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Guide to the Friedrich S. Grosshut Papers, 1931-1969

Collection number: MC 43

Size: 24 boxes (8 cu.ft.)

About Friedrich S. Grosshut (1906-1969)

Friedrich Sally Grosshut was born in 1906 in Wiesbaden, Germany. In 1932 he received a Doctor of Law degree from the University of Frankfurt, but his law career came to an abrupt end in 1933 when his Jewish employer, Leo Harry, was forced to leave Wiesbaden. Grosshut himself emigrated to Haifa, Israel, where he worked as a laborer, waiter, and bookstore manager. He was also a volunteer re-education worker in a British camp for German POWs at Fanara, Egypt. Both his parents were killed by the Nazis, his father in 1933 as a result of “protective detention,” his mother later in a concentration camp.

In 1948 Grosshut left Haifa for Sweden, where he worked as a journalist, and in 1949 he emigrated to the United States, settling in New Jersey. He held various menial jobs and continued to write until his death. Grosshut’s published works include several legal treatises, one a full-length book on the function of emergency laws in a dictatorship, two novels, a number of short stories, a documentation on Else Lasker-Schüler, and many reviews of the works of German emigré authors, published in various journals and newspapers.

About the Friedrich S. Grosshut Papers

The Friedrich S. Grosshut Collection consists primarily of correspondence, including letters to and from writers Lion Feuchtwanger, Oskar Maria Graf, Heinrich Mann, Thomas Mann, and Arnold Zweig, and theatre director Erwin Piscator, and original and carbon typescripts of novels, short stories, plays, poetry, essays and literary reviews, ca. 1933-1969. Twelve of the twenty-four boxes have been processed.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Friedrich S. Grosshut Papers, 1931-1969, MC 43, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donations: Helmut Pfanner, August 13, 1975 and May 27, 1982 (Accession numbers: 55, 8199)

Collection Contents

Series I: Correspondence

(4 boxes)

Subseries A: To Grosshut

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1 Aftontidningen, 1950 (4 letters)
Box 1, Folder 2 Allgemeine, 1949-1967 (24 letters)
Box 1, Folder 3 The American Scholar (1 letter); Lisa Asher (1 letter); Argentinisches Tageblatt (1 letter); Aufbau Reconstruction, 1955-1963 (5 letters); Aurora Verlag (1 letter)
Box 1, Folder 4 Walter Berendsohn, 1949-1969 (27 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 5 Berg am Starnbereger See (W. Gastl, Bürgermeister), 1954-1958 (7 letters)
Box 1, Folder 6 Books Abroad 1949-1967 (21 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 7 Books Abroad 1956-1963 (27 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 8 British Brodcasting Corporation,(2 Letters); Max Brod, 1944-1947 (13 Letters); Gerda Busoni,(1 Letter)
Box 1, Folder 9 Christian Wegner Verlag, (1 Letter); Commentary 1949-1950 (6 Letters); J.G. Cotta’sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger GMBH, (3 Letters); Walter De Gruyter & Co. (1 Letter); Franz Deuticke (1 Letter) 1944-1947 (13 Letters); Gerda Busoni(1 Letter)British Brodcasting Corporation, (2 Letters); Max Brod 1944-1947 (13 Letters); Gerda Busoni, (1 Letter)
Box 1, Folder 10 Prof. Bill Drews (2 Letters); Eric Drucker (1 Letter); L. Dukas (2 Letters); Du Selbst (Anton Betzner, editor), 1962-1963 (7 Letters); Expressen (1 Letter)
Box 1, Folder 11 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1945-1950 (14 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 12 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1951-1955 (20 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 13 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1956-1958 (17 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 14 Marta Feuchtwanger, 1959-1961 (14 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 15 Marta Feuchtwanger, 1962-1969 (19 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 16 S. Fischer Verlag, 1956-1959 (4 Letters); Frankfurter Allgemeine (2 Letters); Frankfurter Illustrierte (1 Letter); Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei (1 Letter); Dr. Walther Friedmann, 1931-1933 (7 Letters); Lotte Fürnberg (2 Letters); Louis Fürnberg (1 Letter); Gayda Press (1 Letter)
Box 1, Folder 17 Glock & Lutz Verlag, 1961-1962 (21 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 18 Glock & Lutz Verlag, 1963-1969 (12 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 19 Oskar Maria Graf, 1950-1957 (9 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 20 Oskar Maria Graf, 1958-1964 (14 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 21 Griefen Verlag (1 Letter); Prof. Dr. Grimm (1 Letter); Kurt R. Grossman,1961-1963(6 Letters); Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei(1 Letter); E.J. Gumbel,1962-1965(8 Letters); Gustav Kiepenheur Verlag,1949-1961 (13 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 22 F.A. Herbig (1 Letter); Hans George Hirsch (1 Letter); Theodore C. Hirsch (1 Letter); Bessie Hirschberg (2 Letters); Max Hirschberg 1962-1963 (5 Letters); Hans Egon Holthusen (13 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 23 Johan Grundt Tanum Forlag, 1948-1949 (11 Letters); Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität (1 Letter); Klaus W. Jonas, March 22, 1964 (1 Letter); Ossip Kalenter (2 Letters); – Kesten (3 Letters); Hans Kelsen (3 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 24 Dr. B. Kempner (2 Letters); Robert M.W. Kempner, 1947-1965 (14 Letters); Herman Kesten,1949-1962(14 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 25 Kindler-Verlag (1 Letter); Alexander Kipnis (1 Letter); Kösel-Verlag, 1952 (3 Letters); Kolumbien-Post (1 Letter); Die Kultur, 1959-1962 (11 Letters); Dr. Margarete Kupper, 1965-1968 (9 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 26 Hans Landsberger (1 Letter); Dr. P. Lazarus (1 Letter); Leo Baeck Institute, Inc. (1 Letter); Max Lerner (1 Letter); Liebmann Breweries (1 Letter); Peter Lindt, 1950-1953 (19 Letters); Ulrich Lohmar (1 Letter)
Box 1, Folder 27 Erika Mann, 1949-1966 (12 Letters); Heinrich Mann, 1949-1950 (5 Letters); Katina Mann (2 Letters); Klaus Mann (2 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 28 Thomas Mann, 1936-1952 (9 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 29 Dr. B. Mannes, 1956-1963 (17 Letters)
Box 1, Folder 30 Dr. B. Mannes, 1964-1965 (13 Letters)
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 Ludwig Warcuse (2 Letters); Herbert Marx (1 Letter)
Box 2, Folder 2 Dr. Robert Nebinger, 1938-1957 (20 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 3 Dr. Robert Nebinger, 1958-1960 (17 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 4 Dr. Robert Nebinger, 1961-1963 (14 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 5 Ner-Tamid-Verlag (1 Letter); Nest-Verlag (1 Letter); Die Neue Gesellshaft, (2 Letters); Alfred Neumann (1 Letter); Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk (3 Letters); Norrköpings Orkesterförening (1 Letter); Nora O’Mara (1 Letter); Das Parlament (1 Letter); Paul List Verlag (1 Letter); Madleen Pechel (1 Letter)
Box 2, Folder 6 Heinz Politzer, 1942-1949 (23 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 7 Preussisches Ministerium des Innern, May 16, 1931 (1 Letter)

Dr. Harry Pross,March 3, 1960 (2 Letters)

Radiotjänst, Stockholme 1948-1949: June 1, 1948; Sept. 16, 1948; Oct. 4, 1948; Nov. 12, 1948; March 1, 1949 (5 Letters)

Ravag (Radioverkehrs A.G.), Dec. 2, 1947; Dec. 23, 1947; April 11, 1949 (3 Letters)

Dr. Adolph Reifferscheidt, der Generalkonsul der Bundesrepublik Deutschland July 1, 1958

Rowohlt Verlag, Nov. 12, 1953; Dec. 14, 1953, May 12, 1954; July 27, 1954; Nov. 22, 1954; Nov. 21, 1958; Feb. 10, 1959; April 24, 1959; Aug. 26, 1959; May 9, 1967 (10 Letters)

Rowohlts Deutsche Enzyklopädie (Prof. Grassi), June 5, 1959; June 20, 1959; Dec. 12, 1959 (3 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 8 Nelly Sachs, July 24, 1948, Nov. 6 1948 (2 Letters)

Scherz Verlag Stuggart, Oct. 5, 1962 (1 Letter)

Schiller Nationalmuseum 1967-1969: May 16, 1967; May 31, 1967; May 12, 1969; June 3, 1969(4 Letters)

Dr. Willy Schmidt, May 3, 1961, (1 Letter)

Professor Karl Schmitt, March 16, 1933 (1 Letter)

Hans Schneider, Feb. 3, 1969 (1 Letter)

La Semana Israel, May, 19, 1950; Sept. 7, 1951; Oct. 8, 1968 (3 Letters)

William L. Shirer, May 2, 1962; Oct. 4, 1962 (Includes a review of Staatsnot, Recht und Gewalt); March 8, 1963 (3 Letters)

Sigbert Mohn Verlag, May 10, 1960 (1 Letter)

Gerhard Simson, Dec. 21, 1948; Dec. 30, 1949 (2 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 9 Adolf Sindler, 1949-1957: Nov. 18, 1949; Jan. 26, 1950; Mar. 23, 1950; Aug. 14, 1950, Aug. 1, 1953; May 26, 1955; Sept. 10, 1955; Feb. 12, 1956; April 2, 1956; April 26, 1956; Aug. 11, 1956; Aug. 25, 1957; Oct. 3, 1957; Dec. 31, 1957 (23 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 10 Adolf Sindler, 1958-1965: May 5, 1958; June 12, 1958; Sept. 20, 1958; Dec. 21, 1958; Feb. 22, 1959; July 7, 1959; Sept. 28, 1959; Jan. 1, 1960; April 17, 1960; July 14, 1960; Dec. 21, 1960; Aug. 4, 1961; Dec. 14, 1961; April 15, 1962; Oct. 14, 1962; Dec. 25, 1962; Dec. 25, 1963, Dec. 14, 1964; Dec. 28, 1965 (19 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 11 Ernst Sinsberg, April 30, 1951; June 9, 1951 (2 Letters)

Statsvetenskaplig Tidskrifts, Sept. 20, 1949; Dec. 7, 1949; Jan. 20, 1956 (3 Letters)

Steinberg-Verlag, 1949-1954(: July 11, 1949; May 24, 1950; Sept. 27, 1950; June 30, 19544 Letters)

Süddeutscher Fussball-U.Leichathletik Verband, Dec. 1932 (1 Letter)

Südwestfunk,1947-1948: Dec. 16, 1947; May 3, 1948; June 30, 1948; July 23, 1948; Aug. 7, 1948; Dec. 6, 1948(6 Letters)

Südwest-Presse, July 13, 1954; Sept. 29, 1954 (2 Letters)

Szczesny Verlag, Aug 27, 1963 (1 Letter)

Box 2, Folder 12 Gabrielle Tergit, 1950-1960: Sept. 19, 1950; April 28, 1956; June 6, 1956; Sept. 19, 1956; Jan. 1, 1957; Oct. 26, 1957; Dec. 13, 1957; Jan. 2, 1959; Jan. 15, 1959; Oct. 10, 1959; Jan. 25, 1960; April 10, 1960; July 5, 1960; Sept. 18, 1960; Nov. 12, 1960; Nov. 20, 1960(16 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 13 Gabrielle Tergit, 1961-1962: Jan. 4, 1961; Feb 10, 1961; Feb. 17, 1961; March, 29, 1961; May 9, 1961; June 1, 1961; June 30, 1961; Aug. 10, 1961; Sept. 7, 1961; Dec. 12, 1961; March 9, 1962; June 29, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Nov. 5, 1962; undated note with cutting of review ofStaatsnot, Recht und Gewalt (17 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 14 Gabrielle Tergit, 1963-1969: Jan. 22, 1963; March 6, 1963; April 17, 1963; July 14, 1963; Aug. 15, 1963; Nov. 28, 1963; March 7, 1964; April 21, 1964; May 21, 1964; Oct. 28, 1964; Jan. 17, 1965; March 23, 1965; July 22, 1965; Dec. 4, 1965; May 29, 1966; Aug. 5, 1966; Nov. 26, 1966; June 27, 1967; Nov. 16, 1967; Jan. 29; 1968; Feb. 1968; July 5, 1968; Feb. 20, 1969; April 16, 1969; May 25, 1969 257 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 15 Tiden, 1950: Jan. 23, 1950; Jan. 24, 1950; April 1, 1950; May 8, 1950 (4 Letters)

Friedrich Torberg,1949: Nov. 24, 1949; Dec. 29, 1949 (2 Letters)

Universitas-Verlag 1948: July 5, 1948; Oct. 12, 1948 (2 Letters)

F. Valk, 1946-1949 (11 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 16 Verlag Hans Carl, Sept. 25, 1957 (1 Letter)

Verlag Kurt Desch, 1950-1963 (39 Letters)

Verlag Otto Walter, 1960: Feb. 19, 1960; May 23, 1960 (2 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 17 Vierteljahrshefte Für Zeitgeschichte, 1960-1961: April 7, 1960; Dec. 23, 1960; May 5, 1961 (3 Letters)

Vrij, 1949: Sept. 10, 1949; Sept. 26, 1949; Nov. 29, 1949 (3 Letters)

Michael Wächter, 1949: May 4, 1949 (1 Letter)

Prof. Waldinger, 1958: May 7, 1958>(1 Letter)

Hilde Waldo (secretary to Leon Feuchtwanger),1958-1969: Sept. 26, 1949; Jan. 25, 1959; July 9, 1959; Nov. 25, 1965; Sept. 12, 1969; March 24, 196?, undated Christmas card (7 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 18 Ernest Warschauer, 1960-1964: May 11, 1960; Jan. 25, 1962; March 11, 1962; July 29, 1962; Aug. 3, 1962; Oct. 25, 1962; Nov. 13, 1962; Nov. 15, 1962; Dec. 8, 1962; Feb. 12, 1964; undated note (12 Letters)

Christian Wegner Verlag, 1962-1963: Sept. 10, 1962; Oct. 18, 1963; Dec. 3, 1963 (3 Letters)

Dr. Jacob Weinberg, 1951: Nov. 9, 1951 (1 Letter)

Die Welt, 1959: July 20, 1958 (1 Letter)

Who’s Who in World Jewry, 1955: March 31, 1955 (1 Letter)

Henry Wittner, 1950: July, 31, 1950 (1 Letter)

Box 2, Folder 19 Arnold Zweig, 1942-1967: April 3, 1942; Feb. 22, 1943; Dec. 5, 1945; Dec. 9, 1945; Jan. 27, 1946; May 23, 1946; Dec. 8, 1946; Jan. 15, 1948; Nov. 15, 1948; March 12, 1949; May 22, 1949; July 26, 1949; Spet. 3, 1949; Oct. 24, 1949; Jan. 10, 1950; Jan. 16, 1950; Feb. 4, 1950; May 14, 1950; Feb. 6, 1956; Jan. 29, 1965; Nov. 30, 1967; 3 undated (25 Letters)

Subseries B: From Grosshut

Box 2, Folder 20 Mrs. Abraham, 1965: Sept. 22, 1965 (1 Letter)

Allgemeine, 1949-1967: Nov. 12, 1949; Jan. 29, 1951; April 22, 1959; June 2, 1959; June 30, 1959; Sept. 6, 1962; Sept. 10, 1962; April 17, 1963; Oct. 28, 1963; Jan. 18, 1966; Feb. 6, 1966; March 17, 1966; May 15, 1966; June 27, 1966; Aug. 12, 1966; Nov. 24, 1967 (16 Letters)

AJR Information (Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain),1960: Feb. 22, 1960; June 2, 1960 (2 Letters)

Aufbau, 1958-1963: July 9, 1958; Aug. 6, 1962; March 11, 1963; April 4, 1963 (4 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 21 V. Baum, 1949: Sept. 18, 1949; Nov. 5, 1949 (2 Letters)

Dr. Beidler, 1949: June 28, 1949 (1 Letter)

Walter Berendsohn1958-1969: June 27, 1958; Dec. 1, 1958; Aug. 2, 1960; May 7, 1964; Nov. 19, 1965; Jan. 9, 1966; Oct. 30, 1966; May 1, 1967; Jan. 26, 1968, Jan. 16, 1969; Feb., 1969 (11 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 22 Berg am Starnberger See (W. Gastl, Bürgermeister), 1954-1958: July 8, 1954; March 7, 1958 (2 Letters)

Bermann-Fischer Verlag,1949: Aug. 12, 1949 (1 Letter)

Bertlesmann-Verlag,1960: May 3, 1960 (1 Letter)

Blue Card,1969: May 11, 1969(1 Letter)

Books Abroad, 1950-1962: April 5, 1950; Oct. 23, 1950; July 1, 1958; Aug. 25, 1959; Sept. 21, 1959; April 7, 1960; Aug. 21, 1960; Feb. 9, 1961; July 13, 1961; Sept. 30, 1962; Feb. 11, 1963; June 6, 1963; Aug. 2, 1962 (13 Letters)

Max Brod, 1954: Feb. 27, 1954 (1 Letter)

Box 2, Folder 23 Chambers Record Corp., 1960: March 1, 1960 (1 Letter)

Chase National Bank, 1953: Feb. 13, 1953 (1 Letter)

Claaasen-Verlag, 1959: Feb. 19, 1959 (1 Letter)

Commentary, 1949-1950: Nov. 15, 1949; Feb. 13, 1950 (2 Letters)

J.G. Cotta’sche Buchhandling, 1960: Feb. 2, 1960 (1 Letter)

Deutsche Bibliothek, 1961: Jan. 12, 1961; Feb. 14, 1961 (2 Letters)

Deutsche Rundschau, 1960-1964: June 1, 1960; Sept. 19, 1960; Dec. 27, 1961; Jan. 10, 1962; Jan. 30, 1962; Feb. 26, 1962; March 7, 1962; April 17, 1962; May 3, 1962; May 31, 1962; June 17, 1962; Sept. 11, 1962; Sept. 21, 1692; Oct. 25, 1962; Dec. 22, 1962; Jan. 28, 1963; Feb. 20, 1963; July 1, 1963; Aug. 11, 1963; Sept. 5, 1963; Feb 16. 1964 (22 Letters)

Box 2, Folder 24 Deutsche Volkszeitung, 1961: June 16, 1961; July 13, 1961 (2 Letters)

Deutscher Presseklub, 1958: July 9, 1958 (1 Letter)

Erich Drucker Books, 1963-1969: Oct. 9, 1963; May 24, 1964; Sept. 8, 1964; Nov. 24, 1967; Jan. 14, 1969 (5 Letters)

Presse-Agentur Dukas, 1949: Oct. 21, 1949 (1 Letter)

Du Selbst, 1962-1963: Sept. 26, 1962; Nov. 5, 1962; Feb. 4, 1963; March 24, 1963; May 1, 1963; July 1, 1963; Aug. 15, 1963; Aug. 19, 1963; Aug. 20, 1963 (9 Letters)

Dr. Eppelsheimer, 1960: Sept. 27, 1960 (1 Letter)

Erik Fahlbeck, 1949: Sept. 16, 1949 (1 Letter)

Box 2, Folder 25 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1948-1949: Nov. 18, 1948; Dec. 25, 1948; June 13, 1949; June 21, 1949; July 10, 1949; July 31, 1949; Oct. 15, 1949; Oct. 30, 1949; Npv/ 20. 1949; Dec. 20, 1949 (10 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 26 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1950: Jan. 1, 1950; Jan. 17, 1950; Feb. 3, 1950; Feb. 8, 1950; Feb. 13, 1950; Feb. 28, 1950; March 14, 1950; March 22, 1950; March 28, 1950; March 30, 1950; April 12, 1950; April 23, 1950; Sept. 30, 1950; Oct. 3, 1950 (15 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 27 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1951-1954: Jan. 27, 1951; May 28, 1951, July 14, 1951; Aug. 10, 1951; July 5, 1952; Nov. 25, 1953; Dec. 27, 1953; July 17, 1954; March 7, 1954; April 27, 1954; June 4, 1954; June 21, 1954; Nov. 13, 1954 (13 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 28 Lion Feuchtwanger, 1958-1967: April 25, 1958; May 5, 1958; May 13, 1958; June 1, 1958; June 24, 1958; Aug. 20, 1958; Oct. 1, 1958; Dec. 1, 1958; Feb. 6, 1959; May 14, 1959; Nov. 15, 1960; May 7, 1963; July 30, 1963; Jan. 19, 1967; undated (15 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 29 Marta Feuchtwanger, 1958-1962: Dec. 22, 1958; June 2, 1959; Aug. 25, 1959; Sept. 17, 1959; Sept. 21, 1959; April 19, 1960; July 7, 1960; Jan. 19, 1961; May 10, 1961; July 26, 1961; Nov. 6, 1961; Jan. 12, 1962; June 25, 1962 (13 Letters)
Box 2, Folder 30 Marta Feuchtwanger, 1963-1969: Jan. 11, 1963; Oct. 25, 1963; Jan. 17, 1964; May. 17, 1964; Oct. 16, 1964; Sept. 22, 1965; Jan. 4, 1966; Jan. 5, 1966; March 1, 1967; Aug. 4, 1967; Sept. 28, 1967; Sept. 25, 1968; Nov. 30, 1968; Jan-?, 1969; Nov. 16, 1969 (15 Letters)
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 Dr. Fischer, 1949: Sept. 1, 1949; Sept 4, 1949; Sept. 5, 1949 (3 Letters)

S. Fischer Verlag, 1956-1957: Feb. 22, 1956; Feb. 22, 1957 (2 Letters)

Barthold Fles, 1963: March 26, 1963; April 4, 1963; April 30, 1963; July 7, 1963 (4 Letters)

Frankfurter Allgemeine, 1963: Sept. 25, 1963; Oct. 26, 1963(2 Letters)

Frankfurter Hefte, 1954: June 18, 1954 (1 Letter)

Frankfurter Ilustrierten Zeitung, 1958-1959: Nov. 8, 1958; Nov. 14, 1958; March 19, 1959 (3 Letters)

Freudenthal, 1949: May 9, 1949 (1 Letter)

Richard Friedenthal, 1949: Jan. 20, 1949 (1 Letter)

Lotte Fürnberg, 1965: April 27, 1965 (1 Letter)

Gayda Press, 1954: July 8, 1954 (1 Letter)

Dr. George, 1963: March 22, 1963 (1 Letter)

Ginsberg, 1951: Aug. 4, 1951 (1 Letter)

Box 3, Folder 2 Glock & Lutz Verlag, 1961-1962: Aug. 3, 1961, Nov. 13, 1961, Dec. 14, 1961, Dec. 27, 1967; Jan. 10, 1962; Jan. 16, 1962; Jan. 23, 1962; Jan. 25, 1962; Feb. 14, 1962; March 5, 1962; March 19, 1962; March 28, 1962; April 2, 1962; Aprill 22, 1962; May 17, 1962; July 31, 1962; Aug. 6, 1962, Aug. 30, 1962; Sept. 30, 1962; Oct. 9, 1962; Oct. 22, 1962; Oct. 27, 1962; Nov. 15, 1962; Nov. 26, 1962, Dec. 27, 1962 (26 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 3 Glock & Lutz Verlag, 1963-1968: Jan. 6, 1963; Jan. 19, 1963; Feb. 22, 1963; Feb. 26, 1963; March 25, 1963; May 2, 1963; June 6, 1963; July 7, 1963; July 25, 1963; Dec. 17, 1963; Oct. 16, 1964; Dec. 14, 1964; April 27, 1965; Aug. 15, 1966; Jan. 2, 1968 (15 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 4 Claire Goll, 1953-1958: Nov. 20, 1958; May, 15, 1954; July 9, 1954; June 11, 1958 (4 Letters)

Frau Gömmel, 1963: June 18, 1963 (1 Letter)

Frau Graf 1958-1967: July 9, 1958; July 4, 1967 (2 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 5 Oskar Maria Graf, 1950-1958: Feb. 3, 1950; Feb. 14 1950; March 4, 1950; April 14, 1950; May 15, 1954; June 13, 1954; June 21, 1954; July 8, 1954; July 21, 1954; April 6, 1958; May 1, 1958; May 21, 1958; June 1, 1958; June 11, 1958; June 23, 1958; July 12, 1958; Sept. 4, 1958; Dec. 1, 1958 (18 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 6 Oskar Maria Graf, 1959-1961: May 7, 1959; May 20, 1959; May 10, 1960; June 28, 1960; July 1, 1960; July 4, 1960; Sept. 8, 1960; Feb. 23, 1961; March 14, 1961; March 23, 1961; April 11, 1961; April 18, 1961; May 10, 1961; June 7, 1961; June 11, 1961l; June 27; 1961; June 29, 1961; Dec. 27, 1961 (18 Letters).
Box 3, Folder 7 Oskar Maria Graf, 1962-1967: May 10, 1962; June 20, 1962; Aug. 30, 1962; Aug. 30, 1962; Sept. 22, 1962; Dec. 9, 1962; Jan. 10, 1963; Feb 27, 1963; June 11, 1963; Sept. 2, 1963; Oct. 25, 1963; Jan. 26, 1964; Feb. 24, 1964; May 17, 1964; July 22, 1964; Feb. 27, 1966; May 2, 1966; June 6, 1966; May 10, 1967 (18 Letters).
Box 3, Folder 8 Greenberg, 1949: Nov. 27, 1949(1 Letter)

Kurt R. Grossman, 1961-1967: June 11, 1961; June 28, 1968; Jan. 30, 1962; April 8, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Sept. 6, 1962; Sept. 21, 1962; Oct. 11, 1962; Oct. 25, 1962; Jan. 10, 1963; April 30, 1963; Sept. 8, 1964; May 25, 1967 (13 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 9 E.J. Gumbel, 1962-1966: April 8, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Oct. 9, 1962; Nov. 8, 1962; Dec. 9, 1962; Dec. 28, 1962; Jan. 30, 1963; Feb. 26, 1963; March 12, 1963; March 23, 1963, April 23, 1963; June 2, 1963; June 11, 1963; Nov. 26, 1963; Jan. 3, 1964; Feb. 16, 1964; Sept. 8, 1964; Dec. 28, 1964; April 27, 1965; Feb. 17, 1966 (20 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 10 Edwin Halle, 1963-1965: June 25, 1963; May 31, 1965 (2 Letters)

Dr. Harry, 1963: June 18, 1963 (1 Letter)

Dr. Hausner, 1963: April 2, 1963; July 19, 1963 (2 Letters)

Ben Hecht, 1960: Dec. 19, 1960 (1 Letter)

Dr. Hirsch (Querido/Bermann-Fischer Verlag), 1948-1964: Feb. 27, 1948; June 25, 1949; Sept. 9, 1949; Jan. 7, 1964(4 Letters)

Hans Georg Hirsch, 1959: June 2, 1959 (1 Letter)

Box 3, Folder 11 Max Hirschberg, 1960-1961: June 17, 1960; July 22, 1960; Aug. 18, 1960; Sept. 27. 1960; Nov. 6, 1960; Jan. 11, 1961; Feb. 2, 1961; Sept. 6, 1961; Dec. 8, 1961; Dec. 27, 1961 (11 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 12 Max Hirschberg, 1962-1963: Jan. 3, 1962; Jan. 10, 1962; Jan. 25, 1962; March 1, 1962; April 18, 1962; May 21, 1962; Sept. 6, 1962; Sept. 24, 1962; Oct. 15, 1962; Nov. 20, 1962; Jan. 31, 1963; April 15, 1963; May 7, 1963; Aug. 2, 1963; Sept. 25, 1963; Oct. 15, 1963; Oct. 22, 1963; Dec. 17, 1963 (18 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 13 Ira A. Hirschmann, 1949: Oct. 27, 1949; Nov. 10, 1949 (2 Letters)

B.W. Huebsch, 1960: May 3, 1960 (1 Letter)

Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, 1960: July 20, 1960; Aug. 6, 1960; Aug. 31, 1960 (3 Letters)

Klaus W. Jonas, 1964: Jan. 26, 1964 (1 Letter)

Jüdische Gemeinde Wiesbaden, 1966: Jan. 17, 1966 (1 Letter)

Jüdische Wochenschau (Dr. Swarsensky), 1949-1959: Nov. 13, 1949; Nov. 29, 1949; June 27, 1958; Aug. 6, 1958; Feb. 24, 1959 (5 Letters)

Ossip Kalenter, 1961: March 22, 1961; March 23, 1961; April 12, 1961; April 18, 1961 (4 Letters)

Hans Kelsen, 1949: July 27, 1949 (1 Letter)

Box 3, Folder 14 Dr. B. Kempner, 1949-1965: Oct. 15, 1949; Nov. 10, 1949; Aug. 29, 1962; Nov. 15, 1962; Nov. 26, 1962; Nov. 27, 1962; Dec. 26, 1962; Feb. 22, 1963; March 23, 1963; April 4, 1963; July 5, 1963; Sept. 8, 1964; Oct. 24, 1964; Jan. 4, 1965; Feb. 16, 1965 (15 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 15 Hermann Kesten, 1949-1959: July 30, 1949; Oct. 27, 1949; Dec. 19, 1949; Jan. 17, 1950; March 14, 1950; June 24, 1950; July 18, 1951; Dec. 3, 1951; Jan. 24, 1954; April 23, 1959; May 18, 1959; Dec. 13, 1959 (12 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 16 Hermann Kesten, 1960-1963: Jan. 2, 1960; Jan. 11, 1960, March 11, 1960; April 1, 1960; April 19, 1960; June 6, 1960; Aug. 19, 1960; Feb. 23, 1961; March 25, May 7, 1962; Dec. 29, 1962; Aug. 20, 1963 (15 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 17 Frau Kiepenheuer, 1949-1965: Nov. 13, 1949; Dec. 21, 1949; Feb. 12, 1950; Jan. 14, 1960; April 21, 1965; undated, fragment (page 2 only) (2 Letters)

Kindler-Verlag, 1957: April 19, 1957 (1 Letter)

Alexander Kipnis, 1949: Nov. 10, 1949 (1 Letter)

Konkret-Verlag, 1962: Aug. 7, 1962 (1 Letter)

S. Kracauer, 1965: Jan. 25, 1965; March 12, 1965 (2 Letters)

Die Kultur (Dr. Swarsensky), 1959-1962: May 7, 1959; June 4, 1959; April 1, 1959; Dec. 2, 1960; March 24, 1961; April 8, 1962; Aug. 7, 1962 (7 Letters)

Dr. Margarete Kupper, 1965-1969: May 26, 1965; Jan. 25, 1966; Feb. 19, 1969 (3 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 18 Dr. Lamm, 1960: Aug. 21, 1960 (1 Letter)

Leo Baeck Institute, 1960: April 1, 1960 (1 Letter)

Max Lerner, 1950-1964: Oct. 19, 1950; Aug. 4, 1951; Aug. 13, 1962; Dec. 9, 1962; Sept. 27, 1964 (5 Letters)

Prof. Leschnitzer, 1959: Feb. 6, 1959 (1 Letter)

J. Lesser, 1963: May 19, 1963; July 5, 1963; Sept. 13, 1963 (3 Letters)

H. Lewey, 1967: Dec. 4, 1967 (1 Letter)

Libris, 1965-1966: Jan. 14, 1965; Oct. 26, 1966 (2 Letters)

Peter M. Lindt, 1950-1954: March 9, 1950; April 4, 1950; Feb. 27, 1954 (3 Letters)

Luschnat, 1961-1962: Dec. 6, 1961; Jan. 15, 1962; April 11, 1962 (3 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 19 Erkia Mann, 1949-1966: Sept. 1, 1949; Sept. 3, 1949; Sept. 5, 1949; Sept. 13, 1949; Oct. 18, 1949; Nov. 16, 1949; Nov. 29, 1949; Feb. 14, 1950; Sept. 30, 1950; Oct. 21, 1960; Sept. 5, 1963; Jan. 9, 1966; Feb. 9, 1966; Feb. 24, 1966; undated (16 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 20 Heinrich Mann, 1949-1950: June 28, 1949; Aug. 22, 1949; Dec. 20, 1949; Feb. 14, 1950; Nov. 17, 1950 (5 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 21 Thomas Mann, 1949-1955: May 21, 1949; May 24, 1959; June 16, 1949; June 17, 1949; Oct. 18, 1949; Dec. 5, 1949; Dec. 27, 1949; March 14, 1950; June 4, 1950; Sept. 30, 1950; March 22, 1952; June 7, 1952; June 3, 1955; Oct. 21, n.y. (14 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 22 Dr, B. Mannes, 1956-1963: May 24, 1956; Jan. 20, 1957; Jan. 26, 1957; Oct. 29, 1961; Dec. 19, 1961; Jan. 12, 1962; Oct. 3, 1962; Jan. 11, 1963; April 15, 1963; May 13, 1963; May 23, 1963; May 31, 1963 (13 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 23 Dr, B. Mannes, 1963-1965: June 27, 1963; July 15, 1963; July 16, 1963; Aug. 12, 9163, Aug. 19, 1963; Oct. 25, 1963; Jan. 7, 1964; March 3, 1964; May 7, 1964; June 7, 1964; July 28, 1964; Oct. 19, 1964; Nov. 4, 1964; May 6, 1965; July 4, 1965; July 28, 1965; Sept. 28, 1965; legal breif document, dated June 15, 1965, and presumably sent to Dr. Mannes (18 Letters)
Box 3, Folder 24 Ludwig Marcuse, 1952-1959: Feb. 10, 1952; Jan. 5, 1954; Feb. 6, 1959; May 7, 1959(4 Letters)

Martini, 1964: Dec. 13, 1964 (1 Letter)

Herbert Marx, 1958: Sept. 17, 1958 (1 Letter)

Lilly Marx, 1966: Dec. 18, 1966 (1 Letter)

Dr. Moser, 1969: Jan. 15, 1969 (1 Letter)

München, Magistrat der Stadt, 1958: May 1958(1 Letter)

The Musical Heritage Society, 1968: Jan. 14, 1968 (1 Letter)

Michael A. Musmanno, 1950-1954: March 9, 1950; April 4, 1950; Feb. 27, 1954 (3 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 25 Peter Naacher, 1960-1961: June 17, 1960; May 10, 1961 (2 Letters)

National Jewish Music Council, 1953: Nov. 20, 1953 (1 Letter)

Nationalzeitung, 1962: Nov. 26, 1962 (1 Letter)

Dr. Robert Nebinger, 1960-1962: July 27, 1960; Feb. 6, 1961; March 1, 1962; Oct. 22, 1960; Dec. 28, 1962 (5 Letters)

Nest-Verlag, 1959: June 22, 1959 (1 Letter)

Die Neue Geseelschaft, 1960-1962: July 8, 1960; July 18, 1960; Aug. 24, 1960; Oct. 17, 1960; Nov. 28, 1960; April 26, 1962; May 10, 1962 (7 Letters)

Alfred Neumann, 1949: May 16, 1949; June 18, 1949; Sept. 14, 1949; Nov. 8, 1949 (4 Letters)

Norden, 1949-1950: Nov. 30, 1949; Jan. 25, 1950 (2 Letters)

Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk, 1948: June 27, 1948(1 Letter)

Prof. Noth, 1958-1960: May 5, 1958; Nov. 16, 1960 (2 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 26 Das Parlament, 1960: Nov. 29, 1960 (1 Letter)

Prof. Pechel, 1961-1962: Feb. 28, 1961; March 5, 1961; March 24, 1961; April 25, 1961; May 31, 1961; June 16, 1961; June 26, 1961; July 6, 1961; July 25, 1961; Aug. 24, 1961; Oct. 2, 1961; Oct. 4, 1961; Oct. 16, 1961; Dec. 15, 1961; Jan. 12, 1962; March 14, 1962 (17 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 27 P.E.N. Club, 1969: Jan. 16, 1969; Feb. 18, 1969 (2 Letters)

Prof. Pfeiler, 1958-1959: May 5, 1958; May 18, 1958; Jan. 17, 1959; Jan. 19, 1959 (4 Letters)

Erwin Piscator, 1948-1951: Feb. 7, 1948; Feb. 27, 1948; Oct. 15, 1950; March 21, 1951; May 4, 1951 (5 Letters)

Dr. Harry Pross, 1960-1963: Feb. 22, 1960; Aug. 28, 1960; Oct. 12, 1962; Jan. 11, 1963 (4 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 28 Record Hunter, 1957: Dec. 15, 1957; undated (2 Letters)

Dr. Rehfisch, 1948: July 23, 1948 (1 Letter)

Dr. Adolf Reifferscheidt, der Generalkonsul der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 1958: May 6, 1958; May 27, 1958 (2 Letters)

Rheinsische Merkur, 1954: June 18, 1954 (1 Letter)

Mary S. Rosenberg, 1953-1969: Dec. 7, 1953; Jan. 24, 1958; Jan. 14, 1960; June 21, 1960; July 19, 1960; Aug. 22, 1960; Oct. 13, 1960; Jan. 4, 1961; June 1, 1961; June 8, 1961; Dec. 4, 1961; Jan. 15, 1962; April 26, 1962; June 19, 1962; Nov. 20, 1962; Oct. 31, 1963; Dec. 3, 1963; Sept. 17, 1964; Feb. 11, 1965; Oct. 19, 1965; Jan. 14, 1969 (21 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 29 Rowohlt-Verlag (P. Rühmkorf), 1953-1967: Sept. 16, 1953; Jan. 12, 1954; June 14, 1954; June 26, 1958; Feb. 20, 1959; Feb. 23, 1959; April 3, 1967; June 6, 1967; July 26, 1967 (9 Letters)

Rowohlts Deutsche Enzyklopädie (Prof. Grassi), 1959-1960: May 19, 1959; June 4, 1959; June 22, 1959; Aug. 11, 1959; Sept. 15, 1959; Sept. 16, 1959; April 21, 1960; July 1, 1960; July 4, 1960 (10 Letters)

Box 3, Folder 30 W. Schaber, 1962-1967: Oct. 12, 1962; Feb. 4, 1963; Feb. 27, 1963; May 23, 1963; June 4, 1963; June 20, 1966; April 3, 1967 (7 Letters)

Schiller Nationalmuseum, 1967-1970: May 1, 1967; May 22, 1967; Jan. 27, 1969; Aug. 1, 1969; Aug. 2, 1969; Aug. 16, 1969; Sept. 21, 1970 (8 Letters)

Dr. Willy Schmidt, 1961: Nov. 2, 1961 (1 Letter)

Hans Schneider, 1969: March 8, 1969 (1 Letter)

Fred Schroer, 1949: July 8, 1949 (1 Letter)

Dr. Schuelein, 1958-1959: May 5, 1958; Feb 6, 1959 (2 Letters)

William L. Shirer, 1962-1963: Feb. 14, 1962; April 23, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Oct. 11, 1962; Feb. 26, 1963; April 10, 1963 (6 Letters)

Norden, 1949-1950: Nov. 30, 1949; Jan. 25, 1950 (2 Letters)

Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 Dr. Shuster, 1958: May 6, 1958 (1 Letter)

Gerhard Simson, 1949: Sept. 13, 1949 (1 Letter)

Upton Sinclair, 1958-1962: Sept. 19, 1958; Jan. 30, 1959; April 5, 1959; May 7, 1959; April 21, 1960; May 7, 1961; May 24, 1962 (7 Letters)

Adolf Sindler, 1962: Oct. 9, 1962 (1 Letter)

Societäts-Druckerei Verlag, 1959: May 14, 1959; June 2, 1959 (2 Letters)

Stahlberg Verlag, 1959: July 19, 1959 (1 Letter)

Statesman and Nation, 1949: Nov. 25, 1949 (1 Letters)

Frau S. Steinberg, 1953: Sept. 9, 1953 (1 Letter)

Steinberg-Verlag, 1953: Sept. 9, 1953 (1 Letter)

Sternfeld, 1957: Feb. 23, 1957; March 30, 1957 (2 Letters)

Süddeutsche Zeitung, 1963: Oct. 26, 1963; undated (1 Letter)

Süddeutscher Rundfunk, 1953: Feb. 13, 1953 (1 Letter)

Südwestfunk, 1948: Nov. 18, 1948(1 Letter)

Südwest-Presse, 1954: July 8, 1954 (1 Letter)

Szczesny Verlag, 1963: Aug. 22, 1963 (1 Letter)

Dr. Tau, 1948: April 30, 1948; July 12, 1948; Sept. 19, 1949 (3 Letters)

Telford Taylor, 1962: May 7, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Oct. 9, 1962; Oct. 15, 1962(4 Letters)

Tetens, 1962: Feb. 14, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962 (2 Letters)

Box 4, Folder 2 Gabrielle Tergit, 1958-1961: June 27, 1958; Nov. 21, 1958; Jan. 8, 1959; June 29, 1960; July 12, 1960; Sept. 28, 1960; Nov. 16, 1960; Jan. 11, 1961; Feb. 14, 1961; April 7, 1961; April 11, 1961; April 18, 1961; June 25, 1961; July 6, 1961; Aug. 4, 1961; Sept. 13, 1961 (18 Letters)
Box 4, Folder 3 Gabrielle Tergit, 1962-1964: March 3, 1962; March 12, 1962; July 5, 1962; Aug. 29, 1962; Sept. 11, 1962; Sept. 21, 1962; Oct. 9, 1962; Nov. 13, 1962; Feb. 27, 1963; March 25, 1963; April 19, 1963; April 23, 1961; June 4, 1963; July 25, 1963; Aug. 8, 1963; Sept. 2, 1963; Dec. 17, 1963; March 31, 1964; May 17, 1964; June 7, 1964; Nov. 2, 1964 (21 Letters)
Box 4, Folder 4 Gabrielle Tergit, 1965-1969: March 4, 1965; April 12, 1965; Aug. 23, 1965; Jan. 20, 1966; April 29, 1966; July 30, 1966; Aug. 22, 1961; Jan. 19, 1967; July 4, 1967; Dec. 10, 1967; Feb. 18, 1969; March 10, 1969 (12 Letters)
Box 4, Folder 5 Toscanini, 1952: Jan. 3, 1952 (1 Letter)

Universitas-Verlag, 1948-1949: June 26, 1948; March 7, 1949 (2 Letters)

F. Valk, 1949: Sept. 6, 1949 (1 Letter)

Verlag Kösel & Pustet, 1951: June 2, 1951(1 Letter)

Verlag Kurt Desch, 1958: Feb. 23, 1958; March 10, 1958; June 25, 1958; July 1, 1958 (5 Letters)

Verlag Otto Walter, 1960: Feb. 2, 1960 (1 Letter)

Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 1965: Jan. 14, 1965 (1 Letters)

Vierteljahrshefte Für Zeitgeschichte, 1960-1961: Feb. 6, 1960; May 3, 1960; Nov. 7, 1960; Feb. 5, 1961; Feb. 14, 1961; April 25, 1961; Aug. 3, 1961 (7 Letters)

Vrij Nederland, 1949: Nov. 16, 1949 (1 Letter)

Prof. Waldinger, 1958: May 5, 1958 (1 Letter)

Hilde Waldo, 1959-1966: Jan. 28, 1959; Dec. 13, 1965; Jan. 5, 1966; March 17, 1966 (4 Letters)

Wallenberg, 1958: May 6, 1958 (1 Letter)

S.E. Warburg, 1949: Jan. 20, 1949 (1 Letter)

Box 4, Folder 6 Dr. Ernst Warschauer, 1960-1967: May 16, 1960; June 6, 1960; June 28, 1960; July 14, 1960; Aug. 1, 1960; Aug. 28, 1960; June 27, 1961; March 13, 1962; Oct. 29, 1962; Nov. 20, 1962; Dec. 26, 1962; Oct. 22, 1963; Nov. 26, 1963; Feb. 16, 1964; March 9, 1964; March 22, 1964; Nov. 20, 1964; Feb. 20, 1967; March 1, 1967 (19 Letters)
Box 4, Folder 7 Christian Wegner Verlag, 1963-1964: Oct. 28, 1963; Nov. 1963; Jan. 26, 1963 (3 Letters)

Who’s Who in World Jewry, 1954: March 12, 1954 (1 Letter)

Otto Wirth Verlag, 1962: May 17, 1962 (1 Letter)

Die Zeit, 1962: Nov. 26, 1962 (1 Letter)

Prof. Zohn, 1958: May 5, 1958 (1 Letter)

Arnold Zweig, 1949-1968: Nov. 5, 1949; April 3, 1950; Feb. 18, 1965; April 19, 1965; March 5, 1966; Aug. 9, 1966; Nov. 29, 1968 (7 Letters)

William L. Shirer, 1962-1963: Feb. 14, 1962; April 23, 1962; Aug. 13, 1962; Oct. 11, 1962; Feb. 26, 1963; April 10, 1963 (6 Letters)

Norden, 1949-1950: Nov. 30, 1949; Jan. 25, 1950 (2 Letters)

Series II: Manuscipts – Fiction

(6 boxes)

Subseries A: Novels

Tanz Um Paris, unpublished tpyed manuscript, Revised version of Aktion Annibal, 715pp
Box 4, Folder 8 Three copies of a snyopsis of the novel and a list of the parts of the book and its chapter headings.
Part one: Der Plan
Box 4, Folder 9 Title pages and Chapter 1: Knüpfung, 49pp
Box 4, Folder 10 Chapter 2: Veränderungen, 56pp
Box 4, Folder 11 Chapter 3: Auf Suche, 53pp
Box 4, Folder 12 Chapter 4: Es Geht An! 67pp
Box 4, Folder 13 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt, 80pp
Box 4, Folder 14 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris, 54pp
Part Two: In Der Woge
Box 4, Folder 15 Chapter 1: Veränderte Front, 44pp
Box 4, Folder 16 Chapter 2: Kreisende Zeiger, 29pp
Box 4, Folder 17 Chapter 3: Die Grosse Chance, 24pp
Box 4, Folder 18 Chapter 4: Die Wende, 30pp
Box 4, Folder 19 Chapter 5: Im Zeichen Der Weltausstellung, 24pp
Box 4, Folder 20 Chapter 6: Die Antisemitische Liga, 25 pp
Box 4, Folder 21 Chapter 7: Ein Jegliches Hat Seine Zeit, 39pp
Part Three: Die Entscheidung
Box 4, Folder 22 Chapter 1: Die Entdeckung, 39pp
Box 4, Folder 23 Chapter 2: Vor Der Entscheidung, 12pp
Box 4, Folder 24 Kampf Um Wagner, 42pp
Box 4, Folder 25 Ballet ‘Annibal,’ 48pp
Box 5
Tanz Um Paris, Carbon Copy of Above
Part one: Der Plan
Box 5, Folder 1 Title pages and Chapter 1: Knüpfung
Box 5, Folder 2 Chapter 2: Veränderungen
Box 5, Folder 3 Chapter 3: Auf Suche
Box 5, Folder 4 Chapter 4: Es Geht An!
Box 5, Folder 5 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt
Box 5, Folder 6 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris
Part Two: In Der Woge
Box 5, Folder 7 Chapter 1: Veränderte Front
Box 5, Folder 8 Chapter 2: Kreisende Zeiger
Box 5, Folder 9 Chapter 3: Die Grosse Chance
Box 5, Folder 10 Chapter 4: Die Wende
Box 5, Folder 11 Chapter 5: Im Zeichen Der Weltausstellung
Box 5, Folder 12 Chapter 6: Die Antisemitische Liga
Box 5, Folder 13 Chapter 7: Ein Jegliches Hat Seine Zeit
Part Three: Die Entscheidung
Box 5, Folder 14 Chapter 1: Die Entdeckung
Box 5, Folder 15 Chapter 2: Vor Der Entscheidung
Box 5, Folder 16 Kampf Um Wagner
Box 5, Folder 17 Ballet ‘Annibal’
Tanz Um Paris 2nd Carbon Copy
Part one: Der Plan
Box 5, Folder 18 Title pages and Chapter 1
Box 5, Folder 19 Chapter 2: Veränderungen
Box 5, Folder 20 Chapter 3: Auf Suche
Box 5, Folder 21 Chapter 4: Es Geht An!
Box 5, Folder 22 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt
Box 5, Folder 23 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris
Part Two: In Der Woge
Box 5, Folder 24 Chapter 1: Veränderte Front
Box 5, Folder 25 Chapter 2: Kreisende Zeiger
Box 5, Folder 26 Chapter 3: Die Grosse Chance
Box 5, Folder 27 Chapter 4: Die Wende
Box 5, Folder 28 Chapter 5: Im Zeichen Der Weltausstellung
Box 5, Folder 29 Chapter 6: Die Antisemitische Liga
Box 5, Folder 30 Chapter 7: Ein Jegliches Hat Seine Zeit
Part Three: Die Entscheidung
Box 5, Folder 31 Chapter 1: Die Entdeckung
Box 5, Folder 32 Chapter 2: Vor Der Entscheidung
Box 5, Folder 33 Kampf Um Wagner
Box 5, Folder 34 Ballet ‘Annibal’
Box 6
Aktion Annibal, earlier version of Tanz Um Paris, Typescript, 902pp
Part one: Der Plan
Box 6, Folder 1 Title pages and Chapter 1: Knüpfung, 52pp
Box 6, Folder 2 Chapter 2: Veränderungen, 70pp
Box 6, Folder 3 Chapter 3: Auf Suche, 79pp
Box 6, Folder 4 Chapter 4: Es Geht An!(1), 47pp
Box 6, Folder 5 Chapter 4: Es Geht An!(2), 58pp
Box 6, Folder 6 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt (1), 78pp
Box 6, Folder 7 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt (1), 78pp
Box 6, Folder 8 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris, 66pp
Part Two: In Der Woge
Box 6, Folder 9 Chapter 1: Veränderte Front, 50pp
Box 6, Folder 10 Chapter 2: Kreisende Zeiger, 37pp
Box 6, Folder 11 Chapter 3: Die Grosse Chance, 24pp
Box 6, Folder 12 Chapter 4: Die Wende, 35pp
Box 6, Folder 13 Chapter 5: Im Zeichen der Weltausstellung, 29pp
Box 6, Folder 14 Chapter 6: Die Antisemitische Liga, 33pp
Box 6, Folder 15 Chapter 7: Ein Jegliches Hat Seine Zeit, 51pp
Part Three: Die Entscheidung
Box 6, Folder 16 Chapter 1: Die Entedeckung, 53pp
Box 6, Folder 17 Chapter 2: Vor Der Entscheidung. 13pp.
Box 6, Folder 18 Chapter 3: Kampf Um Wagner, 46pp
Box 6, Folder 19 Chapter 4: Ballett ‘Annibal,’ 51pp
Aktion Annibal, carbon copy with added epigraphs at chapter and section breaks
Box 6, Folder 20 Chapter 1: Knüpfung
Box 6, Folder 21 Chapter 2: Veränderungen
Box 6, Folder 22 Chapter 3: Auf Suche
Box 6, Folder 23 Chapter 4: Es Geht An!
Box 6, Folder 24 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt (1), 78pp
Box 6, Folder 25 Chapter 5: Die Flut Steigt (2)
Box 6, Folder 26 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris
Box 6, Folder 27 Chapter 6: Stürmisches Paris
Box 7
Aktion Annibal, carbon copy with added epigraphs at chapter and section breaks.
Part Two: In Der Woge
Box 7, Folder 1 Chapter 1: Veränderte Front
Box 7, Folder 2 Chapter 2: Kreisende Zeiger
Box 7, Folder 3 Chapter 3: Die Gross Chance
Box 7, Folder 4 Chapter 4: Die Wende
Box 7, Folder 5 Chapter 5: Im Zeichen der Weltausstellung
Box 7, Folder 6 Chapter 6: Die Antisemitische Liga
Box 7, Folder 7 Chapter 7: Ein Jegliches Hat Seine Zeit
Part 3: Die Entscheidung
Box 7, Folder 8 Chapter 1: Die Entedeckung
Box 7, Folder 9 Chapters 2&3: Vor Der Entschiedung and Kampf Um Wagner
Box 7, Folder 10 Chapter 4: Ballett ‘Annibal’
Der Schwitzkasten
Box 7, Folder 11-19 Complete typescript, carbon copy, 474pp
Box 7, Folder 20-28 Complete typescript, second carbon copy, 474pp
Box 8
Staatsrat Geer, unnumbered copy, 564pp
Box 8, Folder 1 Firstbook, Chapters 1-8, 66pp
Box 8, Folder 2 First book, Chapters 9-11, 37pp
Box 8, Folder 3 First book, Chapters 12-15, 34pp
Box 8, Folder 4 Second book, Chapters 16-19, 42pp
Box 8, Folder 5 Second book, Chapters 20-23, 51pp
Box 8, Folder 6 Second book, Chapters 24-28, 40pp
Box 8, Folder 7 Second book, Chapters 29-34, 53pp
Box 8, Folder 8 Third book, Chapters 35-42, 66pp
Box 8, Folder 9 Third book, Chapters 43-47, 48pp
Box 8, Folder 10 Fourth book, Chapters 48-50, 42pp
Box 8, Folder 11 Fifth book, Chapters 51-56, 43pp
Box 8, Folder 12 Fifth book, Chapters 57-59, 20pp
Box 8, Folder 13 Fifth book, Chapters 60-61, 23pp
Standarte BG, Verlag der Tribüne, Fanara, Egypt, 1947, 481pp
Box 8, Folder 14 Prited copy, Vol. 1 (203pp)
Box 8, Folder 15 Prited copy, Vol. 2 (278pp)
Box 8, Folder 16 Typed carbon, pp.1-50
Box 8, Folder 17 Typed carbon, pp.51-100
Box 8, Folder 18 Typed carbon, pp.101-150
Box 8, Folder 19 Typed carbon, pp.151-200
Box 8, Folder 20 Typed carbon, pp.201-251
Box 8, Folder 21 Typed carbon, pp.251-285 plus two page afterword

Subseries B: Short Fiction

Box 8, Folder 22 “Affäre Wilson.” Two copies, 10pp. each.
Box 8, Folder 23 “Der Ägyptische Fridericus.” 4pp.
Box 8, Folder 24 “Die ASche Brennt Noch.” 3pp. plus copies of pp. 2-3.
Box 8, Folder 25 “Beredte Vergangenheit” 7pp.
Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1 “Bereits der Name ‘Cambronne’…”(untitled story). 8pp.
Box 9, Folder 2 “Das Blockhaus.” Two copies, 12 pp. each.
Box 9, Folder 3 “Cazonetta In Weimar.” Three versions, one 15pp., one 10pp., and one 7pp.
Box 9, Folder 4 “1812.” Two typed bound copies.
Box 9, Folder 5 “Der Einbruch.” Carbon, 3pp.
Box 9, Folder 6 “Fifi.” Carbon, 6pp.
Box 9, Folder 7 “Ein Herz Liegt im Abend.” Carbon, 3pp.
Box 9, Folder 8 “Historische Nächte.” Carbon, 7pp.
“Kabale in Wien,” carbon with title page, contents, and page numbers typed in, 150pp
Box 9, Folder 9 Title page, list of chapters and chapters 1-6

Chapter 1: Der Kongress Tanzt Nicht Mehr, 9pp

Chapter 2: Fürstenabfindung Und Flugblätter, 8pp

Chapter 3: Ein Wenig Treuer Diener Seiner Herren, 7pp

Chapter 4: Canzonetta In Weimar, 13pp

Chapter 5: Gentz Überschreitet Seinen Plan, 8pp

Chapter 6: Metternich Schlägt Zurück, 7pp

Box 9, Folder 10 Chapter 7: Dritte Verändern Zuweilen Ein Spiel, 7pp

Chapter 8: Ein Blumenstrauss Für Die Demoiselle Elssler, 5pp

Chapter 9: Einer Wird Ausgewiesen, 4pp

Chapter 10: Metternich Erteilt Gentz Eine Lektion, Aber Die Revolution Ist Stärker, 11pp

Chapter 11: “Die Stumme Von Portici,” 7pp

Chapter 12: Graf Sedlnitzky Holt Zum Schlag Aus, 5pp

Chapter 13: L’Aiglon, Mon Chéri, 5pp

Chapter 14: Dichterspiele, 4pp

Box 9, Folder 11 Chapter 15: Reise Nach Köniswart Mit Unerwartetem Ausgang, 10pp

Chapter 16: Herr Abraham Mendelssohn-Bartholdy Muss Sich Schonen, 5pp

Chapter 17: Ein Herz Liegt Im Abend Und Weint, 7pp

Chapter 18: Kammermusikabend In Der Hofburg, 6pp

Chapter 19: Kriegsgefahr, 8pp

Chapter 20: Spaziergang Auf Der Wieden, 11pp

Chapter 21: Abschied, 6pp

Box 9, Folder 12 “Die Kätze,” Two different typed versions, each 4pp; Carbon copy of one version
Box 9, Folder 13 “Kleiner Irrtum,” Carbon 5pp, two excess pp
Box 9, Folder 14 “Kriminalstudenten” Three different versions, all carbon, 7pp.
Box 9, Folder 15 “Langerichstrat Poiry.” Carbon, bound, 15pp.
Box 9, Folder 16 “Lassalle Bei Richard Wagner.” Carbon, 127pp.
Box 9, Folder 17 “Das Letzte Lied.” Typed bound 44pp.
Box 9, Folder 18 “Das Letzte Lie.” Carbon, bound, 44pp.
Box 9, Folder 19 “Die Leute Von Tulsa.” Carbon, 8pp.
Box 9, Folder 20 “Liebesklage Eines Reklamefachmanns.” Carbon, 2pp.
Box 9, Folder 21 “Lied von Höchsten Turm.” Carbon 4pp., extra carbon of first page.
Box 9, Folder 22 “Der ‘Lohengrin.’” Carbon 12pp.
Box 9, Folder 23 “Märchen Vom Grossen Knurr.” Typed copy, carbon 9pp. One carbon, 7pp.
Box 9, Folder 24 “Merkürdiger Abend.” One carbon, 7pp, one typed, 7pp.
Box 9, Folder 25 “Musik In Der Wuëste.” One carbon, 3pp.
Box 9, Folder 26 “Nächtliche Wanderung.” Typed and carbon unnumbered copies.
Box 9, Folder 27 “Napoleon In Potsdam.” Bound tpyed copy, 21pp.
Box 9, Folder 28 “Napoleon In Potsdam.” Bound carbon copy, 21pp.
Box 9, Folder 29 “Napoleon In Potsdam.” Typed and carbon copies, both 13pp.
Box 9, Folder 30 “Nur-Ein Schilling…” Carbon, 2pp.
Box 9, Folder 31 “Österreichische Novelle.” One bound typed, 107pp.
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 “Das Reizvolle Spiel.” Two carbons, 8pp. each.
Box 10, Folder 2 “Richard Wagner, Mai 1849.” One carbon copy, 10pp.
Box 10, Folder 3 “Schauspieler Bortum.” Unnumbered carbon copy, (approx. 150pp.).
Box 10, Folder 4 “Schiedsrichter Rissing liete ein Spiel.” Carbon, 43pp.
Box 10, Folder 5 “26.Marz 1830.” Typed, 4pp.
Box 10, Folder 6 “Sergeant Brown.” 7pp.
Box 10, Folder 7 “Student Mueller.” Carbon, 57pp.
Box 10, Folder 8 “Talentvolles Paris.” 2 copies, 4pp. each.
Box 10, Folder 9 “Unromantische Nicole.” Carbon, 2pp.
Box 10, Folder 10 “Verbieten Siel.” Two unnumbered and different versions, 4pp. each.
Box 10, Folder 11 “Vorfrühling 1812.” Two copies, one 4pp., the other 7pp.
Box 10, Folder 12 “Das Waldlokal.” Carbon, 4pp.
Box 10, Folder 13 “Weimar, Oktober 1806.” Carbon, 21pp.
Box 10, Folder 14 “Weimar, Oktober 1806.” Unnumbered carbon, 21pp.
Box 10, Folder 15 “Der Zensor.” Carbon, 5pp.
Box 10, Folder 16 “Der Zerbrochene Krug.” Two copies, 5pp. each.
Box 10, Folder 17 “Die Zibebe.” Carbon, 5pp.
Box 10, Folder 18 “Die Zwillinge.” 11pp.

Subseries C: Plays

Box 10, Folder 19 Abderitisches Capriccio. Carbon, unnumbered (approx. 50pp.).
Box 10, Folder 20 Es Geschieht in Ohio. Unbound carbon, unnumbered (approx. 50pp.).
Box 10, Folder 21 Es Geschieht in Ohio. Bound typed copy, 74pp; unbound carbon copy, 70pp.
Box 10, Folder 22 Es Geschieht in Ohio. Bound carbon copy, 74pp.
Box 10, Folder 23 Der Fünfte Stand. Carbon, 6pp.
Box 10, Folder 24 Go Ahead, Hoax! Carbon, 27pp.
Box 10, Folder 25 Lassalle Besucht Wagner. Carbon, 22pp.
Box 10, Folder 26 Literatur oder Two Letters Only. Carbon, 49pp.
Box 10, Folder 27 Maskenball. Typed, 5pp.
Box 10, Folder 28 Quer. Typed, 6pp.
Box 10, Folder 29 Der Regenmacher. Carbon, 30pp.
Box 10, Folder 30 Der Rezensent. Carbon, 22pp.
Box 10, Folder 31 Writer’s Dilemma. Carbon, 7pp.
Box 10, Folder 32 Lassalle Besucht Wagner. Carbon, 22pp.

Subseries D: Poetry

Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1 “Abend 1945,” “Abendstimmung,” “An Einen Dichter,” “Anruf,” “Auf einaml singt in mir Lied,” “Aus der Ferne,” (also included “Wird es sein?(1940),” “Siehst du micht, dass Sommer ist?” “Bücherverbrennung,” “Lied des Negerchampions Dr. Hubbard,” “Konzentrationslager-Lied des Vorsitzenden,” “Lied der Kitty von der Nacht in Ohio,” “Erinnerung,” “Morgen,” “Sommer.”
Box 11, Folder 2 “Ballade vom Wort,” “Ballade von der Technik der Absage,” Die besinnlichen Gedichte: Zwanzig unzeitgemässe Gesänge, “Besinnliche Stunde,” “Der Brief,” “Ein Buch,”"Bücherverbrennung” (also included “Der Mensch” and “Ungeweinte Augen”).
Box 11, Folder 3 “Carl v. Ossietzky,” “Chmelnizki-Ballade.”
Box 11, Folder 4 “Der Demagoge,” “Demokratische Ansprache,” (1944)(3 copies), “Drei Soldaten” (Two copies, one with many pencilled corrections), “Deutchsland 1933″ (also included “Wuensch dir was, mein gutes Kind” and “Auf einmal singt in mir Lied”).
Box 11, Folder 5 “Einsame Stunde,” “Den emigrierten Dichtern,” “Elegie,” “Else Lasker-Scüler,” “Der Entfernte,” “Es kam ein Mond vom Niemandsland,” “Es reiten drei schwarze reiter,” “Es war einmal ein Mann…”(also included “Gestern nacht…,” “Besinnliche Stunde,” “Herbst,” “Der Pranger,” “Takt der Arbeit,” “Morgen”).
Box 11, Folder 6 Faltet die Hände…,” “Der Farmer,” “Das Flächtlingshaus” (also included “Singt einmal von den kleinen Dingen,” “Gestern nacht…,” “Das Lied,” “Der Blinde”).
Box 11, Folder 7 “Die Gasse spricht:,” “Gedenken eines Kindes,” “Der Gerichtstag,” “Gestern Nacht…” (also included “Errinern eines Kindes,” “Abend 1945,” “Morgen,” “Stingt einmal von den kleinen Dingen,” “Faltet die Hände…,” and “Besinnliche Stunde”).
Box 11, Folder 8 “Der Hadernde,” “Herbst,” “Höderlin,” “Die Hütte,” “Hugo v. Homannsthal” (also included “Rückkehr,” “Ich sah”).
Box 11, Folder 9 “Ich sage Euch, es ist an der Zeit!,” “L’Inconnue,” and “Ist diese Zeit so sonderbar?” (also included “Sass im K-Z…”).
Box 11, Folder 10 “Kinder,” “Ein Klasse signt,” “Der Knabe,” “Krieg” and “Krig” (also included “Wiedersehen”).
Box 11, Folder 11 “Links, rechts, links, rechts, die sechste Avenue,” “Lynch,” “Lynch” (different version).
Box 11, Folder 12 “Des Hädchens Heimkehr,” “Ein mann geht verloren,” “Meeresrauschen,” “Mensch dieser Zeit” (also included “Der falsche Redner” and “Auf einmal signt in mir Lied”).
Box 11, Folder 13 “Die Nacht” and “Niemandsland” (also included “Der Harlekin zum Abscheid” and “Abendwind”).
Box 11, Folder 14 “Der Partisan,” “Prolog,” “Puppenspiel,” “Purcell” (also included “Abendstimmung,” “Und Stunden gabs…,” “Konzentrationslager,” “Frage” and “Dämmerung”).
Box 11, Folder 15 “Romantische Musik,” “Das Schild,” “Schreckensacht,” “Signt einmal von den kleinen Dingen,” “Spanische Ballade” (Two different versions), “Spanisches Kind,” “Spätnachmittag,” “Stadion” and “Stürmische Nacht” (also included “Vormittage,” “Konzentrationslager,” “Wandlung,” “Blickt hin ins Jahr…,” “Den emigrierten Dichtern” and “Wunsch”).
Box 11, Folder 16 “Takt der Arbeit,” “Aœber Nacht, Aüber Nacht…,” “Unsterblicher…,” “Das verstonssene Schiff,” “Die verworfenene Engel,” “Von Himmeln; asst uns sprechen…,” “Vortmittage,” “Wenn ich in der Dämmerung…,” “Wiedersehen” and “Die Zeitung” (also included “Das Werk,” “Aus der Ferne” and “Das Fluechtlingshaus”).

Series III: Manuscripts

(2 boxes)

Subseries A: Books

Box 11
Märchen, Sagen und Autokraten. Original typescript, unnumbered pages. The first folder includes a handwritten page by Mrs. Grosshut explaining that this was her husband’s last unfinished manuscript, that its correct title is as above, that Glock und Lutz wanted to pblish it, and that it is the only work of her husband’s for which she holds the literary rights.
Box 11, Folder 17 Notes, Introduction, and chapter 1-6: Introduction. 3pp.

Chapter 1: Die Brüder Grimm und ihre Zeit. 11pp.

Chapter 2: Bismarck entdeckt Analogien. 5pp.

Chapter 3: Savigny und der Volksgeist. 5pp.

Chapter 4: Königin Phantasie und Prinzessin Märchen. 8pp.

Chapter 5: Von händlerischen Kaisern. 4pp.

Chapter 6: Volksmärchen und Kunstmärchen. 8pp.

Box 11, Folder 18 Chapter 7: Der Jude im Dorn. 12pp.

Chapter 8: Recht ist, was dem Absolutismus nützt. 7pp.

Chapter 9: Des Helden alte Kleider. 8pp.

Chapter 10: Der Ranzen, das Hütlein und das Hörnlein. 4pp.

Chapter 11: Streit um ‘Des Knaben Wunderhorn.’ 3pp.

Chapter 12: Erzähler und Erzähltes. 7pp.

Chapter 13: Der Spielmann. 7pp.

Chapter 14: Konstruktion eines Gegenspielers. 5pp.

Chapter 15: Musäus und Rübezahl. 7pp.

Box 11, Folder 19 Unnumbered chapters: Kreuzzüge and Sage. 6pp. Der alte Barbarossa. 30pp.
Box 11, Folder 20 Unnumbered chapters: Adam und Eva. 14pp.

Von Hänsel und Gretel zum Freischütz. 16pp.

Box 11, Folder 21 Unnumbered chapters: Einkreisung und Dolchtoss. 9pp.

Von der Volksseele zur Massenseele. Unfinished 17pp.

Box 11, Folder 22 Die Menschwerdung des Staats, Haifa, Palestine, 1940. Bound typescript 461pp.
Polizei und Lichtspielzensur in der Weimarer Republik.
Box 11, Folder 23 Carbon, pp. 1-72.
Box 11, Folder 24 Carbon, pp. 73-144.
Box 11, Folder 25 Carbon, pp. 1-72. Copy 2.
Box 11, Folder 26 Carbon, pp. 73-144. Copy 2.
Box 12
Das Polizeiliche und Notstandsrecht, Wiesbaden, May 20, 1932. Grosshut’s dissertation, 361pp. Original typscript, 314pp.
Box 12, Folder 1 Title page, introduction and table of contents.
Box 12, Folder 2 Pp 1-31.
Box 12, Folder 3 Pp 31-?.
Box 12, Folder 4 Variously numbered pages.
Box 12, Folder 5 Pp. 135-169 (some missing).
Box 12, Folder 6 Pp 169-?.
Box 12, Folder 7 Bibliography.
Box 12, Folder 8 “Reeducation in der Wueste.” One typed carbon, 8pp.
Staatsnot, Recht und Gewalt. Original typescript, 314pp.
Box 12, Folder 9 List of possible chapters (?), introduction, and Part 1: Die Monarchie, chapters 1-7.

Introduction 5pp.

Chapter 1: Bismarck und Preussen. 8pp.

Chapter 2: Ius resistendi. 3pp.

Chapter 3: Rechtsbruch zugeben oder nicht zugeben?. 6pp.

Chapter 4: Staatsnotwehr gegen die Sozialdemokratie. 5pp.

Chapter 5: Die Zabern-Affäre. 5pp.

Chapter 6: “Not kennt kein Gebot.” 10pp.

Chapter 7: Die versäumte Gelegenheit. 7pp.

Box 12, Folder 10 Part Two: Die Republik, Chapters 1-7

Chapter 1: Die Weimarer Verfassung. 11pp.

Chapter 2: Der Kapp-Putsch. 8pp.

Chapter 3: Die Nothelfer treten auf. 6pp.

Chapter 4: Der Putsch im Münchener Bürgerbraü. 11pp.

Chapter 5: Die natinalen Verteidiger. 9pp.

Chapter 6: Das Gleichnis der Fronten. 7pp.

Chapter 7: Wir sind noch-Wir sind-Wir sind bereits. 6pp.

Box 12, Folder 11 Part Two: Die Republik, chapters 1-7.

Chapter 8:Polizei und Notstand. 37pp.

Chapter 9: Reichsgericht und Staatsnotwehr. 12pp.

Box 12, Folder 12 Chapter 10: Abwehr “von sich oder einem anderen.” 6pp.

Chapter 11: Not und Bild. 6pp.

Chapter 12: Das Bild des Meneius Agrippa. 7pp.

Chapter 13: Georges Sorel und die proletarischen Massen. 11pp.

Chapter 14: Erkenntnis-Bild gegen Gewalt-Bild. 4pp.

Chapter 15: Die “nationale Revolution.” 4pp.

Chapter 16: Einer wertet sich symptomatisch. 8pp.

Chapter 17: Der böse Feind. 5pp.

Chapter 18: Reklame und Propaganda. 6pp.

Box 12, Folder 13 Die Republik, chapters 19-20.

Chapter 19: Staatsnotstand und übergesetzlicher Notstand. 31pp.

Chapter 20: Staatsnotbild und Vergangenheit. 15pp.

Box 12, Folder 14 Part 3: Die Selbstentlarvung der Gewalt im Dritten Reich. 62pp.
Box 12, Folder 15 Publishers proofs (folio 52-85)
Box 12, Folder 16 Publishers proofs (folio 86-123)

One Response to “Guide to the Friedrich S. Grosshut Papers, 1931-1969”

  1. philipp kratz Says:

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    in my phd-thesis I deal with the question how the western german city wiesbaden handle the nazi-past. For my researches I need only one Information of you. When and where did Friedrich Sally Großhut, who lived in Wiesbaden untill 1933, finish his essay “Wiesbaden”?

    I look forward to your answer and I thank you for your help.

    Yours faithfully,

    philipp kratz

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