BROOKLYN COLLEGE LIBRARY ARCHIVES
& SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
|Dates||Inclusive dates: 1920s – 1960s; Bulk dates:
1930’s – 1960s
|Extent||29 boxes/ 14.25 cubic feet
|Access/Use||Files can be accessed at the Brooklyn College Library
Archives, 2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.,Room 130.
Collection is open for research.
Copyright is retained by Brooklyn College Library.
|Finding Aid||Guide is available in-house and online.
|Acquisition/Appraisal||The papers were deposited at Brooklyn College at three
different times. According to Correspondence on record, these papers were offered to the college
at the prompting of Dr. A. S. Eisenstadt of the Department of History
at Brooklyn College. The earliest accession, three cartons of materials
consisted both of Bender's records and those of her first husband,
psychiatrist Paul Schilder (1886-1940), was deposited on March 18,
1965. In October 1969, on Bender's retirement from Creedmor State
Hospital, she sent two additional cartons of materials. One more
box was delivered to the library archive on October 9, 1974.
|Description Control||Finding aid adheres to that prescribed by
Archives: A Content Standard.
|Preferred Citation||Item, folder title, box number, The Papers of Lauretta
Bender, Brooklyn College Special Collections,Brooklyn College Library
|Subject Heading||Gestalt psychology.
Movement, Psychology of.