At a Midsummer Eve’s Ball in the Botanic Gardens, Halliday Sutherland encountered “the Sleepless Night”. The trees around the the lawn of the Botanic Gardens were festooned with coloured fairy … Continue reading
On a visit to Ireland in 1955, Dr Sutherland stayed in a guest house at the Mount St. Joseph Abbey near Roscrea. He contemplated the hard life of the Trappist … Continue reading
Dr Sutherland attended an audience with Pope Pius XI in Christmas 1930. At Christmas 1930 I was in Rome, and the rector of the English College arranged a private audience … Continue reading
Dr Marie Stopes sought to settle her libel suit against Dr Halliday Sutherland before it went to the Court.
A reflection on the development of this website and the highlights of 2018: In February, I visited sites relating to Dr Sutherland’s life between 1910 and 1921: Allsop Place NW1, … Continue reading
This is the last post in 2018 and, to finish the year, I will leave you with a story relating to Dr Sutherland’s work in the slums of St Marylebone, … Continue reading
Recent articles in The Guardian and the Daily Mail described a controversial decision at University College London (UCL) to name a building after Sir Francis Galton, the founder modern eugenics. Both papers present … Continue reading
During Dr Halliday Sutherland ‘s Australian tour of 1939-40 he spoke at the Town Hall in Sydney on Family Limitation, Euthanasia, Birth Control and anthropophobia.
Remarkable’ decline in fertility rate by James Gallagher is the Health and Science Correspondent for BBC News. His recent discussed research published in The Lancet that found: There has been a … Continue reading