Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of extensive correspondence between Dietrich Hanff and family and friends during World War II and the 5 years thereafter. Included are a birthday note to Hansjuerg Hanff from his parents, article on Ernst Wiechert, correspondence between Dietrich Hanff and his parents in Stettin and his brother in Berlin, correspondence with his foster parents Heather and Robin Tanner in England; correspondence with Mrs. Adler (London), Gisela Blumenreich (Berlin and Stettin), Hans Burchard (Santiago de Chile,; Else and James Cohn (New York), Ernst Danneman (Delaware), Herta and Max Eisenstein (South Africa), Hans and Louise Flakenheim (Canada), Frank Glaser (Ohio), Elfriede Levy (Liverpool), Hildegard Meinhard (Stettin), Margot Palmer (Florida), Guenter Perl (Jerusalem), Ulrich Perl, Erna Schwarz (Italy and Manila) and others from Sydney, photo of Margaret Susan Faulkner, letters referring to restitution claims, correspondence with Olga Beer, Miss Fellner, Heather and Robin Tanner and others from the Association of Jewish Refugees in Britain, Anna and Otto Boettcher (Kiel), Alfred Hanff (Piaski), Hansjuerg and Irmgard Hanff, Emmi Hoefs, Evan and Lutz Joachimsthal, Irene Messow, Schoenhoff, Hannah, Kaete and others, post card to Paul Froeschel, correspondence with Dr. Abrahamson, Dr. Mosbach, materials relating to the deportation of Jews from Stettin.
The collection contains the 1753 contract for royal medalist Jacob Abraham for work at the royal mint in Stettin. The contract includes a clause guaranteeing Abraham the protection of Frederick II, King of Prussia.
Records of several Jewish communities assembled by Jacob Jacobson.
This collection contains family papers of the Zander and Prager families, as well as some of Kurt Zander's personal papers. There are several photographs of various family members and family homes in Prussia and Turkey, and a body of correspondence which documents the Zander family's time in Turkey and Greece in 1904-1905.
Letters from Martin in Johannesburg to his parents in Stettin and some return letters from Max Eisenstein to his son and daughter-in-law, 1936-1938. Also included are various documents from Germany and South Africa.
The Werner Cohn Collection contains papers of members of the Cohn and related families. Documentation especially focuses on the family's experiences during the 1930s-1940s and the compensation for their losses during this period. The collection encompasses personal correspondence and papers, including official documents of family members, photographs, notes and notebooks, and a few newspaper clippings and other articles. About half the collection consists of restitution correspondence and documentation.