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Comic, "The First International Eugenics Congress, London, July 1912", Eugenics Review (vol 28:1)
Date:
1936
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
Cold Spring Harbor, ERO, The Eugenics Review, 28
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Comic, &quote;The First International Eugenics Congress, London, July 1912&quote;, Eugenics Review (vol 28:1)

118 The Eugenics Review [comic strip] [1st panel - persons following bride and groom to the altar, carrying placards reading, "Liver Specialist", "Lung Specialist", "Heart Specialist", "Mind Specialist"] [2nd panel - bride sticking out tongue, man saying "Excellent"] [3rd panel - groom sticking out tongue, man saying "Nothing Wrong Here"] [4th panel - "Quite Sound", "Seems All Right"] [5th panel - "Let the Wedding Proceed"] [caption]To Mrs. Alec Tweedie from W. K. Haseldon The First International Eugenics Congress, London, July 1912 [end]

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