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New York Anti-Vivisection Society correspondence
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  • Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
    Title: New York Anti-Vivisection Society correspondence
    Creator: New York Anti-Vivisection Society
    Identifier/Call Number: Biomed.0263
    Physical Description: 1 unknown (4 pages)
    Date: 1928 April 6
    Language of Material: English .

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    UCLA Catalog Record ID

    UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4970307 

    Scope and Contents

    Collection contains a letter on New York Anti-Vivisection Society letterhead, seeks membership subscriptions. Date from cancelled, stamped envelope. Includes form with application blank and receipt and self-addressed (1860 Broadway, New York) return envelope. Letter refers to enclosed "leaflet which tells its own sad story. The illustrations have been taken from advertising catalogues and from illustrations made by the vivisectors, themselves". Leaflet printed on 1 folded sheet ([4] p.) with caption title: "New York Anti-Vivisection Society. 456 Fourth Avenue, New York City. Pictures taken from vivisectors' reports which show how animals are scientifically tortured. Thousands and thousands of animals yearly undergo these excruciating agaonies under the plea and cloak of science. Will you not help us save them?"