Found in 470 Collections and/or Records:
The file contains the correspondence of Ludwig Pinner at the Central Bureau for the Settlement of German Jews of the Jewish Agency and comprises two folders.
The collection contains various materials pertaining to Ludwig Tietz, collected by Gustav Horn.
Official documents pertaining to Manfred Kornreich and his parents, Henoch and Scheindel (Sabina), as well as some private correspondence
The collection contains various documents relating to the Jewish communities in Chemnitz, Dresden and Hamburg in the late 1930s, as well as biographical information and personal documents regarding Manfred Saalheimer (1907-1967), legal representative of the Dresden Jewish community, and Josef Kahn (1881-?), president of the Chemnitz Jewish community. Also included are tributes to Otto Hirsch (1885-1941), president of Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland.
The bulk of this collection consists of letters Manfred Swarsensky wrote to Hanna (Hansi) Pollack Baruch, who had lived in Berlin until she immigrated to the United States, where she lived in New York City. She served as the president of the sisterhood of Congregation Habonim, and later moved to Alexandria, Virginia. The correspondence begins after Swarsensky left Germany and arrived in the United States in 1939 and continues through 1981, shortly before his death. He wrote just a few letters each year, but these letters usually contain very detailed updates on his life. The first letters provide a wealth of information about his immigration and his first years in the United States. Also included in this collection are several speeches and sermons Manfred Swarsensky gave and articles he wrote for the Aufbau in New York and the Wisconsin State Journal as well as a detailed account about his immigration, which he wrote shortly after his arrival in 1939. In addition, there are articles about Manfred Swarsensky and many obituaries. The only item that dates from his time as a rabbi in Berlin is an article about Pessach he wrote for the Juedisches Gemeindeblatt in Berlin in 1938.
The Mannaberg-Meitner Family collection documents the nineteenth century history of the Mannaberg and Meitner families through papers, records, and annotated prayer books.
Lists the descendants of Joseph who lived in Frankfurt circa 1650.
Photographs, certificates, family trees, genealogical information and other materials related to members of the Stern, Schoenfeld, May, and Brodnitz families.
This collection documents the life and work of journalist Margo Wolff. It contains personal papers, correspondence (including a 1953 letter in the Addenda by writer Walter Meckauer to Wolff), articles, clippings, and diaries.
Correspondence, legal and official documents, books and pamphlets
Two unpublished biographies about the author, journalist and feminist Marie Haas Schloss.
The collection contains original and published materials pertaining primarily to the family of Marietta Bach in Munich, Germany and their textile company. Also included are mostly published materials about Jews in Bavaria during the Nazi period and the November pogrom.
One unpublished novel by Marta Nothmannm (1894-1978); and manuscripts of 13 published poems by Paul Boldt (1885-1921).
Manuscripts and accompanying materials relating to the fate of Gustav Bier and his wife Ellen Bier-Feitler, who was of Jewish descent, under the Nazi regime. Accompanying materials include photocopied official records, photographs, etc.
A short caption of M. Freilich’s life until the end of World War II. Personal documents (travel pass, id card), photos, newspaper clippings.
This collection contains mostly printed documents pertaining to the social, political and economic history in Danzig, Bavaria, Alsace and Westphalia.
Personal documents and photographs of the extended Breit family.
The collection consists of vital records, other official documents, manuscripts, clippings, and some correspondence pertaining to Max Daniel and his family, reaching back for four generations.
Dienemann's dissertation, articles and manuscripts by him on theology and Jewish history, and lecture notes for his Jewish history course during the 1930s at the Freies Juedisches Lehrhaus, Frankfurt; sermons by Dienemann, and records kept by him of rabbinical duties performed in Offenbach.
This collection contains two letters, several passports and identification cards, and a large amount of small-format photographs, likely shot during World War I.
The bulk of the collection holds the extensive correspondence from Max Liebermann to Max Lehrs, director of the Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin and Dresden, written between 1892 and 1934. Also included are letters to Bruno and Paul Cassirer and others, as is a manuscript with an eulogy for the painter Walter Leistikow.
This collection holds foremost copied typescripts of holiday sermons of Rabbi Max Nussbaum, given in Berlin 1935 to 1940. Synagogues include Friedenstempel and those in Lützow-, Levetzov-, and Joachimsthaler-Strasse. Also included are manuscripts by Max Nussbaum, as well as some correspondence and clippings.
The bulk of the collection (folders 1-6) consists of correspondence to Max Rabl while serving in the Austrian Imperial Army during World War I. Correspondents included Friedrich Frank, Otto Gerstl, and Irma Schiller. Also included in the collection are correspondence 1925/26, photographs, and some materials about Ambassador Edith Rabl.
Lectures; sermons; clippings; photos; correspondence.
The collection comprises the personal documents, correspondence and manuscripts of Meier Spanier.
Original manuscripts, off-prints, and clippings with articles by or about Meier Spanier. Also included are a bibliography as well as biographical and genealogical texts.
In this memorial article, Herzfeld offers deep insight into the problems and the predicament for German Jews from 1933 to 1938. He especially describes the creation and the work of “Reichsvertretung der deutschen Juden”, the new organization for German Jews, facing the Nazi-regime.
Articles on Foundation (1960's and 1970's); confidential reports involving allocations of funds (1973-1974); studies of various programs and functions (1960's and 1970's); annual reports; board documents.
Materials collected by Helmut Waszkis about the Metallgesellschaft AG