New York Times
[Statement on Henry Caravati's Letter to the New York Times]
This is Sanger's comment on a letter published in the New York Times on May 4, 1933 by Henry Caravati. Caravati responded to Sanger's statement with a list of organizations opposed to birth control which the Times published on May 18,…
[Carnegie Hall Address]
Margaret Sanger spoke before three thousand at Carnegie Hall on the eve of her sentencing for opening the Brownsville Clinic. The only version of the speech located comes from newspaper reports. The New York Times reported that, "Mrs.…
[Statement on the Parents' Exposition]
The last portion of the article consisting of O'Shea's reply has been omitted.
Mass Meeting for Birth Control Address
Sanger gave this address, after discarding her prepared statement, at the Mass Meeting for Birth Control, held at Carnegie Hall. Attended by an audience of three thousand, mostly women, the meeting was to…
[Portions of Carnegie Hall Address]
Sanger spoke before three thousand at Carnegie Hall on the eve of her sentencing for opening the Brownsville Clinic. The only version of the speech is was located from newspaper reports. The New…
Apostle of Birth Control Sees Cause Gaining Here
This article was reprinted by the American Birth Control League in a flyer with two other newspaper articles as "Real Facts About Birth Control," ca. April 1923 (Margaret Sanger Papers Microfim,Library of Congress LCM 129:580).
[Remarks to American Women's Association Club]
Sanger's speech to more than 400 at the American Women's Association Clubhouse was not found, but press coverage provides some excerpts. Henry Pratt Fairchild also spoke at the meeting which was presided over by Ida Haar Timme.
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