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|American Eugenics Society, dinner invitation, program including Albert Wiggam and Frederick Osborn, New York
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|Cold Spring Harbor,
ERO, American Eugenics Society
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The American Eugenics Society
invites you to a Dinner
The Town Hall Club
123 West 43rd Street
Wednesday, November Thirthieth
Reception 7 o'clock - Dinner 7:30 o'clock sharp
Professor Samuel J. Holmes, President, will preside
Dr. Albert E. Wiggam, Toastmaster
Introductory Statement: The American Concept of Eugenics
Mr. Frederick Osborn
Family Limitation Necessary to Eugenics in a Democracy
Professor Henry P. Fairchild
Eugenic Significance of Child Study
Mrs. Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg
Eugenic Significance of Parent Education
Mr. Ralph P. Bridgeman
Informal. Speeches will be brief and the dinner over at 10:15 o'clock.
Please reserve [dashed underscore] places for me.
Please make checks payable to American Eugenics Society
50 W. 50th, New York City
Two Dollars a Cover
Tables may be reserved for six, eight, or ten
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