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Margaret Sanger Papers , 1761-1995 (Bulk: 1900-1966)
226 boxes (112.75 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 138

Abstract:
Birth control advocate and nurse. Sanger, a sex reform activist, fought for women's rights to use contraceptives and founded both the national and international Planned Parenthood Federations. Papers include correspondence, writings, organizational and conference materials documenting her leadership of the American and international birth control movements. Also included are records of activities and events related to Sanger's personal life, tributes, travels, art work, family materials, audio and video recordings, and dozens of photographs. (NOTE: The papers are divided into two distinct portions: those microfilmed by the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, consisting of 39.5 linear feet; and the unfilmed portion consisting of 73.5 linear feet. There is no container listing for the microfilmed portion included here. For more information see Scope and Contents note.)

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection. However, in order to preserve the original materials, researchers are requested to use the microfilm for those portions of the collection where it's available.

Restrictions on use:

Alexander Sanger, as representative of the Sanger family, holds copyright to unpublished works by Margaret Sanger. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission to publish must also be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note
Margaret Sanger, 1916

Margaret Sanger, 1916

Margaret Louise Higgins was born in Corning, New York, on September 15, 1879, the sixth of eleven children and the third of four daughters born to Anne Purcell Higgins and Michael Hennessey Higgins, a stone mason. Her two elder sisters worked to supplement the family income, and financed her education at Claverack College, a private coeducational preparatory school in the Catskills. After leaving Claverack, Higgins took a job teaching first grade to immigrant children, but decided after a short time that the work did not suit her temperament. She returned to Corning where her mother, then only forty-nine years old, was dying of tuberculosis. Margaret Higgins blamed her mother's untimely death, as well as her sisters' need to sacrifice their own ambitions to support the family, on her parents' high fertility. Though she loved and admired her father, she resented his demand that she take her mother's place managing the household. Shortly after her Anne Higgins's death, Margaret Higgins left Corning for White Plains, New York, where she entered nursing school.

In 1902, after completing two years of practical nursing training and gaining acceptance to a three-year degree program, Higgins met and married William Sanger, an architect and aspiring artist. By 1910 Margaret Sanger had survived her own bout with tuberculosis and given birth to three children (Stuart, 1903; Grant, 1908; and Peggy, 1910), but was chafing inside her role as a traditional housewife and mother in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Later that year the family moved to Manhattan where, through her work as a home nurse on the Lower East Side and her political involvements with the International Workers of the World and anarchist Emma Goldman, Margaret Sanger was drawn into the burgeoning struggle for women's right to control their sexuality and fertility. By 1912 Sanger was widely recognized as a writer and speaker about sex reform. Later that year she became a regular contributor to the socialist newspaper The Call, where she published a series of articles on sexual hygiene. One of these, an article about syphilis published in February 1913, was targeted by the U.S. Post Office under the Comstock Act of 1873, which banned the distribution of sexually-related material through the U.S. mail. This repression of her writings, combined with her exposure to the damages done to women by repeated childbirths and self-induced abortions, led to Sanger's decision to devote herself entirely to the birth control movement. By 1914 she had separated from her husband, written a pamphlet entitled Family Limitation which coined the term "birth control," traveled to Europe to research new contraceptive methods, and set out to establish a system of advice centers where women throughout the U.S. could obtain reliable birth control information.

Sanger's use of radical tactics to educate women about birth control, especially her publication of the radical journal The Woman Rebel, brought her once again to the attention of the U.S. Postal Service. When the U.S. government brought charges against her, Sanger fled to Europe where she befriended the sex reformer Havelock Ellis, who encouraged her to avoid radical political rhetoric and reframe her writings in the language of the social sciences. The pneumonia death of five-year-old Peggy Sanger, which occurred shortly after her mother's return to the New York in October 1915, devastated Margaret Sanger. But Peggy's death, in tandem with William Sanger's arrest for distributing a copy of Family Limitation, aroused considerable public sympathy for Sanger, which, in turn, led the U.S. government to drop its earlier charges against her. More convinced than ever of the need to legalize birth control, Sanger and her younger sister Ethel Byrne opened the Brownsville Clinic in Brooklyn in October 1916 and, for ten days before the police closed it down, the two dispensed contraceptive advice to 488 women. Tried and imprisoned for her work, Margaret Sanger became a national figure. On appeal, Sanger won a clarification of the New York law forbidding the dissemination of contraceptive information. The Judge, Frederick Crane, rejected Sanger's argument that, because it forced women to risk death in pregnancy, the law was unconstitutional. Nevertheless, Crane did establish doctors' right to provide women with contraceptive advice for "the cure and prevention of disease."

Interpreting Crane's decision broadly as a mandate for birth control clinics staffed by doctors, Sanger completed the strategic and tactical transformation she had begun at Havelock Ellis's suggestion. Sanger minimized her radical past and began to stress eugenic arguments for birth control over feminist ones. In doing so, she gained increasing support from both medical professionals and philanthropists; in 1921 such backing allowed her to organize the American Birth Control League, which would become the Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942. In 1923, aided by her second husband, millionaire J. Noah Slee, Sanger opened the first doctor-staffed contraceptive clinic in the U.S., the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau in New York City, under the direction of Dr. Hannah Stone. In addition to dispensing birth control information and devices, the Bureau trained hundreds of physicians in contraceptive techniques and served as a model for the national network of 300 clinics Sanger and her supporters would establish over the next fifteen years. In 1925 Sanger convinced her old friend Herbert Simonds to found the Holland Rantos Company, which became the first American company to produce the diaphragm. Between 1929 and 1936 Sanger and her lobbying group, the Committee on Federation legislation for Birth Control, waged a series of court battles which culminated in United States v. One Package, which overturned the old statutes by permitting the mailing of contraceptive devices intended for physicians. Sanger's victory in this case led the American Medical Association to endorse contraception as a legitimate medical service and a vital component of medical education in 1937.

After the U.S. v. One Package Victory Sanger retired to Tucson, Arizona determined to play less central role in the birth control movement, yet her influence continued. In 1952 Sanger helped found the International Planned Parenthood Federation and served as the organization's first president. Also in the 1950s she won philanthropist Katharine Dexter McCormick's financial support for Gregory Pincus's work on the development of the birth control pill. Margaret Sanger died of congestive heart failure in Tucson on September 6, 1966.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Margaret Sanger Papers are divided into two distinct portions: those papers that were microfilmed by the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, consisting of 39.5 linear feet (95 boxes; 83 reels); and the unfilmed portion of the papers consisting of 73.5 linear feet (131 boxes). The unfilmed records and papers were, with few exceptions, not created or authored by Sanger. Material authored by Sanger (including her complete writings), and core organizational records as well as many legal and miscellaneous materials were extracted and included in Microfilm Edition. The unfilmed portion of the Margaret Sanger Papers has been arranged and described to be used in tandem with the microfilm edition. Many of the records are overlapping and interrelated, and some duplication exists between the collections.

The published microfilm edition of the Smith College Collections consists of nearly 45,000 documents drawn from the Margaret Sanger Papers and nineteen other collections of manuscript material and archival records located in the Sophia Smith Collection and Smith College Archives at Smith College. Included are all of Sanger's correspondence and writings, along with a large selection of organizational, conference, and legal materials documenting her leadership of the American and international birth control movements, and other records of activities and events related to Sanger's personal life, awards, tributes, travels, art work, and family. Records were included in the microfilm edition only if created by Sanger, prepared under her supervision, or if they pertained directly to Sanger and her activities. The microfilm edition also includes Sanger documents from twenty other archival and manuscript collections, primarily in the Sophia Smith Collection, but also including several from the Smith College Archives. The published guide is entitled The Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition: Smith College Collection Series (1996). In addition, University Publications has published the Collected Documents, a series of Sanger's papers collected by the Margaret Sanger Papers Project from repositories around the world (guide and microfilm are available in the SSC reading room). The Sanger collection at the Library of Congress, the largest collection of her papers, was microfilmed in 1977.

There is no further description or container listing for the microfilmed portion included here. For more information about the Sanger Papers on microfilm, and to view the online guide to the microfilm, as well as selected documents online, go to the Margaret Sanger Papers Project Web site.

The unfilmed portion of the Sanger Papers and consists of 73.25 linear feet of materials in the original Sanger papers at Smith College that were excluded from the 1995 microfilm edition. It includes a wide range of records that are essential to understanding the roots of the American birth control movement and the work of Margaret Sanger, and that highlight many of the other individuals who led in the pioneering effort to legalize and disseminate contraception in America and abroad. It contains materials documenting the American and international birth control movements from the 1910s to circa 1966 and to a lesser extent, the life of Margaret Sanger (1879-1966). Included are correspondence and biographical material of Sanger friends and family, and individuals participating in the birth control movement; limited organization and conference records; informational files on countries and states; subject files covering issues and topics related to birth control, population and sexuality; biographical materials, including some of Sanger's financial records, address books, some family material, and obituaries; research on Sanger, including book manuscripts, biographical work, and theses; printed material, including both foreign and domestic periodicals related to birth control, sexuality and population, and clippings spanning Sanger's lifetime; audio and video recordings; and photographs.

The unfilmed portion documents the American and international birth control movements, particularly between the years 1920 and 1962, but includes records spanning the mid- 19th century to 1970 related to the history of contraception, malthusianism, eugenics, sex education, and other topics related to birth control and population planning. In particular, the correspondence and biographical material serve as an essential supplement to the microfilmed portion, as well as providing substantive information on many of Sanger's closest friends and principal supporters. The collection includes significant documentation of many international organizations and clinics particularly in Europe and Asia, and records of many regional organizations and clinics in the U. S. This collection also provides material on the 19th century English and American roots of the Sanger-led birth control movement. In addition, the Unfilmed Collection offers extensive information on Sanger's family, in particular her second husband, J. Noah Slee, and her sons Grant and Stuart Sanger.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection. However, in order to preserve the original materials, researchers are requested to use the microfilm for those portions of the collection where it's available.

Restrictions on use:

Alexander Sanger, as representative of the Sanger family, holds copyright to unpublished works by Margaret Sanger. Permission must be obtained to publish reproductions or quotations beyond "fair use." Copyright to materials created by others may be owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights. Permission to publish must also be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following formats when citing materials from this collection:

For materials in the the unfilmed portion: "The Margaret Sanger Papers (unfilmed), Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass."

For microfilmed materials: Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition: Smith College Collections Series.

If using originals in the SSC from the microfilmed portion, cite as follows: "The Margaret Sanger Papers (microfilmed), Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass."

Additional Formats

Thanks to the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, a large portion of this collection is available on microfilm and can be ordered through interlibrary loan. The Project has also published the The Selected Papers of Margaret Sanger in three volumes (a fourth volume is in progress), and has made seleted documents available online. For more information, go to the Margaret Sanger Papers Project Web site.

History of the Collection

Margaret Sanger donated her papers to the Sophia Smith Collection in 1946 and continued to add to them until her death in 1966. Since then additional material has been given to the SSC by family members, The Margaret Sanger Papers Project, and others.

Accruals:

Periodic additions to collection are expected.

Processing Information

Papers processed by Peter Engleman, 1998. Photographs processed by Margaret Jessup.


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Series Descriptions (unfilmed portion)
1889-1995, n.d.
(6.3 linear ft).

Arrangement:

Series I is organized into nine subseries: Personal records; Awards, honors, anniversaries, and, degrees; Films and television; Homes; Arizona activities; Margaret Sanger's death; Miscellaneous; and Research and publications about Sanger. Subseries 5 of the microfilm edition contains material of the same nature, much of it authored by Sanger.

Scope and content:

The Personal records consist of checkbook stubs and expenses books, address books, Christmas lists, and a large number of calendars and appointment books (copies of which were filmed as part of the microfilm edition). These records provide an excellent source for names and addresses of Sanger friends and workers in the birth control movement. A small amount of material on Sanger's family includes family trees for Sanger/Higgins/Purcell and Slee, information on William Sanger's parents (including a 1903 letter from Edward Sanger to Andrew Carnegie), and the Higgins family bible showing Sanger's original birth date crossed-out and amended.

Many of the documents in the subseries Awards, honors, anniversaries, and degrees duplicate material in the microfilm edition. The unfilmed material contains many clippings and the actual awards or medallions, etc. that were not microfilmed. Of particular note is a 1966 letter from President Lyndon Johnson to George Lindsay of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America regarding the Margaret Sanger Award; many acknowledgment letters pertaining to the honorary degree Sanger received from Smith College in 1949; and the 1991 Arizona Hall of Fame Award which spurred a debate in the press over accusations that Sanger was a racist.

Film and television includes information on attempts to make a film about Sanger, as well as responses to some of Sanger's television appearances, most notably a 1952 Freedom Forum interview in Los Angeles, and her 1957 interview with Mike Wallace. [See also SERIES VII. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL]

The Homes subseries contains correspondence with contractors and bills from the construction of the Willowlake estate in Fishkill, New York in the early 1920s, and Sanger's Sierra Vista home in Tucson, Arizona which she built in 1949. Also included are various lists of furnishings and work assignments and schedules for domestic help.

Arizona activities consists mainly of printed material and some correspondence related the local organizations Sanger belonged to or supported, such as the Tucson Festival of the Arts, the Tucson Medical Center (includes Florence Rose correspondence), and the Tucson Watercolor Guild.

The subseries Margaret Sanger's death consists primarily of obituaries and news notices from clipping services. Also included are Congressional Record acknowledgments and documents related to Sanger's memorial services, including a letter from Florence Rose describing the memorial service for Sanger in New York.

Miscellaneous contains material that has been arranged alphabetically by subject matter and includes such topics as art exhibits, Claverack College, Corning, New York, interior decoration, the Library of Congress collection of Sanger's papers, and the Society of Rosicrusians. Memorabilia, consisting primarily of gifts given to Sanger during her world travels, is included in this series.

The final subseries, Research and publications about Sanger, contains writings by her contemporaries, biography manuscripts, oral histories, research papers, and theses. Much of the material in this series was written after Sanger's death in 1966. The subseries includes a copy of Harold Hersey's 1938 unpublished biography, Margaret Sanger: The Biography of a Birth Control Pioneer, the only biography written by a friend and colleague (one other copy is located in the New York Public Library). Manuscripts for two later, published biographies are also here: a typescript and research notebooks for Lawrence Lader's The Margaret Sanger Story, and a typescript for Madeline Gray's Margaret Sanger: Birth Control Pioneer. The several theses filed in the Research series include Alexander Sanger's 1969 Princeton undergraduate thesis on his grandmother during the years 1910 to 1917. This series also contains two interviews with Grant Sanger, and interviews with Nancy Sanger Ivins and Margaret Sanger Marston (Sanger's granddaughters), and Sanger's niece, Olive Byrne Richard. Many articles and biographical writings from magazines and birth control publications, such as the 1930 New Yorker profile of Sanger and the 1937 Life Magazine spread, are also located here.

Related material:

See also SERIES X. OVERSIZE for additional biographical material.

(1840-1980, n.d.)
.7 linear ft.

Sanger's writings in the unfilmed portion of her papers contain a number of foreign language versions of Family Limitation; two editions of What Every Girl Should Know, an edition of What Every Mother Should Know; a large amount of correspondence related to distribution and complimentary copies of Sanger's 1938 Autobiography; notes on a proposed play about birth control (possibly written by Henriette Posner); and notes and research materials that were probably used for drafting articles and speeches. The writings series also contains material on Sanger's 1940 speaking tour of Massachusetts and the infamous Holyoke incident.

(1877-1983)
4.5 linear ft.

Arrangement:

Series III is arranged alphabetically by individual or organization and includes a correspondence file and/or other material (writings, clippings, reports) sorted in chronological order.

Scope and content:

This series includes correspondence regarding all aspects of the American and international birth control movements. The series incorporates correspondence, articles, reports and clippings related to Sanger's co-workers, other major players in the American birth control movement, particularly after 1930, and the chief organizers and financial supporters of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, established in 1952. This series also contains a significant amount of correspondence from Sanger family members and friends, and covers a wide range of projects and issues apart from birth control.

Although most letters were filed under the author's name, each individual's file may contain both incoming and outgoing correspondence. Most letters written by secretaries or other organization staff were filed by recipient, as were letters written by little known or insignificant parties.

Correspondence covering the major birth control organizations Sanger established, led, or in which she played a significant role is included in this series under individuals associated with a particular organization, as well as in SERIES IV. ORGANIZATIONS AND CONFERENCES, under the name of the organization. The series IV correspondence tends to relate specifically to the work of the organization: letters written and received on behalf of organization staff. Series III correspondence is more difficult to categorize. It typically covers much broader themes and is, generally, less relevant to a specific organization. The series III correspondence is also more personal and reflective of the work and concerns of the author/recipient. For a list of organization personnel for the sixteen organizations that Sanger was associated with, see the organizational histories in the guide to The Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition: Smith College Collection Series.

The files of several individuals in series III include a significant amount of correspondence related to specific organizations. The Florence Rose file contains material on the BCCRB, the NCFLBC, the BCFA, and the PPFA. Robert Dickinson's correspondence concerns his advisory role with the BCCRB and the work of the National Committee on Maternal Health. The correspondence filed under Hannah Stone and Abraham Stone relates to the affairs of the BCCRB and MSRB, as well as various contraceptive research and writing projects. Information on the NCFLBC can be found under Hazel Moore, George Hastings and Margaret Valiant, among others. Correspondence concerning PPFA affairs is most concentrated in the files of William Vogt and D. Kenneth Rose, two national directors of the organization. Correspondence related to the IPPF and international work is more plentiful. Major participants in the international movement represented here include: Dorothy Brush, Clarence Gamble, Shidzue Kato, Dhanvanthi Rama Rau, Abraham Stone, Ellen Watumull, Edith How-Martyn, C. P. Blacker, and Vera Houghton. The file on Shidzue Kato contains significant documentation on the Japanese birth control movement. Correspondence under Charles Scribner, William Mathews, and Elizabeth Newman concerns General Douglas MacArthur's 1949 decision to deny Sanger a visa to enter Japan.

Dorothy Brush's and Clarence Gamble's correspondence/biographical files, the two largest in the series, provide a wealth of information on particular aspects of the birth control movement. Brush, a close friend of Sanger, travelled with her on several trips to Europe and Asia, edited the IPPF newsletter, and provided funding for Sanger. Her correspondence offers a more intimate account of some of Sanger's activities and the emergence of an organized birth control movement in Asia. While the Sophia Smith Collection houses a separate collection of Brush's papers, some of her writings, including drafts of an article about her travels with Sanger, can be found here. Additional Brush correspondence is located in the Smith College Honorary Degree file in series I. Gamble was associated in one way or another with each organization Sanger led. His correspondence documents his multifaceted role as benefactor, medical researcher, and movement gadfly. His papers, including many publications and research reports, also describe the grass roots efforts to set up birth control clinics and organizations in Asia and many non-industrialized countries.

Information on contraceptive research is scattered throughout the correspondence. In particular, the correspondence of Lydia DeVilbiss, Gamble, and Abraham and Hannah Stone offers important supplementary documentation to the Sanger correspondence in the microfilm edition. The DeVilbiss correspondence primarily concerns her controversial work on developing and testing a foam powder contraceptive designed to be used by the uneducated and the poor. Her correspondence with Abraham Stone is located in the Stone file.

Reports, articles, and correspondence concerning the development of the anovulant pill can be found under Katharine Dexter McCormick, John Rock, and Gregory Pincus.

This series contains approximately twenty client letters (filed under "client"): inquiries from men and women seeking contraceptive information. This is a small number compared to the several hundred that are included in the microfilm editions of the Smith College Collections and the Library of Congress collection of Sanger's papers, but it is a valuable resource since many thousands of these letters were treated as confidential medical records and most likely destroyed by Sanger and her co-workers.

Printed material on the history of the English birth control movement and censorship is contained in the non-correspondence file of Annie Besant. Included are 19th century publications by Besant, information of the Besant-Bradlaugh trial, publications of the theosophical movement, and copies of Charles Knowlton's birth control tract, Fruits of Philosophy. Pamphlets and writings by Besant, C. R. Drysdale, Charles Vickery Drysdale, and Alice Drysdale Vickery also provide background on the Malthusian League, eugenics, and population control.

Series III includes correspondence regarding efforts on the part of Sanger and Florence Rose, her long time secretary, to assist European refugees in emigrating to the U.S. during the late 1930s and 1940s. This correspondence is located under Anna Kreupl, Lilia Skala, Norbert Neufeld, Ludmilla Protitch, Leopold Pulitzer, Wilhelm Josefovitz, and Ludwig Chiavacci, and supplements the more extensive run of refugee correspondence in the microfilm edition.

Significant correspondence between many of Sanger's closest friends can be found under Juliet Rublee, Dorothy Brush, Elizabeth Newman, Anne Kennedy, and Leighton Rollins, among others. The Rublee - Brush correspondence partially chronicles their long feud over who was most committed to Sanger's best interests. Much of the Rollins correspondence concerns his play about Sanger written in 1950. The Rollins, Brush, and Elizabeth Bacon correspondence also include discussions of Sanger's declining health during her final years.

An exchange of love letters between Hugh de Selincourt and Francoise Cyon Lafitte is located in the Lafitte correspondence. The two carried on an affair for many years while Lafitte was living with Havelock Ellis and de Selincourt was married. Sanger's relevancy to this relationship (she was close friends and carried on long affairs with both de Selincourt and Ellis) is made apparent in her correspondence with Ellis, de Selincourt and Lafitte contained on both the Library of Congress and Smith College Collections microfilms.

Series III contains important family correspondence and a few family records. The correspondence of Sanger's sisters, Anna Higgins, Ethel Byrne, and Mary Higgins includes several early letters. A large file concerning the disposition of William Purcell's (Sanger's maternal uncle) estate is located in the Anna Higgins correspondence. The non-correspondence file for Mary Higgins contains a journal (1895-1900) that includes passages on the death of their mother, Ann Purcell Higgins. The files on Sanger's sons, Grant and Stuart, are mostly composed of school and college records and early correspondence with friends and family. Included in Grant Sanger's correspondence are letters and cards written while escorting his mother on her ground-breaking 1922 world tour in which they travelled through Asia, northern Africa, and Europe. A few letters to Grant, Stuart and Peggy Sanger from their father are found under William Sanger, along with an early and barely legible diary. The large file on J. Noah Slee contains correspondence concerning the Three-in-One Oil Company, loans and investments; correspondence with business associate Norman Bray; and correspondence with his sons and daughter. Some of Slee's correspondence as treasurer of the BCCRB and NCFLBC is located in the correspondence files of the organizations in series IV. The non-correspondence filed under Slee includes divorce papers from his first marriage; expense books dating from 1891, address books, passports and appointment books; and horoscopes and psychic writings.

Related material:

Finally, correspondence related to the collection and preservation of Sanger's papers in the Sophia Smith Collection is located under Margaret Grierson, Dorothy Brush, Leighton Rollins, and Grant and Stuart Sanger.

(1903-1966)
8 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The organization records are arranged alphabetically by name of organization, and then sorted by category of material (minutes, reports, form letters, etc.) under each organization, and arranged chronologically under each category. The conference material has been organized chronologically by conference. Larger conferences have been broken down further by record type (programs, correspondence, proceedings, etc.).

Scope and content:

This series is very incomplete and deficient in key documents. Core organization and conference records such as board and major committee minutes, annual reports, and publications, releases, pamphlets and other material written by Sanger or directly related to her work have been incorporated in the microfilm edition. For more information on the Sanger related birth control organizations, see the organizational histories in the guide to The Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition: Smith College Collection Series.

The organization materials that remain in the unfilmed collection include records of the major birth control organizations that Sanger was associated with: the American Birth Control League (ABCL), Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (BCCRB), Birth Control Federation of America (BCFL), Birth Control International Information Centre (BCIIC), International Committee on Planned Parenthood (ICPP), International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), Margaret Sanger Research Bureau (MSRB), National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control (NCFLBC), Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), and World Population Emergency Campaign (WPEC). A smaller group of records covers many of the other organizations that were vital to Sanger's work, including the ACLU, the AMA, the American Nurses Association, the Human Betterment Association, the New York City Department of Health, and the Population Reference Bureau, among many others; English organizations that worked closely with Sanger: the Malthusian League (includes writings by Alice Vickery and C.V. Drysdale) and the Eugenics Society; and two early birth control organizations that competed with Sanger: the National Birth Control League and the Voluntary Parenthood League. However, most of these files contain only a few pamphlets or a small amount of correspondence. Limited records of several foundations that supported Sanger's work are also contained in this series.

For each of the major Sanger birth control organizations, the records are arranged in roughly the same order: general information, correspondence, minutes, organizational memos, publications, reports, form letters. Some of the organizations include other categories of material which are filed in a logical progression.

Most of the ABCL records cover the years 1929-1939 when Sanger was not active in ABCL affairs (she resigned as president in 1928). The correspondence in the ABCL files contains many letters to and from NCFLBC staff as the two organizations discussed issues related to congressional lobbying efforts and fund-raising. The ABCL publications file includes reports on and articles about the Birth Control Review, which was published under the auspices of the ABCL starting in 1923. All other records of the Review from the Sanger collection have been incorporated in the microfilm edition.

The BCCRB records (1928-1939) include useful statistical reports on clinic patients (many of these monthly reports are summarized in annual reports incorporated in the microfilm edition), some of Florence Rose's field reports (many more reports are contained in the Florence Rose papers in the Sophia Smith Collection) conducted in conjunction with the NCFLBC, and a study on the Recreation Rooms and Settlement Birth Control Clinic (1933-1935), a satellite clinic located in the tenement district of New York's Lower East Side. Records of the BCCRB's Harlem Branch (1930-1936) are included in a separate grouping and provide more detail than parallel records in the microfilm edition. For clinic records prior to 1928 (when the clinic operated under the auspices of the ABCL), see information regarding the Clinical Research Bureau in the ABCL files. Additional records are located under the NCFLBC (the two organizations shared staff and conducted joint fund-raising projects).

The records of the BCFA (1939-1942) include extensive publications, information on personnel, monthly reports submitted to the BCFA by the MSRB, and papers given at the 1941 annual meeting. The records also contain reports and correspondence related to the Division of Negro Services/Negro Project.

A single folder on the BCIIC is comprised of publications distributed by the organization.

A small amount of material is contained in the ICPP files (1948-1952). Most of the records duplicate what exists in the microfilm edition and concern efforts to consolidate the organization and organize a world conference in India in 1952 (at which the IPPF was formally established).

The IPPF records span 1952 to 1964 and duplicate much of what is included in the microfilm edition. The files contain a number of drafts of constitutions and by-laws, committee minutes, publications chronicling the history of the international movement, regional and special subject reports, and conference programs. The unfilmed IPPF material includes comprehensive lists of members and representatives.

The records of the MSRB (1940-1969) include detailed financial reports from the 1950s, considerable personnel information, and publications on the history of the clinic. Of particular interest are files containing transcripts of marriage counselling group sessions from 1946 to 1948. These transcripts, along with a small amount of correspondence, consist of very frank discussions about sexual dysfunction and achieving sexual compatibility. There is also a folder on proposals for a Margaret Sanger Memorial building and a group of photographs of the clinic. Some of the documents, the minutes in particular, are duplicated in the microfilm edition.

The NCFLBC records (1929-1938) contain a large correspondence file, including a series of letters from the fund-raising consultants Tamblyn & Tamblyn; extensive reports on field work and lobbying activities; financial reports; proceedings of Congressional hearings; and collections of endorsements, statements and speeches in favor of birth control. In particular, the reports from individual field workers and lobbyists document the aims and agendas of the organization and provide material that is not always condensed in summary and yearly reports located in the microfilm edition. Some of the NCFLBC records overlap with BCCRB material since the two organizations shared staff members and pursued joint projects.

Records of the PPFA (1942-1966) make up the largest group of organizational records in the unfilmed Sanger collection, but offer many documents that are available in the two microfilmed collections of Sanger's papers, as well as in the voluminous PPFA collection in the Sophia Smith Collection. The bulk of these files consist of committee minutes from the 1950s and 1960s and communications with affiliate organizations. There is minimal correspondence and noticeable gaps in the material covering the 1940s. A relatively complete run of budget and expense reports exists for the late 1950s. Notable among these records is an extensive publications file comprised of both propaganda materials and practical advice manuals, including a comic book, "Escape from Fear."

The limited WPEC records (1960-1962) include correspondence primarily related to fund-raising; documents outlining the organization's close alignment with the IPPF and merger with PPFA; newsletters and copies of IPPF's Around the World News of Population and Birth Control (a complete run is available in the Sophia Smith Collection); and several key reports, including a "Preliminary Survey of the Population Problems and Family Planning Programs in Africa, Asia, and the Western Hemisphere," and travel reports on Asia written by George and Barbara Cadbury.

The WPEC and PPFA records overlap to some extent since the organizations merged in 1961. Documents produced under the merged name of PPFA- WPEC can be found in the records of both organizations, although the preponderance of this material is filed under PPFA. The IPPF records also contain material related to WPEC, which served as a fund-raising vehicle for IPPF projects.

Information on regional and state or country clinics or organizations is located in SERIES V. COUNTRIES AND REGIONS.

The conference files span 1903 to 1960 and include documentation of small, regional conferences and major world population conferences. Core records have been incorporated in the microfilm edition. While there is some duplication between the filmed and unfilmed collections, the records here include documentation of the many contributions made by organizers of the conferences apart from Sanger.

The early conference records consist primarily of proceedings, many of which were published. The files on the 1927 World Population Conference in Geneva contain several conference publications not included in the microfilm edition, along with photographs and a scrapbook containing cards of many of the participants. Records of the Seventh International Birth Control Conference in Zurich in 1930 include transcriptions of a large number of conference speeches. Files on the international planned parenthood conferences in 1952, 1953, 1955, 1957 (proposed) and 1959, offer substantial coverage of the events in the form of programs, clippings, speech transcriptions and proceedings, as well as correspondence on the organization of the conferences and lists of sponsors, contributors and conference delegates. Copies of some of the published conference proceedings can also be found in Sanger's library (SERIES VII. PRINTED MATERIAL).

(1885-1983)
6 linear ft.

Arrangement:

Series V. is arranged alphabetically by country and by state. Each file is also arranged by document types (correspondence, reports, printed material, clippings).

Scope and content:

This series contains alphabetical files on birth control activities in many U.S. states, and countries from all five continents. Clippings and printed material are most prevalent. Correspondence and reports are also included. Separate boxes contain substantial documentation on birth control activities in Japan and India, countries which became the focus of the international movement, as well as England, France, and Germany.

The general countries files contain considerable material on Asian and Latin American countries. Most of the documentation dates from the 1950s and is linked to IPPF activities, although there are some records and publications that Sanger collected on her various world tours in the 1920s and 1930s.

The large file on England consists of extensive publications from the late 19th century to the 1950s, including early pamphlets on population control and contraception, and writings of Marie Stopes; information on several clinics and birth control organizations, including the Family Planning Association, National Birth Control Association, and Walworth Women's Welfare Centre; and numerous news extracts, articles and reprints.

Files on France and Germany contain many early and significant publications on Malthusian doctrine, sexual hygiene, contraception, and fertility studies.

The box on India includes many publications put out by the Family Planning Association of India, information on conferences, reports chronicling initial efforts to organize birth control activities in India, and a small amount of correspondence largely related to IPPF matters. The files also contain several government publications and numerous clippings.

The boxes on Japan contain a small amount of correspondence, some of which relates to General Douglas MacArthur's decision to deny Sanger a visa to enter Japan in 1950; reports; and a file on Japan birth control organizations which include important historical information on the history of the movement in Japan and the issue of population growth. The material on Japan also includes a large clipping file mostly covering the 1950s, and many publications printed in Japanese.

The states files cover 37 states and date mostly from the late 1930s to the 1950s. The Arizona file contains photographs of Mexican-American families for a case history study conducted by the Tucson Mother's Clinic.

(1761-1969)
6.7 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The subject files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

Scope and content:

They contain printed material, clippings, reports, and some correspondence regarding various topics related to birth control, population, sexuality, health, medicine, legal issues, and religion, among other topics. These files frequently duplicate printed material found in the SERIES IV. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES and SERIES V. COUNTRIES AND REGIONS. This series is an excellent source for historical material on the history of contraception and population control. It includes many late 19th century and early 20th century publications.

The files on contraception and eugenics, along with a history file (containing mostly historical outlines and articles from the English publication, the Malthusian), a file on Malthus and Malthusianism, a large amount of material on Sex Education, including early pamphlets and publications from England, Sweden and the U.S., and the Legal files make up a core collection of historical materials on the roots of the American birth control movement.

Of particular interest are the files on abortion, which include research, statistical information and some apocryphal stories on the illegal abortion industry, as well as some influential arguments in favor of legalizing abortion, such as A. J. Rongy's "Abortion and Birth Control."

Along with the Records of the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, a separate collection in the Sophia Smith Collection, the Contraception subject files provide one of the best sources of material on the history of contraceptive research and education. These files contain numerous 19th century publications for women, including catalogs of hygiene devices; popular marital guides from the 20th century; research publications on the use and effectiveness of specific contraceptive methods; and a large number of short guides written by physicians. Additional material on contraception is located throughout the subject files, particularly under Marriage, Medicine, Population, and Sex Education.

Studies on eugenics and heredity can be located in separate files under Eugenics, Heredity and Mental Hygiene. These files contain many of the seminal works on eugenics written during the early part of the century that influenced the thinking of Sanger and other leaders in the birth control movement, including publications by Moses Harmon, C.V. Drysdale, and Raymond Pearl, as well as many pamphlets and propaganda materials put out by the American Eugenics Society and the Brush Foundation, and numerous scientific papers.

Legal materials, filed under Laws, Legal Cases, and Legislation contain publications, briefs and other legal documents covering several significant cases, including the D. M. Bennett trial in 1879, the City of Portland vs. Emma Goldman and Ben Reitman in 1915, the arrest and trial of William Sanger in 1915, and the 1921 Town Hall Raid in New York. Also included are transcripts of laws and proposed laws, a list of birth control advocates who have received prison sentences, and published transcripts of Supreme Court and Congressional hearings on matters or cases related to birth control.

The large Population files are composed of statistical studies and research reports, and cover many individual countries.

Related material:

Related material can also be found under Birth Rates.

The Religion files contain significant documentation by and about the Catholic Church, and, along with a small Anti-Birth Control file, represent the bulk of the birth control opposition material in series IV.

One particularly useful file contains bibliographies of birth control literature and is located under Bibliography.

(1863-1981)
28.7 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The Periodicals subseries is sorted alphabetically by publication title; Newspaper clippings and magazine articles are chronological with separate files for a few specific subjects; and Books are arranged alphabetically by author.

Scope and content:

This series consists primarily of books and periodicals that were part of Margaret Sanger's personal library. There is also a collection of articles and newspaper clippings. The subject matter of this material reflects that of the rest of the Sanger Papers: birth control, population, eugenics, sex education, health, marriage, sexuality, and miscellaneous other topics.

(1935-1993)
1 linear ft.

This series is equally divided between a small sampling of contemporary recordings and film footage of Sanger and documentaries made after her death. The Sound recordings subseries is arranged chronologically and consists of record album, reel-to-reel tape, and cassette tape formats. Most items have been reformatted for research use (these are noted in the Contents list). There are recordings of Sanger speeches and interviews and one made after Sanger's death of Elizabeth Bacon and Leighton Rollins discussing Sanger's last years. Films and videotapes include copies of four documentaries and two contemporary films of Sanger.

(1850-1966)
3.75 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The photographs are divided into the following subseries: Margaret (Higgins) Sanger--alone (arranged chronologically); Family (subdivided into files for "Higgins," "Sanger," "Slee," and "Family dogs" and arranged alphabetically within those subdivisions); Friends and associates (divided into individuals and groups); Sites and scenes; and Miscellaneous.

Scope and content:

The Friends and associates subseries includes many "notables," such as Pearl Buck, Havelock Ellis, Mohandas Gandhi, Shidzue Kato, and many others. Box 112 contains photocopies for research purposes.

See also SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIALS and APPENDIX: PHOTOGRAPHS LOCATED IN OTHER SERIES.




Scope and content:

This series contains miscellaneous oversize items from most of the other series, arranged in the same order. The bulk of it consists of awards, honors, and memorabilia. The latter is primarily gifts given to Sanger during her world travels, including Japanese slippers, some scrapbooks, and drawings and sculptures of Sanger.

Related material:

Two busts and one bas-relief of Sanger are located in the reading room.

Contents list (unfilmed portion)
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL
1889-1995, n.d.


Personal records



Expense books
1930-54

Box 1
Checkbook stubs



1938-39

Box 1: folder 1
1941-55

Box 2: folder 1-4
Taxes
1953-54

Box 2: folder 5
Financial (miscellaneous)
1922-52

Box 2: folder 6
Address books
n.d.

Box 3: folder 1-3
Christmas lists
1931-49

Box 3: folder 4
Journal (Grant Sanger in Russia)
1934

Box 4: folder 1
Margaret Sanger's contacts en route to India, China
1935

Box 4: folder 2
Appointment calendars



1920-39

Box 4
1940-44

Box 5: folder 1-4
1945-48

Box 6: folder 1-3
1949

Box 7: folder 1
1950-57

Box 8: folder 1-3
1959

Box 8
Family tree (Higgins-Purcell and Slee families)
1965

Box 9: folder 1
Sanger family history (miscellaneous)
1903, 1995, n.d.

Box 9: folder 2
Family record from Sanger family Bible (photocopies)


Box 9: folder 3
Sanger family Bible
n.d.

Box 9
Awards, honors, anniversaries, and degrees



American Woman's Association testimonial dinner
1932

Box 10: folder 1
Twenty-first anniversary dinner
1935

Box 10: folder 2
Town Hall Club award
1937

Box 10: folder 3
Nobel Peace Prize nomination campaigns
1938-60

Box 10: folder 4
Smith College honorary degree of Doctor of Laws
1949

Box 10: folder 5
Lasker award
1950

Box 10: folder 6
Women's Scholarship Association, Roosevelt University, Chicago
1965

Box 10: folder 7
Third Class Order of the Precious Crown (Japan)
1965

Box 10: folder 8
Tucson testimonial dinner
1965

Box 10: folder 9
University of Arizona honorary degree
1965

Box 11: folder 1
Cordelia Scaife May, Chair of Family Planning at the University of West Virginia Medical School
1966

Box 11: folder 2
Margaret Sanger Award (to Lyndon Johnson)
1966

Box 11: folder 3
Planned Parenthood, World Population Banquet
1966

Box 11: folder 4
Margaret Sanger exhibit and symposium
1966

Box 11: folder 5
Margaret Sanger College: Programs
1969

Box 11: folder 6
National Women's Hall of Fame Award
1981

Box 11: folder 7
Arizona Hall of Fame
1991

Box 11: folder 8
International Planned Parenthood Federation, New Delhi
1959

Box 12: folder 1
American Humanist Association, Humanist of the Year
1957

Box 12: folder 2
Gold pendant (unidentified)
n.d.

Box 12: folder 3
Town Hall Club
1935

Box 12
Family awards (milk carton tops)
n.d.

Box 12
Third Class Order of the Precious Crown (Japan)
1965

Box 12
Margaret Sanger Birth Control Conference, Zurich
1930

Box 12
American Woman's Association
1931

Box 12
Films and television



"No More Children" (early birth control film): Advertisement
n.d.

Box 13: folder 1
"Birth Right" (script for documentary film)
1948

Box 13: folder 2
Proposed film on life of Margaret Sanger
1951-52

Box 13: folder 3
Documentary by Herman Engel
1965-66

Box 13: folder 4
"Freedom Forum,"
1952


General


Box 13: folder 5
Response against and for Margaret Sanger
1952

Box 13: folder 6-9
Mike Wallace interview
1957

Box 13: folder 10
Eisenhower and birth control, Tucson
1959

Box 13: folder 11
Homes



Willowlake



General
1925-47

Box 14: folder 1
Building and furnishings
1922-23

Box 14: folder 2
Tucson



General
1942-43, 1956

Box 14: folder 3
Sierra Vista
1949-56

Box 14: folder 4-6
Domestic help schedules
1938, 1942

Box 14: folder 7
Arizona activities



Arizona Children's Home Association
1942

Box 15: folder 1
Education
1952

Box 15: folder 2
"Hoof Prints" (Arizona calendar of events)
1952-1953

Box 15: folder 3
University Methodist Church
1950-54

Box 15: folder 4
Tucson Festival of Arts
1951

Box 15: folder 5
Tucson Fine Arts Association
1951, n.d.

Box 15: folder 6
Tucson Medical Center



General
1946, 1951

Box 15: folder 7
Florence Rose
1945-46

Box 15: folder 8
Tucson Water Color Guild
1950, 1951

Box 15: folder 9
Miscellaneous Tucson events and organizations
1939-61

Box 15: folder 10
Margaret Sanger's death,
1966-67


Newspaper clippings


Box 16: folder 1-14
Memorial service, St. George's Episcopal Church


Box 16: folder 15
Congressional Record


Box 16: folder 16
Obituaries


Box 16: folder 17
List of obituary notices


Box 16: folder 18
Resolution relating to death of Margaret Sanger


Box 16: folder 19
Visitors to Margaret Sanger in nursing home in Tucson


Box 16: folder 20
Miscellaneous memorabilia



Art exhibits
1948-61

Box 17: folder 1
Art work by Margaret Sanger
n.d.

Box 17: folder 2
Bookplate designed by Rockwell Kent
1939-49

Box 17: folder 3
"Bookworm" publication (related to Mary Higgins?)
1890

Box 17: folder 4
Christmas cards (Sanger-Slee)
1945, n.d.

Box 17: folder 5
Christmas gift lists
1948, n.d.

Box 17: folder 6
Christmas cards sent to Margaret Sanger
1950-57

Box 17: folder 7
Claverack College
1889, 1939

Box 17: folder 8
Contributions
1943-57

Box 17: folder 9
Corning, New York and Higgins family: Clippings and recent correspondence about
1917-77

Box 17: folder 10
Drawing of M. Sanger/poem by Beatrice [?], signed by Sanger "To Leighton [Rollins], The Poet Jester"


Box 17: folder 11
Entertainment (guest lists, menus, etc.)
1946-53

Box 17: folder 12
Fishkill, New York
n.d.

Box 17: folder 13
Genius analysis
1932

Box 17: folder 14-15
Hair (locks of Sanger's hair)
n.d.

Box 17: folder 16
Herbs
n.d.

Box 17: folder 17
Immigrants (sponsorship of)
1938-41

Box 17: folder 18
Interior decoration: New York School of Interior Design
n.d.

Box 17: folder 19
Invitations
1932-62

Box 18: folder 1
Japanese slippers


Box 18: folder 2
Library of Congress, Sanger Collection



General
1954, n.d.

Box 18: folder 3
Correspondence
1965-66

Box 18: folder 4
Magazine subscriptions
1942-53

Box 18: folder 5
Mailing lists
1916-36

Box 18: folder 6
Maine Chance Farm and Arizona Maine Chance
n.d.

Box 18: folder 7
Medical reports
1936

Box 18: folder 8
Membership cards
1952-57

Box 18: folder 9
Miscellaneous
1936-58

Box 18: folder 10
Notes (miscellaneous)
1922-60

Box 18: folder 11
Overseas Associations Incorporated (food-gift parcel service)
1947, 1950

Box 18: folder 12
Persons associated with Sanger (lists)
1960, 1967

Box 18: folder 13
Psychic writing
n.d.

Box 18: folder 14
Receipts
1918-52

Box 18: folder 15
Social security card
n.d.

Box 18: folder 16
Societas Rosicruciana in America
1932-56

Box 18: folder 17
Suffrage posters,


Box 18: folder 18
Note:
Travel
1929-59

Box 18: folder 19
War ration books
1942-43

Box 18: folder 20
Additional artwork and memorabilia


Box 18: folder 21
Note:
Research and publications about Sanger



Articles and biographical writings about Sanger
1923-91

Box 19: folder 1
Garrison, Webb, "Margaret Sanger: Rebel with a Cause"
1969

Box 19: folder 2
Gaulard, Joan M., "Woman Rebel: A Rhetorical Analysis of Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement in America, 1912-38," Ph.D. dissertation prospectus
1977

Box 19: folder 3
Gaulard, Joan M., "Woman Rebel: The Rhetorical Strategies of Margaret Sanger and the American Birth Control Movement 1912-1938"
1978

Box 19
Gaulard, Joan M., "Shall We Break This Law? A Critical Review of Margaret Sanger's Agitational Methods for the American Birth Control Movement," paper presented at the Indiana Speech Association
1977

Box 19: folder 4
Livingston, Barbara F., "Dreams and Inspirations: A Footnote to Biography of Margaret Sanger," thesis, Wesleyan University
1974

Box 19: folder 5
Hersey, Harold Brainerd, Margaret Sanger: The Biography of The Birth Control Pioneer
1938

Box 19: folder 6
Note:
Ivins, Nancy Sanger and Margaret Sanger Marston, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris, transcription
1977

Box 19: folder 7
Note:
Johnson, Malia Sedgewick, "Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement in Japan, 1921-55," Ph.D. dissertation
1987

Box 19: folder 8
Morehouse, William M., "The Speaking of Margaret Sanger in the Birth Control Movement from 1916 to 1937," Ph.D. dissertation
1968

Box 20: folder 1
Nicholson, Susan A., "Margaret Sanger, Rebellion and Respectability," thesis, Smith College
1973

Box 20: folder 2
Reed, James W., "Margaret Sanger," paper presented to the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women
October 25-26, 1974

Box 20: folder 3
Richard, Olive Byrne, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris, November 25, 1977, transcription
1977

Box 20: folder 4
Note:
Sands, Cohen and Donna M. Whalen, "William Sanger," research paper
1977

Box 20: folder 5
Sanger, Alexander Campbell, "Margaret Sanger: The Early Years, 1910-1917," undergraduate thesis
1981

Box 20: folder 6
Sanger, Grant, interview by Ellen Chesler, August 1976, transcription


Box 20: folder 7
Sanger, Grant, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris, March 28, 1977, transcription


Box 20: folder 8
Note:
Simonds, Herbert, "Reminiscences of Herbert R. Simonds"
n.d.

Box 21: folder 1
Gray, Madeline, Margaret Sanger, typescript
n.d.

Box 21: folder 2-6
Biography by Lawrence Lader,
1955


Typescripts



copy 1


Box 22: folder 1-3
copy 2


Box 22
Contract, publicity, reviews, lists, and miscellaneous clippings
1952-57, n.d.

Box 23: folder 1
Notes


Box 23
SERIES II. WRITINGS AND SPEECHES
(1840-1980, n.d.)


Pamphlets (non-US editions)
1916-33

Box 24: folder 1
Debate on Birth Control (M. Sanger vs. Winter Russell)
1921

Box 24: folder 2
What Every Mother Should Know
1914

Box 24: folder 3
What Every Girl Should Know, 1980 (reprint of 1920 ed.)
n.d.

Box 24: folder 4
Motherhood in Bondage: Transcriptions of letters and complimentary copy list
1929-31

Box 24: folder 5
Sayings of Others on Birth Control, New York Woman's Publishing Company
1921

Box 24: folder 6
"Family Limitation": carbon copy
n.d.

Box 24: folder 6a
Autobiography



Correspondence
1940-43

Box 24: folder 7
Acknowledgments
1941

Box 24: folder 8
Governor's wives mailing
1941

Box 24: folder 9
Health and welfare groups
1941-42

Box 24: folder 10
Key contacts
1941-42

Box 24: folder 11
Mailing lists
1941-42

Box 24: folder 12
Medical Association replies
1942

Box 24: folder 13
Pioneer list
1938

Box 24: folder 14
Medical society presidents
1941-42

Box 24: folder 15
Norton publishers
1940

Box 24: folder 16
State league lists and replies
1941-43

Box 24: folder 17
"The Suppressed 'Obscene' Articles," [reprinted from The Woman Rebel, 1914]
n.d.

Box 24: folder 18
Magazine articles by Margaret Sanger
1914-60

Box 25: folder 1
Radio talks
1935-53

Box 25: folder 2
Speeches



Notes and research materials
1940-1952

Box 25: folder 3
Massachusetts lecture tour correspondence
1940

Box 25: folder 4
Untitled play about birth control: Notes by Henriette Posner
1941

Box 25: folder 5
Advertisements for Sanger writings
1916, n.d.

Box 25: folder 6
SERIES III. THIRD PARTY CORRESPONDENCE AND RELATED MATERIAL
(1877-1983)


Alden, Sue
1938, 1962

Box 26: folder 1
Ames, Blanche
n.d.

Box 26: folder 2
Ashley, Grace H.
1937, 1938

Box 26: folder 3
A
1929-52

Box 26: folder 4-5
Bacon, Elizabeth Grew
1942-62

Box 26: folder 6
Barnes, Harry Elmer
1952, n.d.

Box 26: folder 7
Benjamin, Hazel C.
1932-34

Box 26: folder 8
Besant, Annie
1878-1933

Box 26: folder 9-11
Bingham, Mary C.
1944-46

Box 26: folder 12
Black, Algernon D.
1934, 1935, n.d.

Box 26: folder 13-14
Blacker, C.P.
1951-59

Box 26: folder 15
Blossom, Frederick
1918-22

Box 26: folder 16
Brandt, Zelma
1939, 1941

Box 26: folder 17
Brock, Marion Willis
1935-42

Box 26: folder 18
Brush, Dorothy Hamilton
1931-66

Box 27: folder 1-4
Buck, Pearl
1934-44

Box 27: folder 5-6
Buckman, Rilma S.
1937-47

Box 27: folder 7
Burch, Guy Irving
1932-45

Box 27: folder 8-9
Byrne, Ethel Higgins
1918(?), n.d.

Box 27: folder 10
B
1926-60

Box 27: folder 11-12
Cadbury, George
1958, 1959

Box 27: folder 13
Cass, Muriel
1936-38

Box 27: folder 14
Chiavacci, Ludwig
1939-41

Box 27: folder 15
Client letters
1935-51

Box 27: folder 16
Clyde, Ethel
1939-50

Box 27: folder 17
Cook, Adelaide Pearson
1918-66

Box 27: folder 18
Cook, Robert C.
1953, 1955

Box 27: folder 19
Cox, Charles
1937, 1945

Box 27: folder 20
Cox, Harold
1945, n.d.

Box 27: folder 21
C
1911-57

Box 27: folder 22-23
Day, Jr., Rufus S.
1956-70

Box 27: folder 24
Delp, Mildred
1949

Box 27: folder 25
Dennett, Mary Ware
1918, 1928

Box 27: folder 26
DeSelincourt, Hugh
1921-28

Box 28: folder 1-4a
DeVilbiss, Lydia Allen
1935-52

Box 28: folder 5-6
Dickinson, Robert L.
1929-43

Box 28: folder 7-8
DiGregorio, John
1943, n.d.

Box 28: folder 9
Drysdale, C.R.
1877-1904

Box 29: folder 1
Drysdale, Charles Vickery
1877-1923

Box 29: folder 2
D
1938-58

Box 29: folder 3
East and West Foundation
1935-44

Box 29: folder 4
Ellis, Havelock
1898-1939

Box 29: folder 5-6
Ernst, Morris Leopold
1936, 1966

Box 29: folder 7
E
1948

Box 29: folder 8
Faggi, John and Beatrice
1935, 1946

Box 29: folder 9
Fehring, Albert M.
1947

Box 29: folder 10
Ferguson, Rev. George
1940

Box 29: folder 11
Fuld, Carrie B.F.
1942

Box 29: folder 12
Furst, F. Sidonie Chiavacci
n.d.

Box 29: folder 13
F
1936-60

Box 29: folder 14-15
Gamble, Sarah
1953, 1955

Box 29: folder 16
Gamble, Clarence (includes letters to Shidzue Kato, Arnold Toynbee, Dharivanthi Rama Rau, Dorothy Brush, Elise Ohesen-Jenson)
1937-70

Box 29: folder 17-18
Gates, Edith
1954-59

Box 29: folder 19
Gilman, Mildred
1953

Box 29: folder 20
Goetting, Betty Mary
1949, 1950

Box 30: folder 1
Goldstein, Jonah J.
1966

Box 30: folder 2
Gordon, Leon
1941

Box 30: folder 3
Greenbaum, Wolff, and Ernst
1933-41

Box 30: folder 4
Grierson, Margaret
1949-66

Box 30: folder 5
Griessemer, Thomas O.
1954-56

Box 30: folder 6
Gyanee, Bhagwan
1938, n.d.

Box 30: folder 7
G
1923-60

Box 30: folder 8-9
Hamlin, Scoville
n.d.

Box 30: folder 10
Hastings, George A.
1937-38

Box 30: folder 11
Henshaw, Paul S.
1952-54

Box 30: folder 12-13
Higgins, Anna E. ("Nan")
1910-44

Box 30: folder 14-16
Higgins, Grant
1942, 1948

Box 30: folder 17
Higgins, Mary (includes journal, 1895-1900)
1891-1926

Box 30: folder 18-19a
Higgins, Michael
1900-18

Box 30: folder 20-21
Higgins, Richard and Mabel
1925-58

Box 30: folder 22
Higgins, Robert
1913-58

Box 30: folder 23-24
Higgins, Virginia ("Ginger")
1943, 1948

Box 30: folder 25
Himes, Norman E.
1931-38

Box 30: folder 26-27
Holland-Rantos Company
1944-50

Box 30: folder 28
Holmes, John Hayes
1938, 1953

Box 30: folder 29
Holt, Rackham
1936-40

Box 30: folder 30
Hopkins, Prynce
1958, 1962

Box 30: folder 31
Hoppe, Joan Sanger
1948, 1949

Box 30: folder 32
Hornibrook, Ettie Rout
1925-35

Box 30: folder 33-34
Houghton, Vera
1925-59

Box 30: folder 35-36
How-Martyn, Edith
1915-49

Box 30: folder 37-38
Huse, Penelope B.P.
1936, 1943

Box 30: folder 39
Huxley, Henry
1938

Box 30: folder 40
H
1915-63

Box 30: folder 41-42
Ingersoll, Marion
n.d.

Box 31: folder 1
Ishimoto, Arata
1937(?), 1938

Box 31: folder 2
I
1915-60

Box 31: folder 3
Johnson, Mary Compton
1938-49

Box 31: folder 4
Johnson, R.W.
1941

Box 31: folder 5
J
1939-60

Box 31: folder 6-7
Kato, Baroness Shidzue Ishimoto
1933-56

Box 31: folder 8-9
Kennedy, Anne
1917-61

Box 31: folder 10
Kerr, R.B.
1942

Box 31: folder 11
Kingsbury, John
1935

Box 31: folder 12
Kitzweger, Ben and Emma
1936, 1949

Box 31: folder 13
Knopf, S. Adolphus
1930, 1940

Box 31: folder 14
Kreupl, Anna
1938, n.d.

Box 31: folder 15
K
1917-61

Box 31: folder 16-17
Lader, Lawrence
1953-55

Box 31: folder 18
Lafitte, Francoise Cyon
1922-71

Box 31: folder 19-23
Lansing, Elizabeth
1956

Box 31: folder 24
Larsen, Nils P.
1952, 1957

Box 31: folder 25
Lasker, Mary and Albert
1940-42

Box 31: folder 26
Ledever, Ilse
1952

Box 31: folder 27
Lew, T.T.
1942, 1943

Box 31: folder 28
Lewis, Joseph
1959

Box 31: folder 29
Lilley, Madeline C.
1949

Box 31: folder 30
Little, Clarence Cook
1936

Box 31: folder 31
Long, Elizabeth Barstow
1941, 1948

Box 31: folder 32
Love, Florence
1942

Box 31: folder 33
L
1937-60

Box 31: folder 34-35
Macaulay, Mary
n.d.

Box 31: folder 36
MacDonald, Agnus Snead
1934-63

Box 31: folder 37-38
Matthews, William R.
1949-58

Box 31: folder 39
McCormick, Katherine Dexter
1954-59

Box 31: folder 40-41
McKinnon, Edna Rankin
1938-47

Box 31: folder 42
McNamee, Dorothy
1953, n.d.

Box 31: folder 43
Miller, Lois Mattox
1950-1951

Box 31: folder 44
Mitchell, Daisy
1934-59

Box 31: folder 45-46
Mohleri, Gladys
1949

Box 31: folder 47
Moore, Hazel Z.
1933-47

Box 31: folder 48
Morain, Mary and Lloyd
1958

Box 32: folder 1
Myers, Louise Chase
1937, 1942

Box 32: folder 2
M
1912-69

Box 32: folder 3-4
Nelson, Mary B.
1940, 1941

Box 32: folder 5
Neufeld, Norbert
1938-42

Box 32: folder 6
Newman, Elizabeth
1940-59

Box 32: folder 7-8
Norman, Dorothy
1936-41

Box 32: folder 9
Nugent, Frank J.
1940-48

Box 32: folder 10
N
1937-58

Box 32: folder 11-12
O'Connor, Robert
1953

Box 32: folder 13
Ohesen-Jensen, Elise
1953-60

Box 32: folder 14
O
1921-57

Box 32: folder 15-16
Packard, Arthur
1937-38

Box 32: folder 17
Page, Phyllis
1937

Box 32: folder 18
Palmer, Eileen
1937, 1983

Box 32: folder 19
Pincus, Gregory
1953-59

Box 32: folder 20-21
Pittman, Hobson
1946-52

Box 32: folder 22-23
Posner, Henriette
1929-55

Box 32: folder 24-28
Prager, Hedwig
1942

Box 32: folder 29
Protitch, Ludmilla
1940-42

Box 32: folder 30
Pulitzer, Leopold
1939-40

Box 32: folder 31
P
1932-64

Box 32: folder 32-33
Rama Rau, Lady Dhanvanthi
1951-57

Box 33: folder 1
Reiland, Reverend Karl
1931, 1943

Box 33: folder 2
Remont, Ruby
1940, 1946

Box 33: folder 3
Richard, Olive Byrne
1926-69

Box 33: folder 4
Riese, Hertha
1940-42

Box 33: folder 5
Ripley, Katie Rice and George
1936-40

Box 33: folder 6
Rock, John
1948-55

Box 33: folder 7-8
Rockefeller, Martha Baird and John D., Jr.
1949, 1955

Box 33: folder 9
Rogers, Mabelle and George
1946, 1956

Box 33: folder 10
Rollins, Leighton
1947-63

Box 33: folder 11-12
Roosevelt, Eleanor
1954

Box 33: folder 13
Roots, Margaret
1957, 1959

Box 33: folder 14-15
Rose, D. Kenneth
1939-48

Box 33: folder 16
Rose, Florence
1931-66

Box 33: folder 17-21
Roseberry, Eleanor
1940, 1941

Box 33: folder 22
Rublee, Juliet Barrett
1922-58

Box 33: folder 23-25
R
1932-60

Box 33: folder 26-27
Salter, Katherine
1934-61

Box 33: folder 28-29
Sanger, Barbara Peabody
1948-60

Box 33: folder 30
Sanger, Edwina
1939, 1952

Box 33: folder 31
Sanger, Grant
1908-69

Box 33: folder 32-33
Sanger, Peggy
n.d.

Box 34: folder 1
Sanger, Stuart
1915-63

Box 34: folder 2-3
Sanger, William
1914-52

Box 34: folder 4-5
Schoelkopf, Olive
1949

Box 34: folder 6
Schuman, Anna Jane Phillips
1936-42

Box 34: folder 7
Scribner, Charles Ezra
1935, 1950

Box 34: folder 8
Sideri, Marcella
1926-32

Box 34: folder 9-10
Simonds, Herbert R.
1940, 1948

Box 34: folder 11
Slee, J. Noah H.
1889-1943

Box 35: folder 1-9
Smith, Clarence L.
1941, 1942

Box 36: folder 1
Stone, Abraham
1936-59

Box 36: folder 2-3
Stone, Hannah M.
1925-41

Box 36: folder 4-5
Sunday Worker
1936

Box 36: folder 6
S
1915-62

Box 36: folder 7-8
Tagore, Rubindranth
1930

Box 36: folder 9
Tallent, Roxie
1937

Box 36: folder 10
Toy, J.J.
n.d.

Box 36: folder 11
T
1932, 1940, n.d.

Box 36: folder 12-13
Union of East and West
1936

Box 36: folder 14-15
U
n.d.

Box 36: folder 16
Valiant, Margaret Mims
1946-59(?)

Box 36: folder 17-18
van Buren, Helen
1934-38

Box 36: folder 19
Vandever, Martha
1930-36

Box 36: folder 20
Van Loon, Hendrik Willem
1938, 1961, n.d.

Box 36: folder 21
Vickery, Alice Drysdale
1887-98

Box 36: folder 22
Vogt, William
1951-58

Box 36: folder 23
Voorsanger, Henriette
1937-49

Box 36: folder 24
Voronoff, Liza and John
n.d.

Box 36: folder 25
V
1937-54

Box 36: folder 26
Wadia, Arabai B.
n.d.

Box 36: folder 27
Watumull, Ellen J.
1951-66

Box 36: folder 28-29
Wells, H.G.
1944, 1946

Box 36: folder 30
Wile, Ira Solomon
1942, 1943

Box 36: folder 31
Williams, William
1920, n.d.

Box 36: folder 32
W
1920(?)-60

Box 36: folder 33-34
YWCA
1937-46

Box 36: folder 35
Zborowski, Hazel
1935-38

Box 36: folder 36
Zonite Products Corporation
1937

Box 36: folder 37
Z
1937, 1953

Box 36: folder 38
Unidentified
1907-94

Box 36: folder 39
SERIES IV. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES
(1903-1966)


American Birth Control League



General
1921-38

Box 37: folder 1
Correspondence
1922-38

Box 37: folder 2
Minutes
1937

Box 37: folder 3
Publications



Pamphlets and clinic literature
1925-38

Box 37: folder 4
Birth Control Review
1929-35

Box 37: folder 5
Reprints
1926-38

Box 37: folder 6
Reports



General
1925-35

Box 37: folder 7
James F. Cooper
1926

Box 37: folder 8
Forms
n.d.

Box 37: folder 9
Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau



General
1930-38

Box 37: folder 10
Correspondence
1929-39

Box 37: folder 11
Publications
1937-38

Box 38: folder 1
Reports



General
1928-39, n.d.

Box 38: folder 2-3
Contributions
1928-29

Box 38: folder 4
Florence Rose
1936

Box 38: folder 5
Patient consultation
n.d.

Box 38: folder 6
Recreation Rooms and Settlement Birth Control Clinic
1933

Box 38: folder 7
Abstracts
1938

Box 38: folder 8
Press releases
1938, n.d.

Box 38: folder 9
Personnel
1931-35

Box 38: folder 10
Form letters
1936, 1938, n.d.

Box 38: folder 11
Contraceptive instruction
n.d.

Box 38: folder 12
Photographs
n.d. (circa 1930s)

Box 38: folder 13
Harlem Branch Clinic



Correspondence
1931-36

Box 38: folder 14
Reports


Box 38
General
1930-32

Box 38: folder 15
Monthly
1935

Box 38: folder 16
Financial
1932

Box 38: folder 17
Clippings
1941

Box 38: folder 18
Birth Control Federation of America



General
1939-42

Box 39: folder 1
Correspondence



General
1939-42

Box 39: folder 2
Division of Negro Service/Negro Project
1939-41

Box 39: folder 3
Organizational memos
1940

Box 39: folder 4
Publications



Pamphlets and brochures
1940-41

Box 39: folder 5
Reprints
1938-41

Box 39: folder 6
Reports



General
1940-42

Box 39: folder 7
Division of Negro Service/Negro Project
1940-43

Box 39: folder 8
Annual meeting papers
1940-42

Box 39: folder 9
Monthly clinic reports (BCCRB/MSRB)
1939-42

Box 39: folder 10
Form letters
1940

Box 39: folder 11
Affiliated clinic literature, forms, and cards
1939

Box 39: folder 12
Abstracts
1939-41

Box 39: folder 13
Forms
1941, n.d.

Box 39: folder 14
Clippings
1941, 1942

Box 39: folder 15
Photographs
1942, n.d.

Box 39: folder 16
Birth Control International Information Centre
n.d.

Box 39: folder 17
International Committee on Planned Parenthood



Correspondence
1951

Box 40: folder 1
Minutes
1951

Box 40: folder 2
Reports
1948-52

Box 40: folder 3
International Planned Parenthood Federation



General
1952-58

Box 40: folder 4
Aims and objectives, constitutions, and by-laws
1953-54

Box 40: folder 5
Correspondence
1953-64

Box 40: folder 6
Minutes
1953-64

Box 40: folder 7
Organizational memos
1954-64

Box 40: folder 8
Publications
1955-62

Box 40: folder 9
Reports


Box 40
General
1953-61

Box 40: folder 10-11
Financial
1953-61

Box 40: folder 13
Conference programs
1957-64

Box 40: folder 14
Member lists
1952-62

Box 40: folder 15
Clippings
1953-55

Box 40: folder 16
Activities (photostatic copies)


Box 40: folder 17
Note:
Margaret Sanger Research Bureau



General
1940-60

Box 41: folder 1
Correspondence



General
1940-66

Box 41: folder 2
Twenty year anniversary pamphlet
1943-46

Box 41: folder 3
Staff memos
1941-48

Box 41: folder 4
Minutes
1940-46

Box 41: folder 5
Publications
1943-63

Box 41: folder 6
Reports



General
1942-70

Box 41: folder 7
Financial statements and budgets
1950-61

Box 41: folder 8
Marriage counselling group sessions
1946-48

Box 41: folder 9-10
Press releases
1960

Box 41: folder 11
Form letters
1962-63

Box 41: folder 12
Personnel
1943, n.d.

Box 41: folder 13
Invitations
1959-61

Box 41: folder 14
Schedules
1960-61

Box 41: folder 15
Margaret Sanger Memorial
1967-69

Box 41: folder 16
Photographs
1944-46, n.d.

Box 41: folder 17
National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control



General
1929-38

Box 42: folder 1
Correspondence



General
1930-38

Box 42: folder 2
Helen Countryman Gracey
1936-37

Box 42: folder 3
Tamblyn and Tamblyn (professional fund raisers)
1934-36

Box 42: folder 4
Minutes
1930, 1936

Box 42: folder 5
Publications



General
1929-38

Box 42: folder 6
Reprints
1928-35

Box 42: folder 7
Clippings and magazine articles
1935-37

Box 42: folder 8
Newsletters
1930-36

Box 42: folder 9
Press releases
1932-37

Box 42: folder 10
Reports



General



1929-35

Box 42: folder 11
1936-38

Box 43: folder 1
Financial statements and budgets
1930-36

Box 43: folder 2
Treasurer
1935-36

Box 43: folder 3
Contribution lists
1929-32

Box 43: folder 4
Field work
1932-38

Box 43: folder 5
Legislative reports
1936

Box 43: folder 6
Form letters
1933-36

Box 43: folder 7
Endorsements
1934-36

Box 43: folder 8
Statements in support of birth control
1932-34

Box 43: folder 9
Speeches
1931-36

Box 43: folder 10
Hearings
1932-35

Box 43: folder 11
Planned Parenthood Federation of America



General
1943-63

Box 44: folder 1
Correspondence
1942-61

Box 44: folder 2
Constitution, by-laws
1962, n.d.

Box 44: folder 3
Minutes



Research committees
1956-61

Box 44: folder 4
Affiliates committee
1959-62

Box 44: folder 5
Executive committee
1944, 1957

Box 44: folder 6
Field committee
1948-57

Box 44: folder 7
Medical committee
1946-61

Box 44: folder 8
Miscellaneous
1951-59

Box 44: folder 9
Publications



"The Anatomy of a Victory"
1959

Box 45: folder 1
Comic books
1956, 1962

Box 45: folder 2
General
1942-66

Box 45: folder 3
Lists
1951-62

Box 45: folder 4
Press releases
1941-61

Box 45: folder 5
Reports



General
1942-62

Box 45: folder 6
Financial reports and budgets
1942-62

Box 46: folder 1
Clinics
1943-48

Box 46: folder 2
Memoranda and notes to affiliates
1942-62

Box 46: folder 3-4
Form letters
1942-60

Box 46: folder 5
Lists of offices/staff
1942-62

Box 46: folder 6
Standards of affiliation
1943-62

Box 46: folder 7
Nominating committee (proposed nominations)
1953-61

Box 46: folder 8
Addresses and speeches
1947-64

Box 46: folder 9
Conference and event programs, invitations, agendas, and seating lists
1943-62

Box 46: folder 10
World Population Emergency Campaign



General
1960

Box 47: folder 1
Correspondence
1960-62

Box 47: folder 2
Minutes
1960-61

Box 47: folder 3
Organizational memos
1960-62

Box 47: folder 4
Publications



General
1960-64

Box 47: folder 5
News of Population and Birth Control
1960-61

Box 47: folder 6
Reports



General
1958-61

Box 47: folder 7
Travel reports on Asia by George and Barbara Cadbury
1960-61

Box 47: folder 8
A - L



American Civil Liberties Union
1933-47

Box 48: folder 1
The American Eugenics Society, Inc.
1930-57

Box 48: folder 2
American Fund for Public Service
1926-31

Box 48: folder 3
American Genetic Association
n.d.

Box 48: folder 4
American Humanist Association
1960-61

Box 48: folder 5
American Institute of Family Relations
1938-44

Box 48: folder 6
American Medical Association
1933-38

Box 48: folder 7
American Neurological Association
1937, 1938

Box 48: folder 8
American Nurses Association
1936-37

Box 48: folder 9
American Woman's Association
1939

Box 48: folder 10
Association for Voluntary Sterilization, Inc.
1968

Box 48: folder 11
Committee of One Hundred
1917

Box 48: folder 12
Eugenics Society
1930-56

Box 48: folder 13
Fertility Research Institute
1954

Box 48: folder 14
Freethinkers of America
1941

Box 48: folder 15
Human Betterment Association
1952-60

Box 48: folder 16
Institute of Feminine Hygiene
1932

Box 48: folder 17
International Medical Group for the Investigation of Contraception
1929-34

Box 48: folder 18
International Neo-Malthusian Bureau of Correspondence and Defence
1915

Box 48: folder 19
International Union for the Scientific Investigation of Population Problems
1931

Box 48: folder 20
League of Nations
1923-26

Box 48: folder 21
M - Z



Malthusian League
1908-56

Box 49: folder 1
Maternity Center Association
1929

Box 49: folder 2
Methodist Overseas Relief Committee
n.d., 1948, 1951

Box 49: folder 3
National Birth Control League
1916-18

Box 49: folder 4
National Committee on Maternal Health
1928-34

Box 49: folder 5
National Resources Planning Board
1940, 1941

Box 49: folder 6
New York City Department of Health
1940-49

Box 49: folder 7
Population Control
1955-60

Box 49: folder 8
Population Reference Bureau



General
1933-62

Box 49: folder 9
Press releases
1958-62

Box 49: folder 10
United Nations - World Health Organization
1952

Box 49: folder 11
United World Federalists, Inc.
1942-48

Box 49: folder 12
Voluntary Parenthood League
1919-21

Box 49: folder 13
Women's City Club of New York
1941

Box 49: folder 14
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
1934

Box 49: folder 15
Foundations



Brush
1944-59

Box 50: folder 1
Doris Duke
1937-55

Box 50: folder 2
Milbank Memorial Fund
1936-50

Box 50: folder 3
Watumull
1947-64

Box 50: folder 4
William C. Whitney
1940, 1941

Box 50: folder 5
Conferences



Historical outline of birth control conferences
n.d.

Box 51: folder 1
Population Problem Conference, Paris
1903-1904

Box 51: folder 2
Birth Control Mass Meeting, Rochester, NY
1917

Box 51: folder 3
Eastern States Conference on Birth Control, New York City
1918

Box 51: folder 4
American Birth Control Conference, 1st, New York City
1921

Box 51: folder 5
International Birth Control Conference, Fifth
1922

Box 51: folder 6
Middle Western States Birth Control Conference, Chicago
1923

Box 51: folder 7
Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference, 6th, New York
1925

Box 51: folder 8-9
Southern California Conference on Modern Parenthood, Los Angeles
1926

Box 51: folder 10
Institute of Politics Conference, Williamstown, MA
1926

Box 51: folder 11
World Population Conference, Geneva,
1927


Programs, announcements, press releases, and invitations


Box 52: folder 1
Menu (with cartoon "Vive le Bebe")


Box 52: folder 2
Note:
Address book


Box 52: folder 3
Publications



Journal and miscellaneous


Box 52: folder 4
Proceedings


Box 52
Photographs


Box 52: folder 5
Scrapbook


Box 52: folder 6
Speeches


Box 52: folder 7
International Conference of Social Work, Paris
1928

Box 53: folder 1
World League for Sexual Reform, World Congress, Copenhagen
1928

Box 53: folder 2
Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems, Los Angeles
1930

Box 53: folder 3
International Congress for Sex Research, 2nd, London
1930

Box 53: folder 4
International Birth Control Conference, 7th, Zurich,
1930


Programs


Box 53: folder 5
List of members


Box 53: folder 6
Accounts


Box 53: folder 7
Papers


Box 53: folder 8
Miscellaneous


Box 53: folder 9
Conference on Birth Control in Asia, London
1933

Box 53: folder 10
American Conference on Birth Control and National Recovery, Washington, DC
1934

Box 53: folder 11
International Congress for Sex Reform, 5th
1934

Box 53: folder 12
Conference on Contraceptive Research and Clinical Practice, New York
1936

Box 53: folder 13
Regional Conference of Western States on Birth Control (proposed), Los Angeles
1937

Box 53: folder 14
Southern Conference on Tomorrow's Children, Atlanta
1941

Box 53: folder 15
International Congress on Population and World Resources, Cheltenham, England
1948

Box 54: folder 1
World Movement for World Federal Government, Luxembourg Congress
1948

Box 54: folder 2
International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 3rd, Bombay,
1952


Programs and agenda items


Box 54: folder 3
Correspondence


Box 54: folder 4
Sponsors and contributors


Box 54: folder 5
Press releases


Box 54: folder 6
Resolutions, reports, and background material


Box 54: folder 7
Papers


Box 54: folder 8
Proceedings


Box 54: folder 9
Miscellaneous


Box 54: folder 10
International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 4th
1953

Box 55: folder 1-3
International Planned Parenthood Federation Western Hemisphere Region Conference on Population Problems and Family Planning, San Juan
1955

Box 55: folder 4
International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 5th, Tokyo,
1955


Correspondence


Box 55: folder 5
Programs


Box 55: folder 6
Sponsors and contributions


Box 55: folder 7
Invitations


Box 55: folder 8
Speeches


Box 55: folder 9
Photographs


Box 55: folder 10
Clippings


Box 55: folder 11
Proceedings


Box 55: folder 12
Papers and miscellaneous


Box 56: folder 1-3
International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 6th (proposed), Washington, DC
1957

Box 56: folder 4
International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 6th, New Delhi,
1959


Correspondence


Box 56: folder 5
Programs


Box 56: folder 6
Reports and resolutions


Box 56: folder 7
Proceedings


Box 56: folder 8
Miscellaneous


Box 56: folder 9
A New Look at the Population Crisis Conference, Dallas
1960

Box 56: folder 10
SERIES V. COUNTRIES AND REGIONS
(1885-1983)


Arabia
1931(?)

Box 57: folder 1
Argentina
1935

Box 57: folder 2
Australia
1936-54

Box 57: folder 3
Austria
1951-57

Box 57: folder 4
Belgium
1955-59

Box 57: folder 5
Bermuda
1951, 1958

Box 57: folder 6
Brazil
1940

Box 57: folder 7
British West Indies
1951, 1954

Box 57: folder 8
Burma
1937-61

Box 57: folder 9
Canada
1935-63

Box 57: folder 10
Ceylon
1951-59

Box 57: folder 11
China
1933-65

Box 57: folder 12-15
Cuba
1938-44

Box 57: folder 16
Denmark
1928-64

Box 57: folder 17
Egypt
1937, 1969

Box 57: folder 18
Europe
1931-51

Box 57: folder 19
Finland
1940, 1949

Box 57: folder 20
Guatemala
1934

Box 58: folder 1
Haiti
1932

Box 58: folder 2
Hong Kong
1951-61

Box 58: folder 3
Iceland
1937

Box 58: folder 4
Indo-China
1939, n.d.

Box 58: folder 5
Indonesia
1951-59

Box 58: folder 6
Israel
1938-55

Box 58: folder 7
Italy
1926-62

Box 58: folder 8-9
Jamaica
1939-70

Box 58: folder 10
Korea
1954

Box 58: folder 11
Lithuania
1929-33

Box 58: folder 12
Malaya
1958, n.d.

Box 58: folder 13
Mexico
1932-61

Box 58: folder 14
Natal
1960-61

Box 58: folder 15
Nepal
1959

Box 58: folder 16
Netherlands
1924-39

Box 58: folder 17
New Zealand
1937-60

Box 58: folder 18
Norway
1936

Box 58: folder 19
Pakistan
1957-58

Box 58: folder 20
Philippines
1936-60

Box 58: folder 21
Poland
1962

Box 58: folder 22
Puerto Rico
1932-62

Box 58: folder 23
Singapore
1951-61

Box 59: folder 1
South Africa
1938-53

Box 59: folder 2
Southern Rhodesia
1960

Box 59: folder 3
Spain
1921-52

Box 59: folder 4
Sweden
1924-57

Box 59: folder 5
Switzerland
1930-50

Box 59: folder 6
Thailand
1959-67

Box 59: folder 7
Tonga
1950-51

Box 59: folder 8
Trinidad and Tobago
1937-64

Box 59: folder 9
Union of South Africa
1949, 1953

Box 59: folder 10
USSR
1933-56

Box 59: folder 11-12
Venezuela
1964

Box 59: folder 13
Yugoslavia
1954

Box 59: folder 14
England



General
1934-36

Box 60: folder 1
Reports
1942-55

Box 60: folder 2
Marie Stopes: Pamphlets and clippings
1922-62

Box 60: folder 3
Family Planning Association



General
1947-59

Box 60: folder 4
Annual reports
1941-59

Box 60: folder 5
Iona Education Centre
1955-60

Box 60: folder 6
Manchester, Salford, and District Mother's Clinic for Birth Control
n.d.

Box 60: folder 7
National Birth Control Association
1932-38

Box 60: folder 8
North Kensington Marriage Welfare Centre
1953, n.d.

Box 60: folder 9
Sex Education Centre
n.d.

Box 60: folder 10
Walworth Women's Welfare Centre
1925-34

Box 60: folder 11
Worker's Birth Control Group
n.d.

Box 60: folder 12
Publications



News extracts (typescripts)
1937-58

Box 60: folder 13
Articles
1933-51

Box 60: folder 14
Reprints
1911-59

Box 60: folder 15
Pamphlets, nineteenth century


Box 61: folder 1
Pamphlets
1904-50

Box 61: folder 2-3
France



General
1957-58

Box 62: folder 1
Correspondence
1954-58

Box 62: folder 2
Clippings
1955-61

Box 62: folder 3
Publications
1897-1956, n.d.

Box 62: folder 4-7
Germany



General
1930-60

Box 63: folder 1
Correspondence
1949, 1956, n.d.

Box 63: folder 2
Reports
1931-55

Box 63: folder 3
Articles and Periodicals
1929-59

Box 63: folder 4
Clippings
1940-61

Box 63: folder 5
Pamphlets
1885-1932

Box 64
India



General
1930-61

Box 65: folder 1
Correspondence
1951-57

Box 65: folder 2
Reports
1936-58

Box 65: folder 3
Family Planning Association of India
1951, 1955

Box 65: folder 4
Invitations
1951-59

Box 65: folder 5
Publications



Newsletters and bulletins
1933-67

Box 65: folder 6
Articles
1928-55

Box 65: folder 7
Reprints
1933-61

Box 65: folder 8
Journals
1948-61

Box 65: folder 9
Clippings
1935-58

Box 65: folder 10
Pamphlets
1929-60

Box 66: folder 1
Conference reports and proceedings
1951-59

Box 66: folder 2
Japan



Correspondence
1937-54

Box 67: folder 1
Minutes, reports of meetings, and conferences
1949-54

Box 67: folder 2
Reports



General
1930-54

Box 67: folder 3
Statistical reports, petitions (?) in Japanese text
n.d.

Box 67: folder 4
Birth control organizations
1951-56

Box 67: folder 5
M. Sanger's trip: Speeches, reports, and newsletter
1954

Box 67: folder 6
Invitations, cards, addresses
1954-59

Box 67: folder 7
"History of Planned Parenthood Movement in Japan" by Johnson Kung-ti Shing
1957

Box 67: folder 8
Clippings



General
1936-55

Box 67: folder 9-10
Mainichi newspapers
1952, 1965

Box 67: folder 11
Photographs
1947, 1948, n.d.

Box 67: folder 12
Miscellaneous
1934-59

Box 67: folder 13
Publications



Articles
1936-59

Box 68: folder 1
Toyohiko Kagawa: Biographical material
1936, 1937, n.d.

Box 68: folder 2
Pamphlets
1932-61

Box 68: folder 3
"An Outline of the Institute of Population Problems"
n.d.

Box 69: folder 4
The World of Obstetrics and Gynecology (commemorative issue)
1955

Box 69: folder 5
Publications in Japanese
n.d.

Box 69: folder 1-4
Omei Illustrated Guide Book, by Huang Shou-fu and T'an Chung-yo, with an English translation
1936

Box 70: folder 1
United States



Alabama
1938-41

Box 71: folder 1
Arizona
1935-58

Box 71: folder 2
Arkansas
1938, 1954

Box 71: folder 3
California
1930-54

Box 71: folder 4
Colorado
1951

Box 71: folder 5
Connecticut
1937-83

Box 71: folder 6
Delaware
1934-38

Box 71: folder 7
Florida
1937-38

Box 71: folder 8
Georgia
1939, 1940

Box 71: folder 9
Hawaii
1936-37

Box 71: folder 10
Idaho
1935

Box 71: folder 11
Illinois
1917-56

Box 71: folder 12
Indiana
1936-51

Box 71: folder 13
Iowa
1938

Box 71: folder 14
Kentucky
1936-38

Box 71: folder 15
Maine
1937-38

Box 71: folder 16
Maryland
1929, 1931, 1979

Box 71: folder 17
Massachusetts
1930-48

Box 71: folder 18-19
Michigan
1931-39

Box 72: folder 1
Minnesota
1937-38

Box 72: folder 2
Missouri
1937-60

Box 72: folder 3
New Hampshire
1938-39

Box 72: folder 4
New Jersey
1929-43

Box 72: folder 5
New Mexico
1937

Box 72: folder 6
New York
1936-62

Box 72: folder 7
North Carolina
1938-41

Box 72: folder 8
Ohio
1930-57

Box 72: folder 9
Oklahoma
1936-38

Box 72: folder 10
Oregon
n.d.

Box 72: folder 11
Pennsylvania
1931-38

Box 72: folder 12
Rhode Island
1937-39

Box 72: folder 13
Tennessee
1937-39

Box 72: folder 14
Texas
1937-58

Box 72: folder 15
Vermont
1937-38

Box 72: folder 16
Virginia
1935-39

Box 72: folder 17
Washington DC
1937-58

Box 72: folder 18
West Virginia
1938-39

Box 72: folder 19
Wisconsin
1938

Box 72: folder 20
Miscellaneous clinics
1932-38

Box 72: folder 21
SERIES VI. SUBJECT FILES
(1761-1969)


Abortion


Box 72
General
1920-64

Box 73: folder 1
Abortion Law Reform Association: Newsletters and publications
1949, 1954

Box 73: folder 2
Natalidad Mortalidad Maternidad y Aborto by Jose Chelala-Aguilera
1937

Box 73: folder 3
Adolescence
1931-32

Box 73: folder 4
Adoption
1943-45

Box 73: folder 5
Anti-birth control
1917-37

Box 73: folder 6
Artificial insemination
1941-56

Box 73: folder 7
Bibliographies
1918-53

Box 73: folder 8
Birth rate
1905-50

Box 73: folder 9
Censorship
1903-39

Box 74: folder 1
Child labor
1940, 1944

Box 74: folder 2
Child welfare
1930, 1943

Box 74: folder 3
Clinics
1917-42

Box 74: folder 4
Crime and criminals
1936, 1941, n.d.

Box 74: folder 5
Contraception



General
1917-50

Box 74: folder 6
Techniques
1761-1934

Box 74: folder 7-8
Techniques
1935-1950, n.d.

Box 75: folder 1-2
Catalogues
1931, n.d.

Box 75: folder 3
Reprints
1928-60

Box 75: folder 4-5
Clippings
1938-69

Box 75: folder 6
Delinquents
1922-35

Box 76: folder 1
Disease
1872-1956

Box 76: folder 2
Economics
1904-38, n.d.

Box 76: folder 3-4
Employment and unemployment
1928-44

Box 76: folder 5
Eugenics
1905-50

Box 76: folder 6-7
Euthanasia
1939-61

Box 76: folder 8
Family life
1927-46

Box 77: folder 1
Family planning
1941, 1949

Box 77: folder 2
Feminism
1915, 1934 (?)

Box 77: folder 3
Fertility
1930-52

Box 77: folder 4-5
Heredity
1870-1943

Box 77: folder 6
History
1910-49

Box 78: folder 1-2
Homosexuality
1905, 1954

Box 78: folder 3
Infant mortality
1922, 1939, n.d.

Box 78: folder 4
Infertility
1913-60

Box 78: folder 5
Laws and criminal statutes on birth control
1870-1935

Box 79: folder 1
Legal cases



Miscellaneous
1821-1940

Box 79: folder 2-4
Brownsville clinic
1917

Box 79: folder 5
Dorothea Palmer (Eastview case)
1955

Box 79: folder 6
M. Sanger's Portland arrest for selling Family Limitation
1916

Box 79: folder 7
William Sanger
1915

Box 79: folder 8
Town Hall raid (Rublee hearing)
1921

Box 79: folder 9
Sentences of birth control advocates
n.d.

Box 80: folder 1
Supreme Court hearings
1931-60

Box 80: folder 2
Legislation



General
1921-42

Box 80: folder 3
Congressional hearings
1924-32

Box 80: folder 4-5
Congressional hearings
1933-35

Box 81: folder 1
Congressional Record
1934, 1952

Box 81: folder 2
New York State Assembly
1923

Box 81: folder 3
Thomas Malthus and Malthusianism
1832-1938

Box 82: folder 1
Marriage
1922-58

Box 82: folder 2-3
Maternal health
1886-1941

Box 82: folder 4-5
Medicine
1925-57

Box 82: folder 6
Menstruation and menopause
1933-52

Box 83: folder 1
Mental hygiene
1918-52

Box 83: folder 2
Midwives
1936, 1960

Box 83: folder 3
Migrant workers
1920-49

Box 83: folder 4
Population



Research and reports
1929-56

Box 83: folder 5
Pamphlets
1841-1962

Box 83: folder 6
Reprints
1921-61

Box 83: folder 7
Periodicals
1931-57

Box 84: folder 1
Articles
1928-69

Box 84: folder 2
League of Nations publications
1926, 1927

Box 84: folder 3
Addresses
1944-68

Box 84: folder 4
Population and Migration, Vol. II (University of Chicago, Norman Wait Harris Memorial Foundation, Reports of Round Tables)
1929

Box 84: folder 5
Australia
1920-23

Box 84: folder 6
England
1888-1954

Box 84: folder 7-8
France
1921-29

Box 85: folder 1
Germany
1925, 1942

Box 85: folder 2
India
1935-52

Box 85: folder 3
Italy
1932, 1953

Box 85: folder 4
Japan
1950-60

Box 85: folder 5
Puerto Rico
1936, 1956

Box 85: folder 6
Sweden
n.d.

Box 85: folder 7
Pregnancy
1922-38

Box 85: folder 8-9
Prostitution
1914-31

Box 85: folder 10
Psychology and psychoanalysis
1919-45

Box 86: folder 1
Public health
1924-42

Box 86: folder 2
Religion



General
1922-60

Box 86: folder 3
Catholic church
1920-58

Box 86: folder 4-7
Catholic church
1929-58

Box 87: folder 1-2
Judaism
1932-35

Box 87: folder 3
Protestant
1924-61

Box 87: folder 4
Society of Friends
1934, n.d.

Box 87: folder 5
National Clergymen's Advisory Council
1929-34

Box 87: folder 6
"The Churchman"
1934-52

Box 87: folder 7
"Information Service" (publication of Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America)
1931-56

Box 87: folder 8
Together Magazine (Methodist publication)
1960

Box 87: folder 9
Clippings (views of the clergy)
1944-49

Box 87: folder 10
Sex education



Early pamphlets
1850-1924

Box 87: folder 11
England
1943-47

Box 87: folder 12
Sweden (Maj-Briht-Bergstrom-Walau)
1946-68

Box 87: folder 13
United States
1904-51

Box 88: folder 1-2
Sex offenses
1939

Box 88: folder 3
Sterilization
1926-62

Box 88: folder 4-5
Venereal diseases
1918-41

Box 88: folder 6-7
Women's rights
1891-1941

Box 88: folder 8
SERIES VII. PRINTED MATERIAL
(1863-1981)


Periodicals



Affiliates Bulletin (PPFA)
1952-61

Box 89: folder 1
The Antiseptic
1911

Box 89: folder 2
Biology and Human Affairs
1947, 1949

Box 89: folder 3
The Birth Control (Japanese)
1933, 1952

Box 89: folder 4
Birth Control Herald
1925

Box 89: folder 5
Note:
Birth Control News(3 bound volumes)
1922-1940

Box 89
Birth Control Review
1917-1937

Box 89
Note:

(see shelves in Reading Room for bound volumes)

Birth Control News(unbound issues)
1935-1940

Box 90: folder 1-3
Birth Control Review(unbound issues)
1938-1940

Box 90: folder 4
The Bulletin (Birth Control Federation of America, Inc.)
June 1940

Box 90: folder 5
Channels (National Publicity Council for Health and Welfare Service)
1943

Box 90: folder 6
Eugenical News
1916-1939

Box 90: folder 7
Eugenical News(later Eugenics Quarterly)
1940-49

Box 91: folder 1
Eugenics
1929-31

Box 91: folder 2
Eugenics Quarterly(formerly Eugenical News)
1954-1967

Box 91: folder 4-5
Eugensia (Mexico)
1943-45

Box 91: folder 6
Family Planning (The Family Planning Association, London)
1952-76

Box 92: folder 1-3
Family Planning News (India)
1960-61

Box 93: folder 1
Family Planning News (Japan)
1961

Box 93: folder 2
Family Planning/Population Reporter
1972-81

Box 93: folder 3-5
Grande Reforme
1933-39, 1947, 1949

Box 93: folder 6
Hamdard-I-Sehat
July 1939

Box 94: folder 1
Holland-Rantos Monthly Press Clipping Service
1941-47

Box 94: folder 2-4
Human Fertility (formerly Journal of Contraception)(bound volumes)
1935-45

Box 94
Indian Medical Journal
May 1952

Box 95: folder 1
Information Service (Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America)
1931

Box 95: folder 2
The Japan Planned Parenthood Quarterly
1950-55

Box 95: folder 3
Journal of Contraception


Box 95
Note:
The Journal of Family Welfare
1955-75

Box 95: folder 4-5
The Journal of Family Welfare
1976-85

Box 96: folder 1-3
Journal of Heredity
1946-49

Box 96: folder 4
The Journal of Sex Education
1949-52

Box 97: folder 1
The Journal of Social Hygiene
1940-47

Box 97: folder 2-4
Living
1940

Box 97: folder 5
Lucifer the Light Bearer
1897-1907

Box 98-99
Note:
Madras Birth Control Bulletin
1932-38

Box 100: folder 1
Malaysian Medical Journal
1936-37

Box 100: folder 2
The Malthusian(entitled The New Generation, 1922-49)
1915-52

Box 101-103
Marriage and Family Living
1941-52

Box 104: folder 3-5
Marriage Hygiene(3 bound volumes)
1934-37

Box 104
The New Generation


Box 104
Note:
La Maternite Heureuse
1956-60

Box 105: folder 1
Medical Woman's Journal
March 1943

Box 105: folder 2
Medicina de Hoy (Cuba)
1937-38

Box 105: folder 3
The Mother (The American Committee on Maternal Welfare)
1941

Box 105: folder 4
Mother & Child (National Council for Maternal and Child Welfare, London)
May 1941

Box 105: folder 5
National Life
1929-31

Box 105: folder 6
Die Neue Familie
1950-59

Box 105: folder 8
Die Neue Familie
1960-66

Box 106: folder 1
Peking Review
1958

Box 106: folder 2
People
April 1931

Box 106: folder 3
Planned Parenthood Bulletin (Family Planning Association of India)
1953-80

Box 106: folder 4
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. News Letter
May 1942

Box 106: folder 5
Planned Parenthood News (Chicago)
1947-61

Box 106: folder 6
Planned Parenthood News (PPFA)
1952-64

Box 106: folder 7
Planning
1954-55

Box 106: folder 8
Population: Journal of the International Union for theScientific Investigation of Population Problems
June 1933

Box 106: folder 9
Population: Revue Trimestrielle de L'Institut National D'Etudes Demographiques
January - March 1956

Box 107: folder 1
Le Probleme Sexuel
1933-35

Box 107: folder 2
Sexology
1954, 1956

Box 107: folder 3
Vox Medica (Germany)
1920

Box 107: folder 5
Vox Studentium: The International Student Magazine
1927

Box 107: folder 4
The Woman Rebel
1914

Box 107
Note:
World Peace through Spiritual Regeneration
1935-39

Box 107: folder 5
Newspaper clippings and magazine articles



1920-40

Box 108: folder 1-2
(rhythm method)
1938

Box 108: folder 3
(Englewood, NJ school issue)
1939

Box 108: folder 4
1941-49

Box 108: folder 5
1944

Box 108: folder 6
1947

Box 108: folder 7
(doctor's dismissal)
1947

Box 108: folder 8
1950-66

Box 108: folder 9-12
Miscellaneous unsorted


Box 109: folder 1-3
Undated


Box 109: folder 4
Cartoons


Box 109: folder 5
John F. Kennedy nomination controversy


Box 109: folder 6
Japan


Box 109: folder 7
Frontspiece from book in Sanger's library: The Way of the Pilgrim, by R.M. French,
1930

Box 109: folder 8
Books from M. Sanger's library (on shelf)



Balfour, Evans, Notestein, Taeuber, Public Health and Demography in the Far East
1955


Bebel, Woman and Socialism
1910


Bell, The Sex Complex
1920


Besant, Autobiographical Sketches
1885


Bonar, Malthus and His Work
1924


Borrie, Population Trends and Policies
1948


Borsook, Vitamins: What They Are and How They Can Benefit You
1941


Bridges, The Fine Art of Marriage
1930


Burch and Pendell, Population Roads to Peace or War
1945


Cape, Preparation for Marriage
1932


Carr-Saunders, Eugenics
1926


Carr-Saunders, The Population Problem
1922


Caton, The Key of Progress: A Survey of the Status and Conditions of Women in India
1930


Chachuat, Le Mouvement du "Birth Control" Dans Les Pays Anglo-Saxons
1934


Charles, The Sexual Impulse
1935


Charles, The Practice of Birth Control
1932


Child, Love and Unlove
1921


Cleland, The Population Problem in Egypt
1936


Clonston, New Tracts for the Times: Morals and Brain
1912


Coigney, Margaret Sanger: Rebel With a Cause
1969


Commander, The American Idea
1907


Coulter, The Evolution of Sex in Plants
1914


Cox, The Problem of Population
1923


Crackanthorpe, Population and Progress
1907


Damon, I Learned about Women from Them
1962


Darwin, What Is Eugenics?
1929


Davies, New Elementary Algebra
1863


Davis, The Population of India and Pakistan
1951


Dawson, Aggression and Population
1946


Day, The Evolution of Love
1954


De Beauvoir, The Second Sex
1953


Delisle, Friendship's Odyssey: The Autobiography of Francois Delisle and the Story of Havelock Ellis from 1916 to 1939
1946


Delisle, Francois
1962


Delisle, Friendship's Odyssey: In Love with Life
1964


Dennett, Birth Control Laws
1926


Dickenson and Bryant, Control of Contraception
1931


Dock, Hygiene and Morality: A Manual for Nurses and Others, Giving an Outline of the Medical, Social, and Legal Aspects of the Venereal Diseases
1910


Drucker and Hexter, Children Astray
1923


Drysdale, The Small Family System
1917


Dublin, Population Problems in the United States and Canada
1926


Durand-Wever, Die Verhutung Der Schwanger-Schaft
1931


Elgstrom, Tidens Kvinnor
1944


Ellis, Studies in the Psychology of Sex, Volume 6, Sex Relation to Society
1911


Everett, The Hygiene of Marriage
1932


Fairchild, The Melting Pot Mistake
1926


Fairchild, People: The Quantity and Quality of Population
1939


Fielding, Parenthood: Design or Accident? A Manual of Birth Control
1928


Fielding, Birth Control in Asia: A Report of a Conference Held at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, November 24-25, 1933
1935


Fielding, Sanity in Sex
1920


Fishbein and Burgess, Successful Marriage
n.d.


Florence, Birth Control on Trial
1930


Frank, Personal Counsel
1946


Freeman, Social Decay and Regeneration
1921


Fyfe, Revolt of Women
1933


Gallichan, The Psychology of Marriage
1918


Goldstein, The Meaning of Marriage
1940


Gorst, Race and Sex Booklets: Education and Race-Regeneration
1913


Haire, Some More Medical Views on Birth Control
1928


Haldane, Heredity and Politics
1938


Hall, Life, and Love, and Peace
1909


Hamilton, A Research in Marriage
1929


Hartley, Sex Education and National Health
1920


Hershey, Margaret Sanger: Birth Control Pioneer
1938


Himes, Medical History of Contraception
1936


Holmes, Marriage and Divorce
1913


Holmes, The Trend of the Race
1921


Horton, New Tracts for the Times: National Ideals and Race-Regeneration
1912


Hooker, The Laws of Sex
1921


Huhner, Disorders of the Sexual Function
1917


Huxley, The Stream of Life
1926


Ingram, Sexual Morality
1922


International Labour Office, Migration Laws and Treaties, Volume I: Emigration Law and Regulation
1928


Jennings, The Biological Basis of Human Nature
1930


Johnsen, Birth Control
1925


Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, Volume 10, Number 1
May-June 1943


Key, Love and Ethics
1911


Key, The Century of the Child
1909


Kollwitz and Crede, Volk in Not!
1927


Korner, Fammtliche Berte
n.d.


Krafft-Ebing, Psychopathia Sexualis
n.d.


Ladies Review (in Japanese)
n.d.


Lloyd, The Karezza Method or Magnetation: The Art of Connubial Love
n.d.


Latz, The Rhythm
n.d.


Lewin and Gilmore, Sex Without Fear
1950


Lamson, My Birth: The Autobiography of an Unborn Enfant
1916


Laughlin, Eugenical Sterilization in the United States
1922


Lorimer and Osborn, Dynamics of Population
1934


Lorimer, Winston, and Kiser, Foundations of American Population Policy
1940


Lyttelton, The Christian and Birth Control
1929


Marchant, Birth Rate and Empire
1917


Meisel-Heiss and Robinson, The Sexual Crisis
1917


Merckx, The Bolshevism of Sex: Femininity and Feminism
1921


Meyer, New Tracts for the Times: Religion and Race-Regeneration
1912


Moore, The Case Against Birth Control
1931


Old Moore's Almanack
1928


Olivetti, Il Controllo Delle Nascite
1957


Parker and Watson, National School Series: National Fourth Reader
1866(?)


Parliamentary Debates: House of Commons Official Report, Volume 329, Number 25
1937


Pierpont, International Birth Control Conference: Report of the Fifth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference
1922


Pitt-Rivers, Problems of Population: Proceedings of the International Population Union
1932


Problems of the Pacific: Proceedings of the Second Conference Institute of Pacific Relations, Honolulu
1927


Proceedings of the International Congress on Population and World Resources in Relation to the Family
1948


Pugh, The Great Unborn: A Dream of To-Morrow
1918


Raleigh, Woman and Superwoman
1916


Ramus, Marriage and Efficiency
1922


Robie, A Commonplace Life
n.d.


Robinson, Seventy Birth Control Clinics: A Survey and Analysis Including the General Effects of Control on Size and Quality of Population, * Two copies, one is a book and one is a pamphlet
1930


Robinson, Pioneers of Birth Control
1919


Robinson, Birth Control or the Limitation of Offspring
1916


Robinson, Eugenics and Marriage
1917


Robinson, Practical Eugenics
1912


Robinson, Woman
1922


Rout, Safe Marriage
1922


Royal Commission on Population Report 1949



Royden, Sex and Common Sense
1922


Rutgers, Eugenics and Birth Control
1923


Book written in Japanese (?)
n.d.


Sanger, Proceedings of the World Population Conference
1927


Sanger, What Every Boy and Girl Should Know
1925


Sanger, What Every Mother Should Know
1925


Sanger and Stone, The Practice of Contraception
1931


Sanger, Motherhood in Bondage
1928


Sanger, The Case for Birth Control
1917


Sanger, Happiness in Marriage
1926


Sanger, Margaret Sanger: An Autobiography
1938


Sanger, The New Motherhood
1922


Sanger, Die Neue Mutterfchaft
1927


Sanger, My Fight for Birth Control
1931


Index to the First Edition (1931) of My Fight for Birth Control by Margaret Sanger



Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization
1922


Sanger, What Every Girl Should Know
1922


Sanger, Women and the New Race
1920


Sanger, Women and the New Race(in Japanese)
1920


Sanger, History of Prostitution
1897


Sinclair, World's End
1940


Steiner, Sexualnot und Sexualreform: verhandlungen Der Weltiga Fur Sexualreform
1931


Stekel, Frigidity in Woman
1926


Stekel, Peculiarities in Behavior, Volume I
1924


Stockham, Karezza
1903


Stoddard, The Revolt Against Civilization
1922


Stone, Hos Lakaren Svar pa Sexualfrager Avlakarna
1951


Stone, Laakari Vastaa Sukupuolikysymyksiin
1946


Stone and Himes, Planned Parenthood
1951


Stopes, Married Love: A New Contribution to the Solution of the Sex Difficulties
1918


Stopes, Radiant Motherhood
1920


Stopes, Wise Parenthood: A Sequel to "Married Love" (booklet)
1918


Stopes, Wise Parenthood: The Treatise on Birth Control for Married People. A Practical Sequel to "Married Love
1918


Storrow, Our Sisters in India
n.d.


Stowell, Sex for Parents and Teachers
1921


Swinburne, Population and the Social Problem
1924


Stalmey, Love
1919


Thompson, Science for War and Peace Series: Plenty of People
1944


Thomson, The Control of Life
1921


Thomson, What is Man?
1924


Thorton, How to Achieve Sex Happiness in Marriage
1939


Todd, Easier Motherhood: A Discussion of the Abolition of Needless Pain
1931


Valabregne, Controle Des Naissances et Planning Familial
1960


Van de Velde, Ideal Marriage
1928


Van de Velde, Sex Hostility in Marriage
1931


Walker, The Traffic in Babies
1918


Washburn, So You're Going to Have a Baby
1933


Weill-Halle, La Grand'Peur d'Aimer: Journal d'Une Femme Medecin
1960


Wexberg, The Psychology of Sex
1931


Wile and Day Winn, Marriage in the Modern Manner
1929


Winter, Der Mensch von Morgen
n.d.


Wright, Contraceptive Technique
1951


Yarros, Modern Woman and Sex
1933


The Third International Conference on Planned Parenthood: Report of the Proceedings
1952


The Sixth International Conference on Planned Parenthood; Report of the Proceedings
1959


Book written in Japanese (?)



Library of Congress catalogues



The Woman Rebel (reprint of originals in bound volume)



SERIES VIII. AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS
(1935-1993)


Sound recordings



Restrictions on access:

[ORIGINALS restricted -- Use copies in box 110A and 111]

M. Sanger, "Family Planning," WABC New York(2 records and 1 cassette tape)
April 11, 1935

Box 110
Town Hall Award to Margaret Sanger, WQXR(10 records and 1 cassette tape)
January 15, 1937

Box 110
M. Sanger, "Why Birth Control Is Needed," studio recording(3 records)
June 28, 1937

Box 110
Dorothy Gordon and M. Sanger, tribute to Havelock Ellis, "Let's Talk It Over" (tribute to Havelock Ellis), WEAF(2 records)
July 17, 1939

Box 110
Fourth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, Stockholm(3 cassette tapes)
1953

Box 110
M. Sanger and Leighton Rollins, "Portrait in Speech" (1 reel-to-reel tape)
October 1, 1958

Box 110
Richard, Olive Byrne, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris(master and research copy)
November 25, 1977

Box 110A
Ivins, Nancy Sanger and Margaret Sanger Marston, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris(master and research copy)
1977

Box 110A
Sanger, Grant, interview by Jacqueline Van Voris(master and research copy)
March 28, 1977

Box 110A
Town Hall Award to Margaret Sanger, WQXR(cassette tape, research copy)
January 15, 1937

Box 110A
M. Sanger, "Why Birth Control Is Needed," studio recordingand Dorothy Gordon and M. Sanger, tribute to Havelock Ellis, "Let's Talk It Over" (tribute to Havelock Ellis), WEAF, July 17, 1939 (cassette tape, research copy)
June 28, 1937

Box 110A
M. Sanger and Leighton Rollins, "Portrait in Speech" and M. Sanger, "Family Planning," WABC New York, April 11, 1935 (1 cassette tape, research copy)
October 1, 1958

Box 110A
Fourth International Conference on Planned Parenthood, Stockholm(1 cassette, research copy)
1953

Box 110A
Films and videotapes



Note:

[Originals and masters of audiovisual materials are closed. Use research copies]

"Margaret Sanger" narrated by K. Hepburn (1 film and 1 videotape)


Box 111
Reed, Miriam, "Margaret Sanger: 1916" (one-woman show), Santa Barbara Planned Parenthood
1993

Box 111
"Margaret Sanger: A Public Nuisance" (produced by the Margaret Sanger Papers Project)
1992

Box 111
"The Woman Rebel Margaret Sanger," WGBH, Boston (NOVA program #316)
n.d.

Box 111
"The Mike Wallace Interview" (Copyright: CBS News),
September 24, 1957

Box 111
"Margaret Sanger on Birth Control (Copyright: Fox Movietone News)"
January 1928

Box 111
Home movies (video compilation of 3 8mm films): 1) Slee family in Paris, circa 1932 (?); 2) J.N.H. Slee, Cape Cod, Dr. Pierson, Eliz. Newman and grandchildren of J.N.H. Slee; and 3) M. Sanger in Tucson at X-mas, Tennis, and Stuart, Grant, and Edwina Sanger


Box 111
SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS
(1850-1966)


Photocopies


Box 112
Note:

Please use these for research

Margaret (Higgins) Sanger--alone



Note:
1892-95

Box 113: folder 1
1898-99

Box 113: folder 2
In nurse's uniform
ca. 1899-1902

Box 113: folder 3
Undated
pre-1900

Box 113: folder 4
1900-10

Box 113: folder 5
1911-15

Box 113: folder 6
1916-19

Box 113: folder 7
1920-24

Box 113: folder 8
1925-29

Box 113: folder 9
Undated
ca. 1901-29

Box 113: folder 10
1930-34

Box 113: folder 11
1935-39

Box 113: folder 12
1940-44

Box 113: folder 13
1945-49

Box 113: folder 14
Undated
circa 1930-49

Box 113: folder 15-17
1950-55

Box 114: folder 1
1956-57

Box 114: folder 2
1958-66

Box 114: folder 3
Undated
ca. 1950-66

Box 114: folder 4
Photographic reproductions of busts & paintings of Sanger


Box 114: folder 5
Family



Higgins



Anne (Purcell) Higgins (mother), 1850, n.d., and William Purcell, n.d.


Box 114: folder 1
Michael H. Higgins (father)
1925, n.d.

Box 114: folder 2
Anna (Nan) Higgins (sister)
1889-97, 1918, 1944, n.d.

Box 114: folder 3
Mary Higgins (sister)
1889-96, n.d.

Box 114: folder 4
Note:
Richard Higgins (brother) and family
1937-58, n.d.

Box 114: folder 5
Robert Higgins (brother) and family
1918, 1932, 1941, 1948, n.d.

Box 114: folder 6
Thomas Higgins (brother)
1895

Box 114: folder 7
Groups
1910, 1918, n.d.

Box 114: folder 8
Sanger



William Sanger (first husband)
n.d.

Box 115: folder 1-2
Photographic reproductions of paintings by William Sanger
1922, n.d.

Box 115: folder 3
William Sanger: Ancestors and relatives, including his parents
1889-1945, n.d.

Box 115: folder 4
Alexander Sanger (grandson)
n.d.

Box 115: folder 5
Grant Sanger (son)
1915-22, n.d.

Box 115: folder 6-7
Grant and Edwina Sanger family
1937-56, n.d.

Box 115: folder 8-9
Grant and Edwina Sanger family with Margaret Sanger
1943-56

Box 115: folder 10
Peggy Sanger (daughter)
ca. 1912, 1915, n.d.

Box 115: folder 11
Stuart Sanger (son)
1924-33, n.d.

Box 115: folder 12
Note:
Stuart and Barbara Sanger family
1940-65

Box 115: folder 13
Stuart and Barbara Sanger family with Margaret Sanger
circa 1941, 1948, n.d.

Box 115: folder 14
Family groups



Stuart, Grant and Peggy Sanger
pre-1920

Box 115: folder 15-16
Margaret and William Sanger with children
pre-1920

Box 115: folder 17
circa 1920-37

Box 115: folder 18-19
Slee



J. Noah H. Slee (second husband)
ca. 1870s, 1922-40, n.d.

Box 115: folder 20-21
J. Noah H. Slee and Margaret Sanger
ca. 1920s, 1924-40, n.d.

Box 115: folder 22
Note:
Slee grandchildren, including Margaret Sanger and J. Noah H. Slee
1928-47, n.d.

Box 115: folder 23
Dogs
n.d.

Box 115: folder 24
Friends and associates

See also APPENDIX: PHOTOGRAPHS LOCATED IN OTHER SERIES.




Individuals (including Margaret Sanger with individuals)



Albertson, Corey
n.d.

Box 116: folder 1
A-C
1915-52, n.d.

Box 116: folder 2
Buck, Pearl
1935

Box 116
Comstock, Anthony
n.d.

Box 116
D-E
1947-61, n.d.

Box 116: folder 3
Ellis, Havelock and Edith
1918-27, n.d.

Box 116: folder 4
F-H
1917-37, n.d.

Box 116: folder 5
Gandhi, Mohandas K. and Indira
1959, n.d.

Box 116: folder 6
Hastings, Daniel
n.d.

Box 116: folder 7
I-L
ca. 1875-80, 1916-46, n.d.

Box 116: folder 8
Kato, Shidzue (formerly the Baroness Ishimoto)
1922-59, n.d.

Box 116: folder 9
Note:
"Marharishi" (of India)
n.d.

Box 116: folder 10
M-N
1925-55, n.d.

Box 116: folder 11
McCormick, Ada
n.d.

Box 116
Merion, Kitty
1925

Box 116
Nehru, Jawaharlal (also Lady Rama Rau)
1959

Box 116: folder 12
P-R
1940, 1954, n.d.

Box 116: folder 13
Pandit, Mme. Vijaya Lakshmi
1952

Box 116: folder 14
Pierce, Walter
1934

Box 116: folder 15
Rose, Florence
1957, 1960, ca. 1966

Box 116: folder 16
S-T
1914, ca. 1948, 1954, n.d.

Box 116: folder 17
Selincourt, Hugh de
1925, 1927, n.d.

Box 116: folder 18
Stone, Abraham
1952, 1959, n.d.

Box 116: folder 19
U-Z
1952-59

Box 116: folder 20
Unidentified
1942, 1945-48, n.d.

Box 116: folder 21
Groups--chronological (including Margaret Sanger)



(including Margaret Sanger & nursing class)
Pre-1900

Box 116: folder 22
(including Otis Skinner, H.G. Wells)
1901-19

Box 116: folder 23
(including Dorothy Booker, Pearl Buck, Katharine (Houghton) Hepburn, Mrs. Philip Hughes, Anne Kennedy, John M. Keynes, Charles Scribner, Hugh de Selincourt)
1920-39

Box 116: folder 24
(including Florence Rose, Stuart Sanger)
1940-49

Box 117: folder 1
(including Dorothy Brush, Abraham Stone, Ellen Watumull)
1950-66

Box 117: folder 2
(including Dorothy Brush, Katharine (Houghton) Hepburn, Mary Hughston, Ada McCormick, Florence Rose, Hugh de Selincourt, H.G. Wells)
Undated

Box 117: folder 3
Groups--activities (including Margaret Sanger)



Trial
1916-17

Box 117: folder 4
Scenes from film "Birth Control"
1917

Box 117: folder 5
Sanger at Smith College receiving honorary degree
1949

Box 117: folder 6
Japan



Shidzue Kato, Reiko Mitsui, Dorothy Brush, and others
1922, 1932, 1937

Box 117: folder 7
Dorothy Brush, Shidzue Kato, Abraham Stone, and others
1952, 1954

Box 117: folder 8
Dorothy Brush, Shidzue Kato, Governor of Tokyo, and the 6th International Conference on Planned Parenthood
1958-59, n.d.

Box 117: folder 9-11
Note:
India (including Dorothy Brush, Lady Rama Rau, Abraham Stone)
1952

Box 117: folder 12
Sites and scenes



Brownsville Clinic at 46 Amboy Street
1916

Box 117: folder 13
Miscellaneous birth control related scenes
ca. 1889, 1912, n.d.

Box 117: folder 14-15
Sanger homes



Corning, NY (color slides)
[1977?]

Box 117: folder 16
Hastings, NY house
n.d.

Box 117: folder 17
"Willowlake," Fishkill, NY



Construction
1921-28, n.d.

Box 117: folder 1
Exterior
1924, 1928, 1946, n.d.

Box 117: folder 2-4
Interior
n.d.

Box 117: folder 5
Surrounding scenery
n.d.

Box 117: folder 6
"Casa de Adobe," Tucson, AZ



Exterior and interior
1937, n.d.

Box 118: folder 7
Surrounding scenery
n.d.

Box 118: folder 8
Sierra Vista Drive house
circa 1949, n.d.

Box 118: folder 9
Valley House (nursing home), Tucson, AZ
1964

Box 118: folder 10
Miscellaneous and unidentified scenes
1897-1948, n.d.

Box 118: folder 11-12
Color transparencies and reproductions of various pictures in Sanger Papers
circa 1898-1932, n.d.

Box 118: folder 13
Margaret Sanger Papers in the Sophia Smith Collection: images of the selected items and document boxes
1966, n.d.

Box 118: folder 14
SERIES X. OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Biographical material



Personal records: Passport
1915

Box 119
Awards, honors, anniversaries, and honorary degrees



Honorary degree hoods: Smith College, 1949 and University of Arizona, 1965


Box 119
World Tribute to Margaret Sanger: Guest book
1961

Box 119
Third Class of the Order of the Precious Crown: citation in Japanese
1965

Box 119
Family planning commemorative stamp
1972

Box 119
Poem re: M. Sanger by Desire Vail
n.d.

Box 119
Drawing of M. Sanger's arrest by J. Downs, presented by Today's Health
n.d.

Box 119
Embroidered hanging from India (unidentified)
n.d.

Box 119
Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation AwardPlaster relief of medal
1950:

Box 120
Citation in Japanese, Tokyo
1955

Box 120
World Tribute to Margaret Sanger, Waldorf-Astoria, New York, NY, May 11-12, 1961, sponsored by the World Population Emergency Campaign: Letters and telegrams, A-Z (2 vols.)


Box 121
Miscellaneous memorabilia



and folder Artwork (mostly water colors by M. Sanger)
n.d.

Box 122
Drawings of Gandhi by Yuping Wong, 1931 and M. Sanger by Samuel Cahan, 1929


Box 123
Bas-relief of M. Sanger as a nurse by Betty Barstow Long


Box 123
"Men of Affairs," The Evening Mail (cartoons of prominent men, including J. Noah Slee)
n.d.

Box 124
Organization and conference files



International Conference on Planned Parenthood, 6th, Delhi, 1959: Poster
20 February 1959

Box 125
International Planned Parenthood Federation, "Activities": [Educational materials?]
n.d.

Box 125
Maternity Center Association, New York: Maternity Care in Pictures
1939

Box 125
World Population Conference, 1927: Cartoon menu, "Vive le Bebe"; Journal, 2, 2 September 1927; and publications [in Danish?], "compliments of ---- Hansen"]


Box 125
Countries and regions



Russia: Mother and Child, published by the Leningrad Branch of the All-Union Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries and the Leningrad Health Department
[circa 1930s]

Box 126
Japan: Scrapbook of clippings (also on microfilm)


Box 126
India and other countries: Scrapbook of clippings
1935-36

Box 127
Printed material



Birth Control News (London)(incomplete, 66 issues)
1922-29

Box 128
The Birth Control Herald (Voluntary Parenthood League)
July 1922-March 1924

Box 128
Lucifer the Light-Bearer


Box 128
5 February 1886-28 August 1891

Box 128
4 September 1891-25 December 1896

Box 129
The Woman Rebel [Incomplete]
May, January, September/October 1914

Box 129
Photographs



Mary Higgins (framed portrait)


Box 130
Japan album
1959

Box 130
Portraits of M. Sanger



circa 1925-29

Box 130
1935

Box 131
circa 1940s-50s

Box 131
On shelf: wood boxes with Japanese characters (2)



Charcoal drawing of M. Sanger by Lisa Baskin for Margaret Sanger Centennial Conference


Flat file
Photographs: M. Sanger with J. Noah Slee in Potsdam, circa 1927; Stuart Sanger with Yale class of 1928


Flat file
Tucson Title Insurance co. map
n.d.

Flat file
Chinese family planning posters (2)


Flat file
Japanese poster


Flat file
Poster, "Mrs. Sanger Defends Birth Control" (Morning Post, Hong Kong)
n.d.

Flat file

Search Terms
The following terms represent persons, organizations, and topics documented in this collection. Use these headings to search for additional materials on this web site, in the Five College Library Catalog, or in other library catalogs and databases.

Subjects
  • American Birth Control League--History
  • Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (New York, N.Y.)--History
  • Birth control clinics--History--Sources
  • Birth control--Developing countries--History--Sources
  • Birth control--History--20th century--Sources
  • Brush, Dorothy Hamilton
  • Buck, Pearl S. (Pearl Sydenstricker), 1892-1973
  • De Selincourt, Hugh, 1878-1951
  • Ellis, Havelock, 1859-1939
  • Eugenics--United States--History--Sources
  • Gamble, Clarence James, 1894-
  • Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.)--History--20th century--Sources
  • Hepburn, Katherine Houghton, 1878-1951
  • Human reproduction--Political aspects--History--Sources
  • Hygiene, Sexual--History--20th century--Sources
  • International Planned Parenthood Federation--History
  • Marriage--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • McCormick, Katherine Dexter, 1876-1967
  • New York (N.Y.)--Social conditions--20th century--Sources
  • Pincus, Gregory, 1903-1967
  • Planned Parenthood Federation of America--History
  • Population policy--History--20th century--Sources
  • Rose, Florence
  • Rublee, Juliet
  • Sanger family
  • Sanger, Margaret, 1879-1966
  • Sex instruction--United States--History--Sources
  • Stone, Abraham, 1890-
  • Stone, Hannah M. (Hannah Mayer), 1894-1941
  • Wells, H.G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946
  • Women's rights--United States--History--20th century--Sources
  • Women--Health and hygiene--History--20th century--Sources

Contributors
  • Sophia Smith Collection


APPENDIX: PHOTOGRAPHS LOCATED IN OTHER SERIES

These are photographs found in the Sanger Papers, in series other than SERIES IX. PHOTOGRAPHS. Note: this is only a partial listing - additional images may be found scattered throughout the collection.

[See also related images in the Florence Rose Papers and Dorothy Brush Papers]

SERIES IV. ORGANIZATION AND CONFERENCE FILES
BoxFolder
3916Birth Control Federation of America, 1942, n.d.
3813Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, 1944-46, n.d.
525World Population Conference, including: Anne Kennedy, Sir Bernard Mallet, 1927

SERIES V. COUNTRIES AND REGIONS
6712Japan, including: Shidzue and Kanju Kato, 1947, 1948, n.d.
712U.S.--Arizona--Clinics--Tucson Mothers' Health Clinic--case histories, 1935

SERIES X. OVERSIZE
125Maternity Center Association: Maternity Care in Pictures, 1939
130-31Japan album and miscellaneous portraits

MICROFILMED PORTION--Subseries V. Miscellany
87 Memorial scrapbooks (2 vols.)--"Our Margaret Sanger" (include photographs of tribute authors, e.g. C.P. Blacker, Loraine Campbell, Cornelia Cannon, Francoise Delisle, Clarence Gamble, Edith How-Martyn, Anne Kennedy, Lena Levine, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Katherine Dexter McCormick, Edna Rankin McKinnon, Lakshmi Menon, Jerbanoo Mistri, Daisy Mitchell, Bessie R. Moses, Minoru Muramatsu, Betsy Graves Reyneau, Frances Rich, Leighton Rollins, Elsie K. Sulzberger, William Vogt, Watumull family, among others); and photos of M.S. not found elsewhere.

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