Raphael Levi Collection
Scope and Contents
The first folder contains biographical documents pertaining to Dr. med. Raphael Levi, a dentist who worked in Munich. The second folder contains articles by Raphael Levi about the relation between religion and science. The third folder contains a collection of various texts: Torah verses, biblical texts, a scientific abstract, a collection of moral dilemmas, a story by Ralph Lee, essays, and a copy of his Jüdische Ideen im Lichte der Zeiten. The fourth folder contains articles written by Raphael Levi on non-religious topics, an article with notes about Yom Kippur, and a collection about Jesaja interpretation.
- Levy, Raphael, 1874-1952 (Person)
Language of Materials
The collection is in German.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to researchers.
Conditions Governing Use
The collection has been digitized.
The collection contains various documents and manuscripts pertaining to Dr. med. Raphael Levi, a dentist who worked in Munich.
This collection is arranged in 2 series.
- Series I: Biographical Documents, 1932-1952, undated
- Series II: Manuscripts, 1903-1933, undated
- Processed by Meirav Reuveny
- © 2021
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