The exhibit of the Third International Congress of Eugenics
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The exhibit of the Third International Congress of Eugenics

Eugenics Congress Announcement Number 2. The Exhibit Education Hall, American Museum of Natural History New York City, August 22 - September 22, 1932 [photo] Sit Francis Galton, Founder of the Science of Eugenics This picture, taken in 1893, showing Galton aged [illegible], is, with permission, reproduced from Pearson's "Life of Galton", vol II. "The term National Eugenics is here defined as the study of the agencies, under social control, that may improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations, either physically or mentally." Paragraph from Galton's will, [illegible]. Third International Congress of Eugenics Honorary Presidents, Leonard Darwin and Henry Fairfield Osborn President, Charles B. Davenport New York City, August 21-23, 1932

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