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Germany -- Emigration and immigration -- 20th century -- Archival resources

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Mitteilungsblatt der Hitachduth Olej Germania we Olej Austria

 Collection — Pamphlet-binder 1: [Barcode: 31275058603383]
Identifier: 6282
Scope and Contents Two issues of the weekly newsletter of the German and Austrian Immigrant's Association based in Tel Aviv. Issue No. 7 is titled Mitteilungsblatt der Hitachduth Olej Germania and the issue dated "Mai II" is titled Mitteilungsblatt der Hitachduth Olej Germania we Olej Austria. Both issues were published in 1939 and include both German and Hebrew text. Mitteilungsblatt der Hitachduth Olej...
Dates: 1939

Gerhard and Marianne Pinkus papers

Identifier: 6122
Abstract Gerhard and Marianne Pinkus emigrated from Germany to Los Angeles in the 1930s and began to collect art in the 1940s. After accumulating a small collection of choice (and sometimes rare) finds, Gerhard and Marianne became a major force in the Los Angeles art world, especially in regard to their primary interest: Marc Chagall. Though they focused mainly on Chagall, the Pinkuses collected drawings, lithographs, and paintings by many other artists from various periods, with some emphasis on...
Dates: 1859-2005; Majority of material found in 1920s-1970s

Reich and Hayman family papers

Identifier: 6047
Abstract This collection contains the personal papers of Dr. Joseph Reich and members of his extended family. It contains photographs and artifacts as well as correspondence, legal documents, and some ephemera, mostly from the period from World War I to World War II. Dr. Joseph (Josef) Paul Reich, M.D. was born 1887 June 16 in Breslau. He studied neurology, and was licensed to practice medicine in Germany in 1911. His father-in-law was Dr. Oskar Kohnstamm, M.D., founder of the Sanatorium Dr....
Dates: 1600 - 1991; Majority of material found within 1914 - 1944