Papers, 1882-1977.


Papers, 1882-1977.

The Grete L. Bibring papers describe the early history of the influence of the Vienna School of psychoanalysis, (as well as Bibring herself), on psychoanalysis in Boston specifically, and in the United States, generally. The collection chronicles both her personal and professional life and work, and includes correspondence, research studies, raw data, statistics, writings, lecture notes and outlines.

45.6 cubic feet in 35 record cartons, 22 document boxes, and 7 half document boxes, 1 oversized box, 1 card file box, and 2 audio-visual boxes.

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