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Finding Aid for Paul Kiess papers

Finding aid prepared by Michaela Ullmann, Lisa Ebiner Gavit, 2013

Summary Information

Repository
USC Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Kiess, Edith
Creator
Kiess, Paul
Title
Paul Kiess papers
Collection no.
6032
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1939-1941
Date [inclusive]
1915-1941
Extent
3.25 linear ft., 5 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
This collection contains the personal papers of Dr. Paul Kiess. The collection contains personal correspondence and correspondence with Christian organizations in the US, photographs, newspaper clippings, outlines for Dr. Kiess' speeches, and ephemera. Dr. Paul Kiess, a Protestant, was a legal adviser, a lector of the Thüringische Verlagsanstalt und Druckerei, and Urania Verlagsbuchhandlung in Jena, Thuringia, and a member of the Thuringian parliament. Paul and his wife Edith, a half Jew, left Germany in 1935 and went into exile in Prague, Czechoslovakia, France, and London, before emigrating to the United States where Edith studied for her professional qualifying examinations in New York, and Paul went to Princeton where he lectured at various Christian organizations, and studied for his American bar exam.

Preferred Citation

[Box/folder# or item name], Paul Kiess papers, Collection no. 6032, Special Collections, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

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Biographical/Historical note

Paul Kiess was born on January 10, 1894 in Berlin, Germany. He worked as a legal adviser, and as lector of the Thüringische Verlagsanstalt und Druckerei, and Urania Verlagsbuchhandlung in Jena, Thuringia. From 1920 to 1933, Paul Kiess was a member of the Thuringian parliament.

In autumn 1926, Paul Kiess married Edith Kiess, nee Kramer, a half Jew. Edith was born in Riga on January 19, 1900 to her parents Julius Israel Kramer, a merchant, and her mother Sara Kramer nee Jakobsohn. Through her marriage with Paul, Edith became a German citizen. Edith had taken courses with Albert Einstein at Berlin University (Ausländerkurse; an institution founded by Albert Einstein to enable Jewish students to study if refused by German universities). She received a diploma as Bacteriologist. She then finished her medical studies at Jena University, receiving a diploma as a German physician on September 12, 1930. Edith worked as a physician at the university hospital of Jena until the first anti-Jewish boycott of the Nazis, April 1, 1933. On April 6, 1933 she had to leave the hospital.

After the Nazis came to power, Paul Kiess, a Protestant, defended Dr. Kuno Fiedler in court. Fiedler, a philosopher and Protestant minister, had declined to publicly present a hate prayer on the order of the Nazis. In 1935, it became impossible for Paul Kiess to remain a lawyer in Jena due to his defense work for many Jews. In addition, his marriage to a half Jew put him in danger of being sent to a concentration camp.

Edith and Paul Kiess left Germany on December 24, 1935. They went to Prague, Czechoslovakia, where Edith took courses in medical massage while Paul explored various business opportunities.

Via France (Paul) and London (Edith), the couple emigrated to the United States. They arrived in New York in January 1939. The emigration was made possible through the written intervention of Thomas Mann, who was a close friend of Fiedler. While Edith Kiess stayed in New York, where she studied for her professional qualifying examinations, Paul went to Princeton where he lectured at various Christian organizations, and studied for his bar exam.

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Scope and Content

The collection contains Paul Kiess' personal and business correspondence during the years of exile and the first years after his emigration to the United States, correspondence with various Christian rescue organizations, texts and manuscripts by himself and others, newspaper clippings from American newspapers about the war and politics in Germany, and a few photographs and ephemera. The bulk of the collection dates from 1939-1941 though a few earlier materials are present as well.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

USC Libraries Special Collections
2013
Doheny Memorial Library 206
3550 Trousdale Parkway
Los Angeles, California, 90089-0189
213-740-5900
specol@usc.edu

Conditions Governing Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

Conditions Governing Use

The collection contains published materials; researchers are reminded of the copyright restrictions imposed by publishers on reusing their articles and parts of books. It is the responsibility of researchers to acquire permission from publishers when reusing such materials. The copyright to unpublished materials belongs to the heirs of the writers. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.

Processing Information

The collection was rehoused and described by Michaela Ullmann and Lisa Ebiner Gavet in 2013.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • American Committee for Christian German Refugees. -- Archives

Genre(s)

  • Clippings
  • Correspondence
  • Ephemera
  • Newspapers
  • Notes
  • Photographs

Geographic Name(s)

  • Germany--Emigration and immigration--History--1933-1945--Archival resources
  • Germany--Politics and government--20th century--Archival resources
  • New York (N.Y.)--Emigration and immigration--20th century--Archival resources

Personal Name(s)

  • Kiess, Edith -- Archives
  • Kiess, Paul -- Archives

Subject(s)

  • Exiles--Germany--20th century--Archival resources
  • Persecution--Germany--20th century--Archival resources
  • World War, 1939-1945--Refugees--Archival resources

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Collection Inventory

Series 1:  Correspondence 

Box Folder

 Misc. correspondence and other documents found together in a folder 

1 1

 Misc. notes and correcpondence found together in a folder 

1 2

 Misc. correspondence found together in a folder 

1 3

 Misc. correspondence addressed to or signed by Paul Kiess...1 1913- March 1939 

1 4

 Misc. correspondence addressed to or signed by Paul Kiess...2 April 1939- 1942 

1 5

 Correspondence and documents found together in a folder 

1 6

 Misc. correspondence and other documents 1937-1941 

1 7

 Misc. correspondence 1911-1941 

1 8

 Misc. correspondence and documents 

1 9

 Misc. correspondence and memos found together in a folder labeled "NO-H" 

1 10

 Correspondence and notes found together in a folder 

1 11

 Misc. correspondence and memos found together in a folder 

1 12

 German-American Writers Association 

1 15

 Postcards to Mr. Paul Kiess 1919, 1921, 1939-1942 

4 1

 Postcards to Edith Kiess 1937-1939 

4 2

 Postcards from Edith Kiess to Paul Kiess 1939-1942 

4 3

 Correspondence to Paul from Edith 1939-1941 

4 4

 Correspondence to Edith from Paul 1939-1941 

4 5

 Letter: Edith Kiess to Professor Lanzerson, Tel Aviv 1939 

4 6

 Letter: Edith Kiess to Dr. Erwin Hirsch, Prague 1939 

4 7

 Correspondence: Paul and Edith Kiess with H. Lubecki after arrival in N.Y. 1939 

4 8

 Correspondence: Dr. Edith Kiess with her sister Anne 1939 

4 9

 Letter: Dr. Paul Kiess to Madame and Dino Lowenstein Nov. 11, 1939 

4 10

 Letter from Fia (?) to Edith Kiess 1939 

4 11

 Correspondence between Paul and Hazel and Morrie 1939-1940 (?) 

4 12

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess with N.V. Revisa regarding consultation for Herbert Altmann 

4 13

 Correspondence: Kurt Grossmann 1938-1939 

4 14

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Anna Weitzmann-Kramer 1939 

4 15

 Correspondence to Fraulein von Krolekiewitz 1940 

4 16

 Correspondence to Dr. Robinson 1941 

4 17

 Correspondence with Mr. Villard 1941 

4 18

 Correspondence to/from Arnold and Ernst Meyer 1939-1941 

4 19

 Dr. Fritz Kohn to Paul Kiess regarding Affidavit 

4 20

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Kurt Doberer regarding new weapons and technology 1940 

4 21

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Paulette Mezieres 1938-1939 

4 22

 Paul Kiess to American Committee for Christian German Refugees 

4 23

 Biographical essay about Paul Kiess, mentioning his accomplishments for Jews at Jena University and his persecution under Hitler 

4 24

 Recommendation of Paul Kiess, to Councils of Churches 

4 25

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Mrs. Bradford Young 1939 

4 26

 The American Committee for Christian German Refugees 1939 

4 27

 French Line: Notice about unclaimed suitcase of Edith Kiess 1939 

4 28

 The Hungry Club "Pittsburgh's Down-Town Meeting" documents March 1940 

4 29

 New York Public Library 

4 30

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Mr. Estrin 

2 1

 Folder labeled "Pittsburgh"- Correspondence and outlines for talks on the Nazis and Christians, for various Christian organizations in Pittsburgh 

2 2

 Postcards to Paul Kiess from Mr. Farber from folder labeled "Liga" 

2 17

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess with Ruth and Leo Friedmann from folder labeled "Friedmann" 

2 18

 Correspondence re: shipment of Paul Kiess' belongings to the U.S.; from folder labeled "Gondrand Freres" 

2 19

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Rudolph Pichler, from folder labeled "Pichler" 

2 21

 Notes and correspondence found in folder labeled "Sopache" (?) 

2 22

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess and Walter Foster and Clark M. Eichelberger, found in a folder labeled "Foster" 

2 25

 Correspondence and notes from folder labeled "West- Reise" 

2 26

 Correspondence: American Committee for Christian German Refugees, from folder labeled "Amer. Com. J. C. G. R." 

2 28

 Correspondence: Comite International pour le Placement des Intellectuels Refugies, from folder labeled "Union" 

2 29

 Correspondence: College and Specialist Bureau, from folder labeled "Bureau Memphis" 

2 31

 Correspondence: Paul Kiess with Fritz Tetens, found in folder labeled "Gaidies Gen" 

2 33

 Correspondence and notes found in folder labeled "Pol. Science Courses and Lectures" 

2 34

 Correspondence found together in a folder labeled "Lou / Li" 

2 35

 Correspondence: New School for Social Research; Notgemeinschaft Deutscher Wissenschaftler Im Ausland; found in folder labeled "Colleges / Universities" 

2 37

 Postcards and notes found together in an unlabeled folder 

2 40

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Series 2:  Articles, pamphlets, manuscripts 

Box Folder

 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation: Fellowships for Research and for Creative Work in the Fine Arts, including Music 1940 

4 31

 Howard Pierce Davis: Lecture 

4 32

 R. Mees and Zoonen 

4 33

 "Restatement of the Law", the American Law Institute; Contracts O.D. No1 Sept. 15, 1928 

4 34

 Kingsley House documents 

4 35

 Manuscript for play/novel? Paris 1938 

4 36

 Nostradamus manuscript 

4 37

 "Literae C. IVLI Caesaris ad Senatvm Romanum" by Nostradamus- one copy in German and one copy in English 

4 38

 Der Trauerspiegel, von Dr. Reinhold Regensburger 

4 39

 The Nation- Vol. 153, No. 21 Nov. 22, 1941 

4 40

 The Nation- Vol. 153, No. 20 Nov. 15, 1941 

4 41

 The Broadcaster- Vol. 2, No. 4 Feb. 8 

4 42

 Branch Library Book News: Europeans on the Move, A Selection of New Books; Vol. 15, No. 9 Nov. 1938 

4 43

 Newscast from the American Committee for Christian Refugees Nov. 15, 1940 

4 44

 Various pages torn out from The Reader's Digest 

4 45

 Laurance Hart- the Impersonator of George Washington 

4 46

 Franziska Sontag zu eigen 

4 47

 Advertisements, pamphlets, brochures, bulletins, etc. 

4 48

 Misc. receipts, bills 1937-1941 

4 49

 Appeals for donations from refugee organizations 

4 50

 Liberty magazine Jan 25, 1941 

1 13

 Die Drei Ringe; Heft 4; Prag April 1937; 13. Jahrgang April 1937 

1 14

 Various manuscripts from folder labeled "Fiedler" 

2 10

 Clippings and notes from folder labeled "Roosevelt" 

2 11

 Manuscripts from folder labeled "Education" 

2 13

 Dr. Kiess dentistry documents 

2 36

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Series 3:  Ephemera 

Box Folder

 Notebook containing notes on rent; Paul C. Kiess and Mrs. E. Kiess 1939 

5 2

 London Addresses 

5 3

 Passports, Abraham Fialko 

5 4

 Certificate of Identity (and negative): Edith Kiess Nov. 26, 1938 

5 5

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Series 4:  Notes / memos 

Box Folder

 Misc. notes and memos...1 

5 6

 Misc. notes and memos...2 

5 7

 Misc. notes and memos...3 

5 8

 Miscellaneous 

5 9

 Various notes, biographical sketch, "Mein Leben vor und nach dem 30. January 1933" Jan. 30, 1933 

2 3

 Notes from folder labeled "Biddle Library" 

2 4

 Notes from folder labeled "Morrie Plan" 

2 5

 Notes from folder labeled "Rita (?) (gen)" 

2 6

 Notes from folder labeled "World's Fair" 

2 7

 Notes from folder labeled "N.Y." 

2 8

 Notes from folder labeled "Mc Mlire / Shrine Ledger" 

2 9

 Notes from folder labeled "Protest League" 

2 15

 Notes and letters from folder labeled "Staff Off" 

2 16

 Notes from folder labeled "Printing" 

2 20

 Notes found in folder labeled "Retro" 

2 32

 Notes, including Edith Kiess' Curriculum Vitae, from folder labeled "Mail II" 

2 44

 Notes from folder labeled "German" 

2 45

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Series 5:  Photographs 

Box Folder

 Photographs 1915- 1937 

5 1

 Large photograph of woman 

2 12

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Series 6:  Newspaper clippings 

Box Folder

 Dr. jur. Kiess, Rechtsanwalt am Oberlandesgericht Jena (original folder containing newspaper clippings and notes) 1936 

3 1

 Dr. jur. Paul Kiess, Rechtsanwalt am Oberlandesgericht Jena (original folder containing newspaper clippings and notes) 1937 

3 2

 Found in folder labeled "M. R." (contains correspondence and notes) 1937 

3 3

 Newspaper clippings found in a bag labeled "Czechoslovakia" 

3 4

 Notes and documents found in a folder labeled "Family" (includes a famiy tree diagram) 1933 

3 5

 Newspaper clippings and notes found together in a folder labeled "Pol. Science" 1940 

3 6

 The New York Times article: "The Nazi Plan to Seize Latin America Reported Bared by a Franco Agent" Jan. 10, 1942 

3 7

 Aufbau article: "An Alle! Wichtige Mitteilungen fur die Leser des 'Aufbau'" Jan. 9, 1942 

3 8

 The New York Times article/photo: "Colin Kellys Has 'Rendezvous with Death'; Hero and Wife Made Plans if He Should Fall" Jan. 8, 1942 

3 9

 Philadelphia Record photo: "Vacation From Broadway" (photo of Ethel Barrymore Colt and son Samuel Colt) Jan. 7, 1942 

3 10

 The New York Times Magazine: "Leading- and Vibrant- Ladies" Jan. 4, 1942 

3 11

 The New York Times article: "Europe: Beginning a New Chapter in American History" Jan. 3, 1942 

3 12

 The New York Times article: " 'Action' Sociology Urged by Priest" Dec. 29, 1941 

3 13

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "At the 'Gai-Moulin' " by Georges Simenon Dec. 28, 1941 

3 14

 The New York Times article: "Churchill Speech Hailed in Congress" Dec. 27, 1941 

3 15

 The Nation: "Letters to the Editor" Dec. 20, 1941 

3 16

 The New York Times article: "Anniversary at Kitty Hawk" Dec. 17, 1941 

3 17

 The New York Times article "19-44 for Fighting; Rest Will Be Listed for Defense Survey of U.S. Man Power; Quick Passage is Due; Legislation for Support of Wives of Service Men is Weighed" Dec. 13, 1941 

3 18

 Newspaper article: "Irish Up for FDR" Dec. 7, 1941 

3 19

 The New York Times Magazine article: "The Mighty Mr. Low" Nov. 30, 1941 

3 20

 The New York Times article: "Nazi World Spying is Told in Manual" Nov. 27, 1941 

3 21

 Phiadelphia Daily News article: "We Know Hitler's Spies" Nov. 21, 1941 

3 22

 The New York Times advertisement put out by The Committee to Defend America: "In the Name of Common Sense We Ask You to Read This" Nov. 17, 1941 

3 23

 The New York Times article: "Winter is Taking Toll of Germans" Nov. 16, 1941 

3 24

 Newspaper article: "Klabunds 50 Geburtstag" Nov. 14, 1941 

3 25

 Aufbau article: "Der Dank vom Hause Juda?" Oct. 24, 1941 

3 26

 Manchester Guardian Weekly article: "Lord Gort's Dispatches" Oct. 24, 1941 

3 27

 The New York Times article: "Churches for Closer Ties: More Cooperation Planned for U.S.- British Episcopalians" Oct. 15, 1941 

3 28

 The New York Times Book Review "The Nazi Mentality" Sept. 21, 1941 

3 29

 The New York Times Magazine article: "The Achilles Heel of Nazi Germany" August 24, 1941 

3 30

 The New York Times article: "Aid to Crush Nazis is Urged By Black" Aug. 24, 1941 

3 31

 The New York Times article: "Miller Says Nazi Army is 'On Down Grade' with Huge Losses Marking Turning Point" Aug. 22, 1941 

3 32

 The New York Times: "Elizabeth Voices Thanks to U.S. and Says Britain's Cause is Ours" Aug. 11, 1941 

3 33

 The New York Times article: "Held in $5,000 Bail as a Fake Doctor" Aug. 8, 1941 

3 34

 Newsweek article: "Doctors to Britain?" June 23, 1941 

3 35

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "What a Break for U.S. and Britain Now the Nazis are Fighting Russia" June 23, 1941 

3 36

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "Rep. Edelstein Dies After Denouncing Attack Upon Jews" June 5, 1941 

3 37

 The New York Times Magazine article: "In Other Junes" June 1, 1941 

3 38

 Newspaper article: "____ Poverty Aid to Propaganda" May 4, 1941 

3 39

 The New York Times article: "Nazi Propaganda Rife in Colombia"  April 28, 1941 

3 40

 The New York Times article: "The Address of Viscount Halifax to the English-Speaking Union" April 16, 1941 

3 41

 The New York Times article: "Billions in Clock-Ticks" April 13, 1941 

3 42

 The New York Times article: "Chaplin is Defendant in Suit for $5,000,000" April 1, 1941 

3 43

 The Pittsburgh Post Gazette photo: "Windsors Inspect Airfield" March 29, 1941 

3 44

 The New York Times article: "Text of Wendel Willkie's Address in Toronto" March 25, 1941 

3 45

 The New York Times article: "Texts of Speeches by Churchill and Ambassador Winant to the Pilgrims" March 19, 1941 

3 46

 Newspaper article: "Fluchtlings-Arzte" March 8, 1941 

3 47

 The New York Times photo and corresponding letter to the editor: "Passing: Liberte, Egalite, Fraternite" February 21, 1941 

3 48

 The New York Times article: "An Alliance for Peace" Feb. 19, 1941 

3 49

 The New York Times article: "Nazi Plot Against U.S. Charged by Mexican" Feb. 17, 1941 

3 50

 Neue Volkszeitung article: "Die 'Funfte Kolonne' ruckt an" Feb. 15, 1941 

3 51

 The New York Times article: "First Lady's Stand Lauded by Tunney" Feb. 5, 1941 

3 52

 Newspaper article: "Europe: French Triangle a Key Piece in Hitler's War Game" Feb. 3, 1941 

3 53

 Liberty magazine article: "What Democracy Means to Me" Jan. 25, 1941 

3 54

 Liberty magazine article: "Madame Pompadour- Of Rumania" Jan. 25, 1941 

3 55

 The New York Times articles: "Research Activity Urged on Business" and "Independent Bar Held Threatened" Jan. 24, 1941 

3 56

 Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia article: "RAF Bombs Isle of Rhodes" Jan. 24, 1941 

3 57

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "Americans Favor Aid to Britain, but Not at Cost of U.S. Safety" and other articles Jan. 21, 1941 

3 58

 Philadelphia Record article: "Red Cross Aids Greek War Victims" Jan. 19, 1941 

3 59

 The New York Times article: "Villard Condition Not Serious" Jan. 19, 1941 

3 60

 The Saturday Evening Post magazine article: "Fadiman for the Millions" Jan. 11, 1941 

3 61

 Neue Volkszeitung article: "Hochschule fur Hochverrat" Jan. 4, 1941 

3 62

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "Film 'Seers' Predict Reich Will Be Starved by British" Dec. 20, 1940 

3 63

 The New York Times article: "Petain to Create Advisory Council" and other articles Dec. 16, 1940 

3 64

 The New York Times article: "Dancing New York" Dec. 15, 1940 

3 65

 The New York Times article: "Polka Ball Group Will Meet at Tea" Dec. 12, 1940 

3 66

 Neue Volkszeitung article: "Frankreichs Desatisten" Nov. 23, 1940 

3 67

 The New York Times article: "The Refugee Scholars" Nov. 17, 1940 

3 68

 Neue Volkszeitung article: "Die 'Funfte Kolonne' in Venezuela" Nov. 16, 1940 

3 69

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "War in Africa May Bring First Bid for U.S. Entry" Nov. 7, 1940 

3 70

 The Philadelphia Inquirer article: "British View Result of Elections in U.S. as 'Black for Berlin' " Nov. 7, 1940 

3 71

 The New York Times article: "Hopson on Trial; Jury is Selected" Nov. 7, 1940 

3 72

 The New York Times article: "Text of Roosevelt's Speech Asserting We Shall continue a United People" and other election news articles Nov. 5, 1940 

3 73

 The New York Times article: "Just to Scotch a Minor Smear on Wendall Willkie" Nov. 4, 1940 

3 74

 The New York Times article: "Text of Willkie's Address at the Final Rally in Madison Square Garden" and other articles Nov. 3, 1940 

3 75

 The New York Times article: "Republicans Fear 'Packing' of Rally" and other articles Nov. 3, 1940 

3 76

 The New York Times political advertisements Nov. 2, 1940 

3 77

 Newspaper article: "Roosevelt Would Invoke Pan-American Action to Keep Axis Out" Oct. 26, 1940 

3 78

 Time magazine article: "German Expressionist" Oct. 14, 1940 

3 79

 Aufbau article: "1000 Worte Amerikanisch" Oct. 4, 1940 

3 80

 The New York Times article: "Urges a Reversal of Ban on Russell" Sept. 30, 1940 

3 81

 Aufbau article: "1000 Worte Amerikanisch" Sept. 27, 1940 

3 82

 Newspaper comic: "Off the Record" by Ed Reed Aug. 28, 1940 

3 83

 The New York Times article: "Nazi Agents Bring Pressure in Brazil" June 30, 1940 

3 84

 The New York Times article: "Dr. Behrendt Pick, Coin Colector, 78" May 30, 1940 

3 85

 The New York Times advertisement: Lord and Taylor Polka Dots Collection April 21, 1940 

3 86

 The Pittsburgh Press article: "Fifty Years of Films: The Glamorous Decades When Hollywood Amazed the World with Wealth" April 12, 1940 

3 87

 The New York Times advertisement: Bonwit Teller April 4, 1940 

3 88

 The New York Times front page: "Sun-Spot Tornado Disrupts Cables, Phones, and Telegraph for 5 Hours" March 25, 1940 

3 89

 The New York Times article: "Neutrals Bitter Ober Finns' Fall" March 14, 1940 

3 90

 Newspaper article: "New York's First Subway" Feb. 27, 1940 

3 91

 The New York Times photos: "Fashions As Usual in Paris" Feb. 25, 1940 

3 92

 The New York Times article: "____ as Divining Rods; ____ Leaves Locate Minerals" Feb. 18, 1940 

3 93

 The New York Times article: " 'Divining Rod' Finds Oil Deep in Ground" Feb. 14, 1940 

3 94

 Look magazine article: "Fingernails to Fit Your Personality" Jan. 30, 1940 

3 95

 The New York Times article: "Youthful Instructor Wins Noble Award" Jan. 24, 1940 

3 96

 Various newspaper clippings relating to loans 1939 

3 97

 The New York Times article: "$784,646,938 High Set by Post Office" Dec. 31, 1939 

3 98

 Newspaper article: "In der Versenkung" Nov. 12, 1939 

3 99

 Daily Mirror article: "Peace 'Showdown' Nears: Hitler to Give Allies Terms" Oct. 2, 1939 

3 100

 Daily News photo: "Safe" photo of Prince and Princess Hubertus zu Lowenstein of Germany Sept. 29, 1939 

3 101

 New York World- Telegram front page "French Guns Blast Rhine Forts" and "Polish Official Saw His Homeland Collapse, Then Killed Himself" Sept. 26, 1939 

3 102

 Daily News article: "War in Europe at a Glance" Sept. 26, 1939 

3 103

 Newspaper article: "Exiles Pledge Fight on Hitler" Sept. 10, 1939 

3 104

 The New York Times: "Books of the Times" May 18, 1939 

3 105

 The New York Times article: "Fund for Refugees Details Its Needs" April 17, 1939 

3 106

 The New York Times article: "Soviet Contrasts are Still Marked" March 25, 1939 

3 107

 The New York Times article: "Gibbs Reports on Reich" March 5, 1939 

3 108

 The New York Times article: "Soviet Peace Aims Shun Pan-Slavism" March 5, 1939 

3 109

 The New York Times article: "New System Urged For State Prisons" Feb. 20, 1939 

3 110

 The New York Times Book Review: "A Union of the Democracies" Feb. 19, 1939 

3 111

 N.Y. Staats-Zeitung und Herold article: "Kreuz und Quer" Feb. 13, 1939 

3 112

 Newspaper article: "New York Spaziergange" Feb. 13, 1939 

3 113

 The New York Times article: "Nazi Imprint Seen in Data on Trade" Feb. 8, 1939 

3 114

 Sonntagsblatt Staats-Zeitung und Herold article: "Aus der Gesellschaft und den Frauenvereinen Gross-New Yorks" Feb. 5, 1939 

3 115

 Deutsche Freiheit front page Oct. 7, 1938 

3 116

 Le Temps article: "La Fontaine, Kipling, et Leurs Heros" July 10, 1938 

3 117

 Prager Tagblatt article: "Der Feuersturm aus dem Weltraum" June 28, 1938 

3 118

 Pariser Tageszeitung newspaper clipping March 18, 1938 

3 119

 Newspaper clippings: March 31, 1937- "Schmant und Quark"; Aug. 19, 1937- "Speisequark...Buttermilch...Joghurt"; Die Frankfurter Zeitung Aug. 20, 1937- "Frankfurter Handelsblatt" 1937 

3 120

 Newspaper article: "Was gilt vom 19. Jahrhundert?" June 30, 1937 

3 121

 Newspaper article: '"Johannes Tews" June 29, 1937 

3 122

 Newspaper article: "Der Periodische Satz" June 16, 1937 

3 123

 Die Frankfurter Zeitung article: "Gestaltende Wirtschaftwissenschaft" June 13, 1937 

3 124

 Neue Zurcher Zeitung article: "Die Giotto-Ausstellung in Florenz" May 23, 1937 

3 125

 Newspaper article: "Westlich von Kolberg..." May 16, 1937 

3 126

 Newspaper articles: "Vom Gebrauch der deutschen Sprache" and "Die Moglichkeiten und die Resultate" May 9, 1937 

3 127

 Newspaper article: "Neue Bucher: Wilhelm Tell" April 1937 

3 128

 Newspaper clipping from Neue Zurcher Zeitung April 13, 1937 

3 129

 Neue Zurcher Zeitung article: "Technik" April 7, 1937 

3 130

 Newspaper clipping from Prager Presse April 2, 1937 

3 131

 Newspaper article: "Filme in Prager Lichtspielhausern" March 28, 1937 

3 132

 Newspaper clipping from Prager Tagblatt N. 70 March 23, 1937 

3 133

 Newspaper article: "Bochumer Schauspiel" March 23, 1937 

3 134

 Newspaper article: "Ein herzliches Prosit Neujahr entbieten" Jan. 1, 1937 

3 135

 Die Frankfurter Zeitung article: "Von der Schonheit des Radreisens" Sept. 26, 1936 

3 136

 Newspaper article: "Schlagwort Liberasmus" Sept. 22, 1936 

3 137

 Newspaper article: "Nachtliches Berlin um 1910" Sept. 21, 1936 

3 138

 Newspaper clippings: Sonnstagsblatt der Basler Nachrichten June 7, 1936 

3 139

 Basler Nachrichten article: "Politik und Weiblichkeit" June 6/7, 1936 

3 140

 Deutsche Zeitung Bohemia article: "Sowiet-Russlands Belehrung zum Familienschutz-Gedanken" June 5, 1936 

3 141

 Newspaper clippings and misc. notes: Sept. 1, 1934- Geruchte um Ley"; March 21, 1937- "Das Lied vom Obersten Riego"; March 21, 1937-Der Kolnischen Zeitung 1934; 1937 

3 142

 Newspaper clipping: Die Aktion fur die Deutschen im Ausland Dec. 14, 1933 

3 143

 Newspaper article: "Danksagung" Feb. 14, 1924 

3 144

 Newspaper: Faltenburger Zeitung; Nr. 18... 40. Jahrgang Feb. 12, 1924 

3 145

 Newspaper article: "Vor 25 Jahren in der 'Staats-Zeitung' " Feb. 13, 1914 

3 146

 Newspaper article: "End of War in Spain Opens a New Struggle" 

3 147

 Newspaper article: "Argentina a Seat of Nazi Activities" 

3 148

 Newspaper article: "Toothache Alibi Saves Sufferer" 

3 149

 Newspaper article: "Press in History Debated" 

3 150

 Newspaper article: "Curb on Sabotage is Called Limited" 

3 151

 Newspaper article: "Capt. Schultze in Radio Interview, Claims He Sent Message to Churchill After Sinking Freighter in the Atlantic" 

3 152

 Newspaper article: "Von Fritsch Killed on Warsaw Front" 

3 153

 The New York Times article: "2541 Axis Ailens Now in Custody" Dec. 12 

3 154

 Various newspaper articles found clipped together from Sunday News and Daily Mirror, includes an article titled "Russia Yields U.S. Ship" 

3 155

 Untitled newspaper article; paragraph about Paderewski, a Polish exile, is underlined 

3 156

 Newspaper article: "Psychology in War" 

3 157

 The New York Times article: "Capone a Patient in Philadelphia Suburb; Police Official Says He Is a Paresis Victim" Nov. 15 

3 158

 Look magazine article: "Peggy Hopkins Joyce Says: 'These are the 10 Most Glamorous Men I Know' " 

3 159

 Newspaper photo: "Mady Christians in 'Hamlet' " 

3 160

 The New York Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer articles: "Life of Former Kaiser a Study in Absolutism, Leading to World War and Ruin" 

3 161

 Newspaper article: "Washington Merry-Go-Round" Dec. 28 

3 162

 The New York Times article: "More for Service Overseas is Shelved to Avert Fight on Extension of Army Term" July 14 

3 163

 Newspaper ad: "Precious Little Soldiers: Made for Men to Play With" 

3 164

 The New York Times article: "British Duchesses are 'Best Dressed' " 

3 165

 Newspaper ad: "Mon Cure Chez les Riches" 

3 166

 Newspaper article: "Nazi-Umtriebe in Griechenland" 

3 167

 Newspaper clipping: "Falsenburg" 

3 168

 Newspaper article: "Inland und Ausland" 

3 169

 Newspaper article: "Haus Rosbaud verklagt Frankfurt" 

3 170

 Newspaper article: "Das Happy End" 

3 171

 Newspaper article: " 'Blutregen' im alten Zurich" 

3 172

 Newspaper clipping: "Annemarie Selinko: Morgen ist alles besser" 

3 173

 Newspaper clippings: "Tante Anna" and "Warum man in Deutschland..." 

3 174

 Newspaper article: "Mozarts Leben" 

3 175

 Neue Zurcher Zeitung article: "Verwirklichung der Musik" 

3 176

 Newspaper clipping "Tante Anna" 

3 177

 Newspaper clipping: " 'Pas de deux'- Tanzstunde von einst" 

3 178

 Aufbau article: "1000 Worte Amerikanisch" 

3 179

 Newspaper articles: "Dictators Meet" and "Party Dress" 

3 180

 Newsapaper article: "Calls England Unchanging" 

3 181

 The New York Times article: "British Neighbors Unite in War Plans" Feb. 22 

3 182

 Newspaper article: "Kaiser Loses Legal Fight For Post as Magistrate" 

3 183

 Newsletter clippings from folder labeled "Missing Heirs" 

2 14

 Newspaper clippings found together in a folder labeled "In andrer Mappe" 

2 23

 Newspaper clippings from folder labeled "Nazi / ____" 

2 24

 The New York Times article: "Buttrick Advocates 'Christlike' Actions," found in folder labeled "N-P-Price" Jan. 29, 1940 

2 27

 Clippings and notes from folder labeled "Mon azoum ____" (?) 

2 30

 Newspaper clippings and notes found together in a folder 

2 38

 Newspaper clippings and notes found together in a folder 

2 39

 Newspaper clippings and other misc. notes found together in a folder 

2 41

 Various newspaper clippings and documents found together in a folder 

2 42

 Newspaper clippings found together in a folder 

2 43

 Newspaper clippings from folder labeled "War"...1 

2 46

 Newspaper clippings from folder labeled "War"...2 

2 47

 Newspaper clippings from folder labeled "War"...3 

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