Savile