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Speeches and Writings File, 1912-1960 (continued)
Lecture and Publication Correspondence. (continued)
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1936
Community Church of New York, 1936-1937
Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies of New York City, N.Y., 1933-1936
Federation of Jewish Women's Organizations, 1936-1937
Fitchburg, Mass., 1936-1937
Oct. 1916-Feb. 1935
(5 folders)
BOX 205 REEL 132-133 Mar. 1935-May 1938
(7 folders)
BOX 206 REEL 133 June 1938-Mar. 1953, undated
(4 folders)
Illinois Birth Control League, 1936-1937
Louisville, Ky., 1936
Luzerne, Pa., County Birth Control League, 1937
Montreal, Canada, 1936-1937
New Haven, Conn., 1937
Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill., 1931
Pennsylvania Birth Control Federation
Richmond, Va., 1936-1937
Washington, D.C.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Minnesota branch), 1936-1937
BOX 207 REEL 133-134 Lecture requests, Apr. 1953-Apr. 1954
Margaret Sanger; an Autobiography (1938)
Miscellaneous articles
Motherhood in Bondage(New York: Brentano's, 1928. 446 pp.), 1928-1940
(4 folders)
My Fight for Birth Control (1931)
BOX 208 REEL 134-135 New Republic
The Pivot of Civilization(New York: Brentano's [c1922] 284 pp.)
Pond Bureau, 1929-1935
(3 folders)
The Practice of Contraception (1931), edited by Margaret Sanger and Hannah M. Stone
Preferred Publications, Inc.
Questions asked at meetings
Reply to Pope Pius XI's encyclical Casti Connubii, 1931
Shearwood-Smith, Inc.
Woman and the New Race(New York: Brentano's [c1920] 234 pp.)
BOX 208-209 REEL 135 Material Written by Others.
Drafts and printed copies of articles.
Arranged alphabetically by author or title.
BOX 208 REEL 135 “The Baby Moratorium,” American Hospital Association Bulletin, Dec. 1931
Buck, Pearl, “Pearl Buck Speaks on Birth Control,” Churchman, May 1935
BOX 209 REEL 135 Gandhi, Mohandas, “Love and Marriage”
Gilman, Mildred, “The World and Margaret Sanger,” 1952
Goldstein, David, “The Case Against Birth Control,” speech at Common Cause Forum, Mar. 8, 1925
Johnson, Oliver M., “Mrs. Sanger's First Visit to England. 1914-1915”
Mussolini, Benito, “What Mussolini Thinks of Women,” Plain Talk
Patterson, Ada, “Margaret Sanger, the American Apostle of Family Limitation,” unpublished manuscript
Peopleissue on birth control, Apr. 1931
BOX 209-230 REEL 135-138* Scrapbooks, 1903-1946
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, invitations, photographs, brochures, and other material bound in scrapbooks.
Containers 209-217 constitute a set of numbered scrapbooks in chronological order. Unnumbered scrapbooks in containers 218-230 are also arranged chronologically.
*Film includes only selected items from the scrapbooks
BOX 209 REEL 135 * 1903-1916, no. 1, early historical photographs and clippings
1912-1914, no. 2
BOX 210 1914-1916, no. 3, early articles on birth control by various writers
1916, no. 4, federal trial
BOX 211 1916-1917, no. 5, lecture tour, miscellaneous clippings, 1916-1920
1916-1917, no. 7, trial
BOX 212 1916-1926, no. 6, early trials and miscellaneous history
1924-1929, no. 8, Sanger-Slee marriage
BOX 213 REEL 135 * 1930-1931, no. 9
BOX 214 1931-1932, nos. 10-11
(2 vols.)
BOX 215 1935-1936, no. 12, letters, clippings, telegrams, and invitations of India and Burma tour
BOX 216 1935, no. 13, letters, clippings, photographs, and invitations of India tour including correspondence with Gandhi
1935-1936, no. 14
1935-1936, no. 15
BOX 217 1936-1938, no. 16
BOX 218 Pamphlets, reports, and brochures of birth control clinics, arranged by State
Early printed articles by and about Margaret Sanger
BOX 219 1922-1929 archives, correspondence, pamphlets, reports, and form and typed letters of the American Birth Control League
1927, photographs and printed documents of the World Population Conference
BOX 220 REEL 136 * 1929-1932, correspondence, newsletters, invitations, and brochures of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
BOX 221 1932-1934, form letters, invitations, brochures, and announcements of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
BOX 222 REEL 137 * 1934
General convention, Episcopal Church, Atlantic City, N.J.
American Conference on Birth Control and National Recovery, Washington, D.C.
BOX 223 1934-1935, form letters, invitations, and news releases for “Birth Control Comes of Age,” a dinner to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the birth control movement in America
BOX 224 1935, news releases, form letters, pamphlets, and brochures of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
BOX 225 1936
Newsletters, form letters, court opinions, pamphlets, and brochures of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
Conference on Contraceptive Research and Clinical Practice, New York, N.Y.
BOX 226 1930-1937, brochures, pamphlets, invitations, announcements, press releases, and annual reports of the National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control
BOX 227 REEL 138 * 1935-1937, miscellaneous photographs, newsletters, pamphlets, and clippings
BOX 228 REEL 138 * 1937-1938, miscellaneous clippings
1937-1938, brochures, pamphlets, and form letters of the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau
(2 vols.)
BOX 229 1940, Massachusetts speaking tour
1941, 25th anniversary dinner
1943-1946, form letters and enclosures mailed to various interest groups by the Planned Parenthood Federation of America
BOX 230 Undated brochures and pamphlets concerning international birth control events
BOX 231-243Not Filmed Clippings, 1915-1966
Loose newspaper clippings.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
BOX 231Not filmed Abortion, 1931-1932
Advisory centers, 1931-1933
American Birth Control League, 1931-1933
American Medical Association, 1932-1933
Analysis of newspaper articles, 1921-1924
Birth and death rates, 1931-1932
Birth control
Endorsements and opinions, 1919-1929
General, 1931-1933
Pros and cons, 1931-1933
Birth control leagues, 1916-1929
Book reviews of Margaret Sanger's books, 1918-1939
(2 folders)
Books and articles (reviews), 1931-1933
Broun, Heywood, 1933
Censorship, 1931-1933
Censorship, Albany, N.Y., meeting, 1922
Censorship, Syracuse, N.Y., meeting, 1924
Children (child welfare, child labor, etc.), 1933
Church and religion, 1931-1933
Church and religion
Anglican Church, 1924-1930
Federal Council of Churches, 1931-1933
BOX 232 Jewish, 1932-1933
Lutheran, 1932
Methodist, 1932-1933
Presbyterian, 1932-1933
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