Full text: papers communicated to the first International Eugenics Congress held at the University of London, July 24th to 30th, 1912

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Fig. 16.—This family has furnished a large number of the defectives in the 
county from which it comes. The many feeble-minded persons have married 
and had feeble-minded or epileptic offspring. They are probably related, by 
marriage at least, to Case 1334. The central mating is that of a woman of 
uncertain mentality, who died of cancer, (her mother suffered from chorea, her 
father is a worthless drunkard), married to a man who for many years was a 
hard drinker and then became an ardent member of the church. They had 
three children, the first an epileptic, the second died in infancy, the third is 
apparently normal. E, epileptic; F, feeble-minded; A, alcoholic; Ne, neurotic; 
I, insane; Sx, sexually immoral; N, normal; b, born; d, died; inf, infancy.EHo -6TTSb£i6Ln Weeks. Biology and Eugenics.
        

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