Mary Louise Ainsworth Papers (1948-1976)


Abstract | This collection contains materials related to the life and work of Mary Louise Ainsworth, a former President of the Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco and a life-long student of Jungian psychology. The collection documents her experience studying at the C.G. Jung Institut in Zurich and the many relationships that formed as a result. The collection contains letters from C.G. Jung, Emma Jung, and Carl Meier, among others. Materials include correspondence, photographs, academic paperwork, and Zurich Institut program guides. The inclusive date range is 1948-1976.

Significant topics represented in these files include: C.G. Jung Institut, Zurich; Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco; C.G. Jung; Emma Jung; Toni Wolff; Carl Meier.

Physical holdings | One album box (1 linear foot)

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