Hodson (née Lane, 1875-1953) was educated privately, then studied German and Italian at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford; later she became interested in the heredity and treatment of mental deseases. She was general secretary of the Eugenics Society (1920-31), sat on the council (1933), and became life fellow in 1937. She was honorary general secretary of the Bureau of Human Fertility and editor of the Eugenics Review.
See list of letters .
Source: Eugenics Society, list of members; obituary in Eugenics Review, July 1953, pp. 78-79.
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