Collection  |  Manuscript/Mixed Material Frances G. Wickes papers,

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Title
Frances G. Wickes papers,
Summary
Correspondence; speeches and lectures; manuscripts of books, poems, dream journals, and miscellaneous writings by Wickes and others; case studies; notebooks; subject files; family papers; printed matter; drawings; and other papers pertaining primarily to Wickes's work as a Jungian psychologist and author. Subjects include psychoanalysis, child psychology, dreams, and the unconscious. Includes materials relating to her work with C. G. Jung, studies at the C.G. Jung-Institut in Zürich, Switzerland, and connections with the Analytical Psychology Club of New York and the New York Psychology Group. Drafts of her works include The Inner World of Choice (1963) and an unpublished novel, Susan: the Bridge Called Heritage. Also includes a firsthand description by Eudora Welty of a "Pageant of the Birds" ritual witnessed in an African-American church in Jackson, Miss., and a series of children's case studies obtained through Harriet E. Marks.
Includes correspondence and/or writings of Gerhard Adler, Gay Charteris, Sir Martin Charteris, Chung-Yuan Chang, George Dangerfield, Chauncey Shafter Goodrich, Martha Graham, George Hogle, Robert Edmond Jones, C. G. Jung, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Henry Alexander Murray, Muriel Rukeyser, Eudora Welty, and Thomas Wickes.
Contributor Names
Wickes, Frances G. (Frances Gillespy), 1875-1967.
Subject Headings
-  Adler, Gerhard,--1904-1988
-  Charteris, Martin,--Sir
-  Charteris, Gay
-  Chang, Chung-Yuan,--1907
-  Dangerfield, George,--1904-1986
-  Goodrich, Chauncey Shafter,--1920
-  Graham, Martha
-  Hogle, George
-  Jones, Robert Edmond,--1887-1954
-  Jung, C. G.--(Carl Gustav),--1875-1961
-  Luhan, Mabel Dodge,--1879-1962
-  Marks, Harriet E
-  Murray, Henry A.--(Henry Alexander),--1893-1988
-  Rukeyser, Muriel,--1913-1980
-  Welty, Eudora,--1909-2001
-  Wickes, Eliphalet,---1926
-  Wickes, Thomas
-  Analytical Psychology Club of New York
-  C.G. Jung-Institut (Zürich, Switzerland)
-  New York Psychology Group
-  African American churches--Mississippi--Jackson
-  African Americans--Religion
-  Child psychology
-  Dreams
-  Jungian psychology
-  Psychoanalysis
-  Psychology
Notes
-  Arranged in six series. Series 1: Family Papers, 1897-1955; Series 2: Correspondence, 1929-1968; Series 3: Writings, 1928-1966; Series 4: Subject File, 1927-1967; Series 5: Addition, 1896-1996; and Series 6: Restricted, 1929-1952.
-  Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Container number, Frances G. Wickes Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
-  Gift, Frances G. Wickes, Muriel Rukeyser, and others, 1966-1999.
-  Photographs transferred to Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
-  Author and psychologist. Born Frances Gillespy.
-  Collection material in English.
-  Finding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms010257
Medium
4,300 items.
18 containers.
7.2 linear feet.
Repository
Library of Congress Manuscript Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA dcu http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mss.home
Library of Congress Control Number
mm77045534
Access Advisory
Restrictions apply
Language
English
Description
Correspondence; speeches and lectures; manuscripts of books, poems, dream journals, and miscellaneous writings by Wickes and others; case studies; notebooks; subject files; family papers; printed matter; drawings; and other papers pertaining primarily to Wickes's work as a Jungian psychologist and author. Subjects include psychoanalysis, child psychology, dreams, and the unconscious. Includes materials relating to her work with C. G. Jung, studies at the C.G. Jung-Institut in Zürich, Switzerland, and connections with the Analytical Psychology Club of New York and the New York Psychology Group. Drafts of her works include The Inner World of Choice (1963) and an unpublished novel, Susan: the Bridge Called Heritage. Also includes a firsthand description by Eudora Welty of a "Pageant of the Birds" ritual witnessed in an African-American church in Jackson, Miss., and a series of children's case studies obtained through Harriet E. Marks. Includes correspondence and/or writings of Gerhard Adler, Gay Charteris, Sir Martin Charteris, Chung-Yuan Chang, George Dangerfield, Chauncey Shafter Goodrich, Martha Graham, George Hogle, Robert Edmond Jones, C. G. Jung, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Henry Alexander Murray, Muriel Rukeyser, Eudora Welty, and Thomas Wickes.
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