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Albert Ellis Collection

The collection of Albert Ellis, Ph.D. (1913- ), American sex researcher and psychologist who developed Rational-Emotive Psychotherapy, consists of fourteen archival folders of journal and magazine article offprints (1947-1972), which comprise the bulk of the collection, and professional correspondence (1958), biographical and personal information, and references regarding public appearances made by Ellis.

See also the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex Collection, as Ellis was President of this professional organization in the 1960s; and the Le Mon Clark Collection (Series II, C, Folder 11) for materials regarding a controversial lecture given by Ellis in 1962 at the University of Arkansas.

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