C.G. Jung Papers Collection
The C.G. Jung Papers Collection is the world's largest collection of C.G. Jung records. In his will C.G. Jung left his scientific papers to ETH Zurich.
- 1,000 manuscripts
- More than 32,000 letters to and from C.G. Jung
- Extensive press archive containing newspaper articles about C.G. Jung
- Collection of special print editions of publications by other authors and a collection of studies by various authors on association psychology
- The collection is complemented by acquisitions: e.g. original correspondence between C.G. Jung and Sigmund Freud as well as between C.G. Jung and Victor White
The C.G. Jung Papers Collection is described in inventories and to some extent in the archival database.
Online accessible metadata:
- detailed archival description of the C.G. Jung's vast correspondence in the archival database of the ETH Zurich University Archives (external link)
- C.G. Jung Manuscripts Catalogue (external link)
- Inventory of specimen copies of the publications of C.G. Jung (external link)
Following inventories can be ordered and borrowed via ETH Library's Search Portal (external link):
For requests and to place an order for consultation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The access to parts of the collection is subject to special regulations. Thus, where necessary, consultation requires specific approval by the Foundation of the Works of C.G. Jung. Please address the application form ( Antrag auf Benutzung des C.G. Jung-Arbeitsarchivs (pdf, 28.77 kB) , German) to ETH Zurich University Archives.The application procedure may take up to 4 weeks.
The documents are available for consultation in the Reading Room Collections and Archives.