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3rd International Vegetarian Congress 1893
Chicago, USA

  • clubb
    President of the Vegetarian Society of America
    Pre-Congress Notices (from London and Manchester)
  • Vegetarianism and Peace - by William E. A. Axon (England), an address at the Temple Church, Philadelphia, May 31, 1893, published in The Vegetarian Messenger (Manchester)
  • Vital Food - by Mr. A. F. Hills (England), President of the Vegetarian Federal Union. A paper read before the Congress [published in The Vegetarian (London) to be added in due course]
  • Vegetarianism Universal, a day dream - by John E. B. Mayor, M.A. (England), a paper prepared for the Congress [published in The Vegetarian Messenger (Manchester) to be added in due course]
  • The Literature of Vegetarianism - by William E. A. Axon, a paper prepared for the Congress [published in The Vegetarian Messenger (Manchester) to be added in due course]
  • The Joyous Message of Vegetarianism - by Dr. Paul Förster (Germany) a paper prepared for the Congress, published in The Vegetarian Messenger (Manchester)
  • Tendencies of Vegetarianism - by William E. A. Axon (an address delivered at Lake Goguac, Michigan, June 14, 1893; published in The Vegetarian Messenger (Manchester)
  • Preliminary report from the Vegetarian Messenger, Manchester
  • Report from the Organising Secretary from The Vegetarian, London
  • Report of the Deputation from the Vegetarian Society - from the Vegetarian Messenger, Manchester
  • To Chicago ! - extracts from a series of articles about the trip The Vegetarian, London
  • Welcome home to the deputation - from the Vegetarian Messenger, Manchester
  • The Vegetarian Annexe at the World's Fair from The Vegetarian, London
  • Later notes - from the Vegetarian Messenger, Manchester
  • Echoes of the Chicago Exhibition - by the Rev. Henry S. Clubb, President of the Vegetarian Society of America, reflecting on the Congress.

stall
The Vegetarian Federal Union's Stall at the World's Fair, Chicago, 1893
(photo from: www.vegetarianmuseum.com
)


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