Institution Freud Museum
- Great Britain
- 19th century
- 20th century, early
- Clinical psychology
- Collected correspondence
- Freud, Anna (1895-1982)
- Freud and Sigmund (1856-1939)
- Psychiatry; medical psychology
- Alternative Names
- 10294 (WHSO Record Number)
- Access: Free
- Format: Images
- Format: Text
- Functionality: Static pages
- Nature of resource: Archival finding aid
- Nature of resource: Archive website
- Nature of resource: Library website
- Nature of resource: Museum webiste
- Nature of resource: Research guide
- Nature of resource: Research guide to collection
- Nature of resource: Thematic or subject-based collection
- Size: Medium
- Support: Museum
- Website navigation: Click through
- Website navigation: Scroll through
- Website navigation: Search box
- Website navigation: Tabs
"The Freud Museum, at 20 Maresfield Gardens in Hampstead, was the home of Sigmund Freud and his family when they escaped Nazi annexation of Austria in 1938. It remained the family home until Anna Freud, the youngest daughter, died in 1982. The centrepiece of the museum is Freud's study, preserved just as it was during his lifetime.
The Freud Museum houses the possessions that Sigmund and Anna Freud brought with them to London at their emigration in 1938, including the library, their personal papers and photograph albums.
For catalogues of letters, documents, press cuttings or books, go to Archive Catalogues.
For photos, images and photographic prints go to Photo Library."
(Description taken from site.)
Clicking the link to "ARCHIVES & RESEARCH" on the left yields information about how to access the archives and library, the archive catalogue (finding aid for letters, press cuttings, and other documents), and Freud's collection of antiquities.
WHSO Record Created By: Amy Rodgers