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How-Martyn discusses Sanger's plans to travel to Europe and a meeting with Hung-Chung Chang about efforts in China.

How-Martyn discusses Sanger's admirers in Europe, contributing content to the "New Generation," books written by Kan Majima and Janet Chance, visits from German and Danish activist, and Sanger's plans for travel in 1932.

How-Martyn writes about her experiences in Beirut

How-Martyn, writing from New York, discusses meetings with Dr. Mukerji and his usefulness for a planned Indian conference.

On her way back to England from Bombay, How-Martyn discusses the birth control bill in US Congress, doctors and journalists she met in Bombay, as well as future plans.

How-Martyn describes the need for international birth control work in light of the tenth anniversary of working with Margaret Sanger, and reactions to birth control in England.

How-Martyn writes Sanger an update on the meetings she attended while in Bombay.

How-Martyn discusses her impending arrival to Port Said, and outlines the duration of the trip.

How-Martyn writes about her plans to visit Syria, Palestine and Egypt, as well as future plans for international work.

How-Martyn updates Sanger on possible meetings with India in London as well as interest from China.

How-Martyn describes her trip to India, a discussion with Mohandas Gandhi on the topic of birth control, possible future meetings in India, women doctors, and the state of birth control clinics.

How-Martyn describes her experiences promoting birth control while aboard the S. S. Mantua en route to India.

How-Martyn writes about her trip to Egypt, meeting an Egyptian doctor at the Child Welfare clinic in Cairo who will act as a correspondent in Egypt, and attending the Egyptian Medical Conference in Luxor.

During her trip to Spain, How-Martyn describes talking to locals about birth control, and a greater need to expand efforts in Asia and Africa.

Edith How-Martyn was a British feminist, suffragette and birth control advocate who became director of the Birth Control International Information Centre.

How-Martyn reports on her birth control travels in Palestine and Syria, her efforts to start birth control services there and how the French and British colonial governments affected her work. Also discusses the relations between Jews, Christians…

The Birth Control International Information Centre was founded by Margaret Sanger and Edith How-Martyn in 1930, to gather information on birth control activities around the world, foster the establishment of leagues and clinics, and sponsor tours and…

A newsletter documenting the formation of the BCIIC London Centre, birth control in South Africa, China, India, as well as Margaret Sanger's tour of Asia and to birth control opposition in the Philippines.
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