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Landschulheim Herrlingen Collection

 Collection
Identifier: LBIJER 13

Scope and Contents

This collection contains various materials pertaining to the Jewish boarding school ("Landschulheim Herrlingen"). Included are mimeographed publications of the school. Also included are two typed manuscripts by its last director Hugo Rosenthal (Josef Jashuvi) – memoirs and an article about Otto Hirsch's contribution to the founding of the boarding school in Herrlingen –, and transcripts of his correspondence with Leo Baeck and Otto Hirsch.

Dates

  • 1933-1947

Creator

Language of Materials

This collection is in German.

Access Restrictions

This collection is located at LBI Jerusalem. For information on accessing the collection please visit their website: http://www.leobaeck.org/

Historical Note

The Landschulheim Herrlingen was founded by Anna Essinger. The German teacher, Hugo Rosenthal (1887-1980), who had lived in Haifa since 1924, returned to Germany in 1929, and took on the responsibility as director of the school in 1933 turning it into a specific Jewish institution. The school existed until 1939.

Extent

2 Folders

Abstract

This collection contains various materials pertaining to the Jewish boarding school ("Landschulheim Herrlingen").

Other Finding Aids

English language summaries of memoirs on file.

Related Materials

One of the manuscripts is also available as "Jaschuwi, Joseph : Teilmemoiren, Kfar Bialik, 1947" (Call Number: ME 336) at the archives of the LBI, New York.

|a "Berichte ueber das Landschulheim in Herrlingen 1933-1937 von Hugo Rosenthal (Direktor)" is available in the Library of the Leo Baeck Institute Jerusalem (Call Number: ER II 90.646).
Date
2020
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Leo Baeck Institute Repository

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