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Grete and Edward were married in December 1921 in the midst of their medical school program.
Edward and Grete were partners in all aspects of their lives. They began their journey together in medical school and continued to support one another both personally and professionally. They were faced with new challenges as Edward

George wrote frequently with his mother in his youth, however, in later years he corresponded more with his father.
In 1959 Edward Bibring passed away from Parkinson’s disease. Many in the psychoanalytical and medical communities provided Grete with support and compassion.
The mother-son portrait was most likely taken by the family photographer, Edward Bibring.
One of the main couples of the "second generation" of Freudian thought, Grete and Edward meet and married while attending medical school at the University of Vienna in the early 1920's.
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