Abstract | This collection contains materials related to the life and work of Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychologist who founded the field of analytical psychology. This collection documents Jung’s personal and professional life, his wide network of friends and colleagues, and his lifelong scholarly interests and pursuits. Materials include correspondence, photographs, articles, obituaries, clippings, speeches, drafts, magazines, and pamphlets created and/or published between 1897 and 1992. The bulk of the materials date from the 1920s to the early 1990s.
In addition to the main collection, the Archive also maintains a C. G. Jung Reference Collection (Box 5). The Reference Collection contains general materials related to Jung’s life and work, compiled by the Archive. Materials are added regularly.
Physical holdings | 3 linear feet (3 document boxes, 1 portfolio, 1 album)
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