Further interviews on personal and professional life : oral history transcript / Friedy Baumann Heisler. Interviews conducted by Suzanne B. Riess in 1991-1992. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.

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Heisler, Friedy Baumann, 1900-1997. Further interviews on personal and professional life : oral history transcript / Friedy Baumann Heisler. Interviews conducted by Suzanne B. Riess in 1991-1992. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.

Further interviews on personal and professional life : oral history transcript / Friedy Baumann Heisler. Interviews conducted by Suzanne B. Riess in 1991-1992. Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.

Family and values; beliefs and therapeutic orientation; psychiatry and child development; psychiatric work in Chicago, Hull House, dysfunctional families, women in psychiatry; pacifism; her gifted son Ivan Heisler's life; Leon Trotsky in Mexico; Mexico's people and the world today; Carmel, Calif., Esalen, Edward Weston, the Paulings, Joan Baez, Henry Miller, and other Carmel residents.

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