1851–1936

May 22, 1851, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

October 13, 1936, Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

Amélie was the daughter of Aimé and Marie Humbert-Droz. In her youth, she was active with the Salvation Army. She was private secretary of Josephine Butler (1876–85), opposed the official regulation of prostitution, and followed her mother in the movement for moral recovery.

She served as secretary (1888–1915), then vice-president (1915–25) of the International Union of the Friends of the Girl and editor of its journal, Le Journal du Bien Public.

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