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Note: Alfred was a participant with Sigmund (see Freud family) in the Saturday Evening card games, held at the home of prof. Leopold Königstein --- Ref .pdf: ".According assignment agreement dated 15 Occurred in May 1912, Dr. Richard Muench and Dr. Egon Witrofsky their shares by 50 000 and 25,000 crowns with all rights under the partnership agreement, including supplements to the dr. Richard Reis NFPmore, dr. Alfred Rie, dr. Oskar Rie und dr. Oskar Scheuer from the way that the business share of.." *see picture of Oskar and Sigmund below
Note: Julie (Karpus) Söllner in Alltägliche Ausnahmen (google rough translation): "..Julie Söllner-Karplus born in 1874, good-bourgeois situierte Wienerin and mother of Karl, Martha and Hilda, returns to life realities changed by the First World War in her diary.."
*2nd wife of Johann: Hedwig "Hedi" A. TAUBITZ Born: 1905 in Vienna. Married: Married Oct 12, 1943 Died: Oct 15, 1998 *1st husband of Hedwig: Walter Gottlieb KARPLUS Born: Oct 30, 1901 in Vienna. Married: abt 1925 in Vienna. Divorced: abt. 1944 Died: 1977 in Honolulu, USA *geni-more <parents of Inge Karplus (private) & Alex Marks ( - 1967 Billerica?, MA) died in an automobile accident "parents of Jerome (private), Brent, Brian (private) Karplus">
Note: see Hedi Rie online obituary: "Hedi A. (Taubitz) Rie, 93, formerly of Estes Street, died yesterday (Oct. 15, 1998) at Harborside Healthcare Center in Amesbury. Born in Vienna, Austria, she attended and later worked in the Biological Institute in Vienna. She came to this country in 1939, settled in Brighton and in 1946 moved to Amesbury. In 1950, she and her husband, Hans A. Rie, who died in 1985, built their home on Estes Street where Mrs. Rie lived until 1996 when she moved to the Elizabeth Calsey House. She had been a resident of Harborside Nursing Home since last May. Mrs. Rie was active in the community with the Whittier Home Association and the Barlett Museum for many years. She served as a Red Cross volunteer at the Amesbury Hospital and was an active member of the Main Street Congregational Church, chairing the annual Christmas Fair for several years. She leaves her children John E. of Southington, Conn., and Inge M. Marks of Billerica (MA?); four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two nieces and one nephews.."
*Deborah's Siblings: Robert Luby & Karen Grava, Thomas Luby & Paula (?) Father: Robert M. Luby ( - 2009) lawyer Mother: Ruth McGee (3/1/1920 Oakland, CA m. 1943 res. Meriden, CT - 2/28/2011 Cheshire, CT) *obituary sister of Harvey T. McGee (of Sonora, CA) & Helen (?) "parents of Susan Britton, Nancy Poithier, Laura Kvasnovsky, Kate McGee, Tim McGee" M-grandfather: Stewart T. McGee M-grandmother: Vera B. (?) *geni
*Ruth's grandchildren: Elizabeth T. Luby, Caroline R. Luby, Katherine M. Luby step grandchildren: Jacob Williams, Colby Williams Jones nieces: Jane Luby, Mary Larsen, Ann Adamczyk, Ellen Luby
Note: the Luby's descend from Thomas Luby (same as on wiki?) several generations back, founder of Sinn Féin, and more generations back from the Luby family, who were mercenaries and emigrated from Hungary in the 1500’s to assist the English crown, being awarded land in Ireland for that
*Oskar Rie was a close friend of Sigmund (see Freud family), pediatrician, who looked after the children of Freud for free, while also being regular member of a circle of four people who, for years, met every Saturday evening to play tarok. Freud loved his & Anne's friends, not psychoanalysts who, contrary to his former patients, were not to him of any load... In Anna Freud: ladies on standby "...Girl of Oskar Laughs, Marianne Kris was accepted without problems in the circle of Freud. She was too young to have an influence on the psychoanalytical questions, but Anna Freud organized for him free analysis with her father. Year by year, it treated it time with other during a few weeks of at a stretch. Freud liked it much; her husband Ernst, was analyzed by Anna Freud, and they gave their daughter the first name of Anna. Sigmund called Marianne his "adopted daughter" and remained a lifetime friend.." On August 4, 1921, Freud wrote to Rie: "Your friendly words about me have done me good although they didn't tell me anything new because I have been looking upon your friendship for more than a lifetime as an assured possession. I have been able to give something to many people in my life; from you fate has allowed me only to receive" (Freud 1960, p. 335)
Note: Hermann from answers.com "..In 1914, after moving to Vienna, Nunberg underwent a training analysis with Paul Federn. He worked at the university psychiatric clinic under Julius Wagner-Jauregg and joined the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society in 1915.. In 1932 Nunberg emigrated to United States, staying awhile in Philadelphia and finally settling in New York.." AND Hermann on pep-web.org "..Nunberg was fortunate to receive praise of a precious kind during his lifetime publicly in forewords to his books from Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud and finally from Heinz Hartmann on the occasion of his 70th birthday in 1954.. ..But Nunberg was blessed in his choice of a wife, our friend, Margarete Rie Nunberg, and in his fine children, Mena Sischy and Henry.."
Note: non-working links: Paul Rie ( - 9/26/1939) & Bella Strouse on Haringman page and Alan with Paul Rie (9/11/1867 Vienna - 9/26/1930 Berne, Switzerland) & Bella Emma Strouse (5/26/1877 New York - 9/11/1957 New York)
Note: When the Nazis invaded, John Rie Sr., son Claude, step brother John Rie Jr., and half brother Philippe (baby then) left France by boat and came to the USA. They ended up in Muscatine, Iowa, then Oak Park Illinois, where John Rie Sr. worked in management for Sears Roebuck. Claude Rie was adopted by John Sr. after moving to the United States. He wished to be adopted, because he never heard from his own biological father. It was many years later that it was learned, that Claude's biological father had been a prisoner of war, held by the Germans for 6 years in a camp called Stablack. Eventually, the family moved to Cresthill Road in Yonkers, NY. In those days it was Tuckahoe post office. Cresthill Industries was founded in Yonkers as a button factory after the war. In the late 1950's, they moved to a house at 2 Corwood Road in Bronxville, NY. In the 1970's, Fern & John retired to Grasse, France. After John's death, Fern moved to New Rochelle, NY where she lived for quite awhile before she died at the age of 97
*2nd husband of Anna: Maurits (Mauritz) KATAN Born: Nov 25, 1897 in Vlaardingen, Netherlands. Married: 1937 Died: Apr 3, 1977 occupation: Dutch psychoanalyst *see biography Father: Jacob Salomon Katan Mother: Bertina van Gelderen
Note: The late psychoanalyst Maurits Katan commented "that today diagnosis no longer should consist in giving a name to a certain group of symptoms but that diagnosis should be based on metapsychologic insight. The diagnosis arrived at by descriptive psychiatry can now be connected with a concept of the structure of the illness concerned. This viewpoint makes...diagnosis consist of a metapsychological evaluation of the total personality." The quote is taken from a speech delivered by Katan in 1957 (Katan, 1959). Dr. Anny Angel-Katan was a Jewish pediatrician, who belonged to the inner circle of (see Freud family) friends. She had been an analysand of Anna Freud and a student of Wilhelm Reich. She belonged to the politically progressive and activist circle of Annie Reich. She was a member of the Communist Party, which complicated matters for her later when she tried to apply for U. S. citizenship. She worked at the "Socialist Society for Sexual Counseling and Sexual Research" and specialized in child analysis. After hiding in attics to escape the Nazis, Angel-Katan and her husband emigrated in 1936 to Den Haag, where she became eventually the director of the Child Guidance Clinic. In 1946 they transferred to the USA and settled in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1955 she was appointed professor for Child Analysis at the University Clinic in Ohio, became a mentor for child analysts. The Katan Centre in Cleveland is named after her and The White House, honored her work with behaviorally troubled children.. *see The Edith Buxbaum Jornal, article-2 & Anny's biography
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