Women's Total Abstinence Union


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Publishing Josephine Butler
In 1883 JB published The Salvation Army in Switzerland.
Stuart, James, Josephine Butler, and James Stuart. “Preface and Editorial Materials”. Josephine E. Butler: An Autobiographical Memoir, edited by George W. Johnson and Lucy A. Johnson, J. W. Arrowsmith, 1928, p. v - vii; various pages.
She also contributed occasionally to Wings, the publication of the Women's Total Abstinence Union . Several of these articles were reprinted in Prophets...


October 1892
Wings began monthly publication in London from the British Women's Temperance Association .
The Women's Total Abstinence Union , committed solely to temperance, broke away from the National British Women's Temperance Association after the NBWTA voted to support women's suffrage.
December 1925
White Ribbon and Wings, a temperance magazine, ended monthly publication in London.