Dear Dr. Brody. . . .
I feel the need to recommend the collected papers of Toni Wolff to your attention. . .
They are distinguished not only by their intellectual content but by the fact that the author had personally experienced the development of analytical psychology from the fateful year of 1912 right up to the recent past and was thus in a position to record her reactions and sympathetic interest from the first.
Her papers also have a documentary value.
Even those who did not know the author personally will glean from them an impression of the versatility and depth of her spiritual personality. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 424-425.
Image: Toni Wolff, ca. 1911 (Age 23)