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Harry Benjamin Collection

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The collection of Harry Benjamin (1885-1986), endocrinologist, sex researcher, and one of the first "gerontotherapists" whose work focused on transsexualism is comprised of 1400 archival folders and 9 additional boxes (30 linear ft. total) of personal and professional correspondence (1922-1986) with the majority of the letters dated from 1960-1978, manuscript drafts, Benjamin's diaries/daily planners (1913-1982), lectures (1956-1974), organizations' materials and correspondence (S.S.S.S, Erickson Foundation), articles, clippings, photographs, portraits, and other objects, including 26 boxes of slides and 30 cassette tapes.

See also Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA).

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