|Marion Burgner collection (P27)|
About the records
Administrative/biographical historyPlease follow the link from the creator name (above).
Archival history/source of acquisitionDonated by Tom Burgner, son of Marion Burgner, in 2000 (Accession 2000-001). The collection was appraised by the Honorary Archivist in 2007 and some confidential material was removed and destroyed.
Content and structure
Scope and Content
Papers regarding Marion Burgner's activities within the British Psychoanalytical Society (material related to the Contemporary Freudian Group and the Meetings of Training Analysts, plus teaching notes), as well as copies of papers by psychoanalytic colleagues.
AccrualsNo further accruals are expected.
System of arrangementMaterial is arranged into two series:
Conditions of access and use
Access conditionsMuch of the collection is currently closed to protect confidentiality; however some material is open for consultation by bona fide researchers, subject to prior arrangement with the archivist and the signing of a reader's undertaking form.
Please note that any material from the Bulletin of the British Psychoanalytical Society is available only to members, students and guests of the Society.
Reproduction conditionsPhotocopying is carried out at the discretion of the archivist and according to the archives’ photocopying policy, which is available on request. Copies of material still in copyright can be supplied for research use only. Written permission must be obtained from the archivist to publish or reproduce any material held in the archives. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearance from the copyright holder.
Language(s) of materialsEnglish.
Finding aidsThe collection catalogue is published online and a printed copy is available.
Related materialsFurther material related to the activities of the British Psychoanalytical Society can be found in the records of the Society (ref. S).
Publication noteNo known publications based on this material.