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Primarily consists of originals and copies of handwritten letters, postcards, and one manuscript written by James. Correspondents include cousin Anne Edwards, Professor W. Lutoslawski, Susan Goldmark, Thomas Sergeant Perry, Guy Waring, and others. Topics include James' writing, his health, the 1906 San Francisco earthquake (James and his family were at Stanford University when it happened), lecturing and travel, care of the insane, the change in Harvard University's presidency in 1910, and other topics. Also included is a letter from Alice James, William's wife, to Guy Waring after William's death; Karl Menninger's reading notes from James' San Francisco earthquake manuscript; and a 1970 article on James' life.

Creator: James, William, 1842-1910
Date: 1889-1910

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William James (psychologist) correspondence - 1 [Box 1 Folder 1]

Item Number: 223277
Call Number: Menninger Historic Psychiatry Coll., James, Box 1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223277

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