1158:
"Researches on crime in relation to nativity," Laughlin's research for the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization
Date:
1931
Pages: (1|2|3|4)
Source:
The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, D-5-4
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&quote;Researches on crime in relation to nativity,&quote; Laughlin's research for the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization

Oct 30 1931 Committee on Immigration and Naturalization House of Representatives - 71st Congress Albert Johnson, Chairman Researches on Crime in Relation to Nativity By Race or Color, and Age Inmates of Penal Institutions Name of Institution [underlined, handwritten]South Carolina State Penitentiary[end underline, handwritten] Where Located [underlined, handwritten]Columbia, South Carolina[end underlined, handwritten] Class of Inmates [underline][set below line](Type of Offender) (Sex) (Age Limits) (Territory Drawn From)[end underline] Warden (or other responsible official) [underline]Jas N. Pearway Supt.[end underline] [set below underlines](Name) (Office) This schedule was was filled out by [underlined]Identification Bureau October 27, 1931[end underline][set below line](Name) (Office) (Date) When filled out as indicated on the following pages kindly return to: Harry H. Laughlin, Expert Eugenics Agent. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization House of Representatives, 71st Congress Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, New York.

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