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Arthur and Vally Feigl Collection

Identifier: AR 11966

Scope and Content Note

This collection documents Arthur and Vally Feigl of Vienna, Prague, and New York, and their family.

Documents concerning Arthur Feigl include references, residence permits for Vienna and Prague, and immigration, marriage, and divorce papers. Vally Feigl materials include marriage and divorce documents, a Czech passport, references, and educational documents. The collection also includes a United States passport and a naturalization document for Arthur Mannheimer, and a Viennese residence permit for Olga Mannheimer. The two photographs in this collection are studio portraits of Nomi Feigl in Tel Aviv, together with her future husband, and of Vally Feigl, shortly after immigrating to the United States.


  • 1921-1955


Language of Materials

This collection is mostly in German, with some Czech and English.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open to researchers.

Access Information

Collection is digitized. Follow the links in the Container List to access the digitized materials.

Biographical Note

Arthur Feigl (1899-1993) was born in Vienna, Austria. He had a daughter, Nomi, with his first wife Greta née Tauber. Greta and Nomi Feigl moved to Tel Aviv around 1935. Arthur Feigl left Vienna for Karlsbad and then Prague in the mid 1930s, and later fled to the United States via England. In 1939, he married Valerie (Vally) Pick née Mannheimer (1911-1999), former wife of Fritz Pick and daughter of Arthur Mannheimer (born 1880) and Olga Mannheimer.


6 Folders


This collection documents Arthur and Vally Feigl of Vienna, Prague, and New York, and their family.


Materials are arranged by family member.

Guide to the Arthur and Vally Feigl Collection 1921-1955 AR 11966
Processed by Kevin Schlottmann
© 2013
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Description is in English.
Made possible by the Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives Grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources through The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support "Illuminating Hidden Collections at the Center for Jewish History."

Revision Statements

  • December 1, 2017 : Links to digital objects added in Container List.

Repository Details

Part of the Leo Baeck Institute Repository

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New York NY 10011 United States