Alison Neilans Memorial Lecture

Scope and Content

Material relating to the Alison Neilans Memorial Lecture set up in 1945 to perpetuate her work. It was intended to be an annual event, although this did not occur in practice

Consists of: appeal leaflet, correspondence, transcript of introduction to the first lecture, flyers, transcripts of lectures (some published) and press cuttings announcing lectures

Correspondence for: 1945, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1970

Flyers for: 1951, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1970

Transcripts for: 1964, 1966

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

- History of the abolition of state regulations of prostitution with special relation to France and the position to-day / by Madame Legrand-Falco, 2nd Alison Memorial Lecture, London : Association for Moral and Social Hygiene, 1946 (ref 345.02534 LEG)

- Josephine Butler and the moral standards of today by Mary Stocks, delivered at Caxton Hall, London, 21 February 1961, 5th Alison Neilans Memorial Lecture (ref 176 STO)

- The clients of prostitutes by TCN Gibbens, 6th Alison Memorial Lecture (ref 306.7420941 GIB)

- Prostitution and the venereal diseases by Dr RD Catterall, 10th Alison Neilans Memorial Lecture (ref 345.02534 CAT)