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Rubin, T.I. (1970). American Institute for Psychoanalysis Board of Trusties. Am. J. Psychoanal., 30(1):93-93.
(1970). American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 30(1):93-93
American Institute for Psychoanalysis Board of Trusties
Theodore I. Rubin, M.D.
On September 7, 1968, our own Dr. Nathan Freeman passed away after having served in health and in sickness as President of our Institute for 13 consecutive years. A classroom on the 4th floor of the Karen Horney Clinic building has been designated by the Board of Trustees as the Nathan Freeman Lecture Room. Inscribed on the memorial plaque are the sentiments which we share about him:
His wisdom, compassion, devotion and courage will always be an inspiration to us.
On September 11, 1968, Dr. Harry Gershman, who was vice-president of the Institute, assumed the role of president. Dr. Louis Hott was elected vice-president, and Dr. Alexandra Symonds was elected by the Board to serve for the interim period until the next annual election. Ten meetings of the Board of Trustees have been held since July 1, 1968. Two membership meetings were held, one in October, 1968, and one in April, 1969. At the Interim meeting in October, constitutional changes were proposed and accepted by the membership. These changes pertained to voting by proxy and to committee action for the removal of trustees.
The following were graduated by the Board of Trustees: Dr. Joseph R. Buchanan, Dr. Carmelo Cimillo, Dr. Ray S. Greenberg, Dr. Carl Kornreich, Dr. Eugene B. Papowitz, Dr. Elizabeth J. Radle, Dr. Leonidas Samouilidis, Dr. Eleanor Yachnes.
The Langbert Pavilion was dedicated with appropriate ceremonies on October 19, 1968 and became functional on December 19, 1968. Under the leadership of Dr. Louis Hott, the Karen Horney Clinic continues its expansion of services.
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