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Alfred M. Beck collection of Friedrich von Boetticher research materials

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Identifier: GTM-171212
Content Description Research files and notes, transcriptions and translations, government documents, microfilm, photographs, and archival film footage and sound recordings compiled by Beck in the course of conducting research for his dissertation on the life of General der Artillerie [Lt. Gen.] Friedrich von Boetticher and his service as German military attaché in Washington, D.C., 1933-1941. Beck’s original dissertation, "The Ambivalent Attaché (1977, Ph.D. in History, Georgetown University) explored the...
Dates: 1900-2006; Majority of material found within 1930-1945

Francis B. Biddle Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS251
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection consists of the personal papers of former U.S. attorney general Francis Biddle. It is one of three portions comprising the larger collection of the Biddle Family papers that include the papers of his wife, Katherine Biddle and a series of family correspondence (see separate finding aids). Of interest are lengthy correspondence files relating to Biddle's appointments as judge of the Circuit Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit (1939); U.S. attorney general...
Dates: 1912 - 1968; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1966

Eugen d'Albert letters

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Identifier: GTM-140722.3
Scope and Contents Note The Eugen d'Albert letters consist of 87 letters, almost all of which were written from German composer and pianist Eugen d'Albert to Austrian composer and pianist Pauline Erdmannsdorfer. The letters date from 1892-1894, 1896-1897, 1899-1903, 1905-1906, and 1908-1913. In the letters, d'Albert discusses his musical creations with Pauline. He asks her to promote his compositions. The letters document d'Albert's musical evolution. D'Albert writes about rehearsals, critics, theater...
Dates: 1892-1919

Lawrence D. Egbert Papers

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Identifier: GTM-780213
Scope and Contents note The Lawrence D. Egbert Papers contains official military documents included personal statements by war criminals, printed materials, photographs, newspaper cliippings, and personal correspondence. This collection would be of interest to anyone studying the Second World War; its effects on France, German War crimes, or the Nuremberg Trials.Box 1: Documents, files, articles, and printed materials concerning the Nuremberg Trials.Box 2: Miscellaneous printed material on...
Dates: 1920 - 1971

Lazlo G. Hadik papers

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Identifier: GTM-800701
Scope and Contents

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and research files pertaining to Hadik's studies on European security. Lazlo G. Hadik (1932-1975) seved as senior analyst for the Institute for Defense Analysis (1961-1970); and as senior political scientist at the Stategic Studies Center, Stanford Research Institute (1970-1972). Typed finding aid attached as external document.

Dates: 1954-1973

Heinrich Kronstein Papers

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Identifier: GTM-790507
Dates: 1936 - 1972

Rodney C. Loehr Collection on West Germany

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Identifier: GTM-130718
Scope and Contents The Rodney C. Loehr Collection on West Germany contains printed periodicals, mostly dating to the years just after World War II collected by Rodney C. Loehr, an American historian who worked for the U.S. Army in Germany during and immediately after World War II. The materials document life in West Germany. Particular detail is given to Berlin. Some of the items were produced by the U.S. High Commission for Germany. The collection includes a long run of “Information Bulletin: Magazine of...
Dates: 1944 - 1961; Majority of material found within 1946 - 1953

Edmund A. Walsh, SJ Papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS239
Scope and Contents The papers of Fr. Walsh throw considerable light on most aspects of his exceptional career: as founder and guiding spirit of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service; as head of the Papal Relief Mission to Russia in the early 1920s; as president of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association; as a representative of the Catholic Church in Mexico; and as an extremely involved consultant at the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials. Significant correspondents include Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar...
Dates: 1885 - 1955; Majority of material found within 1920 - 1952

Edmund A. Walsh, SJ Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-090723
Scope and contents note The Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. Papers: Part 2 comprise the personal papers of the extraordinary Jesuit educator, author, and geopolitician Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S.J. The collection includes a fine run of letters to his brother Fred V. Walsh regarding Fr. Walsh's travels in Europe and his experiences connected to his service as a special adviser at the Nuremberg war crimes trials after World War II. Also of interest is a group of postcards sent by Fr. Walsh from various locations in Europe....
Dates: 1904 - 1956

Konrad Wolff - Ilse Bing Collection

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Identifier: GTM-160304
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Correspondence, documents, sketches, drafts, photographs and music relating to the pianist and composer Konrad Wolff (1907-1989) and his wife, the distinguished photographer Ilse Bing (1899-1998). Also contains significant additional material relating to Wolff’s family members including his father, the distinguished German lawyer Martin Wolff, and his mother, Marguerite Wolff née Jolowicz, who was personally charged with documenting important aspects of the Nuremberg war crimes...
Dates: 1873 - 1991