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Organization is exactly "National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control"
Letter to the
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Testimony Before the United States House of Representatives on H. R. 11082
The following is an excerpt from the hearings, including only Margaret Sanger's testimony and her direct responses.
My Plan for World Peace
This is a revised version of Sanger's Jan. 17, 1932 speech "My Way to Peace," given to the New History Society. It is not clear if this version was ever delivered of pub;ished. Handwritten interlineations were made by Margaret Sanger. At least one…
H. G. Wells Tribute Dinner Address
Sanger organized a tribute dinner to H. G. Wells as a fund-raiser and publicity even for the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
Interview with the
Charleston (SC) Gazette
Civic Club Dinner Speech
Complete copy of sanger's speech was not found. Newspaper coverage was used in its place.
[Mt. Holyoke Lecture]
This speech was delivered at the Mount Holyoke Chapel. The actual speech was not located; press coverage provides details.
"The Next Step"
For a draft verson see Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition, Smith College Collections, S73:173.
[Speech to Illinois Birth Control League]
Sanger's speech before the Illinois Birth Control League at the Chicago Women's Club delivered April 30, 1929. Original not found. Covered in the Waterloo (Iowa) Evening Courier, April 30, 1929.
[Buffalo Speech on Establishing a Clinic]