Mrs Dixon's lecturing tour of Britain

Scope and Content

Correspondence from Alison Neilans to vigilance and women's associations in the regions regarding the administration of Mrs Katherine Dixon's lecture tour of 1919-1920. Mrs Dixon visited towns in England, Wales and Scotland delivering lectures to meetings of sympathetic associations on her Indian experience and raising funds for the Association of Moral and Social Hygiene's continued campaign.

The correspondence primarily relates to Mrs Dixon's lodging, expenses and travel arrangements in each of the towns she visited and includes an itinerary. Also includes correspondence relating to Mrs Dixon's resignation in Jul 1920 due to a nervous breakdown.

Correspondence arranged by place

Associations represented in the correspondence:

- Bath Lodge Theosophical Society

- Birmingham Society for Equal Citizenship

- Bolton Women Citizens' Association

- Bristol and District Women Citizens' Association

- British Women's Temperance Association (Gloucester)

- Cardiff and District Society for Equal Citizenship

- Cheltenham Women Citizens' Association

- Edinburgh National Society for Equal Citizenship

- Halifax Council of Social Welfare

- Hull United Purity Committee

- Manchester and District Association for the Abolition of the State Regulation of Vice

- National British Women's Temperance Association (Worcester and Hereford County Union)

- National Council for Combatting Venereal Diseases (Manchester and District Branch)

- National Union of Societies for Equal Citizenship (formerly NUWSS) (Bristol)

- National Union of Women Workers (Cambridge and District Branch)

- National Union of Women Workers of Great Britain and Ireland (Huddersfield Branch)

- National Vigilance Association of Scotland (Glasgow and Eastern Division, Edinburgh)

- National Vigilance Association (Bristol)

- Perth Association for the Protection of Women and Children

- The Women's Institute (Keynsham)(Bristol)

- Women's Liberal Federation (Leeds)