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Papers, 1832-1970

Author: Florence Rose
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The bulk of the Florence Rose Papers date from 1921 to 1970 and focus on both her personal and professional life. Major subjects reflected in the collection include the birth control movement in the U.S., the legal and political aspects of American birth control struggles, the history of relations between African-Americans and Planned Parenthood, the politics of American hunger relief and prevention efforts in  Read more...
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Named Person: Mary Ritter Beard; Mary McLeod Bethune; Pearl S Buck; Carrie Chapman Catt; Havelock Ellis; Morris L Ernst; Clarence James Gamble; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Emma Goldman; Lawrence Lader; Lorin Maazel; Florence Rose; Margaret Sanger; Michael Scott; Lilia Skala; H G Wells
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Florence Rose
OCLC Number: 49343475
Description: 15 linear ft. (37 boxes)

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The bulk of the Florence Rose Papers date from 1921 to 1970 and focus on both her personal and professional life. Major subjects reflected in the collection include the birth control movement in the U.S., the legal and political aspects of American birth control struggles, the history of relations between African-Americans and Planned Parenthood, the politics of American hunger relief and prevention efforts in developing countries, efforts to promote cultural understanding between nations in the immediate post-WWII period, and the life and legacy of birth control pioneer Margaret Sanger. The major birth control organizations are represented including the American Birth Control League, the Birth Control Federation of America, the National Committee for Federal Legislation on Birth Control, and the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau, all of which merged into the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Individuals represented in the papers include notable 20th century social reformers, birth control advocates, and public figures such as Margaret Sanger, Pearl S. Buck, Havelock Ellis, Carrie Chapman Catt, Morris Ernst, Clarence Gamble, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Harriet Pilpel, Emma Goldman, and H.G. Wells.

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