Maurice Gregory to Henry J Wilson

Scope and Content

Written from Paddington Station.

Refers to an article by Jonathan Hutchinson on the Cape Act which he calls 'the cruellest CD Act ever on the Statute Books of the British Empire'. JB had already written to him about the necessity of making an early attack on the Cape Act.'

Administrative / Biographical History

Wednesday evening, 18 Jun 1902.

Gregory was one of the younger workers, and American and a Friend, who had done much work for the Federation in India and now in Africa.

Jonathan Hutchinson was a specialist on venereal diseases who in this capacity had attended the Medical Conference on Venereal Disease at Brussels Sep 1899. (See for this conference under Brussels Medical Conference Sep 1899)

'The Cape Act' 'The cruellest CD Act ever on the Statute Books of the British Empire'

Biog: Jonathan Hutchinson, Maurice Gregory