Kinsey, Alfred C. (Alfred Charles), 1894-1956 Search this
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Scope and Contents:
A scrapbook compiled by Dorothy Edinger containing: letters from biologist Dr. Alfred C. Kinsey thanking Edinger for her participation in a research survey; annotated photographs of Edinger, her family, murals and portraits, some taken by Peter A. Juley and Son; a watercolor sketch of a floral study by Edinger; and newspaper clippings.
Biographical / Historical:
Dorothy Edinger (1896-1970) was a painter and photographer's model in New York, San Francisco, Calif. and Paris, France. Edinger was married to the Vicount Devaulchier and was known as the Vicountesse Devaulchier.
Donated 2010 by art historian and scholar D. Frederick Baker, Baker-Pisano Collection.
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Front row (left to right): Cornelia V. Christenson; Mrs. Leser; Clyde E. Martin. Arranged on steps (left to right): Mrs. Brown; Paul H. Gebhard; William Dellenback; Alfred E. Kinsey; Wardell B. Pomeroy; Dr. Davis; Eleanor Roehr; Dorothy Collins