Lena K. Sadler, MD (née Kellogg) (1875-1939) was an American physician, surgeon, and obstetrician who was a leader in women's health issues. She was one of the founders of the American Medical Women's Association. She authored How to Feed the Baby, and co-authored a number of books, notably, How to Reduce and How to Gain and The Mother and Her Child. Dr. Sadler also contributed numerous health articles to the leading magazines. William S. Sadler, MD, FAPA (1875-1969) was a wellknown American psychiatrist and college teacher in the school of medicine at the University of Chicago. He was a Fellow of the American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association and a Founder Member of the Gorgas Memorial Institute in Tropical and Preventive Medicine. For over sixty years he practiced his profession in Chicago, thirty-three years being associated in practice with his wife, Lena Sadler, MD. They were involved in the origin of The Urantia Book, a spiritual and philosophical book that discusses God, science, religion, history, philosophy, and destiny.