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Closed, 1881-1982 (continued)
Bernays, Emmeline and Minna
Bernays, Minna, 1893 (Container 1)
Freud, Anna
From Freud, 1920-1938 (Container 2)
*General Correspondence
Blumenthal, Mr. [?], 1924 (Container 18)
Bornstain, M., 1920 (Container 18)
Breuer, Josef, Mathilde, and Robert
From Freud, 1889 , 1898 (Container 18)
To Freud, 1884
Jekels, Ludwig
Photocopies, 1909-1910 , 1922-1927 (Container 30)
Rie, Oscar
1921-1923 (Container 39)
Subject File
Allgemeines Krankenhaus, Vienna, Austria, patient case files
Originals,
*Set B, 1881-1883 (Container 45) See Oversize
Pocket notebooks (Containers 50)
1920s-1930s
1925
1930s *
Writings
*[1915] , “Traum vom 8/9 Juli Dr/Fr 3/4 2 beim Erwachen,” holograph manuscript and typed transcript (Containers 50 and OV 5)
Supplemental File
Subject File
Bonaparte, Marie, Princess
Freud letters copied for Anna Freud, 1926-1939 , 1954 (Container 51)
Breuer, Josef, page proofs of “Theoretisches,” Studien über Hysterie, 1894 (Container 51)Closed to preserve the original. A complete photocopy is available in Container 51
Eissler, K. R., explanation of a letter written by Freud to Judith Rie Rosenberg on 19 Apr. 1928, 1961 (Container 54) See also Container 35, Krafft, Margaret R.
Fichtner, Gerhard, guides to Freudiana
“Freuds Patienten,” 1979-1982 (Container 55)
BOX X 2Interviews and Recollections
Interviews (Container 112-119)
Freud, Ernestine Drucker, 1953 Closed until 2053
(3 folders)
Heller, Judith Bernays, 1953 Closed until 2057
(3 folders)
BOX X 3Weiss, Edoardo, 1952 Closed until 2057
Identity withheld
Interviewee A, 1956 Closed until 2038
Interviewee B, 1953 Closed until 2057
BOX OV 1-OV 20Oversize, 1859-1985
Writings, university and military records, legal documents, correspondence, patient case files, notes, exhibit material, newspaper clippings, family tree, sketch, photograph, and map and chart.
Arranged and described according to the series, containers, and folders from which the items were removed.
BOX OV 1Family Papers
Subject File
Freud, Amalia and Jacob
Miscellaneous legal documents, including Freud family birth and death data, 1859 (Container 13)
Digital content available
Freud, Josef, documents regarding conviction for counterfeiting rubles, 1865-1866 (Container 14)
Digital content available
General Correspondence
Fliess, Wilhelm, 1896-1897 (Container 26)
Digital content available
Jung, C. G.
From Freud
Originals, 1907 (Container 32)
Digital content available
Subject File
Allgemeines Krankenhaus, Vienna, Austria, patient case files
Originals
Set A, 1881-1883 (Container 45)
Digital content available
Set B, 1881-1883 (Container 45) See also Closed
Digital content available
Military records
Originals, 1886-1887 (Container 49)
Digital content available
Photocopies, 1885-1888 (Container 49)
Digital content available
Newspaper and magazine clippings
Photocopies and originals, 1932 (Container 49)
Digital content available
Patients
Notes, undated (Container 50A)
Digital content available
University records
Applications
As student, 1873 (Container 50A)
Digital content available
Certificate of classes taken, 1879 (Container 50A)
Digital content available
BOX OV 2  REEL 1Writings* (Container 50A)
Microfilm shelf no. 21,186
*Titles are cited as they appear on the manuscripts, with brackets denoting either a differing published title from that on the manuscript or a descriptive summary of material which remained untitled and/or unpublished. Dates bracketed after a title indicate the probable year a manuscript was written.
1877
“Beobachtungen über Gestaltung und feineren Bau der als Hoden beschriebenen Lappenorgane des Aals” [b]**, photocopy of printed publication
**Bracketed letters in lower case after an entry refer to the code used by James Strachey in Indexes and Bibliographies, volume 24 of The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud (London: Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-analysis, 1974) and, for works published after 1974, by Ingeborg Meyer-Palmedo and Gerhard Fichtner, Freud-Bibliographie mit Werkkonkordanz (Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer Verlag, 1989). The letter designations were established in these bibliographic guides for ordering purposes and do not necessarily reflect the sequence in which the manuscripts were written or published within a given year.
Digital content available
not filmedcirca 1882
“Verzeichnis der Briefe und Liebeszeichen die Ich von meiner theuren Martha erhalten habe,” holograph manuscript
Digital content available
not filmed1883-1886
“Unsere Geheim-Chronik begonnen am 25 Jan. 83,” holograph chronicle with alternating entries by Sigmund Freud and Martha Bernays on various dates in 1883, 1884, and 1886
Digital content not yet available
1884
“Die Struktur der Elemente des Nervensystems” [1882] [f], photocopy of printed publication
Digital content available
1885
“Beitrag zur Kenntnis der Cocawirkung” [a], offprint inscribed by Freud to Josef Breuer
Digital content available
“Ein Fall von Muskelatrophie mit ausgebreiteten Sensibilitätsstörungen (Syringomyelie)” [c], offprint inscribed by Freud to Josef Breuer
Digital content available
1886
“Beobachtung einer hochgradigen Hemianästhesie bei einem hysterischen Manne (Beiträge zur Kasuistik der Hysterie I),” with published response by Leopold Königstein [d]
Negative photocopy of printed publication
Digital content available
Offprint
Digital content available
Offprint inscribed by Freud to Josef Breuer, printed publication and photocopy of same
Digital content available
1887
“Kritische Einleitung in die Nervenpathologie,” photocopy of holograph manuscript
Digital content available
1892
“Probleme” [Draft A],* holograph manuscript
Digital content available
*Draft writings identified partially with a bracketed alphabetical designation from “A” to “N” refer to early Freud manuscripts as described and published in The Complete Letters of Sigmund Freud to Wilhelm Fliess, 1887-1904 (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1985), translated and edited by J. Moussaieff Masson.
1892-1894
[Translation of lectures by J. M. Charcot], holograph manuscripts described as Lecture I, pp. 12-13 (sheets 15-16), Lecture XVII, pp. 195-201 (sheets 11-22), and Lecture XVIII, pp. 202-208 (sheets 1-11)
Digital content available
1893
“Die Aetiologie der Neurosen” [Draft B], holograph manuscript
Digital content available
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