ID# 1724:
Eugenics: A Journal of Race Betterment (vol II:8), title page including Francis Galton's definition of eugenics and Fitter Families medal
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Cold Spring Harbor, ERO, Eugenics, Miscellaneous Copies

1724. [boxed text]Eugenics C.P Ives, 2d, Managing Editor Charles McAlpin Pyle, Business Manager Editorial Board Samuel J. Holmes Roswell H. Johnson Harry H. Laughlin Leon F. Whitney A.E. Wiggam "Eugenics is the study of all of the agencies under social control which may improve or impair the inborn qualities of future generations of man, either physically or mentally." --Francis Galton [end boxed text]Volume II August 1929 Number 8 [centered score] Contents of the Sermon Number [graphic within boxed text of two sides of a coin] [end]
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