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Virginia Venable School grade book cover

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Vivian Dobb's (Carrie Buck's daughter) first grade record book, 1930-31. (DNAi location: Chronicle > Trial of Carrie Buck > Epilogue)
Keywords:
venable school,carrie buck,dobb,eugenics,sterilization,epilogue,dobbs,vivian
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