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This paper was presented at the Oral History Workshop #41 Women in the Early History of American Psychoanalysis, Part I American Psychoanalytic Association, 1994 Winter meeting. The other presenters on the panel were: Katherine B. Burton, L.C.S.W. speaking on Mary O'Malley; Nellie L. Thompson, Ph.D., speaking on Josephine Jackson; Sanford Gifford, M.D., speaking on Louise Brink, Marie Briehl, Rosetta Hurwitz; Elizabeth Capelle, Ph.D., speaking on Clara Thompson; Ellen Handler Spitz, Ph.D., speaking on Martha Wolfenstein