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Sanger spoke at the Schwab Auditorium at Penn State College on November 15, 1932, the first in a series of talks sponsored by the Penn State Christian Association. The speech was not found, but quotes were taken from reports in the Daily…
Speech delivered at Auditorium Theater, Oakland, California on December 19th 1928. Handwritten additions are by Margaret Sanger.
This unsigned editorial may have been written by Margaret Sanger.
This speech was typed on the reverse of Hartford Birth Control League stationary, possibly during Sanger's stay in Hartford, when she gave "The Meaning of Birth Control," on Feb. 11, 1923. For similar speech, see "Compulsory Motherhood,"…
For Part II of this article see "Impressions of the East Side, Part II," New York Call, Sept. 10, 1911. For another copy see Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm, Library of Congress, LCM 135:172
This roundtable discussion, led by Margaret Sanger included John Randal Baker, Guy Irving Burch, Robert Emmet Chaddock, Robert Hamilton Coats, Walter Russell Crocker, Henry Pratt Fairchild, Ernst Freund, Corrado Gini, Harold Foote Gosnell, Mr.…
This untitled draft has paraphrases and uncredited quotes from at least three other sources: Charles Vickery Drysdale, "A Guiding Principle for Eugenic Reform", Eugenics Review, July 1922,…
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