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Historical records, 1911-1984,

Author: New York Psychoanalytic Society.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Records include minutes of regular and special meetings of the membership, 1911-1946; drafts and final copies of constitution and bylaws, ca. 1925-1984; and correspondence, financial documents, meeting agendas and announcements, and membership lists of the Society's Presidents and Secretaries, 1919-1946. Presidents represented include Abraham A. Brill, Bertram Lewin, Adolph Stern, Leonard Blumgart, and Sara  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Blueprints
Named Person: A A Brill; Adolph Stern; Leonard Blumgart; Sara A Bonnett; Gregory Zilboorg; Karen Horney; Edward Glover; Wilhelm Reich; Bertram David Lewin; Cordell Hull
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: New York Psychoanalytic Society.
OCLC Number: 155493829
Description: 4.4 cubic ft.

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Records include minutes of regular and special meetings of the membership, 1911-1946; drafts and final copies of constitution and bylaws, ca. 1925-1984; and correspondence, financial documents, meeting agendas and announcements, and membership lists of the Society's Presidents and Secretaries, 1919-1946. Presidents represented include Abraham A. Brill, Bertram Lewin, Adolph Stern, Leonard Blumgart, and Sara Bonnett. Also, correspondence, minutes, reports, bills, blueprints, press releases, clippings, programs, and resolutions resulting from the funding and construction of the Society's building on East 82nd Street, 1939-1946; fund raising and public relations activities, 1931-1943; relationships with the International Psychoanalytic Association, 1912-1946, and the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1924-1946; the medical ethics case of Gregory Zilboorg, 1941-1942; and schisms, particularly those that concerned Karen Horney and Edward Glover, 1941-1944. Of note are Wilhelm Reich's refusal to attend a Society meeting due to his controversial position, 1941; and president Bertram Lewin's 1936 cable to Secretary of State Cordell Hull requesting U.S. intercession concerning Nazi confiscation of books published by the Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag.

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