THEODOR REIK - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/04/1962 - HFSID 57191
THEODOR REIK Reik handwrote, dated and signed this letter in 1962, asking the recipient to send him letters from Sigmund Freud. With original mailing envelope. Autograph letter signed "Theodor Reik" in blue ink. 1 page, 6x7¾, on Lake Mohonk Mountain House stationery. Aug. 4, 1962.
Sale Price $765.00
Reik handwrote, dated and signed this letter in 1962, asking the recipient to send him letters from Sigmund Freud. With original mailing envelope.
Autograph letter signed "Theodor Reik" in blue ink. 1 page, 6x7¾, on Lake Mohonk Mountain House stationery. Aug. 4, 1962. In full: "Dear Teditha: May I remind you of you premise [sic] to send me the Freud=letter I gave to Clem. (I enclose stamps to that you need not go to the post office). It was a pleasure to see you. I hope every thing is going your way, give please my re=gards to your friend and the charm ing [sic] children. Many thanks Cordially". Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Handwriting, but not signature, is lightly smeared and has bled lightly in places, but is legible. Paper clip impression near upper left corner. Scratch near address. Otherwise in fine condition. Accompanied by: Original mailing envelope from Lake Mohonk Mountain House stationery, signed "Theodore Reik" in blue ink on flap. Postmarked New York City, Aug. 4, 1962. Addressed in Reik's hand to Mrs. Yehiba Staff. New York City. With one 4¢ purple-and-white Lincoln stamp affixed. Lightly toned, soiled and creased. Flap was opened with paper loss from envelope. Otherwise in fine condition. American psychologist REIK (1888-1969, born in Vienna, Austria) was one of Sigmund Freud's earliest and most brilliant students (their association lasted from 1910-1938, when Reik came to the U.S.). In 1948, Dr. Reik, who is noted for his research in such areas as masochism and criminology, founded the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis. His works include The Secret Self (1952), Of Love and Lust (1957), Voices from the Inaudible (1964), Curiosities of the Self (1965) and The Many Faces of Sex (1956).
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