Frances G. Wickes (18751967) received this letter from Jung offering advice about the treatment of a difficult patient. Originally a settlement house worker, Wickes studied with Jung in Zurich in the 1920s and subsequently established a successful practice in New York. She was a founding member of the New York Analytical Psychology Club. A specialist in child psychology, Wickes was the author of the influential The Inner World of Childhood (1927). She also treated numerous writers and other creative men and women, including the dancer and choreographer Martha Graham.