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Sigmund Freud papers, circa 6th century B.C.-1998

Author: Sigmund Freud
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : German
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Correspondence, holograph and typewritten manuscripts by Freud and others, patient case files, interviews, notebooks, family papers, genealogical data, legal documents, estate records, exhibit material, photographs and drawings, and other papers documenting Freud's founding of psychoanalysis including the birth and maturation of psychoanalytic theory, the refinement of its clinical technique, and the proliferation
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Karl Abraham; Alfred Adler; Franz Alexander; Lou Andreas-Salomé; Anna Freud Bernays; Ludwig Binswanger; Marie Bonaparte, Princess; Josef Breuer; A A Brill; Ruth Mack Brunswick; J M Charcot; Felix Deutsch; Emma Eckstein; Albert Einstein; K R Eissler; M Eitingon; Sándor Ferenczi; Wilhelm Fliess; Emil Fluss; Amalia Freud; Anna Freud; Anna Freud; Ernst L Freud; Ernestine Drucker Freud; Harry Freud; Martha Freud; Martin Freud; Oliver Freud; Oliver Freud; Angelika Frink; Max Graf; Judith Bernays Heller; Eduard Hitschmann; Eduard Hitschmann; Mathilde Freud Hollitscher; Edith Banfield Jackson; Ludwig Jekels; Ernest Jones; C G Jung; Carl Koller; René Laforgue; Jeanne Lampl-de Groot; Thomas Mann; Sergius Pankejeff; Sergius Pankejeff; Oskar Pfister; Oskar Pfister; Otto Rank; Theodor Reik; Theodor Reik; Joan Riviere; Joan Riviere; Hanns Sachs; Philipp Sarasin; Max Schur; Eduard Silberstein; Ernst Simmel; Wilhelm Stekel; Hermann Swoboda; Edoardo Weiss; Edoardo Weiss; Arnold Zweig; Bernays family; Freud family.; Freud family; Karl Abraham; Alfred Adler; Franz Alexander; Lou Andreas-Salomé; Anna Freud Bernays; Bernays family.; Ludwig Binswanger; Marie Bonaparte, Princess; Josef Breuer; A A Brill; Ruth Mack Brunswick; J M Charcot; Felix Deutsch; Emma Eckstein; Albert Einstein; K R Eissler; M Eitingon; Sándor Ferenczi; Wilhelm Fliess; Emil Fluss; Amalia Freud; Anna Freud; Ernestine Drucker Freud; Ernst L Freud; Freud family.; Harry Freud; Martha Freud; Martin Freud; Oliver Freud; Angelika Frink; Max Graf; Judith Bernays Heller; Eduard Hitschmann; Mathilde Freud Hollitscher; Edith Banfield Jackson; Ludwig Jekels; Ernest Jones; C G Jung; Carl Koller; René Laforgue; Jeanne Lampl-de Groot; Thomas Mann; Sergius Pankejeff; Oskar Pfister; Otto Rank; Theodor Reik; Joan Riviere; Hanns Sachs; Philipp Sarasin; Max Schur; Eduard Silberstein; Ernst Simmel; Wilhelm Stekel; Hermann Swoboda; Edoardo Weiss; Arnold Zweig
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sigmund Freud
OCLC Number: 70981682
Language Note: Collection material in German, English, and French.
Notes: Includes circa 300 interviews conducted by K. R. Eissler with Freud's associates, patients and family including Franz Alexander, Anna Freud Bernays, Ludwig Binswanger, Felix Deutsch, Anna Freud, Ernestine Drucker Freud, Harry Freud, Oliver Freud, Max Graf, Judith Bernays Heller, Eduard Hitschmann, Edith Banfield Jackson, Ludwig Jekels, Sergius Pankejeff, Oskar Pfister, Theodor Reik, Joan Riviere, Philipp Sarasin, Hermann Swoboda, and Edoardo Weiss.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm produced from originals in the Manuscript Division. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1957-1996.
Description: 48,600 items. 138 containers plus 20 oversize and 3 vault containers. 23 microfilm reels. 70 linear feet.
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Correspondence, holograph and typewritten manuscripts by Freud and others, patient case files, interviews, notebooks, family papers, genealogical data, legal documents, estate records, exhibit material, photographs and drawings, and other papers documenting Freud's founding of psychoanalysis including the birth and maturation of psychoanalytic theory, the refinement of its clinical technique, and the proliferation of its adherents and critics. Features Freud's early medical and clinical training, his relationship with family, friends, colleagues, students, and patients, his association with early psychoanalytic societies, his perspectives on analytical training, and his numerous writings. Artifacts in the collection consist of Freud's pocket watch which he gave to his personal physician Max Schur and a small Greek statue which Freud kept on his desk and later gave to Angelika Frink.

Freud and Bernays family correspondents include Sigmund Freud's mother Amalia Freud, his wife Martha, their children Anna, Ernst L., Martin, Oliver, Mathilde Freud Hollitscher, and Sophie Freud Halberstadt, and Sigmund's sister-in-law Minnie Bernays. Other correspondents include Karl Abraham, Alfred Adler, Franz Alexander, Lou Andreas-Salomé, Princess Marie Bonaparte, Josef Breuer, A. A. Brill, Ruth Mack Brunswick, J. M. Charcot, Emma Eckstein, Albert Einstein, M. Eitingon, Sándor Ferenczi, Wilhelm Fliess, Emil Fluss, Eduard Hitschmann, Ernest Jones, C. G. Jung, Carl Koller, René Laforgue, Jeanne Lampl-de Groot, Thomas Mann, Sergius Pankejeff, Oskar Pfister, Otto Rank, Theodor Reik, Joan Riviere, Hanns Sachs, Eduard Silberstein, Ernst Simmel, Wilhelm Stekel, Edoardo Weiss, and Arnold Zweig.

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