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    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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