File 28 - Passionate crusader: the life of Marie Stopes : duplicate books.

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Passionate crusader: the life of Marie Stopes : duplicate books.

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SCA111-GA84-3-28

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  • [ca. 1977] (Creation)
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    Stopes, Marie

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Marie Charlotte Carmichael Stopes was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1880 and died there in 1958. Educated in Edinburgh, London and graduated with her Ph.D. from Munich, she was the first woman appointed to the science staff at the University of Manchester in 1904. Jointly with her husband H.V. Roe she founded the Mother's Clinic for Constructive Birth Control in 1921. It was the first birth control clinic in the world. She also published two books, "Married Love" and "Wise Parenthood: a Book for Married People."

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File consists of 13 duplicate books kept by Ruth Hall while she was working on her book "Passionate crusader: the life of Marie Stopes." The notebooks include notes on correspondence to and by Stopes, on the Stopes trial and other related matters. Each book is 100 pages.

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