Papers of Josef Breuer, 1859-1970 (bulk 1859-1925).


Papers of Josef Breuer, 1859-1970 (bulk 1859-1925).

Chiefly photocopies and transcripts of correspondence, biographical materials, printed materials, and photographs documenting Breuer's career as a physiologist and his collaboration with Sigmund Freud on the study of hysteria. Also includes an undated oil portrait of Breuer. Correspondents include Theodor Billroth, Franz Brentano, Siegmund Exner, Sigmund Freud, Theodor Gomperz, Friedrich Jodl, Maria von Ebner-Eschenbach, and various Breuer (Brewer) family members.

425 items.2 containers.1 microfilm reel.0.6 linear feet.



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