Please,..I don't want to leave them

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M333 Box 1 Please I dont want to leave them VA Planned Parenthood.jpg

Title

Please,..I don't want to leave them

Description

Pamphlet describing the work of the Virginia League for Planned Parenthood.
Cover art by Corporal Percy Lee.

This Mother is Dying Because She Wasn't Well Enough to Have Her Last Baby

Perhaps she was already exhausted from too frequent or coplicated pregnancies. Perhaps she had developed tuberculosis, anemia, heart or kidney diseses which made it dangerous for her to have more children, yet, as in so many cases, no advice was given.

Though all she asked was to be able to care for her living children and hold her home together, her life is forfeited. Planned Parenthood measures, under medical direction, can reduce our high maternal and infant death rates, ensure better health for the mother and child, and bring better living conditions for the family.

Planned Parenthood can also reduce the number of transmissable and hereditary diseases in the next generation.

We Need Your Contribution to Help End the Waste in Human and Material Resources Resulting from Unplanned Parenthood.

The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, Inc., Richmond, Virginia

Creator

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, Inc.

Source

M 333, Box 1, Virginia League for Planned Parenthood Records, 1935-2004, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries

Date

c. 1940-1944

Contributor

Special Collections and Archives, James Branch Cabell Library, VCU Libraries

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Notes

Learn more:
Birth Control Wins, Social Welfare History Project

Citation

Virginia League for Planned Parenthood, Inc., “Please,..I don't want to leave them,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed December 13, 2017, http://images.socialwelfare.library.vcu.edu/items/show/45.