Josephine Butler to Madame Troubnikoff

Scope and Content

Photocopy of letter. Written from 280 South Hill Park Road, Liverpool. JB hopes that Madame T. who is staying at St. Moritz will be able to meet her at Geneva as she is going there in Aug to stay with her sister who lives near Geneva. Owing to her own engagements she cannot herself come to St. Moritz. She announces that the first number of their magazine 'Now-a-Days' is out. Mentions the publication of the book by JS Mill 'The subjection of Woman' and also the book she herself edited 'Woman's work and Woman's Culture' [see note]

Administrative / Biographical History

'Women's Work and Women's Culture' 1869. References to this publication, ed by JB, may be found in the letters: 11 Jan 1869; 27 May 1869