Bailey Island, Maine: Privately published, 1937. First Edition. Quarto. A nearly verbatim transcript of C.J. Jung's 1936 seminar Dream Symbols of the Individuation Process at Bailey Island, Maine, based on the dreams of nuclear physicist and Nobel Prize winner Wolfgang Pauli. From the library of noted photographer and patron of the arts, Dorothy Norman, with her (brief) notes in pencil throughout. The presentation was originally given in 1935 at the Eranoc conference in Ascona, Switzerland, and was later reworked in Jung's 1944 publication Psychology and Alchemy. Divided into a series of six lectures, given between September 20 and 25, 1936, the Bailey Island seminar was conducted in English in front of approximately 100 American analysts and was repeated in New York the following year. A valuable document on the development of Jung's theories of dreams, providing insight into his presentation techniques and thoughts on the relationship between physics and psychology. With eight loose typed pages, relating to the lectures, laid in. Short former owner's inscription (not Dorothy Norman), binding cracked but holding; a good copy in somewhat stained and mottled boards.