Books and other references
John Battle, Tom Maguire, Socialist and Poet, Medium Publishing/Ford Maguire Society 1997.
Ernie Benson, To Struggle is to Live, vols 1 and 2.
Joseph Buckman, Immigrants and the Class Struggle: The Jewish Immigrants in Leeds, 1880-1914, Manchester UP, 1983.
M Freedman, Leeds Jewry, The first 100 years, Jewish Historical Society of England (Leeds Branch), 1992. The Jewish immigration of 1880 onwards shaped the city considerably; this book documents the arrival and establishment of impoverished eastern immigrants.
M Gawthorpe, Up hill to Holloway, Prebscot, 1962. An autobiography the early chapters describe a working class childhood in Woodhouse, Leeds
June Hannam, Isabella Ford, Blackwell, 1989.
H Hendrick, The Leeds gas strike, Publications of the Thoresby Society, 54, 1979. An account of the famous strike (eventually won) that brought the city to a standstill and provoked armed occupation.
George Jacob Holyoake, Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society Jubilee Celebration, 1897.
J Liddington, Rebel Girls, Virago, 2007.
F Machin, The Yorkshire Miners (vol 1).
T Maguire, Machine room chants, Labour Leader, 1895. The full collection of Maguire's poetry, published posthumously.
A Mattison and I Ford, Tom Maguire, a remembrance, Labour Press Society, 1895.
M Thomis and J Grimmett, Women in Protest 1800-1850, Crom Helm, 1982. Chapter 2 is of especial interest.
E Thompson, Homage to Tom Maguire, in Essays in Labour history, A Briggs and J Saville, Macmillan, 1960.
Tom Woodhouse, Nourishing the Liberty Tree: Liberals and Labour in Leeds 1880, 1914.
Who owns Leeds?, I-spy productions, 1986. A (rare) catalogue of the rich and influential of 1980s Leeds, compiled by an anarchist collective.
Centenary Souvenir, Leeds Typographical Society 1810 - 1910