London: Hogarth Press, 1926. Second Edition 1950. Octavo; vg+/good; dj, sunned green spine with black text; dj, moderate shelf wear, chipping; small hole in middle of spine; HB, green cloth spine with gilt lettering; boards, strong, clean; minor shelf wear and bumping; text block clean, edges toning; 480pp.
Pennsylvania: Fernando Publishing Company, 1913. Octavo; VG/no-DJ; Age toned red spine with darkened gilded text. Boards have general shelf wear, slight bumping to corners, rubbing on edges, apart from that, binding strong; Textblock has age toned, cracking along gutter of verso of front end paper and first blank page, small blue stamp on rear paste down, otherwise, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 181.
Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. 1923. First Edition. Octavo; VG/no-DJ; spine forest green w/gold txt, creasing at joints, slight cocking of spine, fraying at head & tail, shelf wear; boards have bumping to corners, firm & clean; binding loose at hinges, front hinges starting to give by separating at spine itself; separated from head band; separation from seam in middle of book; pages good: minor wear, aging, missing portion of free front page. In very good condition overall. 237pp.
Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 2001. US Printing. 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. dark blue cloth HB, imprinted with opaque white title, between author and publisher. front board has enlarged titling, full author and red subtitle in italics; beneath an arrangement of concentric circles, cones and more. softly rubbed cloth, mainly rear. spot-free ivory fep/ffep. textblock is neat, clear and excellent, with 10 b/w plates and 25 figures, listed after table of contents with titles. smooth ivory edges, all outer sides. 485 pp. ISBN# 0803220103.
Paris: Librairie Plon, 1961. First Edition, #8574/8600. 8vo., xi, 673pp., ; G+/none; paperback, in brown wraps with black and red lettering on spine; spine cracked and worn, with the front cover curving over the spine; spotting to pages; age-toning to pages; ffep, title page, pages 477-end uncut; interior clean of writing or underlining; Foucault's first book, which discusses how West European society had dealt with madness, arguing that it was a social construct distinct from mental illness; shelved case 10.
New York, NY: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1976. US Printing. large 8vo. VG-/VG-. dark brown DJ spine, sunned mildly with large bold white uppercase between tiny uppercase editors and publisher. warmer original brown hue, heavily scuffed rear and jacket perimeter creasing and tiny closed cuts. some foxing to DJ reverse spine and fold areas. skimmed sheet quality, neatly alilgned textblock corners. foxed head-edge only. 306 pp. ISBN# 0306400294.
Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1970. First Edition. Octavo; VG/VG; dust jacket spine tan w/ black & olive txt, slight wear, creasing at tail, joints; boards firm, prev owner inscription & notes in inside frnt otherwise clean; binding strong in spite of slight separation from head band; pages have very little wear, aging. In exemplary cond. 560pp.
New York: International Universities Press, 1968. This vol. only. Octavo; VG/G+; Blue spine with white text; DJ front cover interior flap price clipped, moderate surface scuffing and edgewear, 1" closed tear at heel of spine, small (0.25") open tear and 0.5" closed tear on tail; Boards strong, minor rubbing to corners; Textblock clean; 690pp.
New York: International Universities Press, Inc. 1971. Octavo; G+/G-; Blue spine with white text; Dust jacket has moderately rubbed exterior with slightly fraying edges and lightly sunned spine, price clipped front flap; Boards have slightly sunned spine and rubbed edges & corners, otherwise strong & sturdy panels; Text block shows just slight shelf wear, mostly due to handling with unmarked pages and tight binding; pp 312.
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1975. Octavo; VG/VG-; Brown/white spine with brown/black text; Dust jacket has slightly age toned exterior with minor edge wear; Boards have slight wear with minor edge wear, otherwise strong and intact panels; Text block has slight age toned exterior edges, otherwise pages are unmarked with tight binding; Ex-library plate on front pastedown and pouch on rear pastedown, as is; pp 537.
New York: Medical War Books / International University Press, 1944. Thin octavo; good-fair; dj, sunned spine with black text; sj, age-toned; moderate shelf wear; HB, light yellow spine with black text; boards, minor shelf wear and bumping; signatures, pulling away from binding; some underlining in red pencil to text block; text block, toning; 128pp. Offered as is.
New York: International Universities Press, 1947. Annual. Octavo; good-/good; dj, white text in red color block at head of green spine with red text on several white stripes at the tail; dj, shelf wear; scuffing; open tears at the spine; HB, dark blue cloth spine with gold text; boards, minor shelf wear and bumping; former owner's name inked to front pastedown and title page; some red underlining to otherwise clean, but age-toning text block; 424pp.
New York: Emerson Books, 1935. First Edition. Octavo 117pp. hard cover with dust jacket in VG/VG condition. Bumping and shelf wear. Dust jacket is age toned and has minor chipping to extremities. Brown paper dust jacket is covered in protective brodart. DJ is corner clipped. Blue cloth covered boards have minimal shelf wear to corners. Text is age toned, but clean with tight binding. Shelved in psychology. Spine is brown with blue text.
1959-1978. Due to the length of the description, it has been formatted on our website for easier reading. We highly recommend reading it at www.secondstorybooks.com. Contains 16 loose letters to Paul Mellon from Anna Freud, as well as a copy of Children of the Hospital with an ALS pasted inside. Children in the Hospital, by Thesi Bergmann in collaboration with Anna Freud, published by International Universities Press, Inc., 1965, in dust jacket with some chipping to head and tail of spine, double-sided ALS signed by Anna Freud, dated January 1966. Letter 1) July 16, 1959: A one-page letter referencing receipt of Mellon's letter to Dr. Eissler (Dated July 2, 1959) regarding Mellon's desire to meet Ms. Freud. Ms. Freud identifies availability dates for Mellon to tour the Clinic. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Mellon's letter of July 2, 1959 and Eissler's reply of June 23, 1959 are attached. Letter 2) September 4, 1959: A one-page letter expressing disappointment for Mellon's postponement on a visit to London. Freud extends good wishes for his speedy recovery and identifies an availability date to meet. Handwritten on personal letterhead. Letter 3) March 20, 1962: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and reports on the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. (fiscal year bit referenced). Freud gives a personal thanks to the Old Dominion Foundation for their help in providing grants and briefly describes how funds will be utilized. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 4) August 30, 1962: A two-page letter acknowledging Mellon's letter (dated July 26, 1962) referencing his receipt of reports on the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. Freud identifies teaching ideas to incorporate into their curriculum and notes adding the National Institute of Health to their list of American grants. Announces an invitation from Yale Law School to participate in a new venture for psychoanalysis. She also expresses her hope for Mellon to visit London in the near future. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 5) October 15, 1962: After receiving the final installment from a grant awarded by the Old Dominion Foundation, Freud, in her three-page letter, seeks guidance from Mellon on steps the Anna Freud Foundation needs to make to renew their grant. She makes a general mention of enclosed publications, references an unanticipated grant received from the National Institute of Health, and announces her acceptance of a month long appointment at Yale Law School to participate in a topic discussion on "Family and Law." Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 6) June 29, 1967: A one-page letter expressing gratitude for a grant received from the Old Dominion Foundation for the rehabilitation of a new building acquired by the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic. Freud extends an invitation to Mellon to re-visit the clinic. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 7) March 5, 1968: A one-page letter announcing the occupancy of the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's extension, located at No. 14 Maresfield Gardens. Freud gives a pleasing description of the house and extends an invitation to Mellon to tour the facility. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 8) August 19, 1972: A one-page letter acknowledging receipt of Mellon's note, Freud expresses regrets for his not being able to attend the Clinic's anniversary convention. She notes her desire to show off the Clinic's success and extends her gratitude. Handwritten on personal stationary. Letter 9) April 19, 1973: a one-page letter written a the encouragement of Eissler and other friends, Freud requests direction in obtaining financial assistance for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic after learning that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will cease its financial support. Freud offers to make a formal application outlining the needs of the Clinic. Handwritten on personal stationary. Mellon's reply of May 11, 1973 is attached to this correspondence. Letter 10: June 13, 1973: A seven-page letter describing the various outgoing projects taking place at the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic, as requested by Mellon (letter dates May 11, 1973). Freud expresses her concern of losing the support provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and gives the assessment of the Clinic's financial needs. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 11) April 2, 1974: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1973 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Freud notes that personal donations made by Mellon to the Anna Freud Foundation are being recorded as funds provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for accounting simplicity. She inquires on the accuracy of the donation recording. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 12) May 8, 1975: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1974 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Also makes notation of funds transferred from the Andrew W, Mellon Foundation to an account to accurately record personal donations by Mellon, as requested. (re: Thomas Beddall's letter dated April 8, 1974.) Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 13) April 1, 1976: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1975 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 14) June 8, 1977: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1976 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 15) May 2, 1978: A two-page letter referencing enclosed audited financial statements and annual reports for the Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic's 1977 fiscal year. Freud gives a brief summary of the accounts established and how funds are allocated. Typed on Hampstead Child-Therapy Course and Clinic letterhead. Letter 16) June 22, 1978: A brief thank you note, handwritten on personal stationary. consignment, shelved case 0.
London: The Hogarth Press, 1957. Octavo; VG/VG-; Thin light tan spine with black text. DJ has a Brodart cover jacket, age toned spine, tiny open tears on front, price clipped, price sticker by previous bookstore on rear, flaps are taped to boards; Boards have rubbing on edges, apart from that, binding strong, corners sharp; Textblock is clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 88.
New York: Basic Books, 1959. First American Edition. Octavos: VG/no-DJ: Spines are brown with black plates and dark gold text: Ex libris: Boards are strong and clean, mild rubbing to edges: Textblock exteriors age toned, front free pages for all volumes have embossed name of former owner, volume 2 has highlighting and underlining to the second half that does not impact readability, pages otherwise clean and unmarked: First American Edition, 8th printing: Vol 1- 359 pp; Vol 2- 404 pp; Vol 3- 607 pp; Vol 4- 508 pp; Vol 5-396 pp. [Over sized book. Additional shipping necessary for expedited/international shipping. Economy international shipping unavailable due to weight/size restrictions. Please contact seller for additional information.].
New York: Nervous and Mental Disease Publishing Co. 1930. Fourth edition. Octavo, VG-/none. Brown boards with dark brown lettering on spine. ex libris, signature; shelf wear and bumping; text block, clean; 104 pp.; light general toning; binding shaken; spine sunned; split starts, joints; else very good.
New York: Basic Books, 1961. First Edition. Octavo: VG-/VG-: Black spine with white text: DJ has general shelfwear, some chipping and rubbing, age toning: Boards are strong and clean with general shelfwear, slight fraying to corners, light soiling: Textblock is lightly age toned, pages free of markings, folds or tears: First Edition: 470 pp.
London: Hogarth Press; Institute of Psycho-Analysis, 1934-1943. Hogarth editions. mixed impressions. Octavo; vg+/none; green cloth spine with gilt lettering; ex libris, signatures; some edge wear and bumping; text block, clean; light toning; else very good; ---v1, Group 7, XV essays, "Early papers [1893-1905]; On the history of the psycho-analytic movement ," 359 pp.; Second edition, reprint, 1940; some pages uncut; other roughly opened; deckle; binding shaken; else very good; ---v2, Group 8, XXXIV essays, "Clinical papers [1906-1924]; Papers on technique [1910-1919]," 404 pp.; Third edition , ---v3, Group 9, IV essays with 21 subsections, "Case histories [1905-1918," 607 pp.; fore-edge deckle; binding shaken; Second edition ; ---v4, Group 10, XXIV essays [1911-1923], "Papers on metapsychology: papers; and Applied psycho-analysis," 508 pp.; Second impression , binding shaken; hinges; else good.
Leipzig, Germany: Franz Deuticke, 1922. Seventh Edition. 8vo., vi, 478pp.; VG-; spine blue with gilt lettering; publishers cloth binding, creasing to head of spine, a chip missing from rear hinge; boards slightly loose; George B. Wilbur's copy, signed and dated (8/12/30) on the title page, Wilbur's ink annotations on a few pages. A typed leaf is tipped in opposite page 112 concerning Rank's views on the sexual content of dreams. On the verso of this leaf, in Wilbur's handwriting, are the words "quoted to me by Rank", making this copy an important association to two important analysts.; JL consignment; shelved case 10.
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc. 1959. Reprint. Small, thin octavo; good-/good; dj, glossy white spine with black and red text; dj, age-toned; scuffing; HB, black cloth spine with gold text; boards, minor shelf wear and bumping; age-toned at the edges; former owner's name, half-title page; text block, clean; considerably age-toned; 85pp. Offered as is, text block toning.
London: Peter Owen Limited, 1959. Octavo; VG/VG-; Thin orange spine with purple text. DJ has shelf wear, rubbing and chipping on edges, age toned spine and edges; Boards are slightly sprung on front, rubbing on edges, apart from that, binding strong, corners sharp; Textblock is clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 183.
Rome: Universitatis Gregorianae, 1937. Octavo, 386pp. Hardcover without jacket in VG condition. -----Spine is tan with pale blue box at head; black text in box. Bumping and shelf-wear. Faint soiling to cloth boards. Darkening to head edge of text block and head of rear board. Age-toning to end papers. Stamp on title page, otherwise no markings or creases to the text. Binding is sturdy. ----TEXT IS IN LATIN.
Atlantic HIghlands, NJ: Humanities Press International, 1994. First English Edition. 8vo. VG-/ - no DJ. dark orange HB, smooth spine and adjacent panels, imprinted with bold black title, editors and tiny publisher logo. larger black titling right-justified on front board. gently abraded at tip and tail, nipped at corner points. ivory fep/ffep, textblock foreword has some ink lines and marginal markings in introduction and part one. fair condition, noted condition, as is. 151 pp. ISBN # 0391038567.
Great Britain: Condor Book / Souvenir Press, 1977. Reprint. 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. medium bold black title lettering between small black authors and publisher. with minimal flaws to otherwise smooth but toned covers. sheets clear with general handling evident and above average for a clear interor. complete volume in 180 pp. ISBN# 0285647474.
Washington, D.C. National Academy Press, 1995. First edition. Paperback octavo. Good+ with no dust jacket. Dark blue spine with white lettering. Slight shelf-wear, rubbing to wrappers. Binding strong, text block edges clean. Text of pages clean and free of markings. About a dozen pages exhibit gently made dog-eared folds at the top corner affecting only the margin, not the text. 250pp.
Alhambra, CA: Borden Publishing Company, 1969. Octavo; VG/VG; Blue spine with black text. DJ has general shelf wear, price clipped, tiny closed tear on spine head; Boards are clean, binding strong, corners sharp; Textblock has the previous owner's initials stamped on rear paste down, otherwise, clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 208.
New York, NY: The Citadel Press, 1954. First Edition. 8vo. VG/VG. medium brown DJ spine with gently worn ends and edgewear, lightly whitish at chafed tip and tail. auburn, with sponged black graphic and overlaying ivory titling. gray/silver tone clothbound HB, with imprinted auburn titling. a touch of wear to spine ends. right fep has previous owner's ink inscription. skimmed ivory textblock, with somewhat aged ivory edges. 271 pp.
Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1987. First edition. Octavo. VG- in VG dust jacket. Silver spine with purple lettering. DJ clean and complete. Several small discolorations to front cover, else covers clean. Foxing to top text block edge and near top corner of fore-edge of text block. Binding strong. Text of pages clean and free of markings. 304pp.
Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1992. US Edition. 8vo. VG-/ -no dj. heavily handled wraps copy, with gentle whitish wear along spine sides and ends; main title is bold white uppercase between vivid blue author and publisher. much thumbed but without spinal creasing. veins, whitish chafing and softcover edges show excessive rubbing and shelfwear--manifests as whitish edgewear. panel areas show superficial impressions. no writing to text interior, as is. 506 pp. ISBN# 0791410226.
New York: Basic Books, Inc. 1982. First Edition. Octavo; VG/VG; dust jacket spine plum w/blue & white txt, some minor wear & scuffing; boards firm and clean; binding strong; pages show little wear or aging, some writing on free front & free back pgs. by prev owner as well as underlining of various passages in varied spots in book in pencil, still in great cond. as is. 380pp.
Lanham, Maryland: Jason Aronson, 2010. First Edition. 8vo. VG/ - no DJ. wraps spine is concave in form and characters are oriented to the left, justified and feature dark bold uppercase title between white authors on dark-red tipped textbox, supplemented by fern green thick bottom edge band. gently used and flipped through interior. no discoloration to outer edges, smooth unabraded softcover and a few figures numbered within the chapters. in solid intact shape. 319 pp. ISBN #9780765706621.
New York: Appleton Century Crofts, 1957. Third Edition. Third Edition; Octavo; VG-/no-DJ; Olive green fabric spine with red label and gilded text. Boards have general shelf wear, bumping to corners, light rubbing to edges, remnant of Ex-Library label on tail of spine, apart from that, clean, binding strong; Textblock has library stamps crossed out with blue ink on fore edge and paste downs/front free end paper, cracking along the gutter of rear past down and free end paper, otherwise, clean, free of underlining/highlighting; pp 358.
Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, Inc. 1997. US Printing. 8vo. VG/VG. medium blue glossy DJ spine with white titling, tip to tail. jacket snug over black cloth HB volume, stamped gold titling. sharp cornered boards, fep/ffep solid black. head-edge tinted black. interior clear, edges mark-free, an overall excellent copy. 277 pp. ISBN# 1568217048.
London, Great Britain: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1968. UK Printing. 8vo. VG/VG. split DJ spine and jacket front in fuzzy red and green that meet at mid-spine and mid-panel front. upon spine titles are black and ivory on jacket front. edgewear mild under clear protective cover. powder blue clothbound HB with gilt stamped titling, neat boards. small prior owner's name on right fep. skimmed gently, basic ivory edges. 387 pp. ISBN# 71006067X.