Kinsey Institute Gets Archives
From the South Bend Tribune:
The Kinsey Institute at Indiana University says its library has been given the archives of pioneering sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson.
The collection includes letters, records, correspondence, research papers, media coverage and other materials chronicling Masters and Johnson’s groundbreaking work beginning in 1957 at Washington University in St. Louis and stretching into the 1990s.
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