Author and psychologist. Born Frances Gillespy.
From the description of Frances G. Wickes papers, 1896-1996 (bulk 1913-1968). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979929
1875, Aug. 28:
Born, Lansingburgh, N.Y.
Moved to California with father and grandmother
Returned to Lansingburgh, N.Y.
Graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University, New
Worked in New York settlement projects
Began child study group, Lansingburgh, N.Y.
Married Thomas Wickes (separated 1910; died circa
Birth of son, Eliphalet Wickes (died 1926)
circa 1907 -
Lived in California and Alaska
Taught in New York and served as consulting
Wrote plays, stories, and verse for children
Studied at C. G. Jung-Institut, Zurich, Switzerland
The Inner World of Childhood. New York: D. Appleton
The Inner World of Man. New York: Farrar &
Receive the Gale. New York: D.
Conducted seminars at Jungian institutes in Zurich,
Switzerland; London, England; and New York, N.Y.
The Inner World of Choice. New York: Harper and
1967, May 5:
Died, Peterborough, N.H.
From the guide to the Frances G. Wickes Papers, 1896-1996, (bulk 1913-1968), (Manuscript Division Library of Congress)