Twenty Years

Twenty Years

New York: Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, [1943]. A small pamphlet issued on the 20th anniversary of the Margaret Sanger Research Bureau, the first birth control center in the United States, in which Sanger’s three objectives for founding the center are outlined: to provide birth control information and medical consultation to women, to offer a space for clinical research on contraceptives, and to serve as a teaching center for the medical profession. Other ancillary services are also discussed with photographs included throughout.

Stapled, illustrated wrappers (3 ½” x 6 ”), [12] p., illustrated. A Fine copy. Item #9249

Price: $75.00

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