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Identifier: AR 11548
Abstract The collection contains materials representing the academic career of Frieda Fuchs, from her early school years, through her doctoral studies and research into psychology in Germany, to her career in the United States. The following material is from her earlier years in Germany: grade certificates from the Grossherzogliche Seminar für Volksschullehrerinnen in Darmstadt indicating good marks (1907-1914); her teaching contract for the Israelitische Volksschule (1916), certificates confirming satisfactory studies and a diploma granting a doctoral degree from the Universtät Frankfurt am Main, in recognition of her dissertation Experimentelle Studien über das Bewegungsnachbild (1927-1928). The following material is from either shortly before or after her emigration to the United States: editions of her curriculum vitae (1940-1941); letters of recommendation, job correspondence and offers (1939-1942), report entitled Von Nachbildern und ihrer Bedeutung, undated. Also included is an offprint, signed by the author, Dr. S. Hirsch, entitled Die letzten Millimeter der arteriellen Strombahn, and two photographs of Frieda Fuchs approximately ages 30 and 50.