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John Money Collection

Photo of John Money by Jose Villarrubia
Photo by Jose Villarrubia.

John William Money, Ph.D. (1921-2006), sex researcher, pediatric psycho-endocrinologist and co-founder of the Gender Identity Clinic at Johns Hopkins, defined the concepts of gender role and identity.

The Money collection includes:

  • professional correspondence (1950-2004)
  • lectures, presentations, and audiovisual materials (1960s-2004)
  • articles and clippings (1973-2000), including thousands of reprints and pamphlets on a broad range of sex education and research topics.
  • scientific journals and erotic magazines (1940s-2000)
  • a complete holding of his manuscripts and publications.
  • scientific, erotic and pornographic journals and magazines (1949-1985)
  • conference programs and papers, photo albums, and information, and materials relating to sex research organizations and conferences.

Remembering John Money (3 videos)

Part I: Personal Connections

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Part II: Life's Work

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Part III: Tributes

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