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The Brown Dog Affair, Story of the Statue, 1908 - 1968

Identifier: Coll-1618/2/1/5/22

Scope and Contents

A collection of documents relating to the Brown Dog Affair, where a statue erected in Battersea Park in 1907 which attracted protest from pro and anti vivisectionists.

In the folder is a publication by Edward K. Ford titled "The Brown Dog and his Memorial", 1908 "True History of the Brown Dog", a pamphlet published by the Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society (three copies) "The Brown Dog Affair", published by the National Canine Defence League, no.345 Newspaper cutting, "The Brown Terrier Dog Done to Death", by J.B. Lyons, from the Irish Medical Times, 19 June 1968


  • Creation: 1908 - 1968

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1 folder

Repository Details

Part of the University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections Repository

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