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1895 Course Photographs, Students & Faculty (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1893 Scientists, group 1

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Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1893 Scientists, group 2 (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Investigators (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1895 Key to Page

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1895 Zoology Course Photograph on Schooner (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1893 Scientists, group 2

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1895 Faculty

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Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1895 Faculty (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Investigators and Faculty (Overlay 1)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Investigators

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Investigators and Faculty (Overlay 2)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Ten Scientists (Overlay)

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Ten Scientists

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

1894 Investigators and Faculty

Digitized by the MBL Digital Processing Center

Format: Photographs

Subject: People, Organizations

Human Betterment Foundation (1928-1942)

In 1928 Ezra Seymour Gosney founded the non-profit Human Betterment Foundation (HBF) in Pasadena, California to support the research and publication of the personal and social effects of eugenic sterilizations carried out in California. Led by director Gosney and secretary Paul Popenoe, the HBF collected data on thousands of individuals in California who had been involuntarily sterilized under a California state law enacted in 1909. The Foundation's assets were liquidated following Gosney's death in 1942.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Reproduction

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (1929–1970)

Starting in 1929, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists was a professional association of physicians in the UK that aimed to improve the care of women in childbirth through training and education and to establish obstetrics and gynecology as a medical specialty. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has contributed to women’s reproductive health by fostering research, establishing standards for physicians specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, and influencing legislation.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations

MBL Crane and Candle House buildings

Looking east on Water Street Crane Building, Candle House and Marine Biological Laboratory Club on right

Format: Photographs

Subject: Places, Organizations

Oregon State Board of Eugenics

In 1917 the Oregon State Legislature, in Salem, Oregon, passed a bill titled, 'To Prevent Procreation of Certain Classes in Oregon.' Passage of the bill created the Oregon State Board of Eugenics, an organization that presided over the forced sterilization of more than 2,600 Oregon residents from 1917 to 1981. In 1983, Legislation abolished the State Board of Eugenics, by that time called the Oregon State Board of Social Protection.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Reproduction

Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.

Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. (ACT) is a biotechnology company that uses stem cell technology to develop novel therapies in the field of regenerative medicine. Formed in 1994, ACT grew from a small agricultural cloning research facility located in Worcester, Massachusetts, into a multi-locational corporation involved in using both human embryonic stem cells (hESC) and human adult stem cells as well as animal cells for therapeutic innovations.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Reproduction

American Eugenics Society (1926-1972)

The American Eugenics Society (AES) was established in the US by
Madison Grant, Harry H. Laughlin, Henry Crampton, Irving Fisher, and
Henry F. Osborn in 1926 to promote eugenics education programs for
the US public. The AES described eugenics as the study of improving
the genetic composition of humans through controlled reproduction of
different races and classes of people. The AES aided smaller eugenic
efforts such as the Galton Society in New York, New York, and the

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations

Free Hospital for Women Scrapbook by Harvard University Library

This scrapbook is part of the Harvard University Library's collection on "Working Women, 1800-1930," which is itself part of the Open Collections Program. The print version is located at the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. It contains information about the hospital, including articles from newspapers, magazines, and other publications; photographs of the hospital, employees, and special events; lecture announcements; letters and other forms of correspondence; ration cards; tickets; forms; certificates; posters; programs; and playbills.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Ethics, Reproduction

Planned Parenthood Committee of Phoenix (1942-1978)

The Planned Parenthood Committee of Phoenix was established in 1942 to expand Arizona women's access to family planning resources. The Planned Parenthood Committee of Phoenix was formed through the merging of The Mother's Health Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, with the national Planned Parenthood Federation of America. The clinic was primarily based within the Phoenix Memorial Hospital campus but expanded to other locations in the late 1960s.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Reproduction, Outreach

Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia (1974- )

Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia is a nonprofit organization that began in 1974 as a joint endeavor by Reginald and Catherine Hamlin and the Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia promotes reproductive health in Ethiopia by raising awareness and implementing treatment and preventive services for women affected by obstetric fistulas. It also aims to restore the lives of women afflicted with obstetric fistulas in Ethiopia and eventually to eradicate the condition.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Reproduction, Outreach

The Malthusian League (1877–1927)

The Malthusian League, founded in London, England, in 1877 promoted the use of contraception to limit family size. Activists Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant established the Malthusian League after they were arrested and exonerated for publishing a pamphlet describing techniques to prevent pregnancy. Founders based the league on the principles of Thomas Malthus, a British nineteenth century economist, who wrote on the perils of a population growing beyond the resources available to support it.

Format: Articles

Subject: Organizations, Outreach, Reproduction