Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Various archival materials from archives in Hesse, Nuremberg, Trier, Oldenburg, Regensburg, Maarburg, Mecklenburg, Frankfurt, Cologne, and Luebeck, pertaining mainly to the history of conversion and assimilation of Jews in Germany. The materials were collected by Deborah Hertz for her research on the book “How Jews Became Germans”.
The focus of this collection lies on the correspondence between Lily Lösser and her daughters Yutta (Judy) and Gaby (Gabrielle) during their time of separation 1943-1946. The rest of the collection is made up of personal albums, official correspondence, documents and other material.
The collection contains documentation of the Hanna Oppenheimer family, including business documents, family documents, diaries, and family trees.
The bulk of the collection consists of various materials which describe primarily Heine’s mixed perception in Germany throughout the 20th century. In addition, there are seven original letters in the handwriting of Heinrich Heine and photocopies of several more letters, as well as manuscripts and other materials pertaining to Heinrich Heine and his family. Articles in typescripts deal with various aspects of Heine’s work.
This collection contains family correspondence received by emigrated members of the Hirshkind family in New York from relatives in Düsseldorf in 1940-1940.
Records of several Jewish communities assembled by Jacob Jacobson.
This collection contains personal identification documents and school records of Alex Löwenstein, as well as a short manuscript on Grevenbroich and materials on antisemitic legislation.
Two original German manuscripts and their English translations, describing the author’s escape from Nazi Germany (written in 1942) and her subsequent life underground (written in the 1960s).
The material is a comprehensive collection of letters written by Otto Grüters, teacher, to his former pupil, the political scientist and author, John H. Herz between 1946-1970. The contents of the letters covers the political situation in Germany, the United States, and the world, with a focus on denazification themes and other post-World War II matters in Germany.
The collection contains primarily circulars pertaining to the German organization of Jewish soldiers who fought in World War I.
Clippings and other, mostly published materials, reviewing the work of the lyricist and author, Rose Auslaender.
The Vera Margot Kowalski Soliman Family Collection contains correspondence on Vera Margot Kowalski Soliman's legal and financial matters.
The Wilhelm Levison Collection contains personal correspondence and documents concerning the years 1933-1935 at the University of Bonn and the years 1921-1928 in the 'Grossloge.'