Josephine Butler to Mrs Wilson

Archive Unit
  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 106 3JBL/50/24
  • Former Reference
      GB 106 4721
  • Dates of Creation
      26 Nov [1905]
  • Physical Description
      1 item

Scope and Content

Written from [Wooler, Northumberland]

To say she is sending him the letter she has written to Mr Levy, as he is a member of the 'Personal Rights Association'. And will he please read it and send it on. In ' The Individualist' the monthly organ of the Association, a quotation from the Lancet about the organisation which exists in Japan for the prevention and treatment of venereal disease was given, with the comment 'We have read with great regret'. JB was sorry to see that the Lancet slander had been sent by Mr Levy to M. Minod, and that he had thought it his duty to publish it in the Bulletin with some comment.

Administrative / Biographical History

'I am sending you a letter I have written to Mr Levy'

There was quite a correspondence between JB, JH Levy and HJ Wilson about JH Levy (Hon Sec of the Personal Rights Association and ed of their organ 'The Individualist') having quoted in 'The Individualist' an article from the 'Lancet' on Japan

See

JB to HJ Wilson: 26 Nov 1905

JHL to HJ Wilson: 1 Dec 1905

JHL to JB: 1 Dec 1905

JB to JHL: 2 Dec 1905

M Gregory to HJ Wilson: 21 Dec 1905

Biog: Mr JH Levy