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  • 1
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    Aachen ; 1786 -
    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Year of publication: 1786-
    Dates of Publication: 1786 -
    Note: Gesehen am 23.08.17
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  • 2
    Pages: 1.5 linear ft. (3 boxes) : , 29 handwritten notebooks +
    Additional Material: + English summaries
    Year of publication: 1906-1996
    Keywords: Goldschmidt, Flora (née Rother), ; Goldschmidt, Grete, ; Goldschmidt, Siegfried, ; Rosenow, Grete. ; Antisemitism. ; Children. ; Education, Higher. ; Education. ; Families 19th century. ; Jews Social life and customs 1871-1918. ; Sports. ; Voyages and travels. ; Women authors. ; Women Education ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Diaries ; Biographical sources
    Abstract: The diaries of Toni Ehrlich – 29 handwritten notebooks – document her life on an almost day to day basis, beginning on April 1, 1906 and ending with a single word (“Lo”, meaning “no” in Hebrew) on October 21, 1969. Her thoughts and observations concentrate mostly on matters and issues of art and culture, as well as – to a lesser degree – current events. Private matters, including life changing ones - like her husband’s death -, are mentioned on the side, if at all. The original diaries in old German handwriting are accompanied by detailed summaries in English and a list of names, provided by Irene Miller.
    Description / Table of Contents: Toni Ehrlich's diaries [29 volumes in Boxes ]: continuous from April 1, 1906 to August 27, 1969
    Note: German , English , Finding aid available online.
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  • 3
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    Pages: 8 + 1,007 , synopsis; typescript; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1909-1991
    Keywords: Propper family. ; Kühnel family. ; University of California, Berkeley. ; Universität Wien. ; Antisemitism. ; Education, Higher 1918-1938. ; Intermarriage. ; Internment of aliens. ; Jewish press. ; Jewish refugees. ; Restitution and indemnification claims (1933- ) ; World War, 1939-1945 Military life. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Zionism. ; Austria. ; Australia Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Shanghai (China) Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The typescript is richly interwoven with photocopies of photographs and original documents.
    Abstract: Reflections on career as editor at University of California Press; family geneology; lives of father and mother; birth in Pilsen; move to Vienna in 1910; school experiences; first publications; studied law at University of Vienna; published stories in journals and newspapers; relationships with various women; graduation with law degree; publishing of stories in London newspaper; internship as law clerk; emigration to England in 1938; emigree acquaintances in London; more writing for newspapers in London; job with the Jewish Chronicle; continued publication of stories in Germany under pseudonyms; story of brother's life; emigration of parents to England; diary written in Shanghai describing trip from England to Shanghai; voyage to Canada; train trip across Canada; boat trip to Shanghai via Japan; tour of Japan; description of arrival in Shanghai; work at newspaper in Shanghai and teaching English at University of Shanghai; emigration to USA in 1941; emigration of parents to USA; life in San Francisco; marriage to Charlotte Lowes; trips through United States; death of brother Otto in Australia; work as research assistant at Hoover Institution; graduate study in Political Science at University of California - Berkeley; letter from Harry Freud from Berlin 1945; letter from father Bernhard Kuehnel concerning restitution; letters to and from the writer Ernst Lothar.
    Abstract: The following individuals are mentioned: Fabrizius, Peter; Fabry, Joseph; Freud, Harry; Freud, Sigmund; Friese, Ernst; Garrett, Joan; Gombrich, Ernst; Hoffer, Grete; Hoffer, Richa; Hoover Institution; Knight, Charlotte; Knight, Martin; Knight, Tony; Kuehnel, Bernhard; Kuehnel, Grete; Kuehnel, Margarethe; Kuehnel, Max; Kuehnel, Otto; Lieban, Ralph; Oppenheimer, Max; Propper, Laura; Rothschild, Lionel de; Sachs, Emmy; Schwarz family; Schwarz, Arthur; Schwarz, Kurt; Siebel, Max; Storfer, A. J.
    Description / Table of Contents: MM2 reel 23: parts 1-4
    Description / Table of Contents: MM2 reel 24: parts 5-6
    Note: Available on microfilm , English with German and Chinese , Synopsis in file
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  • 4
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    Pages: circa 153 + 135 + 152 pages (double space) : , partially bound typescripts; illustrations
    Year of publication: 1902-1989
    Keywords: Gurs (Concentration camp) ; Women authors. ; Jewish refugees. ; Concentration camps. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Breslau. ; France. ; Morocco. ; Great Britain. ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: In 'Family fragments" Berel tells her nephew the story of her family and esp. of her sister Vera. In the form of letters, poems and photographs she reconstructs the history of the family in Germany, England and the USA. Contains original immigration documents from France, Morocco and the USA. [2 copies, one bound, one unbound]
    Abstract: 'I remember': Letters to author's mother, mostly written in Gurs internment camp; author's experiences in Gurs internment camp and emigration to New York via Nice (translated from German); Account of Berel's private life after her emigration to the USA.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Family Fragments : compiled, written and edited by your mother's sister [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Letters to My Mother (Part I of 'I Remember') [bound typescript]
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: The time of adjustment : The first ten years (Part II of 'I Remember') [MM reel 8; bound typescript]
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , German , French , See inventory , Synopsis in file
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  • 5
    Language: German
    Pages: 1 linear foot : , 22 folders.
    Year of publication: 1918-1980
    Keywords: Mühsam, Erich, ; Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands. ; Oranienburg (Concentration camp) ; Anti-Nazi movement. ; Apartment houses. ; Bookstores. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Jewish refugees. ; Poetry. ; Political persecution 1933-1945. ; World War, 1939-1945 Fiction. ; Youth movements. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Lisbon (Portugal) ; New York (N.Y.) ; Paris (France) ; United States Emigration and immigration. ; Vermont. ; Manuscripts. ; Autobiographies ; Diaries ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: Various manuscripts by Erich Drucker from the Erich Drucker Collection and the LBI Memoirs Collection
    Note: Microfilmed on MM 18, MM 19, MM 20 , German , Finding aid available online.
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  • 6
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    Language: German
    Pages: 9 volumes : , Handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1915-1975
    Former Title: [Diary and Memoirs]
    Keywords: Children. ; Education, Primary 1871-1918. ; Education, Secondary 1871-1918. ; Jewish families. ; Jewish merchants. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Kristallnacht, 1938. ; Voyages and travels. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Austria Emigration and immigration 1936. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Chorzów (Województwo Śląskie, Poland) ; Germany History 1918-1933. ; Głubczyce (Poland) ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1939. ; United States Emigration and immigration 1939. ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood in Koenigshuette and Leobschuetz, Silesia; primary and secondary education; Bar Mitzwah in secularized family; apprenticeship in father's store; military service in World War I; marriage and family life; moving business in Breslau; president of Breslau "oddfellow order"; politics in Weimar Germany; travels and voyages; persecution after 1933; emigration to Austria; November pogrom of 1938 in Vienna; emigration to England and life in USA.
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 1: 1915 - 1941, 170 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 2: 1941 - 1945, 312 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 3: 1945 - 1950, 300 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 4: 1950 - 1951, 179 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 5: 1951 - 1958, 180 pages:
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 6: 1958 - 1964, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 7: 1965 - 1968, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 8: 1968 - 1972, 252 pages
    Description / Table of Contents: Volume 9: 1972 - 1975, 114 pages
    Note: Available on microfilm , MM 129: Band 1-3 meiner Lebenserinnerungen , MM 130: Band 4-9 meiner Lebenserinnerungen , German
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  • 7
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    Pages: 3 notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1903-1971
    Keywords: Children. ; Diseases. ; Teenagers. ; Physicians ; Philadelphia (Pa.) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 1: 1903-1905 (German)
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 2: 1907-1908 (English)
    Description / Table of Contents: Diary 3 1936-1952, 1971 (English)
    Note: The diaries are also available in the Mona Spiegel-Adolf Collection, AR 5321 / folder 12. , German and English
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  • 8
    Pages: 92 + 160 , handwritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1920-1970
    Former Title: Diaries April 1917 - January 1920.
    Keywords: Prisoners of war. ; Soldiers. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; France. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Report of a German soldier's internment in France during WW I. The author wrote it in German after his liberation and translated it into English 50 years later.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: German
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: English
    Note: Available on microfilm , German and English
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  • 9
    Pages: 5
    Edition: Digital Image New York, NY Leo Baeck Institute 2018 DigiBaeck
    Year of publication: 1928-1970
    Keywords: Breslauer, Bernhard. ; Jüdische Gemeinde zu Berlin. ; Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Yerushalayim. ; Vereinigung für das Liberale Judentum in Deutschland. ; Jewish leadership. ; Reform Judaism. ; Jews Persecution 1933-1945. ; Lawyers. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Manuscripts. ; Clippings ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: The bulk of this collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence and clippings that were written and collected by Walter Breslauer in London, touching on his personal and professional memories as an administrative director of the Berlin Jewish community. Also included are items related to Walter Breslauer’s father, Bernhard Breslauer. The papers had been sent to the Leo Baeck Institute New York in 1970.
    Abstract: Also mentioned are Ismar Freund; Georg Kareski; Leo Lilienthal; Abraham Margaliot; Heinrich Stern and others.
    Note: Available also on microfilms MM 12, MM 13, MM 95 , German and some English , Finding aid available online.
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  • 10
    Language: German
    Pages: 19 + 13 pages : , manuscript + transcript. +
    Additional Material: 11 pages typescript + clippings.
    Year of publication: 1919-1962
    Former Title: Lebenserinnerungen
    Keywords: Butchers (Persons) ; Country life. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jews Social life and customs 19th century. ; Pharmacists. ; Shehitah. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Butchers. ; Heilbronn (Germany) ; Strasbourg (France) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Maier Rosenthaler’s memoirs (original handwritten manuscript + typed transcript), written during the ceasefire following WW I in Strasbourg; January 1919:
    Abstract: Rural Jewish life in Wuerttemberg; unsuccessful search for employment as ritual slaughterer in Frankfurt am Main; return to Heilbronn as ritual slaughterer and butcher; providing good education for seven children; one son became editor-in-chief of the "Strassburger Neue Zeitung"; Strasbourg in World War I.
    Abstract: Also included are memoirs by his son Leopold (childhood in rural Jewish atmosphere; education and apprenticeship as a pharmacist) and Leopold Rosenthaler's obituary.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Rosenthaler, Leopold : Lebenserinnerungen, Heilbronn, 1920, 11 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Rosenthaler, Maier : Meine Lebenserinnerungen, geschrieben in Strassburg waehrend des Waffenstillstands im Januar 1919, handwritten manuscript, 19 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Rosenthaler, Maier : Meine Lebenserinnerungen geschrieben in Strassburg waehrend des Waffenstillstands im Januar 1919, typed transcript, 13 pages.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: Offprint: In memoriam Prof. Dr. Leopold Rosenthaler, 1875-1962 , in: Schweizerische Apotheker-Zeitung 100 (1962), pages 577-583.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 11
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    Language: German
    Pages: 1,602 pages : , handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1929-1951
    Keywords: Dachau (Concentration camp) ; Great Britain. ; World War, 1939-1945 Aerial operations ; World War, 1939-1945 Civilian relief. ; World War, 1939-1945 Personal narratives. ; Zionism German. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Israel History. ; Palestine. ; Diaries ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: 11 diaries of Martin Hauser. Description of his life in Berlin and in Palestine where he arrived in 1933. He writes about the history of the founding of Israel. The focus of the diaries are events which happened during World War 2.
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch I, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch II, 1930 (2 vols.)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch III, 1931 (2 vols.)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch IV, 1932-1934
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch V, 1934-1940
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VI, 1940-1942
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VII, 1942-1943
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuch VIII, 1943-1944 in German; 1946-1951 in English
    Note: 1946-1951 in English
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  • 12
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    Vienna / New York :[publisher not identified],
    Language: German
    Pages: 156 + 17 , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1929-1950
    Keywords: Eisenstadt, Meïr ben Isaac, ; Kallir family. ; Kolir, Elasar, ; Landau family. ; Mises, Adele von, ; Nathanson family. ; Fasts and feasts Judaism. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Jews, East European. ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Judaism Customs and practices. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Politicians. ; Public welfare. ; Rabbis. ; Women authors. ; Brody (Lʹvivsʹka oblastʹ, Ukraine) ; Galicia (Poland and Ukraine) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: The memoir was written between 1929 and 1931 (in Vienna). Recollections of the author's childhood in Brody, Galicia. Celebration of Jewish holidays with the grandparents Kallir. Detailed descriptions of Jewish festivals and customs. Charity traditions within the family. Domestic life and family servants. Traditions of "Kaschern" and "Chumez sales" before the Passover holidays. Description of family characters. Welfare activities of the Landau family. Recollections of the great fire in Brody (1867). Stories and anecdotes of Adele's uncle, the lawyer Dr. Joachim Landau. Outings and summer vacations in Podhorce. Description of daily life activities in the family. School system and private lessons in German and Hebrew. In 1876 the Landau family moved to Vienna. Genealogy of the Nathanson and Kallir family. Addendum: Family history by Dr. Joachim Landau. Notebook of Adele's grandmother Esther Landau with birth dates and family chronicles in the Hebrew calendar. Biographical sketches of Rabbi Meir Eisenstadt (1670-1744) and Rabbi Eleasar Kallir (1739-1801). Collection of letters by Esther and Alexander Landau. Appendix: Lecture by Leopold Lourie on the "Galizischer Hilfsverein" in Vienna.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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  • 13
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    Pages: 30 pages (singlespaced) : , typewritten.
    Year of publication: 1914-1950
    Keywords: Jews 19th century. ; Jews 20th century. ; Palestine History 1938-1948. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Autobiography.
    Abstract: Account of life in Germany during World War I; emigration to Palestine and depiction of life there since 1938.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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  • 14
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    Pages: 6 , circa 320 pages annotated typescripts.
    Year of publication: 1900-1945
    Keywords: Rolland, Romain, ; Zweig, Stefan, ; Authors. ; Translators. ; Concentration camps. ; Friendship. ; College teachers. ; Soldiers. ; Jewish refugees. ; World War, 1914-1918. ; World War, 1939-1945. ; Austria History Anschluss, 1938. ; France Emigration and immigration 1939. ; Les Sables-d’Olonne (France) ; United States Emigration and immigration 1941. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: various essays and fragments
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Composition des détenus de Camp, 1940-1945.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Dated notebooks and diary fragments, 1939-1950.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Oberst von Lukas, 1914-1918.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: Von der Hässlichkeit der Menschenmenge.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 5: Mon ami Romain Rolland, 1900-1930.
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 6: Queer recollections on Stefan Zweig, 1910-1920.
    Note: Available on microfilm , English , French , German , Inventory available online.
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  • 15
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    Language: German
    Year of publication: 1899-1943
    Keywords: Theater critics. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Diaries ; Biographical sources
    Description / Table of Contents: REEL MM 93:
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 1: Diaries
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 2: Diaries 1899
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 3: Notes and letters
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 4: Diary 1902
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 5: Diary 1903
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 6: Diary 1904
    Description / Table of Contents: REEL MM 94:
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 7: Diaries, 1907, 1908
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 8: 1935 (incl. several address books)
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 9: 1938
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 10: 4th quarter 1939, 3rd quarter 1939, 1st quarter 1939, 2nd quarter 1939
    Description / Table of Contents: Folder 11: 1943
    Note: German
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  • 16
    Pages: 5 volumes : , handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1914-1943
    Keywords: Buchheim, Wilhelm, ; Jews Education 1918-1933. ; Jewish religious schools ; Kristallnacht, 1938 ; Jews Persecutions ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Jewish teachers. ; Teachers. ; Great Britain Emigration and immigration 1933-1945. ; London (England) ; United States Emigration and immigration. 1933-1945 ; Autobiography. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources
    Abstract: Includes three war diaries (1914-1917), one diary written in London and in the USA (1939-1943), and his “Second War diary" about the beginning of WW II which he experienced in London. The diary written in London and in the USA starts with a detailed account of the years 1933-1939, when Wilhelm Buchheim was principal in the Jewish school in Dortmund, Germany. He writes about how school life was affected by the National Socialist government. There is also a detailed account of Kristallnacht in Dortmund, Germany. In September 1941, Mr. Buchheim switches his writing language from German to English.
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/1 War diary I. // Aug. 12, 1914 - Feb. 9, 1915
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/2 War diary; notes on Judaism and other topics; French vocabularies // Feb. 12, 1915 - Mar. 9, 1915
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/3 Kriegstagebuch II. (War diary) //1915 - 1917
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/4 Tagebuch (diary, London and New York, 156 p.) //1939 - 1943
    Description / Table of Contents: 1/5 Ein 2. Kriegstagebuch (A second war diary), London //1939 - 1940
    Note: Available on microfilm MM III 21 , Parts of the diaries are also available on MF 95 , German and English
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  • 17
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    Language: German
    Pages: 32 , handwritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1903-1942
    Keywords: Poetry. ; German poetry. ; Manuscripts. ; Poetry Collections.
    Abstract: Forty poems.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 18
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    Pages: 3 + 84 + 35 + 6 , synopsis; handwritten manuscript (copy); typescripts.
    Year of publication: 1920-1942
    Former Title: Diary of My Mother
    Keywords: Pick, Leopold. ; Pick, Ruzena. ; Pick, Vilem. ; Neurath, Regina. ; Rosenbaum, Jonas. ; Auschwitz (Concentration camp) ; Children. ; Education. ; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) ; Women authors. ; Austria History 1918-1938. ; Czechoslovakia History 1918-1938. ; Prague (Czech Republic) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Ella Pick’s handwritten diary that describes mainly her son’s upbringing is followed by Rudolph Pick’s English translation of his mother’s diary. Also included is Rudolph Pick’s short typescript about his and his own family’s survival of the Holocaust (in German).
    Abstract: The diary was written between 1920 and 1942. Description of the birth of the author’s son Rudolph on January 3, 1920 and his first childhood illnesses. Milestones and accidents. Summer holidays with the author’s extended family. Visits at her husband’s home in Cetno. Appendicitis operation and recovery stay in Grado, Italy. Rudolph is enrolled at grade school in 1925. Summer in Baden and more illnesses. First sign of the swastika during the summer holidays in Bohemia in 1929. Rudi enters “Realschule”. Subtle Anti-Semitism at school. Anti-Semitic encounter during the summer holidays in Carinthia in 1930. Bar mitzvah celebration in 1933. Rudi joins the Jewish Boy Scouts. Hitch-hike trip to Paris. In 1937 he enrolls at the Vienna Technical University. Anschluss in 1938 and move to Prague. After the German occupation of Prague in March of 1939, Rudolph Pick leaves for Paris.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German and English , synopsis in file
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  • 19
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    Language: German
    Pages: 139 pages (1.5 space) : , typescript.
    Year of publication: 1921-1941
    Keywords: Hospitals. ; Jewish families 19th century. ; Ophthalmologists. ; Physicians. ; Students' societies. ; Voyages and travels. ; Wrocław (Poland) ; Heidelberg (Germany) ; Munich (Germany) ; Strasbourg (France) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Childhood memories of Breslau, student in Breslau and Munich, assistant in Paris, Heidelberg, and Strasbourg.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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  • 20
    Language: German
    Pages: 144 pages.
    Year of publication: 1927-1939
    Keywords: Mayer, Gerda (née Stein) ; Childbirth ; Families Children. ; Jews Persecutions ; Jews Persecutions ; Diaries ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Diaries. ; Autobiography.
    Abstract: “Babys Tagebuch” (Baby's Diary) started as a commercially available book about baby care [Moro-Drasch, Irene : Babys Tagebuch , Merkblaetter und die Grundzuege der Saeuglingspflege ; Graz 1925]. The book had empty pages to keep schedule of the baby’s development. Gerda Mayer's parents, Arnold and Erna Stein, made good use of it, and did not stop writing entries (with Arnold contributing to 50 pages in his rounded handwriting, and Erna contributing to 27 pages in her more formal hand). When their daughter grew older, the baby diary developed into a regular diary, in which they were addressing their daughter Gerda. They talk about their time together, their activities, but also the political events that affected the family, like anti-Semitism. The Steins kept a diary of their daughter Gerda from her birth in 1927 until her departure to England in 1939. There are also little drawings and scribbles by young Gerti.
    Note: The transcript of “Babys Tagebuch” is also microfilmed on MM 132.
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  • 21
    Language: German
    Pages: Digital file.
    Year of publication: 1850-1939
    Keywords: Jewish families ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Registers of births, etc. ; Zaberfeld (Germany) ; Archival materials ; Genealogical tables ; Manuscripts. ; Finding aids.
    Abstract: These are pages from the original family register of the town of Zaberfeld in the district of Heilbronn in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, recording the households of Jewish families from the mid-1800s to the 1930s. Mentioned are the names and dates of male and female members of the households; the names of their respective parents; and the households’ children.
    Abstract: Family names include Herbst; Jordan; Kahn; Kaufmann; and Warszawsky.
    Abstract: Also included are ‘Beilagen zu den Familien-Registern‘, being correspondence from and to the register office pertaining to Jewish families and Jewish institutions in Zaberfeld; 1906-1988.
    Abstract: Also included is the family tree of Heinz (Enrique) Jordan in Montevideo, reaching back to an alleged ‘protected Jew’ (Schutzjude) in Zaberfeld in the early 1800s.
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  • 22
    Pages: 2 bound notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1911-1939
    Keywords: Feigel, Vera. ; Children. ; Friendship. ; Jewish families. ; Klatovy (Czech Republic) ; Prague (Czech Republic) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Two libri amicorum (friendship books) belonging to Gertrud Feigel née Mandler and to her daughter Vera. Autographs for Gertrud are all in German, written mostly in Prague, 1911-1918. The autographs for her daughter Vera are written in Czech, mostly in the town of Klatovy (formerly Klattau).
    Note: German and Czech
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  • 23
    Language: German
    Pages: circa 150 pages : , approximately 150 pages : , leather-bound, handwritten notebook. , leather-bound, handwritten notebook.
    Edition: Digital image New York, NY Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory, Center for Jewish History 2017
    Year of publication: 1904-1938
    Keywords: Hospitality. ; Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: The guest book features entries by house guests from 1904 to 1938. Of special interest are references to the 1936 Winter Olympics, which took place in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
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  • 24
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    Language: German
    Pages: 0.25 linear feet : , 411 postcards; circa 118 pages.
    Edition: Digital image New York, NY Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory, Center for Jewish History 2013
    Year of publication: 1898-1938
    Keywords: Families. ; Friendship. ; Kings, queens, rulers, etc. ; Voyages around the world. ; Wishes. ; Germany Description and travel. ; Albums ; Correspondence ; Photographs.
    Abstract: The album was given to Ida Mitau née Jacobsohn as a gift the year she was married, and in it she collected postcards that were sent to her by friends and family from many different places throughout Germany and elsewhere in the world, spanning the time from 1898 to 1938. The pages of this album are in poor shape, but most of the 411 postcards are well preserved.
    Note: German
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  • 25
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    Language: German
    Pages: 4 , handwritten; illustrated.
    Year of publication: 1925-1938
    Keywords: Loewenberg, Ernst. ; Loewenberg, Margarete (née Oettlinger) ; Children. ; Jewish families 1918-1933. ; Hamburg (Germany) ; Diaries ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Diaries that document birth and early years of Frank Meyer Loewenberg, son of Ernst and Margarete Loewenberg. Also included are inserted notes, postcards, drawings, and ephemera.
    Description / Table of Contents: I. Teil [1925-1927]
    Description / Table of Contents: II. Teil [1927-1930]
    Description / Table of Contents: III. Teil [1930-1934]
    Description / Table of Contents: IV. Teil [1934-1938]
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    Berlin : Frauenbund ; 1.1924 - 14.1938,10
    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Edition: Frankfurt, M. Univ.-Bibl.
    Year of publication: 1924-1938
    Dates of Publication: 1.1924 - 14.1938,10
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Jüdischer Frauenbund in Deutschland Blätter des Jüdischen Frauenbundes für Frauenarbeit und Frauenbewegung
    Former Title: Blätter des Jüdischen Frauenbundes
    Note: Online-Ressource , Digital. Ausg.: Frankfurt, M. : Univ.-Bibl., 2014.
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    Language: German
    Pages: 96 items : , part of reel.
    Year of publication: 1920-1938
    Keywords: Geis, Robert Raphael, ; Rabbis. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Correspondence
    Abstract: 64 letters and 32 postcards from Ismar Elbogen to Robert Raphael Geis.
    Note: German
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    München ; 1.1925 - 13.1937,14
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    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Edition: Compact memory
    Year of publication: 1925-1937
    Dates of Publication: 1.1925 - 13.1937,14
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Bayerische israelitische Gemeindezeitung
    Subsequent Title: Forts. Jüdisches Gemeindeblatt für den Verband der Kultusgemeinden in Bayern und die Kultusgemeinden München, Augsburg, Bamberg, Würzburg. A
    Subsequent Title: Forts. Verband der Kultusgemeinden in Bayern Jüdisches Gemeindeblatt für den Verband der Kultusgemeinden in Bayern und die Kultusgemeinden München, Augsburg, Bamberg, Würzburg. Ausgabe B, mit dem Beiblatt für Würzburg und Umgebung
    Keywords: Israelitische Kultusgemeinde München ; Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Schwaben ; Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Bamberg ; Jüdische Gemeinde ; Bayern ; Zeitschrift ; Online-Publikation
    Note: Gesehen am 22.06.06 , Periodizität: unregelmäßig , Digital. Ausg.: Aachen : RWTH. (Compact memory)
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    Language: German
    Pages: 52 folders.
    Year of publication: 1905-1937
    Keywords: Meyer, Heinrich, ; Authors. ; Manners and customs 20th century. ; Poets. ; Berlin (Germany) ; Vienna (Austria) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: This series consists of Ernst Lissauer's diaries from 1905, when he was 22 years old, until 1937, the year of his death. Five diaries are lost: three diaries (24-26) from the end of August 1918 to the beginning of March 1919 and two diaries (43-44) in 1933. The diaries contain daily entries. Lissauer recorded whom he met and what he did during the day. Included are also some essays, poems, photographs, programs and illustrations.
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1905-1906 (on MM 121)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1906-1915 (on MM 122)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1915-1921 (on MM 123)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1920, 1922-1928 (on MM 124)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1925-1926, 1928-1934 (on MM 125)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1934-1937 (on MM 126)
    Description / Table of Contents: Tagebuecher, 1937 (on MM 127)
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    Language: German
    Pages: 124 , handwritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1904-1937
    Keywords: Diaries. ; Dreams. ; Poetry. ; German poetry. ; Manuscripts. ; Poetry Collections.
    Abstract: Poems and diaries of dreams: 124 diary entries describing the author's dreams.
    Note: Available on microfilm
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    Language: German
    Pages: 10 folders.
    Year of publication: 1910-1936
    Keywords: International travel. ; Switzerland Diaries. Description and travel ; United States Diaries. Description and travel ; Paris (France) Diaries. Description and travel ; Tyrol (Austria) Diaries. Description and travel ; Badgastein (Austria) Diaries. Description and travel ; Dubrovnik (Croatia) Diaries. Description and travel ; Spain Diaries. Description and travel ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Photographs. ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Like her husband Julius Goldstein, Margarete Goldstein also kept appointment books and diaries, but was less consistent in her entries than Julius. Of particular interest among these are Margarete's extensive travel diaries, especially of the Goldsteins' trip to the United States in 1923-1924 when she lectured on social work and social conditions in Germany. Other trips taken include Milan in Italy, Bad Gastein in Austria, Bremerhafen, Spain, Paris, and several areas in Switzerland. Often hotel cards, postcards, or tickets are pasted to the pages of her travel diaries.
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Switzerland, 1910
    Description / Table of Contents: 2. USA, 1923
    Description / Table of Contents: 3. Julius' and Gretel's USA diary, 1923
    Description / Table of Contents: 4. Tyrol, 1926
    Description / Table of Contents: 5. Paris, 1927
    Description / Table of Contents: 6. Bad Gastein, 1927
    Description / Table of Contents: 7. Ragusa, 1927
    Description / Table of Contents: 8. 'Meine Kinder', 1927
    Description / Table of Contents: 9. Switzerland, 1928
    Description / Table of Contents: 10. Spain, 1936
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    Berlin : Hilfsverein der Juden in Deutschland, Zentralbüro für Jüdische Auswanderungsangelegenheiten ; 1927 - 1935,1(Sept.); mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Edition: Frankfurt, M. Univ.-Bibl. Jüdische Zeitschriften in NS-Deutschland
    Edition: Frankfurt, M. ; Leipzig ; Berlin Die Dt. Bibliothek
    Year of publication: 1927-1935
    Dates of Publication: 1927 - 1935,1(Sept.); mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Additional Information: In Jüdische Zeitschriften in NS-Deutschland
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Korrespondenzblatt über Auswanderungs- und Siedlungswesen
    Subsequent Title: Forts. Jüdische Auswanderung
    Keywords: Zeitschrift
    Note: Periodizität: unregelmäßg , Digital. Ausg.: Frankfurt, M. ; Leipzig ; Berlin : Die Dt. Bibliothek, 2004. (Jüdische Zeitschriften in NS-Deutschland). - Digital. Ausg.: Frankfurt, M. : Univ.-Bibl., 2014
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    Language: German
    Pages: 11 + 8 pages + 3 pages : , handwritten manuscript; typescript (photocopies) +
    Year of publication: 1871-1934
    Keywords: Goldschidt, Isaak. ; Hamburger family. ; Hamburger, Leopold. ; Hamburger, Joseph. ; Coins ; Jews, German Genealogy. ; Orthodox Judaism. ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Genealogical notes of Leopold Hamburger, written in clear old German script between ca. 1880 and 1900, including a typed transcript.
    Abstract: Also included are a handwritten note by Leopold Hamburger's grandson Leopold Mansbach, May 20, 1934 about his pending emigration to Palestine; a newspaper clipping about a debate opened by Joseph Hamburger at the Jewish Literary and Debating Society about Mosaic Law and socialism; and the copy of a catalog entry of the British Museum in London, describing a collection of Palestine coins which were aquired from Leopold Hamburger in 1908.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German , Synopsis in file
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    Brünn ; 1.Jahrgang, Nr. 1 (1900)-7.Jahrgang, Nummer 18 (1906); 10.Jahrgang, Nummer 6 (1909); 13. Jahrg., Nummer 1 (1912)-Jahrgang 22, Nummer 10 (1921); Jahrgang 27, Nummer 30 (1927); 30.Jahrgang, Nr. 10 (1930)-31.Jahrgang, Nr. 48 (1931); 33.Jahrgang, Nr. 12 (1933)-34.Jahrgang, Nr. 26 (1934); mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Language: German
    Edition: Aachen RWTH Compact memory
    Year of publication: 1900-1934
    Dates of Publication: 1.Jahrgang, Nr. 1 (1900)-7.Jahrgang, Nummer 18 (1906); 10.Jahrgang, Nummer 6 (1909); 13. Jahrg., Nummer 1 (1912)-Jahrgang 22, Nummer 10 (1921); Jahrgang 27, Nummer 30 (1927); 30.Jahrgang, Nr. 10 (1930)-31.Jahrgang, Nr. 48 (1931); 33.Jahrgang, Nr. 12 (1933)-34.Jahrgang, Nr. 26 (1934); mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Jüdische Volksstimme
    Parallel Title: Elektronische Reproduktion von Jüdische Volksstimme
    Former Title: Wiener jüdische Volksstimme
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    Language: German
    Pages: 0.25 linear feet : , 27 handwritten notebooks.
    Year of publication: 1928-1933
    Keywords: Mosse family. ; Deutsche Hochschule für Politik (Berlin, Germany) ; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. ; Zugschar, Arbeitskreis für Jugendhilfe‏. ; Antisemitism. ; Coeducation. ; Fascism. ; Families 20th century. ; Feminism. ; German literature. ; Jewish teenagers. ; Reform Judaism. ; Religions. ; Socialism. ; Universities and colleges. ; Women authors. ; Women Education. ; Youth movements. ; Zionism. ; Berlin (Germany) ; London (England) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Diaries written by Hilde Lachmann Mosse between the age 16 and 21 (December 1928 until summer 1933). It is the diary of a teenage girl who is attending high school in Berlin. She is very idealistic, politically aware, Jewish oriented, and has clear feminist concepts. She attends lectures concerning contemporary policial events (e.g. Voelkerbund), the Reform Synagogue Youth Association (1929), has lengthy discussions with her teachers and friends (e.g. her friend Ilse Frank) concerning religious and social issues, about the violent issues of fascism, capitalism, as well as about the education of children. One of her constant concerns is the absence of co-educational schools. She is well read and reviews many of the books she read. Some of the diary books also contain compositions, such as a composition comparing the biblical Jacob and the Jacob in Beer Hofmann (diary 3), essay on Joan of Arc, Max Nordau, Zweig's Nietzsche biography, Goethe's Urgoetz (diary 16). 1929 she travels to London (diary 6) and to Russia (diary 7). Other activities: member of the Jewish Youth Club, Association Internationale des Etudiants de Boulogne, playing tennis (Blau-Weiss), studying violin, rowing, working on her special subject "History of socialism", member of the Zugscharen, a leftist organisation. In 1930 she presents a paper at the Jewish Youth Conference in London (diary 14).
    Abstract: The following individuals are mentioned:
    Abstract: Lachmann Mosse, Hans; Lachmann Mosse, Felicia; Lachmann Mosse, Gerhard; Lachmann Mosse, Rudolf; Ascher, Inge; Baum, Vicki; Berling, Goesta; Bernhard, Marianne; Blumenthal, Gabriele; Borchardt, Gustav; Fleg, Edmund; Frank, Ilse; Fuerth, Dora; Ginsberg, Manni; Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von; Hahn, Kurt; Hange, Inge; Hanser, Harald; Joan of Arc, Saint; Dr. Lehmann; Lennhof, Dori; Lennhof, Fritz; Lersch, Heinrich; Lichtenstein, Lore; Manes, Eva; Margerinski, Hans; Mussolini, Benito; Nordau, Max Simon; Oppenheim, Rudolf; Pringsheim, Julia von; Rathenau, Walther; Sauer, Irma; Squire, Miss; Stahn, Nithak; Stutterheim, Kurt von; Wagenhalter, Beatrice; Wertham, Frederic; German Emperor Wilhelm II.; Zender, Bernd.
    Abstract: The following places are mentioned:
    Abstract: Assmannshausen; Basel; Baumgartenbrueck; Eltville; France; Frankfurt; Fuerth; Heidelberg; Leningrad; Magdeburg; Naples; Norway; Russia; Schenkendorf; St. Moritz; Vienna; Woodbrooke.
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Diary: Dec. 4, 1928 - Dec. 25, 1928 (in three parts)
    Description / Table of Contents: 2. Diary: Dec. 30, 1928-Dec. 27, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 3. Diary: Jan. 31, 1929-March 29, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 4. Diary: March 29, 1929-May 3, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 5. Diary: May 10, 1929-July 14, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 6. Diary: May 17, 1929-June 7, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 7. Diary: Febr. 1929-August 29, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 8. Diary: Sept. 7, 1929-Dec. 27, 1929
    Description / Table of Contents: 9. Diary: Dec. 17, 1929-Jan. 2, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 10. Diary: Jan. 1, 1930-Jan. 28, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 11. Diary: Feb. 9, 1929-March 12, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 12. Diary: March 20, 1930-May 24, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 13. Diary: June 18, 1930-Sept. 1, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 14. Diary: June 18, 1930-Sept. 1, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 15. Diary: Sept. 7, 1930-Oct. 8, 1930
    Description / Table of Contents: 16. Diary: Oct. 1930-Nov. 1930 (Essays, Play in 6 acts) (in two parts)
    Description / Table of Contents: 17. Diary: Nov. 29, 1930-Jan. 10, 1931
    Description / Table of Contents: 18. Diary: Jan. 10, 1931-March 3, 1931 (in two parts)
    Description / Table of Contents: 19. Diary: Feb. 9, 1931-Feb. 14, 1931
    Description / Table of Contents: 20. Diary: March 14, 1931-June 26, 1931
    Description / Table of Contents: 21. Diary: June 26, 1931-August 23, 1931
    Description / Table of Contents: 22. Diary: July 1931-Jan. 1932 (in two parts)
    Description / Table of Contents: 23. Diary: Feb. 19, 1932-Summer 1933
    Note: Available on microfilm , Detailed synopsis in file (written by Irene Miller)
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    Berlin : [s.n.] ; 1.1902/03; [N.F.] 1.1904 - 2.1905 = Nr. 2-3; 4.1907/08 - 30.1933[?]
    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Edition: Aachen RWTH Compact memory
    Year of publication: 1902-1933
    Dates of Publication: 1.1902/03; [N.F.] 1.1904 - 2.1905 = Nr. 2-3; 4.1907/08 - 30.1933[?]
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Der jüdische Student
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    Language: German
    Pages: 289 pages : , handwritten manuscript (photocopy).
    Year of publication: 1829-1933
    Keywords: Fraenkel, Samuel, ; Poznań (Poland) ; Brandenburg (Germany) ; Berlin (Germany) ; Autobiographies ; Biographical sources ; Memoirs
    Abstract: Fraenkel's life and that of people around him in Posen, Brandenburg, Berlin.
    Note: Available on microfilm , German
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    Language: German
    Pages: 1 notebook.
    Year of publication: 1910-1933
    Keywords: Friendship. ; German poetry. ; Manuscripts.
    Abstract: Poems collected for/by Eva Lichtenstein
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    Language: German
    Pages: 6 , scrapbook.
    Edition: Digital Image New York, N.Y. Gruss Lipper Digital Laboratory, Center for Jewish History 2009
    Year of publication: 1929-1932
    Keywords: Guest books. ; Caputh (Germany) ; Manuscripts. ; Scrapbooks
    Abstract: Guest book for house Einstein with entries by: the "Hausherr" [Albert Einstein]; Edwin Fischer; Celia and Charles Rosenbloom, Pittsburgh, PA; Chaim Weizmann; Lola Hahn; [Alfred?] Kerr; Ruggiero Ricci; Hermann Struck; Erich Kleiber; Margarete Herrmann; Franz Oppenheimer; M. Laue; and others.
    Abstract: From 1929 until his emigration to the United States, Albert Einstein spent the summer months in a wooden summer house in the village of Caputh, just outside of Berlin. There he held a guestbook, given to him by a neighbor, which was signed by many of his visitors. On page 2, Einstein encouraged his visitors to sign the guestbook in verse, putting his demand into a humorous little poem under the title “Decree” - “Verordnung”, signed by “the landlord” – “der Hausherr”. In the fall of 1931, the artist Hermann Struck illustrated the top of page 4; it then was signed, among others, by Chaim Weizmann, visiting from London.
    Abstract: Guest book for house Einstein with entries by: the man of the house [Albert Einstein]; Edwin Fischer; Celia and Charles Rosenbloom, Pittsburgh, PA; Chaim Weizmann; Lola Hahn; [Alfred?] Kerr; Ruggiero Ricci; Hermann Struck; Erich Kleiber; Margarete Herrmann; Franz Oppenheimer; M. Laue; and others.
    Note: German
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    Berlin : Dt. Liga für Menschenrechte ; 1.1926 - 7.1932,4; mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Edition: Frankfurt, M. Univ.-Bibl.
    Year of publication: 1926-1932
    Dates of Publication: 1.1926 - 7.1932,4; mehr nicht digitalisiert
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Die Menschenrechte
    DDC: 070
    Keywords: Zeitschrift
    Note: Online-Ressource , Digital. Ausg.: Frankfurt, M. : Univ.-Bibl., 2014. , Lückenhaft digitalisiert , Verantw. Red. 1926: Jürgen Kuczynski
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    Language: German
    Pages: 20 folders.
    Year of publication: 1891-1931
    Keywords: College teachers. ; Families ; World War, 1914-1918. ; Germany History 1871-1918. ; Germany History 1918-1933. ; Diaries ; Biographical sources
    Abstract: Julius Goldstein was a conscious keeper of diaries and the collection includes an almost complete set of diaries and appointment books from 1891 until his death in 1929. Julius Goldstein's diaries discuss themes such as family life in early twentieth century Germany, political events, and the rising inflation after World War I. Included in diary entries is information on Julius Goldstein's trips, lectures, the health of his family members, and his children. Two topics touched on in the diaries are deserving of special mention: Goldstein's notes on a meeting with the philosopher Henri Bergson in 1912 and the diaries from the war years, running from the naïve enthusiasm of August 1914 to the deep disillusionment of November 1918.
    Description / Table of Contents: MM 106
    Description / Table of Contents: 1. Diaries, 1891
    Description / Table of Contents: 2. Diaries, 1892
    Description / Table of Contents: 3. Diaries, 1893
    Description / Table of Contents: 4. Diaries, 1894
    Description / Table of Contents: 5. Diaries, 1895-1897
    Description / Table of Contents: 6. Diaries, 1898/99
    Description / Table of Contents: 7. Diaries, 1900/01
    Description / Table of Contents: 8. Diaries, 1902
    Description / Table of Contents: 9. Diaries, 1903
    Description / Table of Contents: 10. Diaries, 1903-1905
    Description / Table of Contents: 11. Diaries, 1906/07
    Description / Table of Contents: 12. Diaries, 1907-1931
    Description / Table of Contents: 13. Diaries, 1915/16
    Description / Table of Contents: 14. Notes
    Description / Table of Contents: 15. Diaries, 1916-1918
    Description / Table of Contents: MM 107
    Description / Table of Contents: 16. Diaries, 1916-1917
    Description / Table of Contents: 17. USA Diary, 1923
    Description / Table of Contents: 18. Diaries, 1922-1926
    Description / Table of Contents: 19. Diaries, 1907-1912
    Description / Table of Contents: 20. Grete's Tagebuch, 1899-1905
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    Language: German
    Pages: Online-Ressource
    Year of publication: 1929-1930
    Dates of Publication: 1928/29(1929) - 1929(1930)[?]
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Stiftische Samson-Raphael-Hirsch-Schule 〈Frankfurt, Main〉 Bericht über das Schuljahr ... der Stiftischen Samson-Raphael-Hirsch-Schule (Oberschule für Knaben und Mädchen) der Synagogengemeinde Israelitische Religionsgesellschaft in Frankfurt a./Main
    Former Title: Vorg. Stiftische Realschule 〈Frankfurt, Main〉 Bericht über das Schuljahr ... der Stiftischen Realschule mit Lyzeum der Israelitischen Religionsgesellschaft in Frankfurt am Main
    Note: Gesehen am 05.09.17
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    Language: German
    Edition: Aachen RWTH Compact memory
    Year of publication: 1920-1930
    Dates of Publication: 1.1920 - 11.1930
    Parallel Title: Druckausg. Verein zur Gründung und Erhaltung einer Akademie für die Wissenschaft des Judentums Korrespondenzblatt des Vereins zur Gründung und Erhaltung einer Akademie für die Wissenschaft des Judentums
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