The Birth Control Outlook: A National Magazine

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Title

The Birth Control Outlook: A National Magazine

Subject

Advertising--Medicine
Birth control
Birth control--Attitudes
Birth control--Periodicals
Birth control--Population Control
Contraceptives
Contraceptives--Marketing
Obscenity (Law)--United States
Reproductive rights

Description

This magazine consists of controversial advertising, letters to the editor, and other articles on the subject of birth control in the 1930s. The medical ads included in file images depict material considered "obscene" by laws at that time.

Creator

Woman's Activities

Date

1934-03

Language

English

Type

Text

Coverage

1930s

Rights

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Source

Container 198.7, Morris Leopold Ernst Papers, 1904-2000, Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin.

Contributor

Josephine Lewis Skeehan

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Original Format

Paper

Citation

Woman's Activities, “The Birth Control Outlook: A National Magazine,” Community Narratives: Uncovering Hidden Perspectives, accessed October 18, 2021, https://givingvoicetohiddenhistories.omeka.net/items/show/129.

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