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RG-30.01,  Albert Kandelin, How it began, early 1950s

RG-30.02, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 - 1954

RG-30.03, Maimon Leavitt, By-Laws, revisions, January 1967

RG-30.04, Proposed By-Laws of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1960s

RG-30.05, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, LAPSI, 1958

RG-30.06, A letter to Dr. Robert Jokl from Dr. Paul Bergman, November 24, 1952

RG-30.07, Revissed manual for Training Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1961

RG-30.08, Instructions on Health-Sickness Rating Scale, the Menninger, 1952

RG-30.09, Research proposal for evaluation of psychotherapy, Dr. Donald Watterson,  1952

RG-30.10, Supplement to  Progress of the Health-Sickness Rating  Scale, 1952

RG-30.11, Albert Kandelin, About the Library, Simmel-Fenichel Library, 1960s

RG-30.12, A. Kandelin, The first official Psychoanalytic Society in California, 1965

RG-30.13, State University of New York, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1953-1954

RG-30.14, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, revised, 1951

RG-30.15, The Training School of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1952

RG-30.16, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, a required book list, ca 1952

RG-30.17, Statement of Principles, formation of a separate Institute, March 3, 1950

RG-30.18, By-Laws of Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, ca 1950

RG-30.19, Psychoanalytic and Psychiatry Bibliography, LAPSI, 1950s

RG-30.20, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, revised, ca 1951

RG-30.21, Answers to the questions of Dr. Mindlin, discourse, two institutes, 1950

RG-30.22, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, historical chronology

RG-30.23, Fund-Raising Project, 1950 - 1952, Albert Kandelin

RG-30.24, Letter to Noyes from Hendrick, exclusion of lay analysts, 1954

RG-30.25, from Henrick, President of APA to Brunswick, LA Psychoanalytic, 1955

RG-30.26, Brunswick fending off Hendrick at his accusations, January 1955

RG-30.27, To Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect, APA from Dr. Brunswick, relative to laymen in Psychoanalysis

RG-30.28, From Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, relative to laymen on the faculty, 1955

RG-30.29, A letter from Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect to Dr. Brunswick, support,  January 24, 1955

RG-30.30, From Brunswick to Windholz, alert, correspondence with Hendrick, 1955

RG-30.31, A letter to Brunswick from Gitelson, APA, relative to the Hendrick's discourse, January 25, 1955

RG-30.32, A letter from Windholz to Brunswick, support of the Brunswick response,  January 31, 1955

RG-30.33, Notification of mailing out the Hendrick correspondence of lay analysis, 1955

RG-30.34 Letter to Dr. Hendrick, President,  APA from Dr. Noyes, Americna Psychiatric Association, 1954

RG-30.35, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Tax exemption, Articles of Incorporation, 1947

RG-30.36, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Corporate classification, 1980

RG-30.37, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, amendments to By-Laws, 1961,1967

RG-30.38, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, report on general activity, 1947

RG-30.39, Reply from Hendrick to Brunswick relative to the Brunswick letter, lay analysis, February, 1955

RG-30.40, Provisions for prospective analysts, Society and Institute, LAPSI, 1959, 1960

RG-30.41, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April -June 1960

RG-30.42, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, January - April 1960

RG-30.43, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 1959

RG-30.44, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, November 1959

RG-30.45, To Hendrick, APA from Dr. Gitelson against instigating a conflict, January 6, 1955

RG-30.46, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - October 1959

RG-30.47, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April - May 1959

RG-30.48, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, June 1959

RG-30.49, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, February - March 1959

RG-30.50, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 1959

RG-30.51, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - December 1958

RG-30.52, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 1958

RG-30.53, LAPSI, Annual Report, Training School and Education Committee, 1958 -- 1959

RG-30.54, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Directors, academic year 1965 - 1966

RG-30.55, LAPSI, General Organization Chart, ca 1966

RG-30.56, LAPSI, Report of the Joint Committee on Mutual Problems, September 1966

RG-30.57, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, Committee on Mutual Problems, June 1966

RG-30.58, LAPSI, Society and Institute, Special Joint Business Meeting, September 22, 1966

RG-30.59, Written consent of members to Amendment, Articles of Incorporation,  LAPSI, February 1959

RG-30.60, Materials available on the Split by Ernst Lewy, ca 1960

RG-30.61, Ernst Lewy, state of affairs in Los Angeles psychoanalytic, notes, discourse ca 1950

RG-30.62, Ernst Lewy, reflections on the history of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930s -1940s, notes

RG-30.63, David Brunswick, Some political forerunners of the Split, recollections, ca 1960

RG-30.64, Discourse of the Split, Ernst Lewy, Albert Kandelin, ca 1960

RG-30.65, Ernst Lewy, Historical notes, prior to the Split, 1946 - 1950, June 1962

RG-30.66, Discussion on the Resolution proposed by Dr. Lewy, ca 1947

RG-30.67, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the state of affairs, 1948

RG-30.68, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, 1948

RG-30.69, Letter to Robert Knight from Ernst Lewy, June 1948

RG-30.70, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, June 11, 1948

RG-30.71, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 1949

RG-30.72, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, in German, July 16, 1949

RG-30.73, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 31, 1949

RG-30.74, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, November 17, 1949

RG-30.75, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben,  the Split discourse, March 7, 1950

RG-30.76,  The Split is Imminent. Education Committee Meeting, February 2, 1950

RG-30.77, Memorandum pertaining to the Split, from Ernst Lewy files, Kandelin,  1962

RG-30.78, Proposal for future regulation of Psychoanalytic training, Ernst Lewy, 1950

RG-30.79, Proposed By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, December 1966

RG-30.80, Ernst Lewy, Training regulations of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, ca 1950s

RG-30.81, Ernst Lewy, confidential memorandum of a London Plan, July 1949

RG-30.82, Ernst Lewy, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, classes offered, the summer term, March 1949

RG-30.83, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, August 27, 1949

RG-30.84, Ernst Lewy, Notes on Reorganization Plan, January 15, 1950

RG-30.85, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, the Philadelphia society, 1950

RG-30.86, Letter from Dr. Sydney Riddle to Edward Bibring,  Philadelphia Society, January 4, 1950

RG-30.87, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, Advisory Committee report, discourse, October 1949

RG-30.88, Memorandum presented to the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society by Dr. Pearson, November 4, 1949

RG-30.89, Formation of the new Psychoanalytic Institute, Philadelphia psychoanalytic society, November 24, 1949

RG-30.90, A memo from Ralph Greenson to Ernst Lewy, the Split discourse, January 5, 1950

RG-30.91, Appeal of Dr. Ernst Lewy to the  Old Guard, the Split discourse, January 3, 1950

RG-30.92, Ernst Lewy, A Plan for the reorganization of the Training School,  February 2, 1950

RG-30.93, Conclusive Minutes of Education Committee meetings, February 2 and 13, 1950

RG-30.94, Ernst Lewy, A Gentleman's Agreement, excerpts from the meetings on February 2 and  13, 1950

RG-30.95, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950

RG-30.96, Education Committee, special meeting, Setting parameters for the two Institute. February 13, 1950

RG-30.97, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950

RG-30.98, Substantiation for the establishing of two institutes, February 1950

RG-30.99, Statement to the candidates, formation of the second institute, February 16, 1950

RG-30.100, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, February 21, 1950

RG-30.101, A note from Eugene Mindlin to Charles Tidd, February 20, 1950

RG-30.102, From the Candidate Committee to Ernest Lewy, Discourse, February 20, 1950

RG-30.103, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Emanuel Windhols, discourse, February 22, 1950

RG-30.104, Meeting at Ernst Lewy home, preparation for the Split, minutes, February 25, 1950

RG-30.105, The Candidate Committee, question of the Split discourse, February 27, 1950

RG-30.106, Statement of Lawrence Friedman, discourse, March 1, 1950

RG-30.107, Ernst Lewy, note on a telephone conversation with Mindlin, February 28, 1950

RG-30.108, Statement for the candidates' meeting, March 3, 1950

RG-30.109, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, March 3, 1950

RG-30.110, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Fliess, discourse, March 11, 1950

RG-30.111, Ernst Lewy, completion of the Split, to APA, March 24, 1950

RG-30.112, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, March 29, 1950

RG-30.113, A letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, March 31, 1950

RG-30.114, A draft of the Gentlman's agreement, two institutes, February 13, 1950

RG-30.115, Application for the new Institute, Dr. Bibring, APA, April 3, 1950

RG-30.116, Substantiation of the cessationists, the formation of a new institute, April  6, 1950

RG-30.117, A letter to Ernst Lewy from M.A. Maeder, APA, April 13, 1950

RG-30.118, A letter from May E. Romm to Robert Knight, APA, April 12,1950

RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950

RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950

RG-30.121, Board of Prefessional Standards, pending the second institute, April 1950

RG-30.122, Ernst Lewy, misrepresentation of endorsement, April 17, 1950

RG-30.123, A letter from Robert Morse to May E. Romm, April 18, 1950

RG-30.124, A proposal for an operational agreement, LAPSI, May 1950

RG-30.125, Ralph Greenson, Memorandum, the new institute, May 11, 1950

RG-30.126, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, May 16, 1950

RG-30.127, The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, articles of incorporation, March 28, 1950

RG-30.128, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, APA, May 25, 1950

RG-30.129, A letter from Edward Bibring to Ernst Lewy, discourse, April 21, 1950

RG-30.130 Carel Van Der Heide, Memorandum, discourse, May 27, 1950

RG-30.131, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum, discourse, ca June 1950

RG-30.132, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, June 2, 1950

RG-30.133, Names of the resignen members of the secding group, June 8, 1950

RG-30.134, May E. Romm to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 19, 1950

RG-30.135, Loeb and Loeb to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 21, 1950

RG-30.136, The Split is Imminent. Scientific meeting, February 16, 1950, Ernst Lewy

RG-30.137, Letter from Gang, Kopp and Tyre to Walter Hilborn, LAPSI, June 1950

RG-30.138, Agreement between the two institutes, June 1950

RG-30.139, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, discourse, June 1950

RG-30.140, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, July 1950

RG-30.141, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, notes, July  6,1950

RG-30.142, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum to Frances Deri, December 15, 1950

RG-30.143, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Martin Grotjahn, December 19, 1950

RG-30.144, Letter from Ernst Lewy to May E. Romm, December 29, 1950

RG-30.145, A resignation letter from the seceding group, December 31, 1950

RG-30.146. Gang, Kopp and Tyre, tax exemption, the new institute, June 13, 1950

RG-30.147, A Letter from Martin Grotjahn to Ernst Lewy, December 1950

RG-30.148, Financial dealings between the two institutes, January 11, 1951

RG-30.149, Letter from May E. Romm to Charles Tidd, January 9, 1951

RG-30.150, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Paul Holmer, discourse, October 19, 1953

RG-30.151, A Letter from Paul Holmer to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 29,1953

RG-30.152, Letter from Lawrence Friedman to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 19, 1953

RG-30.153, Milton Miller, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950

RG-30.154, May E. Romm, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950

RG-30.155, Resignations of Briehl, Clinco, Frumkes, Hacker, Marmor, May 23, 1950

RG-30.156, Martin Grotjahn, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 26, 1950

RG-30.157, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, September 15, 1966

RG-30.158, Psychoanalytic Society, proposed By-Laws, ca 1960

RG-30.159, Psychoanalytic Society,  proposed By-Laws, December 15, 1966

RG-30.160, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, June 7, 1966

RG-30.161, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Membership roster, October 13, 1958

RG-30.162, LAPSI, Four-year courses of studies, description and literature, July 15,  1959

RG-30.163, LAPSI, Instructions for training analysts, November 24, 1959

RG-30.164, LAPSI, Structure of the Institute and Society, July 15, 1959

RG-30.165, LAPSI, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, October 1958

RG-30.166. Financial dealings between the two institutes, January, February 27, 1951

RG-30.167, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, April 28, 1963

RG-30.168. LAPSI, Curriculum and Bibliography, Spring 1952

RG-30.169, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, May 4, 1963

RG-30.170, A letter to Albert Kandelin from Emanuel Windholz, May 23, 1966

RG-30.171, A letter from Jeanetta Menninger to Albert Kandelin, September 26, 1966

RG-30.172, A letter from Virginia Eicholtz to Albert Kandelin, October 3, 1966

RG-30.173, Albert Kandelin, Ernest  Simmel and Schloss Tegel, ca 1960

RG-30.174, Albert Kandelin, Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, reference to a book, 1961

RG-30.175, Albert Kandelin, Memorandum of the Split, May 15, 1962

RG-30.176, Kandelin Dissension in Retrospect, February 10, 1963

RG-30.177, Kandelin, History Committee Report, June 16, 1966

RG-30.178, Kandelin, Laymen in California, Ernest Simmel writings, ca 1960s

RG-30.179, Letter from Ernst Simmel to Franz Alexander, May 31, 1938, discourse

RG-30.180, Dr. Greenson, Psychoanalysis comes to the West Coast, personal discourse, 1975

RG-30.181, Kandelin, Review of LA Psychoanalytic Society minutes, 1942 – 1953, June 1962

RG-30.182, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, May 8, 1969, minutes

RG-30.183, LAPSI, meeting for the candidates evaluation committee,  May 19, 1969

RG-30.184, Manual for psychoanalytic candidates, draft, revised, May 1969

RG-30.185, LAPSI, Coordinating council meeting, minutes, April 10, 1969

RG-30.186, LAPSI, Annual meeting of the faculty, minutes, April 22, 1969

RG-30.187, LAPSI, meeting of the faculty, meeting of the candidates evaluation, agenda, March 19, April 22, 1969

RG-30.188, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, March 13, 1969

RG-30.189, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, February 13, 1969

RG-30.190, Report on the Special Committee to Joint San Diego Training, ca 1969

RG-30.191, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates evaluation committee, February 11, 1969

RG-30.192, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, November 14, 1968

RG-30.193, LAPSI, meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, November 12, 1968

RG-30.194, LAPSI, Principles and Practice of Student Progression, workshop, Boston, May, 9, 1968

RG-30.195, LAPSI, Meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, October 10, 1968

RG-30.196, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, August 28, 1968

RG-30.197, LAPSI, Roster of analyzing instructors, July 1968

RG-30.198 LAPSI, meeting of the certification council, July 11, 1968

RG-30.199, LAPSI, Correspondence between Dr. Rosengarten and Dr. Futterman, October 1968

RG-30.200, LAPSI, Three-year Curriculum, 1950s

RG-30.201, LAPSI, a planned expansion for the LAPSI, Bulletin 1, 1950s

RG-30.202, LAPSI, Report of the Dean of the Training School, 1953-1957, June 1957

RG-30.203, Samuel Sperling, Ad Hoc Committee for the Society and Institute, ca 1965

RG-30.204, Report on Activities of Community Education Committee, 1967, 1968

RG-30.205, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Budget, 1967, 1968

RG-30.206, Correspondence between Dr. Grotstein and  Senator Charles Percy, June 1967

RG-30.207, Community education committee, meeting, minutes, November 27, 1967

RG-30.208, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, January 16, 1968

RG-30.209, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, March 25, 1968

RG-30.211, LAPSI, a seminar series, announcement, March-May 1968

RG-30.212, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meetings, minutes, December 5, 1967

RG-30.213, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meeting, minutes, October 12. 1967

RG-30.214, LAPSI, Business meeting, minutes, November 16, 1967

RG-30.215 Further suggested reorganization of the Society-Institute, 1960s

RG-30.216, Mandel - Walsh Affair, Society-Institute, January - March 1968

RG-30.217, The Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Amendment to By-Laws, January 25, 1952

RG-30.218, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, December 17, 1964

RG-30.219, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, November 19, 1964

RG-30.220, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Memorandum from Rangell, October 15, 1964

RG-30.221, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Bulletin No. 1, 1964

RG-30.222, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Special business meeting, June 25, 1964

RG-30.223, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964

RG-30.224, LAPSI, President Annual Report, Samuel Sperling, 1964

RG-30.225, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May, 1964

RG-30.226, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964

RG-30.227, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, September 16, 1957

RG-30.228, LAPSI, special business meeting, May 21, 1964

RG-30.229, LAPSI, Special business meeting, March 26, 1964

RG-30.230, LAPSI, Annual education committee meeting, June 3, 1965

RG-30.231, LAPSI, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, December 4, 1958

RG-30.232, LAPSI, Combined meeting of the Board of Trustees and Membership, June 10, 1965

RG-30.233, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 11, 1958

RG-30.234, Board of Trustees,  membership meeting, annual report, June 10, 1965

RG-30.235, President of the Institute and Society, address, Wilfred Bion, June 20, 1968

RG-30.236, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1968

RG-30.237, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 19, 1968

RG-30.238, LAPSI, Annual Business Meeting, June 20, 1968

RG-30.239, LAPSI, Committee on Child Analysis, provisions, July 22, 1968

RG-30.240, LAPSI, Kenneth Rubin, memo, June 20, 1968

RG-30.241 LAPSI, Melvin Mandel, Report of Community Education Committee, June 1968

RG-30.242, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1968

RG-30.243, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 18, 1968

RG-30.244, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1968, Greenson

RG-30.245, Mental Health, Coordinating Council, LAPSI, April 4, 1968

RG-30.246, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 29, 1968

RG-30.247, LAPSI, Meeting of the Board of Directors, October 2, 1969

RG-30.248, LAPSI, Composition of the committees,  members appointed, October 1969

RG-30.249, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1969

RG-30.250, Library Committee, memo from Thomas Mintz, September 16, 1969

RG-30.251, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1969

RG-30.257, LAPSI, Presidential Address, Arthur Ourieff, June 19, 1969

RG-30.259, LAPSI, Executive meeting, Community Education Committee, June 30, 1969

RG-30.260, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 19, 1963

RG-30.261, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1963

RG-30.262, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1963

RG-30.263, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 20, 1963

RG-30.264, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws Changes, 1963

RG-30.265, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws changes, provisions, 1963

RG-30.266, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 16, 1963

RG-30.267, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1963

RG-30.268, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1963

RG-30.269, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 14, 1963

RG-30.270, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 8, 1966

LAPSI, RG-30.271, Education Committee meeting, October 6, 1966

RG-30.272, LAPSI, Committees of the Institute, 1966 -- 1967

RG-30.273, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, September 8, 1966

RG-30.274, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 7, 1966

RG-30.275 LAPSI, from Ivan McGuire to Education Committee, 1966

RG-30.276, LAPSI, Annual Board of Trustees meeting, June 9, 1966

RG-30.277, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Director 1965 -- 1966

RG-30.278, LAPSI, Chairman of the Education Committee, report, 1965--1966

RG-30.279, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, May 12, 1966

RG-30.280, LAPSI, Study Curriculum, assignment of instructors, autumn, 1966

RG-30.281, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, June 2, 1966

RG-30.282, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, March 3, 1966

RG-30.283, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, April 7, 1966

RG-30.284, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 9, 1965

RG-30.285, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 6, 1966

RG-30.286, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, February 3, 1966

RG-30.287, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1966

RG-30.288, LAPSI, Annual meeting, June 16, 1966

RG-30.289, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 19, 1966

RG-30.290, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 21, 1966

RG-30.291, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 17, 1966

RG-30.292, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, March 17, 1966

RG-30.293, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 20, 1966

RG-30.295, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 16, 1965

RG-30.296, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 16, 1965

RG-30.297, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, November 18, 1965

RG-30.298, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 27, 1965

RG-30.299, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, October 21, 1965

RG-30.300, LAPSI, Report from the Program Committee, September 16, 1965

RG-30.301, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 16, 1965

RG-30.302, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 18, 1965

RG-30.303, LAPSI, Report of the Committee on Mutual Problems, March 18, 1965

RG-30.304, LAPSI, Scientifif meeting, March 18, 1965

RG-30.305, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, February 26, 1965

RG-30.298, LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, February 11, 1965

RG-30.307, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 21, 1965

RG-30.308, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 17, 1964

RG-30.309, LAPSI, Annual Education committee meeting, June 3, 1965

RG-30.310, LAPSI, Board of Trustees and Membership meeting, June 10, 1965

RG-30.311, LAPSI, Annual report of the Director, 1964-1965

RG-30.312, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, May 6, June 3, 1965

RG-30.313, LAPSI,  Faculty Appointments, April 1965

RG-30.315, LAPSI, Education committee meeting, March 4, 1965

RG-30.316, LAPSI, Metapsychology, the course assignments, winter trimester,  1962

RG-30.317, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 17, 1964

RG-30.319, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 19, 1964

RG-30.320, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1964

RG-30.321 LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, October 15, 1964

RG-30.322, LAPSI, Bulletin, No. 1, Leo Rangell, Bulletin, No.1, 1964

RG-30.323, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 25, 1964

RG-30.324, LAPSI, President's annual report, Samuel Sperling, June 18, 1964

RG-30.325, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964

RG-30.326, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May 1964

RG-30.327, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 26, 1964

RG-30.328, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 21, 1964

RG-30.329, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, Depression and the Incapacity to Bear It, February 26, 1964

RG-30.330, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964

RG-30.331, LAPSI, Scientific and business meetings, September 16, 1957

RG-30.332 LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1957

RG-30.333, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 18, 1958

RG-30.334, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1958

RG-30.335 LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1958

RG-30.336, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 19, 1958, Milton Wexler

RG-30.337, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, May 28, 1958

RG-30.338, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, By-Laws, May 28, 1958

RG-30.339, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 22, 1958

RG-30.340, LAPSI, Scientific and Business meeting, February 20, 1958

RG-30.341, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 19, 1967

RG-30.342, LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Clinic, present status, November 12, 1964

RG-30.343, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1963--1964

RG-30.344, LAPSI, Membership meeting, April 9, 1964

RG-30.345, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1962 -- 1963

RG-30.346, LAPSI, Lecture of D.W. Winnicott, October 3, 1962



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Title: History of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1950-1999Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1950 -- 1996

ID: RG-30/RG-30

Primary Creator: Dr. Vladimir Melamed (1980s -- 2020s)

Extent: 4.0 Boxes

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Subjects: A draft of the Gentleman's agreement for the Split, February 13, 1950, Agreement between LAPSI and Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S.CA, March 1950, Albert Kandelin, an inquiry of psychoanalytic history in San Francisco, 1966, Albert Kandelin, Ernst Lewy's files for the Split discourse, 1949 - 1950, Albert Kandelin, History of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1970, Albert Kandelin, Laymen in California, an essay, 1960s, Albert Kandelin, Memorandum pertaining to the Split, May 15, 1962, Albert Kandelin, notes and reflections on the Split, ca 1960, Albert Kandelin, prospective work on Analytic History, History Committee, 1966, Albert Kandelin, provisional state of historical documents, report, June 1966, Albert Kandelin, three years of works of the History Committee, report, June 1966, A letter from David Brunswick to Emanuel Windholz,reflections on the Hendrick's discourse, 1955, A letter from Dr. Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 31, 1949, A letter from Dr. Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 25, 1955, A letter from Dr. Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, June 11, 1948, A letter from Dr. Romm to Robert Knight, split discourse, April 12, 1950, A letter from Emanuel Windholz to David Brunswick, January 31, 1955, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, April 28, 1963, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, the Split discourse, March 7, 1950, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben in German, July 10, 1949, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben in German, November 17, 1949, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, February 13, 1950, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz relative to Dr. Brunswick letter to Hendrick, January 1955, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Paul Holmer, discourse, October 19, 1953, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Fliess, March 11, 1950, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, January 5, 1946, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, June 4, 1948, A letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, August 27, 1949, A letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, July 16, 1949, A letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, January 23, 1950, A letter from LeRoy Maeder to Ernst Simmel, April 13, 1950, A Letter from Martin Grotjahn to Ernst Lewy, December 1950, A letter from Maxwell Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 24, 1955, A letter from Robert Knight, APA to Ernst Lewy, split discourse, March 31, 1950, A letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, January 27, 1948, A letter from Robert Knight to Romm related with her distortion of the facts of the Split, 1950, A letter from Robert Morse to Dr. Romm, split discourse, April 18, 1950, A letter from Sydney Biddle to Edward Bibring, January 4, 1950, A letter to Albert Kandelin from Emanuel Windholz, May 23, 1966, A memorandum from Ralph Greenson to Ernst Lewy, January 5, 1950, American Psychoanalytic Association, discussions and meetings, A note from Eugene Mindlin to Charles Tidd, February 20, 1950, Another institute, Grotjahn, Miller, Romm, the Split, February 1950, A provisional agreement for splitting up on two organizations, Split, 1950, Ernst Lewy, A question from Dr. Ernst Lewy why Dr. Norman Levy has been appointed a training analyst May 1950, A resignation discourse with regard to descenders from LAPSI, 1950s, Articles of Incorporation of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S. California, March 1950, Board of Professional Standards regarding Institute of Psychoanalytic Medicine, Long Island, 1950, Board on Professional Standards, APA, recommendations on the splits of psychoanalytic institutions, Carel van der Heide, LAPSI, Dean of Training School, 1953, 1954, Collection of documents of the Simmel Family, in German, Albert Kandelin, 1966, Composition of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles in the 1930s, History, Controversies in the function of the Education Committee, discourse of the Split, 1950, Controversies of lay analysis, discourse, Correspondence between David Brunswick and Emanuel Windholz, 1955, Correspondence between David Brunswick and Maxwell Gitelson, APA, 1955, Correspondence between Ernest Lewy and Martin Grotjahn, 1950s, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Emanuel Windholz, 1950s, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Grete Ruben, 1949, 1950, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Henry Katz, 1950s, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Ralph Greenson, 1950s, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Robert Fliess, Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Robert Knight, 1940s, 1950s, Correspondence between Menninger and Simmel with regard to lay analysis, 1940, History, Kandelin, Correspondence between Sydney Biddle and Edward Bibring, 1950s, Correspondences between Albert Kandelin and Emanuel Windholz, 1960s, Correspondences between Ernest Lewy and Albert Kandelin, 1960s, Correspondences between LAPSI and S.CA Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, 1950s, Correspondences related to the question of lay analysis in LAPSI, 1955, Creation of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, its relation to the Society, 1949, David Brunswick, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954, David Brunswick, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1950s, David Brunswick, to his sins of omission, a meeting of July 7, 1947, Simmel deposed, David Brunswick, uncanny memories, vexation and reckoning, the meeting of July 7, 1947, Discourse of lay analysis in LAPSI, reflections on Ives Hendrick accusations, 1955, Discourse of psychoanalytic principles and provisions, Ernst Lewy, ca 1947, Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955, Discourse of the Split, 1950, Discourse of the Split in Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949, Discourse of the Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949, Dissension in Retrospect (the Split), Kandelin, February 1963, Division of funds between the LAPSI and S.CA Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, 1950, Document of Martin Grotjahn in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick, Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Lawrence Friedman, Documents of American Psychoanalytic Association in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Edward Bibring in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Emanuel Windholz in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. GHJ Pearson in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Henry Katz in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Robert Morse in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Dr. Romm in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Eugene Mindlin in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of LeRoy Maeder in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of London Institute of Psychoanalysis, Freudian, in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Milton Miller in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of Norman Levy in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s, Documents of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society in the NCP-LA Archive, Documents related to the Split of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles, 1950, Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee for the Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles, Dr. Albert Kandelin, History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles, Dr. Albert Kandelin, narratives, collection of historical materials, Psychoanalytic Society, 1960s, Dr. David Brunswick, Split related discourses and recollections, 1960s, Dr. Emanuel Windholz, psychoanalyst, Dr. Ernest Simmel, narratives, Schloss Tegel, Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute, Dr. Ernst Lewy, Director of the Institute and the Dean of the Training School, 1948 and later, Dr. Ernst Lewy, documents from the NCP-LA Archive, Dr. Ernst Lewy, efforts to preserve the Society and Institute undivided, January 3, 1950, Dr. Ernst Lewy, history of the split, ca 1960, Dr. Ernst Lewy, list of materials related to the Split of March 1950, Dr. Ernst Lewy, narratives, Dr. Gitelson advises David Brunswick to circularize his response to Hendrick, discourse, 1955, Dr. Henry Katz, a controversy between a deep psychology and simplification of the unconscious, 1949, Dr. Henry Katz, causes of the split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949, Dr. Henry Katz, division in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse, 1949, Dr. Henry Katz, emphasis on deep psychology in the study of unconscious, 1950, Dr. Henry Katz, Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949, discourse, Dr. May Romm, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, architect of the Split, Dr. Romm, distortion of the facts caused the Split, April 12, 1950, Early History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles, Education committee meeting, confrontation between traditionalists and cessationists, February 1950, Education committee meeting, Ernst Lewy is a proponent of a London plan, February 2, 1950, Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, I feel that the London plan is not acceptable, 1950, Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, one group versus another group, February 2, 1950, Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, there has to be a complete split, February 2, 1950, Education committee meeting, Tidd, Can we work together, February 2, 1950, Emanuel Windholz, support of Dr. Brunswick's response to Dr. Hendrick, discourse, 1955, Ernest Lewy, Seminar for movie-writers, in the letter to Kandelin, 1962, Ernst Lewy, a question of lay analysis was a secondary matter in the Split, in the letter to Ruben, Ernst Lewy, Confidential memorandum of the London Plan, July 27, 1949, Ernst Lewy, content of the London Plan of re-organization, July 1949, Ernst Lewy, hardship and difficulties to bring Maria's son to America, 1950, Ernst Lewy, how difficult to expedite immigration of his wife Maria son from Germany to America, Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, Director, 1953 - 1954, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum, split discourse, ca June 1950, Ernst Lewy, need for split, personal differences, January 1950, Ernst Lewy, need for split, scientific differences, January 1950, Ernst Lewy, notes on the re-organization plan, January 15, 1950, Ernst Lewy, notification for the American Psychoanalytic Association of the Split, March 24, 1950, Ernst Lewy, Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, predating the Split, June 1962, Ernst Lewy, Re-organization London Plan, 1949, Ernst Lewy, reference to the February 2, 1950 pre-Split meeting, in the letter to Grete Ruben, 1950, Ernst Lewy, reflection on the state of psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1946 --1950, notes, Ernst Lewy, reflections on the history of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930s - 1940s, discourse, Ernst Lewy, reflections on the state of psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1946, Ernst Lewy, reorganization plan for the Institute, January 1950, in the letter to Grete Ruben, 1950, Ernst Lewy, scientific works, Ernst Lewy, Tentative proposal for Future Regulation of Psychoanalytic Training, ca 1950, Ernst Lewy, the Split discourse, in the letter to Grete Ruben, March 7, 1950, Ernst Lewy, the state of affairs in Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1948, Ernst Lewy, to the Split, the division within the Institute existed for a long time, February 1950, Ernst Lewy and his wife Maria visited Germany in October of 1949, Maria saw her son, Ernst Lewy informs Henry Katz about the discourse initiated by Hendrick, APA, 1955, Ernst Lewy on the Split, confrontation with recent advancists, in a letter to Fliess, March 11, 1950, Ernst Simmel held a central position with regard to lay analysts, 1930s, Albert Kandelin, History, Ernst Simmel was the first physician analyst settled in Los Angeles in mid - 1930s, History, Etiology of the Split, analysis, 1950, Financial dealings between the two institutes, January 11, 1951, Forerunners of the Split, Recollections of Dr. Brunswick, May 1962, Frances Deri, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954, Funds paid to the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine by LAPSI, January 1951, Greenson, Evans, Newhouse, Rahman, Ruth Jaeger, the Old Guard, against Split, 1950, Greenson, impede appointment of training analysts, acceptance of applicants, approval of candidates, Greenson, we will not vouch for any training analysts that they could appoint, split discourse, 1950, Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, Director, Extension Division, 1953, 1954, Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954, Henry Katz, psychoanalyst, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, 1950s, 1960s, History Committee, begins to collect and narrate the documented history, 1964, History of Psychoanalysis in California, Albert Kandelin, History of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse by Sydney Biddle, 1950, History of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles after the Split, under May Romm guidance, Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicince of S. California, the purpose of corporation, March 1950, Kupper, Tidd, McGuire, Deri, Hanna Fenichel, Brunswick, the Old Guard, against Split, 1950, LAPSI, Articles of Incorporation, written consent of the membership to the Amendment, February 1959, LAPSI, A teaching and training programs, 1950s, LAPSI, By-Laws, Article I, Members, ca 1960, LAPSI, By-Laws, Article II, Dues and Fees, ca 1960, LAPSI, By-Laws, Article III, Admission to membership, ca 1960, LAPSI, By-Laws, Article V, Membership meetings, ca 1960, LAPSI, Curriculum and Bibliography, Spring 1952, LAPSI, Curriculum committee, composition, 1959, LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive, LAPSI, Elected officers and committees, By-Laws, December 1966, LAPSI, Faculty committee, composition, 1959, LAPSI, Fees and training grants, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, first year course, Child Psychoanalysis, Specialized (elective), 1959, LAPSI, first year course, Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique, 1959, LAPSI, first year course, General Theory of Neuroses, 1959, LAPSI, first year course, Hysteria and Phobias, 1959, LAPSI, first year course, Introduction to Ego Psychology, 1959, LAPSI, first year course, Obsessive-Compulsive Neuroses, 1959, LAPSI, first year course, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, 1959, LAPSI, Four-year courses of studies, description and literature, July 15,  1959, LAPSI, fourth year course, Child analysis, General, 1959, LAPSI, Lectures and seminars, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, lectures and seminars for analysts in training, 1959, LAPSI, Library Committee, composition, 1959, LAPSI, Personal analysis, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, Private practice of students, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, Psychiatric experience, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, Research Committee, composition, 1959, LAPSI, second year course, Clinical conference, Problem of Analyzability, 1959, LAPSI, second year course, Neurotic and Psychotic Depression, 1959, LAPSI, second year course, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, (II), 1959, LAPSI, second year course, Technique of Dream Interpretation, 1959, LAPSI, Selection of students, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, Selection of training analysts, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, Study, Teaching and Advancing of Psychoanalysis, By-Laws, December 1966, LAPSI, Supervision of clinical work, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, the personal analysis, discourse, 1959, LAPSI, third year course, Controversial concepts, 1959, LAPSI, third year course, Perversions, and Impulse Neuroses, 1959, LAPSI, third year course, Schizophrenia, Paranoid and allied disorders, 1959, LAPSI, Training in child analysis, training provisions, 1950s, LAPSI, training provisions and regulations, 1950s, LAPSI, Training School,  the stages of training, 1958, LAPSI, Training School, General Principles, 1958, Lawrence Friedman, his vision of the Split, March 1, 1950, Lewy, division in the Institute is due scientific differences and personal factors, Split, 1950, Lewy, Education Committee meeting, hostility and frictions, February 2, 1950, Lewy, Education Committee meeting, re-organization plan, February 2, 1950, Lincoln Rahman, LAPSI, Director, Psychoanalytic Clinic, 1953, 1954, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, Freudian conceptions, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, lectures and courses, the summer term, 1949, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 -- 1954, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, annual reports, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, Articles of Incorporation, 1959, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1946, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Membership roster, October 13, 1958, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, business meeting, agenda, September 22, 1966, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization, Los Angeles Society and Institute, a search for resolution of tensions and controversies, 1960s, Los Angeles Society and Institute, revised By-Laws, Membership, June 1966, Los Angeles Society and Institute, the Old Guard, 1950, Los Angeles Society and Institute, the revised By-Laws, Committee of Mutual Problems, June 1966, LSPSI, first year, Psychoanalytic theory of Instincts, 1959, Maria, wife of Ernst Lewy, met her son in German after ten years of separation, letter to Ruben, Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst, APA, Maxwell Gitelson supports LAPSI against accusation of Hendrick, 1955, Meeting at Ernst Lewy home, preparation for the Split, minutes, February 25, 1950, Meeting at the Ernst Lewy house, discussion of the present split discourse, April 15, 1950, Members of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles, 1930s, History of Psychoanalysis, Memorandum presented to Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society by Dr. GHJ Pearson, November 4, 1949, Menninger and Simmel, variance in perception of lay analysts, in correspondence, 1940, History, My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick, Notes of the meeting at Ernst Lewy's house, split discourse, April 15, 1950, Not to facilitate the further recognition of the other institute, the Lewy's group decision, 1950, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, controversies with regard to training methodology,  Biddle, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, History, Pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 2, 1950, Pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 13, 1950, Proposed By-Laws, LAPSI, December 15, 1966, Proposed By-Laws of the Institute and Society, LAPSI, 1960s, Provisions for the imminent division of the Society and Institute, February 13, 1950, Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions, Ralph Greenson, Memorandum, the new institute, May 11, 1950, Report of the History Committee, Albert Kandelin, June 16, 1964, Resignation expected from the former members of LAPSI who descended, Lewy, December 15, 1950, Romm, Split, confrontational position, 1950, San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, 1942, Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927, Southern California Psychiatric Society, history, Kandelin, 1970, Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse by Sydney Biddle, 1950, Statement of Lawrence Friedman, discourse, March 1, 1950, Structure of the Institute and Society, July 15, 1959, Substantiation for the establishment of two institutes, February 1950, Sydney Biddle with regard to the Split in Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1950, Teaching of Psychoanalysis, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1949, Tensions in the Society and Institute, 1940s, 1950s, The Candidate Committee, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1950, The course of the pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 2, 1950, The first nine directors of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S. California, March 1950, The formation of a separate institute was inevitable, 1950, The present Institute, Brunswick, Lewy, Deri, Greenson, Tidd, the Split, February 1950, The role of laymen in establishing of psychoanalytic institutions in California, early history, The Split on two psychoanalytic institutes, 1950, The view of the Freudian training analysts, Education Committee and the Institute, March 1950, Three members of the Education Committee will apply to form another psychoanalytic institute, Split, Ties between the two institutes, Martin Grotjahn in the letter to Ernest Lewy, 1950, Variants of actions with regard to the approval of the other institute, the Lewy's group, 1950, Walter Briehl, Exploratory Committee, 1949, Working on the content and phraseology of the imminent division, the Split, February 1950, Works of History Committee, presentations, 1960s

Languages: English, German

Abstract

This Collection is a conglomerate of professional and personal discourses relative to the continuity of teaching and research in Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles. It presents multiple and often controversial viewpoints on the theory and application of Psychoanalysis. Scientific, corporative and professional rivalry had been coming along the thorny process of the functionating of psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles. Inward and outward confrontation for many decades remained intrinsic to the very existence of psychoanalytic institutions in California vis-a-vis with the guiding organization, namely American Psychoanalytic Association.

This Collection, de-facto an Archive of LAPSi serves as an extensive narrative and  an existential survey on the landmarks of a historical discourse of Psychoanalytic Science in Los Angeles. This multi-vectorial work attempts to reveal the role of geo-political milieu, the influence of the leading scholars and the externalization of psychoanalytic institutions. Digitization of our archival documents and corresponding Collection-Building will serve as a premise for existential and psychoanalytic analysis. In the result, our growing Archival Collections shall become a public and educational source for psychoanalytic studies.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

These documents demonstrate often uncanny ramifications of theoretical and administrative transmutations experienced by the psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles as well as in America in the 1950s -- 1990s. These transmutations presented through the theoretical and administrative utterance that may be mutually refuted by the corresponding subjects.

Collection Historical Note

This Collection is a conglomerate of professional and personal discourses relative to the continuity of teaching and research in Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles. It presents multiple and often controversial viewpoints on the theory and application of Psychoanalysis. Scientific, corporative and professional rivalry had been coming along the thorny process of the functionating of psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles. Inward and outward confrontation for many decades remained intrinsic to the very existence of psychoanalytic institutions in California vis-a-vis with the guiding organization, namely American Psychoanalytic Association.

The elicited documents sensibly elucidate the often perplex edifice of psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles and elsewhere.

These documents demonstrate often uncanny ramifications of theoretical and administrative transmutations experienced by the psychoanalytic institutions in Los Angeles as well as in America in the 1950s -- 1990s. These transmutations presented through the theoretical and administrative utterance that may be mutually refuted by the corresponding subjects.

Use of digitized copies is preferred

History of psychoanalytic institution in Los Angeles begins in the mid of the 1930s with official establishment of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Group under the chairmanship of Dr. Ernest Simmel. He saw his goal to re-create and actualize the psychoanalytic institutions that he had been managing in Berlin, namely a Psychoanalytic Institute and Psychoanalytic Clinic. From 1938 to 1947, he continuously worked to implement the European-like psychoanalytic establishment in Los Angeles. It was exhausting, wearing and more importantly often a futile pursuit. American professional and business circles were foreign and unattainable to comprehend and support pure science and pure mental health caring.

Most of his efforts to solicit support for the Institute and Clinic faced a wall of indifference and denials. Although Dr. Simmel and several of his devoted colleagues, also from Europe, succeeded in a formal or rather virtual establishment of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis in 1946, the actual edifice of what still remained on paper. At this very time when this long-striving goal had become somewhat closer to implementation, the internal discontent, emanated from the strict proponents of pragmatic psychoanalysis, subordinated to the medical profession of psychiatry, culminated in crumbling of the entire edifice of the Dr. Simmel’s phantom of a full-fledged psychoanalytic institution.

A pragmatic group of the younger medical doctors raised on American, strictly medical and business-oriented tradition, then prevailed in Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society that de-jure had received vestiges of a psychoanalytic institute. In July 1947 this group, namely Dr. Romm, Dr. Grotjahn and Dr. Miller with the support of some others, deposed Dr. Ernest Simmel, then President of the Society and Chairman of Education Committee from all his posts. In November of the same year Dr. Ernest Simmel passed away.

From 1947 to 1950, the colleagues of late Dr. Simmel, by and large they were adherent to classical psychoanalysis, found themselves in a peculiar position. Reluctant to follow the suit of pragmatic and medicalized psychoanalysis, realizing its artifice and nature and that a subservient role invariably would await them, rose to emphatic claiming of the veracity in paradigms  and to the delineation between the concealed motifs and fundamental principles.

In the three-year period, the non-conformists or the followers of late Dr. Ernest Simmel had explicated an unwavering stance for the traditional scientific principles and by doing so, they had liberated themselves from the imposed on them medicalization of Psychoanalysis.

In 1949 – 1950, a clear rift between the two groups, namely the group adherent to the Freudian principles and tenets in perception and teaching of Psychoanalysis and the group of the younger members whose scientific credo was not so obvious had become apparent.

The cohort of those Freudian analysts who since the 1930s worked to advance the Freudian principles of Psychoanalysis as a science had been confronted for entangled reasons by the newcomers and secessionists whose scientific perspective was rather vague, but personal ambitions were well spelled out.

Dr. Ernst Lewy took upon himself a burden of carrying on the effort of preservation of a status quo that is keeping both parties under ‘one roof’, through the implementation of a London Plan. The nine-month efforts of communications, meetings, correspondences rendered no positive effect. The secession was imminent.

Dr. Ernst Lewy in alliance with David Brunswick, Frances Deri Ralph Greenson and Charles Tidd continued to keep with the Freudian tradition of scholarship and teaching. The newer member, namely Milton Miller, Martin Grotjahn and May E. Romm, characterized by a more formal than scientific differences in teaching approaches and more certainly of the personal discontent with the group maintaining the principles of Freudian school of thought, saw a resolution in separation and establishing a psychoanalytic institution of their own. They demonstrated no interest for a compromise and were indifferent to preservation of unity to Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis.

As we said earlier, the profound scientific and personal mistrust and full disapproval, especially on the part of Miller, Grotjahn and Romm had become fait accompli.

The meeting of Education Committee held on February 2, 1950, had become a conclusive demonstration that there was a point of no return.

Here are some excerpts from this proceeding:

Dr. Ernst Lewy: “The criticism has come from both sides, very definitely. This group has been accused of being rigid, orthodox, inflexible, closed-minded to so-called recent advances. Whenever such points as the pamphlet, proposals to the Board of Professional Standards, etc. were discussed, we had the differences of opinion on orthodoxy, cutting down hours, manipulation, etc.”

Dr. Tidd: “I am not entirely convinced that it is only a matter of theory that is involved. I think the personal differences are more important than the other. If it is correct that this present state of being is due to personal difficulties, we ought to face that and do something about it. The first question is: can we work together.”

Greenson: “Can we work together as we have been going or do we need a new way.”

Miller: There are certainly differences of opinion which should exist and od exist in every psychoanalytic organization. The peculiar thing about this group is the sharp demarcation, one group versus another group. There are many things we do not know and I want to know a lot more. I cannot foster this urge of mine in this atmosphere, it is just impossible.

My conclusion has been that there is only one possibility as far as a real solution is concerned and that is that there has to be a complete split.”

Miller: “You (Greenson) may feel you have the correct scientific point of view. My own point of views is just as doubtful of theories as yours. I fell there is a certain difference of thought and approach that always comes down to an emotional outburst, accusations of some kind or maneuvering. So much time is consumed by this it leaves little time for scientific matters. I feel that the time for a split has come in which each part can freely re-vitalize itself instead of trying to spend energy in keeping together. “

De facto, the proponent of holding up to the status quo and to follow the constructs of a London Plan and the utterly decisive proponent of the split have agreed to complete the arrangement for the division of the Institute on the next Education Committee meeting on February 13, 1950.

In the course of this last common meeting of the Education Committee, there was no longer theoretical discussions, but the technicalities of divisions came into fore. Then the members of both groups agreed to a provisional division of the funds in the proportion of 3/7 of each articles.

The stirring up tensions between the two groups engendered an unraveled statement and the ensuing act on the part of “old guard.”

They issued a Memorandum of Principles or rather The Declaration of Separation was rather modestly entitled as Statement for the Candidates’ Meeting, March 3, 1950. In this four-page document, David Brunswick, Frances Deri, Ralph Greenson, Ernst Lewy and Charles Tidd, clearly delineated the fundamental principles of Psychoanalysis, the Classical Psychoanalysis, as they called it from the revisionists and unequivocally rejected conformity with business-oriented pragmatism in Psychoanalysis.

The other group or how they commonly were referred to as secessionists, energetically commenced activities that enabling them the establishment of an independent psychoanalytic entity, namely The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of Southern California.

They applied to American Psychoanalytic Association for recognition as soon as March 1950. They urged the respective committees of the APA to accelerate the rendering of a positive decision. As early as in May 1950, this group submitted the Articles of Incorporation to the local authorities and registered this Institute as the Non-Profit Corporation with the proper Californian authorities.

The Articles of Incorporation listed the first time nine Directors of this corporation. Those were all the major secessionists and their followers, all were former members of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis.

Here are their names: Dr. Milton Miller, Dr. Norman Levy, Dr. Walter Briehl, Dr. Martin Grotjahn, Dr. May E. Romm, Dr. Judd Marmor, Dr. Arthur A. Clinco, Dr. Frederick Hacker, Dr. George Frumkes.

In the course of 1950, The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of Southern California was recognized by American Psychoanalytic Association. By the end of December 1950, its leadership submitted formal resignation from all trusteeship, executive and education committee positions that they previously held to the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis. The division of funds had begun in 1950 and was completed in 1951.

Although the formalities have been settled, the ramifications of the Split have had a long, protracted and continuous effect on the discourse of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles and elsewhere.

The Document provisioned: “the formation of a separate Institute was indicated. The profound Six non- negotiable Principles were hereby stated.

In the future discourses, dated largely by the period of 1960s, the division onto two separate institute would be referred as The Split. This term has de-facto entered into the historiography about Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles and since then is commonly referred as The Split. In the same historiography the role of a personal factor has also gained a status of its own. We also believe that the role of personalities was divisive and eventually determined the course onto imminent division.

The Creators of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (proto-LAPSI), although being the most affected by the conformists and by the discordance to the moral principles, nevertheless reflected on the personal factor as follows, “The question of personal and emotional factors as the basis for this separation has been frequently raised. There is no doubt that personality factors are interwoven with the scientific differences that does add to the incompatibility.”

The utterance inferred in the statement, “It is believed that the formation of two separate Institutes will make possible a more cordial scientific atmosphere, since it will do away with much of the latent hostility that existed until now.”

This Statement was signed by David Brunswick, Frances Deri, Ralph Greenson, Ernst Lewy and Charles Tidd.

Then the Constitution and By-Laws of the Society and Institute were drafted and after several revisions, adopted in April 1951.

The Article III, Membership, would become a platform for the adherence to the position of non-conformism as well as for plausible concessions to the realities of American psychoanalytic establishment.

Thus, active membership was open only for physicians (doctors of medicine) who shall have completed training in psychoanalysis in accordance with the Standards established by the American Psychoanalytic Association or have been regular or associated members in good standing of an affiliate society of the American or International Psychoanalytic Association.

Provisions with regard to Accredited Membership was formulated in a defiance to the expectations of American Psychoanalytic Association and soon will have vexed this Association.

This membership remained open to those medical doctors who did not have a medical license for practicing in California.

The next provision with regard to accredited membership was an emphatic and strenuous manifestation for the non-renunciation of their fundamental principles.

Most importantly accredited membership remained open for non-medical psychoanalysts who were accepted for training before June1, 1938 by an Institute recognized by the American or International Psychoanalytic Association and whose training in Psychoanalysis has conformed to the standards for the training of medical psychoanalysts.

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis also established in 1950 according to its By-Laws had been organized to instruct properly qualified physicians in the theory, technique and application of Psychoanalysis as developed by Sigmund Freud and his pupils.

The Institute strives to acquaint other qualified individuals in related professional, academic and educational field with those subjects of Psychoanalysis that are pertinent to their respective fields.

The Institute will conduct research in development in the theory, technique and applications of psychoanalysis.

The Institute should provide a consultation service for and facilities for psychoanalytically oriented treatment of personality disturbances in individuals of limited means and to further such other useful applications of Psychoanalysis as may become practicable.

From the beginning of 1955, the correspondences between American Psychoanalytic Association and Dr. David Brunswick, then President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, manifested a disquieting stance on the part of Dr. Hendrick, President of the American.

On behalf of the American, Dr. Hendrick expressed impeding facts that in the view of the medical colleagues are problematic if not incompatible with the standards of American Psychoanalytic Society.

Largely this facticity did not correspond neither to the letter of the American’s standards nor it was credible in term veracity and actuality. By and large the Hendrick’s letter reflected his personal viewpoint that to some degree had been instigated by the letter of Dr. Noyes, President of American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Noyes perhaps had personal or other reasons to view the Los Angeles psychoanalytic institutions in the light of dissent.

For example, Dr. Hendrick wrote: “The fact is that during my term of office I have had several communications from our members by letter and have heard several references in committee to the lay instructors and to the situation in your society.”

Hendrick’s projections on the future of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society (he perhaps meant the Institute as well) were rather grim. He concluded his letter with such predictions: “But I do believe that in the long run this problem in Los Angeles will inevitably create major difficulties, not only for the American Psychoanalytic Association, but for your own Society in its relationship to the medical profession.”

This letter became so-to-speak an open letter for the colleagues in the American and from other psychoanalytic societies commenced its circulation between the membership.

On January 20, 1955, Dr. David Brunswick, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society refuted the accusations of Dr. Hendrick and ad hoc copied the correspondences to his colleagues in Los Angeles and to the other psychoanalytic societies.

Dr. Brunswick firmly and consistently clarified the imposed on the Los Angeles psychoanalytic organization deficiencies. He repudiated the warranty of the erroneous and imputed facticity. His letter was highly regarded even by the colleagues from the American Psychoanalytic Association.

The refutation was presented in the fact-by-fact manner.

Discussion in your correspondence pertain to the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis rather than to the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society.

Our training analysts and lecturers do not offer instructions in ‘psychotherapy’ but in psychoanalysis.

Our non-medical personnel have been appointed in conformity with the 1938 Resolution with the approval of the American Psychoanalytic Association and has functioned with its continued approval.

The APA clause of 1938 does not jeopardize the future status of the laymen who at the date of adoption of this resolution are already trained or in training for the practice of Psychoanalysis. It is in conformity with the second half of this paragraph (3) that the appointment of non-medical instructors in our Institute have been made.

I believe that the difficulties have come not from training by laymen but from the training (suspected or actual) of laymen.

It seems that the strength of your feelings about all these questions caused you to exaggerate our ‘wickedness’.

On your last page you express the opinion that ‘this problem in Los Angeles will inevitably create major difficulties not only for the APA but for your own Society in the relationship to the medical profession’. I want to point out, Dr. Hendrick that so far we have not had any such difficulties.

We do not expect to have any such difficulties unless they should be stirred up from outside. We hope that you are knowing the facts will help to prevent any such unwarranted stirring up.

Since this correspondence went on in open circulation many colleagues manifested support to Dr. Brunswick position and in general criticized the negative approach taken by Dr. Hendrick.

Among other letters of support, we shall emphasize the turn to a moderate policy and tolerance taken by the APA’s President-Elect Dr. Maxwell Gitelson.

President-Elect Dr. Gitelson expressed his disagreement with the position taken by the sitting President Dr. Hendrick. Dr. Gitelson outline his perspective in the letter sent on January 6, 1955 to Dr. Hendrick.

I am rather distress by your letter of January 4 addressed to Dr. Brunswick, President of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society.

In the first place, the problem is one that does not technically refer to the Society but to the Institute of the Los Angeles Society. But, more important, I feel that it is a mistake to stir up new particular issue at this time when there are so many really important comprehensive problems with which we are concerned and which I think should have priority before particulars are attended to.

For these reasons I do not think it is advisable at this time to open up the matter of the role of lay analysts on the faculty of the Los Angeles Institute. I see nothing but the stirring up of fruitless conflict.

In the beginning of the 1960s, the Society, the Institute and the Training School had become experience difficulties in efficacy of scholarship and management. The functions of the committees, primarily with regard to the Education Committee stretched and overlapped, thus by far making complicated the functioning of the Organization as a whole psychoanalytic institution.

In 1964, the Joint Committee on Mutual Problems of Society and Institute was appointed. This Committee was entrusted with finding the flaws and incoherencies in the three branches of the LAPSI. To see a broader picture, the Committee had to analyze the possible historical causations of the currently experienced disfunctions.

The Committee continued the search for problematic functioning in the course of two years. They have found those areas of which the engendering difficulties could affect the Dysfunctioning of the entire Organization.

On September 15, 1966, the Committee submitted the Report and Recommendations. They have determined specific organizational, administrative and scientific issues, causing ‘the mutual problems’. Resultant of the domineering inconsistencies have been the following problems: Confusion, Poor Communication, Encouragement of Rivalry and Divisive Political Power Orientations. The effective disenfranchisement of the Institute membership in Institute affairs. The ineffective organization and use of faculty. The autonomous, self-perpetuating function of the Education Committee in running the Training School and to some considerable extent the Institute. The personal and political power structures and confrontations fostered by the above rather than dissipated. The inhibition and stultification in controlling structures that had not adapted to changing needs of a developing group. The broad problem of the infant science and revolutionary movement come upon premature middle-age. It is a need to maintain flexibility but avoid expedience.

The Committee, chaired by Dr. Maimon Leavitt, suggested a clearly delineated subdivision, namely between the Society, Institute and Training School. The power of the committees shall be vested in the authority and responsibility of the membership and be exercised their elected officers. The school will be operated independently by its faculty, the psychoanalysis of candidates will be separated from the general teaching functions and administrative necessities of a training school.

Accordingly, a new By-Laws have been narrated that ideally should have reflected the suppositions of improvements outlined by the Committee. There were several versions of the By-Laws with regard to the revised narratives.

In December of 1966 the new By-Laws have been proposed. The name of the organization was changed to the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (the Society-Institute) and so was its structure.

RG-30.01, Albert Kandelin, How it began, early 1950s

Creator,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles

Albert Kandelin, History of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1970

Southern California Psychiatric Society, history, Kandelin, 1970

Walter Briehl, Exploratory Committee, 1949

San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, 1942

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1946

Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.02, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 – 1954

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Carel van der Heide, LAPSI, Dean of Training School, 1953, 1954

David Brunswick, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954

Diana Howard, LAPSI, Executive Secretary, 1953, 1954

Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, Director, 1953 - 1954

Frances Deri, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954

Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, Director, Extension Division, 1953, 1954

Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954

Lincoln Rahman, LAPSI, Director, Psychoanalytic Clinic, 1953, 1954

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 -- 1954

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, annual reports

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, officers, names. 1953, 1954

Richard Evans, LAPSI, lecturer, 1953, 1954

Ralph Greenson, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Robert Jokl, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Ivan McGuire, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Carel van der Heide, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Charles Tidd, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Annual Report, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Structure by committees, 1953-1954

LAPSI, The Training School, program, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Clinic, purposes and works, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Extension Division, courses, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Statement of financial assessment, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Diana Howard, LAPSI, Executive Secretary, 1953, 1954

Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, Director, 1953 - 1954

Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Frances Deri, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954

Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, Director, Extension Division, 1953, 1954

Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954

Ivan McGuire, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Annual Report, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, Extension Division, courses, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Clinic, purposes and works, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Statement of financial assessment, 1953-1954

LAPSI, Structure by committees, 1953-1954

LAPSI, The Training School, programs, 1953-1954

Lincoln Rahman, LAPSI, Director, Psychoanalytic Clinic, 1953, 1954

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 -- 1954

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, annual reports

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, officers, names. 1953, 1954

Ralph Greenson, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

Richard Evans, LAPSI, lecturer, 1953, 1954

Robert Jokl, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953-1954

RG-30.03, Maimon Leavitt, By-Laws, amendments, January 1967

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Maimon Leavitt, LASPIS, Director, memos, 1960s

LAPSI, Business meetings, 1960s

LAPSI, Institute and Society, elections, 1960s

LAPSI, Business meeting, January 26, 1967

LAPSI, By-Laws and revisions, 1960s

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.04, Proposed By-Laws of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1960s

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

LAPSI, By-Laws and revisions, 1960s

Proposed By-Laws of the Institute and Society, LAPSI, 1960s

LAPSI, the Institute and Society, structure, 1960s

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.05, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, LAPSI, 1958

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

LAPSI, Manual for Psychoanalytic Candidates, 1958

Psychoanalytic candidates, personal analysis is integral part of the training program, LAPSI, 1958

LAPSI, training structure, 1958

LAPSI, lectures and seminars, structure, 1958

LAPSI, Colloquium I, informal oral examination, 1958

LAPSI, Supervised clinical work, structure, 1958

LAPSI, Colloquium II, after candidate completed the courses, 1958

LAPSI, Requirements for graduation, 1958

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, membership roster, 1958

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.06, A letter to Dr. Robert Jokl from Dr. Paul Bergman, November 24, 1952

Creator,

Dr. Paul Bergman, psychoanalyst, scholar

Subjects,

Dr. Robert Jokl, psychoanalyst, scholar, LAPSI

Dr. Paul Bergman, psychoanalyst, scholar, the Menninger Foundation

A letter from Paul Bergman to Robert Jokl, November 24, 1952

Documents of Paul Bergman in the NCP-LA Archive

Documents of Robert Jokl from NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.07, Revised manual for Training Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1961

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

LAPSI, A revised manual for training analysts, 1961

LAPSI, Committees of the Training School, 1961

LAPSI, Admission Committee, Training School, 1961

LAPSI, Curriculum Committee, Training School, 1961

LAPSI, Faculty Committee, Training School, 1961

LAPSI, Committee on Child Analysis, Training School, 1961

LAPSI, Bulletins, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.08, Menninger Foundation, Instructions on Health-Sickness Rating Scale, 1952

Creator,

The Menninger Foundation

Subjects,

The Menninger Psychiatric Clinic, 1930s -- 1950s

The Menninger Psychiatric Clinic, instructions and guidelines

Menninger Psychiatric Clinic, Instructions for Health-Sickness rating scale, 1952

Criteria for evaluation and treatment, Menninger psychiatric clinic, 1952

Definitions of scale points, Menninger Clinic, 1952

Examples of scale points, Menninger Clinic, 1952

Sample case descriptions, Menninger Clinic, 1952

Documents from the Menninger Clinic in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.09, Research proposal for evaluation of psychotherapy, Dr. Donald Watterson, 1952

Creator,

Donald Waterson, psychiatrist

Subjects,

Evaluation in Psychotherapy, conceptions

Donald Watterson, Research Proposal for Evaluation of Psychotherapy, Menninger Clinic, 1952

Donald Watterson, developing of scale for rating mental health, 1952

Psychotherapy, methods and discourse, 1950s

Documents of Donald Watterson in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.10, L. Luborsky, Supplement to Progress of the Health-Sickness Rating Scale, 1952

Creator,

Dr. L. Luborsky, psychiatrist

Subjects,

Health-Sickness rating scale in Psychotherapy, 1950s

L. Luborsky, Reliability Studies of Health-Sickness Scale in Psychotherapy, 1952

Psychotherapy, conceptions and discourse

Documents of Dr. L. Luborsky in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.11, Albert Kandelin, About the Library, Simmel-Fenichel Library, 1960s

Creator,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

Albert Kandelin, Simmel-Fenichel Memorial Library, narrative, 1960s

Collection of the Freud-Simmel correspondence, rescued by Frances Deri

Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s

Dr. Nunes communicated to Dr. Kandelin the principles of archiving the documents of the Society 1962

Inception of the Library relates to 1935, Kandelin, 1960s

LAPSI, 344 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, CA

Peter A. Tararin, M.S.L.S., Librarian, The Simmel-Fenichel Memorial Library

School for Nursery Years, 512 N. Rossmore Ave., Los Angeles, 1940

School for Nursery Years, endorsed by Dr. Simmel, 1940

School for Nursery Years since 1945 was located on Alfred St., Los Angeles, Kandelin, 1960s

Simmel-Fenichel Library becomes an official repository in 1952, Kandelin, 1960s

Simmel - Fenichel Memorial Library, collection of literature and bibliography of psychoanalysis, NCP

Simmel-Fenichel Memorial Library contains about 2000 books, Kandelin, 1960s

Society and Institute, 407 Commercial Center St. BH, for short time, Kandelin, 1960s

Society and Institute were founded in 1946, Kandelin, 1960s

The School for Nursery Years was founded in 1940, Kandelin, 1960s

Zettlin and Ver Brugge Booksellers, Los Angeles, Freud-Simmel correspondences

RG-30.12, A. Kandelin, The first official Psychoanalytic Society in California, 1965

Creator,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

Ernest Simmel, lay analysts have merit to psychoanalytic practice in Los Angeles

Ernest Simmel, personal history, scholarship and social standing

Ernest Simmel, scientific work in Los Angeles since 1934

History of Psychoanalysis

History of Psychoanalysis in California, Albert Kandelin

Lay analysis is seen as disadvantage to medical profession in America, continuous controversies

The role of Dr. Ernest Simmel in formation of psychoanalytic studies in California

Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s

Documents of Albert Kandelin in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.13, State University of New York, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1953-1954

Creator,

Psychoanalytic Institute, State University of New York

Subjects,

Psychoanalytic Institute, New York, 1950s

Psychoanalytic Institute of New York, structure and faculty, 1950s

Mission of the Psychoanalytic Institute of New York, 1950s

Psychoanalytic Institute in New York, psychoanalytic medicine, 1950s

Psychoanalytic Institute in New York, Curriculum, 1950s

Psychoanalytic institutions, teaching and research

Documents of the Psychoanalytic Institute in New York in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.14, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, 1951

Creator,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, founding documents, 1950s

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, 1951

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Articles of the Constitutions, 1951

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, provisions, categories of membership, 1950s

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, By-Laws, articles, 1951

Documents of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.15, The Training School of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1952

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Training School, 1950s

LAPSI, The Training School, mission statement, 1952

LAPSI, The Training School, Requirements for Admission, 1952

LAPSI, The Training School, the Preparatory (Personal) Analysis, 1952

LAPSI, The Training School, Supervised clinical work, provisions, 1952

Documents of the Training School, LAPSI, 1950S, in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.16, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, a required book list, ca 1952

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

LAPSI, bibliography, reading lists

LAPSI, required book list, ca 1952

Psychoanalytic literature recommended for training, LAPSI, CA 1952

LAPSI, Documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.17, Statement of Principles, formation of a separate Institute, March 3, 1950

Creators,

Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, scholar (1944 -- 1963)

Frances Deri, psychoanalyst, scholar (1930s -- 1960s)

Ralph Greenson, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst (1911 -- 1979)

Dr. Charles Tidd, scholar, psychoanalyst (1935 -- 1950)

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Statement of principles, Lewy, Deri, Greenson, Brunswick, Tidd, 1950

Dissension, discourse and the political narrative, 1950

Causation for the Split, inevitable causes, 1946 --- 1950

Disagreement in the light of personal and conceptional factors, two narratives, 1950

The formation of a separate institute was inevitable, 1950

Scientific concepts of the non-split group, 1950

Personality factors are relative to the scientific differences, separation on two institutes, 1950

Formation of two psychoanalytic institute in Los Angeles, discourse, 1950s

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.18, By-Laws of Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, ca 1950

Creator,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (1950s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, By-Laws, ca 1950

LAPSI, mission statement, ca 1950

LAPSI, divisions of the Institute, ca 1950

LAPSI, members, provisions, ca 1950

LAPSI, officers, provisions, ca 1950

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.19, Psychoanalytic and Psychiatry Bibliography, 1950s

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry, bibliography, LAPSI, 1950s

Literature on Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry, LAPSI, 1950S

LAPSI, teaching Psychoanalysis, bibliography, 1950s

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.20, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, revised, ca 1951

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (1950s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, revised, ca 1951

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, revised, ca 1951

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.21, Answers to the questions of Dr. Mindlin, discourse, two institutes, March 1950

Creators,

Dr. Charles Tidd, scholar, psychoanalyst (1935 -- 1950)

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, scholar (1944 -- 1963)

Frances Deri, psychoanalyst, scholar (1930s -- 1960s)

Ralph Greenson, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst (1911 -- 1979)

Subjects,

Etiology of the Split, analysis, 1950

Discourse of the Split, 1950

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.22, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, historical chronology

Creator,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, historical chronology, Albert Kandelin, 1963

Thomas and Margrit Libbin arrive in Los Angeles, 1927

David Brunswick arrives in Los Angeles, 1930

Ernest Simmel arrives in Los Angeles, 1934

Psychoanalytic Study Group of LA is organized, 1935

Ernest Simmel, first President of the Psychoanalytic Group, 1935

Otto Fenichel arrives in Los Angeles, 1938

First West Coast Psychoanalytic meeting, March 1940

School for Nursery Years is founded, 1940

The San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society is founded, 1942

Dian Howard employed by Dr. Simmel as Secretary for the Society, 1944

School for Nursery Years located at 563 N. Alfred Street, Los Angeles, 1945

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society is founded, 1946

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Institute is founded, 1946

Otto Fenichel died on January 22, 1946

The San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute is founded, 1947

Ernest Simmel died on November 11, 1947

The Split on two psychoanalytic institutes, 1950

LAPSI office and auditorium located at 344 N. Bedford Drive, Beverly Hills, 1953

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s

RG-30.23, Fund-Raising Project, 1950 - 1952, Albert Kandelin, 1962

Creator,

Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee (1961 - 1965)

Subjects,

History Committee of the Psychoanalytic Society, 1961 - 1965

History of the Society-Institute, 1950s

Documents of Albert Kandelin in the NCP-LA Archive

Dr. Albert Kandelin, History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles

Albert Kandelin trained in psychoanalysis by Dr. Ernest Simmel, Brunswick

Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s

Fund-Raising Project, Society-Institute, 1950 -- 1952

Ernest Lewy, Fund-Raising Project, Society-Institute, 1950 -- 1952

Ernest Lewy, Fund-Raising Project, Society-Institute, discourse

Ernest Lewy, History of the Drive against Fund-Raising and related Matters, 1951, narrative

Documents of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.24, Letter to Noyes from Hendrick, exclusion of lay analysts, December 1954

Creator,

Ives Hendrick, President of APA, co-founder of Boston Psychoanalytic Society

Subjects,

Ives Hendrick, President of APA, Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute

Arthur Noyes, psychiatric hospital administrator President of American Psychiatric Association 1950s

Correspondence between Ives Hendrick and Arthur Noyes, 1950s

To the question of lay analysis in LAPSI, Arthur Noyes, December 1954

A letter from Ives Hendrick to Arthur Noyes, LAPSI, December 1954

APA, Minimal Standards for the Training of Physicians in Psychoanalysis, 1938

The 1938 Provisions for lay analysts, exceptions

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Documents of Ives Hendrick in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.25, from Henrick, President of APA to Brunswick, LA Psychoanalytic, January 4, 1955

Creator,

Ives Hendrick, President of APA, co-founder of Boston Psychoanalytic Society (1898 -- 1972)

Subjects,

Correspondence between Ives Hendrick and David Brunswick, 1955

A letter from Ives Hendrick to David Brunswick, January 4, 1955

Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955

Ives Hendrick, deviation from the APA standards in Los Angeles Society-Institute, 1955

Ives Hendrick, a negative role of lay analysis in the letter to Brunswick, January 4, 1955

Documents of Ives Hendrick in the NCP-LA Archive

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.26, Brunswick fending off Hendrick at his accusations, January 20, 1955

Creator,

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Correspondence between Ives Hendrick and David Brunswick, 1955

David Brunswick, a letter to Ives Hendrick, unwarranted accusations, January 20, 1955

David Brunswick, refuting the unwarranted accusations of Hendrick, January 1955

Ives Hendrick, APA vs. Los Angeles Society and Institute, 1955

David Brunswick about lay analysis in Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1955

David Brunswick, factology in Ives Hendrick's discourse is incorrect, 1955

Brunswick asserts conformity on the part of LAPSI with the 1938 APA Resolution, 1955

Brunswick, Milton Wexler is a lecturer, not a training analyst, 1955

Brunswick, the status of analyst in LAPSI does not contradict the 1938 APA clause, 1955

Brunswick, we have no difficulties, but only those that are stirred from outside, 1955

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.27, A letter from Dr. Brunswick to Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect, APA, relative to laymen in Psychoanalysis, January 21, 1955

Creator,

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Correspondence between David Brunswick and Maxwell Gitelson, APA, 1955

A letter from Dr. Brunswick to Dr. Gitelson, APA, 1955

Dr. Brunswick informs Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect of APA about his letter to Hendrick, APA, 1955

Maxwell Gitelson supports LAPSI against accusation of Hendrick, 1955

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.28, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, relative to laymen on the faculty, January 24, 1955

Creator,

Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, scholar (1944 -- 1963)

Subjects,

Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Henry Katz, 1950s

A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz relative to Dr. Brunswick letter to Hendrick, January 1955

Ernst Lewy informs Henry Katz about the discourse initiated by Hendrick, APA, 1955

Henry Katz, psychoanalyst, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, 1950s, 1960s

Dr. Ernst Lewy, Director of the Institute and the Dean of the Training School, 1948 and later

Documents of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.29, A letter from Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect to Dr. Brunswick, support, January 24, 1955

Creator,

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst

Subjects,

Correspondence between David Brunswick and Maxwell Gitelson, APA, 1955

A letter from Maxwell Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 24, 1955

Discourse of lay analysis in LAPSI, reflections on Ives Hendrick accusations, 1955

Maxwell Gitelson supports LAPSI against accusation of Hendrick, 1955

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst, APA

Documents of Dr. Gitelson in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.30, A letter from David Brunswick to Emanuel Windholz, an alert with regard to the correspondence with Hendrick, APA, January 24, 1955

Creator,

Dr. David Brunswick, scholar, psychoanalyst, psychiatrist (1930s -- 1960s)

Subjects,

Correspondence between David Brunswick and Emanuel Windholz, 1955

A letter from David Brunswick to Emanuel Windholz, reflections on the Hendrick's discourse, 1955

David Brunswick, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1950s

Dr. Emanuel Windholz, psychoanalyst

Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955

Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.31, A letter to David Brunswick from Maxwell Gitelson, APA, relative to the Hendrick’s discourse, January 25, 1955

Creator,

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst (1902 -- 1965)

Subjects,

Correspondence between David Brunswick and Maxwell Gitelson, APA, 1955

A letter from Dr. Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 25, 1955

Dr. Gitelson advises David Brunswick to circularize his response to Hendrick, discourse, 1955

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst, APA

David Brunswick, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1950s

Discourse of lay analysis in LAPSI, reflections on Ives Hendrick accusations, 1955

Documents of Dr. Gitelson in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.32, A letter from Windholz to Brunswick, support of the Brunswick response, January 31, 1955

Creator,

Emanuel Windholz, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst (1903 -- 1986)

Subjects,

Correspondence between David Brunswick and Emanuel Windholz, 1955

A letter from Emanuel Windholz to David Brunswick, January 31, 1955

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Emanuel Windholz, support of Dr. Brunswick's response to Dr. Hendrick, discourse, 1955

Documents of Dr. Emanuel Windholz in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.33, Notification of mailing out the Hendrick correspondence of lay analysis in LAPSI, 1955

Creator,

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst (1902 -- 1965)

Subjects,

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955

Correspondences related to the question of lay analysis in LAPSI, 1955

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.34 A letter to Dr. Hendrick, President, American Psychoanalytic Association from Arthur Noyes, President of American Psychiatric Association, lay analysis, December 1954, 1954

Creator,

Arthur Noyes, President of American Psychiatric Association

Subjects,

Correspondence between Arthur Noyes and Ives Hendrick, lay analysis, 1954

A letter from Arthur Noyes to Ives Hendrick, lay analysis, December 16, 1954

Arthur Noyes, concern of the lay analysis in LAPSI, December 1954

Arthur Noyes and Ives Hendrick, concerns about lay analysis in LAPSI, discourse, 1955

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Lay analysis is seen as disadvantage to medical profession in America, continuous controversies

Documents of Arthur Noyes in the NCP-LA Archive

Documents of Ives Hendrick in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.35, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Tax exemption, Articles of Incorporation, 1947

Creator,

State of California, Office of Secretary of State

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, documents of establishment, 1947

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, State of California, Tax exemption. 1947

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Articles of Incorporation, 1947

Ernst Lewy, founding member, notarized document, 1947

David Brunswick, founding member, notarized document, 1947

May Room, founding member, notarized document, 1947

Ernst Simmel, founding member, notarized document, 1947

History of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1947

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.36, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Corporate Classification, 1980

Creator,

State of California, Office of Secretary of State (1947)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, corporate classification, 1980

LAPSI, Public benefit institution, corporate classification, 1980

LAPSI, The New Corporate Code allows to hold, manage real property, 1980

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.37, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, certifications of amendments, 19461, 1967

Creator,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (1950s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, notarized amendments, 1961, 1967

The name of this corporation is Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1967

Maimon Leavitt, President of LAPSI, certification of amendment, 1967

Arthur Qurieff, Secretary of LAPSI, certification of amendment, 1967

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.38, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, report on general activity, 1946, 1947

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, report, 1946, 1947

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Committee on Incorporation, 1947

Composition of the Committee on Incorporation, 1947

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.39, Reply from Hendrick to Brunswick relative to the Brunswick letter, lay analysis in LAPSI, February 22, 1955

Creator,

Ives Hendrick, President of APA, co-founder of Boston Psychoanalytic Society (1898 -- 1972)

Subjects,

Correspondence between Ives Hendrick and David Brunswick, 1955

A letter from Ives Hendrick to David Brunswick, lay analysis, February 22, 1955

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Ives Hendrick response with regard to David Brunswick clarification of lay analysis, February 1955

Ives Hendrick, discourse on the lay analysis in LAPSI, 1955

Ives Hendrick, semantics of the meaning for psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, a letter to Brunswick

Ives Hendrick, psychoanalysis is a best method of psychotherapy, in a letter to Brunswick, 1955

Ives Hendrick prefers to refuse appointment of Milton Wexler for being a lay analyst, 1955

Documents of Ives Hendrick in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.40, Provisions for prospective analysts, Society and Institute, Teaching courses, Studies in Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, ca 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute (1950s)

Subjects,

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

Society-Institute, LAPSI, Provision for personal analysis for candidates, 1959, 1960

Provisions for selecting training analysts, LAPSI, 1959, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, officers, 1959, 1960s

David Brunswick, Director, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Jack Vatz, Assistant Director, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Samuel Sperling, Secretary, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Albert Held, Treasure, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Ralph Greenson, Dean of Training School, LA Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Herbert Kupper, Assistant Dean of Training School, LA Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Henry Lihn, Director, Psychoanalytic Clinic, LA Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Milton Wexler, Director, Research Division, LA Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Ermalene Yerkes, Executive Secretary, LA Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1960s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1960s

Composition of the Education Committee, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Curriculum Committee, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Faculty Committee, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Committee on Child Analysis, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Research Committee, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Library Committee, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Candidates Committee, composition, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Lectures and Seminars, discourse, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Requirements for Graduation, ca 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Courses of Studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Theory of Instincts, course of study, ca 1959

LAPSI, General Theory of Neuroses, course of study, ca 1959

LAPSI, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, part I, course of study, ca 1959

LAPSI, Hysteria and Phobias, course of study, ca 1959

LASPSI, Introduction to Ego Psychology, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Obsessive - Compulsive Neuroses, course of study, ca 1959

LAPSI, Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Child Psychoanalysis, specialized (elective), course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Character Disorders, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, part II, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Clinical Conference, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Metapsychology (Introduction), course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Technique of Dream Interpretation, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Neurotic and Psychotic Depressions, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Clinical Conference: Dream Presentations, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Clinical Conference: Continuous Case, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Ego Psychology, Advanced, course of studies, ca 1959

Schizophrenia, Paranoid States and Allied Disorders, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Perversions and Impulses Neuroses, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Controversial Concepts, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Metapsychology, advanced, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Psychosomatic Phenomena, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Technique of Psychoanalysis, advanced, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Selected Topics, course of studies, ca 1959

LAPSI, Child Analysis, General, course of studies, ca 1959

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Theory of Psychoanalysis, narratives

Theory and discourse of the instincts or drives, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Physiology

LAPSI, Teaching Theory and Application of Psychoanalysis, curriculum, ca 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.41, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, April -June 1960

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1960s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, meetings, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, meeting, June 16, 1960

Dr. Minnick, advisable withdrawn by the Education Committee, April 16, 1960

Dr. Minnick accepted candidacy in the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, July 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, June 2, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, May 19, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, May 12, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, April 7, 1960

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.42, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, January - April 1960

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1960s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, meetings, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, March 24, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, March 3, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, February 4, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, January 21, 1960

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, January 7, 1960

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.43, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, December 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, December 14, 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, meeting, December 10, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.44, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, November 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, November 5, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.45, A letter to Ives Hendrick, APA from Dr. Gitelson, APA against instigating a conflict of lays analysis, January 6, 1955

Creator,

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst (1902 -- 1965)

Subjects,

A letter from Dr. Gitelson to Ives Hendrick against a conflict of lay analysis, January 6, 1955

Controversies of lay analysis, discourse

Correspondence between Ives Hendrick and Dr. Gitelson against a conflict of lay analysis, 1955

Discourse of lay analysis in LAPSI, reflections on Ives Hendrick accusations, 1955

Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955

Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst, APA

Maxwell Gitelson, President-Elect, APA, 1955

Gitelson, we shall not interfere into transitional situation with lay analysis, discourse, 1955

Gitelson, we shall not attend to technicalities when our principal positions are secure, discourse

Gitelson, I see Dr. Noyes' communication as an intrusion in our matters, 1955

Gitelson, the APA promotes Psychoanalysis scientifically and in clinical practice, discourse, 1955

Gitelson, Psychoanalysis is not a sub-specialty of Psychiatry, discourse, 1955

Psychoanalysis, discourse

Theory and implication of Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis and Psychiatry, discourse

Psychiatry and Psychoanalysis, discourses and narratives

Gitelson, the role of Psychoanalysis versus Psychiatry, discourse, 1955

Documents of Dr. Gitelson in the NCP-LA Archive

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.46, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, September - October 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, October 8, 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, September 10, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.47, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April - May 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, May 7, 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, April 9, 1959

LAPSI stand on the formation of the Board of Professional Standards of APA, in opposition, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.48, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, June 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, June 4, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.49, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, February - March 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, March 5, 1959

Education Committee, uncertainty tor the formation of the Board of Professional Standards, APA, 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, February 5, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.50, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings 1959

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, January 8, 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.51, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, September - December 1958

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, 1958

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, December 11, 1958

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, November 6, 1958

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, October 2, 1958

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, September 11, 1958

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.52, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, July 1958

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee, 1950s

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meetings, 1958

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Education Committee meeting, July 31, 1958

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.53, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, Training School and Education Committee, June 1958 – June 1959

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Training School, 1950s

Annual report, Training School, LAPSI, 1958 -- 1959

Annual report, Education Committee, LAPSI, 1958 -- 1959

LAPSI, Training School, annual report, Admission Committee, 1958 -- 1959

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.54, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report of the Directors, academic year 1965 – 1966

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report of the Directors, 1965 -- 1966

Dr. Ernst Lewy, achievements and contributions, LAPSI, 1966

Dr. Ernst Lewy, Director of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1947 - 1957

Dr. Ernst Lewy, Dean of the Training School, 1947 - 1953

Frances Deri retires from Education Committee and as a training analyst, 1966

Hilda Rollman-Branch, Director of Extension Division, 1965 - 1966

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.55, LAPSI, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, General Organization Chart, ca 1966

Creator,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis (1946 -- 1990s)

Subjects,

Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, General Organization Chart, ca 1966

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, General Organization Chart, ca 1966

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, structure of organization, ca 1966

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.56, LAPSI, Report of the Joint Committee on Mutual Problems of Society and Institute, September 15, 1966

Creator,

Committee on Mutual Problem of Society and Institute

Maimon Leavitt, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute

Subjects,

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, internal tensions and controversies, 1960s

Los Angeles Society and Institute, a search for resolution of tensions and controversies, 1960s

LAPSI, a committee on mutual problems of Society and Institute is established, 1964

Committee on Mutual Problem of Society and Institute, seeking normalization, 1960s

Maimon Leavitt, Report, Committee on Mutual Problems of Institute and Society, September 15, 1966

Maimon Leavitt, history of the Committee on Mutual Problem of Institute-Society, 1964 -- 1966

Self-perpetuating function of Education Committee in running the Training School, a problem

The broad problems of an infant science come upon premature middle-age, Committee on Mutual Problems

Committee on Mutual Problem, we need a single organization with delineated subdivisions, 1966

Committee on Mutual Problems for the Society-Institute, revision of the By-Laws, 1966

History of Los Angeles Society-Institute, LAPSI, 1950s-1990s

LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive

RG-30.57, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, Commit

Creator,

Committee on Mutual Problem of Society and Instit

Biographical Note

Dr. Vladimir Melamed, Historian, Professor of Ethno-Political and Ethno-National Studies, specializes on the interwar history of Poland and Eastern Europe.

Sphere of interests: Philosophy, History, Psychoanalysis

Subject/Index Terms

A draft of the Gentleman's agreement for the Split, February 13, 1950
Agreement between LAPSI and Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S.CA, March 1950
Albert Kandelin, an inquiry of psychoanalytic history in San Francisco, 1966
Albert Kandelin, Ernst Lewy's files for the Split discourse, 1949 - 1950
Albert Kandelin, History of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1970
Albert Kandelin, Laymen in California, an essay, 1960s
Albert Kandelin, Memorandum pertaining to the Split, May 15, 1962
Albert Kandelin, notes and reflections on the Split, ca 1960
Albert Kandelin, prospective work on Analytic History, History Committee, 1966
Albert Kandelin, provisional state of historical documents, report, June 1966
Albert Kandelin, three years of works of the History Committee, report, June 1966
A letter from David Brunswick to Emanuel Windholz,reflections on the Hendrick's discourse, 1955
A letter from Dr. Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 31, 1949
A letter from Dr. Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 25, 1955
A letter from Dr. Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, June 11, 1948
A letter from Dr. Romm to Robert Knight, split discourse, April 12, 1950
A letter from Emanuel Windholz to David Brunswick, January 31, 1955
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, April 28, 1963
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, the Split discourse, March 7, 1950
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben in German, July 10, 1949
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben in German, November 17, 1949
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, February 13, 1950
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz relative to Dr. Brunswick letter to Hendrick, January 1955
A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Paul Holmer, discourse, October 19, 1953
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Fliess, March 11, 1950
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, January 5, 1946
A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, June 4, 1948
A letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, August 27, 1949
A letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, July 16, 1949
A letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, January 23, 1950
A letter from LeRoy Maeder to Ernst Simmel, April 13, 1950
A Letter from Martin Grotjahn to Ernst Lewy, December 1950
A letter from Maxwell Gitelson to David Brunswick, January 24, 1955
A letter from Robert Knight, APA to Ernst Lewy, split discourse, March 31, 1950
A letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, January 27, 1948
A letter from Robert Knight to Romm related with her distortion of the facts of the Split, 1950
A letter from Robert Morse to Dr. Romm, split discourse, April 18, 1950
A letter from Sydney Biddle to Edward Bibring, January 4, 1950
A letter to Albert Kandelin from Emanuel Windholz, May 23, 1966
A memorandum from Ralph Greenson to Ernst Lewy, January 5, 1950
American Psychoanalytic Association, discussions and meetings
A note from Eugene Mindlin to Charles Tidd, February 20, 1950
Another institute, Grotjahn, Miller, Romm, the Split, February 1950
A provisional agreement for splitting up on two organizations, Split, 1950, Ernst Lewy
A question from Dr. Ernst Lewy why Dr. Norman Levy has been appointed a training analyst May 1950
A resignation discourse with regard to descenders from LAPSI, 1950s
Articles of Incorporation of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S. California, March 1950
Board of Professional Standards regarding Institute of Psychoanalytic Medicine, Long Island, 1950
Board on Professional Standards, APA, recommendations on the splits of psychoanalytic institutions
Carel van der Heide, LAPSI, Dean of Training School, 1953, 1954
Collection of documents of the Simmel Family, in German, Albert Kandelin, 1966
Composition of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles in the 1930s, History
Controversies in the function of the Education Committee, discourse of the Split, 1950
Controversies of lay analysis, discourse
Correspondence between David Brunswick and Emanuel Windholz, 1955
Correspondence between David Brunswick and Maxwell Gitelson, APA, 1955
Correspondence between Ernest Lewy and Martin Grotjahn, 1950s
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Emanuel Windholz, 1950s
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Grete Ruben, 1949, 1950
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Henry Katz, 1950s
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Ralph Greenson, 1950s
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Robert Fliess
Correspondence between Ernst Lewy and Robert Knight, 1940s, 1950s
Correspondence between Menninger and Simmel with regard to lay analysis, 1940, History, Kandelin
Correspondence between Sydney Biddle and Edward Bibring, 1950s
Correspondences between Albert Kandelin and Emanuel Windholz, 1960s
Correspondences between Ernest Lewy and Albert Kandelin, 1960s
Correspondences between LAPSI and S.CA Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, 1950s
Correspondences related to the question of lay analysis in LAPSI, 1955
Creation of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, its relation to the Society, 1949
David Brunswick, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954
David Brunswick, President of Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1950s
David Brunswick, to his sins of omission, a meeting of July 7, 1947, Simmel deposed
David Brunswick, uncanny memories, vexation and reckoning, the meeting of July 7, 1947
Discourse of lay analysis in LAPSI, reflections on Ives Hendrick accusations, 1955
Discourse of psychoanalytic principles and provisions, Ernst Lewy, ca 1947
Discourse of the lay analysis in Los Angeles Society-Institute by the APA, 1955
Discourse of the Split, 1950
Discourse of the Split in Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949
Discourse of the Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949
Dissension in Retrospect (the Split), Kandelin, February 1963
Division of funds between the LAPSI and S.CA Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, 1950
Document of Martin Grotjahn in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. David Brunswick
Documents from the NCP Archive, Dr. Lawrence Friedman
Documents of American Psychoanalytic Association in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Edward Bibring in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Emanuel Windholz in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Ernst Lewy in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. GHJ Pearson in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Henry Katz in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Robert Morse in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Dr. Romm in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Eugene Mindlin in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of LeRoy Maeder in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of London Institute of Psychoanalysis, Freudian, in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Milton Miller in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of Norman Levy in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents of the History Committee for the Society and Institute, 1960s
Documents of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society in the NCP-LA Archive
Documents related to the Split of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles, 1950
Dr. Albert Kandelin, Chairman of the History Committee for the Psychoanalytic Society, Los Angeles
Dr. Albert Kandelin, History of Psychoanalytic Movement in Los Angeles
Dr. Albert Kandelin, narratives, collection of historical materials, Psychoanalytic Society, 1960s
Dr. David Brunswick, Split related discourses and recollections, 1960s
Dr. Emanuel Windholz, psychoanalyst
Dr. Ernest Simmel, narratives, Schloss Tegel
Dr. Ernst Lewy, devised a plan to preserve the unity of the Institute
Dr. Ernst Lewy, Director of the Institute and the Dean of the Training School, 1948 and later
Dr. Ernst Lewy, documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Dr. Ernst Lewy, efforts to preserve the Society and Institute undivided, January 3, 1950
Dr. Ernst Lewy, history of the split, ca 1960
Dr. Ernst Lewy, list of materials related to the Split of March 1950
Dr. Ernst Lewy, narratives
Dr. Gitelson advises David Brunswick to circularize his response to Hendrick, discourse, 1955
Dr. Henry Katz, a controversy between a deep psychology and simplification of the unconscious, 1949
Dr. Henry Katz, causes of the split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949
Dr. Henry Katz, division in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse, 1949
Dr. Henry Katz, emphasis on deep psychology in the study of unconscious, 1950
Dr. Henry Katz, Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1949, discourse
Dr. May Romm, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, architect of the Split
Dr. Romm, distortion of the facts caused the Split, April 12, 1950
Early History of Psychoanalytic movement in Los Angeles
Education committee meeting, confrontation between traditionalists and cessationists, February 1950
Education committee meeting, Ernst Lewy is a proponent of a London plan, February 2, 1950
Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, I feel that the London plan is not acceptable, 1950
Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, one group versus another group, February 2, 1950
Education committee meeting, Milton Miller, there has to be a complete split, February 2, 1950
Education committee meeting, Tidd, Can we work together, February 2, 1950
Emanuel Windholz, support of Dr. Brunswick's response to Dr. Hendrick, discourse, 1955
Ernest Lewy, Seminar for movie-writers, in the letter to Kandelin, 1962
Ernst Lewy, a question of lay analysis was a secondary matter in the Split, in the letter to Ruben
Ernst Lewy, Confidential memorandum of the London Plan, July 27, 1949
Ernst Lewy, content of the London Plan of re-organization, July 1949
Ernst Lewy, hardship and difficulties to bring Maria's son to America, 1950
Ernst Lewy, how difficult to expedite immigration of his wife Maria son from Germany to America
Ernst Lewy, LAPSI, Director, 1953 - 1954
Ernst Lewy, Memorandum, split discourse, ca June 1950
Ernst Lewy, need for split, personal differences, January 1950
Ernst Lewy, need for split, scientific differences, January 1950
Ernst Lewy, notes on the re-organization plan, January 15, 1950
Ernst Lewy, notification for the American Psychoanalytic Association of the Split, March 24, 1950
Ernst Lewy, Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, predating the Split, June 1962
Ernst Lewy, Re-organization London Plan, 1949
Ernst Lewy, reference to the February 2, 1950 pre-Split meeting, in the letter to Grete Ruben, 1950
Ernst Lewy, reflection on the state of psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1946 --1950, notes
Ernst Lewy, reflections on the history of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930s - 1940s, discourse
Ernst Lewy, reflections on the state of psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1946
Ernst Lewy, reorganization plan for the Institute, January 1950, in the letter to Grete Ruben, 1950
Ernst Lewy, scientific works
Ernst Lewy, Tentative proposal for Future Regulation of Psychoanalytic Training, ca 1950
Ernst Lewy, the Split discourse, in the letter to Grete Ruben, March 7, 1950
Ernst Lewy, the state of affairs in Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1948
Ernst Lewy, to the Split, the division within the Institute existed for a long time, February 1950
Ernst Lewy and his wife Maria visited Germany in October of 1949, Maria saw her son
Ernst Lewy informs Henry Katz about the discourse initiated by Hendrick, APA, 1955
Ernst Lewy on the Split, confrontation with recent advancists, in a letter to Fliess, March 11, 1950
Ernst Simmel held a central position with regard to lay analysts, 1930s, Albert Kandelin, History
Ernst Simmel was the first physician analyst settled in Los Angeles in mid - 1930s, History
Etiology of the Split, analysis, 1950
Financial dealings between the two institutes, January 11, 1951
Forerunners of the Split, Recollections of Dr. Brunswick, May 1962
Frances Deri, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954
Funds paid to the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine by LAPSI, January 1951
Greenson, Evans, Newhouse, Rahman, Ruth Jaeger, the Old Guard, against Split, 1950
Greenson, impede appointment of training analysts, acceptance of applicants, approval of candidates
Greenson, we will not vouch for any training analysts that they could appoint, split discourse, 1950
Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, Director, Extension Division, 1953, 1954
Hanna Fenichel, LAPSI, training analyst, 1953, 1954
Henry Katz, psychoanalyst, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, 1950s, 1960s
History Committee, begins to collect and narrate the documented history, 1964
History of Psychoanalysis in California, Albert Kandelin
History of the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse by Sydney Biddle, 1950
History of the Psychoanalytic Institute of Los Angeles after the Split, under May Romm guidance
Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicince of S. California, the purpose of corporation, March 1950
Kupper, Tidd, McGuire, Deri, Hanna Fenichel, Brunswick, the Old Guard, against Split, 1950
LAPSI, Articles of Incorporation, written consent of the membership to the Amendment, February 1959
LAPSI, A teaching and training programs, 1950s
LAPSI, By-Laws, Article I, Members, ca 1960
LAPSI, By-Laws, Article II, Dues and Fees, ca 1960
LAPSI, By-Laws, Article III, Admission to membership, ca 1960
LAPSI, By-Laws, Article V, Membership meetings, ca 1960
LAPSI, Curriculum and Bibliography, Spring 1952
LAPSI, Curriculum committee, composition, 1959
LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive
LAPSI, Elected officers and committees, By-Laws, December 1966
LAPSI, Faculty committee, composition, 1959
LAPSI, Fees and training grants, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, first year course, Child Psychoanalysis, Specialized (elective), 1959
LAPSI, first year course, Fundamentals of Psychoanalytic Technique, 1959
LAPSI, first year course, General Theory of Neuroses, 1959
LAPSI, first year course, Hysteria and Phobias, 1959
LAPSI, first year course, Introduction to Ego Psychology, 1959
LAPSI, first year course, Obsessive-Compulsive Neuroses, 1959
LAPSI, first year course, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, 1959
LAPSI, Four-year courses of studies, description and literature, July 15,  1959
LAPSI, fourth year course, Child analysis, General, 1959
LAPSI, Lectures and seminars, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, lectures and seminars for analysts in training, 1959
LAPSI, Library Committee, composition, 1959
LAPSI, Personal analysis, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, Private practice of students, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, Psychiatric experience, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, Research Committee, composition, 1959
LAPSI, second year course, Clinical conference, Problem of Analyzability, 1959
LAPSI, second year course, Neurotic and Psychotic Depression, 1959
LAPSI, second year course, Structure, Function and Meaning of the Dream, (II), 1959
LAPSI, second year course, Technique of Dream Interpretation, 1959
LAPSI, Selection of students, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, Selection of training analysts, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, Study, Teaching and Advancing of Psychoanalysis, By-Laws, December 1966
LAPSI, Supervision of clinical work, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, the personal analysis, discourse, 1959
LAPSI, third year course, Controversial concepts, 1959
LAPSI, third year course, Perversions, and Impulse Neuroses, 1959
LAPSI, third year course, Schizophrenia, Paranoid and allied disorders, 1959
LAPSI, Training in child analysis, training provisions, 1950s
LAPSI, training provisions and regulations, 1950s
LAPSI, Training School,  the stages of training, 1958
LAPSI, Training School, General Principles, 1958
Lawrence Friedman, his vision of the Split, March 1, 1950
Lewy, division in the Institute is due scientific differences and personal factors, Split, 1950
Lewy, Education Committee meeting, hostility and frictions, February 2, 1950
Lewy, Education Committee meeting, re-organization plan, February 2, 1950
Lincoln Rahman, LAPSI, Director, Psychoanalytic Clinic, 1953, 1954
London Institute of Psychoanalysis
London Institute of Psychoanalysis, Freudian conceptions
London Institute of Psychoanalysis, lectures and courses, the summer term, 1949
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 -- 1954
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, annual reports
Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, LAPSI, Articles of Incorporation, 1959
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, 1946
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Membership roster, October 13, 1958
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, business meeting, agenda, September 22, 1966
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization
Los Angeles Society and Institute, a search for resolution of tensions and controversies, 1960s
Los Angeles Society and Institute, revised By-Laws, Membership, June 1966
Los Angeles Society and Institute, the Old Guard, 1950
Los Angeles Society and Institute, the revised By-Laws, Committee of Mutual Problems, June 1966
LSPSI, first year, Psychoanalytic theory of Instincts, 1959
Maria, wife of Ernst Lewy, met her son in German after ten years of separation, letter to Ruben
Maxwell Gitelson, scholar, psychoanalyst, APA
Maxwell Gitelson supports LAPSI against accusation of Hendrick, 1955
Meeting at Ernst Lewy home, preparation for the Split, minutes, February 25, 1950
Meeting at the Ernst Lewy house, discussion of the present split discourse, April 15, 1950
Members of the first psychoanalytic group in Los Angeles, 1930s, History of Psychoanalysis
Memorandum presented to Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society by Dr. GHJ Pearson, November 4, 1949
Menninger and Simmel, variance in perception of lay analysts, in correspondence, 1940, History
My passivity about evolving implementation of the Split, Dr. Brunswick
Notes of the meeting at Ernst Lewy's house, split discourse, April 15, 1950
Not to facilitate the further recognition of the other institute, the Lewy's group decision, 1950
Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, controversies with regard to training methodology,  Biddle
Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, History
Pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 2, 1950
Pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 13, 1950
Proposed By-Laws, LAPSI, December 15, 1966
Proposed By-Laws of the Institute and Society, LAPSI, 1960s
Provisions for the imminent division of the Society and Institute, February 13, 1950
Psychoanalysis, discourse and conceptions
Ralph Greenson, Memorandum, the new institute, May 11, 1950
Report of the History Committee, Albert Kandelin, June 16, 1964
Resignation expected from the former members of LAPSI who descended, Lewy, December 15, 1950
Romm, Split, confrontational position, 1950
San Francisco Psychoanalytic Society, 1942
Sanitarium Schloss Tegel Inc., Psychiatric Hospital, 1927
Southern California Psychiatric Society, history, Kandelin, 1970
Split in the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, discourse by Sydney Biddle, 1950
Statement of Lawrence Friedman, discourse, March 1, 1950
Structure of the Institute and Society, July 15, 1959
Substantiation for the establishment of two institutes, February 1950
Sydney Biddle with regard to the Split in Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, 1950
Teaching of Psychoanalysis, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1949
Tensions in the Society and Institute, 1940s, 1950s
The Candidate Committee, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1950
The course of the pre-Split Education Committee meeting, February 2, 1950
The first nine directors of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S. California, March 1950
The formation of a separate institute was inevitable, 1950
The present Institute, Brunswick, Lewy, Deri, Greenson, Tidd, the Split, February 1950
The role of laymen in establishing of psychoanalytic institutions in California, early history
The Split on two psychoanalytic institutes, 1950
The view of the Freudian training analysts, Education Committee and the Institute, March 1950
Three members of the Education Committee will apply to form another psychoanalytic institute, Split
Ties between the two institutes, Martin Grotjahn in the letter to Ernest Lewy, 1950
Variants of actions with regard to the approval of the other institute, the Lewy's group, 1950
Walter Briehl, Exploratory Committee, 1949
Working on the content and phraseology of the imminent division, the Split, February 1950
Works of History Committee, presentations, 1960s


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[Item 1: RG-30.01,  Albert Kandelin, How it began, early 1950s, Early 1950s],
[Item 2: RG-30.02, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 - 1954, 1953 -- 1954],
[Item 3: RG-30.03, Maimon Leavitt, By-Laws, revisions, January 1967, January 1967],
[Item 4: RG-30.04, Proposed By-Laws of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 5: RG-30.05, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, LAPSI, 1958, 1958],
[Item 6: RG-30.06, A letter to Dr. Robert Jokl from Dr. Paul Bergman, November 24, 1952, November 1952],
[Item 7: RG-30.07, Revissed manual for Training Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1961, 1961],
[Item 8: RG-30.08, Instructions on Health-Sickness Rating Scale, the Menninger, 1952, 1952],
[Item 9: RG-30.09, Research proposal for evaluation of psychotherapy, Dr. Donald Watterson,  1952, 1952],
[Item 10: RG-30.10, Supplement to  Progress of the Health-Sickness Rating  Scale, 1952, 1952],
[Item 11: RG-30.11, Albert Kandelin, About the Library, Simmel-Fenichel Library, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 12: RG-30.12, A. Kandelin, The first official Psychoanalytic Society in California, 1965, 1965],
[Item 13: RG-30.13, State University of New York, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1953-1954, 1953, 1954],
[Item 14: RG-30.14, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, revised, 1951, April 1951],
[Item 15: RG-30.15, The Training School of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1952, 1952],
[Item 16: RG-30.16, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, a required book list, ca 1952, 1952],
[Item 17: RG-30.17, Statement of Principles, formation of a separate Institute, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 18: RG-30.18, By-Laws of Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, ca 1950, ca 1950],
[Item 19: RG-30.19, Psychoanalytic and Psychiatry Bibliography, LAPSI, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 20: RG-30.20, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, revised, ca 1951, ca 1951],
[Item 21: RG-30.21, Answers to the questions of Dr. Mindlin, discourse, two institutes, 1950, March 1950],
[Item 22: RG-30.22, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, historical chronology, 1963],
[Item 23: RG-30.23, Fund-Raising Project, 1950 - 1952, Albert Kandelin, 1962],
[Item 24: RG-30.24, Letter to Noyes from Hendrick, exclusion of lay analysts, 1954, December 1954],
[Item 25: RG-30.25, from Henrick, President of APA to Brunswick, LA Psychoanalytic, 1955, January 4, 1955],
[Item 26: RG-30.26, Brunswick fending off Hendrick at his accusations, January 1955, January 20, 1955],
[Item 27: RG-30.27, To Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect, APA from Dr. Brunswick, relative to laymen in Psychoanalysis, January 21, 1955],
[Item 28: RG-30.28, From Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, relative to laymen on the faculty, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 29: RG-30.29, A letter from Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect to Dr. Brunswick, support,  January 24, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 30: RG-30.30, From Brunswick to Windholz, alert, correspondence with Hendrick, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 31: RG-30.31, A letter to Brunswick from Gitelson, APA, relative to the Hendrick's discourse, January 25, 1955, January 25, 1955],
[Item 32: RG-30.32, A letter from Windholz to Brunswick, support of the Brunswick response,  January 31, 1955, January 31, 1955],
[Item 33: RG-30.33, Notification of mailing out the Hendrick correspondence of lay analysis, 1955, January 23, 1955],
[Item 34: RG-30.34 Letter to Dr. Hendrick, President,  APA from Dr. Noyes, Americna Psychiatric Association, 1954, December 16, 1954],
[Item 35: RG-30.35, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Tax exemption, Articles of Incorporation, 1947, 1947],
[Item 36: RG-30.36, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Corporate classification, 1980, 1980],
[Item 37: RG-30.37, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, amendments to By-Laws, 1961,1967, 1961, 1967],
[Item 38: RG-30.38, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, report on general activity, 1947, 1947],
[Item 39: RG-30.39, Reply from Hendrick to Brunswick relative to the Brunswick letter, lay analysis, February, 1955, February 22, 1955],
[Item 40: RG-30.40, Provisions for prospective analysts, Society and Institute, LAPSI, 1959, 1960, 1959, 1960],
[Item 41: RG-30.41, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April -June 1960, April - June 1960],
[Item 42: RG-30.42, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, January - April 1960, January - April 1960],
[Item 43: RG-30.43, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 1959, December 1959],
[Item 44: RG-30.44, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, November 1959, November 1959],
[Item 45: RG-30.45, To Hendrick, APA from Dr. Gitelson against instigating a conflict, January 6, 1955, January 6, 1955],
[Item 46: RG-30.46, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - October 1959, September - October 1959],
[Item 47: RG-30.47, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April - May 1959, April - May 1959],
[Item 48: RG-30.48, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, June 1959, June 1959],
[Item 49: RG-30.49, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, February - March 1959, February-March 1959],
[Item 50: RG-30.50, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 1959, January 1950],
[Item 51: RG-30.51, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - December 1958, September - December 1958],
[Item 52: RG-30.52, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 1958, July 31, 1958],
[Item 53: RG-30.53, LAPSI, Annual Report, Training School and Education Committee, 1958 -- 1959, June 1958 -- June 1959],
[Item 54: RG-30.54, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Directors, academic year 1965 - 1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 55: RG-30.55, LAPSI, General Organization Chart, ca 1966, ca 1966],
[Item 56: RG-30.56, LAPSI, Report of the Joint Committee on Mutual Problems, September 1966, September 15, 1966],
[Item 57: RG-30.57, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, Committee on Mutual Problems, June 1966, June 7, 1966],
[Item 58: RG-30.58, LAPSI, Society and Institute, Special Joint Business Meeting, September 22, 1966, September 22, 1966],
[Item 59: RG-30.59, Written consent of members to Amendment, Articles of Incorporation,  LAPSI, February 1959, February 1959],
[Item 60: RG-30.60, Materials available on the Split by Ernst Lewy, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 61: RG-30.61, Ernst Lewy, state of affairs in Los Angeles psychoanalytic, notes, discourse ca 1950, ca 1950],
[Item 62: RG-30.62, Ernst Lewy, reflections on the history of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930s -1940s, notes, ca 1950],
[Item 63: RG-30.63, David Brunswick, Some political forerunners of the Split, recollections, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 64: RG-30.64, Discourse of the Split, Ernst Lewy, Albert Kandelin, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 65: RG-30.65, Ernst Lewy, Historical notes, prior to the Split, 1946 - 1950, June 1962, June 1962],
[Item 66: RG-30.66, Discussion on the Resolution proposed by Dr. Lewy, ca 1947, ca 1947],
[Item 67: RG-30.67, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the state of affairs, 1948, January 5, 1948],
[Item 68: RG-30.68, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, 1948, January 27, 1948],
[Item 69: RG-30.69, Letter to Robert Knight from Ernst Lewy, June 1948, June 4, 1948],
[Item 70: RG-30.70, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, June 11, 1948, June 11, 1948],
[Item 71: RG-30.71, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 1949, July 10, 1949],
[Item 72: RG-30.72, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, in German, July 16, 1949, July 16, 1949],
[Item 73: RG-30.73, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 31, 1949, July 31, 1949],
[Item 74: RG-30.74, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, November 17, 1949, November 17, 1949],
[Item 75: RG-30.75, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben,  the Split discourse, March 7, 1950, March 7, 1950],
[Item 76: RG-30.76,  The Split is Imminent. Education Committee Meeting, February 2, 1950, February 2, 1950],
[Item 77: RG-30.77, Memorandum pertaining to the Split, from Ernst Lewy files, Kandelin,  1962, May 15, 1962],
[Item 78: RG-30.78, Proposal for future regulation of Psychoanalytic training, Ernst Lewy, 1950, 1950],
[Item 79: RG-30.79, Proposed By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, December 1966, December 15, 1966],
[Item 80: RG-30.80, Ernst Lewy, Training regulations of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, ca 1950s, ca 1950s],
[Item 81: RG-30.81, Ernst Lewy, confidential memorandum of a London Plan, July 1949, July 27, 1949],
[Item 82: RG-30.82, Ernst Lewy, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, classes offered, the summer term, March 1949, March 1949],
[Item 83: RG-30.83, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, August 27, 1949, August 27, 1949],
[Item 84: RG-30.84, Ernst Lewy, Notes on Reorganization Plan, January 15, 1950, January 15, 1950],
[Item 85: RG-30.85, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, the Philadelphia society, 1950, January 23, 1950],
[Item 86: RG-30.86, Letter from Dr. Sydney Riddle to Edward Bibring,  Philadelphia Society, January 4, 1950, January 4, 1950],
[Item 87: RG-30.87, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, Advisory Committee report, discourse, October 1949, October 1949],
[Item 88: RG-30.88, Memorandum presented to the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society by Dr. Pearson, November 4, 1949, November 4, 1949],
[Item 89: RG-30.89, Formation of the new Psychoanalytic Institute, Philadelphia psychoanalytic society, November 24, 1949, November 24, 1949],
[Item 90: RG-30.90, A memo from Ralph Greenson to Ernst Lewy, the Split discourse, January 5, 1950, January 5, 1950],
[Item 91: RG-30.91, Appeal of Dr. Ernst Lewy to the  Old Guard, the Split discourse, January 3, 1950, January 3, 1950],
[Item 92: RG-30.92, Ernst Lewy, A Plan for the reorganization of the Training School,  February 2, 1950, February 2, 1950],
[Item 93: RG-30.93, Conclusive Minutes of Education Committee meetings, February 2 and 13, 1950, February 2, 13, 1950],
[Item 94: RG-30.94, Ernst Lewy, A Gentleman's Agreement, excerpts from the meetings on February 2 and  13, 1950, February 1950],
[Item 95: RG-30.95, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950, February 13, 1995],
[Item 96: RG-30.96, Education Committee, special meeting, Setting parameters for the two Institute. February 13, 1950, February 13, 1996],
[Item 97: RG-30.97, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950, February 1953],
[Item 98: RG-30.98, Substantiation for the establishing of two institutes, February 1950, February 1950],
[Item 99: RG-30.99, Statement to the candidates, formation of the second institute, February 16, 1950, February 16, 1950],
[Item 100: RG-30.100, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, February 21, 1950, February 21, 1950],
[Item 101: RG-30.101, A note from Eugene Mindlin to Charles Tidd, February 20, 1950, February 20, 1950],
[Item 102: RG-30.102, From the Candidate Committee to Ernest Lewy, Discourse, February 20, 1950, February 20, 1950],
[Item 103: RG-30.103, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Emanuel Windhols, discourse, February 22, 1950, February 22, 1950],
[Item 104: RG-30.104, Meeting at Ernst Lewy home, preparation for the Split, minutes, February 25, 1950, February 25, 1950],
[Item 105: RG-30.105, The Candidate Committee, question of the Split discourse, February 27, 1950, February 27, 1950],
[Item 106: RG-30.106, Statement of Lawrence Friedman, discourse, March 1, 1950, March 1, 1950],
[Item 107: RG-30.107, Ernst Lewy, note on a telephone conversation with Mindlin, February 28, 1950, February 28, 1950],
[Item 108: RG-30.108, Statement for the candidates' meeting, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 109: RG-30.109, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 110: RG-30.110, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Fliess, discourse, March 11, 1950, March 11, 1950],
[Item 111: RG-30.111, Ernst Lewy, completion of the Split, to APA, March 24, 1950, March 24, 1950],
[Item 112: RG-30.112, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, March 29, 1950, March 29, 1950],
[Item 113: RG-30.113, A letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, March 31, 1950, March 31, 1950],
[Item 114: RG-30.114, A draft of the Gentlman's agreement, two institutes, February 13, 1950, February 13, 1950],
[Item 115: RG-30.115, Application for the new Institute, Dr. Bibring, APA, April 3, 1950, April 3, 1950],
[Item 116: RG-30.116, Substantiation of the cessationists, the formation of a new institute, April  6, 1950, April 6, 1950],
[Item 117: RG-30.117, A letter to Ernst Lewy from M.A. Maeder, APA, April 13, 1950, April 13, 1950],
[Item 118: RG-30.118, A letter from May E. Romm to Robert Knight, APA, April 12,1950, April 12, 1950],
[Item 119: RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950, April 14, 1950],
[Item 120: RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950, April 14, 1950],
[Item 121: RG-30.121, Board of Prefessional Standards, pending the second institute, April 1950, April 1950],
[Item 122: RG-30.122, Ernst Lewy, misrepresentation of endorsement, April 17, 1950, April 17, 1950],
[Item 123: RG-30.123, A letter from Robert Morse to May E. Romm, April 18, 1950, April 18, 1950],
[Item 124: RG-30.124, A proposal for an operational agreement, LAPSI, May 1950, May 1950],
[Item 125: RG-30.125, Ralph Greenson, Memorandum, the new institute, May 11, 1950, May 11, 1950],
[Item 126: RG-30.126, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, May 16, 1950, May 16, 1950],
[Item 127: RG-30.127, The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, articles of incorporation, March 28, 1950, March 28, 1950],
[Item 128: RG-30.128, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, APA, May 25, 1950, RG-30.128],
[Item 129: RG-30.129, A letter from Edward Bibring to Ernst Lewy, discourse, April 21, 1950, April 21, 1950],
[Item 130: RG-30.130 Carel Van Der Heide, Memorandum, discourse, May 27, 1950, May 27, 1950],
[Item 131: RG-30.131, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum, discourse, ca June 1950, ca JUne 1950],
[Item 132: RG-30.132, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, June 2, 1950, June 2, 1950],
[Item 133: RG-30.133, Names of the resignen members of the secding group, June 8, 1950, June 8, 1950],
[Item 134: RG-30.134, May E. Romm to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 19, 1950, June 19, 1950],
[Item 135: RG-30.135, Loeb and Loeb to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 21, 1950, June 21, 1950],
[Item 136: RG-30.136, The Split is Imminent. Scientific meeting, February 16, 1950, Ernst Lewy, February 16, 1950],
[Item 137: RG-30.137, Letter from Gang, Kopp and Tyre to Walter Hilborn, LAPSI, June 1950, June 23, 1950],
[Item 138: RG-30.138, Agreement between the two institutes, June 1950, June 1950],
[Item 139: RG-30.139, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, discourse, June 1950, June 1950],
[Item 140: RG-30.140, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, July 1950, July 1950],
[Item 141: RG-30.141, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, notes, July  6,1950, July 19506,],
[Item 142: RG-30.142, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum to Frances Deri, December 15, 1950, December 15, 1950],
[Item 143: RG-30.143, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Martin Grotjahn, December 19, 1950, December 19, 1950],
[Item 144: RG-30.144, Letter from Ernst Lewy to May E. Romm, December 29, 1950, December 29, 1950],
[Item 145: RG-30.145, A resignation letter from the seceding group, December 31, 1950, December 31, 1950],
[Item 146: RG-30.146. Gang, Kopp and Tyre, tax exemption, the new institute, June 13, 1950, June 13, 1950],
[Item 147: RG-30.147, A Letter from Martin Grotjahn to Ernst Lewy, December 1950, December 1950],
[Item 148: RG-30.148, Financial dealings between the two institutes, January 11, 1951, January 11, 1951],
[Item 149: RG-30.149, Letter from May E. Romm to Charles Tidd, January 9, 1951, January 9, 1951],
[Item 150: RG-30.150, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Paul Holmer, discourse, October 19, 1953, October 19, 1953],
[Item 151: RG-30.151, A Letter from Paul Holmer to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 29,1953, October 29, 1953],
[Item 152: RG-30.152, Letter from Lawrence Friedman to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 19, 1953, October 19, 1953],
[Item 153: RG-30.153, Milton Miller, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950, May 22, 1950],
[Item 154: RG-30.154, May E. Romm, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950, May 22, 1950],
[Item 155: RG-30.155, Resignations of Briehl, Clinco, Frumkes, Hacker, Marmor, May 23, 1950, May 23, 1950],
[Item 156: RG-30.156, Martin Grotjahn, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 26, 1950, May 26, 1950],
[Item 157: RG-30.157, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, September 15, 1966, September 15, 1966],
[Item 158: RG-30.158, Psychoanalytic Society, proposed By-Laws, ca 1960, 1960],
[Item 159: RG-30.159, Psychoanalytic Society,  proposed By-Laws, December 15, 1966, December 15, 1966],
[Item 160: RG-30.160, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, June 7, 1966, June 7, 1966],
[Item 161: RG-30.161, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Membership roster, October 13, 1958, October 13, 1958],
[Item 162: RG-30.162, LAPSI, Four-year courses of studies, description and literature, July 15,  1959, July 15, 1959],
[Item 163: RG-30.163, LAPSI, Instructions for training analysts, November 24, 1959, November 24, 1959],
[Item 164: RG-30.164, LAPSI, Structure of the Institute and Society, July 15, 1959, July 15, 1959],
[Item 165: RG-30.165, LAPSI, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, October 1958, October 13, 1958],
[Item 166: RG-30.166. Financial dealings between the two institutes, January, February 27, 1951, February 17, 1951],
[Item 167: RG-30.167, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, April 28, 1963, April 28, 1963],
[Item 168: RG-30.168. LAPSI, Curriculum and Bibliography, Spring 1952, Spring 1952],
[Item 169: RG-30.169, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, May 4, 1963, May 4, 1963],
[Item 170: RG-30.170, A letter to Albert Kandelin from Emanuel Windholz, May 23, 1966, May 23, 1966],
[Item 171: RG-30.171, A letter from Jeanetta Menninger to Albert Kandelin, September 26, 1966, September 26, 1966],
[Item 172: RG-30.172, A letter from Virginia Eicholtz to Albert Kandelin, October 3, 1966, October 3, 1966],
[Item 173: RG-30.173, Albert Kandelin, Ernest  Simmel and Schloss Tegel, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 174: RG-30.174, Albert Kandelin, Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, reference to a book, 1961, 1961],
[Item 175: RG-30.175, Albert Kandelin, Memorandum of the Split, May 15, 1962, May 15, 1962],
[Item 176: RG-30.176, Kandelin Dissension in Retrospect, February 10, 1963, February 10, 1963],
[Item 177: RG-30.177, Kandelin, History Committee Report, June 16, 1966, June 16, 1966],
[Item 178: RG-30.178, Kandelin, Laymen in California, Ernest Simmel writings, ca 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 179: RG-30.179, Letter from Ernst Simmel to Franz Alexander, May 31, 1938, discourse, May 31, 1938],
[Item 180: RG-30.180, Dr. Greenson, Psychoanalysis comes to the West Coast, personal discourse, 1975, 1975],
[Item 181: RG-30.181, Kandelin, Review of LA Psychoanalytic Society minutes, 1942 – 1953, June 1962, June 1962],
[Item 182: RG-30.182, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, May 8, 1969, minutes, May 8, 1969],
[Item 183: RG-30.183, LAPSI, meeting for the candidates evaluation committee,  May 19, 1969, May 19, 1969],
[Item 184: RG-30.184, Manual for psychoanalytic candidates, draft, revised, May 1969, May 1969],
[Item 185: RG-30.185, LAPSI, Coordinating council meeting, minutes, April 10, 1969, April 10, 1969],
[Item 186: RG-30.186, LAPSI, Annual meeting of the faculty, minutes, April 22, 1969, April 22, 1969],
[Item 187: RG-30.187, LAPSI, meeting of the faculty, meeting of the candidates evaluation, agenda, March 19, April 22, 1969, March 19 and April 22, 1969],
[Item 188: RG-30.188, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, March 13, 1969, March 13, 1969],
[Item 189: RG-30.189, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, February 13, 1969, February 13, 1969],
[Item 190: RG-30.190, Report on the Special Committee to Joint San Diego Training, ca 1969, ca 1969],
[Item 191: RG-30.191, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates evaluation committee, February 11, 1969, February 11, 1969],
[Item 192: RG-30.192, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, November 14, 1968, November 14, 1968],
[Item 193: RG-30.193, LAPSI, meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, November 12, 1968, November 12, 1968],
[Item 194: RG-30.194, LAPSI, Principles and Practice of Student Progression, workshop, Boston, May, 9, 1968, May 9, 1968],
[Item 195: RG-30.195, LAPSI, Meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, October 10, 1968, October 10, 1968],
[Item 196: RG-30.196, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, August 28, 1968, August 28, 1968],
[Item 197: RG-30.197, LAPSI, Roster of analyzing instructors, July 1968, July 1969],
[Item 198: RG-30.198 LAPSI, meeting of the certification council, July 11, 1968, July 11, 1968],
[Item 199: RG-30.199, LAPSI, Correspondence between Dr. Rosengarten and Dr. Futterman, October 1968, October 16 and 22, 11968],
[Item 200: RG-30.200, LAPSI, Three-year Curriculum, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 201: RG-30.201, LAPSI, a planned expansion for the LAPSI, Bulletin 1, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 202: RG-30.202, LAPSI, Report of the Dean of the Training School, 1953-1957, June 1957, June 1957],
[Item 203: RG-30.203, Samuel Sperling, Ad Hoc Committee for the Society and Institute, ca 1965, ca 1965],
[Item 204: RG-30.204, Report on Activities of Community Education Committee, 1967, 1968, 1967, 1968],
[Item 205: RG-30.205, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Budget, 1967, 1968, 1967, 1968],
[Item 206: RG-30.206, Correspondence between Dr. Grotstein and  Senator Charles Percy, June 1967, June 1967],
[Item 207: RG-30.207, Community education committee, meeting, minutes, November 27, 1967, November 27, 1967],
[Item 208: RG-30.208, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, January 16, 1968, January 16, 1968],
[Item 209: RG-30.209, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, March 25, 1968, March 25. 1968],
[Item 210: RG-30.211, LAPSI, a seminar series, announcement, March-May 1968, March - May 1968],
[Item 211: RG-30.212, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meetings, minutes, December 5, 1967, December 5, 1967],
[Item 212: RG-30.213, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meeting, minutes, October 12. 1967, October 12, 1967],
[Item 213: RG-30.214, LAPSI, Business meeting, minutes, November 16, 1967, November 16, 1967],
[Item 214: RG-30.215 Further suggested reorganization of the Society-Institute, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 215: RG-30.216, Mandel - Walsh Affair, Society-Institute, January - March 1968, January - March 1968],
[Item 216: RG-30.217, The Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Amendment to By-Laws, January 25, 1952, January 25, 1952],
[Item 217: RG-30.218, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 218: RG-30.219, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, November 19, 1964, November 19, 1964],
[Item 219: RG-30.220, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Memorandum from Rangell, October 15, 1964, October 15, 1964],
[Item 220: RG-30.221, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Bulletin No. 1, 1964, 1964],
[Item 221: RG-30.222, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Special business meeting, June 25, 1964, June 25, 1964],
[Item 222: RG-30.223, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 223: RG-30.224, LAPSI, President Annual Report, Samuel Sperling, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 224: RG-30.225, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May, 1964, May 1964],
[Item 225: RG-30.226, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964, January 16, 1964],
[Item 226: RG-30.227, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, September 16, 1957, September 16, 1957],
[Item 227: RG-30.228, LAPSI, special business meeting, May 21, 1964, May 21, 1964],
[Item 228: RG-30.229, LAPSI, Special business meeting, March 26, 1964, March 26, 1964],
[Item 229: RG-30.230, LAPSI, Annual education committee meeting, June 3, 1965, June 3, 1965],
[Item 230: RG-30.231, LAPSI, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, December 4, 1958, December 4, 1958],
[Item 231: RG-30.232, LAPSI, Combined meeting of the Board of Trustees and Membership, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 232: RG-30.233, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 11, 1958, December 11, 1958],
[Item 233: RG-30.234, Board of Trustees,  membership meeting, annual report, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 234: RG-30.235, President of the Institute and Society, address, Wilfred Bion, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 235: RG-30.236, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1968, November 21, 1968],
[Item 236: RG-30.237, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 19, 1968, September 19, 1968],
[Item 237: RG-30.238, LAPSI, Annual Business Meeting, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 238: RG-30.239, LAPSI, Committee on Child Analysis, provisions, July 22, 1968, July 22, 1968],
[Item 239: RG-30.240, LAPSI, Kenneth Rubin, memo, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 240: RG-30.241 LAPSI, Melvin Mandel, Report of Community Education Committee, June 1968, June 1968],
[Item 241: RG-30.242, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1968, April 18, 1968],
[Item 242: RG-30.243, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 18, 1968, April 18, 1968],
[Item 243: RG-30.244, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1968, Greenson, March 21, 1968],
[Item 244: RG-30.245, Mental Health, Coordinating Council, LAPSI, April 4, 1968, April 4, 1968],
[Item 245: RG-30.246, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 29, 1968, February 29, 1968],
[Item 246: RG-30.247, LAPSI, Meeting of the Board of Directors, October 2, 1969, October 2, 1969],
[Item 247: RG-30.248, LAPSI, Composition of the committees,  members appointed, October 1969, October 1969],
[Item 248: RG-30.249, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1969, October 16, 1969],
[Item 249: RG-30.250, Library Committee, memo from Thomas Mintz, September 16, 1969, October 16, 1969],
[Item 250: RG-30.251, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1969, September 18, 1969],
[Item 251: RG-30.257, LAPSI, Presidential Address, Arthur Ourieff, June 19, 1969, June 19, 1969],
[Item 252: RG-30.259, LAPSI, Executive meeting, Community Education Committee, June 30, 1969, June 30, 1968],
[Item 253: RG-30.260, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 19, 1963, December 19, 1963],
[Item 254: RG-30.261, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1963, December 19, 1963],
[Item 255: RG-30.262, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1963, November 21, 1963],
[Item 256: RG-30.263, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 20, 1963, June 20, 1963],
[Item 257: RG-30.264, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws Changes, 1963, 1963],
[Item 258: RG-30.265, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws changes, provisions, 1963, 1963],
[Item 259: RG-30.266, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 16, 1963, May 16, 1963],
[Item 260: RG-30.267, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1963, April 18, 1963],
[Item 261: RG-30.268, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1963, March 21, 1963],
[Item 262: RG-30.269, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 14, 1963, February 14],
[Item 263: RG-30.270, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 8, 1966, December 8, 1966],
[Item 264: LAPSI, RG-30.271, Education Committee meeting, October 6, 1966, October 6, 1966],
[Item 265: RG-30.272, LAPSI, Committees of the Institute, 1966 -- 1967, 1966 -- 1967],
[Item 266: RG-30.273, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, September 8, 1966, September 8, 1966],
[Item 267: RG-30.274, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 7, 1966, July 7, 1966],
[Item 268: RG-30.275 LAPSI, from Ivan McGuire to Education Committee, 1966, 1966],
[Item 269: RG-30.276, LAPSI, Annual Board of Trustees meeting, June 9, 1966, June 9, 1966],
[Item 270: RG-30.277, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Director 1965 -- 1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 271: RG-30.278, LAPSI, Chairman of the Education Committee, report, 1965--1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 272: RG-30.279, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, May 12, 1966, May 12, 1966],
[Item 273: RG-30.280, LAPSI, Study Curriculum, assignment of instructors, autumn, 1966, Autumn 1966],
[Item 274: RG-30.281, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, June 2, 1966, June 2, 1966],
[Item 275: RG-30.282, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, March 3, 1966, March 3, 1966],
[Item 276: RG-30.283, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, April 7, 1966, April 7, 1966],
[Item 277: RG-30.284, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 9, 1965, December 9, 1965],
[Item 278: RG-30.285, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 6, 1966, January 6, 1966],
[Item 279: RG-30.286, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, February 3, 1966, February 3, 1966],
[Item 280: RG-30.287, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1966, October 20, 1966],
[Item 281: RG-30.288, LAPSI, Annual meeting, June 16, 1966, June 16, 1966],
[Item 282: RG-30.289, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 19, 1966, May 19, 1966],
[Item 283: RG-30.290, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 21, 1966, April 21, 1966],
[Item 284: RG-30.291, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 17, 1966, March 17, 1966],
[Item 285: RG-30.292, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, March 17, 1966, March 17, 1966],
[Item 286: RG-30.293, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 20, 1966, January 20, 1966],
[Item 287: RG-30.295, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 16, 1965, December 16, 1965],
[Item 288: RG-30.296, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 16, 1965, December 16, 1965],
[Item 289: RG-30.297, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, November 18, 1965, November 18, 1965],
[Item 290: RG-30.298, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 27, 1965, October 27, 1965],
[Item 291: RG-30.299, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, October 21, 1965, October 21, 1965],
[Item 292: RG-30.300, LAPSI, Report from the Program Committee, September 16, 1965, September 16, 1965],
[Item 293: RG-30.301, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 16, 1965, September 16, 1965],
[Item 294: RG-30.302, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 295: RG-30.303, LAPSI, Report of the Committee on Mutual Problems, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 296: RG-30.304, LAPSI, Scientifif meeting, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 297: RG-30.305, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, February 26, 1965, February 26, 1965],
[Item 298: RG-30.298, LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, February 11, 1965, February 11,1965],
[Item 299: RG-30.307, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 21, 1965, January 21, 1965],
[Item 300: RG-30.308, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 301: RG-30.309, LAPSI, Annual Education committee meeting, June 3, 1965, June 3, 1965],
[Item 302: RG-30.310, LAPSI, Board of Trustees and Membership meeting, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 303: RG-30.311, LAPSI, Annual report of the Director, 1964-1965, 1964 - 1965],
[Item 304: RG-30.312, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, May 6, June 3, 1965, May 6, June 3, 1965],
[Item 305: RG-30.313, LAPSI,  Faculty Appointments, April 1965, April 1, 1965],
[Item 306: RG-30.315, LAPSI, Education committee meeting, March 4, 1965, March 4, 1965],
[Item 307: RG-30.316, LAPSI, Metapsychology, the course assignments, winter trimester,  1962, Winter 1962],
[Item 308: RG-30.317, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 309: RG-30.319, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 19, 1964, November 19, 1964],
[Item 310: RG-30.320, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1964, October 20, 1964],
[Item 311: RG-30.321 LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, October 15, 1964, October 15, 1964],
[Item 312: RG-30.322, LAPSI, Bulletin, No. 1, Leo Rangell, Bulletin, No.1, 1964, 1964],
[Item 313: RG-30.323, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 25, 1964, June 25, 1964],
[Item 314: RG-30.324, LAPSI, President's annual report, Samuel Sperling, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 315: RG-30.325, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 316: RG-30.326, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May 1964, May 1964],
[Item 317: RG-30.327, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 26, 1964, March 26, 1964],
[Item 318: RG-30.328, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 21, 1964, May 21, 1964],
[Item 319: RG-30.329, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, Depression and the Incapacity to Bear It, February 26, 1964, February 26, 1964],
[Item 320: RG-30.330, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964, January 16, 1964],
[Item 321: RG-30.331, LAPSI, Scientific and business meetings, September 16, 1957, September 16, 1957],
[Item 322: RG-30.332 LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1957, December 19, 1957],
[Item 323: RG-30.333, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 18, 1958, December 18, 1958],
[Item 324: RG-30.334, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1958, October 16, 1958],
[Item 325: RG-30.335 LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1958, September 18, 1958],
[Item 326: RG-30.336, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 19, 1958, Milton Wexler, June 19, 1958],
[Item 327: RG-30.337, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, May 28, 1958, May 28, 1958],
[Item 328: RG-30.338, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, By-Laws, May 28, 1958, May 28, 1958],
[Item 329: RG-30.339, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 22, 1958, May 22, 1958],
[Item 330: RG-30.340, LAPSI, Scientific and Business meeting, February 20, 1958, February 20, 1958],
[Item 331: RG-30.341, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 19, 1967, January 19, 1967],
[Item 332: RG-30.342, LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Clinic, present status, November 12, 1964, November 12, 1964],
[Item 333: RG-30.343, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1963--1964, 1963 - 1964],
[Item 334: RG-30.344, LAPSI, Membership meeting, April 9, 1964, April 9, 1964],
[Item 335: RG-30.345, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1962 -- 1963, 1963],
[Item 336: RG-30.346, LAPSI, Lecture of D.W. Winnicott, October 3, 1962, October 3, 1962],
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Ernst Lewy, Notes on Reorganization Plan, January 15, 1950
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Discourse of the Split, 1950
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Dr. Ernst Lewy, documents from the NCP-LA Archive
Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, LAPSI, History of the organization
LAPSI, documents from the NCP-LA Archive
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Dr. Ernst Lewy, psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, scholar (1944 -- 1963)

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[Item 1: RG-30.01,  Albert Kandelin, How it began, early 1950s, Early 1950s],
[Item 2: RG-30.02, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Annual Report, 1953 - 1954, 1953 -- 1954],
[Item 3: RG-30.03, Maimon Leavitt, By-Laws, revisions, January 1967, January 1967],
[Item 4: RG-30.04, Proposed By-Laws of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 5: RG-30.05, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, LAPSI, 1958, 1958],
[Item 6: RG-30.06, A letter to Dr. Robert Jokl from Dr. Paul Bergman, November 24, 1952, November 1952],
[Item 7: RG-30.07, Revissed manual for Training Analyst, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1961, 1961],
[Item 8: RG-30.08, Instructions on Health-Sickness Rating Scale, the Menninger, 1952, 1952],
[Item 9: RG-30.09, Research proposal for evaluation of psychotherapy, Dr. Donald Watterson,  1952, 1952],
[Item 10: RG-30.10, Supplement to  Progress of the Health-Sickness Rating  Scale, 1952, 1952],
[Item 11: RG-30.11, Albert Kandelin, About the Library, Simmel-Fenichel Library, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 12: RG-30.12, A. Kandelin, The first official Psychoanalytic Society in California, 1965, 1965],
[Item 13: RG-30.13, State University of New York, Psychoanalytic Institute, 1953-1954, 1953, 1954],
[Item 14: RG-30.14, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution and By-Laws, revised, 1951, April 1951],
[Item 15: RG-30.15, The Training School of the Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, 1952, 1952],
[Item 16: RG-30.16, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, a required book list, ca 1952, 1952],
[Item 17: RG-30.17, Statement of Principles, formation of a separate Institute, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 18: RG-30.18, By-Laws of Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, ca 1950, ca 1950],
[Item 19: RG-30.19, Psychoanalytic and Psychiatry Bibliography, LAPSI, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 20: RG-30.20, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, revised, ca 1951, ca 1951],
[Item 21: RG-30.21, Answers to the questions of Dr. Mindlin, discourse, two institutes, 1950, March 1950],
[Item 22: RG-30.22, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, historical chronology, 1963],
[Item 23: RG-30.23, Fund-Raising Project, 1950 - 1952, Albert Kandelin, 1962],
[Item 24: RG-30.24, Letter to Noyes from Hendrick, exclusion of lay analysts, 1954, December 1954],
[Item 25: RG-30.25, from Henrick, President of APA to Brunswick, LA Psychoanalytic, 1955, January 4, 1955],
[Item 26: RG-30.26, Brunswick fending off Hendrick at his accusations, January 1955, January 20, 1955],
[Item 27: RG-30.27, To Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect, APA from Dr. Brunswick, relative to laymen in Psychoanalysis, January 21, 1955],
[Item 28: RG-30.28, From Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, relative to laymen on the faculty, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 29: RG-30.29, A letter from Dr. Gitelson, President-Elect to Dr. Brunswick, support,  January 24, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 30: RG-30.30, From Brunswick to Windholz, alert, correspondence with Hendrick, 1955, January 24, 1955],
[Item 31: RG-30.31, A letter to Brunswick from Gitelson, APA, relative to the Hendrick's discourse, January 25, 1955, January 25, 1955],
[Item 32: RG-30.32, A letter from Windholz to Brunswick, support of the Brunswick response,  January 31, 1955, January 31, 1955],
[Item 33: RG-30.33, Notification of mailing out the Hendrick correspondence of lay analysis, 1955, January 23, 1955],
[Item 34: RG-30.34 Letter to Dr. Hendrick, President,  APA from Dr. Noyes, Americna Psychiatric Association, 1954, December 16, 1954],
[Item 35: RG-30.35, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Tax exemption, Articles of Incorporation, 1947, 1947],
[Item 36: RG-30.36, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, Corporate classification, 1980, 1980],
[Item 37: RG-30.37, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, amendments to By-Laws, 1961,1967, 1961, 1967],
[Item 38: RG-30.38, Los Angeles Institute for Psychoanalysis, report on general activity, 1947, 1947],
[Item 39: RG-30.39, Reply from Hendrick to Brunswick relative to the Brunswick letter, lay analysis, February, 1955, February 22, 1955],
[Item 40: RG-30.40, Provisions for prospective analysts, Society and Institute, LAPSI, 1959, 1960, 1959, 1960],
[Item 41: RG-30.41, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April -June 1960, April - June 1960],
[Item 42: RG-30.42, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, January - April 1960, January - April 1960],
[Item 43: RG-30.43, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 1959, December 1959],
[Item 44: RG-30.44, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, November 1959, November 1959],
[Item 45: RG-30.45, To Hendrick, APA from Dr. Gitelson against instigating a conflict, January 6, 1955, January 6, 1955],
[Item 46: RG-30.46, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - October 1959, September - October 1959],
[Item 47: RG-30.47, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, April - May 1959, April - May 1959],
[Item 48: RG-30.48, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, June 1959, June 1959],
[Item 49: RG-30.49, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, February - March 1959, February-March 1959],
[Item 50: RG-30.50, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 1959, January 1950],
[Item 51: RG-30.51, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, September - December 1958, September - December 1958],
[Item 52: RG-30.52, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 1958, July 31, 1958],
[Item 53: RG-30.53, LAPSI, Annual Report, Training School and Education Committee, 1958 -- 1959, June 1958 -- June 1959],
[Item 54: RG-30.54, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Directors, academic year 1965 - 1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 55: RG-30.55, LAPSI, General Organization Chart, ca 1966, ca 1966],
[Item 56: RG-30.56, LAPSI, Report of the Joint Committee on Mutual Problems, September 1966, September 15, 1966],
[Item 57: RG-30.57, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, Committee on Mutual Problems, June 1966, June 7, 1966],
[Item 58: RG-30.58, LAPSI, Society and Institute, Special Joint Business Meeting, September 22, 1966, September 22, 1966],
[Item 59: RG-30.59, Written consent of members to Amendment, Articles of Incorporation,  LAPSI, February 1959, February 1959],
[Item 60: RG-30.60, Materials available on the Split by Ernst Lewy, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 61: RG-30.61, Ernst Lewy, state of affairs in Los Angeles psychoanalytic, notes, discourse ca 1950, ca 1950],
[Item 62: RG-30.62, Ernst Lewy, reflections on the history of Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, 1930s -1940s, notes, ca 1950],
[Item 63: RG-30.63, David Brunswick, Some political forerunners of the Split, recollections, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 64: RG-30.64, Discourse of the Split, Ernst Lewy, Albert Kandelin, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 65: RG-30.65, Ernst Lewy, Historical notes, prior to the Split, 1946 - 1950, June 1962, June 1962],
[Item 66: RG-30.66, Discussion on the Resolution proposed by Dr. Lewy, ca 1947, ca 1947],
[Item 67: RG-30.67, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the state of affairs, 1948, January 5, 1948],
[Item 68: RG-30.68, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, 1948, January 27, 1948],
[Item 69: RG-30.69, Letter to Robert Knight from Ernst Lewy, June 1948, June 4, 1948],
[Item 70: RG-30.70, Letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, a reply, June 11, 1948, June 11, 1948],
[Item 71: RG-30.71, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 1949, July 10, 1949],
[Item 72: RG-30.72, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, in German, July 16, 1949, July 16, 1949],
[Item 73: RG-30.73, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, July 31, 1949, July 31, 1949],
[Item 74: RG-30.74, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben, in German, November 17, 1949, November 17, 1949],
[Item 75: RG-30.75, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Grete Ruben,  the Split discourse, March 7, 1950, March 7, 1950],
[Item 76: RG-30.76,  The Split is Imminent. Education Committee Meeting, February 2, 1950, February 2, 1950],
[Item 77: RG-30.77, Memorandum pertaining to the Split, from Ernst Lewy files, Kandelin,  1962, May 15, 1962],
[Item 78: RG-30.78, Proposal for future regulation of Psychoanalytic training, Ernst Lewy, 1950, 1950],
[Item 79: RG-30.79, Proposed By-Laws of the Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, December 1966, December 15, 1966],
[Item 80: RG-30.80, Ernst Lewy, Training regulations of the Institute of Psychoanalysis, ca 1950s, ca 1950s],
[Item 81: RG-30.81, Ernst Lewy, confidential memorandum of a London Plan, July 1949, July 27, 1949],
[Item 82: RG-30.82, Ernst Lewy, London Institute of Psychoanalysis, classes offered, the summer term, March 1949, March 1949],
[Item 83: RG-30.83, Letter from Grete Ruben to Ernst Lewy, August 27, 1949, August 27, 1949],
[Item 84: RG-30.84, Ernst Lewy, Notes on Reorganization Plan, January 15, 1950, January 15, 1950],
[Item 85: RG-30.85, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, the Philadelphia society, 1950, January 23, 1950],
[Item 86: RG-30.86, Letter from Dr. Sydney Riddle to Edward Bibring,  Philadelphia Society, January 4, 1950, January 4, 1950],
[Item 87: RG-30.87, Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society, Advisory Committee report, discourse, October 1949, October 1949],
[Item 88: RG-30.88, Memorandum presented to the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Society by Dr. Pearson, November 4, 1949, November 4, 1949],
[Item 89: RG-30.89, Formation of the new Psychoanalytic Institute, Philadelphia psychoanalytic society, November 24, 1949, November 24, 1949],
[Item 90: RG-30.90, A memo from Ralph Greenson to Ernst Lewy, the Split discourse, January 5, 1950, January 5, 1950],
[Item 91: RG-30.91, Appeal of Dr. Ernst Lewy to the  Old Guard, the Split discourse, January 3, 1950, January 3, 1950],
[Item 92: RG-30.92, Ernst Lewy, A Plan for the reorganization of the Training School,  February 2, 1950, February 2, 1950],
[Item 93: RG-30.93, Conclusive Minutes of Education Committee meetings, February 2 and 13, 1950, February 2, 13, 1950],
[Item 94: RG-30.94, Ernst Lewy, A Gentleman's Agreement, excerpts from the meetings on February 2 and  13, 1950, February 1950],
[Item 95: RG-30.95, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950, February 13, 1995],
[Item 96: RG-30.96, Education Committee, special meeting, Setting parameters for the two Institute. February 13, 1950, February 13, 1996],
[Item 97: RG-30.97, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, February 13, 1950, February 1953],
[Item 98: RG-30.98, Substantiation for the establishing of two institutes, February 1950, February 1950],
[Item 99: RG-30.99, Statement to the candidates, formation of the second institute, February 16, 1950, February 16, 1950],
[Item 100: RG-30.100, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, February 21, 1950, February 21, 1950],
[Item 101: RG-30.101, A note from Eugene Mindlin to Charles Tidd, February 20, 1950, February 20, 1950],
[Item 102: RG-30.102, From the Candidate Committee to Ernest Lewy, Discourse, February 20, 1950, February 20, 1950],
[Item 103: RG-30.103, A Letter from Ernst Lewy to Emanuel Windhols, discourse, February 22, 1950, February 22, 1950],
[Item 104: RG-30.104, Meeting at Ernst Lewy home, preparation for the Split, minutes, February 25, 1950, February 25, 1950],
[Item 105: RG-30.105, The Candidate Committee, question of the Split discourse, February 27, 1950, February 27, 1950],
[Item 106: RG-30.106, Statement of Lawrence Friedman, discourse, March 1, 1950, March 1, 1950],
[Item 107: RG-30.107, Ernst Lewy, note on a telephone conversation with Mindlin, February 28, 1950, February 28, 1950],
[Item 108: RG-30.108, Statement for the candidates' meeting, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 109: RG-30.109, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, March 3, 1950, March 3, 1950],
[Item 110: RG-30.110, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Fliess, discourse, March 11, 1950, March 11, 1950],
[Item 111: RG-30.111, Ernst Lewy, completion of the Split, to APA, March 24, 1950, March 24, 1950],
[Item 112: RG-30.112, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Robert Knight, the Split discourse, March 29, 1950, March 29, 1950],
[Item 113: RG-30.113, A letter from Robert Knight to Ernst Lewy, March 31, 1950, March 31, 1950],
[Item 114: RG-30.114, A draft of the Gentlman's agreement, two institutes, February 13, 1950, February 13, 1950],
[Item 115: RG-30.115, Application for the new Institute, Dr. Bibring, APA, April 3, 1950, April 3, 1950],
[Item 116: RG-30.116, Substantiation of the cessationists, the formation of a new institute, April  6, 1950, April 6, 1950],
[Item 117: RG-30.117, A letter to Ernst Lewy from M.A. Maeder, APA, April 13, 1950, April 13, 1950],
[Item 118: RG-30.118, A letter from May E. Romm to Robert Knight, APA, April 12,1950, April 12, 1950],
[Item 119: RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950, April 14, 1950],
[Item 120: RG-30.119, A letter from Robert Knight to May E. Romm, April 14, 1950, April 14, 1950],
[Item 121: RG-30.121, Board of Prefessional Standards, pending the second institute, April 1950, April 1950],
[Item 122: RG-30.122, Ernst Lewy, misrepresentation of endorsement, April 17, 1950, April 17, 1950],
[Item 123: RG-30.123, A letter from Robert Morse to May E. Romm, April 18, 1950, April 18, 1950],
[Item 124: RG-30.124, A proposal for an operational agreement, LAPSI, May 1950, May 1950],
[Item 125: RG-30.125, Ralph Greenson, Memorandum, the new institute, May 11, 1950, May 11, 1950],
[Item 126: RG-30.126, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, May 16, 1950, May 16, 1950],
[Item 127: RG-30.127, The Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine, articles of incorporation, March 28, 1950, March 28, 1950],
[Item 128: RG-30.128, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, APA, May 25, 1950, RG-30.128],
[Item 129: RG-30.129, A letter from Edward Bibring to Ernst Lewy, discourse, April 21, 1950, April 21, 1950],
[Item 130: RG-30.130 Carel Van Der Heide, Memorandum, discourse, May 27, 1950, May 27, 1950],
[Item 131: RG-30.131, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum, discourse, ca June 1950, ca JUne 1950],
[Item 132: RG-30.132, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Edward Bibring, discourse, June 2, 1950, June 2, 1950],
[Item 133: RG-30.133, Names of the resignen members of the secding group, June 8, 1950, June 8, 1950],
[Item 134: RG-30.134, May E. Romm to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 19, 1950, June 19, 1950],
[Item 135: RG-30.135, Loeb and Loeb to Dr. Tidd, division of funds, June 21, 1950, June 21, 1950],
[Item 136: RG-30.136, The Split is Imminent. Scientific meeting, February 16, 1950, Ernst Lewy, February 16, 1950],
[Item 137: RG-30.137, Letter from Gang, Kopp and Tyre to Walter Hilborn, LAPSI, June 1950, June 23, 1950],
[Item 138: RG-30.138, Agreement between the two institutes, June 1950, June 1950],
[Item 139: RG-30.139, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Henry Katz, discourse, June 1950, June 1950],
[Item 140: RG-30.140, Letter from Henry Katz to Ernst Lewy, discourse, July 1950, July 1950],
[Item 141: RG-30.141, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, notes, July  6,1950, July 19506,],
[Item 142: RG-30.142, Ernst Lewy, Memorandum to Frances Deri, December 15, 1950, December 15, 1950],
[Item 143: RG-30.143, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Martin Grotjahn, December 19, 1950, December 19, 1950],
[Item 144: RG-30.144, Letter from Ernst Lewy to May E. Romm, December 29, 1950, December 29, 1950],
[Item 145: RG-30.145, A resignation letter from the seceding group, December 31, 1950, December 31, 1950],
[Item 146: RG-30.146. Gang, Kopp and Tyre, tax exemption, the new institute, June 13, 1950, June 13, 1950],
[Item 147: RG-30.147, A Letter from Martin Grotjahn to Ernst Lewy, December 1950, December 1950],
[Item 148: RG-30.148, Financial dealings between the two institutes, January 11, 1951, January 11, 1951],
[Item 149: RG-30.149, Letter from May E. Romm to Charles Tidd, January 9, 1951, January 9, 1951],
[Item 150: RG-30.150, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Paul Holmer, discourse, October 19, 1953, October 19, 1953],
[Item 151: RG-30.151, A Letter from Paul Holmer to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 29,1953, October 29, 1953],
[Item 152: RG-30.152, Letter from Lawrence Friedman to Ernst Lewy, discourse, October 19, 1953, October 19, 1953],
[Item 153: RG-30.153, Milton Miller, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950, May 22, 1950],
[Item 154: RG-30.154, May E. Romm, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 22, 1950, May 22, 1950],
[Item 155: RG-30.155, Resignations of Briehl, Clinco, Frumkes, Hacker, Marmor, May 23, 1950, May 23, 1950],
[Item 156: RG-30.156, Martin Grotjahn, resignation from Psychoanalytic Society, May 26, 1950, May 26, 1950],
[Item 157: RG-30.157, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, September 15, 1966, September 15, 1966],
[Item 158: RG-30.158, Psychoanalytic Society, proposed By-Laws, ca 1960, 1960],
[Item 159: RG-30.159, Psychoanalytic Society,  proposed By-Laws, December 15, 1966, December 15, 1966],
[Item 160: RG-30.160, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws for the Society-Institute, June 7, 1966, June 7, 1966],
[Item 161: RG-30.161, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Membership roster, October 13, 1958, October 13, 1958],
[Item 162: RG-30.162, LAPSI, Four-year courses of studies, description and literature, July 15,  1959, July 15, 1959],
[Item 163: RG-30.163, LAPSI, Instructions for training analysts, November 24, 1959, November 24, 1959],
[Item 164: RG-30.164, LAPSI, Structure of the Institute and Society, July 15, 1959, July 15, 1959],
[Item 165: RG-30.165, LAPSI, Manual for Psychoanalytic candidates, October 1958, October 13, 1958],
[Item 166: RG-30.166. Financial dealings between the two institutes, January, February 27, 1951, February 17, 1951],
[Item 167: RG-30.167, A letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, April 28, 1963, April 28, 1963],
[Item 168: RG-30.168. LAPSI, Curriculum and Bibliography, Spring 1952, Spring 1952],
[Item 169: RG-30.169, Letter from Ernst Lewy to Albert Kandelin, May 4, 1963, May 4, 1963],
[Item 170: RG-30.170, A letter to Albert Kandelin from Emanuel Windholz, May 23, 1966, May 23, 1966],
[Item 171: RG-30.171, A letter from Jeanetta Menninger to Albert Kandelin, September 26, 1966, September 26, 1966],
[Item 172: RG-30.172, A letter from Virginia Eicholtz to Albert Kandelin, October 3, 1966, October 3, 1966],
[Item 173: RG-30.173, Albert Kandelin, Ernest  Simmel and Schloss Tegel, ca 1960, ca 1960],
[Item 174: RG-30.174, Albert Kandelin, Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, reference to a book, 1961, 1961],
[Item 175: RG-30.175, Albert Kandelin, Memorandum of the Split, May 15, 1962, May 15, 1962],
[Item 176: RG-30.176, Kandelin Dissension in Retrospect, February 10, 1963, February 10, 1963],
[Item 177: RG-30.177, Kandelin, History Committee Report, June 16, 1966, June 16, 1966],
[Item 178: RG-30.178, Kandelin, Laymen in California, Ernest Simmel writings, ca 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 179: RG-30.179, Letter from Ernst Simmel to Franz Alexander, May 31, 1938, discourse, May 31, 1938],
[Item 180: RG-30.180, Dr. Greenson, Psychoanalysis comes to the West Coast, personal discourse, 1975, 1975],
[Item 181: RG-30.181, Kandelin, Review of LA Psychoanalytic Society minutes, 1942 – 1953, June 1962, June 1962],
[Item 182: RG-30.182, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, May 8, 1969, minutes, May 8, 1969],
[Item 183: RG-30.183, LAPSI, meeting for the candidates evaluation committee,  May 19, 1969, May 19, 1969],
[Item 184: RG-30.184, Manual for psychoanalytic candidates, draft, revised, May 1969, May 1969],
[Item 185: RG-30.185, LAPSI, Coordinating council meeting, minutes, April 10, 1969, April 10, 1969],
[Item 186: RG-30.186, LAPSI, Annual meeting of the faculty, minutes, April 22, 1969, April 22, 1969],
[Item 187: RG-30.187, LAPSI, meeting of the faculty, meeting of the candidates evaluation, agenda, March 19, April 22, 1969, March 19 and April 22, 1969],
[Item 188: RG-30.188, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, March 13, 1969, March 13, 1969],
[Item 189: RG-30.189, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, February 13, 1969, February 13, 1969],
[Item 190: RG-30.190, Report on the Special Committee to Joint San Diego Training, ca 1969, ca 1969],
[Item 191: RG-30.191, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates evaluation committee, February 11, 1969, February 11, 1969],
[Item 192: RG-30.192, LAPSI, meeting of the coordinating council, November 14, 1968, November 14, 1968],
[Item 193: RG-30.193, LAPSI, meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, November 12, 1968, November 12, 1968],
[Item 194: RG-30.194, LAPSI, Principles and Practice of Student Progression, workshop, Boston, May, 9, 1968, May 9, 1968],
[Item 195: RG-30.195, LAPSI, Meeting of the coordinating council, minutes, October 10, 1968, October 10, 1968],
[Item 196: RG-30.196, LAPSI, Meeting of the candidates’ evaluation committee, August 28, 1968, August 28, 1968],
[Item 197: RG-30.197, LAPSI, Roster of analyzing instructors, July 1968, July 1969],
[Item 198: RG-30.198 LAPSI, meeting of the certification council, July 11, 1968, July 11, 1968],
[Item 199: RG-30.199, LAPSI, Correspondence between Dr. Rosengarten and Dr. Futterman, October 1968, October 16 and 22, 11968],
[Item 200: RG-30.200, LAPSI, Three-year Curriculum, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 201: RG-30.201, LAPSI, a planned expansion for the LAPSI, Bulletin 1, 1950s, 1950s],
[Item 202: RG-30.202, LAPSI, Report of the Dean of the Training School, 1953-1957, June 1957, June 1957],
[Item 203: RG-30.203, Samuel Sperling, Ad Hoc Committee for the Society and Institute, ca 1965, ca 1965],
[Item 204: RG-30.204, Report on Activities of Community Education Committee, 1967, 1968, 1967, 1968],
[Item 205: RG-30.205, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Budget, 1967, 1968, 1967, 1968],
[Item 206: RG-30.206, Correspondence between Dr. Grotstein and  Senator Charles Percy, June 1967, June 1967],
[Item 207: RG-30.207, Community education committee, meeting, minutes, November 27, 1967, November 27, 1967],
[Item 208: RG-30.208, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, January 16, 1968, January 16, 1968],
[Item 209: RG-30.209, Community Education Committee, meeting, minutes, March 25, 1968, March 25. 1968],
[Item 210: RG-30.211, LAPSI, a seminar series, announcement, March-May 1968, March - May 1968],
[Item 211: RG-30.212, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meetings, minutes, December 5, 1967, December 5, 1967],
[Item 212: RG-30.213, LAPSI, Board of Directors, meeting, minutes, October 12. 1967, October 12, 1967],
[Item 213: RG-30.214, LAPSI, Business meeting, minutes, November 16, 1967, November 16, 1967],
[Item 214: RG-30.215 Further suggested reorganization of the Society-Institute, 1960s, 1960s],
[Item 215: RG-30.216, Mandel - Walsh Affair, Society-Institute, January - March 1968, January - March 1968],
[Item 216: RG-30.217, The Psychoanalytic Study Group of Los Angeles, Amendment to By-Laws, January 25, 1952, January 25, 1952],
[Item 217: RG-30.218, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 218: RG-30.219, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, business meeting, November 19, 1964, November 19, 1964],
[Item 219: RG-30.220, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Memorandum from Rangell, October 15, 1964, October 15, 1964],
[Item 220: RG-30.221, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Bulletin No. 1, 1964, 1964],
[Item 221: RG-30.222, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Special business meeting, June 25, 1964, June 25, 1964],
[Item 222: RG-30.223, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 223: RG-30.224, LAPSI, President Annual Report, Samuel Sperling, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 224: RG-30.225, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May, 1964, May 1964],
[Item 225: RG-30.226, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964, January 16, 1964],
[Item 226: RG-30.227, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, September 16, 1957, September 16, 1957],
[Item 227: RG-30.228, LAPSI, special business meeting, May 21, 1964, May 21, 1964],
[Item 228: RG-30.229, LAPSI, Special business meeting, March 26, 1964, March 26, 1964],
[Item 229: RG-30.230, LAPSI, Annual education committee meeting, June 3, 1965, June 3, 1965],
[Item 230: RG-30.231, LAPSI, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, December 4, 1958, December 4, 1958],
[Item 231: RG-30.232, LAPSI, Combined meeting of the Board of Trustees and Membership, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 232: RG-30.233, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 11, 1958, December 11, 1958],
[Item 233: RG-30.234, Board of Trustees,  membership meeting, annual report, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 234: RG-30.235, President of the Institute and Society, address, Wilfred Bion, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 235: RG-30.236, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1968, November 21, 1968],
[Item 236: RG-30.237, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 19, 1968, September 19, 1968],
[Item 237: RG-30.238, LAPSI, Annual Business Meeting, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 238: RG-30.239, LAPSI, Committee on Child Analysis, provisions, July 22, 1968, July 22, 1968],
[Item 239: RG-30.240, LAPSI, Kenneth Rubin, memo, June 20, 1968, June 20, 1968],
[Item 240: RG-30.241 LAPSI, Melvin Mandel, Report of Community Education Committee, June 1968, June 1968],
[Item 241: RG-30.242, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1968, April 18, 1968],
[Item 242: RG-30.243, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 18, 1968, April 18, 1968],
[Item 243: RG-30.244, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1968, Greenson, March 21, 1968],
[Item 244: RG-30.245, Mental Health, Coordinating Council, LAPSI, April 4, 1968, April 4, 1968],
[Item 245: RG-30.246, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 29, 1968, February 29, 1968],
[Item 246: RG-30.247, LAPSI, Meeting of the Board of Directors, October 2, 1969, October 2, 1969],
[Item 247: RG-30.248, LAPSI, Composition of the committees,  members appointed, October 1969, October 1969],
[Item 248: RG-30.249, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1969, October 16, 1969],
[Item 249: RG-30.250, Library Committee, memo from Thomas Mintz, September 16, 1969, October 16, 1969],
[Item 250: RG-30.251, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1969, September 18, 1969],
[Item 251: RG-30.257, LAPSI, Presidential Address, Arthur Ourieff, June 19, 1969, June 19, 1969],
[Item 252: RG-30.259, LAPSI, Executive meeting, Community Education Committee, June 30, 1969, June 30, 1968],
[Item 253: RG-30.260, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 19, 1963, December 19, 1963],
[Item 254: RG-30.261, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1963, December 19, 1963],
[Item 255: RG-30.262, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 21, 1963, November 21, 1963],
[Item 256: RG-30.263, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 20, 1963, June 20, 1963],
[Item 257: RG-30.264, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws Changes, 1963, 1963],
[Item 258: RG-30.265, LAPSI, Proposed By-Laws changes, provisions, 1963, 1963],
[Item 259: RG-30.266, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 16, 1963, May 16, 1963],
[Item 260: RG-30.267, LAPSI, Business meeting, April 18, 1963, April 18, 1963],
[Item 261: RG-30.268, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 21, 1963, March 21, 1963],
[Item 262: RG-30.269, LAPSI, Business meeting, February 14, 1963, February 14],
[Item 263: RG-30.270, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 8, 1966, December 8, 1966],
[Item 264: LAPSI, RG-30.271, Education Committee meeting, October 6, 1966, October 6, 1966],
[Item 265: RG-30.272, LAPSI, Committees of the Institute, 1966 -- 1967, 1966 -- 1967],
[Item 266: RG-30.273, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, September 8, 1966, September 8, 1966],
[Item 267: RG-30.274, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, July 7, 1966, July 7, 1966],
[Item 268: RG-30.275 LAPSI, from Ivan McGuire to Education Committee, 1966, 1966],
[Item 269: RG-30.276, LAPSI, Annual Board of Trustees meeting, June 9, 1966, June 9, 1966],
[Item 270: RG-30.277, LAPSI, Annual Report of the Director 1965 -- 1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 271: RG-30.278, LAPSI, Chairman of the Education Committee, report, 1965--1966, 1965 -- 1966],
[Item 272: RG-30.279, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, May 12, 1966, May 12, 1966],
[Item 273: RG-30.280, LAPSI, Study Curriculum, assignment of instructors, autumn, 1966, Autumn 1966],
[Item 274: RG-30.281, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, June 2, 1966, June 2, 1966],
[Item 275: RG-30.282, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, March 3, 1966, March 3, 1966],
[Item 276: RG-30.283, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, April 7, 1966, April 7, 1966],
[Item 277: RG-30.284, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, December 9, 1965, December 9, 1965],
[Item 278: RG-30.285, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, January 6, 1966, January 6, 1966],
[Item 279: RG-30.286, LAPSI, Education Committee meeting, February 3, 1966, February 3, 1966],
[Item 280: RG-30.287, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1966, October 20, 1966],
[Item 281: RG-30.288, LAPSI, Annual meeting, June 16, 1966, June 16, 1966],
[Item 282: RG-30.289, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 19, 1966, May 19, 1966],
[Item 283: RG-30.290, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, April 21, 1966, April 21, 1966],
[Item 284: RG-30.291, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 17, 1966, March 17, 1966],
[Item 285: RG-30.292, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, March 17, 1966, March 17, 1966],
[Item 286: RG-30.293, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 20, 1966, January 20, 1966],
[Item 287: RG-30.295, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 16, 1965, December 16, 1965],
[Item 288: RG-30.296, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 16, 1965, December 16, 1965],
[Item 289: RG-30.297, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, November 18, 1965, November 18, 1965],
[Item 290: RG-30.298, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 27, 1965, October 27, 1965],
[Item 291: RG-30.299, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, October 21, 1965, October 21, 1965],
[Item 292: RG-30.300, LAPSI, Report from the Program Committee, September 16, 1965, September 16, 1965],
[Item 293: RG-30.301, LAPSI, Business meeting, September 16, 1965, September 16, 1965],
[Item 294: RG-30.302, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 295: RG-30.303, LAPSI, Report of the Committee on Mutual Problems, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 296: RG-30.304, LAPSI, Scientifif meeting, March 18, 1965, March 18, 1965],
[Item 297: RG-30.305, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, February 26, 1965, February 26, 1965],
[Item 298: RG-30.298, LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, February 11, 1965, February 11,1965],
[Item 299: RG-30.307, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 21, 1965, January 21, 1965],
[Item 300: RG-30.308, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 301: RG-30.309, LAPSI, Annual Education committee meeting, June 3, 1965, June 3, 1965],
[Item 302: RG-30.310, LAPSI, Board of Trustees and Membership meeting, June 10, 1965, June 10, 1965],
[Item 303: RG-30.311, LAPSI, Annual report of the Director, 1964-1965, 1964 - 1965],
[Item 304: RG-30.312, LAPSI, Education Committee meetings, May 6, June 3, 1965, May 6, June 3, 1965],
[Item 305: RG-30.313, LAPSI,  Faculty Appointments, April 1965, April 1, 1965],
[Item 306: RG-30.315, LAPSI, Education committee meeting, March 4, 1965, March 4, 1965],
[Item 307: RG-30.316, LAPSI, Metapsychology, the course assignments, winter trimester,  1962, Winter 1962],
[Item 308: RG-30.317, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 17, 1964, December 17, 1964],
[Item 309: RG-30.319, LAPSI, Business meeting, November 19, 1964, November 19, 1964],
[Item 310: RG-30.320, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 20, 1964, October 20, 1964],
[Item 311: RG-30.321 LAPSI, Memorandum from Leo Rangel, October 15, 1964, October 15, 1964],
[Item 312: RG-30.322, LAPSI, Bulletin, No. 1, Leo Rangell, Bulletin, No.1, 1964, 1964],
[Item 313: RG-30.323, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 25, 1964, June 25, 1964],
[Item 314: RG-30.324, LAPSI, President's annual report, Samuel Sperling, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 315: RG-30.325, LAPSI, Annual business meeting, June 18, 1964, June 18, 1964],
[Item 316: RG-30.326, LAPSI, Committee for the Study of Psychoanalytic Practice, discourse, May 1964, May 1964],
[Item 317: RG-30.327, LAPSI, Business meeting, March 26, 1964, March 26, 1964],
[Item 318: RG-30.328, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 21, 1964, May 21, 1964],
[Item 319: RG-30.329, LAPSI, Scientific meeting, Depression and the Incapacity to Bear It, February 26, 1964, February 26, 1964],
[Item 320: RG-30.330, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 16, 1964, January 16, 1964],
[Item 321: RG-30.331, LAPSI, Scientific and business meetings, September 16, 1957, September 16, 1957],
[Item 322: RG-30.332 LAPSI, Scientific meeting, December 19, 1957, December 19, 1957],
[Item 323: RG-30.333, LAPSI, Business meeting, December 18, 1958, December 18, 1958],
[Item 324: RG-30.334, LAPSI, Business meeting, October 16, 1958, October 16, 1958],
[Item 325: RG-30.335 LAPSI, Business meeting, September 18, 1958, September 18, 1958],
[Item 326: RG-30.336, LAPSI, Business meeting, June 19, 1958, Milton Wexler, June 19, 1958],
[Item 327: RG-30.337, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, Constitution, May 28, 1958, May 28, 1958],
[Item 328: RG-30.338, LAPSI, Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society, By-Laws, May 28, 1958, May 28, 1958],
[Item 329: RG-30.339, LAPSI, Business meeting, May 22, 1958, May 22, 1958],
[Item 330: RG-30.340, LAPSI, Scientific and Business meeting, February 20, 1958, February 20, 1958],
[Item 331: RG-30.341, LAPSI, Business meeting, January 19, 1967, January 19, 1967],
[Item 332: RG-30.342, LAPSI, Psychoanalytic Clinic, present status, November 12, 1964, November 12, 1964],
[Item 333: RG-30.343, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1963--1964, 1963 - 1964],
[Item 334: RG-30.344, LAPSI, Membership meeting, April 9, 1964, April 9, 1964],
[Item 335: RG-30.345, LAPSI, Annual report, Dean of the Training School, 1962 -- 1963, 1963],
[Item 336: RG-30.346, LAPSI, Lecture of D.W. Winnicott, October 3, 1962, October 3, 1962],
[All]


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