G. von Hoffmann letter to H. Laughlin in praise of his goals on sterilization
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The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, D-5-4
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G. von Hoffmann letter to H. Laughlin in praise of his goals on sterilization

Oesterr, Ungar, General-Consulat Berlin Berlin, May 26th, 1914. H.H. Laughlin Esq. Superintendent Eugenics Record Office, Cold Spring Harbor. Dear Mr. Laughlin: I thank you sincerely for the transmission of your exhaustive and interesting reports. The far reaching proposal of sterilizing one tenth of the population impressed me very much. I wrote a review of report No.II. in the Archiv fuer Rassen - und Gessellschaftsbiologie and I shall take pleasure in[crossed out 's'] sending you a copy as soon as it appears. I also corresponded with the Deutsch-Oesterreichische Beratungsstelle fuer Volkswohlfahrt, Vienna, III. Lagergasse 1. On May 13th your postal package did not yet reach Vienna.

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