The editors are grateful to New York University, principal sponsor of the Margaret Sanger Papers Project, which has served as our administrative, editorial, and research center since 1987. We are also indebted to the staff of the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College, which served as co-sponsor of the Margaret Sanger Papers Microfilm Edition.
Securing adequate financial support is one of the most critical tasks of any editorial project. This electronic edition would not have been possible without the support of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Rockefeller Foundation, the William Bingham Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Samuel Rubin Foundation, the Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund, the H.W. Wilson Foundation, and other private foundations and individuals.
We are also indebted to the individuals who have assisted the editors in the preparation of this edition: Stephanie Zorn, Christine Haran, Sasha Dawson, and Alice Naughton.
This electronic edition consists of manuscript and published texts drawn from several sources. Targets that appear above each image identify the specific archive, private collection, or published source from which each document was drawn. Permission to publish documents included in this series has been granted to the Margaret Sanger Papers Project by the repositories or individuals that hold the original document and wherever applicable by the owners of the literary rights.
The editors are grateful to the following repositories for granting permission for use of documents from their collections: Yale University - Sterling Memorial Library; Library of Congress, Manuscripts Division; National Archives and Records Service; The Lilly Library; Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College; National Archives, NE Region; Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library; University of Rochester Library, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections; Mrs. Eileen Palmer; the Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College; State Historical Society of Wisconsin; Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine; British Library, Manuscript Collection; and the University of California at Los Angeles.
We are also indebted to the individuals and institutions who own the literary rights to documents used in this edition for granting us permission to publish them in this form. Special thanks must go to the family of Margaret Sanger for providing us with full access to Margaret Sanger's papers, for sharing their personal knowledge and reflections, and for their ongoing support and encouragement with particular thanks to Alexander C. Sanger, president of Planned Parenthood of New York City, whose door has always been open to us.
Note: Use of manuscripts in this electronic edition are governed by the same restrictions that apply to researchers consulting the original manuscripts. Authors may quote brief excerpts in their published work, subject to the provisions of the federal copyright law, but no item from this edition may be published in its entirety without the express permission of the manuscript holder and the owner of the literary rights. No portion of the introductory material or the Reference essays may be reproduced without permission of the editor.
Almost from the start, the editor has relied on the advice and guidance of the MSPP's distinguished advisory board: Ellen Chesler, Elizabeth Fee, Debra Bernhardt, Linda Gordon, Sarah Pritchard, James Reed, Allan Rosenfield, Alexander Sanger, the late Stuart Sanger, Jill Sheffield, Avabai B. Wadia, Faye Wattleton, Margaret Sanger Lampe, and most recently Gloria Feldt.
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