Dr. James B. Herrick and Dr. Stuart McGuire at a California Medical Association session, Los Angeles, 1927
- Dr. James B. Herrick and Dr. Stuart McGuire at a California Medical Association session, Los Angeles, 1927
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- April 27, 1927
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Dr. James B. Herrick (left) and Dr. Stuart McGuire at a California Medical Association conference at the Biltmore Hotel where they were key presenters.
Reported in "Too much told, physician says: tells medical convention sex talk...," Los Angles Times, 27 Apr. 1927.
James B. Herrick was famous for discovering sickle-cell disease and talked about how doctors should not stretch themselves too thin keeping up with modern medicine discoveries. Dr. Stuart McGuire gave a presentation on how sex education should not be taught in school and that it ruins the morals of young girls.
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Congresses and conventions--California--Los Angeles
McGuire, Stuart, 1867-1948
Herrick, James B., (James Bryan), 1861-1954
Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles
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