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Documents, transcripts and correspondence related to Anatol Kaminsky and Lydia Judey, as well as to Ernest Mangold and Mary Judey
This collection consists primarily of materials documenting Ernst Shomberg's education and career as a physician both in Germany and in New York after emigration. There are a also a few items pertaining to his wife's family and some genealogical materials.
Correspondence of Ismar Elbogen with individuals, including Elias Auerbach, Julius Bab, Leo Baeck, Salo Baron, Markus Brann, Martin Buber, Umberto Cassuto, Ludwig Feuchtwanger, Ludwig Geiger, Robert Raphael Geis, Louis Ginzburg, Ignaz Goldziher, Max Gruenewald, Moritz Güdemann, Julius Guttmann, Bernhard Kahn, Mordechai Kaplan, Adolf Leschnitzer, Lily Montagu, Claude Montefiore, Adolph Oko, Paula Ollendorf, Bertha Pappenheim, Felix Perles, Koppel Pinson, Peter Reinhold, Julius Rosenwald, Cecil Roth, Caesar Seligmann, Selma Stern-Taeubler, Henrietta Szold, Hermann Vogelstein, and Stephen Wise.
This collection describes the history of the Israel Family of Berlin as well as their firm, the Kaufhaus N. Israel. Material on the N. Israel store includes publications, clippings, photographs, and correspondence concerning restitution for its loss. In addition, this collection also holds family papers, documents pertaining to family history, and family trees.
The Itzig Family Collection contains papers documenting the history and genealogy of the Itzig and related families. Particularly prominent are the careers and significant achievements of Daniel Itzig (1722-1799) and his son Isaac Daniel Itzig (1750-1806). The collection includes family trees, many photocopies of official certificates and letters, an unpublished typescript for a book on Isaac Daniel Itzig and a few copies of photographs of family members.
This collection contains personal papers from the Simson and Ruppel families of Gotha, Germany as well as materials from the restitution claims made by the family members. The bulk of the materials relate to Jack Ruppel and his mother Margarete née Simson. Materials include family trees, personal correspondence, vital records, identification papers, emigration and naturalization records, educational transcripts and grades, military records, newspaper clippings, maps, oral history transcripts, and legal papers related to restitution claims.
The Jacob Bernheim Collection contains vital records and business documents pertaining to the Jewish community in Buchau in general and specifically to the Bernheim-Dreyfuss-Maendle families, including contracts, receipts, certificates, and balance sheets. Of special interest is a bound, handwritten manuscript of the Buchau Jewish community’s family register. Also included are a genealogical table of the Bernheim-Dreyfuss-Maendle families, a signed letter from Albert Einstein, newspaper clippings and a photograph.
Records of several Jewish communities assembled by Jacob Jacobson.
This collection contains genealogical information for the Mainz and Michael families and articles concerning Jacob Michael and his business.
This collection contains material from the Sinnreich family, who were German speakers in Bukovina (present day Romania and Ukraine). The material includes school grade reports for Jankel Sinnreich, Klara Honich, and Nathan Sinnreich (1888-1928). There is a diary from Jacob Sinnreich (1898), and a document containing a 19th through 20th century family tree and family history (1987). The following families are mentioned in this collection: Batelman, Bergman, Birkenfeld, Brecher, Brotman, David, Eisenstein, Feiger, Fuerst, Gierczak, Gluckstern, Grill, Grossman, Gruffat, Hoenich, Juda, Kempenich, Landwehr, Lustgarten, Mandel, Morin, Oelgiesser, Paecht, Pieck, Pilpel, Radumski, Resch, Rosenwald, Rosenzweig, Rosner, Rosner, Sidlin, Sinnreich, Waynberg, Ziffra.
This collection contains a wide range of personal and family papers of the Jacobi, Kornik, and Mosse families of Posen and Berlin, as well as extensive family trees for the Jacobi and Wolff families.
The collection consists of various archival materials pertaining to the Jacoby family in Lychen (Brandenburg, Germany). In particular, it comprises citizenship papers and other vital documents as well as business ledgers from the 19th century. There is 20th century correspondence, mainly about genealogy, and clippings documenting conditions in Germany in 1934.
This collection documents the genealogy of the Jaffe family that originated in Posen (now Poznań, Poland), as researched by Johanna Jaffé. It includes a large amount of genealogical correspondence, family trees, some photographs and a few clippings.
The collection contains documents and manuscripts written by and about Dr. Jakob Loewenberg, the director of a girls' school in Hamburg from 1892 until his death in 1929. In addition to overseeing the school, Dr. Loewenberg was a poet and friend of relatively well-known German poets and writers of the day. The collection includes correspondence with the latter as well as articles about these friendships by Dr. Loewenberg and his son, Ernst, published after his father's death. Dr. Loewenberg was proud of being German and Jewish and often wrote on the topic. There is also significant correspondence from the Loewenberg family around the time of the First World War, documents on family genealogy, a large photograph collection, poems written by Loewenberg and numerous official personal documents. It also includes correspondence, manuscripts and personal documents of Dr. Ernst Loewenberg, Jakob Loewenberg's eldest son.
This collection contains photocopies and transcriptions of documents acquired and generated in research on Jewish families and communities throughout Europe, Israel, and the United States, such as family trees, lists of single Jewish communities and families in Europe, manuscripts, official documents, registers, census records, community records, and cemetery registers.
This collection contains materials from the life of James May (1921- ). In particular, it documents via correspondence and clippings his ongoing engagement with his home town of Heilbronn, Germany, starting in the 1960s but particularly in the 1980s. It also includes other correspondence, personal papers, military materials, restitution files, genealogical materials relating to the family of his mother, Thekla Sänger May, and clippings and documents about his professional life as a textile designer.
The collection contains family trees of the extended Billstein family in Europe and in the United States.
This collection contains a large amount of correspondence and documents of Adolph Bernd's (the father of Janet Isenberg) restitution claims, as well as five family trees documenting the genealogy of the Bernd, Schild, Drucker, Wolff, and Heine families.
This collection holds official documents, correspondence, genealogical research material, and photographs from and about the Veit-Simon family. It gives an insight into the life of a Jewish family in Berlin during the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection also contains material pertaining to two restitution claims in the 1990s.
The collection pertains to the Portuguese Jewish Jessurun family in 19th century Hamburg, including business and private documents.
This collection contains archival and genealogical materials, as well as clippings, about Jews in Switzerland.
This collection contains genealogical information on the family of Joan Glanz Rimmon.
The John Kallir Collection contains documents regarding the life of John Kallir, his father Otto Kallir, their ancestors, and genealogical material.
The Joseph Hirsch Collection contains papers of the Hirsch family and other related families and documents gathered during genealogical research. There is correspondence concerning his research, as well as family trees and information about Schaffa, the town where Joseph Hirsch's fathers' family came from.
The collection contains an assortment of documents related to the extended family of Joseph Rothschild of Weiterode (now incorporated into Bebra, Germany), especially to the family of his descendent Meinhold Rothschild.
This collection brings together genealogical notes and manuscripts which Hans Josephthal (John Joseph Thal) amassed over his entire life. Among these materials are several notes and drafts from 1920s and 1930s Germany, including forms from the Gesellschaft für jüdische Familienforschung in Berlin.
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.
This collection consists of photocopies of family trees, vital documents, photographs, and genealogical research notes and correspondence relating to the Ensel, Leitner, Mauthner, Schor, Schink, and Weinberg families.
This collection contains the family correspondence and papers of the engineer Julian Spiegel. About half the collection consists of copies of the family's letters to Julian and Kaethe Spiegel. In addition the collection includes copies of legal and official correspondence, official documents, family trees, educational and professional papers and various other personal papers.
- Subject: Genealogical tables X
- Leo Baeck Institute 494
- American Jewish Historical Society 3
- American Sephardi Federation 2
- YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 2
- Correspondence 306
- Photographs 241
- Manuscripts (documents) 150
- Clippings (information artifacts) 141
- Official documents 133
- Jewish families 105
- Jews -- Germany -- Genealogy 98
- United States -- Emigration and immigration 88
- Berlin (Germany) 87
- Legal documents 79
- Jews -- Genealogy 78
- Archival materials 70
- Emigration and immigration 70
- New York (N.Y.) 69
- Genealogy 62
- Notes (documents) 52
- Articles 47
- Diaries 43
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 41 + ∧ less
- German 452
- English 368
- Hebrew 110
- French 87
- Yiddish 29
- Polish 22
- Spanish; Castilian 19
- Dutch; Flemish 17
- Czech 15
- Latin 15
- Portuguese 14
- Russian 12
- Italian 10
- Hungarian 7
- Danish 6
- Swedish 4
- Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE); Imperial Aramaic (700-300 BCE) 3
- Slovak 3
- Turkish 3
- Arabic 2 + ∧ less
- Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) 12
- Goldschmidt family 11
- Rosenthal family 11
- Oppenheimer family 10
- Strauss family 9