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TitlePhilosophy/Psychology 'Repression and Forgetting' Conference Durham 1914 - Photograph
SiteDurham
PhotographerC.W.Valentine
Date1914
Extent1-print
DescriptionBlack and white group photographic postcard taken during a joint Mind Association, the Aristotelian Society and the British Psychological Society philosophy/psychology symposium on ‘Repression and Forgetting’ held at Durham Univeristy, 3-6 July 1914 on reverse of the card 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.

Together with covering note from Pear /Shirkoak House Woodchurch Ashford Kent 31 December to BPS Archivist Jack 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)
A.Wolf
G. F.Stout (Philosopher) (1860-1944)
Joseph Brough (1852-1925)
H. Wildon Carr (1857-1931)
Me [T.H.Pear (1886-1972)]
I seem to remember that Sammy Alexander chide [sic] me authorativeley for the knife edge crease. Happy New Year. T H Pear


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
CaptionNone
FormatPhotograph
Dimensions3 x 4 inches
MaterialPostcard
NotesThe History of Psychology Centre is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our users. Be aware that our catalogue contains historic terminology relating to mental health which could be considered offensive. The terminology exists within the original record and has been retained to inform users on viewpoints at the time. It in no way reflects the attitudes of the cataloguers or the British Psychological Society.
RelatedRecordPHO/001/01/410
PHO/001/01/509
PHO/001/01/519
AccessStatusOpen
Location13: BPS History of Psychology Centre London
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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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CodePersonNameDates
BPS/GB/44Pear; Tom Hatherley (1886-1972); Professor; HonFBPsS1886-1972
BPS/GB/12Brough; Joseph (1852-1925); Professor1852-1925
BPS/GB/62Valentine; Charles Wilfred (1879-1964); Professor1879-1964
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