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  • 1
    Media Combination
    Media Combination
    [New York City],
    Language: English
    Pages: 25 + 4 pages : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 2000
    Keywords: Freud, Sigmund, ; Moses ; Monotheism. ; Literature Religion. ; Psychoanalysis. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Essay on Freud's obsession with completing his book "Moses and Monotheism" and the radical psychoanalytic contents of the book
    Note: Available on microfilm
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  • 2
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    [Place of publication not identified] :[publisher not identified],
    Language: English
    Pages: 98 pages (double space) : , 98 pages (double space) : , bound typescript. , Typewritten manuscript (bound)
    Year of publication: 1979
    Keywords: Freud, Martin. ; Flöge, Emilie Louise, ; Freud, Ernestine Drucker. ; Freud, Anna, ; Freud, Sigmund, ; Mädchenlyzeum der Frau Dr. Phil. Eugenie Schwarzwald (Vienna, Austria) viaf. ; Mädchenlyzeum der Frau Dr. Phil. Eugenie Schwarzwald (Vienna, Austria) viaf. ; Divorce. ; National socialism. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Actors. ; Lawyers. ; Speech therapists. ; Voyages and travels. ; Women authors. ; Women Education. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Austria History 1918-1938. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; Casablanca (Morocco) ; France. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoirs were written in 1979 in the United States. Esti Freud was the first born daughter of a Viennese Jewish lawyer. Her mother was a passionate singer whose career was prevented by her early marriage. Childhood memories and recollection of summer vacations. Confusion of religious identity due to her pious Catholic nanny. Private tutoring and attending "Schwarzwaldschule", a highly esteemed girl's school. Her plans to study at university were inhibited by her mother, who feared her to become hunchbacked. Instead she was offered speech lessons to become an actress. Outings to the mountains with her father. Confrontation with stereotypical perceptions of a young woman's reputation. Outbreak of World War One. Volunteering as a nurse. Recollections of the flow of refugees in Vienna and the scarceness of food. Various public poetry recitation in Vienna and Prague. Courtship and marriage to Martin Freud. Recollections of the Freud family and the "Herr Professor" Freud himself. Difficulties to start a household in postwar Austria. Martin, who had studied law, obtained a position as a clerk in a bank. Difficulties of married life. Birth of her children Walter (1921) and Sophie (1924). Starting a career in speech therapy. Training at the clinic for speech and voice disorders of Dr. Froeschel. Memories of the worker's uprise in 1927. Position as a lecturer in speech therapy at the Vienna University in 1932. Political instability due to the rise of fascism in Europe. "Anschluss" in 1938 and the sudden reality of Nazi terror. Preparation to emigrate. Estrangement and separation from her husband. The Freud family left for England, whereas Esti and her daughter emigrated to France. New life in Paris. German occupation of France. Esti and her daughter Sophie escaped to Casablanca. Emigration to the United States and starting a new career in New York.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English
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  • 3
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    [Vienna, Austria] :[publisher not identified],
    Pages: 200 photographs : , 8 contact sheets.
    Year of publication: 1945
    Keywords: Freud, Anna, ; Freud, Sigmund, ; Herzl, Theodor, Tombs. ; Rothschild Transit Camp Team 350. ; United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. ; Cemeteries ; Jewish refugees 1945. ; Bombing, Aerial 1945. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Photographs. ; Photographs.
    Abstract: The bulk of the photographs show refugees at the Rothschild Transit Camp in Vienna, ca. 1945. Also included are photographs of the bomb-damaged streetscape, the Jewish section of Vienna’s main cemetery, elderly Austrians in a city park, and – for no obvious reason - photographs of Sigmund Freud and his daughter, Anna.
    Description / Table of Contents: Container List:
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/1 Rothschild Transit Camp No. 350: men, women and babies // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/2 Rothschild Transit Camp No. 350: men, women, babies and children at play // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/3 Rothschild Transit Camp No. 350: medical treatments // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/4 Rothschild Transit Camp No. 350: elderly inmates. Also: bomb-damaged streetscapes // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/5 Officials; Vienna’s bomb-damaged cityscape, incl. the synagogue in Seitenstettengasse; general population in a city park // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/6 Portraits of children and groups // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/7 Zentralfriedhof, 4.Tor: Vienna’s main Jewish cemetery, incl. the original grave of Theodor Herzl // 1945
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/8 Photographs of Sigmund Freud and his daughter, Anna Freud // undated
    Note: Finding aid available online.
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  • 4
    Language: German
    Pages: 245 pages (double space) : , Typewritten manuscript (carbon copy).
    Keywords: Adler, Viktor, ; Altenberg, Peter, ; Freud, Sigmund, ; Authors. ; Journalists. ; Philologists. ; Voyages and travels. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Socialism. ; Education, Higher 1871-1918. ; Soldiers. ; Prague (Czech Republic) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Youth in Prague; university studies in Vienna; acquaintance with Sigmund Freud, Viktor Adler and Peter Altenberg; work as journalist and author of novels; description of his journeys to Italy, India and Egypt; experiences as war correspondent in World War I.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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