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Title
Alfred Adler papers
Type
Mixed Material
Subject
Adler, Alexandra, 1901-2001.
Adler, Freyda, 1908---Correspondence.
Adler, Kurt A. (Kurt Alfred), 1905-1997.
Adler, Raissa Epstein--Correspondence.
Allen, G. Margery--Correspondence.
Bottome, Phyllis, 1882-1963--Correspondence.
Einstein, Albert, 1879-1955--Correspondence.
Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939.
Gregersen, Halfdan, 1896-1980--Correspondence.
Sas, Valentine Adler, 1898-1942.
Adler family.
Adler family--Correspondence.
Cocoanut Grove (Boston, Mass.)--Fire, 1942.
Depression, Mental.
Dreams.
Labor camps--Soviet Union.
Multiple sclerosis.
Neurology.
Neuropsychiatry.
Post-traumatic stress disorder.
Psychiatry.
Psychoanalysts--Correspondence.
Psychology.
Psychotherapy.
Schizophrenia.
Suicide.
Visual agnosia.
Psychologists.
Language
English
English
German
Russian
Collection material in English and German, with Russian
Identified By
Lccn: mm83082306
Summary
Correspondence, memoranda, lectures, writings, reports, notes, patient case studies and record books, appointment book, certificates, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and other papers relating to Adler's career as a psychologist, his family, and the careers of two of his children, Alexandra Adler and Kurt A. Adler. Includes material pertaining to Alfred Adler's daughter, Valentina Adler Sas, and her life in the Soviet Union and death in a Soviet labor camp.
Includes a letter (1937) written by Albert Einstein comparing theories of Adler and Sigmund Freud. Other correspondents include Adler's wife, Raissa Epstein Adler, and their children; G. Margery Allen; and Phyllis Bottome, biographer of Adler.
Alexandra Adler's papers concern her personal life and career in neurology, neuropsychiatry, and psychiatry in Austria and the United States. Includes material documenting her work pertaining to post-traumatic stress disorder and to her study of the instances of multiple sclerosis and visual agnosia in victims of Boston's Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire in 1942. Correspondents include psychoanalysts and mentors in Vienna, Austria; Adler's husband, Halfdan Gregersen; and her brother, Kurt A. Adler, and his wife, Freyda Adler.
Kurt A. Adler's papers concern his career as a psychiatrist and relate to subjects including depression and suicide, dreams, psychotherapy, and schizophrenia.
Authorized Access Point
Adler, Alfred, 1870-1937. Alfred Adler papers, 1885-2001 (bulk 1928-1997)