Copyright 1999. Esther Katz. All rights reserved.
Elliott, Dr. ( ? - ? )
Not identified. Sanger identifies a Dr. Elliott as the only person besides herself who had defied the Comstock law by disseminating birth control information. According to Sanger, Elliott, like William Sanger
, was entrapped by a Comstock
agent working undercover and prosecuted for mailing obscene material.
References: Margaret Sanger, "Birth Control In America," Freedom, June 5, 1915.
The Margaret Sanger Papers Electronic Edition: Margaret Sanger and The Woman Rebel, 1914-1916, eds. Esther Katz, Cathy Moran Hajo and Peter Engelman
(Columbia, S.C.: Model Editions Partnership, 1999). On the Web at http://mep.blackmesatech.com/mep/ [Accessed 27 October 2017]