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11 Linear Feet ((23 boxes) + 1 art object)
Alice Raphael (1887-1975)
Raphael published several articles, reviews, and the 1965 book Goethe and the Philosophers' Stone: Symbolical Patterns in 'The Parable' and the Second Part of 'Faust'. This book analyses Goethe in the context of Jungian theory. In the 1920s, Raphael was interested in drawing and studied drawing in Washington, CT. She preferred colored pencils and expressed herself through a method that she called "spontaneous creative expression."
Raphael lived in Manhattan for most of her life, where she founded the Analytical Psychology Club of New York and was an active member of the Society for Psychical Research. She married Henry Eckstein in 1911 and had two daughters. Raphael died in Manhattan on August 27, 1975.
- Authors -- 20th Century
- Drawings (visual works)
- Faber du Faur, Curt von, 1890-1966
- German literature
- Gibran, Kahlil, 1883-1931
- Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832 (Faust)
- Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961
- Literature, Modern -- Translations
- Raphael, Alice, 1887-1975 (Goethe and the philosophers stone)
- Schreiber, Carl F. (Carl Frederick), 1886-1960
- Sound recordings
- Speck, William A. (William Alfred), 1864-1928
- Guide to the Alice Raphael Papers
- by Molly Wheeler
- February 2008
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
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