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Papers, 1880-1988

Author: Anna Freud
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence; 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,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Essays
Speeches
Correspondence
Named Person: August Aichhorn; Lou Andreas-Salomé; Grete L Bibring; Marie Bonaparte, Princess; G G Bunzl; Dorothy T Burlingham; Helene Deutsch; K R Eissler; Ruth Selke Eissler; M Eitingon; Ernst L Freud; Elisabeth R Geleerd; Joseph Goldstein; Heinz Hartmann; Dora Hartmann; John C Hill; Wilhelm Hoffer; Edith Banfield Jackson; Anny Katan; Ernest Jones; 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
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Anna Freud
OCLC Number: 31816437
Language Note: In English and German.
Description: 67.6 linear ft.

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Correspondence; 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 Waelder.

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