Sigmund Freud, Wien IX, Berggasse 19 - Edmund Engelman
"The result was an extraordinary documentation of a place that has become the topographic synonym for psychoanalysis - Berggasse 19."
Sigmund Freud, Wien IX, Berggasse 19 compiles a comprehensive catalogue of photographs by Edmund Engelman who documented the original state of the Freuds' home in Vienna before they sought refuge in London in 1938.
Edmund Engelman secretly went into the apartment at Berggasse 19 and took photographs without any flash from his camera, so as not to alert the Nazi authorities of his presence. Eighty years on, this collection of photographs still exists as one of the most important documents of Freud's original consulting room, study and home.
- Berggasse 19: Introduction - Inge Scholz-Strasser
- Photographs: Edmund Engelman
- A Memoir: Edmund Engelman
- Endnotes and Bibliography
Photographs and Epilogue - Edmund Engelman
Introduction and Legends - Inge Scholz-Strasser
Translation of Introduction and Legends - Lonnie R. Johnson