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"Geschwister Oppermann" (English version) 4 tapes
Film "Goya" Script for "Goya"
Film "Goya" Lion Feuchtwanger videos & audiotapes
Videos and films From Harold von Hofe
Die großen Bayern: Geachtet und geächtet (Lion Feuchtwanger). BR 2005, 44 min. directed by Dietrich Leube (VHS)
Augenzeuge des Jahrhunderts (Heinrich Mann), Folge 5, 43:36 min., Hessischer Rundfunk
Lion Feuchtwanger, film by Alrecht Joseph, 16mm copy and video cassette. R. Pool 8mm films Index files for novels
Die Geschwister Oppermann, Teil 1, 103 Minuten, by Egon Monk, 1982
Lion Feuchtwanger, by Al Joseph (14 min)
Hiram Bigham, film taken by Hiram Bingham (28 seconds)
Ungleiches Schicksal - Thomas und Heinrich Mann im kalifornischen Exil, directed by Herbert Krill, 2007
Peter Rosen Productions: Shadows in Paradise
Jud Suess, directed by Veit Harlan, Germany 1940
Lion Feuchtwanger (Marta F. in Villa Aurora, looking at photos of L.F and his death mask), 5:37 min.
Villa Aurora - Exil im Paradies, by Lilly Engel
Harold von Hofe Interview, Part I
Harold von Hofe Interview, Part II
Goya, directed by Konrad Wolf (1971), part I (restricted access)
Goya, directed by Konrad Wolf (1971), part II (restricted access)
Feuchtwanger, directed by Donat Schober, DEFA (1984)
Jew Suess, directed by Lothar Mendes (1934), 105 min.
An Unequal Fate - The Californian Exile of Thomas and Heinrich Mann, directed by Herbert Krill (2007) 45 min.
Die Geschwister Oppermann, Teil 2, directed by Egon Monk (1982), 118 min.
Die Brüder Lautensack, part 3
Interview with Norman Lloyd about Marta Feuchtwanger, Hanns Eisler, Bertolt Brecht), October 20, 2008
Narrenweisheit oder Das Leben des Lion Feuchtwanger, directed by W. v. Sternburg, 47 min.
Alpha-Campus v. 02.10.07: Münchner Portraits, Lion Feuchtwanger Teil 1 +Teil 2, BR
"Marta Feuchtwanger + Hilde Waldo", NTSC Digital Betacam
USC Doheny Memorial Library "Feuchtwanger", NTSC Digital Betacam
Lion Feuchtwanger, by Albrecht Joseph. Digital Betacam 09-23-04
Zeugen des Jahrhunderts, part 2 of 2, 48:02 minutes, 525 NTSC Digital Betacam Master
Zeugen des Jahrhunderts, part 1 of 2, 44:36 minutes, 525 NTSC Digital Betacam Master
Feuchtwanger, DEFA Studio fuer Spielfilme, Anzahl der Akte: 3, 1285m. Akt Nr. 3, 145m. 16mm
Lion Feuchtwanger Memorial Library, Robert Cohen Productions, 16mm tape
Zeugen des Jahrhunderts, part 2 of 2, 48:02 minutes, 525 NTSC cassette 1981
Zeugen des Jahrhunderts, part 1 of 2, 44:36 minutes, 525 NTSC Cassette 1981
FBI files about Lion Feuchtwanger
Expense book (1943) Author's Guild correspondence Tax documents
Financial records Tax records 1947, 1949 Income records 1948, 1950 Taxes 1985 Insurances policies
Financial records royalties
Financial Banks Insurance
bills for library Paseo Miramar Los Angeles Times articles (1920s) taxes (1950s) FML & USC
Bills (1951-54, 55-58)
Lion Feuchtwanger's Autograph Collection
Accorombonus, Horatius. Doctoral diploma, University of Bologna, for Horatius Accorombonus von Gubbio. Confirmed by Camillus Gypsius, Notary and Vice Chancellor, December 3, 1630.
Ampère, Jean-Jacques. Letter, in his own handwriting, to a lady of the court of the grand duchess Hélenè. Paris, ca. 1850.
Angoulême, Marie Théresè, Duchess. Letter, in her own handwriting, to the Marquise de Past on the occasion of her daughter's wedding. Frohsdorf, December 7, 1835.
AntiquariansAccepts invitation for visit Athenaeum. He must consult oculist first. Second letter is regard to his vacation in Puerto Rico, Cuba, St. Thomas, Domingo.
Anzengruber, Ludwig. German poet (1839-1889)Letter, in his own handwriting. Offers his short story "Das Sündenkind" (?) to a publisher or editor (Grosser?). Vienna, May 28, 1878.
Auerbach, Berthold. German novelist (1812-1882)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Daniel Sanders concerning Swabian words. Berlin, March 21, 1864.
Auerbach, Berthold. German novelist (1812-1882)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Sanders, October 24, 1869.
Auerbach, Berthold. German novelist (1812-1882)ALs, 24 pp (9 letters) 8vo, in his own handwriting, to Daniel Sanders, from 1867 to 1882.
Bang, Herman. Danish writer (1857-1912)Four-line dedication from "an unknown person from the North" to Stella Hohenfels.
Bang, Herman. Danish writer (1857-1912)Autograph with motto, January 14, 1908.
Bang, Herman. Danish writer (1857-1912)Letter. undated.
Bartet, Jeanne-Julia Renault. French comedian To a friend asking her to prompt his performance.
Bartet, Jeanne-Julia Renault. French comedianAutographed card to friend Gaillard.
Beaumarchais, Pierre-Augustin Caron de. French playwright and man of affairs (1732-1799)Remittance of money to his book-seller. Signed in his own hand.
Beaumarchais, Pierre-Augustin Caron de. French playwright and man of affairs (1732-1799)
Holograph letter to Airain, Procureur Général in Tours. Business letter in which he disallows transfer of individuals' files of the Compagnie des Indes. Pantin, August 25, 1768.
Belasco, David. Dedication, in his own handwriting, to Clayton Hamilton, Oct. 1928.
BenaySends regret to Madame. Jan. 28, 1806.
Benesch, Eduard. German statesman (1884-1948)Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
Béranger Letter to Veneday. Passy, January 19, 1850.
Beranger, Pierre Jean de. French writer (1780-1857).
Letter in his own handwriting to a mail carrier to whom he promises aid. Le Mans, March 6, 1831.
Bernhardt, Sarah. French actress (1845-1923)Letter, 1883.
Bernhardt, Sarah. French actress (1845-1923)Letter of thanks, in own handwriting, to the painter Carolus Duran, whom she thanks for the portrait that he has made of her and is offering her.
Bernhardt, Sarah. French actress (1845-1923)Brief message, in her own handwriting, on a postcard with picture. Refuses to be named Rosine and denies that she is of German origin. To Rud. Biach. Paris, 1899.
Bernhardt, Sarah. French actress (1845-1923)Biographical information and playbill.
Biddle, George Signed lithograph "Deer" (1955), number 66 of 125 copies, exhibited "Recent Haitian paintings and lithographs," Statler Center, 900 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles.
Biedermann, Woldemar Fl. Freiherr vonHandwritten letter about newly discovered Goethe manuscripts. Niederforchheim, July 2, 1867.
Biese, AlfredLetter, in his own handwriting, to Dr. Haeberlin. Thanks for agreeing to give a lecture. Frankfurt, June 11, 1926.
Biese, AlfredPostcard, in his own handwriting, to the physician Haeberlin concerning the title of Dr. Haeberlin's lecture in the Goethe Institute (Goethe-Gesellschaft). Frankfurt, January 17, 1927.
Biese, AlfredLetter, in his own handwriting, to a scholar. Expression of thanks for a lecture given at the Society of Goethe-Friends. Frankfurt, January 31, 1927.
Biese, Alfred Obituary.
Björnson, Björnstjierne. Norwegian writer (1832-1910)Letter, in his own handwriting, in which he declines to write an article on German politics. Aulestad, August 25, 1881.
Björnson, Björnstjerne. Norwegian writer (1832-1910)Postcard, in his own handwriting, to Oskar Bie. Requests sternly that a few lines concerning a love affair of Casimir-Perier be deleted. Italy, April 1895.
Boissonade Autograph of 1670.
Bolingbroke, Henry St. John (John Bull). British stateman, Foreign Minister (1678-1757)Letter to Abbé Alary, written in French, Feb. 2, 1718.
Bonaparte, Joseph, King of Naples and Spain (elder brother of Napoleon I) (1768-1844)Letter, in his own handwriting, to his brother, the Emperor. Tells him that he will do his best to move into Madrid. Complains that his appanage had been stopped. The Emperor should assign to Josèphe's wife a milllon as payment on account for other demands of hers. He had to maintain a court, to raise a Spanish army, and to feed the French army. El Radro, January 17, 1807.
Bonaparte, Joseph, King of Naples and Spain (elder brother of Napoleon I) (1768-1844)Letter, in his own handwriting to his eight-year-old niece, Princess Letitia Murat. Friendly assurances. Sevilla, February 8, 1810.
Bonaparte, Joseph, King of Naples and Spain (elder brother of Napoleon I) (1768-1844).
Letter, signed in his own handwriting, to the Secretary of the Interior, French, concerning taxes of food merchants and restaurant proprietors. Naples, May 9, 1807.
Bonaparte, Joseph, King of Naples and Spain (elder brother of Napoleon I) (1768-1844)Order to the Secretary of the Interior of Naples. Demands that he send a list of all officials. Signed in his own handwriting, November 5, 1807.
Bonaparte, Louis. King of Netherlands (brother of Napoleon I) (1778-1846)Document for the State Councillor Moreau St. Méry. Sends him a medal on the occasion of the laying of the corner stone to the Colonne Nationale (Colonne Vendôme). Paris, July 17, 1800.
Börne, Ludwig. German writer (1786-1837)Message, in his own handwriting, to his brother, whom he informs of his address. 1835?
Börne, Ludwig. German writer (1786-1837)Brief handwritten manuscript. Commemorative speech (in French) on Jean Paul. 1835?
Börne, Ludwig: Letter to Kollhof (Paris), 1935 1935
Borah, William. American Senator (1865-1940)Statement on white and non-white people, read and corrected by Kaiser Wilhelm II.
Boufflers, Stanislaus de. French military figureLetter, in his own handwriting, to a count. Tells him that the summer vacation of a protegé of the count had been approved without any difficulty so that the count's efforts would not have been necessary. Valacinne, June 14, 1783.
Brandes, Georg Letter in his own handwriting. Expresses his willingness to revise his older edition, but only for higher remuneration. Berlin, April 26, 1880.
Brandes, Georg Handwritten postal card to Prof. Geiger. Announces a manuscript. Berlin, circa 1880.
Brandes, Geor gLetter, in his own handwriting, on shipment of a picture. Berlin, ca. 1880.
Briand, AristideFrench statesman (1862-1932). Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
BrieuxLetter, in his own handwriting, to a dramatist. Paris.
Brohan, Augustine Long letter, in own handwriting, in which she jests about her pregnancy. Maison Laffitte.
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton. English novelist (1803-1873)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Edith. Is glad about his departure from foggy England and makes some political comments.
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton. English novelist (1803-1873)A thank you and regret that scheduling did not permit the correspondent's work to be included in publication; signed in full. c. 1830.
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton. English novelist (1803-1873). Letter, in his own handwriting, to Adelheid von Stolterfork. Letter of thanks for sending her ballads and regrets that he learned too late about the planned honor of having his ballads included. Frankfurt am Main (probably in the years 1830-40).
Buonarroti, Lionardo. (Nephew, of Michelangelo)
Ex libris in own handwriting in Sophocles.
Burckhardt, Jakob Ex libris in own handwriting in the "Stage of the World."
Bürger, Gottfried August. German poet (1747-1794)Very long letter, in his own handwriting, to Elise von d. Recke. Long discussion and confessions. Göttingen, April 20, 1789.
Burton, Isabel Letter, in her own handwriting, to Heron-Allen of Oct. 7, 1886.
Burton, Sir Richard Francis. English writer (1821-1890)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Heron-Allen of Sept. 13, 1886.
Canova, Antonio. Italian artist (1757-1822)Writing in his own hand. Speaks of himself in the third person. Regrets that he can no longer give permission for the viewing of the Aeginatan sculptures since they were bought by the crownprince of Bavaria. Rome, April 18, 1819.
Caroline-Marie (Charlotte), Queen of Naples (daughter of Maria Theresia) (1752-1816)Letter, in her own handwriting, to her protege and private agent (the poet Johann Isaak von Gerning). Regrets her loss of the German language for business use. Naples, August 12, 1794.
Castelli, Ignaz. French writer (1781-1862)Long letter in own handwriting (to K.G. Th. Winkler). Reports about Grillparzer. Gives him an assignment for the composer Weber. Vienna, February 3, 1820.
Castelli, J.FrPoem, in his own handwriting, as dedication to Caroline Pichler when sending her Körner's Leyer und Schwert (Lyre and Sword).
Chamberlain, Arthur Neville. British statesman (1869-1940)Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
Chaplin, Sir Charles. English actor (1899-1975)Postcard, in his own handwriting, to Feuchtwanger. Urgent invitation, signed Charlie. With address of Oona. Vevey, April 14, 1953.
Chézy, Hermine von Letter, in her own handwriting, to Jean Paul. Overly emotional invitation. August (?) 12, 1822.
Clarien, de. And other great actors of the Théâtre Français Letter personally signed, addressed to the Directoire Executif, on the occasion of the Peace of Campo Formio, September 1797.
Condorcet, Antoine, Marquis de. French philosopher and mathematician (1743-1794)Letter, in own handwriting, to Ancillon concerning theory of probability. January 29, 1787 (Paris).
Conrad, Michael Georg Poem of October 1924, in his own handwriting.
Conrad, Michael Georg Dedication to Otto Julius Bierbaum.
Cossell, Anna Konstanze, Gräfin von (1680-1765)Letter, in her own handwriting, to Privi Councillor v. Wichmannshausen in Dresden, on monetary matters and on a certain Mr. Pohle. Stolpen, December 19, 1737.
Cox, WilliamReport on the surrender of Almedas to the French in the year 1810, in his own handwriting: Verdun, April 25, 1812.
Dahn, Felix. German laywer, historian and writer (1834-1912) Letter, in his own handwriting, to a privy council, Königsberg, March 5, 1881.
Dahn, Felix. German laywer, historian and writer (1834-1912) Card, in his own handwriting, to Excellency von Alten. Oldenburg, October 15, 1883.
Darwin, Charles. British naturalist (1809-1882) Postcard, in his own handwriting, to Dr. Otto Zacharias, Beckenham, 1878.
Darwin, Charles. British naturalist (1809-1882) Letter in own handwriting, to Karl Scherzer, Austrian Consul General in London. Darwin is pleased about Haeckel's success in Vienna. Re Darwin's opponent Virchow ... "evolution is too firmly established for any one man to shake it." (Down, Beckenham, Kent), April 1, 1878.
Darwin, Charles. British naturalist (1809-1882)Photograph & postcard with his portrait.
Daudet, Alphonse. French writer (1840-1897)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the publisher of Monde Illustre.
Daudet, Alphonse. French writer (1840-1897)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend (Desrieux). Expresses his tremendous enthusiasm about the performance in the Théâtre Porte Saint-Martin. Asks him to convey his enthusiasm to the actress. Paris.
Daudet, Alphonse. French writer (1840-1897)Four lines in response to an autograph seeker. July 14, 1892.
Dauthendey, Max. German poet (1867-1918)To the Feuilleton-Redaktion der Nationalzeitung, letter, in his own handwriting. Offers a Christmas poem. Würzburg, December 21, 1911.
Dauthendey, Max. German poet (1867-1918)"Weihnachtslied eines Heimgekehrten" ("Christmas Song of One Who Has Returned Home"). Würzburg, December 21, 1911.
David, Jacques-Louis. French painter (1748-1825)Letter in own handwriting to the father of a young painter who should compete for the prize of Dijon. Paris, November 2, 1789.
Dehmel, Richard. German poet (1836-1920)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the Editor Bondy, to whom he sends a poem; demands very high royalties. Blankenese bei Hamburg, September 14, 1908.
Dehmel, Richard. German poet (1836-1920)Copy, written in his own hand, of the poem "Zechers Nachtfeier" ("The Drinker's Nocturnal Celebration). Blankenese, Sept. 14, 1908.
Dejazet, Virginie Letter, in own handwriting, to a Director concerning theatrical matters. January 28, 1867.
Delavigne, Casimir Letter, in his own handwriting, to a young lyricist. Paris, November 16, 1842.
Delbrück, Hans. German historian (1848-1929)Dictated letter with signature in his own hand. Declares that he would not continue the discussion with Dr. Barth on general suffrage. Berlin, October 28, 1905.
Desbordes-Valmore, Marceline Letter, in her own handwriting, to a friend. Paris, Sept. 7, 1833.
Devrient, Emil. German actor. (1798-1871)
Letter, April 10, 1849.
Devrient, Emil. German actor. (1798-1871)
Letter, May 8, 1865.
Devrient, Emil. German actor. (1798-1871)
Dickens, Charles. English writer (1812-1870)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Mrs. Benzon of March 7, 1864.
Dickens, Mamie Letter, written in her own hand, to Joachim. Invitation to visit her and her father. London, June 14, 1862 (?)
Dickens, Mamie Letter, in her own handwriting, to Joachim. Sends him a late photo of her father. March 26, 1871.
Dickens, Mamie Letter, in her own handwriting, to Joseph Joachim. Describes to him how best to come to her father's house. London, June 3, 1862.
Dohm, Hedwig Dedication handwritten by her, at the age of 88, Sibille Dalmar.
Donizetti, Gaetano. Italian composer (1797-1848)To Crosmier, director del Opera (illeg.) in French, making suggestions about "Elizabeth" and their collaboration. Paris, March 3, 1848.
Drachmann, Holger. Danish poet (1846-1908)Letter to Nils Worm, Dec. 6, 1899.
Drachmann, Holger. Danish poet (1846-1908)Letter in Danish to Georg Kierkegaard, July 16, 1905.
Drachmann, Holger. Danish poet (1846-1908)Photograph.
Düntzer, Heinrich. German historian (1813-1901)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the Editor Herrig. Complains that he had not received any corrected proof, although some essays had already come out. Cologne, Oct. 16, 1849.
Düntzer, Heinrich. German historian (1813-1901)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a publisher. Offers a work, "Freundesbilder aus Goethes Leben;" stresses the value of the work to literary history. Cologne, August 13, 1853.
Düntzer, Heinrich. German historian (1813-1901)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the bookseller Hübner. Offers a work on Herder. Cologne, Sept. 22, 1858.
Dumas, Alexandre. French writer (1802-1870)Letter, in his own handwriting, to M. Bocage discussing the details of an upcoming visit, request for cigars and financial matters. Dec. 29, 1841?.
Duse, Eleonora. Italian actress (1859-1924)Letter in own handwriting to a theatre man. Explains to him she could accept him into the company only as an actor, but never as a director. Refers to a personal, not written, discussion. Messina, June 24, 1887. And a personally signed photograph.
Ebel, AlfredSigned letter saying he is about to finish his dissertation on German writer Chr. B. Naubert. Asks to see letter of hers in the Doctor's possession asks him if he has other letters. June 9, 1914.
Ebers, Georg Small poem to a friend, in his own handwriting. Egyptian desert. March 1870.
Ebers, Georg Letter, in his own handwriting, from Wiesbaden, January 18, 1889.
Einstein, Albert. German physicist (1879-1955)Printed card with postscript, in own handwriting, to Feuchtwanger, Princeton, April 5, 1954.
Engel, Eduard Card to municipal court judge Schneider. Speaks about the terms for a lecture. Bornim, Nov. 18, 1927.
Engel, Eduard Card to municipal court judge Schneider. Speaks about a lecture which he intends to give. Bornim, December 10, 1927.
Engel, Eduard Card to municipal court judge Schneider. Insists on the title for the lecture:
Engel, Eduard Letter, in his own handwriting, to Sanders. Berlin, February 4, 1891.
Esther Handwriting on parchment, Book of Esther. Seventeenth century.
Eulenberg, HerbertGerman dramatist and novelist (1876-1949). Dedication in own handwriting, a small poem for Alexander Moissi in "Alles für Geld" (Everything for Money), 1913.
Fallersleben, Hoffmann von. (August Heinrich von Hoffmann). German poet and scholar (1798-1884)Copy in his own handwriting of his translation of the poem on the oysters of Ausonius (Epistolas IX, p. 459). Bonn, 1820.
FettmilchReport concerning his having been taken prisoner. See Archbishop Joh. Schweickhardt and Count (Landgrave) Ludwig V of Hessen.
Feuchtwanger, ElkanPage from an album to a lady friend, embellished with revolutionary flags. Munich, January 12, 1849.
Fischer, Kuno. German philosopher (1824-1907)Letter in own handwriting to an artist. Looks forward to a picture of the addresse and a subsequent meeting with him in Berlin. Heidelberg, March 4, 1900 (1908?).
Flaubert, Gustave. French writer (1821-1880) Fragment of sketch of his own for a ballet.
Flaubert, Gustave. French writer (1821-1880)Letter, in own handwriting, of ca. 1860.
Fontane, Theodor. German poet and writer (1819-1898)Letter in own handwriting to Scherenberg. Asks him to bring along his poems and to recite for him the old favorite poem of the last Moorish king. Berlin, August 14, 1876.
Forster, Georg. German folklorist and son of Johann Reinhold (1754-1794)Brief prospect, in own handwriting, concerning a planned translation of Condorcet's theory of probability (Math.). Mainz, October 16, 1785.
Forster, Georg. German folklorist and son of Johann Reinhold (1754-1794) Letter, in own handwriting, to the Citoyen Mayer in Strassburg, in which he invites him for dinner, in order to introduce to him a few like-minded people, also his wife. Mainz, November 16, 1789 (Year I of the Republic).
Forster, Georg. German folklorist and son of Johann Reinhold (1754-1794).
Letter, in own handwriting, to the Publisher J.C. Spener. Kassel, August 25, 1783.
Forster, Georg. German folklorist and son of Johann Reinhold (1754-1794)Letter in own handwriting. Concerns the translation of Condorcet's Essay on Probability, of Oct. 16, 1789.
Forster, Georg. German folklorist and son of Johann Reinhold (1754-1794)Invitation, in own handwriting, in French language, to Citizen Mayer in Strasbourg, of Nov. 16, 1793.
Forster, Johann Reinhold. German folklorist, author (1729-1798)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend in London on Raspe's Münchhausen and on other books. Halle, Nov. 22, 1787.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the editor of a literary journal.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the publisher of a journal. Complains that the review of his poetic drama Les Noces corinthiennes was entrusted to such an uneducated individual.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Handwritten letter to his Cher Maître (Le Conte de Lisle), to whom he expresses his humble thanks for having viewed favorably his small philosophical book (probably Les Noces corinthiennes), circa 1876.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Papers in his own handwriting. Notes for "Les Dieux ont Soif" and other notes. Circa 1912.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Manuscript in own handwriting. On the first page a retrospective view of the war and the history of France; on the second, draft of a section for a short story. Both probably from the year 1919 or somewhat later.
France, Anatole. French author (1844-1924)Letter to a woman saying he's at home every morning and would be glad if she comes by. Paris, n.d.
Freiligrath, Ferdinand. German poet (1810-1876)Poem, in his own handwriting, "Wetterleuchten in der Pfingstnacht" ("Sheet-Lightning during the Whitsun Night"), by the very early Freiligrath, ca. 1832.
French RevolutionLetter from the County Council Bonn to the Citizen Burscheid, requesting him to remit forthwith the amounts imposed upon him in order to avoid the suspicion of ill-will. The l5th Regenmond (Rainmoon) in the third year of the French Revolution (February 3, 1794).
French Revolution Mélange de Litterature, Politique etc Manuscript written by a contemporary hand with list of contents written by W.M. Rosetti, brother of Dante.
French Revolution Broadside, City of Bonn, folio. no date, c. 1800.
Freytag, Gustav. German writer (1816-1895)Letter, in own handwriting ( to his agent?), concerning the purchase of a house. Wiesbaden, May 17, 1881.
Friedrich II (Friedrich the Great), King of Prussia (1712-1786)Letter, in his own handwriting, to his brother Heinrich. Speaks with resignation about his advanced age, about some great writers whom he knows by their reputation. Meditates about people who, despite their intellect, allow themselves to be carried away by passions. Tells an anecdote: Officers of Marshall de Broglie in reply to something he said suggested he wait until they had reached his age, then they too would have become sensible, 1784.
Friedrich Wilhelm of Brandenburg (1640-1688)The Great Elector letter, with signature, to the official church warden at Ruppin, Krueger. Orders him to take into custody the mentally confused vicar of Wildberg, Gottfried Prentzlau. Cologne on the Spree, February 20, 1682. With embossed seal.
Friedrich Wilhelm I, King of Prussia (1688-1740)Signed letter to the President von Katte of Magdeburg about von Katte's dispute with an office colleague, von Krautt. Berlin, December 29, 1723.
Friedrich Wilhelm II (1744-1797)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Voltaire. Expresses his admiration for him. Congratulates him on his newest work, which includes attacks on Holbach's System of Nature. He derives comfort from the thought that Voltaire seems to believe in immortality. Potsdam, Nov. 12, 1770.
Friedrich Wilhelm IV, King of Prussia (1840-1861)Letter, in own handwriting, with signature: F.W.R. to the Aide-de-camp Manteuffel. The King can receive visitors only on the 29th and thus he instructs Manteuffel on no account to importune him with King Leopold. Trier, June 27, 1852.
Gall Postcard from the field. 1870.
Gall Letter to a friend. July 20, 1860?
Gall Letter to a friend. 1890 (or 98).
Gallmeyer, JosephineLetter to H. Benedig, Director, in Vienna. July 2, 1876.
Gallmeyer, JosephineLetter. July 2, 1879.
Galsworthy, John. English author (1867-1933)Letter, in own handwriting, of six lines wishing addressee and group of Austrians happiness. Hampstead, London, December 6?, 1929.
Gavarni, Paul (pseudonym for Sulpice Chevalier) French graphic artist (1804-1866)Letter, in own handwriting, to his friend Duterey. Invites him to come to a meeting at which steps will be discussed to be taken on behalf of the unjustly sentenced Peytel. Paris, n.d.
Geibel, Emanuel. German poet (1815-1884)Three poems, in his own handwriting, "Die Möwe flog zu Nest" ("The Sea-gull flew to the Nest"), "In diesen Frühlingstagen" ("In These Days of Spring"), and "Ach, wer hat es nicht erfahren" ("Oh, Who Hasn't Experienced It").
Geiger, LudwigLetter, in his own handwriting, probably to Sanders. Berlin, June 21, 1888.
Genlis, Madame de. French writer (1746-1830)Letter, written in her own hand, to the Empress. Paris.
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried. German historian (1805-1871)Letter, in his own handwriting, to his publisher, Wilhelm Engelmann. Frankfurt, 1838.
Gervinus, Georg Gottfried. German historian (1805-1871)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Wilhelm Engelmann from Naples. July 15, 1838.
ALs, no date
Girardin, Emile de. Billet
Letter in own handwriting, to M. Besté in Nancy. Thanks him for relinquishing a claim and entitling him to get a newspaper. Paris, February 22, 1881.
Gleim, Johann Wilhelm Ludwig. German poet (1719-1803)A few verses, signed "Gleim" on laid paper. May 1799.
Godoy, Prince de la PaixLetter, in his own handwriting, to Germain Sarrut, the publisher of Biographies des Hommes du Jour (Biographies of Men of the Day). Paris, June 2, 1838.
Goethe, Ottilie von Handwritten ex libris in first edition of Jean Paul's Levana.
Gottsched, Johann Christoph. German scholar (1700-1766) Copy, in his own handwriting, of a brief satirical epigram by Cicero, probably for an album. Leipzig, April 18, 1755.
Gräter, Friedrich David. German publisher (1768-1830)Editor of first professional journal dealing with German literature Bragur (1791-93). Letter in own handwriting, about literature. Gotha, April 18, 1815.
Gregorovius, FerdinandLetter, in own handwriting, to an antiquarian bookseller concerning purchases of books. Munich, December 18, 1882.
Gregorovius, FerdinandLetter, in own handwriting, to an antiquarian bookseller. Sends him a catalog of books which he himself would like to dispose of. Munich, July 28, 1890.
Greif, Martin Poem, in his own handwriting. Obermais near Meran, May 1908.
Grillparzer, Franz. Austrian poet (1791-1872) Poem for a friend on the occasion of her recovery (1853), "Zwei Blüthen" ("Two Blossoms").
Grimm, Herman. German art and literary historian (1828-1901) Letter, in his own handwriting, to a female translator. Florence, March 22, 1873.
Grimm, Herman. German art and literary historian (1828-1901) Letter, in own handwriting, in which he personally guarantees payment for the Goethe-Buch, "in majorem Goethei honorem." October 14, 1880.
Grimm, Wilhelm. German folklorist (1786-1859) Announcement in Latin, in own handwriting, of his lecture in winter on Freidank's Modesty. November 6, circa 1840.
Gundolf, Friedrich. German literary historian (1880-1931) Postcard, in his own handwriting, to the bookstore Fock in Leipzig. Complains that despite having ordered a book, he never received it. Heidelberg, Nov. 6, 1926.
Gundolf, Friedrich. German literary historian (1880-1931)Postcard from the field to Prof. Witte. Refers to the professor's inquiry concerning his work on Goethe. In the field, Dec. 26, 1916.
Gundolf, Friedrich. German literary historian (1880-1931)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Will Scheller. Gives information on works by Stefan George. Berlin, October 30, 1912.
Gutzkow, Karl. German writer (1811-1878)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a publisher concerning money matters. Paris, July 13, 1857.
Gutzkow, Karl. German literary historian (1880-1931)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Dr. Franck in Vienna. April 6, 1840 Hacklaender, F.W Letter of recommendation, in his own handwriting. Stuttgart, April 1, 1869.
Haeckel, Ernst. German zoologist (1834-1919)Letter to Prof. Emilio Euratolo re Darwin and Virchow, Dec. 17, 1906.
Haeckel, Ernst. German zoologist (1834-1919)Autograph (Saying by Goethe). Jena, March 28, 1907.
Haeckel, Ernst. German zoologist (1834-1919)Photograph & illustrated postcard.
Hamerling, Robert. Austrian poet (1830-1889)Letter, in own handwriting, to an unknown person. Sends him the manuscript of a poem. Graz, July 20, 1885.
Hamp, Pierre Several dedications to M. Spingarn, in his own handwriting.
Hamsun, Knut. Norwegian author (1859-1952)Letter, in own handwriting, to a lady concerning manuscripts. August 20, 1891.
Harris, Frank. English writer (1856-1931)Long dedication to a friend, in his own handwriting. Nice, 1924.
Hastings, Warren. English head of state (1732-1818)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a Mr. Wilkins, to whom he humorously suggests when presenting him with a silver tea kettle to use the old copper kettle for anything else but for water at breakfast. Benares, 1784.
Hebbel, Christine. German actress, widow of dramatist Friedrich Hebbel Letter deploring that she has few copies of Hebbel's original manuscripts, 1892.
Heeringen, J. von (Herringen, J. von.) German general (1850-1926) Christmas letter in which he writes about the conditions at the front during WWI. December 1, 1914.
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich. German philosopher (1770-1831)A few aphorsims and mathematical equations noted down on the reverse side of a letter to him.
Heigel, Carl Theodor Letter, in own handwriting, to an editor, whom he asks about his thinking concerning a story of his, "Neues Leben " Munich, October 29, 1868.
Heine, Heinrich. German writer (1797-1856)Dedication of Heine to Victor Hugo in the First Volume of the first French edition of Reisebilder. Paris, 1834.
Henry IV, King of France (1553-1610)Letter, with signature, to Privy Counsel Courandry (advisor to the King). He wishes to be informed whether the Parliament now had finally ratified his Edicts of Nantes. Wishes to have his will executed without delay. Fontainebleau, July 2, 1609.
Herder, Johann Gottfried. German philosopher and poet (1744-1803) Brief, in own handwriting, to an office or an official in Buchholtz concerning Stola-fees. Ca. 1780.
Hessen, Ludwig V, Count (Landgrave) of Letter, signed, to a magistrate concerning the suppression of the Fettmilch rebellion in Frankfurt and the apprehension of the leader. Aschaffenburg, December 19, 1614.
Heymel, A.W Dedicatory poem, in own handwriting, to Else Countess Bethusy-Huc. October 19, 1909.
Heyne, Christian Gottlob. German archeologist (1729-1792?)
Certificate, in own handwriting, for the student of Theology August Beck from Gotha, confirming that Beck had attended his lectures. Göttingen, Sept. 24, 1789.
Heyse, Paul. German writer (1830-1914)Letter, in own handwriting, to Berthold Auerbach. Inquires what Auerbach's experiences had been with an English woman-translator. Munich, July 1, 1873.
Heyse, Paul. German writer (1830-1914) Letter, in his own handwriting. July 28, 1893.
Hipper, Admiral Franz von. German naval officer (1863-1932)Christmas wish, written in his own hand. December 3, 1916.
Hirzel, Salomon Letter, in own handwriting, to an unknown person with the Christian name Wolf, to whom he had sent a birthday present as his godfather and uncle. Leipzig, Sept. 11, 1872.
Holtzendorff, Admiral Christmas wish, written in his own hand. 1916.
Huch, Ricarda. German poet (1864-1947)Letter, in her own handwriting, to Miss Jacoby. Jena, Sept. 1, 1940.
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885) Sketches, in own handwriting, for "Torquemada."
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885)Indicipherable letter, in own handwriting, to Mr. Didier. Paris, July 1?, 1838.
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the critic Nefftzer, on that critic's review Of "Les Miserables" in Temps. Complains about the poor reviews in the rest of the French press. Hauteville, July 1, 1862.
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885)Letter, in his own handwriting. Paris, May 16, 1831. To Véron, Directeur de l'Opéra.
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885)Handwritten autograph to Jules Claretie (1877).
Hugo, Victor. French author (1802-1885)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Paul de St. Victor. He thanks this reviewer of the "Press" for his review "Travailleurs de la Mer" ("Travelers on the Sea"). Very cordial letter. Hautville House, Guernsey, March 17, 1866.
Humboldt, Alexander von. German naturalist and geologist (1769-1859)Letter, in own handwriting, to a musician Edmund Neumann. Regrets that in musical matters he had no influence with the King. The chances for a musician were excellent at the court. Berlin, Dec. 21, 1849.
Huysmans Dedication to Marius Roux in Les Soirées de Médan. Paris, 1880.
Ibsen, Henrik. Norwegian author (1828-1906)Letter, in own handwriting, to the German publisher S. Fischer, accepting offer of 9000 marks and approving attractive title page. Oslo, July 8, 1897.
Irving, Henry. English actor (1838-1905)Letter about subscription on "Fourth American Tour, 1893-94" letterhead. Sept. 25, 1893.
Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich. German philosopher (1743-1819)Letter, in own handwriting, to a stranger to whom he sends a manuscript to pass on. Gotha, November 13, 1817.
Jacobsen, Jens Peter. Danish writer (1847-1885)Handwritten note, accepting an invitation.
Jacobsen, Jens Peter. Danish writer (1847-1885)Billet, in own handwriting, without date, in which he accepts an invitation for a luncheon on Monday.
Jaeckel, ErnstLetter, in own handwriting, to a Prof. Curatulo, Italian. Refers to Darwin's letter, and explains, he would attack Virchow at the imminent conference in Berlin. Jena, December 17, 1906. Two autographed photos.
Jensen, Johannes Vilhelm. Danish writer and 1944 Nobel prize winner (1873-1950)Writes to Mr. Fischer about his travels to Germany and his invitation by PEN to be guest of honor; literary matters; signed in full. Copenhagen, April 12, 1926.
Jordan, Wilheim Letter, in his own handwriting, to a German publishing house concerning discontinuance of the business relationship. Frankfurt, September 20, 1887.
Kaiser, Georg. German dramatist (1878-1945)Letter, in own handwriting, to Otto Zerek. Regrets not to be able to come. Grunheide, Thursday (1920s?).
Kaiser, Georg. German dramatist (1878-1945)Letter to Mr. Weltmann. Thanks him for sending the January issue of Literatur. Grünheide, Monday, n.d.
Karschin, Anna Luise. German poet (1722-1791)Poem, in her own handwriting, to Councillor of the Consistory Büsching of April 16, 1785.
Karschin, Anna Luise. German poet (1722-1791)Poem, in her own handwriting, to Councillor of the Consistory Büsching. May 4, 1785.
Klesl (Khesl), Melchior. Director of Privy Council, Vienna (1553-1630)Long letter to a prelate about events in the Thirty Year's War. Rome, April 25, 1626.
Klinger, Friedrich Maximillan von. German writer (1752-1831)Long letter to a writer, in his own handwriting. Promises to intercede on his behalf with the censorship authorities. May 7, 1810?
Klopstock, Johanna Elisabeth, widowed von WinthenLetter, in own handwriting, to a unknown person. Reports about Klopstock's less than satisfactory state of health. Hamburg, October 6, ca. 1795.
Knebel, Karl Ludwig von. German poet and translator (1744-1834) Letter, in his own handwriting, to his niece Henriette. Asks her to tell Jean Paul to bequeath his cranium to posterity so that it may be revered as a sacred memorial. Jena, January 10, 1815.
Knigge, Adolf Freiherr. German writer (1751-1796)Letter, in his own handwriting, to his daughter Phillppine. Bremen, December 2, 1790.
Köchel, Ludwig Letter, in own handwriting, about first editions of texts by Haydn. Vienna, November 28, 1864.
Köchel, Ludwig Letter, in his own handwriting, to a friend concerning the librettos of Haydn. Vienna, Nov. 28, 1874.
Koress, D.F Letter, in his own handwriting, to Baron de Pfeil (?). Expression of thanks for a gift. Paris, January 2.
Lafayette, Marie-Josèphe Marquis de. French statesman (1757-1834)Letter, in own handwriting, to M. de Châteauneuf, author of a Nepos-edition. Thanks him for his interest, but has no time to answer his inquiries. La Grange, 29th Floréal (ca. 1795).
Lagerlöf, Selma. Swedish writer (1858-1940). Nobel Prize 1909Printed keepsake with photograph for her funeral. Facsimile signature. 1940.
Lamartine, Alphonse de. French poet (1790-1869)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Mrs. Schickler of June 22, 1869.
Lamormain, Wilhelm. Jesuit priest and confessor of Ferdinand II (1570-1648)Letter, handwritten in Latin, to the Bohemian Chancellor, Prince Lobkowitz. Vienna, May 29, 1627.
Landauer, Gustav. German philosopher and socialist politician (1870-1919)Letter, in own handwriting, to Mr. Gab, whose poem he'll publish. Discussion of Shaw, socialism. Hermsdorf near Berlin, October 6, 1910.
Lasalle, Ferdinand. German politician (1825-1864)Collection of newspaper clippings.
Laube, Heinrich. German writer (1806-1884)Letter, in his own handwriting, to an editor. Declines to have excerpts from his autobiography preprinted.
Laube, Heinrich. German writer (1806-1884)Letter, in his own handwriting, to an unknown politician on political intrigues. Leipzig, August 3, 1849.
Laube? Handwritten letter, Wien, Jan. 23, 1884. With letter dated March 26, 1899 from unidentifed Germanist.
Lavater, Johann Kaspar. Swiss poet, mystic, and writer on philosophy; founder of the so-called science of physiognomy (1741-1801)Souvenir pour des Voyageurs Chéris. Manuscript, Zürich July 9, 1787.
Lavater, Johann Kaspar. Swiss poet, mystic, and writer on philosophy; founder of the so-called science of physiognomy (1741-1801)List, in his own handwriting, of the "General Rules" of Physiognomy, with signature. Zürich, Nov. 9, 1796.
Lavater, Johann Kaspar. Swiss poet, mystic, and writer on philosophy; founder of the so-called science of physiognomy (1741-1801)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Belmot Erlenbach, Sept. 9, 1800.
League of NationsMenu of a Journalist-Dinner for the Minister on the occasion of the Locarno Conference. October 15, 1925. With handwritten signature of the participants: Briand, Scialoja, Stresemann, Chamberlain, Benesch, Graf Skrzynski.
Leixner, Otto vonLetter, in his own handwriting, to Schwab concerning his financial distress. Berlin, June 5, 1877.
Lenbach, Franz von. German portrait painter (1836-1904)Letter, in own handwriting, to a "patron." Writes about Bismarck, whom he is in the process of portraying for the Chancellor's Palace. Friedrichsruh, February 17, 1896.
Leopold, Prince of Bavaria (1846-1930)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Professor Max Widmann. Expresses his sympathy on the occasion of his son having been wounded. Versailles, December 14, 1870.
Lewis, Sinclair. American writer (1885-1951). Nobel Prize 1930Dedication, in own handwriting, to Dr. Tuchmann.
Lichtenberg, Georg Christoph. German writer and physicist (1742-1799)Letter, in own handwriting, to the candidate Georg Heinr. Holländer. Comments on a review of Lavater's work in the General German Library. On the visit of the Genevese geologist Jean André Deluc. Quotes an epigram by Kästner relating to it. Göttingen, Nov. 21, 1776.
Lindau, Paul. German writer (1839-1919)Denies being Jewish on S. Schottländer letterhead. Berlin, Sept. 29, 1880.
Lingg, HermannIn his own handwriting: introductory stanza of "Völkerwanderung" ("Migration of the German Tribes"). Munich, March 13, 1890.
Lissauer, ErnstAutographs in his books for the Bondys.
LocarnoAutographed printed menu of a "Déjeuner de la Presse organisé par L'Association Internationale des Journalistes ... Menu." With eight original signatures of the attending ministers at the founding of the League of Nations (Locarno-Conference) on verso, including: Briand, Scialoja, Stresemann, Chamberlain, Benesch, Count Skrzynski. October 15, 1925.
Louis XVI, King of France (1754-1793)Order to pay into the till of the Queen 244 000 Louis. Handwritten signature, countersigned by the financial administrator. Versailles, August 30, 1789.
Louis XVIII, Louis-Stanislas-Xavier, King of France (1755-1824)Certificate for an officer concerning his loyalty to the monarchy, with handwritten signature and royal seal. Turin, April 30, 1794.
Louis-Philippe, French King of Citizens (1773-1850)Signed notice to the Marquis d'Orvilliers concerning the beginning of the conference in chambers. Paris, July 18, 1831.
Louÿs, Pierre. French novelist and poet (1870-1925)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a supplier.
Louÿs, Pierre. French novelist and poet (1870-1925)Letter, in own handwriting, to Louis Loviot, whose excellent historical style he acknowledges. Inquires whether he was in the train that had an accident. Mentions the appendicitis of the daughter of a friend of his. Tamaris (Var), August 15, 1910.
Ludendorff, Erich. Prussian general, WWI (1865-1937)Letter to his biographer Otto Krack. Gives him directions how he should be pictured. Refers to the destructiveness of the Schlieffen-Plan. From the field, 1915.
Ludendorff, Erich. Prussian general, WWI (1865-1937)Declines to give a contribution. From the field, March 31, 1916.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Letter to the King of Wuerttemberg (signed in his own handwriting), whom he informs of the birth of a nephew, Munich, June 24, 1831.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Italian letter, in his own handwriting, to a mistress or a relative. Report, in the style of a diary, on his stay at a spa. Signed Ludovico, Brueckenau, 20th to 23rd of July, 1835.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Document in his own handwriting. Directs that (Frau) Privi Councillor Weiland in Mannheim be drawn before her death and not be buried in a state of apparent death. Munich, April 7, 1837.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a countess. Informs her that for the time being he was not able to do anything for her nephew (written in French). Munich, December 8, 1838.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Ten letters, in his own handwriting, to a "Beloved Caroline." Letters, very friendly with regards to contents, mostly from holiday resorts. From the period of February 5, 1841 to September 28, 1843.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)In own handwriting: letter with envelope to Freifrau von Gleichen-Russwurm, neé Schiller, of April 6, 1861.
Ludwig I, King of Bavaria (1786-1868)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a nephew whose attention he draws to a few art objects at an art dealer's in which he would be interested. Munich, June 8, 1864.
Ludwig, Otto. German poet (1813-1865)Letter, in own handwriting, to Berthold Auerbach. Informs him of the birth of a son. Dresden, January 12, 1854.
Macaulay, Thomas (Lord M. of Rothley)English politician and historian (1800-1859). Letter in his own hand. Expresses his thanks for a gift which he will consult frequently. Albany, June 1, 1839.
Mann, Thomas. German writer (1875-1955)Post card, in own handwriting, from Kandersteg. Reports that the problem of his novel would soon be solved, but that all life problems would be getting more and more difficult. June 22, 1952.
Mann, Thomas. German writer (1875-1955)Letter, in own handwriting. Talks about Narrenweisheit, America and his dangerous emotional state, about the unspeakable tactlessness of the communists and their idiotic misuse of his name; about the enthusiastic reception that antifascists find in Switzerland. Erlenbach, December 28, 1952.
Mann, Thomas. German writer (1875-1955)Letter, in own handwriting, from Erlenbach, with personal news. Speaks about, among other matters, his conversation with the Pope. Erlenbach, May 31, 1953.
Mann, Thomas. German writer (1875-1955)Letter, in own handwriting. Complains about his mesquine house. Considers moving close to the Chaplins. Complains about the poor climate. Wants to go south. Talks about the intense work on Krull. Erlenbach, December 28, 1953.
Mann, Thomas. German writer (1875-1955)Letter, in own handwriting, to Feuchtwanger concerning critique of Krull. Kilchberg, December 25, 1954.
Maret, Hugues (Hugo?) Bernard, Duke of Bassano. French Foreign Minister (and close associate of Napoleon) (1763-1839)Handwritten signature under a letter to a count whom he asks to forgive the delay in issuing a passport. Kowno, June 30, 1812.
Maria Luisa von Bourbon. Daughter of Karl IV of Spain, wife of Louis of Bourbon, of Toscana, later of ParmaLetter, in own handwriting, to a friend. Tells her about her illness, treatment with quinine, and recovery. Parma, August 6, ca. 1818.
Marie-Amélie, Queen of the FrenchLetter, in her own handwriting, on family affairs. Neuilly, July 28, 1845.
Marmontel, Jean-FrancoisAutograph-Manuscript. Evaluation of a small work "Eloge de Jean-Jacques Rousseau" ("Praise of Jean-Jacques Rousseau"). With views concerning Rousseau (1791).
Mascagni, Pietro. Italian composer (1836-1945)Seven-page letter, in own handwriting, to his wife, Lina. Enthusiastically describes to her the performance of "Cavalleria Rusticana," conducted by himself, and about the honors shown him by the King, the Queen and the public. Berlin, February 22, 1893.
Massmann, Hans Ferdinand. Germanist (1797-1874)Letter, in own handwriting, to W. Reichel, whom he asks whether the historian of literature Graff has sent him a manuscript. Berlin, November 30, 1826.
Maupassant, Guy de. French author (1850-1893)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend. Apologizes for having kept him waiting. No place, no date.
Maupassant, Guy de. French author (1850-1893)Letter, in own handwriting, to his mother. Tells her about the beautiful landscape of the spa where he is staying. Prepares a short novel, leisurely, something quite different than Bel-Ami. Informs her in detail about his health. Does not consider the spa where he is the right one for him-he did not need invigorating waters but calming, soothing treatment. He was putting on weight despite physical activity. His father was busy painting and was happy to have been congratulated by a paint supplier on possessing such a great talent. He suffers from boredom. Will soon visit his mother in Cannes. Chatel-Guyon, Saturday, probably 1886.
Maupassant, Guy de. French author (1850-1893)Dedication to Marius Roux.
Mauthner, FritzLetter of October 26, 1880 to an actress.
Maximilian I, Joseph, King of Bavaria (1756-1825)Letter, in his own handwriting, mostly in French, to a nephew, Hansjoerg. Thanks for good wishes for a wedding and controversy surrounding the event. Nymphenburg, February 22, 1823.
Meier-Graefe, JuliusAutograph of June 22, 1897.
Mérimée, Prosper. French writer (1803-1870)One-page letter, with address, directed to the sculptor David d'Angers. In the letter Mérimée transmits to David an invitation from Madame Garnett, whom he met when visiting Mary Clarke, friend of Claude Charles Fauriel, French critic, philologist and historian (1812-1882). Madame Garnett is mentioned in Stendhal's Souvenirs d'Egotisme. Sept. 27, 1828.
Meyer, Conrad Ferdinand. Swiss writer (1825-1898)Card, in own handwriting, to Otto Brahm. Congratulates him enthusiastically on having completed his Schiller-book. Kilchberg, December 6, 1891.
Meyer, Richard MLetter in his own handwriting to a colleague, in regard to literary criticism.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo. German composer (1791-1864)Letter, in own handwriting, to Gutzkow. Would like to introduce him to Alexander von Humboldt and the Minister of Education Johannes Schulze. Talks about the Cholera in Berlin. Baden-Baden, August 7, 1837.
Meyerbeer, Giacomo. German composer (1791-1864)Letter written in his own hand to an unknown person. Returns music and urgently requests the return of the piano score of the "Hugenotten" (Huguenots). Paris, Jan. 21, 1837 (to M. Mangoldt).
Meyerbeer, Giacomo. German composer (1791-1864)Letter in his own hand to M. Mangoldt. Regrets that a meeting had not come to pass; arranges a new one. Paris, ca. 1840.
Michaelis, Karin. Danish writer (1872-1950)Famous book The Dangerous Age (Women at the Age of Forty). Gave shelter to Brecht in the 1930s. Letter to Mrs. Fischer. Has problems with publisher and speaks of her friend, writer Peter Nansen. August 31, 1911.
Michaelis, Karin. Danish writer (1872-1950)Postcard (with sketch of girl) to a friend. Sends warm greetings. Dec. 1933.
Michelet, Jules. French historian (1798-1874)Note, in own handwriting. Informs Monsieur Amail that he had not found him at home and suggests a Rendez-vous (written on the reverse side of an invitation of D. Koenig, April 29, 1845.)
Molé, François René. And other great actors of the Théâtre FrançaisLetter personally signed, addressed to the Directoire Executif, on the occasion of the Peace of Campo Formio, September 1797.
Mommsen, Theodor.German historian and 1902 Nobel Prize winner (1817-1903)Four pages and two inserts-all in own handwriting-of the draft for the eighth chapter of the Roman History, Vol. I, Second Book (1853).
Monroe, James. 5th President of the United States (1758-1831)An official apology to the Marin Commission of the French Republic for infringements on the part of American captains, promises to make reparations. Paris, January 7, 1795.
Moscheles, Ignaz. Bohemian piano virtuoso, composer and teacher. Lifelong friend of Mendelssohn (1794-1870)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend, Emil X. Tells him that he had called on the editors of "Grenzboten" in order to place the article on the "Prophets." Complains scornfully about the slanderous attacks on Meyerbeer. Leipzig, January 9, 1851.
Müller, CLetter, in own handwriting, of this engraver of Weimar to Nikolaus Meyer. Writes about his Goethe-portrait, for which the poet had given him sittings. Weimar, September 15, 1817.
Müller, Gerhard FriedrichLeaflet (in Latin) in own handwriting. Addressed to a highly estimated friend. Petersburg, April 21, 1757.
Murat, Joachim. French military leader; husband of Napolean I's sister, Caroline, King of Neapel. (1767-1815)Engraved battle scene. Paris, no date.
Murger, Henri. French writer (1822-1861)Page 2 of a handwritten manuscript. It is about Maurice, a rich young man who lives an empty life of pleasure and whom his parents would like to send on a tour.
Murger, Henri. French writer (1822-1861)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a new dear friend; reminds him that he had promised him a ... March 24, 18??
Nadar. French photographerCarte Postale. A portrait of Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880). Small vintage toned photograph of the composer in fur jacket and spectacles with printed white margins, the postcard is not used, unsigned.
Nansen, Peter. Danish writer (1861-1918)
Letter to Fritz Engel. Wrote and article about Gerhart Hauptmann; Engel will have his "contribiution" in a few days, Oct. 29, 1912.
Napoleon III. Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, Emperor of France, nephew of Napoleon I (1808-1873)Billet, in his own handwriting, to the Empress. Brief, insignificant, friendly report on his health. Adds that the sister-in-law, the Duchess of Alba, had slept well.
Napoleon III. Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, Emperor of France, nephew of Napoleon I (1808-1873)Letter, in own handwriting, to the secretary of the Institute Monglave. Thanks for having been member of the Institute. If Emperor Napoleon received this title joyfully, how much more proud must have been his nephew. Arenenberg, July 17, 1835.
Napoleon III. Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, Emperor of France, nephew of Napoleon I (1808-1873)Letter in own handwriting, to the Editor of the London Times. He declines the responsibility for the Paris revolt and explains that, if he were the heart and soul of a conspiracy, he would share the danger with the others. London, Carlton House Terrace, May 17, 1839.
Napoleon III. Napoleon Louis Bonaparte, Emperor of France, nephew of Napoleon I (1808-1873)Dedication, in his own handwriting, to a Lord Stuart de Rothsay, 1839.
Naubert, Christiane BenedicteLetter, in own handwriting, to Privy Councillor Rochlitz in Leipzig. Writes about his works and about von Voss' sister. Naumburg, January 28, 1806.
Necker, Jacques. French Financial Minister; father of Mme. de Staël (1732-1804)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a group of bankers. Paris, June 5, 1789.
Nicolai, Friedrich. German writer (1733-1811)Letter, in own handwriting, on a leaf in an album. Complains about the decline in the German book trade. March 18, 1797.
Offenbach, Jacques. French opera composer (1819-1880)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend whom he invites to come to Etretat where he would surely feel encouraged to work. Etretat, August 21, 1870.
Offenbach, Jacques. French opera composer (1819-1880)Letter, in own handwriting, to a critic, who had to review one of his very latest operettas, La Fille du Tambour. Asks him to be lenient with a very young composer who had just written his one hundredth score, but, on the other hand, not to praise him too highly, or he would write his one hundred first. Paris, about 1879.
Offenbach, Jacques. French opera composer (1819-1880)Letter, in own handwriting, to a friend. Suggests they meet in a coffee house. Paris, no date.
Orth, Johann. Archduke Johann Nepomuk SalvatorLetter to his sister, Maria Luise Princess of Isenburg, on the occasion of her mother's birthday. Vienna, December (?) 19, 1882.
Otto I, King of Greece, son of Ludwig I of Bavaria (1815-1867)Handwritten draft of a letter to the literary historian Karadschitsch. Expression of thanks for two literary works. Athens, April 6, 1842.
Pacheco, NicolasWritten in his own hand: A call-up of the troops of Toledo. July 28, 1809.
Palafox, JoséLetter, in his own hand, to Dr. Playfair in Pau. Bagneres, Aug. 1, 1825.
Perrault, Charles. French writer (1628-1703)Letter, in own handwriting, in which it is stated that a financial document of a certain Collin was good, yet not signed. Paris, January 28, 1674.
Philipp IV, King of Spain (1605-1665)Long letter to the Constable de Castilla Duque de Frias, Govenor of Milan. Calls upon him to look after the welfare of an Alessandria and Torona, which had been affected to an extraordinary degree by the war. Signed "Yo el Rey," Toledo, November 5, 1639 (?). With seal and envelope.
Philipp IV, King of Spain (1605-1665)Expert opinion of the Royal Privy Councillor Arbona on litigations concerning the water supply of Tortona. Fourteen-page-long document. Milan, October 5, 1660.
Philipp IV, King of Spain (1605-1665)Privilege for the Jew Lazarus, permitting him and his family to stay on in Alessandria. Signed on the order of the King by Privi Councillor Bossa. Milan, July 15, 1664.
Picard, Louis. And other great actors of the Théâtre FrançaisLetter personally signed, addressed to the Directoire Executif, on the occasion of the Peace of Campo Formio, September 1797.
Pichegru, CharlesDocument with signature in own handwriting concerning request for payment of Baruch Cerf Beer for horses delivered. Marginal note of the military authority concerning lack of funds. Strasbourg, ca. 1798.
Pichler, Caroline. German writer (1769-1843)Letter to Mrs. Cherzy. July 24, 1839.
PichlerUnidentified manuscript biography about Pichler, 1843.
Rachel. (Rachel Vaillant?)
Quotation, presumably from Racine: Berenice, written in own handwriting.
Raucourt, Francois. And other great actors of the Théâtre FrançaisLetter personally signed, addressed to the Directoire Executif, on the occasion of the Peace of Campo Formio, September 1797.
Raupach, Ernst. German dramatist (1784-1852)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Winkler, of June 15, 1826.
Raupach, Ernst . German dramatist (1784-1852)Letter, in own handwriting, to the director how his play Tassos Tod (Tasso's Death) should be performed. Berlin, March 12, 1834.
Régnier, Henri deDedication, in his own handwriting, for Hallays.
Régnier, Henri deDedication, in his own handwriting, to André Hallay.
Reimarus, Hermann Samuel. German theologian and philosopher (1694-1768)Document in Latin, written in his own hand. Brief commentary to his son on his life and his writings. Ca. 1750.
Reimarus, Hermann Samuel. German theologian and philosopher (1694-1768)Engraving.
Renan, Erneste. French writer (1823-1892)Letter, in own handwriting, to Comtesse de Loynes. Tells her about his poor state of health; he would have himself taken to the railway station the next morning in order to go to Hyères.
Rossetti, William Michael . English art critic, Assistant Secretary to Board of Inland Revenue (1829-1919). (Brother of Dante Gabriel Rossetti)List of Contents to Mélange de Litterature etc. written by a contemporary during the French Revolution.
Rossi, Ernesto. Italian actor (1830-1896)Two biographies.
Rückert, Heinrich. (perhaps Friedrich 1788-1866)Letter, in own handwriting, to the privi-archivist Möller in Gotha, whom he asks for permission to use the archives. Jena, June 13, 1850.
Sacher-Masoch, Leopold von. German writer (1836-1895)Letter, in own handwriting, to a lady. First talks about her manuscript, then provides her with introductions. Asks her to write in such a way that his wife could not harbour any suspicion, suggests a meeting and promises her a ticket at a reduced rate. Bruck an der Mur, December 13, 1875.
Sade, Marquis de. French writer (1740-1814)Letter, in own handwriting, to the agent Lion Ainé in Arles. Complains that he had not received any cash. Does not wish to accept any drafts. Prefers to come to Arles, "in order to settle the matter." (Beginning of the nineties.)
Sainte-Beuve, Charles-Augustin. French writer (1804-1869)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Th. Carlier on literary coteries and cliques. St. Melaine, July 29, 1835.
Sand, George. French writer; pseudonym of Lucile-Aurore Dupin, baronne Dudevant (1804-1876)Letter, in own handwriting, concerning corrections of a book. Thanks the recipient for his accuracy. March 30, 1852(Enclosed a letter from Bérangers, Passy, Jan. 19, 1850, to Veneday, about the barriers between Germany and France).
Sand, George. French writer; pseudonym of Lucile-Aurore Dupin, baronne Dudevant (1804-1876)Letter, in own handwriting, to the German Republican Jakob Venedey, refers to a visit. From a stay in the country. Postmarked March 2, 18??.
Sand, George. French writer; pseudonym of Lucile-Aurore Dupin, baronne Dudevant (1804-1876)Letter, in own handwriting, to a M. Perrotin. Is very busy with renting a house. Asks for his visit. (Saturday) 1850.
Sand, George. French writer; pseudonym of Lucile-Aurore Dupin, baronne Dudevant (1804-1876)Letter, in her own handwriting, to Cherubini.
Sardou, Lucien. French novelist (1831-1908)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a friend. Invitation to a visit. Paris, ca. 1880.
Sardou, Lucien. French novelist (1831-1908)Notes, in his own handwriting, on his play "Gismonda" with many corrections (21 pages). Paris, 1894.
Sardou, Lucien. French novelist (1831-1908)Typed notes after the original manuscript "Gismonda" by Victorien Sardou (7 pages).
Sardou, VictorienLetter, in his own handwriting, to M. Cléry in Paris.
Schack, Adolf Friedrich, Graf von. German translator and poet (1815-1894)Letter, in his own handwriting, to an Excellency to whom he obsequiously sends his poems. Munich, January 12, 1867.
Schack, Adolf Friedrich, Graf von. German translator and poet (1815-1894)Letter, in his own handwriting, on his stay in Italy, to a friend. Naples, February 5, 1891.
Schäfer, Dietrich. German historian (1845-1929)Warns against socialism. Oct. 15, 1922.
Scherer, WilhelmLetter in own handwriting. Thanks him for something sent to the library. Strasburg, July 6, 1876.
Scherer, WilhelmLetter to Prof. Holland, in own handwriting. Tells a colleague about an autograph of Bauernfeld somewhat soiled by the author himself. Strasburg, July 18, 1876.
Scherer, WilhelmHandwritten card to Professor Holland in Tübingen, whose wishes for the New Year he warmly reciprocates. Strasburg, January 1, 1877.
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, von. German literary critic and linguist (1767-1845). Letter, in his own handwriting, to an unknown individual. He has talked in detail with General von Müffling about the works of this unknown individual, and the general gave him the best promises. (Monday morning)
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, von. German literary critic and linguist (1767-1845)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Privy Councillor Schulze. Invites him to his lectures. Friday, May 18.
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, von. German literary critic and linguist (1767-1845)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a "beautiful friend" by the name of Charlotte. Full of facetious literary gallantries. Signed "Your devoted A.W. von Schlegel." Bonn, October 31, 1842.
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, von. German literary critic and linguist (1767-1845)Detailed letter, in own handwriting, to a privy Councillor, presumably Heyne in Göttingen. Thanks him for the kind acceptance of his Shakespeare. Asks him to draw the public's attention to this Shakeapeare. Speaks about Lenz and his brother Friedrich. Relates that Humboldt discovered an unknown Codex of Pindar and that he was metrically translating Agamemnon of Aeschylus, "a difficult undertaking" which, however, seemed to have turned out well! Jena, September 20, 1797.
Schlegel, August Wilhelm, von. German literary critic and linguist (1767-1845)Engraving.
Schlegel, Friedrich von. German poet and philosopher; brother of August Wilhelm v. Schlegel (1772-1829)Letter, in his own handwriting. December 26, 1797.
Schliemann, Heinrich. German archeologist (1822-1890)Letter, in own handwriting, to Mr. Ouvry, whom he thanks for congratulating him on the birth of the little Agamemnon. London, April 7, 1878.
Schliemann, Heinrich. German archeologist (1822-1890)Letter, in own handwriting, to Prof. Pyrne. Thanks him for his New Year's wishes. Was overworked and had a vacation on St. Thomas, San Domingo and Cuba. Athens, April 4, 1886.
Schliemann, Heinrich. German archeologist (1822-1890)Misc. newspaper articles and illustrations.
??Schliemann, Heinrich. German archeologist (1822-1890)Letter to Mr. Dewey, President of Association of ??
Schmidt, Erich. German literary historian. (1853-1913)Brief letter, in his own handwriting, to an editor. Must decline to have a manuscript published, since it already appears elsewhere. Ca. 1885.
Schmidt, Erich. German literary historian. (1853-1913)Letter in own handwriting to a nonprominent person whom he sends a small Lessing item and to whom, he promises an autograph of Wilhelm Grimm. Berlin, February 10, 1889.
Schmidt, Erich. German literary historian, founder of the Positivist School. Director of the Goethe Archive in Weimar (1853-1913)Manuscript of his Kleist edition with all introductions and notes. Ca. 1900.
Schmidt, Erich. German literary historian. (1853-1913)Letter, in own handwriting. Praises a book of that person. Berlin, December (?) 24, 1909.
Schopenhauer, Arthur. German philosopher (1788-1860)Ex libris in his own handwriting in Bacon's Opera Omnia.
Schopenhauer, Johanna. German writer and mother of Arthur Schopenhauer (1766-1838)
Letter, in own handwriting to a Mr. Winder. Asks him to content himself with an I.O.U. with her signature, because she would only reluctantly impose upon Herrn V.G. It would be unlikely for her to die by Christmas, and if she were to, her daughter, of age, would certainly respect her mother's signature. Weimar, July 31, 1822.
Schröder, SophieLetter in own handwriting to a lady friend to whom she sends playbills. February 5, 1862.
Schubart, Christian Friedrich Daniel. German writer and musician (1739-1791)Four verses on Klopstock's "Messias", signed.
Schweickhardt, Archbishop Johann. Elector Archbishop of Mainz, Erfurt and CologneLetter with signature to a magistrate concerning the suppression of the Fettmilchrebellion in Frankfurt and the imprisonment of the leader. Co-signed by, Landgrave Ludwig of Hessen. Aschaffenburg, December 19, 1614.
Scialoja, Vittorio . Italian statesman (1856-1933)Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
Scott, Walter Sir. Scottish poet (1771-1832)Letter in own handwriting to a politician concerning the date of a celebration to be given (26 August 1822).
Scribe, Augustin-Eugène. French dramatist (1791-1861)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Mme Dorus-Gras. Paris, ca. 1830.
Siddons, Sarah (née Kemble). English tragic actress (1755-1831). Actress at Drury Lane, Covent Gardens, LondonRegrets that she is ill and not "up to the business of the night." Signed in full with engraved portrait.
Sinclair, Upton. American writer (1878-1968)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Feuchtwanger on Tis Folly to Be Wise and the French Revolution. Monrovia, CA., May 7, 1953.
Sinclair, Upton. American writer (1878-1968)Letter, signed in his own hand, to Lion Feuchtwanger. Monrovia, California, March 1953.
Skrzynski, Count A. Polish statesman (1882-1931)Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
"Description of Bilboa and Other Towns in Spain." Ca. 1800.
"Observations relating to the Declaration of Spain." January 22, 1771.
Spielhagen, Friedrich. German writer (1829-1911).
Letter, in his own handwriting, to Auerbach. Berlin, May 23, 1883.
Stark, AlfredALs 1882.
Strauss, Richard. German composer (1864-1949)Autographed postcard to the music reviewer Paul Zschorlich. Tells him that the program for "Heldenleben" was finished before the composition. Regrets that the addressee had to endure the immature prattle of Dr. Urban. Charlottenburg, February 21, 1902.
Strauss, Richard. German composer (1864-1949)Dedication, in his own handwriting, to the publisher Bruno Cassirer. Vienna, March 10, 1921.
Stresemann, Gustav. German statesman (1878-1929). Nobel Peace Prize 1926Signature on a menu. Locarno, October 15, 1925.
Strindberg, August. Swedish writer (1849-1912)Letter, in his own handwriting, obviously to a chaser of autographs. Stresses that he is a Swede, not Norwegian, and that he had never been asked for an autograph before. Lund, Sweden, July 16, 1898.
Strindberg, August. Swedish writer (1849-1912)Letter in own handwriting to Carl Strecker. Thanks him for a book about Renan, of whose works he admits to have not read any. Stockholm, November 30, 1903.
Mars, Anne-FrancoiseLetter in own handwriting about sales and business matters. To the physician Braillard in Versaille.
Suarès, AndréDedication, in his own hand, to Ed. Champion, April 14, 1916.
Suenzheim, LoewLetter, with signature, to the Emperor Karl VI. Dunning letter concerning the advanced 20 000 Gulden (florins), so that he could continue to extend loans.
Talma, François JosephLetter, in his own handwriting, to a Count whom he asks for a talk. Paris, April 13, 1820.
Tarkington, Booth. American novelist (1868-1946)Letter, in his own handwriting, to his sister with a summary of the contents of Monsieur Beaucaire.
Théâtre FrançaisPersonal signatures of the great French actors of the Théâtre Français, among them François René Molé, de Clarien François Raucourt, Louis B. Picard under letter to the Directoire Executif de la Republique Française on the occasion of the Peace of Campo Formio. September 1797.
Thiers, Adolphe. (1797-1877). French historian and first President of the French Republic (1871-73)An invitation to a friend. No date.
Tieck, Ludwig. German writer (1773-1853)Long letter, in his own handwriting, to his publisher Max in Breslau on publishing matters. Makes fun of the publisher's references to Victoria Acarombona. Dresden, July 6, 1837.
Tischbein, Johann Heinrich Wilhelm. German painter (1751-1829)27 lines with three sketches of a ram's skull and horns at the bottom of the sheet.
Treitschke, Heinrich von. German historian (1834-1896)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Hans Delbrueck. September 28, 1884.
Tronchin, ThLetter, in his own handwriting, to Mme Charcot neé Achard. Medical advice for her daughter. Geneva, August 26, 1758.
Vaillant, Jean-Baptiste, Marshal of FranceBriefly informs a friend, Paul, that he suffered some distress in bed.
Vollmoeller, KarlDedication, in his own hand, for Kommer. Bern, November 12, 1917.
Voß, Johann Heinrich. German poet and translator of the classics (1751-1826)Letter, in own handwriting, to a lady, chiefly concerning the translation of Byron which he had agreed to undertake, to please Goethe. Heidelberg, February 18, 1822.
Voß, Johann Heinrich. German poet and translator of the classics (1751-1826) Letter, in his own handwriting, to Bürger on his poems and translations. Kutin, June 1, 1789.
Voß, Johann Heinrich. German poet and translator of the classics (1751-1826) Letter, in his own handwriting, to his publisher on the translation.
Voß, Johann Heinrich. German poet and translator of the classics (1751-1826)Letter to Wieland, Kutin, June 12, 1788. Detailed letter on his translation.
Voß, Johann Heinrich. German poet and translator of the classics (1751-1826) Detailed letter to Meisner concerning "Die Odüssee." Otterndorf, November 5, 1781.
Vulpius, Christian August. German writer (1762-1827)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the Privy Councillor Nikolaus Meyer concerning drawings which someone in Erfurt would sell at a good price. Welmar, Nov. 3, 1801.
Vulpius, Christian August. German writer (1762-1827)Letter, in his own handwriting, to the Privy Councillor Nikolaus Meyer. Much gossip on political, literary and personal things. Weimar, Aug. 20, 1802.
Vulpius, Christian August. German writer (1762-1827)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Privy Councillor Nikolaus Meyer. Much gossip. "Nova from Weimar." Weimar, September 29, 1802.
Vulpius, Christian August. German writer (1762-1827)Letter, in his own handwriting, to Privy Councillor Winkler. Sends him a poem, "Der Traum" ("The Dream"). Weimar, Dec. 3, 1806.
Waagen (Waager?), Gustav FriedrichLetter, in own handwriting, concerning art historian and museum matters. Berlin, September 19, 1861 (1865?).
Wachler, LudwigTitle page, introduction, and table of contents, in his own handwriting, of his Handbook of the History of Old Literature, 1821.
Wachler, LudwigLetter to a friend. Offers above all a work of his friend Passow on gymnastics. Breslau, Jan. 31, 1818.
Wagner, Cosima (1837-1930)Letter, in own handwriting. Lets it be known that her husband does not give autographs anymore. Bayreuth, September 10, 1876.
Walpurgis, Maria Antonia. Electress of Saxony (1724-1780)Leaf from a Book of Expenses, with own handwriting: "To the converted Jewess Corassin....2 Thaler." Dresden, March 31, 1768.
Wilde, Oscar. English writer (1854-1900)Letter, written in his own hand (in pencil), to Heron-Allen. Humorous letter with expression of thanks for tickets for a lecture. London, Chelsea, 1886.
Wilde, Oscar. English writer (1854-1900)Pen sketch of Wilde by Kornman, ca. 1880.
Wildenbruch, Ernst von. German playwright (1845-1909).
In his own handwriting, prolog for a Shakespeare celebration.
Wilhelm II, Kaiser of Germany (1859-1941)Patent for the Legislation-Councillor Johann Hermann von Rath Sassnitz, on board of my yacht. Hohenzollern, July 28, 1895.
Wilhelm II, Kaiser of Germany (1859-1941)A typed statement delivered to U.S. Senator Borah of the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, signed with minor textual corrections by Wilhelm regarding the issue of equality of the races, ca. 1914.
Wilhelm II, Kaiser of Germany (1859-1941)Dedication-Autograph. Doorn, November 28, 1921.
Wolzogen, Alfred von Mozart's Don Juan, libretto - newly translated by Wolzogen and Wendling. Manuscript with corrections by Wolzogen himself, in his own handwriting.
Wolzogen, Ernst von. German novelist (1855-1934) Dedication, in his own handwriting (1913), in Views and Prospects.
Zeller, Eduard. German philosopher and theologian (1814-1908) Letter, in his own handwriting, to wife of Privy Councillor Bruns, from Berlin, February 10, 1883.
Zeller, Eduard. German philosopher and theologian (1814-1908) Photograph.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902)Letter, in his own handwriting, Maudon, April 24, 1881.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902)Letter, in his own handwriting, to a colleague. Declares that he gladly accepts his dedication, but that he would not derive any advantage from it, since he had few friends. Médan, Aug. 27, 1882.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902)Calling card with brief expression of thanks, in his own handwriting.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902) Dedication, in his own handwriting, to Alphonse Daudet.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902)Letter in own handwriting to a writer. Requests that "the bearer" be handed a copy of the booklet the addressee had just published. Mentions two discussions whlch he had just published. Paris, August 30, 1865.
Zola, Émile. French author (1840-1902)Letter to Vaughan, wants to meet him at the "Aurore," will bring latest article on the affair "..." Dec. 20, 1900.
Zumalacarregni, General. French general Order of the day. Italy, January 18, 1834.
Zumalacarregni, General. French general. Two documents.
Lion Feuchtwanger anniversaries
Lion Feuchtwanger's birthday & deathday memorials
FML- scrapbook on Lion Feuchtwanger -author unknown, pages 14-28
50th Birthday- letters 1934
50th birthday -telegrams 1934
LF's 50th birthday 1934
50 Geburtstag 1934
LF- 50th birthday- Die Sammlung (Juli 1934)
Roth, Joseph- Lion Feuchtwanger zum 50. Geburtstag 1934
LF's 50th birthday 1934
LF's 50th birthday, Klaus Mann -Sammlung. LF's 60th birthday, Berthold Viertel- Austro-American Tribune 1934, 1944
Uber LF zun 60. Geburtstag von Berthold Viertel (July 1944) 1944
60. Geburtstag (Siehe Albums) 1944
1944 Birthday book thank yous 1944
Contributors to Birthday book for LF (60th Anniversary 1944)
Thank you for birthday book contribution 1944
"Zu LF's Sechzigsten Geburtstag" July 1944, Austro-American Tribune, Berthold Viertel 1944
60th birthday - Ludwig Marcuse article 1944
1944- 60th birthday telegrams 1944
Tribute to LF o his 60th birthday (1944) 1944
Ben-Chorin, Schalom- LF's 60th birthday 1944
65th birthday, Ost und West, Juni 1949
LF 65th birthday (July 1949)
Birthday greetings 1949
65. Geburtstag 1949
Lf's 65th birthday 1949
Cultural Echo - Kultur Echo, 1962 No. 1 , LF zum 70. Geburtstag -von Thomas Mann / Gedenkrede fuer Thomas Mann -von LF 1962
70th birthday- Articles 1954
70th Birthday correspondence A-B 1954
70th Birthday correspondence C-G 1954
70th birthday correspondence H-L 1954
70th birthday correspondence M-R 1954
70th birthday correspondence S-Z 1954
70th Birthday- Aufbau, July 1954 1954
Morgenfeier LF 70th birthday- Deutsches National Theater Weimar (poster) 1954
Grosshut, F. S. Re- LF's 70th birthday, Jüdische Wochenschau, July 6 1945 1954
Mann, Thomas Re- LF's 70th birthday, Aufbau (July 2,1954) 1954
Mann, Thomas - Re 70th birthday, Die Weltwoche (2 July, 1954 1954
Werner, Alfred Re- LF's 70th birthday, Reconstruction (April 23, 1954) 1954
"Goya in Wall street: für Lion Feuchtwanger zum 70. geburtstag" (1954) 1954
Mann, Heinrich- LF 70. Geburtstag 1954
Honorary "Doktor der Rechtswissenschaft" for 70th birthday" in Box A14 1954
Lf's 70th birthday- LF thanks Aufbau. Juli/ August 1954 Bienenstock 1954
Lukacs, Georg: Wendung zum Folk, Lion Feuchtwanger zum 70. Geburtstag 1954 1954
Lion Feuchtwanger zum 70. Geburtstag- bt T. Mann, Cultural Echo No.1 1962 1962
RE- LF's 70th birthday (articles)originals I 1954
RE- LF's 70th birthday (articles) originals II 1954
LF's 70th birthday articles (photocopies) I 1954
LF's 70th birthday articles (photocopies) II 1954
73. Geburtstag 1957
LF 74. Geburtstag, 7 Juli 1958 1958
75th Anniversary of LF's birth July 1959 1959
LF's 75th birthday 1958
75th anniversary of LF's birth -memoriam 1958
75th anniversary - Readings 1958
75th (anniversary) July 15, 1958 Hebrew Unio College (Temple Israel of Hollywood) 1958
Memorial to LF's 75th birthday anniversary (July) 1958 1958
"Lion Feuchtwanger, personal reminiscenses" July 20, 1959- Doheny Library 1959
July 1959 Memorial
Honorary Doctorate- Hebrew Union College- Oct. 23 1959
LF's 80th birthday- Words by Alfred Kantorowicz 1964
LF's 80th birthday correspondence 1964
80th birthday articles 1964
LF 80. Geburtstag - 7 Juli 1964
LF Memorial (80th birthday) Unitarian Church, June 21 1964
LF 80th birthday - Honored by Literary Group 1964
80th birthday commemoration 1964
LF Ehrungen z. 85. Geburtstag 1969
USC Friends of the Library zu LF 90. Geburtstag 1974
LF 90. Geburtstag 1974
100th birthday anniversary (LF) 1984
USC friends of the library + USC dept. of German, zu LFs 90. Geburtstag on Oct. 20 1974
Dahlke, Hans- Das Zeugnis des Erfolgs- Nachtrag z. 90. Geburtstag LFs 1974
To Lion Feuchtwanger's 90th birthday 'Neue Deutschland' July 7 1974
LF- 90 Geburtstag 1974
90th Anniversary of LF's birth 1974
LF Honored at USC, Oct. 22 1974
Trojan Family, Oct. 1974 (90th birthday)
LF to his 95th birthday by Prof Anneliese 1979
Lion Feuchtwanger Gedenkfeier, March 1960
Lion Feuchtwanger und seine Zeit, 6 Juli 1984 /Städtliches Lion-Feuchtwanger Gymnasium 1984
Feuchtwanger Centenial Celebration, March 25, USC 1984
Weinrich, Harold. Dichter ohne Aura: Zum hundertsten Geburtstag von Lion Feuchtwanger, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (7.7.1984)
Lion Feuchtwanger 100. Geburtstag - Fischer Verlag advert 1984
Feuchtwanger Today- Thoughts and reflections on his 100th birthday 1984
LF 100, Brief vom Präsidenten der Bundesrepublik 1984
Tribute to LF on his 100th birthday 1984
German press clippings - LF's 100th birthday 1984
Feuchtwanger Today- Thoughts and reflections on his 100th birthday- texts 1984
F.I. for E. S. commemorates L.F. Sunday, March 25, 1984- program materials 1984
Lf's 100th birthday (March 25, 1984) -Program materials (including script in English and German) 1984
LF's 100th birthday celebration (March 25, 1984)
Remembering Feuchtwanger- Special program honors 100th birthday of german historical novelist whose legacy was linked to USC. by Peter Sullivan. USC Transcript. March 1984
100th birthday 1984
LF: Erfolg- Reissue at occasion of LF's 100th anniversary: Exhibition in Munich 1984
LF's 100th Geburtstag, Vortrage on Walter Huder + Friedr. Knilli (Publica Verlagsgesellschaft. Berlin, 1985)
LF's 100th Birthday, part I 1984
LF's 100th birthday, part II 1984
LF's 100. Geburtstag pt III 1984
L.F. Gymnasium, at the occasion of LF's 100th anniversary 1984
LF zum 100. Geburtstag, articles 1984
LF z. 100 Geburtstag, DDR- v. Hofe, Bienenstock 1984
Feuchtwanger 100th celebration: Letter of appreciation to Harold von Hofe 1984
LF 100. Geburtstag, Zeitungsausschnitte 1984
"Feuchtwanger Today- Thoughts and reflections on his 100th Birthday" 1984
"Feuchtwanger Today..." Bound copy 1984
Lion Feuchtwanger- 100. Geburtstag brochure- Fischer Verlag 1984
Oskar Maria GRAF: 90. Lion Feuchtwanger: 100. Geburtstag- Bibliographie 1984
Lion Feuchtwanger to his 100th anniversary 1984
Lion Feuchtwanger to his 100th anniversary, Review of 4 biographies 1984
LF's 100th birthday- Heinz Saueressig 1984
MF Woerte zur Einweihung des Lion Feuchtwanger Gymnasium in München 1984
LF's 100th Birthday, S. Fischer Publication 1984
LF's 100th Birthday- Ben-Chorin, Shalom 1984
LF 100. Geburtstag- Schwimbad 1984
Zehnter Todestag LF (1968) 1968
LF Memorial -20th anniversary of his death, USC Nov. 12 1978
20th Anniversary of LF's death, program at USC 1978
20th Anniversary Program, LF's death. Nov. 12, 1978 USC 1978
F.I. for E.S. Celebration, Nov. 12, 1978 (Letters, press clippings, program) Honoring LF's memory 20-year anniversary of his death 1978
Photos- LF Feier z. 20. Todestag, LF Institut z. Exilforschung- USC, November 1978
Über LF- z. 20. Todestag, RADDATZ, Fritz M. Die Zeit, Hamburg 1978
LF 20th Anniversary 1978
LF Memorial, Nov. 12, 1978, Dankbriefe 1978
LF 25. Todestag 1983
"Feuchtwanger Today..." Bound copy No. II 1984
"Feuchtwanger Today..." Bound copy No. III 1984
Invitation, RSVP, Parking Pass: USC commemorates LF+ Institute for exile studies 1978
Flyer: USC commemoration of LF (100th birthday) 1984
Program: USC commemoration of LF, 100th birthday
Notes for USC commemorates LF, 100th birthday (1984)- program 1984
50th anniversary of LF's death (2008) & 125th anniversary of LF's birthday (2009), programs 2008-2009
3 sat Magazin Lion Feuchtwanger-Der zeitlose Chronist
Three set TV program about Lion Feuchtwanger
Captions exhibition FML tour, Sept. 10 2008
Feuchtwanger editions Aufbau brochure
A personal evening with Lion Feuchtwanger, Nov. 14 2008
Photos: A personal evening with Lion Feuchtwanger Nov. 14 2008, Villa Aurora, photos by Lenora Flores
Stadt. Lion-Feuchtwanger-Gymnasium Munchen "Die Welt erklaren heisst die Welt verandern" Lion Feuchtwanger zum 50. Todestag
SWR 2 Forum: Wo ist Lion Feuchtwanger? Eine Positionsbestimmung zum 50. Todestag des Schriftstellers Sendung von 12/19/2008 DVD
Oswald Burger: Lesung Margerete Maultasch, 6. WortMenue, Überlingen 4/17-1/5/2009
125 Birthday of Lion Feuchtwanger, USC Libraries
re: publication, USC Libraries, Against the Eternal Yesterday- essays commemorating Lion Feuchtwanger
Lion Feuchtwanger und die Villa Aurora, Ein Portrait
Celebrating Lion Feuchtwanger, Sept. 16, 2009
Feuchtwanger Today - Event Series 2008
50th Birthday greetings 1934
60th Birthday book July 1944
70th Birthday book 1954
Lion Feuchtwanger centennial brochures Lion Feuchtwanger centennial program and organizational notes
Etching of Lion Feuchtwanger (1981) by Sundt-Peters (?) presented to Marta Feuchtwanger in 1983 by Film-Fernseh Produktionsgruppe Trebitsch, Hamburg, in honor of the filming of "Die Geschwister Oppermann."
Oilpainting by Wilhem Thony
About other Exiles
Strangers in Paradise, Tom Tugend, Oct. 6-12, 1995 1995
Lawrence Weschler: From Hitler to Hollywood
Auf den Spuren deutschjudischer Architekten
Art as Propaganda
Aupassung, Abschottung, Widerstand: Die Schweizer Germanistik und der Nationalsozialsimus
Dorotheenstaditischer Friedhof, listing of those buried there
Divese Artikel: Exiles in general
Andreas-Salome, Lou: Femme fatale und Selbstverwirklichung
Arendt, Hannah "Hanna Arendt's Fluchtweg: zu Lissaben-Christina Teixeria"
Becher, Ulrich: Der Rosenkavalier, Okt. 1947
Bedford, Sybille, "The sphinx of Sanary" The Spectator 2001
Benjamin, Walter: In the Footsteps of Walter Benjamin; Harvard Divinity Bulletin, 2006
Bennett, Arnold- biography by Margaret Drabble
Bermann Fischer, Gottfried
Hochfeild, Block: Hochfell
Borgese, Elisabeth: Obituary
"Hermann Broch and Antoinette von Kahler: Friendship, correspondence, poetry" by Jeffery B. Berlin
Brecht, Bertholt: B.B. der "brennende Mensch"
Brecht, Bertholt: "Brecht in the USA", LA Weekly 2003
Brecht, Bertholt: Theater Review, LA Times 2004
Brecht, Bertholt: Ein fahiger Schauspieler-Begegnung mit Adolf Hitler
Brecht, Bertholt: Berliner Ensemble- Last Act, New Yorker, July 1999
Brecht, Bertholt: "Playwright or plagiarist?" The Times 1994
Brecht, Bertholt: re: "Hangmen Also Die!" Los Angeles Times 1995
Brecht, Bertholt: Play about Brecht, "The Farewell" by Jan Schotte
Brecht, Bertholt: "Die Mass nahme- Measures Taken", review in the New York Times
Brecht, Bertholt: review of "Werke/War Primer"
Brecht, Bertholt: biography review
Brecht, Bertholt: 100 geburstag; Suhrkamp brochure
"Brecht on Brecht" play review
Brecht, Betholt: Testimony before HUAC 1947 1947
West Coast Brecht Centennial Festival, Feb. 5-10, 1998 1998
Fuegi, John "Brecht and Co." review by Will Winkler
Brecht, Bertholt: Duchese of Malfi; Theatre of Note, August 1998
Brecht, Bertholt: Misc. centennial programs
Brecht, Bertholt: Schweyk im 2. Weltkrieg. Music von Hanns Eisler. Urauffeuhrung in Warschau, 1957
Brecht, Bertholt: 10th Symposium of the International Brecht Society; May 1998 1998
Brecht, Bertholt: biography by John Fuegi review
Brecht, Bertholt: re: Galileo production at Coronet Theater
Brecht, Bertholt: Brecht Buddistish, N22 1997 1997
Mein Brecht. "Dem Rauber, dem Spotler Berthold Brecht zum Hundersten" by Fritz Raddatz
Endlich. Bertholt Brechts Briefe aus der letzten Lobsjahren..
Brecht and the Film Industry (on The Threepenny Opera film and Hangmen Also Die) by Ben Brewster
Houseman, John. The 1940's exile of Bertholt Brecht...in Southern California
Brecht, Bertholt: Interview with Eric Bentley Robert Hupp about B. Brecht
Brecht, Bertholt: Das Tafelklavier
Brecht, Bertholt: "Erich Mielke und des Dichters Herzschlag", Der Tagespiegel, August 2006 2006
Brecht, Bertholt: "Hai Noon in Berlin", Der Tagesspiegel, August, 2006 2006
Brecht, Bertholt: Zum Tod von Stefen Brecht
Brecht, Bertholt: "Rabenschwarzer Undank des Bert Brecht", die Welt 9/12/2008
Brecht, Bertholt: "Text+kritik" Sonderband 2006 2006
Castelnovo-Tedesco, Lorezo; obituary
Max Dauthendey auf Java
Chaplin, Charlie: Excerpts from "Tramp" by Joyce Milton
Chaplin, Charlie: New Yorker
Deutsches Exilarchiv-Deutsche Bibliothek
Dietrich, Marlene: "Madonna meines Blutes", Der Spiegel 2001
Dietrich, Marlene: Newsletter
Doblin, Alfred: "Bitter Ironies", TLS
Doblin, Alfred: Das ich über der Natur
Doblin, Alfred: Harold von Hofe; The German Quarterly, Jan. 1944 1944
Doblin, Alfred: "Manas" by Oskar Loerke; 3/24/27 1927
Doblin, Alfred: "Manas"
Doblin, Alfred: Alfred Doblin gibt Antwort
Doblin, Alfred: Publisher's advertisement for "Manas" S. Fischer Verlag
Doblin, Alfred: "Die 10 gebote Alfred Doblins"
Esslin, Martin; Obituary, 2002
Eisler, Hanns: Hanns Eisler Gesamtausgabe Broscure
Eisler, Haans: Rockwell, John "Call Him What You Will"
Hanns, Eisler: Österreich Musikzeitschrift . 1998 1998
Eisler, Hanns: Works by Albrecht Betz
Eisler, Hanns: 100th Birthday program brochure 1998
Eisler, Hanns: Das Hollywoodes...performance May 1998
Eisler, Hanns: gift of Walter Pomeroy (2004) 2004
Eisler, Hanns: Neue Zurcher Zeitung; March 1996 1996
Eisler, Hanns: "Stetta", by Breixo Viejo
Eisler, Hanns: Universal Edition brochure
Eisler, Hanns: Eisler material; music/theater piece by Heiner Goebbels
Eisler, Hanns: Divese Artikel
Eisler, Hanns: "Als Erben sind wir das dem Erbe schuldig"
Eisler, Hanns: Fruchte des Filmmusikprojekts; April 2009 2009
Eisler, Hanns: Hanns Eisler, ein Sonderfall? 11/11/2005 2005
Eisler, Hanns: "Hanns Eisler and the FBI", by James Wierzbicki
Fehr, Rudi: Obituary
Feiniger, Andreas: Obituary
Feuchtwanger, Ludwig: Obituary by Edgar Feuchtwanger; 2003 2003
Feuchtwanger, Martin: Obituary
Ford, Ford Madox
Frank, Bruno: Harold von Hofe; The German Quarterly; March 1945 1945
Frank, Leonhard: Harold von Hofe; The German Quarterly; March 1947 1947
Friedlander, Saul: Review of "Nazi Germany and the Jews"
Fry, Varian: Review of Shiela Isenberg's "At Hero of Our Own"
Fry, Varian: "The Massacre of the Jews" 12/21/42; New Republic 1942
Fry, Varian: "Varian Fry's Job of a Lifetime", by Watters, Colin
Fry, Varian: "Debasing Good History with Bad Fiction" by Peter Rose
Fry, Varian: Assignment Rescue-Exhibit
Fry, Varian: "Ein mutiger Mann", Berliner Morgenpost, 2004 2004
Fry, Varian: US man helped many intellectuals flee Nazis
Fry, Varian: "Fry's List: The Artists"
Fry, Varian: Der Fluchthelfer der Dichter und Denker
George, Manfred; Archive in Marbach (1979) 1979
Graf, Oskar Maria; Exhibit at Diamond Library, University of New Hampshire, July-Aug. 1974 1974
Haumann, Constance; The Exiles Return
Heine, Heinrich; Seine Werke auf französisch, von Mandred Windfuhr mit Abbildungen; Die Zeit, 12/5/1972 1972
Heine, Heinrich; "Heines Geist in Mexico" (1946) 1946
Herrman, Eva; Correspondence at the Deutsche Bibliothek, Frankfurt
Herrman, Eva; Die sanfte Unverschämtheit der Eva Hermann
Herrman, Eva; copied correspondence with LF, press articles, guide to a retrospective of her work
Heym, Stefan; obituary
Hitler; Hitler's forgotten library
Hochfeld, Ernst; architect
Hofe, Harold von; Portrait: Der Exilforscher Harold von Hofe; Aufbau
Hofe, Harold von; Portrait: Der Exilwissenschaftler Harold von Hofe; Aufbau 1998
Homolka, Florence; Jaeger, Roland, Rendezvous der intellektuellen westküste
De Stem von Victor Hugo (1936) "Die Stimme von Victor Hugo" 1936
Huxley, Aldous; "Aldous in Wonderland" by Richler, Mordecai
Isherwood, Christopher; Coming to America: Isherwood and Auden in the New World
Isherwood, Christopher; "England, their England" by Mario Faraone, 2000 2000
Jacob, Heinrich Eduard
Jacob, Heinrich Eduard; The unpublished correspondence between Heinrich Eduard Jacob and Raoul Auernheimer (1939-1943)
Jacob, Heinrich Eduard; "In Exile: The Friendship and Unpublished Correspondence between Thomas Mann and Heinrich Educard Jacob" by Jeffery Berlin
Jacob, Heinrich Eduard; "Durch mich geht's ein zur Stadt der Schmerzerkornen..." by Jeffery Berlin
Kiepenheuer, Gustav von Arnold Zweig; Die Weltbühne 1949 1949
Kisch, Egon Eriwin
Klemperer, Victor; A Jew's Diary of the Nazi will be German TV Series, NYT, May 16, 1996 1996
Klemperer, Victor; Stalin's Genialitat, der Spiegel, 10/96 1996
Kracauer, Siegfried; Lebensbilder-Denkbilder
Krenek, Ernst; Univeral edition
Lang, Fritz; "In Erinnerung an Fritz Lang"
Lang, Fritz; "The Nature of the Beast" L.A. Weekly, 1997 1997
Longstreet, Stephan, obituary
Mann, Erika and Klaus: Escape to Life, movie review
Mann, Erika: Du fallst der Emigration in den Rucken: Oct. 5 1984, Die Zeit
Mann, Erica: "Briefe und Antworten"
Mann, Erika: "Die Wotanstochter", Erika Manns Schriften, Aug. 3&4 1996 1996
Mann, Frido: "Thomas Mann war mein Retter", Der Tagesspiegel, 12/14/2008 2008
Mann, Golo: Obituary
Mann, Golo: "Leiden und Lehren der Vergangenheit" by Hanno Helbling
Mann, Klaus: re: Feuchtwanger
Mann, Klaus: K.M.'s novel "The Volcano", a Document of German Emigration after 1933, by Herman Rasche
Mann, Nelly: die Heinrichbraut
Mann, Nelly: LA Times articles, re: suicide attempt, death (1944)
Marcuse, Edith: Anne Halley, "Before the Deportation"
Marcuse, Herbert: "Giving a 1960's Cultral Icon His Due" by Peter Monaghan
Marcuse, Ludwig: "Ins Abseits geraten" by Holger Gumprecht
Marcuse, Ludwig: Romeos and Casanovas Nachfolger: Das Obszone in der literarischen und nicht literarischen Literatur
Matusovski, Max: "Plays" Biblothek "Ogonyok" no. 17, "Pravada" Publishers, Moscsow 1946 1946
"Immer fand ich den Namen falsch den man uns gab: emigranten", Marta Mierendorf (1971) (1971)
Muhlen, Hermynia: "Sozialkritik und Noblesse" 1997 1997
Re: Willa Muir & Helen Lowe-Porter
Muller, Heiner: "Die Muller-Überschwemmung", Der Spiegel, 1996 1996
Mann, Heinrich: TCS 2002 2002
Mann, Heinrich: "Mein süßer Mann", Der Spiegel, 2002 2002
Mann, Heinrich: "Faschismus als Groteske: Heinrich Manns unbekannter Roman 'Lidice' ", by Uwe Naumann
Mann, Heinrich: Exhibit at USC, May-Jul. 1993 1993
Mann, Heinrich: Harold von Hofe, German Quarterly, March 1994 1994
Mann, Heinrich: "Heinrich Mann und die Gegenwart", Marta Feuchtwanter: So sah ich Heinrich Mann"; NDL 1971 (3) 1971
Mann, Heinrich: "Heinrich Mann in Amerika" by Fritz Rudolf Fries
Mann, Heinrich; gesellschaft
Mann, Heinrich; Letters of Heinrich and Thomas Mann, 1900-1949;
Mann, Heinrich; Die Wasserscheide der Pyrenaen; Suddeutsche Zeitung, 6/30/2006 2006
Mann, Heinrich & Thomas; Die Gebruder Mann, 3sat
Mann, Heinricdh; "Der Untertan der Leidenschaften", faz.net
Mann, Heinrich; "Ein Blick zuruck auf das Leben in Prag", 11/25/07, Welt online 2007
Mann, Heinrich; Ausstellung Akademie der Kunste, 2009
Mann, Thomas; Nota Bene
Mann, Thomas; "Mann to Mann", LA Times 1995 1995
Mann, Thomas; "Letter from...Davos" TLS 2000 2000
Mann, Thomas; "The dark side of the laureate"
Mann, Thomas; Additonal reflections on Thomas Mann as a letter writer, by Jeffery B. Berlin
Mann, Thomas; On the making of the magin mountain: The unpublished correspondence of Thomas Mann, Alfred A. Knopf, and H.T. Lowe-Porter, by Jeffery B. Berlin
Mann, Thomas & Jacob, Heinrich Eduard; unpublished letters about Haydn, by Jeffery B. Berlin
Mann, Thomas; Goethe in Hollywood, by Janet Flanner; Dec. 13 & 20, 1941, New Yorker 1941
Mann, Thomas; Review of letters with Heinrich Mann
Mann, Thomas; Dolenko, Elena, The Story of a Controversy
Mann, Thomas; Vaget, Hans Rudof, Thomas Mann at the Opera
Mann, Thomas; Wood, Michael, Impossible Wishes
Mann, Thomas; Rolfe, Lionel, Thomas Mann and his Los Angeles Demons
Mann, Thomas & Craig, Gordon; The Mann Nobody Knew; NY Review of Books, 2/29/1996 1996
Mann, Thomas; Tagebücher, "Ich besitze wenig welt" Die Zeit 1994 1994
Mann, Thomas; Wissenschaftliche Annalen, Sonderdruck-Berlin, 9/9/56 1956
Mann, Thomas; Faustus
Mann, Thomas; Harold von Hofe, The German Quarterly, May 1944 1944
Mann, Thomas; Review of Essays
Mann, Thomas; Letters of Thomas & Heinrich Mann
Mann, Thomas; "der Sphinx allein in Auge blicken", by Martin Meyer
Mann, Thomas; "Doktor Faustus" Dies ist kein Roman, by Hanno Helbling NZZ 1995 1995
Mann, Thomas; "Thomas Manns letze Krankheit", by Sprecher , Thomas
Mann, Thomas; Review of Anthony Heilbut's biography, LA Times, 2/5/96 1996
Mann, Thomas; Review of 3 biographies, New Yorker, 3/11/1996 1996
Mann, Thomas; Schweizer werden: Thomas Manns letze politische Hoffnung, NZZ Sept. 1996 1996
Mann, Thomas; Um den Kern eines Werks: hans Wyslings Aufsatze uber Thomas Mann , NZZ, Aug. 3&4, 1996 1996
Mann, Thomas; Where the tigers were: In search of Hotel des Bains, Poets + Writers Magazin, Sept/Oct. 1996 1996
Neumann, Alfred: "In memoriam: Alred Neuman", November 1952 192
North American Society for Exile Studies, Membership+Newsletter
Lange, Thomas: "Ernst Erich Noth als Vermittler zwischen Deutscher..."
Osten, Mario: Exil im "Wunderland" Sowjetunion, by R. Muller
Piscator, Maria: obituary
Reinhardt, Max: "The Eternal Road", John Rockwell
Remarque, Erich Maria
Remarque, Erich Maria
Remarque, Erich Maria: A Time to Live: The Life and Writings of Erich Maria
Remarque, Erich Maria: Autoren-Am besten nichts Neues
Rey, H.A.: "Der Schopfer von 'Curious George': Kinderbuch-Illustrator H.A. Rey", Roland Jaeger
Rey, R.A.: Collecting Curious George Children's Books, Roland Jaegaer, Firsts: December 1998 1998
Rey, H.A. & Rey, Margaret
Roosevel, Eleanor: "The Good Example", re: Germany, New York World Telegram, January 1949 1949
Roth, Joseph: "Österreich atmet auf", Albrecht Betz
Roth, Joseph: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, May 13-14, 1995 1995
Sachs, Hans & Sachs, Charlotte
Salter, Felix: "Felix Salter", by Lore Muerdel Dormer
Friedrich, Karin Georg Salzmann; grunden eines Archivs "Literatur auf dem Scheiterhaufen"
Schnauber, Cornelius; Cornelius Schnauber: Wahlkalifornier
Schoenberg, Arnold; Whose Schoenteng
Schoenberg Prism, 2001; Schoeteng events in LA
Schoenberg, Arnold; 106th birthday concert 1980 1980
Schoenberg, Arnold; Nachlasse, Spiegel Online, 12/1998 1998
Schoenberg, Arnold; Hated Vienna-Tom Tugend, Aufbau 1/17/1997 1997
Schoenberg, Arnold; Ein kleiner Triumph: Das Schoenberg-Institut wird Berlin als Musikstadt aufwerten, 9/18/1996 1996
Schoenberg, Arnold; Schoenberg settlement promts relocation, 10/10/1996 1996
Sebald, W.G; Obituary
Sharp, Waitstill H. & Sharp, Martha
Siodmak, Curt; obituary
Spalek, John; Portrait: Der Literaturwissenschaftler John Spalek; Aufbau, 3/24/98 1998
Steffin, Margarete; Simone Barck, "Von Gespenstern und Engeln..."
Steinitz, Kate; Collection, LACMA exhibit 1969 1969
Sternberg, Charles; obituary
Tabori, George; playwright took on anti-semitism
Toch, Lilly; In memorium
Truppe 1931; Curt Trepte
Waldo, Hilde- Letter from Harold von Hofe in USC Trojan Family Summer 1994
Waldo, Hilde "Hilde bitte schreiben sie"/ Modernes Leben Aug. 28, 1992
Waldo, Hilde (1906-1994) Obit. in Neuen Nachrichtenbrief der Gesellschaft für Exilforschung July 1994
Wallace, Henry (Statement in support of)
Wedekind, Frank (from: Der Stein der Weisen)
Wicclair, Walter "Wer beherrscht das Berliner Kulturleben?" 1966
Wilder, Billy -New Yorker Nov. 8, 1999
Wilder, Billy "Der Mann, den Reine kennt" 2001
Kurt Weill's happy end -MOCA Feb. - March 2000
Kurt Weill's The Eternal Road/ NY times Feb. 27, 2000
Weill, Kurt, In Perfect Tune with his Century/ LA Times Weekend Feb. 17, 2000
Weill, Kurt -Press clippings
Weill, Kurt "Kurt Weill's Heritage: Honor replaces scorn" 1999
Weill, Kurt"Kurt Weill Newsletter" Vol. 20 2000
Weill, Kurt "It took Weill" May 22, 2000
Weill, Kurt "Mrs. Simonette and Mt. Kurt Weill" 1995
Weill, Kurt -Kurt Weill Newsletter 1996-2008
Weill, Kurt -Kurt Weill Newsletter 2010-2011
Werfel, Franz- UCLA Archives copies 1997
Werfel, Franz -Harold von Hofe, The German quarterly Nov. 1944
Werfel, Franz by HvH Jan. 1945
Werfel, Franz "Franz Werfel arrives in USA/ Hairenik 1940
Werfel, Franz- Gumprecht, Holger "Wie ein Raubuogelnest an Felsen.."
"March 14, 1938: Es gibt kein Oesterriech mehr"- unpublished correspondence between Feanz Werfel, Alma Mahler and Ben Huebsch by Jeffrey B. Berlin 1988
Werfel, Franz- Beck, Knut "Hundert Möglichkeiten des Künstlertums Aug. 1995
Werfel, me and the Colonel 1997
Zipper, Herbert- LA Times Apr. 7, 1997
Zweig, Arnold -"Was sagte Arnold Zweig?"/ Aufbau Sept. 15, 1967
Zweig, Arnold "Arnold Zweig und seine Kinder"
Zweig, Arnold- "De Friendt kehrt heim" Jan. 12, 1997
Zweig, Arnold- correspondence with Helene Weyl & Beatrice Zweig Jan. 1997
Zweig Stefan "Geliebt, gejagt und unvergessen" April 1996
Zweig, Stefan- Brief aus Brasilien -Berlin, Jeffrey 1999
Stefan Zweig Kongress 1998
"Unveröffentliche Briefe Über Stefan Zweig USA- Reise in Jahre 1935..." 1999
"Stefan Zweig's Exile in great Britain..." 1996
"Die letzte Profil" in Leben und Werk von Stefan Zweig Dec. 2002
Stefan Zweig- ein vierfacher Briefwechsel Jan. 15, 1988
Zweig, Stefan- "The Austrian Catastrophe" by Jefrrey Berlin 1995
"Briefe von Zweig" Jan 13, 2001
"Stefan, Zweig : Drei Leben" /Die Furche Nov. 30, 2006
Misc. bookseller's catalogs
Misc. bookseller's catalogs
Misc. bookseller's catalogs
Exilliteratur Hitler Bookburning
Gesamtverzeichnis der Ausbürgerungslisten, 1933-38 photocopy
"Exiled to Paradise" March 15-May 29, 1992 Exhibit captions
Lion Feuchtwanger's death mask
Stage set for "Devil in Boston" Horner, undated
Villa Aurora / Feuchtwanger Memorial Library
Feuchtwanger Memorial Library Project design and construction Library opening, August 1995
Inventory of books at Villa Aurora (6 boxes)
Villa Aurora Purchase of Villa and formation of Villa organization
bills for library Paseo Miramar Times articles taxes (1950s) FML & USC Villa Aurora opening
Villa Aurora guest books
Settlement of Feuchtwanger Estate Files from Harold von Hofe
Villa Aurora Art Collection
Fields & Devereaux FML drawings, 12/04/94
Fields & Devereaux FML drawings, 3/16/94 (existing space)
Fields & Devereaux FML New floor plans 5/16/94 (signed drawings) 12/02/94 set
Harold von Hofe Correspondence (1988-98) Aufbau Schoenberg Institute Nortrud Gomringer W. von Sternburg
Harold von Hofe Materials about Marta Feuchtwanger
Villa Aurora art USC award to Marta Feuchtwanger (1/71) "Simone" oil painting by Eva Hermann (1936) Norman Kulkin photograph (1979)
Villa Aurora art Photograph of Brancusi's sculpture
Villa Aurora Portrait of Marta Feuchtwanger Feuchtwanger Library exhibits posters Feuchtwanger Library hall exhibit text panels
Pages from a scrap book, articles about Villa Aurora and events at Villa Aurora 1994-1998
Brecht, Special interest
Brecht, Bertolt. Simon Machard (Theater der Freundschaft, Berliner Festwochen) 1957
Brecht Archiv- "Brecht Haus (12 Items)
"Brecht- Forscher: Erzählung über Begenung mit Hitler ist altbekannt" Dec. 9, 1996
Durzak, Manfred "Zwischen Aristophanes und Brecht"/ Franfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Feb. 16, 1974
Hertling, Viktoria. "Exil und Post- Exil: Elisabeth Freundliches Erinnerungsbuch 'Die Fahhrenden Jahre" /Modern Austrian Literature vol. 30 nr. 1 1997
Krumbholz, Martin "Der Welt und Textverbesserer" Neue Zürcher Zeitung Oct. 12-13, 1996
McLane - Iles. Betty. "Les Vision de Simone Machard et Simone Weil (Cahiers Simone Weil, vol. 12 (1) March 29, 1989
Muzik zu den "Gesichten der Simone Machard" (Brecht- copies of Musical scores)
Nussbaum, Daniel "Hollywood and Rhine" Los Angeles July 1999
Shteir, Rachel "Brecht, Not Brecht" /Lingua Franca May- June 1996
"Spiegel: DDR -Partei wollte Brecht -Witwe am Theater absetzen" Jan. 4, 1997
"Unbekannte Brecht-Erzahlung entdeckt: Begegnung mit Hitler" Dec. 7, 1996
West Coast Brecht-Centennial Festival- Newspaper articles Feb. 1998
"West coast Brecht Centennial Festival (6 Items) Feb.5-10,1998
"Einstein: Die göttiliche Harmonie" Der Spiegel April 27, 1955
Gumpert, Martin, "...und lass den Traum beginnen" -Aufbau May 5, 1950
Hutchens, John K. "On the Books" NY Herald Tribune June 19, 1949
Re: "Would Christian Handbook"
Civil Liberties 1972
Contemporary Film Museum Oct. 8 - Nov. 15, 1951
The Fifth Commandment March 1974
IF Stone's Weekly Nov. 6, 1961
Jewish Press Sept. 3, 1963
Voice of the New West Frontier Oct. 1958
Dr. H. v Hofe- USC Winners of Scholarships in 1972 1972
Harold von Hofe materials, unsorted (Lion Feuchtwanger related)
Bills- misc. 1957-1960
Werner und die Jüdin
Xanthippe oder Die drei Prozesse des Sokrates
Don Pedro und die Inquisition -Ein Filmentwurf
Die Barbaren in Rom
Die grosse neffen des Messias (Des Heilands)
Die gelben Bänke
Ein tropfen Milch
5. Truebe Wissenschaff pp. 71-81
Der Chauffeur Daeschler
Das sechsundsechszigste Sonett
Short stories and other ms
Re: Sanary 1937
Live for Life - United Artists synopsis 1967
Pieck, Wilhelm -Thank you for condolences on his death
Susan Bach Booklist
"Lion Feuchtwanger: Übermorgen"- Friedrich Torborg
misc. correspondence (Viking Press, Aufbau and others)
USC- Lion Feuchtwanger Fellowship
Lion Feuchtwanger- Faust: Zweiter Teil / Die Shaubühne s. 313 March 23, 1911
Für Das 'Wort'- against Hitler
ASCAP-- Certificate of Hans Eisler's membership 1939
Water color from Clifford Odets to Hanns Eisler July 1946
Eisler, Hanns Aug. 2, 1935
Lily July 16, 1937
List of LF's relatives, copyrights, property for attorny Eric Scudder
Hans Leopold -MF corr. to his manuscript 1965
Devil in Boston- translation by Morehouse 1980
Nazis in the house of then Feuchtwangers; Berlin- Dahlem, Mahlerstr. 8 1933
Address and names of LA -German Exiles
Books in FML by Hilde Waldo
Table of contents/ 2 poems- unidentified ms.
Aufbau-verlag 1964, 1973,
Notes (various) 1987-1988
US Department of Justice FBI -Letterto HvH Aug. 17, 1983
Ulrich Scheck (Queen's University, Kingston, Canada) -Letter to HvH Aug. 19, 1989
Soifer- The Book Publishing Association of Israel Apr. 26, 1985
Lucile Brokaw Foundation
Die Weltbühne Aug. 26, 1980
Franz Bader Gallery Bookstore
LF Biographies 1984
Photos and Cards
Lied des gafallenen -Photocopy
Devil in France- Harold von Hofe manuscript
Feuchtwanger- Doeblin photocopies
Erika Marcuse Heinrich M. May 6, 1961
Clippings/ Notice of possible aquisitions July 1989
Querido Verlag 1933
Dramatists Guild of the Authors League of America Inc. Aug. 17, 1949
LF München 1957
List of LF mss
Hübsch- Viking Press NOv. 4, 1947
Aus: Hitler, Mein Kampf- Anti -Jewish quotations
"Wider die wilden Männer oder: Über die Intoleranz
Fondul Literar, Romania (correspondence with MF) Dec. 9, 1957
PM: "War front moves to the Mediterranean" Sept. 30, 1941
Yiddish article/ Alt New York Oct. 25, 1940
Feuchtwanger Memorial Library Card Catalog
Copies for East A- L
Cataloged A- E, German A-J
German K- T, German U-Z, memoirs, magazines, autographs, problems, French A-Q
French R-Z, Anthologies Bibles and Versions; Chinese H-R, Judaica, Referenceand Source Books, Spanish, Potugese, Italian
S-Z/ Incunabula- Greek & Roman, Universal History, Villa Aurora A-Ca
Villa Aurora Cc-Gi, Villa Aurora Go-Li
Villa Li- Sa, Villa Sc- Z
Cataloged F- I, Germna J- Pi
Feuchtwanger Institute for Exiles Studies
International Feuchtwanger Society
Founding, Newsletter 2003-2004
International Feuchtwanger Society/ Kultur Aug. 3, 2001
Feuchtwanger Society conference pages July 2001
Feuchtwanger Society founding- Newspaper articles 2001
IFS Conference- FAZ article April 2003
Feuchtwanger Society January 2002
Feuchtwanger Gesellschaft 2001-2003
Feuchtwanger Newsletter- Rundbrief, Vol. 1. Nr. 1 2003
Feuchtwanger Newsletter- Rundbrief, Vol.1 Nr. 2 2003
Feuchtwanger Newsletter- Rundbrief, Vol.3 2005
IFS Newsletter 3/2005-8/2010 2005-2010
Conference Feuchtwanger and Film Los Angeles, IFS conference in Vienna 2009 2007, 2009
Invitations Sept. 2007
Programs Sept. 2007
Bus tour info Sept. 2007
Bus tour maps Sept. 2007
Korngold event Sept. 2007
DEFA- Goya Film 2007
IFS conference, Vienna 2009
IFS conference in Vienna May 2009
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