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Photographs of Alfred C. Kinsey and the staff of the Institute for Sex Research. Photographs taken by staff member William Dellenback (1917-2000).

These photographs may not be reproduced without permission from The Kinsey Institute. For permission or more information please contact Curator Catherine Johnson-Roehr.

All published photographs must include the following credit line: photograph by William Dellenback. Courtesy of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction.

KI-HI: 1077. Formal portrait of Alfred Kinsey. Date unknown.
KI-HI: 1062. Alfred Kinsey taking the sexual history of a woman wearing a polka-dot dress. (The interview was staged for the photograph using staff member Jean Brown). June 1953.
KI-HI: 1061. Alfred Kinsey taking the sexual history of a woman wearing a polka-dot dress. (The interview was staged for the photograph using staff member Jean Brown). June 1953.
IBM punch card and paper copy of sex history.
KI-HI: 1084. Alfred Kinsey seated on desk laughing. Date unknown.
Alfred Kinsey with journalist Albert Deutsch. Sept. 30, 1952.
KI-HI: 1085. Alfred Kinsey seated at desk with manuscript for the female volume. 1952.
KI-HI: 1088. Alfred Kinsey, wearing a white short-sleeve shirt, sitting at his desk editing manuscript. Date unknown.
KI-HI: 1095. Alfred Kinsey seated in staff meeting. .April 1955.
KI-HI: 13046. Clyde Martin, Paul Gebhard, Alfred Kinsey and Wardell Pomeroy around the filing cabinets that contain the sexual histories. Date unknown.
KI-HI: 13014. Clyde Martin and Paul Gebhard examine statistics.Date unknown.
KI-HI: 13016. Jean Brown, Dorothy Collins, Cornelia Christenson, and Paul Gebhard working on the index for the female volume. Date unknown.
KI-HI: 13034. Wardell Pomeroy, Cornelia Christenson, Alfred Kinsey, and Paul Gebhard reviewing manuscript for Sexual Behavior in the Human Female and drinking Coca-Cola. 1953.
KI-HI: 10037. Alfred Kinsey examines Moche pottery during his trip to Peru wtih Paul Gebhard and William Dellenback. 1954.
Wardell Pomeroy simulating interview with Institute staff member Jean Brown.

KI-HI: 156. Clara Kinsey instructing a Girl Scout troop.

 

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