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Place is exactly "San Francisco, CA"
Western Women Demand Information
Social and Economic Phases of Birth Control
For additional coverage of her speech, see "Birth Control Leader Fights Japanese Ban," in San Francisco Chronicle, Feb. 19, 1922. Sanger gave this address in California Hall in San Francisco.
Minute Interviews with Noted Women
This clipping was found in a scrapbook with no newspaper identified. The intreview was apparently conducted by the Newspaper Enterprise Association, a U.S.-based ditorial column and comic strip newspaper syndication service…
"'Police Can't Stop Me,' Says Margaret Sanger"
For other New York Call articles on the clinic, see Oct. 20,1916. Also see New York Tribune,, Oct. 24, 1916 and Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Oct. 22 and Oct. 24, 1916.
[The Necessity for Birth Control in the United States]
Sanger spoke before 1200 people in a mass meeting sponsored by American Women's Independence Committee at California Hall in San Francisco. 625 Polk Street 94102.
Middle Western States Birth Control Conference Welcoming Address
With this address, Sanger opened the Middle Western States Birth Control Conference, held in Chicago at the Drake Hotel. Handwritten additions by Sanger.
[International News Service Interview]
For a similar statement, see ""Statement on Japanese Trip," Aug. 9, 1952.