Horace Gray Papers (1902-1965)
Abstract | This collection contains materials related to the life and work of Horace Gray, a medical doctor, professor, and Jungian scholar who is best known for his work on the Gray-Wheelwright Jungian Type Survey and for translating many of Jung’s works. This collection documents Gray’s diverse research interests – from smoking and addiction to psychological types and marriage – and contains an extensive collection of test questionnaires and forms. Materials include research files, manuscripts, translations, testing materials, illustrations, clippings, photographs, and correspondence. While inclusive dates range from 1902-1965, the bulk of materials date from the early 1930s to mid-1960s.
Physical holdings | 5 cartons, 2 document boxes (7 linear feet)
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