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Kelman, H. (1943). The Auxiliary Council to the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis. Am. J. Psychoanal., 3(1):61-63.

(1943). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 3(1):61-63

The Auxiliary Council to the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis

Harold Kelman, M.D.

Officers and Committees

President: Mr. Arnold L. Scheuer
1st Vice Pres.: Mr. Sam Hyman
2nd Vice Pres.: Mrs. Peggy Wright Weidman
3rd Vice Pres.: Miss Winifred Arrington
Treasurer: Mrs. Julia Rose
Executive Sect.: Miss M. Rose Kirshen
Financial Sect.: Miss Mae Levine
Recording Sect.: Miss Doris Havice
Delegates at large Mr. Elliott Biskind
  Mrs. Ruth Webber
  Mrs. Gene Rhoades
Program Committee Ways and Means Committee
Miss Sophie Schupack, Chairman Mrs. Elizabeth Lancaster, Chairman
Membership Committee Publicity Committee
Mrs. Gertrude Hyman, Chairman Mrs. Laura Grabbe, Chairman
House and Clinic Committee
Mrs. Julia Rose, Chairman

One of the functions of the Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis, as set forth in its constitution, is “to disseminate to the community those elements in psychoanalysis which may be useful to it.”

Toward that end, among others, the Auxiliary Council to the Association was organized in March 1942. To coordinate the work of the Auxiliary Council and the Association, a Liaison Committee was set-up, composed of Association members.

Since

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