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Guide to the Margaret Sanger Birth Control Collection
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1921: "Debate on Birth Control," Ten Cent Pocket Series No. 208, edited by E. Haldeman-Julius

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1925: "James B Pond Presents: Margaret Sanger, International Champion of Birth Control" – Addresses on World Problems of Population; "Report of the Clinical Research Department of the American Birth Control League for the Year of 1925," by Hannah M. Stone, Clinical Director

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1930: "Program," Western States Conference on Birth Control and Population Problems, with Margaret Sanger speaking on "The Next Step in Birth Control;" Flyer for the Birth Control Research Bureau, with information about the recently opened Harlem Branch

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1931: "The Mothers Bill of Rights: What It Will Mean to Amend the Federal Laws Regarding Birth Control," statement by Margaret Sanger before the Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate; Program for dinner in honor of H. G. Wells at the Waldorf Astoria, New York, with Margaret Sanger as speaker

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1932: "Program," Testimonial Dinner to Margaret Sanger, AWA Clubhouse, New York, with Margaret Sanger, John Dewey, and others as speakers

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1933: "Progress Report," Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director)

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1934: "Program," American Conference on Birth Control and National Recovery, Washington, D.C., with opening address by Margaret Sanger

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1935: Unity (magazine), Birth Control Number, with article by Margaret Sanger, "Reasons for Amending Existing Birth Control Laws;" "Birth Control Comes of Age," dinner commemorating the 21st Anniversary of the Birth Control Movement in America, with Margaret Sanger, Pearl Buck, and others as speakers; "The Winning Fight for Birth Control," National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control; leaflet with letter by Margaret Sanger and statement, "Winning the Fight for Birth Control," National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control; "Progress Report," Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau

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1936: Flyer for lecture by Margaret Sanger on "Birth Control and Family Hygiene;" "Program," Conference on Contraceptive Research and Clinical Practice, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, with welcoming address by Margaret Sanger

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1939: "A Statement of National Importance to All Those Men and Women Who Have Supported Local and National Efforts to Improve the Quality of the American People," Birth Control Federation of America, Inc. (Margaret Sanger, honorary chairman of the board)

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1940: "Report," Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, by Hannah M. Stone

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1946: "H. G. Wells," speech by J. B. Priestly, printed by Chiswick Press

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1965: "Program," Testimonial Dinner Honoring Margaret Sanger in Recognition of Her Heroic Contributions to Mankind

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1966: "In Remembrance of Margaret Sanger," St. George's Episcopal Church, New York, Sept. 21, 1966

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No Date: "An Amendment to the Federal Law Dealing with Contraception," American Birth Control League, Inc.; Invitation to a testimonial dinner to Margaret Sanger, chaired by John Dewey; Pamphlet, "Federal Interference with the Administration of State Laws;" "Suggestions for the Establishment of a Birth Control Clinic," Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau