Papers, 1929-1960 (inclusive), 1941-1958 (bulk)


Papers, 1929-1960 (inclusive), 1941-1958 (bulk)

Contains Bibring's personal and professional correspondence, professional organization records, lectures, research and writings, conference records, collected professional clippings, and personal records, resulting from his work as a psychoanalyst in Vienna and Boston, Mass. at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, the Boston University School of Social Work, and Beth Israel Hospital. Includes his research notes on topics such depression, instincts, ego psychology, psychoanalytic theory, the history of psychoanalysis, and the teaching of psychoanalysis. Includes correspondence with Leopold Bellak, Leo Berman, Grete Bibring, Felix Deutsch, Kurt Eissler, Paul Federn, Otto Fenichel, Anna Freud, Otto Isakower, Karl Menninger, Ella Lingens, and Arthur Valenstein.

12.2 cubic ft. in 10 record cartons, 4 document boxes, 1 legal document box, and 1 flat oversize box.

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