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(1959). News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes. Bul. Amer. Psychoanal. Assn., 15:362-380.
(1959). Bulletin of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 15:362-380
News and Proceedings of Affiliate Societies and Institutes
Baltimore Psychoanalytic Society and Institute
Correspondent: Richard H. Pembroke, Jr., M.D.
The Baltimore Foundation for Psychoanalysis has purchased the building at 821 North Charles Street, and it has been remodeled for use by the Institute for administrative offices, classrooms, library, students' offices, and for use by the Society for meetings.
All communications to both the Baltimore Psychoanalytic Institute and Society should be addressed henceforth to 821 North Charles Street, Baltimore 1, Maryland.
The Baltimore Psychoanalytic Society announces the establishment of the Lewis B. Hill Memorial Fund to further research in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychiatry. Contributions are welcomed and can be made to the Baltimore Foundation for Psychoanalysis, Inc., 821 North Charles Street, Baltimore 1, Maryland.
Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc.
Correspondent: Joseph J. Michaels, M.D.
On Sunday, November 30, 1958, the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Inc. celebrated the 25th anniversary of its founding. At the afternoon session, with Dr. Joseph J. Michaels, President, presiding, two papers were read. Dr. Ives Hendrick spoke on "Birth of an Institute"; Dr. Bertram Lewin on "The Organization of Psychoanalytic Education—Historical and Current"; and Dr. John M. Murray discussed briefly some implications of psychoanalytic education for psychiatry and related disciplines. In the evening, for dinner, Dr. M. Ralph Kaufman, a charter member of this Society, was toastmaster and Dr. Karl Menninger spoke on "Footprints."
Over 350 people attended these meetings including charter members, former and present students, medical and lay persons who have been associated with the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute and others interested in psychoanalytic work. Among the invited guests who attended were: Dr. Marion E. Kenworthy, President of the American Psychoanalytic Association; Dr. Lewis Robbins, Secretary; Dr.
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