Francis Darwin in Francis Galton (the Galton Lecture) as found in The Eugenics Review, 1914:
But it is time to speak of Galton as a eugenist–on which if we look to the distant future his fame will reset. For no one can doubt that the science of eugenics must become a great and beneficent force in the evolution of man. We must be persistent in urging its value, but we must also be patient. We should remember how young is the subject.