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Letter to Dr W. Clifford M. Scott, 30 January 1946 

Letter to Dr W. Clifford M. Scott, 30 January 1946
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Letter to Dr W. Clifford M. Scott, 30 January 1946
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Robert Adès

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190271442.003.0120
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date: 06 July 2020

Clifford Scott Archives (1903-1997) - National Archive. Ottawa, Canada.

44, Queen Anne Street,

W. 1.

30th January, 1946.

Dr. Clifford Scott,

49, Queen’s Gate Gdns.,

London S. W. 7.

My dear Scott,

Here is the correspondence. I think it a very good idea that you should write an article rather than write a letter.

The lecture that you are to give to the doctors on Thursday at 7 o’clock has to be at 1, Park Crescent (Portland Place) the house of the nursery school association; you have probably heard of the fire at the institute of psycho-analysis which makes it impossible for us to meet there. I am sorry I cannot be at this lecture.

It is a great help to the 20 – 25 doctors if they can have a synopsis to take home with them, and if you can manage this I hope you can let me have two copies. Mrs. Neurath is usually able to get this done if you give her notice.

With good wishes

Yours