Charles Fremont Dight Papers.
Correspondence, photographs, lecture notes, essays, manuscripts of articles, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, radio scripts, editorials, pamphlets, flyers, bills, minutes, and printed matter related to the life and career of a Minneapolis medical professor, socialist politician, and leader of the eugenics movement in Minnesota. Of particular interest for this topic are his writings on eugenics and materials about his leadership in the Minnesota movement to pass legislation regarding eugenic sterilization. Included in this collection is Dight’s 1933 letter to Hitler.
MNHS call number: Digital Finding Aid
Faribault State School and Hospital
Minnesota Department of Public Welfare
Call for a New Social Order: Some Activities of Charles Fremont Dight, by Charles Fremont Dight.
Minneapolis: [s.n], 1936.
MNHS call number: H 35 .D5
History of the Early Stages of the Organized Eugenics Movement for Human Betterment in Minnesota, by Charles F. Dight.
Minneapolis: Minnesota Eugenics Society, 1935.
MNHS call number: HQ 750 .A2 D57
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