Twelve pamphlets pertaining to Women's health and reproduction issues targeting married or soon to be married, educated white women. Well written and illustrated - focucing on the language of science, while attempting to stay away from the religious aspects of reproduction - these pamphlets were some of the first educational guides available after the Supreme Court gave married couples the right to use birth control in 1965.
Housed in manila envelope with label: John A Dunn Jr. Special Asst. to the President, Ballou Hall (Tufts).
A Doctor's Marital Guide for Patients by Bernard R. Greenblat, M.D., 1967 - second copy with illustrated folding poster: Coital Posture Diagrams Supplement
Pregnancy in anatomical illustrations - presented by CARNATION COMPANY
Planning your Family - Ovulen tablets. G.D. Searle & Co. 1968
What you should know about Birth Control Pills. Dell Publishing 1964
To Plan for a Lifetime Plan with your Doctor. Mead Johnson & Co. 1966
A woman's guide to the methods of postponing or preventing pregnancy. Ortho Pharmaceutical Company
The Secret of Feeling Attractive. The S.E. Massengill Company
Planning Your Family - Enovid E.tablets. G.D. Searle & Co. 1965
So Close to Nature - Oracon oral contraceptive. Mead Johnson & Co. 1966
After Hysterectomy WHAT? by Lindsay R. Curtin, M.D., 1966. Prescription for Menest Tablets
A Doctor Discusses Menopause by G. Lombard Kelly, M.D., 1967
All pamphlets in Fine to Near fine condition. Item #2216