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Le Mon Clark Collection

The collection of Le Mon Clark (1897-?), gynecologist, professor, sex researcher, and ordained Unitarian minister, consists of 36 archival folders and 85 packets of note cards (2.5 ft.) of professional correspondence (1957-1975), articles, clippings and publications (1928-1980), materials and conference proceedings from the North American Conference on Church and Family (1960-1961), research notes and manuscripts (1931-1971), and lecture notes (1952-1959). The collection includes clippings, correspondence and statements regarding a controversial lecture given in 1962 by Albert Ellis at the University of Arkansas, Lafayette, where Clark was a lecturer.

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