Albert Ellis Papers, 1920-2007 [Bulk Dates: 1965-1997].


Albert Ellis Papers, 1920-2007 [Bulk Dates: 1965-1997].

This collection encompasses the professional and personal life of psychologist and pioneer of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Albert Ellis.

218 linear ft. (215 record cartons, 1 document box 6 oversize document boxes)

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