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A collection of single issues of newspapers from across California, including from San Francisco, Sacramento, Siskiyou, and Oakland. The collection also includes a few newspapers from Boston, New York, and Newport, Rhode Island. The issue of the New York Herald in the collection from April 15, 1865 announces Abraham Lincoln's death on the day that he died.
Notebook containing handwritten poems in German. Also includes a clipping and a ribbon commemorating a marriage. Entries and items date from 1839-1888. "Poesie" is printed on the cover.
Collection consists of a 1987 reproduction of a German poster for the first performance of "Pierrot Lunaire" by Austrian composer Arnold Schoenberg on October 16, 1912, in Berlin, Germany, and additional textual materials.
Two conductors batons, 19th century, one from Germany, one from the United States.
Wilhelm Loeb's German passport that indicates that he went to the German consulate in San Francisco to register the additional name "Israel"; collection of correspondence between Ernest Marcus and Alfred Neumann.
This collection contains photographs, clippings, audio discs, and production materials from movie, television, and theater projects of German director John Brahm (1893-1982), dating from the 1920s to the 1960s and chiefly for American projects.
Publications of French and German missionary groups, reporting on their work in Africa and the Far East. Collection includes extended runs of Nachrichten aus der Bruer-Gemeinde, Bruder (Missions-Blatt fur Kinder), and Les Missions d'Afrique for the period 1860-1925.
Printed ephemera collected by the donor's aunt on a trip to Germany in 1936. Includes a guidebook for Hamburg, 2 postcards and a brochure for the Berlin Central-Hotel, events calendar for the week of July 7-13, 1936 for Berlin, a menu for Das Haus der deutschen Heimat restaurant, a magazine of the Berlin Tourist Association for the week of July 7-13, 1936, and two radio news bulletins from aboard the M.S. Batory dated July 4th and July 6th, 1936.