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January 2018 Update
The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust
& The Wilhelm Reich Museum
THE WILHELM REICH INFANT TRUST HAS ELECTED ITS CURRENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Pursuant to the Trust's Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws, the following slate of directors has been elected to oversee and fulfill the mission of the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust:
- Kenneth Baker, D.O., Norridgewock Maine
- Robert Dayton, Sag Harbor, New York
- Mary Henderson, Stratton, Maine
- Mary Higgins, Rangeley, Maine
- James Strick, Ph.D., Silver Spring, Maryland
Mission Statement of the Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust
The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust is an educational, cultural organization that preserves and transmits the legacy of renowned physician-scientist Wilhelm Reich, M.D. (1897-1957), assisting the public and future generations to understand his contribution to various areas of knowledge and thereby to benefit from it. This mission is fulfilled through the protection of Reich's archives at the Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard University, the worldwide publication of his work, its legal protection, and the programs and activities of the Wilhelm Reich Museum in Rangeley, Maine that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The museum attracts visitors from all over the world, exhibits works of art, literature, and science, sponsors conferences on social and scientific subjects, operates year-round nature programs and recreational activities relevant to the Maine environment.
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