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Previous Numbers VALEN/1/4
Level Item
Extent 1 File
Title Documentary Material
Date 1940
Date 2004
Box Number 5
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Description

Letter from Valentine to Hopkins, 8 November 1940, about the latter's plans to study the dreams of his fellow Prisoners of War whilst interned in Germany.

Copy of David Stevens' British Psychological Society History of Psychology Research Seminar Dreaming of Blighty: The PoW Dream Research of Major Hopkins, delivered on 17 March 2004.

Collection of documents collected by David Stevens whilst researching Major Hopkins for his British Psychological Society History of Psychology Research Seminar. Includes Hopkins' birth and death certificates.

Photographs of the notebooks before they were conserved.

Copies of articles about Dr. Prynce Hopkins, and the estate of Samarkand in Santa Barbara which he founded.

Acquisition Details Deposited in the Wellcome Library by the British Psychological Society in September 2008.
Access Status Open
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Notes Compiled by the Cataloguing Project Archivist at the British Psychological Society History of Psychology Centre, with minor editing by Wellcome Library staff.
MaterialType Archives - Non-digital
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