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A narrow pamphlet titled "A Challenge to all vivisectors and their defenders in New York State, to name the benefit to humanity gained by the following experiments and countless thousands like them in this state; and to give good and sufficient reasons why cruelty inside a laboratory should not be exactly as punishable as cruelty ouside."
The pamphlet contains descriptions and dates of experiments carried out in laboratories in the US.
Located in A.B.R.O. Reprints 1958 - 1961. Volume 2 of 19.
An article, written by Rev. G.B. Gillies, about the use of dogs in experiments and the harm it causes. Gillies recommends the reader to join the Scottish Tail-Waggers' Club.
Located in A.B.R.O. Reprints 1962 - 1964. Volume 3 of 19.
An article written by Mona Caird about the state of vivisection laboratories in the UK, titled "A State-supported Cruelty".
"A Statement on Vivisection", by F.C. Hunt contains information on the pain animals go through during vivisection, the licencing of the experiments, and the results of vivisection. Copies of this statement could be obtained from the author directly or through the British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection.
"A Survey of the Case Against Vivisection, a non-technical exposition in especial relation to the principal arguments in support of the practice", with a preface by George F.C. Searle and published by the Animal Defence and Anti-Vivisection Society. Topics investigated in this publication include the nature of vivisection, charges against vivisection, difference between animal and man, diseases.
A leaflet, titled "A Wide-Spread Delusion", written by novelist, Mona Caird. The leaflet is about the conditions animals are kept in at vivisection labs.