543:
"Copy of certificate awarded for meritorious exhibits," at the Second International Congress of Eugenics
Date:
1921
Pages:1 of 1
Source:
Cold Spring Harbor, E.06 Eug-2, Exhibits Book-Second Int.Ex. Of Eugenics,pg. 15
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&quote;Copy of certificate awarded for meritorious exhibits,&quote; at the Second International Congress of Eugenics

[illustration] Eugenics Eugenics is the Self Direction Of Human Evolution Like a Tree Eugenics Draws Its Materials From Many Sources and Organizes Them Into An Harmonious Entity. The Second International Congress of Eugenics, devoted to researches in all fields of science and practice which bear upon the improvement of racial qualities in man, convey the expression of appreciation of the generous gift of Mrs. E. H. Harriman of New York, which made possible the exhibition of eugenical materials which were assembled and displayed, in connection with the Congress, at the American Museum of Natural History. New York, September 1921 [signature] President of the Congress [signed]Harry H. Laughlin Chairman of the Committee on Exhibits Fig. 3. Copy of Certificate Awarded for Meritorious Exhibits 15

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