Few people now realize that Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Laurel Hollow, NY was once the 'seat of eugenics in America' and its Wikipedia page gives its date of establishment as 1890 which times the budding of the endeavor near the *Great Conjunction/s of Neptune and Pluto in early Gemini. In more recent decades it has been an award-winning research facility in genetics, cancer research, etc, though some people may claim that 'genetics' is eugenics lurking under another name.
The following video concerns a tour that Doug and Melissa of Truthstream Media enjoyed in August 2015 which means that you and I have probably missed the sale of this secretive property:
Of course, eugenics relates to Nazi Germany and the white man's superiority complex so for more information see Who Would Really Want to Live in the Eugenics Record Office?.
*As you know, the current cycle of Neptune-Pluto began with their precise meetings on August 2, 1891, November 5, 1891, and April 30, 1892 at 8Gem38, 8Gem19, and 7Gem42, respectively. These degrees activated America's natal Uranus (8Gem55), quirky planet of novelty and progress. This trio created a midpoint picture: Neptune-Pluto = Uranus: flair for the unusual, adventurous, mystical, and supernatural; hyper-sensitive nerves...and, most tellingly--peculiar discoveries (Ebertin). The pair's cycle is approximately 492 years long so we're only 126 years into it and good-to-go.
Michael Munkasey gives the pair when activated by Uranus (a permanent condition for America) as exhibiting potentials for: unusual means to escape from or change reality; additions to impersonal attitudes about any destructive or antisocial activities; going to extremes with drugs.
For the Neptune-Pluto pair itself, Munkasey adds psychiatry, mass medical care, organized crime, pollution control (what they probably thought eugenics would achieve), and breakdowns in health.
And for a bit concerning the more modern-day influence of Neptune-Pluto in transit see Karma: the Neptune-Pluto Septile.
Recommended: The Combination of Stellar Influences, Reinhold Ebertin; Midpoints: Unleashing the Power of the Planets, Michael Munkasey.