Papers, 1934-1976.

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Price, Bronson, 1905-1978. Papers, 1934-1976.

Papers, 1934-1976.

This collection includes correspondence and an extensive bibliographic card file used by Price in his genetics studies, post-1940, on twins. There is correspondence relating to genetics, eugenics (he co-authored an article on sterilization laws in 1940), and human genetics (including the American Society of Human Genetics). The most extensive correspondence is with H. J. Muller, including Muller's organizational work on the Foundation for Germinal Choice.

ca. 800 items ; ca. 7000 cards.

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