VII. Personal and Biographical Records, 1916-1959, undated., 1916-1959,
Scope and Contents
Consists Stone's personal correspondence, notes, writings, and photographs. Contains press clippings, sympathy cards and correspondence addressed to Abraham Stone following Hannah's death in 1941 and financial statements and donor lists from the Hannah M. Stone Memorial Fund dated 1945 to 1946. Also includes correspondence, reports, and notes regarding the creation of the Hannah M. Stone Planned Parenthood Center, established in her memory in 1945 as a maternal health facility.
1.16 cubic feet in two record cartons.
Conditions Governing Access
Series VII contains personnel and patient information that is restricted for 80 years. The end of the restriction period is noted with each folder.
Extent13.5 cubic feet (12 record cartons, 1 half record carton, 2 legal document boxes, 1 photograph box)
Divided into five subseries: A. Stone Family Correspondence and Records; B. Personal Lantern Slides; C. Hannah Stone Writings and Lectures; D. Hannah Stone Death and Remembrance Correspondence and Records; and E. Margaret Sanger Personal Records.
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