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Thu Oct 16 17:53:04 2014 UTClccn-n500323310.22Småbørn uden familie /0.581.00Anna Maenchen papers,14853316Dorothy_Burlinghamn 5003233167682Burlingham, D.Burlingham, Dorothy.Burlingham Dorothy 1891-1979Burlingham, Dorothy T.Burlingham, Dorothy Tiffany 1891-1979Tiffany, Dorothy 1891-1979Tiffany, Dorothy Trimble.Tiffany Dorothy Trimble 1891-1979Trimble Tiffany Dorothy.バーリングハム, Dlccn-n79056228Freud, Anna1895-1982nc-hampstead nurseriesHampstead Nurserieslccn-n80038092Hampstead Child-Therapy Cliniclccn-sh86001810Burlingame familylccn-sh96000681Tiffany familynp-burlingham, michael johnBurlingham, Michael Johnnp-freud, annaFreud, Annanp-salber, linde$1944Salber, Linde1944-edtlccn-n2008034796Foster Parents' Plan for War Childrenlccn-no2006071035Waals-Kirsberger, A. M. P. van derBurlingham, Dorothy T.Child psychologyHampstead NurseriesWorld War (1939-1945)ChildrenChild analysisPsychoanalysisHampstead Child-Therapy ClinicChild developmentFoster home careChild welfareChildren and warTwinsBurlingham, Dorothy TChild psychiatryBlind--PsychologyMother and childBurlingame familyTiffany familyChildren--Institutional careChild psychotherapy--Residential treatmentEngland--LondonNursery schoolsFreud, Anna,Child psychopathologyLoewenstein, Rudolph MauricePsychologyBonaparte, Marie,--Princess,Jones, Ernest,Katan, Anny,Aichhorn, August,New York Psychoanalytic InstituteKris, Marianne,Bibring, Grete L.--(Grete Lehner),Kris, Ernst,Eitingon, M.--(Max),Harley, MarjorieGeleerd, Elisabeth R.--(Elisabeth Rozetta),Psychoanalysis--Societies, etcEissler, K. R.--(Kurt Robert),Lampl-de Groot, JeanneKnight, Robert P.--(Robert Palmer),Eissler, Ruth Selke,Freud, Sigmund,EnglandNew York Psychoanalytic SocietyMead, Margaret,Parental deprivationBunzl, G. G.--(Gustav George),Children--Institutional care--Psychological aspectsKhan, M. Masud R18911979194219431944194519471948194919501952195419551962196419651966196719681970197119721973197419751976197719791980198219841987198919922007477778264940.53161HQ784.W3ocn468441406ocn468441275100527ocn000502571book19430.56Freud, AnnaWar and children8187ocn000204231book19730.59Freud, AnnaThe writings of Anna Freud+-+90231187355083ocn014551424book19440.63Burlingham, Dorothy TInfants without families; the case for and against residential nurseries, by Anna Freud and Dorothy Burlingham50812ocn000583933book19470.59Freud, AnnaInfants without families. Reports on the Hampstead Nurseries, 1939-19453588ocn000428488book19720.77Burlingham, Dorothy TPsychoanalytic studies of the sighted and the blind25538ocn000818209book19430.59Freud, AnnaInfants without families; the case for and against residential nurseries2389ocn014681928book19520.74Burlingham, Dorothy TTwins; a study of three pairs of identical twins. With 30 charts13711ocn004285034book19520.59Burlingham, Dorothy TTwins; a study of three pairs of identical twins887ocn064521783book19710.33Freud, AnnaHeimatlose Kinder : zur Anwendung psychoanalytischen Wissens auf die Kindererziehung+-+5968271408324794ocn000753818book19440.66Burlingham, Dorothy TInfants without families; the case for and against residential nurseries, by Dorothy Burlingham and Anna Freud6412ocn005242311book19420.86Burlingham, Dorothy TYoung children in war-time; a year's work in a residential war nursery575ocn301227661book19490.70Burlingham, Dorothy TEnfants sans famille544ocn310707596book19800.37Burlingham, Dorothy TLabyrinth Kindheit : Beiträge zur Psychoanalyse des Kindes3710ocn017855246book19490.53Burlingham, Dorothy TKriegskinder; Jahresbericht des Kriegskinderheims Hampstead Nurseries347ocn247788197book19500.50Burlingham, Dorothy TAnstaltskinder3013ocn019732704book19640.35Burlingham, Dorothy TNiños sin familia112ocn611971556book19800.47Freud, AnnaDie Schriften der Anna Freud+-+7763171408324106ocn464309333book19650.22Freud, AnnaSmåbørn uden familie92ocn063510977book19490.47Burlingham, Dorothy TKinderen zonder eigen thuis : over de voor- en nadeelen van Kinderhuizen95ocn503247720book19450.47Freud, AnnaLa guerra y los niños3132ocn018907780book19890.23Burlingham, Michael JohnThe last Tiffany : a biography of Dorothy Tiffany BurlinghamSouthern blacks who were young and involved in the civil rights movement during the 1950s and 1960s describe their experiences. In this collection of oral histories, 30 African Americans who were children or teenagers in the 1950s and 1960s talk about what it was like for them in the South251ocn049415876book19890.88Burlingham, Michael JohnBehind glass : a biography of Dorothy Tiffany Burlingham+-+556560540611ocn070981079mix1.00Blos, PeterPeter Blos papersHistorical account of the Hietzing School founded by Dorothy T. Burlingham, Anna Freud, and Eva Marie Rosenfeld in Wattmangasse, Vienna, Austria, in 1927, at which Blos and Erik H. Erikson taught until its closing in 1932; two issues of the school's Christmas literary and art publication; teaching materials prepared by Blos and Erikson; and a photograph and memorial from a reunion of former students and teachers in London, England, in 197211ocn031816437mix1.00Freud, AnnaRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence; diaries; mss. of books, interviews, articles, essays, forewards, and other writings; speeches and lectures; financial records, reports, subject files, and a small number of patient case files from the Hampstead Child-Therapy Clinic; biographical materials; and other papers, relating primarily to Freud's career as a psychoanalyst, especially in the field of child analysis. Includes drafts of her book, Normality and pathology in childhood (1965). Correspondents include August Aichhorn, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Grete L. Bibring, Princess Marie Bonaparte, G.G. Bunzl, Dorothy Burlingham, Helene Deutsch, K.R. and Ruth Eissler, Max Eitingon, Ernst L. Freud, Elisabeth Geleerd, Joseph Goldstein, Heinz and Dora Karplus Hartmann, J.C. Hill, Wilhelm Hoffer, Edith B. Jackson, Ernest Jones, Anny Katan, Masud R. Khan, Ernst and Marianne Kris, Jeanne Lampl-de Groot, Maurice Loewenstein, Charles L. Mandelstam, Jeffrey M. Masson, Humberto Nagera, Lottie M. Newman, Herman Nunberg, Mark Paterson, James Robertson, Joseph Sandler, Max Schur, Ruth Thomas, and Robert Waelder11ocn070984507mix1.00Maenchen, AnnaAnna Maenchen papersRecords and correspondenceChiefly letters from Anna Freud to Maenchen concerning child analysis. Also includes letters from August Aichhorn, Dorothy T. Burlingham, Margit Freud, and Jeanne Lampl-de Groot; an organizational plan and circular letter from the Wiener Psychoanalytische Vereinigung; and a partial draft of a speech written by Maenchen in 1974 titled, "Some thoughts on the psychoanalyst today."11ocn071073297mix1.00Sweetser, ArthurPapers of Arthur SweetserBiographyRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, radio broadcast transcript, and obituaries chiefly concerning Sweetser's interest in psychoanalysis and his efforts to secure funding for the psychoanalytic movement from the Rockefeller Foundation. Correspondence, 1926-1938, with psychoanalysts Dorothy T. Burlingham, M. Eitingon, Sándor Ferenczi, Theodor Reik, and Alfred Kaufman Stern and with Rockefeller Foundation board member Raymond Blaine Fosdick assesses the state of psychoanalysis in the U.S. and Europe and relates the Sweetser family's personal experience with psychoanalysis11ocn221194420book19670.66Freud, AnnaResearch at the Hampstead Child-Therapy Clinic and other papers, 1956-196511ocn031605196mix1.00Geleerd, Elisabeth RRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, memoranda, mss. of articles and speeches, reports, lecture notes, patient case files, financial and legal papers, photographs, and other papers, relating chiefly to Geleerd's psychoanalytic practice in New York, N.Y.; her involvement in the American Psychoanalytic Association, the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, and the New York Psychoanalytic Society, especially in the areas of child analysis and of educational and professional standards for analysts; and her writings on various psychological topics. Includes a small amount of material relating to Geleerd's work at the Menninger Clinic and Southard School, Topeka, Kansas. Correspondents include Princess Marie Bonaparte, Dorothy T. Burlingham, Anna Freud, Marjorie Harley, Otto Isakower, Ernest Jones, Robert P. Knight, Margaret Mead, Karl Menninger, William C. Menninger, and Geleerd's husband, psychoanalyst Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein11ocn070982870mix1.00Geleerd, Elisabeth RElisabeth R. Geleerd papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Princess Marie Bonaparte, Dorothy T. Burlingham, Anna Freud, Marjorie Harley, Otto Isakower, Ernest Jones, Robert P. Knight, Margaret Mead, Karl Menninger, William C. Menninger, and Geleerd's husband, psychoanalyst, Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein11ocn070982551file1.00Freud, AnnaAnna Freud papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include August Aichhorn, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Grete L. Bibring, Princess Marie Bonaparte, G.G. Bunzl, Dorothy T. Burlingham, Helene Deutsch, K.R. Eissler, Ruth Selke Eissler, M. Eitingon, Ernst L. Freud, Elisabeth Geleerd, Joseph Goldstein, Dora Hartmann, Heinz Hartmann, John C. Hill, Willi Hoffer, Edith Banfield Jackson, Ernest Jones, Anny Katan, M. Masud R. Khan, Ernst Kris, Marianne Kris, Jeanne Lampl-de Groot, Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein, Charles L. Mandelstam, J. Moussaieff Masson, Humberto Nagera, Lottie M. Newman, Herman Nunberg, Mark Paterson, James Robertson, Joseph Sandler, Max Schur, Ruth Thomas, and Robert Waelder11ocn070982648mix1.00Bornstein, BertaBerta Bornstein papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondents include Edward Bibring, Grete L. Bibring, Peter Blos, Joseph Bornstein, Sylvia Brody, Dorothy T. Burlingham, K.R. Eissler, Ruth Selke Eissler, Otto Fenichel, Anna Freud, Muriel Gardiner, Elisabeth R. Geleerd, Sidney L. Green, Marjorie Harley, Willi Hoffer, Charlotte Honig, Edwin Honig, Anny Katan, Maurits Katan, Robert P. Knight, Heinz Kohut, Ernst Kris, Marianne Kris, Lawrence S. Kubie, Rudolph Maurice Loewenstein, Margaret S. Mahler, Gerald H.J. Pearson, Samuel Ritvo, Milton J.E. Senn, Albert J. Solnit, René A. Spitz, Robert Waelder, Annemarie P. Weil, and Bernard Weinard; and the American Orthopsychiatric Association, Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Group for Applied Freudian Psychology, Institute of the Philadelphia Association for Psychoanalysis, New York State Psychological Association, and Washington Psychoanalytic Institute+-+5968271408324+-+5968271408324Thu Oct 16 15:04:16 EDT 2014batch22085