Havelock Ellis (1859-1939) was a physician, anthropologist, novelist, and author of numerous theoretical works on human sexuality.
His writings dealt with psychological, anthropological, and biological aspects of sexuality. The collection consists of the
original typescript of
Sex and Marriage with proofs and books by other authors with Ellis marginalia, or sections written by Ellis.
Born February 2, 1859 in Surrey, England; died July 8, 1939, in Hintlesham, England; physician, anthropologist, novelist,
and author of numerous theoretical works on human sexuality; best known as the author of The Psychology of Sex; writings dealt with psychological, anthropological, and biological aspects of sexuality; published a novel in 1922.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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