Records, 1946-1979, 1946-1965 (bulk)


Records, 1946-1979, 1946-1965 (bulk)

Records include Board of Directors minutes, 1945-1979; minutes of meetings of the membership, 1946-1973; annual reports, 1947-1977; and correspondence of Secretaries and Presidents, 1946-1962, largely concerning membership dues, programs, meetings, and relationships with other societies. Presidents represented include Herman Nunberg, Edith Jacobson, Phyllis Greenacre, Robert Bak, and Charles Brenner. Also, correspondence, minutes, press releases, accounts, and legal documents concerning ethics and standards, including copies of a code of conduct, 1947-1959; Fiftieth Anniversary celebration, 1959-1961; finances, 1949-1979; relationships with the International Psychoanalytic Association and the American Psychoanalytic Association, 1946-1954; legal matters, 1946-1977; and reports and correspondence of the Ad Hoc Committee on Community Affairs and Public Information, 1967; the Sigmund Freud Statue Committee, 1969; and the Committee on Interprofessional Liaison and Community Affairs, 1967-1970.

4 cubic ft.

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