Planned Parenthood of San Antonio Papers, University of Texas at San Antonio Archives. Vertical File, Austin History Center (Maternal Health Clinic of Austin). Vertical File, Special Collections, Texas Woman's University Library (Katie Ripley). The Margaret Sanger Papers (mfm), Library of Congress. Planned Parenthood Federation of America Records, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts. Maria H. Anderson, Sixty Years of Choice 1936–1996: Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas (Houston: Planned Parenthood of Houston, 1997). Kristen Amber Contos, Modernizing Motherhood: How Adoption Homes and Birth Control Clinics Redefined Motherhood in North Texas (M.A. thesis, Southern Methodist University, 2005). Denise A. Hulett, Every Child a Wanted Child: The History of Planned Parenthood in Waco (M.A. thesis, Baylor University, 2000). John J. Leffler, "Every Child a Wanted Child:" The History of Planned Parenthood in Austin, 1937–1973 (Austin: Planned Parenthood of the Capital of Texas Region, 2003). Harold L. Smith, “‘All Good Things Start With the Women’: The Origin of the Texas Birth Control Movement, 1933–1945,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114 (January 2011).
- Health and Medicine
- Activism and Social Reform
- Central Texas
- San Antonio
- East Texas
- Upper Gulf Coast
- North Texas
- Dallas/Fort Worth Region
- Fort Worth
- Southwest Texas
- El Paso
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Harold L. Smith, “Birth Control Movement in Texas,” Handbook of Texas Online, accessed October 23, 2021, https://www.tshaonline.org/handbook/entries/birth-control-movement-in-texas.
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