Traffic in Women: Correspondence with Rachel Crowdy

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Rachel Crowdy concerning the Special Experts' Report on the Traffic in Women and Children from the Fifth Commission of the League of Nations (1927) - concerns answering a questionnaire on the Equal Moral Standard by Dr Luisi following the Paris Congress in 1926

Publications:

- carbon copy of article on traffic in women and children from 'The Shield' (Mar-Apr 1924)

- pamphlet proof of 'Report of the Chairman (Dr Paulina Luisi of Uruguay), Questionnaire. Answers to the Questionnaire' Paris Congress 1926 (International Woman Suffrage Allliance) (manuscript notes)

- 'Full Summary of the Report of the Special body of experts on traffic in women and children' (1927) (2 copies one with manuscript notes)

- 'International Traffic in Women' by Alison Neilans from 'Foreign Affairs' (May 1927)

- 'Traffic in Women' by Alison Neilans from 'Women's International Legacy' (Dec 1929)

- journal 'Bulletin abolitionniste' (Oct 1929 and Apr 1930)

- 'History of the League of Nations and its work regarding traffic in women and children' published in 'The Shield' (1924 and 1930)

- 'Next steps in fighting the traffic in women' by Alison Neilans, pages from 'The Ethical Societies' Chronicle' (Oct 1930)

For the following publication consult The Women's Library printed collections catalogue:

- 'The Shield' (Aug-Sep 1923) (periodicals)