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Fichtner, G. (2003). Chronology of the Letters: Appendix to The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938. The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938, 242-253.

Fichtner, G. (2003). Chronology of the Letters. The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938, 242-253

Chronology of the Letters: Appendix to The Sigmund Freud-Ludwig Binswanger Correspondence 1908-1938 Book Information Previous Up Next

Gerhard Fichtner

  Abbreviations of names
AF Anna Freud AM Alphonse Maeder
LB Ludwig Binswanger MF Martha Freud
PH Paul Häberlin SF Sigmund Freud
  Abbreviations of letter types
C Card H Handwritten
L Letter LC Lettercard
MS Manuscript PC Postcard
PPC Picture Postcard T Telegram
TD Telegram draft TL Typed letter
TLC Typed letter (carbon copy or letterbook copy) VC Visiting card

List of Illustrations and Facsimiles with Acknowledgement of Sources

p. xii: The Bellevue Sanatorium, main building (seen from the park side). Photographer: Arthur Brugger, Kreuzlingen. BA in the Archive of Tübingen University.

p. xiii: The park of the Bellevue Sanatorium. Photographer: Arthur Brugger, Kreuzlingen. BA in the Archive of Tübingen University.

p. 4: Ludwig Binswanger's wife, Hertha, née Buchenberger, about 1910. Frau Trudi and Dr. Wolfgang Binswanger, Kreuzlingen.

p. 11: Bellevue Sanatorium: dining hall. BA in the Archive of Tübingen University 442/364.

p. 11: Bellevue Sanatorium: entrance hall with a view into the reading room (left) and the entrance to the dining room (right). BA in the Archive of Tübingen University 442/364.

p. 58: Ludwig Binswanger, about 1911. Frau Trudi and Dr. Wolfgang Binswanger, Kreuzlingen

p. 97: Sigmund Freud, circa 1912, on the balcony of Berggasse 19, Vienna. Taken by his son Martin. By permission of Sigmund Freud Copyrights / Mark Paterson and Associates.

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