An Interview with Kurt Eissler
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After we had gotten to know each other well enough, Weiss entrusted me with some written material in his possession. In 1952, Kurt R. Eissler, on behalf of the Freud Archives in New York City, tape-recorded an interview with Weiss; and he afterwards had sent Weiss a copy of the manuscript so Weiss could check it over. In 1965, when I was seeing Weiss myself, the manuscript had been already locked up by Eissler in behalf of the Freud Archives in the Sigmund Freud Collection at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. until the year 2057. Although Eissler regularly had an excessively cautious conception of what the public could safely be allowed to learn about Freud, no other interview that he conducted was sealed up by him longer than the one with Weiss.