The Winifried Weiss and Robert Hagopian papers contain writings by them and photographs of their travels together. Weiss (1937-1991)
published two acclaimed books. “A Nazi Childhood” is an intimate portrait of Germany and the Third Reich as seen from the
perspective of a perceptive child. His short novel, “Stations,” is the memoir of a man caring for his lover who is dying of
AIDS. Hagopian (1945-1984) was a renowned Bay Area pianist who specialized in 20th Century music and performed throughout
the U.S. and Europe.
Collection is open for research. Mailing lists and other records holding the names, addresses, and/or phone numbers of individuals
will be restricted for 20 years.