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(1956). The Freud Centenary Celebration of the American Psychoanalytic Association. Psychoanal Q., 25:301-301.

(1956). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 25:301-301

The Freud Centenary Celebration of the American Psychoanalytic Association

A special program in commemoration of the centenary of Freud's birth is being planned by The American Psychoanalytic Association during its annual meeting in Chicago which starts on April 26, 1956, at which Dr. Ernest Jones of London will be the honored guest.

In addition to scientific sessions and panel meetings as usually scheduled, the program will feature several special events. Three motion picture films taken during Freud's life will be shown on Friday morning, Friday afternoon, and Saturday morning. A reception in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Jones will be held Friday at five p.m. On Saturday afternoon there will be a plenary session at which Dr. Ernest Jones, the main speaker, will give an address on Our Attitude to Greatness. Saturday evening there will be a banquet (with no formal speeches) followed by dancing.

A very impressive collection of Freudiana has been assembled for exhibit throughout the meetings until May 4th. The collection will then be moved intact to New York City where it will be displayed at The Academy of Medicine.

The formal opening of the exhibit in Chicago will take place 9:30 a.m. Friday morning, April 27th. Greetings will be extended by Dr. Ernest Jones, Dr. Heinz Hartmann, President of The International Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Maxwell Gitelson, President of The American Psychoanalytic Association, Dr. Bertram D. Lewin, Chairman of The Freud Centenary Committee, and Dr. R. Finley Gayle, Jr., President of The American Psychiatric Association.

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