Molly Harrower papers, 1886-1999.


Molly Harrower papers, 1886-1999.

The Molly Harrower papers contain a large amount of professional correspondence. There is extensive correspondence to and from Kurt Koffka - containing over 1,000 letters spanning the years 1928-1941. There are books and repriints by Harower, and drafts of an unpublished autobiography. APA committee minutes, reports , and correspondence. Tape and transcription of "Projective Use of the Wechsler-Bellevue Test" by Harrower. There are also two sets of Harrower ink blots from 1945. There is extensive information regarding topics such as: projective techniques, Harrower's group Rorschach, clinical testing, and Harrower's work on "The Nazi Personality" in which she examined Rorschachs of Nazi war criminals. The collection also includes an audiotape from a Geriatric Conference on Creativity and Aging, taped on July 21, 1989. The collection also contains numerous poems written by Harrower.

31linear feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 7780515

University of Akron, Bierce Library

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