Promoted as one of the most widely read books of 1913, My Little Sister received much press when it was published both in the U.S. and in the UK (Under […]
An article in the New York Times in 1913 made the dubious claim that over 50,000 girls were abducted each year when they migrated to cities. This is just one […]
Part of the 1913 – 1914 season of white slave plays, The Fight offered a thrilling brothel rescue scene, a feminist protagonist, and unveiled political corruption. It was ultimately censored […]
This 1904 melodrama by Martin Hurley portrayed the rescue of an unsuspecting daughter from the vice den of a white slaver. There are three reviews. Dealers in White Women […]
Kate Carew was a reporter and caricaturist who reported on white slavery, among other topics, in 1910. […]
One of the most infamous censored brothel plays of the 1913 season.