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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Case 4369. 
Fig. 6.—There were six children from this union. One died in 
infancy, four were feeble-minded, and one epileptic. Of the three now 
living the epileptic is a patient at The New Jersey State Village for 
Epileptics, one feeble-minded boy showed criminalistic tendencies and is an 
inmate of the State Home for Boys, the other feeble-minded boy is at 
the Children’s Industrial Home. The epileptic mother and the feeble­ 
minded father are in the county almshouse, supported by the town. The 
mother’s mother died in the State Hospital for the Insane; the mother’s 
father died in the Firemen’s Home. E, epileptic; F, feeble-minded; A, 
alcoholic; I, insane; N, normal; Ne, neurotic; b, born; d, died; P, 
paralytic. 
In nine fraternities in which both parents were feeble-minded, there were 
56 conceptions. Of these, 4 died before two years of age, 14 were too 
young for classification. Of the other 38 of whom something definite is 
known, 7 were epileptic, 29 feeble-minded, and 2 drunkards, who 
may or may not have been feeble-minded. (Fig. 7.) 
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