Eugenics Record Office (ERO)
81 objects illustrate this topic:

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Charles Davenport letter to Morris Steggerda, acknowledging their collaboration and friendship over the years (1/15/1940) (#2478)
Charles Davenport letter to Mrs. E.H. Harriman about recruitment of first class, multiple pages (#421)
Civil War veteran, field work for The Jukes in 1915, Arthur Estabrook photo post card from Ulster County, New York (#1278)
"Clinical and Field Studies of the 1921 Training Class," Eugenics Record Office, Eugenical News (vol. 6), multiple pages (#1885)
"Degenerate Family Cost State Heavily," about rediscovery of Dugdale's charts of real names of Jukes family members (1/18/1912) (#1322)
Dick Johnson (pseudonym) of the Win Tribe, from Arthur Estabrook's scrapbook of field photographs from Amherst County, Virginia (#1260)
"Dr. Crispell of Hurley, N.Y., who helped Dugdale in his study and source of most of his disease, etc., information. AHE" (#1264)
E.R. Evans letter to A. Estabrook, providing information about the Nam family child placed in foster care (2/14/1917), multiple pages (#1453)
Eugenics Record Office, about 1925 (#1651)
Eugenics Record Office and AMA survey about hereditary blindness (#320)
Eugenics Record Office, Annual Meeting of the Eugenics Research Association, 1918 (Laughlin in front, Stewart House in background), multiple pages (#1664)