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

This opportunity must also be taken for expressing the 
thanks of the Organising Committee to the many societies 
and the many individuals who have given much valuable 
assistance. First to be mentioned must be the Senate of 
the University of London for having generously granted 
the free use of halls and rooms. Without such an admirable 
meeting place in view, the organisation of the Congress on 
its actual scale would have presented insuperable difficulties. 
The Organising Committee wishes to take this oppor¬ 
tunity of expressing its deep sense of gratitude to all those 
who have so kindly helped in the preparation of this volume, 
by translating the papers from the original languages in 
which they were communicated, and various other ways, 
especial thanks are due to Mr. Balzarotti, Miss James, 
Professor J. A. Lindsay, Mr. H. Rand, Miss Kate Smith, 
Dr. Edgar Schuster, Mr. C. Stock, Dr. Douglas White and 
Mr. Dixon Kingham. I would also add my personal thanks 
to many voluntary workers and to the members of the office 
staff, who have all worked so loyally during a period of great 
strain. 
Sybil Gotto, 
Hon. Secretary.
        

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