Netta Ivory

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Netta Ivory was the co-founder in 1902, along with the barrister, Stephen Coleridge, of the Edinburgh branch of the National Anti-Vivisection Society. This became the Scottish Cooperative Anti-Vivisection Society in 1911, and later the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Vivisection.[1]

Ivory was the daughter of William Ivory, sheriff of Inverness-shire, and granddaughter of James Ivory (1792–1860), the Scottish judge.[2]

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  1. ^ Vyvyan, John. The Dark Face of Science. Michael Joseph, 1971, p. 121.
  2. ^ The Animal's Defender and Zoophilist. Volumes 26-27, National Anti-Vivisection Society, 1906, p. 147.
    • That her father was the Lord Ivory who was the sheriff of Inverness, see Marine Engineer and Naval Architect. Volume 14, 1893, p. 381.

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