The Library of Congress just made available more than 20,000 items from the personal papers of Sigmund Freud

A pair of love letters from Freud and his fiance Martha Bernays, part of a selection of Sigmund Freud's personal artifactsi n the Library of Congress's online archiv, which launches on Jan. 31, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

The Library of Congress has digitized much of its extensive Sigmund Freud Collection, 20,000 items in all, including letters, artifacts from his personal and professional life and hundreds of interviews with colleagues, family members, patients and even his housekeeper.

The Library of Congress: Sigmund Freud Collection

Postcard: Sigmund Freud to wife Martha Freud sent on his arrival in New York for a lecture and signed also by colleagues Sandor Ferenczi, C. G. Jung and A. A. Brill, August 30, 1909

See also: Freud in America - Freud's first and only visit to the United States


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