The editor-in-chief of the Indiana Daily Student, Marjorie Jean Smith, reviewing the newly released Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. This photo originally appeared in the 1948 Arbutus, the IU yearbook. (Photo courtesy of Marjorie Jean Smith Blewett; Indiana University Archives P0041206 .)
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