Biographical Note: Isador Henry Coriat was born on December 10, 1875 in Philadelphia. He obtained his medical degree in 1900 from the Tufts Medical College in Boston and became closely associated with psychoanalysis from its earliest days in New England and America. Coriat worked with Morton Prince, then the leader of psychiatry in Boston, and founded the Boston Psychoanalytic Society of which he was president from 1930 to 1932.

Summary: The collection contains 3 manuscript boxes of Isador Coriat’s papers and reprints arranged chronologically, his professional correspondence and miscellaneous notes.

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Related BPSI Collections
BPSI History Collections: 25th Anniversary
BPSI Photograph Collection

Related Archives
Glueck, Sheldon Papers at Harvard Law School Library Archives (contain Coriat’s correspondence)

Related Sites
The hysteria of Lady Macbeth by Isador H. Coriat [Cornell Library Historical Monographs: Digital Copy]
Isador Henry Coriat’s books on Amazon