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Guide to the Richard Pollak Collection of Bruno Bettelheim Research Materials 1863-2006

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Descriptive Summary

Title:

Pollak, Richard. Collection of Bruno Bettelheim Research Materials

Dates:

1863-2006

Size:

13 linear feet (26 boxes)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

Richard Pollak is an author and a former executive editor of The Nation and an associate editor of Newsweek. The Collection includes documents, interviews, photographs, and correspondence he collected while writing The Creation of Dr. B: A Biography of Bruno Bettelheim (1997.) Bettelheim was a child psychologist as well as the director of the Orthogenic School at the University of Chicago from 1944 to 1973.

Information on Use

Access

Series V contains material that is restricted during the lifetime of Richard Pollak. Series III does not contain access copies for all or part of the material in this series. Researchers should consult staff before requesting materials from this series. The remainder of the collection is open for research.

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Pollak, Richard. Collection of Bruno Bettelheim Research Materials, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Scope Note

The Richard Pollak Collection of Bruno Bettelheim contains documents, interviews, photographs, and correspondence collected by Pollak while researching and writing The Creation of Dr. B: A Biography of Bruno Bettelheim, published in 1997. This collection includes a wide range of original and copied sources documenting Bettelheim’s family and personal life before his immigration to the United States, such as educational records from the University of Vienna, Bettelheim’s letters from Dachau and Buchenwald, and documents from the U. S. State Department regarding his immigration. Also included are copies of many of the books, articles, and columns that Bettelheim wrote from 1944 to 1989. It contains audiotapes of interviews Pollak conducted between 1990 and 1996. Included in this collection are also books that Bettelheim wrote about his work in psychoanalysis and the Orthogenic School.

The collection is organized into five series:

Series I: Bettelheim Documentary Materials includes original and copies of documents by and about Bruno Bettelheim. It is divided into six subseries

Subseries 1, Family and Biographical, contains material pertinent to Bruno Bettelheim’s family personal life, particularly before his immigration to the United States and at the end of his life.

Subseries 2, Education, Teaching and Administration is divided into two subseries. Subseries 1 documents Bettelheim’s education in Vienna, as well as teaching and other associations while at Rockford College and the University of Chicago. Subseries 2: Contain documents that relate to the Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School. Bettelheim, the director from 1944 to 1973, fundraised, wrote project proposals, and also consulted, as evident in these files. This subseries also contains papers written about the school as well as reports of abuse and responses to those allegations.

Subseries 3. Conferences, Lectures, and Symposiums, contains articles, documents regarding travel arrangements, and transcripts of lectures and presentations Bettelheim did between 1960 and 1987.

Subseries 4, Writings, contains copies of articles written by Bettelheim, as well as reviews of his work and publisher correspondence. This series is subdivided into three sections: 1) Published Articles and Columns; 2) Reviews; 3) Book Reviews and Publisher Correspondence.

Subseries 5, Interviews and Articles, contains interviews and transcripts from depositions and television appearances that Bettelheim participated in from 1961 to 1988. It also contains articles that were written about Bettelheim from 1946 to 1991. These are arranged in chronological order.

Subseries 6, Honors and Awards, contains material related to honors and awards that Bettelheim received between 1961 and 1990.

Series II: Research Notes and Documentation is divided into three subseries. The first subseries contains biographical notes and materials compiled by Richard Pollak, regarding Bettelheim and many other individuals. Subseries 2 contains notes and research materials on a wide range of subjects. Subseries 3 includes correspondence sent and received by Pollak while researching and after publication of The Creation of Dr. B, as well as clippings of reviews and other news items related to the book.

Series III: Audiovisual is divided into three subseries. Subseries 1, Photographs includes images of Bettelheim and his family and associates, dating from 1910 to 1996. Subseries 2 contains audio recordings of interviews conducted by Pollak during his research, Bettelheim’s interviews and lectures, as well as translations from documents in German, Dutch, and French. These materials date from 1969 to 1996. For the most part, the interviews are organized in chronological order, as collected and numbered by Pollak. Other audiotapes are organized by subject rather than by date. The third subseries contains Bettelheim’s appearances on television shows, and interviews he did in the 1970s and 1980s.

Series IV: Books and Journals, contains books and journals on or written by Bettelheim between 1950 and 1997. This series is divided in two subseries: 1) Books Authored and Coauthored by Bettelheim, 1950 to 1993; 2) Books and Journals on Bettelheim, the Orthogenic School, and Psychoanalysis, 1982 to 1997. Both of these subseries are organized in chronological order.

Series V: Restricted contains items to which access is restricted.

Related Resources

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Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Series I: Bettelheim Documentary Materials

Subseries 1: Family and Biographical

Box 1   Folder 1

Family History, 1863 - 1996

Box 1   Folder 2

Incarceration in Dachau and Buchenwald, 1938 - 1991

Box 1   Folder 3

Nazi expropriation of business and possessions, 1938-1940

Box 1   Folder 4

Letters from Dachau and Buchenwald, 1 of 2, 1938

Box 1   Folder 5

Letters from Dachau and Buchenwald, 2 of 2, 1938

Box 1   Folder 6

Letters from Dachau and Buchenwald, 1939

Box 1   Folder 7

Emergency Committee on Relief and Immigration of the American Psychological Association, 1938-1992

Box 1   Folder 8

Immigration to the United States, 1938-1997

Box 1   Folder 9

Divorce Papers and Marriage Licenses, 1939-1941

Box 1   Folder 10

Trude Bettelheim mother’s deportation to Auschwitz, 1942-1996

Box 1   Folder 11

Deposition, incarceration at Dachau and Buchenwald, July 1945

Box 1   Folder 12

Attempts to gain reparations from Austria, 1956

Box 1   Folder 13

FBI file related to FOIPA correspondence, 1959-1992

Box 2   Folder 1

Passport applications, 1962-1993

Box 2   Folder 2

Vacations, 1971-1972

Box 2   Folder 3

Medical, 1972-1994

Box 2   Folder 4

Will, 1989

Box 2   Folder 5

Death certificate and burial, 1990

Box 2   Folder 6

Art collection and estate, 1991

Box 2   Folder 7

Reactions to death, 1990-1994

Box 2   Folder 8

Reactions to death, undated

Box 2   Folder 9

French newspapers, reaction to death, March 1990

Box 2   Folder 10

Memorials, 1990

Subseries 2: Education, Teaching and Administration

Sub-subseries 1: General

Box 2   Folder 11

Education, 1941-1996

Box 2   Folder 12

Progressive Education Association, 1942

Box 2   Folder 13

Rockford College, 1941-1944

Box 2   Folder 14

The University of Chicago, 1941-1971

Box 2   Folder 15

The Orthogenic School of Israel Foundation, undated

Sub-subseries 2: Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School

Box 3   Folder 1

Orthogenic School, 1906-1945

Box 3   Folder 2

Orthogenic School Data, 1944-1973

Box 3   Folder 3

Orthogenic School Fundraising, 1944-1992

Box 3   Folder 4

Jewish Children’s Bureau of Chicago, planned residential treatment institution, circa 1957-1995

Box 3   Folder 5

Jewish Children’s Bureau of Chicago, planned residential treatment institution, 2nd report, 1957-1995

Box 3   Folder 6

Ford Foundation, proposals, 1955-1991

Box 3   Folder 7

Student papers about the Orthogenic School, 1970-1990

Box 3   Folder 8

Allegations of child abuse, 1985-1992

Box 3   Folder 9

Responses to allegations of abuse, 1990-1997

Subseries 3: Conferences, Lectures, and Symposiums

Box 4   Folder 1

“The Emergence of the Self in a Non-speaking Autistic Child,” presented at the Chicago Psychoanalytic Society, 1960

Box 4   Folder 2

“Marriage and the Educated Woman,” presented at Radcliffe, 1963

Box 4   Folder 3

“The Unspoken Message,” address given at Sonia Shankman Orthogenic School, 1966

Box 4   Folder 4

Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, “Educational and Social Psychology,” Germany, 1974

Box 4   Folder 5

Significance of the Holocaust for Western Civilization, Conference in San Jose, California, 1977

Box 4   Folder 6

“Symposium in Honor of Morris Janowitz,” 1986 or 1987

Box 4   Folder 7

Őstrerreichische Ehrenkreunz Für Wissenschaft und Kunst, Symposium in Vienna, 1987

Subseries 4: Writings

Sub-subseries 1: Published Articles and Columns

Box 4   Folder 8

A, 1960-1969

  • “The Anatomy of Academic Discontent,” 1969
  • “The Anatomy of Courage,” 1969
  • “Foreword to Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account,” 1960 “Alienation and Autonomy,” 1968
Box 4   Folder 9

B, 1944-1990

  • “Bruno Bettelheim in Conversation with Parents,” 1963
  • “Behavior in Extreme Situations,” 1944
  • “The Birthplace of Psychoanalysis,” 1990
Box 4   Folder 10

C, 1947-1973

  • “Closed Institutions for Children,” 1948
  • “Concentration Camps, German: 10 Eventful Years,” 1947
  • “Children Must Learn to Fear,” 1969
  • “Children are they Worth the Effort,” 1973
  • “Class of 1984,” 1964
  • “An Essay,” 1966
  • “Child guidance: A Community Responsibility,” 1962
  • “Children should Learn about Violence,” 1967
  • “Class, Color and Prejudice,” 1963
Box 4   Folder 11

D, 1947-1969

  • “Discussion: Bruno Bettelheim,” 1951
  • “Disturbing Student Parallels,” 1969
  • “Delusions of Punch-Card Age,” 1961
  • “The Decision to Fail,” 1961
  • “Delinquency and Morality,” 1950
  • “The Dynamism of Anti-Semitism in Gentile and Jew,” 1947
  • “Deviancy in Children,” 1969; “Does Your Child Fight Sleep” 1951 “Does Communal Education Work?” 1962
  • “Death Life’s Purpose,” 1955
Box 4   Folder 12

“Dialogues with Mothers,” columns, 1965-1966

Box 4   Folder 13

“Dialogues with Mothers,” columns, 1967-1968

Box 4   Folder 14

“Dialogues with Mothers,” columns, 1969-1970

Box 4   Folder 15

“Dialogues with Mothers,” columns, 1971-1972

Box 5   Folder 1

“Dialogues with Mothers,” column, 1973

Box 5   Folder 2

E, 1948-1974

  • “Early Ego development in Mute Autistic Child,” 1965
  • “Ethnic Tolerance: A Function of Social and Personal Control,” 1950
  • “Expect more from youngsters says Bettelheim,” 1974
  • “An Essay,” in The Third Reich of the Dream, 1968
  • “The Education of emotionally and Culturally Deprived Children,” 1969
  • “Exodus, 1947,” 1948
Box 5   Folder 3

Elementary School Journal, column, “Educational News and Editorial Comment,” 1952-1958

Box 5   Folder 4

F, 1956-1975

  • “Fantasy-Inducing Bed May Aid Mental Aid Patient,” 1974
  • “Food to Nurture the Mind,” 1975
  • “Finding Identity in Mass Movements,” 1963
  • “Feral Children and Autistic Children,” 1959
  • “Freedom from Ghetto Thinking,” 1962
  • “Fathers Shouldn’t Try to be Mothers,” 1956
Box 5   Folder 5

G, 1962-1985

  • “Growing Up Female,” 1962
  • “Foreword,” German Fairy Tales, 1985
  • “Grouping the Gifted,” 1965
Box 5   Folder 6

H, 1945-1974

  • “Home for the Heart: Only a Bed to Call His Own,” 1974
  • “The High Calling of a University Student,” 1968
  • “Once you’ve defined your real child-care problems, answers aren’t so hard to find,” 1963
  • “How Much Can Man Change,” 1967
  • “How to Arm Our Children Against Anti-Semitism?” 1951
  • “Helping Jewish Children to Face Prejudice,” 1951
  • “The Helpless and the Guilty,” 1945
  • “Help for Our Troubled Children,” 1959
  • “How can elementary schools help boys learn to become men?” 1969
  • “How mothers-in-law disrupt marriages: An old problem in new forms,” 1965
Box 5   Folder 7

I, 1943-1987

  • “Individual and Mass Behavior in Extreme Situations,” 1943
  • “Individual Autonomy and Mass Controls,” 1955
  • “The Importance of Play,” 1987
  • “In Defense of Mother Goose,” 1975
Box 5   Folder 8

J, 1959-1974

  • “Joey: A ‘Mechanical Boy,’” 1959
  • “Janet and Mark and the New Illiteracy,” 1974
Box 5   Folder 9

K, 1970-1987

  • “Kulturtransfer Von Ősterreich nach Amerika, illustriert am Beispiel der Psychoanlyse,” 1987
  • “The Kibbutz: Dream and Reality,” 1970
Box 5   Folder 10

L, 1989

  • “A Lighthouse Suggests Protection, undated
  • “Letting children be children… while they can,” 1989
Box 5   Folder 11

“Les Livres essentiels de Bruno Bettelheim,” 1987-1988

Box 6   Folder 1

M, 1949-1979

  • “Mental Health and Current Mores,” 1952
  • “Moral Education,” 1970
  • With Emmy Sylvester, “Milieu Therapy: Indications and Illustrations,” 1949
  • With Jacqueline Sanders, “Milieu Therapy: The Orthogenic School Model,” 1979
  • “Mental Health in the Slums,” 1971
  • “Modern Architecture,” 1969
Box 6   Folder 2

N, 1963-1966

  • “Notes on the Future of Education,” 1966
  • “A Noncontribution to Educational Research,” 1963
Box 6   Folder 3

The New Yorker, columns, 1975-1982

  • “Reflections: The Uses of Enchantment,” 1975
  • “Reflections: Freud and the Soul,” 1982
  • “Reflections: Surviving,” 1976
  • “Books: Miracles, 1980”
Box 6   Folder 4

O, 1949-1974

  • “The Orthogenic School,” 1965
  • “Only a Bed to Call His Own,” 1974
  • “On the Rehabilitation of Offenders,” 1949
  • “Obsolete Youth: Towards a Psychograph of Adolescent Rebellion,” 1969
  • “On Camps Rebellion: A new and potentially dangerous rite of manhood,” 1969
Box 6   Folder 5

P, 1949-1972

  • “A Psychiatric School,” 1949
  • “Prejudice,” 1950
  • “The Problem of Generations,” 1962
  • “Play and Education,” 1972
  • “Psychoanalysis and Education,” 1969
  • “Portnoy Psychoanalyzed,” 1969
  • “Psychiatric Consultation in Residential Treatment,” 1957
  • “Personality Formation in the Kibbutz,” 1969
  • “The Psychoanalysis of Anti-Semitism,” 1950
  • “Parents vs. Television,” 1963
  • “A Problem Learner,” 1960
Box 6   Folder 6

R, 1950-1987

  • “Reaction to Fascist Propaganda – A Pilot study,” 1950
  • “The Relief of Understanding,” 1950
  • “Roots of Radicalism,” c. 1969
  • “The Right to Privacy,” 1968
  • “Remarks on the Psychological Appeal of Totalitarianism,” 1952
  • “Returning to Dachau: The Living and the Dead,” 1956
  • “A Return to the Land of Fairy Tales,” 1987
  • “Reading the Signs of Mental Health,” 1959
  • “Roadblocks to Learning,” 1963
  • With Benjamin Wright, “The Role of Residential Treatment for Children,” 1954
Box 6   Folder 7

S, 1946-1975

  • “Schizophrenic Art: A Case Study,” 1952
  • “Somatic Symptoms in Superego Formation,” 1948
  • “Self-Interpretation of Fantasy: The Thematic Apperception Test as an Education and Therapeutic Device,” 1947
  • “The Special School for Emotionally Disturbed Children,” 1948
  • “Symbolic Wounds,” 1958
  • “A Scientific Approach to the Problem of Prejudice,” 1946
  • “Self-Realization for the Educated Woman,” undated
  • “Some Further Thoughts on the Doll Corner,” 1975
  • “Segregation: New Style,” 1958
Box 7   Folder 1

S, 1941-1983:

  • “Sexual Latitude: For and Against,” 1971
  • “The School Period,” 1941
  • “Securing Our Children Against Prejudice,” 1952
  • “Scandal in the Family,” 1983
  • “Sex and Violence in Books, Magazines and Television,” 1964
  • “Sputnik and Segregation: Should the Gifted Be Educated Separately?” 1958
  • “Stop Pampering Gifted Children,” 1964
Box 7   Folder 2

T, 1947-1966

  • With Emmy Sylvester, “A Therapeutic Milieu,” 1948
  • “To Nurse and to Nurture,” 1962
  • “Training the Child-Care Worker in a Residential Center,” 1966
  • With Emmy Sylvester, “Therapeutic Influence of the Group on the Individual,” 1947
  • “Talks with Mothers,” 1962
  • “Teaching the Disadvantaged,” 1965.
Box 7   Folder 3

V, 1948-1966

  • “The Victim’s Image of the Anti-Semite,” 1948
  • “Violence: A Neglected Mode of Behavior,” 1966
Box 7   Folder 4

W, 1945-1981

  • “Why Children Don’t Learn to Read,” 1981
  • “Where Self Begins,” 1967
  • “Why Youth is in Revolt,” 1976
  • “What Children Learn from Play,” 1964
  • “What Students Think about Art,” 1947
  • “War Trials and German Re-Education,” 1945
  • “Forward,” War Through Children’s Eyes, 1981
  • “What Our Daughter-in-Law Didn’t Tell You,” 1965
  • “When Children Lie or Steal,” 1965
  • “Why Working Mothers Feel Guilty,” 1966
  • “Women: Emancipation is Still to Come,” 1964

Sub-subseries 2: Reviews

Box 7   Folder 5

Bettelheim, Book Review Index, undated

Box 7   Folder 6

Bettelheim, books in Germany, undated

Box 7   Folder 7

Contemporary Authors, undated

Box 7   Folder 8

Behavior in Extreme Situations, review, undated

Box 7   Folder 9

The Children of the Dream, reviews, 1969-1990

Box 7   Folder 10

Dialogues With Mothers, reviews, 1962-1963

Box 7   Folder 11

Dynamics of Prejudice, reviews, 1949-1952

Box 7   Folder 12

The Empty Fortress, 1967-1988

Box 7   Folder 13

Fairytales and Uses of Enchantment, reviews, 1976-1994

Box 8   Folder 1

Freud and Man’s Soul, reviews, 1982-1988

Box 8   Folder 2

Freud’s Vienna, reviews, 1989-1990

Box 8   Folder 3

A Good Enough Parent, reviews, 1987-1988

Box 8   Folder 4

A Home for the Heart, reviews, 1974-1976

Box 8   Folder 5

The Informed Heart, reviews, 1960-1964

Box 8   Folder 6

Love is Not Enough, reviews, 1950-1952

Box 8   Folder 7

On Learning to Read, reviews, 1982-1983

Box 8   Folder 8

Paul and Mary: Two Case Histories from “Truants from Life”, review, 1962

Box 8   Folder 9

Social Change and Prejudice, reviews, 1964-1965

Box 8   Folder 10

Surviving and Other Essays, reviews, 1979-1984

Box 8   Folder 11

Symbolic Wounds, reviews, 1954-1956

Box 8   Folder 12

Truants from Life, reviews, 1955-1956

Box 8   Folder 13

Reactions to Bettelheim’s Critique of Ghetto Thinking, 1948-1984

Sub-subseries 3: Book Reviews and Publisher Correspondence

Box 8   Folder 14

Bettelheim’s Book Reviews, 1944-1959

Box 8   Folder 15

Bettelheim’s Book Reviews, 1963-1986

Box 9   Folder 1

Alfred A. Knopf, 1980-1994

Box 9   Folder 2

The Free Press, 1963-1974

Box 9   Folder 3

The Free Press, The Empty Fortress, 1966-1972

Subseries 5: Interviews and Articles

Box 9   Folder 4

General Interviews, 1961-1991

Box 9   Folder 5

“The Hidden World,” a script by Alvin Boretz, 1960

Box 9   Folder 6

Reaction to student protests, 1969-1970

Box 9   Folder 7

Reaction to Karlin documentary, 1974

Box 9   Folder 8

Deposition transcript, United States v. Conrad Heinrich Schellong, 1981

Box 9   Folder 9

Interview transcript, “The Exiles,” 1988

Box 9   Folder 10

Pollak’s Correspondence regarding Bruno Bettelheim’s television appearances, 1973-1993

Box 9   Folder 11

Articles about Bettelheim, 1946-1969

Box 9   Folder 12

Articles about Bettelheim, 1970-1991

Box 9   Folder 13

Articles about Bettelheim, undated

Subseries 6: Honors and Awards

Box 10    Folder 1

Honors, 1961-1986

Box 10    Folder 2

Leopold-Lucas Prize of the University of Tübingen, 1990-1991

Series II: Research Notes and Documentation

Subseries 1: Biographical Notes and Documentation

Box 10    Folder 3

Bandler, Hans, 1988-1997

Box 10    Folder 4

Bettelheim, Anton (father), 1926

Box 10    Folder 5

Bettelheim, Bruno, letters about, 1946-1990

Box 10    Folder 6

Bettelheim, Bruno, correspondence, 1945-1990

Box 10    Folder 7

Bettelheim, Bruno, letters regarding the Jewish Holocaust, 1963-1975

Box 10    Folder 8

Bettelheim, Margarete (sister), 1930-1993

Box 10    Folder 9

Bettelheim, Paula Seidler (mother), undated

Box 10    Folder 10

Bettelheim, Ralph and Frederick, 1929-1991

Box 10    Folder 11

Bettelheim, Ruth (daughter), 1990-1993

Box 10    Folder 12

Bemak, Ruth, 1991

Box 10    Folder 13

Buxbaum Schmidl, Edith (cousin), 1970-1992

Box 10    Folder 14

Dantan, Merav, 1977

Box 10    Folder 15

Datan, Nancy, 1973-1977

Box 10    Folder 16

Datan, Nancy, 1978-1981

Box 11   Folder 1

Datan, Nancy, 1982-1984

Box 11   Folder 2

Datan, Nancy, 1985-1987

Box 11   Folder 3

Ekstein, Rudolf, 1967-1991

Box 11   Folder 4

Farrell, James T., 1944-1993

Box 11   Folder 5

Federn, Ernst, 1946-1993

Box 11   Folder 6

Frank, Anne, 1960-1995

Box 11   Folder 7

Frankenstein, Carl, 1954-1995

Box 11   Folder 8

Freud, Anna, 1949-1971

Box 11   Folder 9

Gitelson, Max, 1946-1993

Box 11   Folder 10

Ginsberg, Robert, 1992

Box 11   Folder 11

Janowitz, Morris, 1948-1972

Box 12   Folder 1

Jack, Joyce, 1972-1991

Box 12   Folder 2

Karlin, Daniel, 1973-1991

Box 12   Folder 3

Lyne, Patsy, 1991-2000

Box 12   Folder 4

Lyons, Tom, 1951-1993

Box 12   Folder 5

MacDonald, Dwight, 1944-1967

Box 12   Folder 6

Perrin, Jeannine, undated

Box 12   Folder 7

Perkins, George, 1989

Box 12   Folder 8

Rapaport, David, 1952-1959

Box 12   Folder 9

Redl, Fritz, 1987-1995

Box 12   Folder 10

Rimland, Bernard, 1965-1997

Box 12   Folder 11

Rosenfeld, Avin, 1984-1997

Box 13   Folder 1

Sanders, Jacqueline, 1964

Box 13   Folder 2

Sanders, Jacqueline, 1983-1997

Box 13   Folder 3

Sheviakov, George, 1992

Box 13   Folder 4

Sterling, Theodor, 1993-1994

Box 13   Folder 5

Sylvester, Emmy, 1947

Box 13   Folder 6

Sylvester, Emmy, 1949

Box 13   Folder 7

Sylvester, Emmy, undated

Box 13   Folder 8

Thomas, Mary Moyers, 1954-1994

Box 13   Folder 9

Tyroler, Fae Lohn, 1953-1992

Box 13   Folder 10

Vacca, Linnea, 1971-1995

Box 13   Folder 11

Wetherill, Phyliss Steiss, 1948-1992

Box 13   Folder 12

Zelan, Karen, 1986-1996

Box 14   Folder 1

Zimmerman, Patrick, 1988-1996

Subseries 2: General

Box 14   Folder 2

Autism, 1959-1993

Box 14   Folder 3

Bettelheim Symposium, 1994

Box 14   Folder 4

Bettelheim, transcript of short portion of recording made "toward the end of his life," March 22, 1996

Box 14   Folder 5

General notes, 1980-1993

Box 14   Folder 6

Grassi, Adrian, “The Spontaneous Answer and Its Effective Influence on the Symbolic Thinking,” undated

Box 14   Folder 7

Lowenthal, Leo, “Terror’s Automization Man,” 1946

Box 14   Folder 8

The Pelican and After by Tom Lyons, reviews, 1983-1984

Box 14   Folder 9

Translation of Freud, 1991

Box 14   Folder 10

Tuesday Night Group, 1953-1992

Box 14   Folder 11

Tutt, Ralph, “Seven Beauties and the Beast,” 1989

Box 14   Folder 12

Vienna Synagogue, where Bruno Bettelheim and Gina Alstadt married, undated

Subseries 3: Author Correspondence

Box 14   Folder 13

Advertisements, request for information, 1990-1991

Box 14   Folder 14

Correspondence, 1990-1991

Box 14   Folder 15

Correspondence, 1992-1996

Box 15   Folder 1

Correspondence, December 1996 – February 1997

Box 15   Folder 2

Correspondence, March 1997 – October 1997

Box 15   Folder 3

Correspondence, 1998-2006

Box 15   Folder 4

Correspondence, undated

Box 15   Folder 5

Correspondence, email received in response to The Creation of Dr. B., 1996 to 2002

Box 15   Folder 6

Reviews of The Creation of Dr. B., 1997

Series III: Audiovisual

Subseries 1: Photographs, c.1910 to 1996

Box 15   Folder 7

Bettelheim and family, circa 1910 to 1970s

Box 15   Folder 8

Margaret Bettelheim, undated, 1993

Box 15   Folder 9

Associates, and places, c. 1910 to 1970s

Box 15   Folder 10

Images, a document and excerpts in the book, 1938-1942

Box 15   Folder 11

Pollak correspondence, regarding photographs, 1996

Subseries 2: Audiotapes, 1969-1996

Box 16

1. Edith Bettelheim Harnik, 11-28-90

Box 16

2. Ralph Bettelheim, 11-19-90

Box 16

3. Frederick Bettelheim, 11-20-90

Box 16

3a. Clara Claiborne Park, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 12-10-90

Box 16

4. Wanda Willig, New York City, 11-26-90

Box 16

5. Tom Wallace Lyons, New York City, 12-4-90

Box 16

5a. Studs Terkel interview with Tom Lyons, 1984

Box 16

5. Tom Lyons continued, 12-4-90

Box 16

6. Natalie Menke (Brown), 12-5-90

Box 16

7. Mildred Berry, 12-6-90

Box 16

8. Mary Jane Wilcox (Rachner), 12-6-90

Box 16

9. Mary Cannon (Dunning), 12-6-90

Box 16

10. Betty Bruce (Keegan), 12-8-90

Box 16

11. Naomi Pena, Washington, D.C., 12-15-90

Box 16

12. Segments from “The Exiles,” undated

Box 16

13. Marianne Ettlinger (Cohen), 1-5-91

Box 16

14. Susanna Morgenthau (Mintz), 1-8-91

Box 16

15. Gusti Kollman, 1-8-91

Box 16

16. Ralph Tyler, 1-18-91

Box 16

17. Karen Carlson (Zelan), 1-19-91

Box 16

18. Catherine Weinmann (Isenstadt), Rockridge Café, Oakland, 1-22-91

Box 16

19. Robert Eller-Isaacs, Oakland, 1-22-91

Box 16

20. Rudolf Ekstein, 1-24-91

Box 16

20a. Barry Sholem and Frankie Sholem, 1-26-91

Box 16

21. Josette Wingo, 1-25-91

Box 16

22. David James Fisher, 1-25-91

Box 16

23. Peter Loewenberg, 1-26-91

Box 16

24. Jane Ullman, 1-27-91

Box 16

25. Constance Katzenstein, 1-27-91

Box 16

26. Miriam Williams, 1-28-91

Box 16

27. Benard Rimland 1-30-91

Box 16

28. Carol Callaghan, undated

Box 16

29. Paul Diederich 2-2-91

Box 16

30. Veronica Dryovage (Youngman), 2-3-91

Box 16

31. Jonathan Farber, 2-3-91

Box 16

32. Emmy Sylvester, 2-4-91

Box 16

32a. Jeremiah Kaplan, 2-11-91

Box 16

32b. June Mullins 2-14-91

Box 16

33. Trude Bettelheim, undated

Box 16

33a. Trude Bettelheim, undated

Box 16

33b. Trude Bettelheim, undated

Box 16

33c. Trude Bettelheim, undated

Box 16

34. Ann Zener (Edwards), 2-20-91

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35. Betty Pingree (Rellahan), 2-24-91

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36. Alex Elson and Miriam Elson, Stanton Friedberg, and Martha Friedberg, Chicago, 2-27-91

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37. Charles Dee Sharp, Chicago, 2-28-91

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38. Jacqueline Seevak (Sanders), Chicago, 2-28-91

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39. Mary Ellen Cowan, Chicago, 3-1-91 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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41. Maria Piers, Chicago, 3-1-91

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42. Margaret Carey, Chicago, 3-4-91

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43. Aimee Isgrig (Horton), Chicago, 3-4-91

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44. Nina Helstein, 3-5-91

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45. Richard Marek, 3-11-91

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46. Nancy Price, 3-13-91

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47. Leslie Aranow (Cleaver), 3-24-91

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48. All Things Considered, 3-18-91

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49. Dorthy Johnson 3-27-91

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50. Gina Weinmann, 4-5-91

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51. Ruth Bemak, 5-2-91

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50b. Weinmann re-interview, 2-12-92

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50c. Otto W. Modley, 2-14-92

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50d. Gina Weinmann, 3-23-92

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50e. Gina Weinmann11-13-92

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50f. Gina Weinmann, 11-15-93

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50g. Gina Weinmann, 6-13-94

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52. Ernst Federn, Vienna, 5-11-91

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53. Eric Bettelheim, London, 5-23-91

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53a. Eric Bettelheim, London, 5-26-91

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55. Gerard Piel, 6-10-91

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56. Ann Morrissett (Davidon), 6-11-91

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57. Molly Finn, 6-12-91

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58. Barbara Kaplan (Lee), 6-17-91

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59. Gayle Shulenberg (Janowitz), 6-20-91

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60. G. Newman, 6-30-91

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61. Helen Redl, 8-18-91

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62. Joan Little (Treiman), 8-20-91

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63. Fern Meyer Smith, 8-26-91

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64. Mary Cahn (Schwartz), 8-31-91

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65. Mark Lubin, 9-12-91

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66. Benjamin Wright, 9-13-91

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67. Bertram Cohler, 9-14-91

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68. Orthogenic School Tour with Jacquelyn Seevak (Sanders), 9-16-91 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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70. Charles Marks 9-21-91

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71. Richard Fogg, 9-26-91

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72. Joe Suchman, undated

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73. Salim B. (Sandy) Lewis, 10-4-91and 10-31-91

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74. Judy Barron, 10-7-91

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75 Peter Wyden, 10-17-91

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76. Charles Marks, Sr., 10-19-91

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77. William Sugden 11-10-91

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78. Joyce Jack, 11-16-91 (2 tapes)

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79. Allison S. Davis, 11-18-91

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80. Nicholas von Hoffman, 12-5-91

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81. Harvey Shapiro, 12-13-91

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82. Nechama Levi-Edelman, interviewed by Jessie Meltsner, undated

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83. Philip Jackson, 1-8-92

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84. Augusta Lyons, 1-8-92

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85. Verena Sterba Michels, 1-10-92

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86. Charles Saltzman, 1-11-92

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87. Charles Pekow 1-13-92

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88. Charles U. Daly, 1-21-92

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89. Bettelheim, Naomi, 1-22-92

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90. Ruth Alben 1-22-92

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91. Lillian Siberstein, 1-23-92

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92. Michael Claffey, 1-27-92

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93. Dean Rodeheaver, 2-5-92

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94. James Lombard, 2-8-92

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95. Daniel King, 2-8-92

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96. Vernon Schubel and Donna Heizer, 2-8-92

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97. Charles Feldstein, 2-18-92

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98. Richard Stern, 2-19-92

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99. Jacob Getzels, 2-20-92

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100. Wilhem Werthern, translation, 2-21-92

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101. Nell Pekarsky, 2-21-92

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102. Jacob Getzels, 2-22-92

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103. Maria Piers, 2-22-92

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104. Gretel Lowinski, 2-23-92

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105. Carl DeVoe, 2-24-92

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106. Shelton Key, 2-25-92

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107. Fae Lohn (Tyroler), 3-10-92

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108. Interview with Bruno Bettelheim, Voice of the UC, Student Radio, WHPK-FM, a day after he held a press conference on student occupation of administrative building, 2-2-69

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109. Bruno Bettelheim, lecture at CMU, 4-1-85 (2 tapes)

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109a. Mark Blechner, 3-19-92

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110. Betty Goldman Thomaidis, 3-19-92

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111. Johanna Tabin, 3-30-92

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112. Howell Wright, and Margaret Wright, 4-1-92

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113. Marc Galanter, 4-2-92

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114. Gayle Shulenberg (Janowitz), 4-4-92

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115. Ronald Angres 4-10-92

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116. Sophie Freud, 1-11-92

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117. Severn Darden, 4-14-92

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118. Marjorie Weaver, 4-15-92

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119. Phyllis Steiss (Wetherill), 4-16-92

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120. Sigmund Cohen, 4-20-92

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121. Robert Gottlieb, 4-24-92

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122. Myles Friedman, 4-24-92

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123. Charles Skinner, 4-29-92

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124. Ugo Formigoni, 5-6-92

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125. Benjamin Bloom and Sophie Bloom, 5-7-92

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126. Oliver Kerner, 5-9-92

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127. Emarina Vischer (Radanowicz-Harttmann), Paris, 5-15-92

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128. Daniel Karlin, Paris, 5-25-92

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129. Ramon Lopez-Reyes, 6-14-92

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130. H.J. Belch, 7-10-92

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131. Hans Bandler, 8-12-92

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132. John Schenbly, 8-19-92

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133. Eric Schopler, 9-9-92

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134. Susan Yuan, 9-17-92

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135. Anne Bakeman, 9-17-92

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135a. Paul Gump and Natali Gump, 1-6-92

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135b. Raul Hilberg, 10-21-92

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136. Jerome Kavka, 9-25-92

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137. Jacquelyn Seevak (Sanders), 9-25-92

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138. Joan Deutsch (Herczeg) and Steve Herczeg, 9-27-92

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139. Aundry Woods, 9-28-92

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140. Sue Duncan, 10-1-92

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141. James Ely, 10-3-92

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142. Mel Mermelstein, 10-30-92

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143. Louis Szathmary, 11-6-92

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144. Heidi Kirschner, 11-9-92

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145. Karen Carlson (Zelan), 11-12-92

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146. Margrit Seewald-Graf, 11-17-92

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147. Jerome Goldsmith, 11-18-92

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148. Naomi Bettelheim, 12-8-92 (2 tapes)

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149. Josette Wingo (Lowdon), 1-11-93

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150. Steve Giordano, 1-12-93

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151. John Ransome Phillips, 1-22-93

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152. Jerald C. Brauer, 1-25-92

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153. Clifford Wilk, 2-1-93

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154. Patty Pickett (McKnight), 2-2-93

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155. Lou Harper 2-3-93 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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157. George Pollock, 2-4-93(Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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158. Katharine Wilheim, 2-10-93 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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159. Myrna Adams Rowe, 2-1-93

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160. Josh Greenfeld 2-11-93

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161. Nora Greene, 2-12-93

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162. Sarah Margolis, 2-13-93

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163. David Gutmann, 2-14-93

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164. Gertrude Kummer, 2-15-93

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165. Gail Edelman, 2-17-93

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166. Charles Sharp, 2-21-93

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167. Jill Schwab, 2-22-93

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168. Louise Strouse, 3-5-93

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169. Jean O’Leary (Brown), 3-8-93

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170. John Gedo, 4-26-93

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171. Gayle Shulenberg (Janowitz), 4-30-93

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172. Betty Pingree (Rellahan), 4-20-93

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173. Herman D. Staples, 5-4-93

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174. Gayle Shulenberg (Janowitz) follow-up, 5-11-93

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175. Marion Langer, 5-12-93

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176. Manuel J. Vargas, 5-17-93

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177. Alvin Rosenfeld, 5-24-93

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178. William Crain, 5-25-93

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179. Elaine Herzog, 5-29-93

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180. Isabel Paret and Peter Paret, 5-31-93 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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182. Toni Katz Neta, 6-12-93

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183. Kay Field, 6-14-93

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184. Dennis Duginske, 6-16-93

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185. Nell Pekarsky, Sharon Ellison, Harriett Jaffe Michel, 6-17-93

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186. Robert Bergman, 7-2-93

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187. Salim B. (Sandy) Lewis, 8-23-93

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188. Theodor Sterling, 9-20-93

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189. Mary Thomas, 10-16-93

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190. Gordon Northup, 10-22-93

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191. David Wineman, 11-11-93

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192. Erwin Angres, 11-21-93

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192a. Matthew Piers, 1-10-94

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193. Helen Farrell Dillon, 12-27-93

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194. Benson E. Ginsburg, 3-7-94

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195. Jan Erik Dubbelman, 5-16-94

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196. Louis Tas, 5-16-94

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197. Dierdre English and Fanita English, 6-14-94

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198. Linnea Brandwein (Vacca), 11-29-94

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199. Hebert Zipper, 12-8-94

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200. John Jaeckle, 12-31-94

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201. Ari Zolberg and Vera Zolberg, 1-4-95

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202. Peter Neubauer, 1-10-95

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203. Elizabeth (Tizzy) Block, 2-4-95

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204. Patrick Zimmerman, 2-7-95

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205. Diane Belogianis Morphos, 3-25-95

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206. Itamar Yahalom, 4-10-95

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207. Nechama Levi-Edelman, undated

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208. Mordecai Kaffman, 4-23-95

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209. Leonard Atkins, 5-3-95 (2 tapes)

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210. Hedda Bolgar, 5-10-95

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211. Arnold B. Tobin, undated

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212. Jona Rosenfeld, 7-20-95

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213. Helen Epstein, 9-11-95

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214. Peter E. Dembowski, 11-19-95

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215. Robert Rosen, 11-25-95

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216. Elaine G. Caruth, 1-5-96

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217. Irwin C. Rosen, 1-7-96

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218. Rocco L. Motto, 1-28-96

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219. Jerald B. Lipsch, 2-4-96

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220. Richard Flacks, 2-6-96 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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221. Gina Weinmann, follow-up, 3-1-96 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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223. Aaron Hilkevitch, 3-31-96 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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224. Alvin Boretz, 4-22-96 (Cassette moved to Series XI, Restricted. See staff regarding access)

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Follow-Up I, Johanna Tabin 6-7-92; Joe Suchman 7-7-92; Park 7-19-92; Marjorie Weaver 2-6-94; Marjorie Weaver; Myles Gordon 2-14-94

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Follow-Up II, Ronald Angres 2-22-94; Eric Schopler 3-3-94; Jacquelyn Seevak (Sanders) 3-6-94

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Follow-Up III, Bernard Rimland 3-6-94; Jacquelyn Seevak (Sanders) 3-11-94; Marjorie Weaver 5-11-94

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Follow-Up IV, Marjorie Weaver 5-11-94; Doug Yerman 9-25-94; Eric Schopler 1-11-95

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Follow-Up V, Eric Schopler, undated; Eric Schopler, undated; Louise Strouse 2-13-95

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Follow-Up VI, Jacquelyn Seevak (Sanders) 2-15-95 and 3-24-95; Fae Lohn (Tyroler) 3-25-95; Charles Sharp 5-12-95

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Follow-Up VII, Fae Lohn (Tyroler) 3-25-95; Fae Lohn (Tyroler), 4-13-95; Gina Weinmann 6-6-95

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Follow-Up VIII, Gina Weinmann, undated; Gayle Schulenberg (Janowitz) 1/27/96; Betty Thomaidis 3-20-1996; Naomi Bettelheim 3-27-96

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Follow-Up IX, undated

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14th Annual Division 39 Spring Meeting Omni-Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C., Part I, April 13-17, 1994

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14th Annual Division 39 Spring Meeting Omni-Shoreham Hotel, Washington D.C., Part II, April 13-17, 1994

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BBC I, Bettelheim CR 1-7, 11-11-84

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BBC II, Bettelheim CR 7-8, undated

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BBC III, Bettelheim –Horizon, CR 10-17, 11-17-84

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BBC IV, Bettelheim –Horizon, CR 18-25, 11-18-84

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BBC V, Bettelheim – CR 20-23; 24-28, undated

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BBC VII, Bettelheim, CR 43-47, 12-2-84

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BBC VI, CR 39-42, undated

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Bettelheim, Introduction with, CR 1-6, undated

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Bettelheim, CR 14FF, undated

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Bettelheim’s Letters to Paula from Dachau and Buchenwald, I, translated by Werner Dickel, undated

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Bettelheim’s Letters to Paula from Dachau and Buchenwald, II, translated by Werner Dickel, undated

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Bettelheim, “NCCJ Holocaust Conference, Psychological and Sociological Perspectives, San Jose, 1974

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Bettelheim, Bruno, A tape that BB dictated at the end of his life, March 27, 1996

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Dutch Translation of Anne Frank Material by Claudia Swan, January 21, 1995

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Great Pioneers I, Panel at IACPAD Congress in Philadelphia; Neubauer; Erikson; Mahler; Spitz; Beneek; Blos; Dr. Ekstein; Bruno Bettelheim; Fritz Redl; Tokum, July 1974

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Great Pioneers II Anna Freud Message; No Q + A Recorded, undated

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Israeli Notes, undated

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Israeli Notes II, undated.

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Life of Bruno Bettelheim, January 22, 1997

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Lopate Show, undated

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Problems Case Seminar with Bruno Bettelheim, Psychotherapy Tape Library, undated

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Rosefeld, Alvin, March 29, 1993

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Studs Terkel with Richard Pollak, January 23, 1997

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Sutton Book Translation I, Session with Jared Stark, 6-21-95 and 6-28-95

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Sutton Book Translation II, Translation by Kristen Narklewicz, 8-4-95

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Sutton Book Translation III, Translation by Kristen Narklewicz Continued, undated

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Translation I, Doc. H; I; A-E; J, undated

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Translation II, J-M, undated

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Translation III, M-O, undated

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Translation IV, More documents, translation by Maya Kastler, 1-25-95

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Translation V, Christine Breede 9-19-95: Red Cross Document; Reparations 9-27-95; Reparations 10-17-95

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Translation VI, With C. Breede, December 18, 1995

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Translation French I, French A-H; K, L, undated

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Translation French II, L, Karlin Clips I, undated

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Translation French III, Karlin Clips Continued 18 A-P, undated

Subseries 3: Videotapes, 1976-1991

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Bettelheim Interview, The Today Show, 6-16-76

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Dick Cavett and Bruno Bettelheim, 5-8-79

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Deposition of Bruno Bettelheim, 11-19-81

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“Bruno Bettelheim: A Sense of Surviving,” written and produced by Michael Barnes, England, 1986 and rebroadcast on WNYC-TV, 1991

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Interview for ORF Television, Vienna, Austria, 1987

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Distinguished Scientific Award, presented by the Division of Psychoanalysis of the American Psychological Association, Boston, April 9, 1989

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Bettelheim and Ekstein Interview, January 10, 1990

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“Last Meeting with Bruno Bettelheim,” directed by Daniel Karlin, March 22, 1989

Series IV: Books and Journals

Subseries 1: Books Authored and Co-authored by Bettelheim, 1950 to 1993

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Love is Not Enough: The Treatment of Emotionally Disturbed Children. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1950

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With Morris Janowitz, Social change and Prejudice. London: The Free Press, 1950

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With Morris Janowitz, Dynamics of Prejudice: A Psychological and Sociological Study of Veterans. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1950

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Symbolic Wounds: Puberty Rites and the Envious Male. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1954

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Truants from Life: The Rehabilitation of Emotionally Disturbed Children. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1955

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Paul and Mary: Two Case Histories from Truants from Life. Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1955

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Pollak Notes in Symbolic Wounds, undated

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The Informed Heart: Autonomy in a Mass Age. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1960

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Dialogues with Mothers. Glencoe, Illinois: The Free Press, 1962

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The Empty Fortress: Infantile Autism and the Birth of the Self. New York: The Free Press, 1967

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The Children of the Dream: Communal Child-Rearing and American Education. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1969

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A Home for the Heart. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974

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Surviving and Other Essays. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1979

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Pollak’s Notes in The Children of the Dream, undated

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With Karen Zelan, On Learning to Read: The Child’s Fascination with Meaning. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1982

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Freud and Man’s Soul. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1983

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A Good Enough Parent: A Book on Child-rearing. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987

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The Uses of Enchantment: The Meaning and Importance of Fairy Tales. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989 [1976].

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Freud’s Vienna and Other Essays. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990

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With Alvin Rosenfeld, the Art of the Obvious: Developing Insight for Psychotherapy and Everyday Life, New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993 (Uncorrected Proof)

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Pollak’s Notes in Freud’s Vienna, undated

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Pollak’s Notes in A Good Enough Parent, undated

Subseries 2: Books and Journals on Bettelheim, the Orthogenic School, and Psychoanalysis, 1982 to 1997

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“Bruno Bettelheim’s Contributions to Psychoanalysis,” The Psychoanalytic Review, Volume 31, Number 3, Fall 1994

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Richard Pollak, The Creation of Dr. B: A Biography of Bruno Bettelheim. New York: Touchstone Simon & Schuster, 1997

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Educating the Emotions: Bruno Bettelheim and Psychoanalytic Development, ed. Nathan Szajnberg. New York: Plenum Press, 1992

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Jacquelyn Seevak Sanders, A Greenhouse for the Mind. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1989

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Milieu Therapy: Significant Issues and Innovative Applications, ed. Jerome Goldsmith and Jacquelyn Sanders. New York: The Haworth Press, Inc., 1993

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Tom Wallace Lyons, The Pelican and After: A Novel About Emotional Disturbance. Richmond, Virginia: Prescott, Durrell & Company, 1983

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Richard Sterba, Reminiscences of a Viennese Psychoanalyst. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1982

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Ernst Federn, Witnessing Psychoanalysis: From Vienna back to Vienna via Buchenwald and the USA. London: Karnac Books, 1990

Series V: Restricted

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Interview notes, CD-ROM, A-M

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Interview notes, CD-ROM, N-Z

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40. Audio cassette, "Helen Martinson," Chicago, 3-1-91

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54. Audio cassette, "Philip Goldbloom," 6-6-91

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69. Audio cassette, name withheld 9-17-91

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156. Audio cassette, "Paul," 2-3-93

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181. Audio cassette, name withheld, 6-12-93

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222. Audio cassette, "Barbara Kojak," 3-18-96