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The Goetz A. Briefs Papers comprise four (4) boxes. Box 1, Folders 1 to 7, comprises Briefs' correspondence from 1930 to 1974 and arranged chronologically. Magazine and newsclippings with Briefs' holograph notations and additions make up folders 8, 9, and 10 in Box 1. Georgetown University related materials are found in Box 1, Folder 11. Loose manuscript materials with holograph additions, corrections, and notations, some dated, are to be found in Folders 12 to 16, Box 1. Typewritten,...
Gift of Henry W. Briefs, November 1984.
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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...
Papers of Erich Wolfgang Isenstead comprising personal correspondence, professional records, photographs, newspapers and printed ephemera regarding his work in postwar Bavaria for the Information Control Division of the Office of Military Government, United States, primarily regarding U.S. efforts toward denazification and reconstruction of Germany's press, broadcast media, and other cultural infrastructure.
1900 - 1994; Majority of material found within 1945 - 1952
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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...
1944 - 1961; Majority of material found within 1946 - 1953
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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...
1873 - 1991