The Hollister Wheelwright papers include research notes, manuscripts for articles and
books, essays and books, correspondence files, and photographs.
Jane Hollister Wheelwright (1905-2004) was a Jungian analyst and author, and Joseph
Balch Wheelwright, MD (1906-1999) was a doctor and a Jungian analyst. Both studied
with C.G. Jung, Marie Louise von Franz, and Toni Wolff in Zürich, Switzerland during
the 1930s and practiced in San Francisco beginning in 1941. They were among the
founders of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, and Joseph served as President
of the International Association of Analytical Psychologogy. They were major figures
in the dissemination of Jung’s ideas in America.