Famous People Who Died on August 25
Anthropologist, Educator, Biologist, Zoologist, Academic Author, Journalist / 1894 - 1956
Biologist Alfred Kinsey wrote Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, which was based on research he and his colleagues conducted at the Institute for Sex Research.
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