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TitlePhilosophy/Psychology 'Repression and Forgetting' Conference Durham 1914 - Photograph
DescriptionLow quality group print taken during a joint philosophy/psychology symposium on ‘Repression and Forgetting’ by the Mind Association, the Aristotelian Society and the British Psychological Society, Durham, 3rd-6th July, 1914 on reverse of a postcard postmarked 24 August 1914 from C W Valentine Rosewood Terrace West Park Dundee to T H Pear 18 Chatham Grove Manchester
Here is a reminder of our jolly weekend ("dreamy") [sic] at Durham! It was snapped before breakfast on the last day. Have you had a good vac. we go to Gareloch ? for September and ? for ? Belfast for the Education chair interviews on the 2nd German mines permitting. I asked my publishers to send you a copy of my book of Exp Psych and Education. I know you don't get one and I wiil see you have a copy. C W Valentine

with covering note from Pear /Shirkoak House Woodchurch Ashford Kent 31 December to Kenna " Just found this talen at Durham at joint meeting of the Artistolean & BPS in 1914 by C W Valentine (wonderful if he still have the negative! It was a very clear print
Malefactors are:

G.H.Thomson (1881-1955)
J.S.Mackenzie (Philosopher) (1860-1935)
G.F.Stout (Philosopher) (1860-1944)
J.Brough (1852-1925)
H. Wildon Carr (1857-1931)
Me [T.H.Pear (1886-1972)]
I seem to rembemeber that Sammy Alexander chid me authorativeley for the knife edge crease. Happy New Year. T H Pear
Photographer: C.W.Valentine

See: 'The Role of Repression in Forgetting' (I) by T.H.Pear, (II) by A.Wolf, (III) by T.W.Mitchell, (IV) by T.Loveday, British Journal of Psychology,Volume 7, Issue 2, September 1914 Page [317] of Notes and Correspondence
Dimensions3 x 4 inches
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Cent
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RulesDescription compiled in line with the following: ISAD (G) General International Standard Archival Description MAD3 Third Edition 2000
ArchNoteCompiled by Mike Maskill BPS Archivist for the History of Psychology Centre.
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