Robert Weltsch Collection, 1770-1997
 
AR 7185 / MF 491

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Weltsch, Robert, 1891-1982
Title: Robert Weltsch Collection
Dates:1770-1997
Abstract: Correspondence with family members, including letters from the front in World War I and from later years, and with other individuals, including: Solomon Adler-Rudel, Alexander Altmann, Hannah Arendt, Chaim Arlosoroff, Leo Baeck, David Baumgardt, Hugo Bergmann, Isaiah Berlin, Siegfried Bernfeld, Kurt Blumenfeld, Ilse Blumenthal-Weiss, Julie Braun-Vogelstein, Hermann Broch, Max Brod, Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, Amos Elon, Joseph Cardinal Frings, Manfred George, Nahum Glatzer, Nahum Goldmann, Georg Halpern, Ernst Hamburger, Hugo Hermann, Erich von Kahler, Siegmund Kaznelson, Hans Kohn, Max Kreutzberger, Gustav Krojanker, Georg Landauer, Gustav Landauer, Miriam Beer-Hofmann Lens, Hans Liebeschuetz, Gerda Luft, Judah Magnes, Heinrich Margulies, Siegfried Moses, Koppel Pinson, Joachim Prinz, Eva Reichmann, Felix Rosenblueth (later Pinchas Rosen), Gustav Schocken, Salman Schocken, Gershom Scholem, Werner David Senator, Ernst Simon, Christoph Stoelzl, Hans Tramer, Johannes Urzidil, Max Warburg, Chaim Weizmann, Felix Weltsch, and Arnold Zweig. Correspondence of Weltsch as editor of and ; correspondence on Zionist affairs, in particular on the 1929 Arab uprising in Palestine and its repercussions. Personal papers of Robert Weltsch and other family members, including his diaries and notebooks from various periods, and of his father, Theodor Weltsch, from the 1870s; manuscripts and other material on Jewish life in Prague. Speeches, reports, essays, and journalistic dispatches by Weltsch on Zionism, Jewish-Arab and Jewish-German relations, displaced persons in post-World War II Europe, the Nuremberg war crimes trials, and the founding of the State of Israel; clippings of articles by Weltsch. Clippings and manuscripts by others on Zionism and Jewish affairs, including a report by Hans Kohn on Zionist activities among former POWs in Siberia in 1919, and a 1915 speech by Moshe Smilansky. Records of the Komitee fuer den Osten concerning the situation of East European Jewry at the end of World War I, including memoranda by Max Bodenheimer and Franz Oppenheimer; records of the Verband Juedischer Studentenvereine in Deutschland from the 1920s and of the Jewish student fraternity Bar Kochba, Prague, including reports, minutes, membership lists, and correspondence of its Israeli alumni association; correspondence and minutes of Brith Shalom, an organization which favored Arab-Jewish cooperation and a bi-national state, and Ha-Poel Ha-Zair, a Zionist labor party; correspondence of the Zionistische Vereinigung fuer Deutschland and of Aliyah Hadasha, a German-Jewish party in the Yishuv. Papers of Solomon Adler-Rudel, including records of the Arbeiterfuersorgeamt der juedischen Organisationen Deutschlands and of Poalei Zion, relating to East European Jewish workers in Germany, their working and living conditions and political activities; correspondence and other material on the Evian Conference and on emigration from Nazi Germany in the 1930s and from German-occupied Europe during World War II, including reports of the Movement for the Care of Children from Germany; research notes and manuscripts by Adler Rudel for his biography of Baron Maurice de Hirsch. Manuscript: "Max Brod and his Age". 1969; English, 37 p.; typed, xeroxed. Lecture on the development of Jewish consciousness in a western, educated, assimilated man. Addenda: Letter from Weltsch (1980) The following individuals are mentioned in this collection: Alpert, Carl; Arlosoroff, Gerda; Bodenheimer, Max; Hirsch, Maurice de; Kafka, Franz; Oppenheimer, Franz; Smilansky, Moshe; Tietz, Ludwig; Weltsch, Theodor; Wittkower, Rudolf
Languages: The collection is in German, Hebrew, Czech, English, Yiddish, and Greek.
Quantity: 10 linear feet
Identification: AR 7185 / MF 491
Repository: Leo Baeck Institute
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Biographical Note

Born in Prague on June 20, 1891, Robert Weltsch was active as a student in Zionist youth groups. After World War I he moved to Berlin, where he edited the German Zionist newspaper Juedische Rundschau from 1919 to 1938. In 1939 he emigrated to Palestine where he edited the Juedische Welt-Rundschau, 1939-1940. In 1945, Weltsch moved to London, where he was correspondent of the daily Ha-aretz, one of the founders of the Leo Baeck Institute, and editor of its Yearbook, 1956-1971. He returned to Israel in 1978 and died in Jerusalem on December 22, 1982.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence with family members, including letters from the front in World War I and from later years, and with other individuals, including: Solomon Adler-Rudel, Alexander Altmann, Hannah Arendt, Chaim Arlosoroff, Leo Baeck, David Baumgardt, Hugo Bergmann, Isaiah Berlin, Siegfried Bernfeld, Kurt Blumenfeld, Ilse Blumenthal-Weiss, Julie Braun-Vogelstein, Hermann Broch, Max Brod, Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, Amos Elon, Joseph Cardinal Frings, Manfred George, Nahum Glatzer, Nahum Goldmann, Georg Halpern, Ernst Hamburger, Hugo Hermann, Erich von Kahler, Siegmund Kaznelson, Hans Kohn, Max Kreutzberger, Gustav Krojanker, Georg Landauer, Gustav Landauer, Miriam Beer-Hofmann Lens, Hans Liebeschuetz, Gerda Luft, Judah Magnes, Heinrich Margulies, Siegfried Moses, Koppel Pinson, Joachim Prinz, Eva Reichmann, Felix Rosenblueth (later Pinchas Rosen), Gustav Schocken, Salman Schocken, Gershom Scholem, Werner David Senator, Ernst Simon, Christoph Stoelzl, Hans Tramer, Johannes Urzidil, Max Warburg, Chaim Weizmann, Felix Weltsch, and Arnold Zweig.

Correspondence of Weltsch as editor of Juedische Rundschau and Juedische Welt-Rundschau; correspondence on Zionist affairs, in particular on the 1929 Arab uprising in Palestine and its repercussions.

Personal papers of Robert Weltsch and other family members, including his diaries and notebooks from various periods, and of his father, Theodor Weltsch, from the 1870s; manuscripts and other material on Jewish life in Prague.

Speeches, reports, essays, and journalistic dispatches by Weltsch on Zionism, Jewish-Arab and Jewish-German relations, displaced persons in post-World War II Europe, the Nuremberg war crimes trials, and the founding of the State of Israel; clippings of articles by Weltsch.

Clippings and manuscripts by others on Zionism and Jewish affairs, including a report by Hans Kohn on Zionist activities among former POWs in Siberia in 1919, and a 1915 speech by Moshe Smilansky.

Records of the Komitee fuer den Osten concerning the situation of East European Jewry at the end of World War I, including memoranda by Max Bodenheimer and Franz Oppenheimer; records of the Verband Juedischer Studentenvereine in Deutschland from the 1920s and of the Jewish student fraternity Bar Kochba, Prague, including reports, minutes, membership lists, and correspondence of its Israeli alumni association; correspondence and minutes of Brith Shalom, an organization which favored Arab-Jewish cooperation and a bi-national state, and Ha-Poel Ha-Zair, a Zionist labor party; correspondence of the Zionistische Vereinigung fuer Deutschland and of Aliyah Hadasha, a German-Jewish party in the Yishuv.

Papers of Solomon Adler-Rudel, including records of the Arbeiterfuersorgeamt der juedischen Organisationen Deutschlands and of Poalei Zion, relating to East European Jewish workers in Germany, their working and living conditions and political activities; correspondence and other material on the Evian Conference and on emigration from Nazi Germany in the 1930s and from German-occupied Europe during World War II, including reports of the Movement for the Care of Children from Germany; research notes and manuscripts by Adler Rudel for his biography of Baron Maurice de Hirsch.

Manuscript: "Max Brod and his Age". 1969; English, 37 p.; typed, xeroxed. Lecture on the development of Jewish consciousness in a western, educated, assimilated man.

Addenda: Letter from Weltsch (1980)

The following individuals are mentioned in this collection: Alpert, Carl; Arlosoroff, Gerda; Bodenheimer, Max; Hirsch, Maurice de; Kafka, Franz; Oppenheimer, Franz; Smilansky, Moshe; Tietz, Ludwig; Weltsch, Theodor; Wittkower, Rudolf

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Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 6 series.

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

Open to researchers.

Collection is microfilmed; use MF 491.

Access Information

Readers may access the collection by visiting the Lillian Goldman Reading Room at the Center for Jewish History. We recommend reserving the collection in advance; please visit the LBI Online Catalog and click on the "Request" button.

Use Restrictions

There may be some restrictions on the use of the collection. For more information, contact:
Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street, New York, NY, 10011
email: lbaeck@lbi.cjh.org

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Access Points

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Microfilm

Collection is available on 31 reels of microfilm (MF 491).

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known); Robert Weltsch Collection; AR 7185 / MF 491; box number; folder number; Leo Baeck Institute.

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Container List

 

Series I: Personal Papers, undated, 1833-1993

14 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
11Inventory (1/0), biographical sketch1978
12Inventories & Addenda (0/0)undated
13Inventories & Addenda (1/o)1993
14I - Diary (1/1)1915-1916
15I - Misc. Documents (1/2)1914-1971
16I - Moshe Smilanski Manuscript (1/3)1913
17I - Diary, Theodor Weltsch (1/4)1875
18I - Ilse Blumenthal-Weiss, Poetry, Manuscript (1/5)undated
19I - Photo Gersmon Stern & others (1/6)1954
110I - Letters from Jacob Jacobsohn (1/7)1883-1891
111I - "Bar Kochba" Alumni Association Materials (1/8)1909-1945
112I - Speeches (1/9)1943
113I - Correspondence Alumni Association (1/10), clippings1953-1977
114I - Photo of 100th anniversary of Theodor Herzl Bar Kochba student fraternity (1/11)1959
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Series II: Correspondence, 1770-1980

95 folders

Subseries I: Correspondence, 1910-1978

44 folders
Arrangement:

Alphabetical

BoxFolderTitleDate
115II - Correspondence; Hannah Arendt (2/1)1947-1963
116II - Correspondence; Richard Beer Hoffmann (2/2)1933
117II - Correspondence; Hugo & Fescha Bergmann1921-1977
118II - Kurt Blumenfeld (2/4)1930-1960
118aII- Correspondence Adolf Boehm (2/5)1922-1930
119II - Correspondence Max Brod (2/6)1917, 1952-1969
120II - Correspondence Martin Bubber (2/7)1910-1978
121II - Correpondence, Elliot Cohen Commentary (2/8)1948
122II - Correspondence, Drafts of Articles "Commentary" (2/9)1948
123II - Corresondence Dr. Josef Cohn (2/10)1947-1948
124II - Correspondence Dr.Albert Einstein (2/11)1930
125II- Correspondence; Elija & Eilat (2/12)1959-1974
126II- Correspondence; Manfred George (2/13)1947-1964
127II- Correspondence; H. Gerling (2/14)1963-1970
128II- Correspondence; Nahum Glatzer (2/15)1963
129II- Correspondence; Ernst Hamburger (2/16)1967-1976
130II- Correspondence; Hugo Hermann (2/17)1911-1918
131II- Correspondence; Rudolf Hilf (2/18)1975-1976
132II- Correspondence; Siegmund & Lise Katznelson1910-1963
133II- Correspondence; Hans, Vera, Yietty & Emanuel Kohn (2/20)1911-1971
134II- Correspondence; Max Kreutzberger (2/21)1947-1977
135II- Correspondence; Georg Landauer (2/22)1938-1947
136II- Correspondence; Kurt Loewenstein (2/23)1956-1972
137II- Correspondence; Gerda Luft (3/1)1966-1971
138II- Correspondence; Jehuda L. Magnes (3/2)1942-1948
139II- Correspondence; Heinrich Margulies (3/3)1967
140II- Correspondence; Dr.Siegfried Moses (3/4)1938-1971
141II- Correspondence; Eva Reichmann (3/5)1958-1977
142II- Correspondence; Felix Rosen Blueth (3/6)1942-1975
143II- Correspondence; Gustav Schocken (3/7)1946-1973
144II- Correspondence; Salman Schocken (3/8)1946-1972
145II- Correspondence; Gerhard Schocken (3/9)1966-1973
146II- Correspondence; David Werner Senator (3/10)1946-1948
147II- Correspondence; Dr. Simon Scheriesmevsky (3/11)1957-1971
148II Correspondence: Ernst & Ellen Simon (3/12)1946-1977
149II Correspondence: Leonardo Stein (3/13)1953-1970
150II Correspondence: Christopher Stoelzl (3/14)1973-1977
151II Correspondence: Moshe Tavor (Tauber) (3/15)1945-1948
152II Correspondence; Hans Tramer (3/16)1962-1977
153II Correspondence; Chaim Weitzman & Cedalya Yogey1923-1971
154II Correspondence; Weltsch Family (3/18)1918-1977
155II Correspondence; Eric Werner (3/19)1971-1977
156II Correspondence; Kurt Wilhelm (3/20)1947-1967
157II Correspondence; Arnold Zweig (3/21)1958-1967

Subseries II: General Correspondence, 1911-1977

21 folders
Arrangement:

Alphabetical

BoxFolderTitleDate
158III General Correspondence (4/1)1911-1921
159III General Correspondence, with B.Freiwel, A.Niedel, M.Warburn (4/2)1927-1939
160III General Correspondence, w. G. Kronjanker et. Al.1939-1945
161III General Correspondence, "A" - "H" (4/4)1945-1952
162III General Correspondence, "I" - "K" (4/5)1946-1952
163III General Correspondence, "L" - "R" (4/6)1946-1952
164III General Correspondence, "S" - "Z" (4/7)1946-1952
165III General Correspondence, "A" - "J" (4/8)1953-1962
166III General Correspondence, "K" - "R" (4/9)1947-1963
167III General Correspondence, "S" - "Z" (4/10)1951-1964
BoxFolderTitleDate
21III- General Correspondence, "A" - "F" (4/11)1962-1968
22III- General Correspondence, "G" - "K" (4/12)1962-1968
23III- General Correspondence, "L" - "R" (4/13)1942, 1962-1968
24III- General Correspondence, "S" - "Z" (414)1962-1968
25III- General Correspondence, "A" - "G" (5/1)1968-1972
26III- General Correspondence, "H" - "M" (5/2)1968-1972
27III- General Correspondence, "N" - "Z", "K" (5/3)1968-1972
28III- General Correspondence, "A" - "G" (5/4)1973-1977
29III- General Correspondence, "H" - "K" (5/5)1972-1977
210III- General Correspondence, "L" - "R" (5/6)1972-1977
211III- General Correspondence, "S" - "Z" (5/7)1972-1977

Subseries III: Correspondence Regarding LBI, 1954-1974

3 folders
Arrangement:

Chronological

BoxFolderTitleDate
212IV- Correspondence, Regarding Founding & Early Years LBI (5/8)1954-1962
213IV- Correspondence Regarding Early Years LBI (5/9)1958-1970
214IV- Correspondence, Regarding Early Years, LBI (5/10)1956-1974

Subseries IV: Zionist Correspondence, 1913-1971

16 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
215V- Zionist Correspondence (6/1)1921-1926
216V- Zionist Correspondence (6/2)1928-1929
217V- Zionist Correspondence (6/3)1930
218V- Zionist Correspondence (6/4)1930
219V- Zionist Correspondence Dupl. (6/4)1930
220V - Zionist Correspondence (6/5)1930-1931
221V - Zionist Correspondence (6/6)1929-1932
222V- Zionist Correspondence (6/7)1928-1930
223V- Clippings (6/8)1918-1929
224V- Zionist Correspondence (7/1)1914-1930
225V- Zionist Correspondence (7/3)1913-1939
226V- Zionist Correspondence (7/4)1938-1939
227V- Zionist Correspondence (7/4)1938-1939
228V- Zionist Correspondence (7/5)1946-1947, 1971
229V- Zionist Correspondence Report (7/6)1924-
230V- Zionist Correspondence (7/7)1927-1930

Subseries V: Confidential Correspondence, 1770-1980

11 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
31VI - Confidential Correspondence, Hans Kohn (8/1)1924-1929
32VI - Confidential Correspondence, Lise (8/2)1946-1947
33VI - Confidential Correspondence, Dr. Georg Landauer1946-1954
34VI - Confidential Correspondence, Shoshana Gumpert1945-1947
35VI - Confidential Correspondence, Irye (Daughter) (8/5)1946-1948
36VI - Personal documents, diary (1915, 1968), photos, correspondence, clippings, notes, postcards, statements on the “Arab question” (1921), meeting minutes (1939) (8/5)1770-1979
37VI - Correspondence with Suse (daughter) and others, clippings (8/5b)1930, 1970-1980
38VI - Confidential Correspondence (8/6)1946-1948
39VI - Confidential Correspondence (8/7)1948-1950
310VI - Correspondence, including family (8/8)1946-1954, 1968
311VI - Confidential Correspondence (8/9)1947-1948
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Series III: Scholarly Project, 1924-1978

8 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
312VII - Scholarly Project, Festschrift for Martin Buber’s 80th Birthday (9/1)1957-1963
313VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Chaim Weitzmann Biography (9/2)1924, 1959-1963
314VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Erasmus Foundation & Buber’s (9/3)1963-1969
315VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Erasmus & European Unity, clippings & notes (9/4)1953-1969
316VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Kafka + Jews of Prague1945-1966
317VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Kafka + Prague Jews; clippings & notes (9/5b)1964-1966
318VII - Scholarly Project, regarding German Reparations Programs Scandals (9/6)1952
319VII - Scholarly Project, regarding Israel Politics; Clippings (9/7)1927, 1955-1978
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Series IV: Manuscripts, undated, 1913-1979

39 folders

Subseries I: Journalistic Manuscripts, undated, 1945-1967

14 folders
Arrangement:

Chronological

BoxFolderTitleDate
320VIII - Journalistic Manuscripts (10/1)1945-1946
321VIII - Journalistic Manuscripts (10/2)1946
322VIII - Journalistic Manuscripts, Palestine Inquiry Committee (10/3)undated
323VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (10/4)1947
324VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (10/5)1947
325VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (10/6)1948
326VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (10/7)1948
BoxFolderTitleDate
41VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/1)1948
42VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/2)1949
43VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/3)1949-1950
44VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/4)1950-1951
45VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/5)1952-1954
46VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/6)1967
47VIII- Journalistic Manuscripts (11/7)undated

Subseries II: Other Manuscripts, undated, 1913-1979

25 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
48IX- Other Manuscripts (12/1)1913-1931
49IX- Other Manuscripts (12/2)1935-1942
410IX- Other Manuscripts (12/3)1939-1978
411IX- Other Manuscripts (12/4)1961-1975
412IX- Other Manuscripts (12/5)undated
413IX- Other Manuscripts Speech (12/6)1974
414IX- Other Manuscripts (12/7)undated
415IX- Other Manuscripts Misc.Notes & Fragments (12/8)undated
416IX- Other Manuscripts regarding Max Brod (12/9)1970
417IX- Other Manuscripts regarding Hans Kohn + Socialism1919
418IX- Other Manuscripts (12/11)undated
419IX- Other Manuscripts; Bileski regarding Jewish Nationalism & National Socialism (12/12)1932
420IX- Other Manuscripts, K. Blumenfeld, Kultur & Nation (12/13)undated
421IX- Other Manuscripts, Medieval History, Draft1931-1932
422IX- Other Manuscripts, Hans Lichtwitz regarding Jewish DP’s1945
423IX- Other Manuscripts, Children’s Letters to Ha’Aretz (12/16)undated
424IX- Other Manuscripts, Emmy Hermann (12/17)1952
425IX- Other Manuscripts, H.H. Margaut; U.S + G.B. in Middle East (12/18)1955
426X - Other Manuscripts; Kurt Wilhelm Report (12/19)undated, 1960s
427IX - Other Manuscripts; H. Margulies (12/20)1963
428IX - Other Manuscripts; W.Schwarz (12/21)1965
429IX - Other Manuscripts; R.W. + Kower, Eulogy(?) (12/22)1972
430IX - Other Manuscripts; C. Stoetzl (12/23)1979
431IX - Other Manuscripts; K.Schwarz Memoirs, Excents (12/24)undated
432IX - Other Manuscripts; E. Loewinson (12/25)undated
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Series V: Clippings, 1913-1974

15 folders
BoxFolderTitleDate
433X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/1)1913-1929
434X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/2)1946-1954
435X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/3)1954-1957
436X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/4)1961-1969
437X Clippings; Articles by RW, regarding RW (13/5)1927-1972
438X Clippings; Articles by RW, regarding Vicky Weisz (13/6)1966
439X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/7)1938-1945
440X Clippings; Articles by RW (13/8)1940-1945
BoxFolderTitleDate
51X- Clippings "SelbstWehr" Prague (14/1)1919-1920
52X- Clippings Zyomsky & MiddleEast (14/2)1926-1930
53X- Clippings Hebrew Language Press (14/3)1939
54X- Clippings Publications regarding Palestine (14/4)1922-1943
55X- Clippings regarding Prague Refugees (14/5)1949-1973
56X- Clippings regarding Arab Refugees (14/6)1967-1968
57X- Clippings Zionism, Arab-Jewish Relations (14/7)1914-1974
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Series VI: Addenda, undated, 1875-1997

108 folders and 2 boxes
BoxFolderTitleDate
58Addenda: Inventory (1/0)undated
59Addenda Correspondence, Notes (1/1)1915
510Addenda Hans & Bertha Kohn, etc. (1/2)1916-1975
511Addenda Correspondence Hans & Bertha Kohn (1/3)1923, 1929
512Addenda Hans & Bertha Kohn (missing) (1/4)undated
513Addenda Correspondence (1/5)1929-1988
514Addenda, Correspondence; Schocken (1/6)1934, 1958-1982
515Addenda, Corresondence (missing) (1/7)undated
516Addenda, Correspondence Dr.Lilienfeld (1/8)1980-1982
517Addenda, Correspondence Krolik (1/9)1981
518Addenda, orrespondence, Arnold Paucker, LBI (1/10)1978-1981
519Addenda, Correspondence, Arnold and Pauline Pauker (1/11)1981-1982
520Addenda, Correspondence L.B.I. London-New York1967-1980
521Addenda, Correspondence, Max Gruenewald (1/13)1981
522Addenda, Correspondence regarding Deutsche JudenFrage (2/1)undated
523Addenda, Correspondence Schuetz & "B" (2/2)1980-1982
524Addenda, Correspondence "C" (2/3)1980-1982
525Addenda, Correspondence "D" - "E" (2/4)1975, 1980-82
526Addenda, Correspondence "F" (2/5)1979-1981
527Addenda; Correspondence; "G" (2/6)1979-1981
528Addenda; Correspondence; Hahn (2/7)1978-1982
529Addenda; Correspondence; "H" (2/8)1978-1982
530Addenda; Correspondence; "I" - "K" (2/9)1974-1982
531Addenda; Correspondence; "L", clippings (2/10)1980-1982
532Addenda; Correspondence "M" - "P", poetry by Lilit Pavell (2/11)1980-1982
533Addenda; Correspondence "R" (2/12)1979-1982
534Addenda; Correspondence "S" (2/13)1980-1982
535Addenda; Correspondence "T" - "Z" (2/14)1950, 1979-1982
BoxFolderTitleDate
61ADDENDA: Correspondence, Clippings (a 3/1)1918-1980
62ADDENDA: Correspondence (a 3/1)1908-1978
63ADDENDA: Correspondence, Dora Segall (a 3/2)1979-1982
64ADDENDA: Correspondence, etc. regarding L.B.I. (a3/2)1974-1982
65ADDENDA: Correspond. Frank Falk (a3/3)1974, 1979-1982
66ADDENDA: Correspondence, Gustav, Hornve Ludwig Tietz (a3/4)undated
67ADDENDA: Correspondence (a3/5)1945-1952, 1974-1980
68ADDENDA: Correspondence (a 3/5)1875-1930
69Addenda: Manuscripts by R.W. + Morris Rosfinfeld (a4/1)1911-1913
610Addenda: Articles + Manuscripts by R.W. (a4/2)1957-1978
611Addenda: Articles, Clippings by R.W. (a4/3)1933, 1957-1976
612Addenda: Offprint by Volefr Dahin (a4/4)1979
613Addenda: Palestine, Partition, Middle East, Arab-Jewish Relations, Clippings (a4/5)1927-1971
614Addenda: Articles by R.W. AJR Inf. Bulletins etc. (a4/6)1958-1976
615Addenda: Music + Theater Programs (a5/1)1903-1921
616Addenda: Clippings (a5/2)1978-1982
617Addenda: Clippings, Middle East (a5/3)1979-1982
618Addenda: Clippings, Sadat (a5/4)1981
619Addenda: Clippings, Israelis (a5/5)1936-1981
620Addenda: Clippings; contemporary Philosophies (a5/6)undated
621Addenda: Clippings Israel Internal Politics (a5/7)1969
622Addenda: regarding Saul Bellow (a5/8)1970-1978
623Addenda: "The Shock of the new" ...1900-1981
BoxFolderTitleDate
71Addenda: Clippings (A 6/1)1959-1974
72Addenda: Clippings; Reviews etc. (A6/2)1958-1973
73Addenda: Clippings; "Die Gemeinde" (A6/2)1964-1970
74Addenda: Clippings, "die Gemeinde" (A6/3)1947-1974
75Addenda: Clippings, Articles by R.W. (A6/4)1963-1974
76Addenda: Clippings (A6/5)1947-1982
77Addenda: Clippings, Notes on R.W. 75th Birthday1955-1997
78Addenda: Clippings, Reprints & Reviews (A6/7)1950-1974
79Addenda: Clippings, Reprints, Xeroxes, Periodicals1951, 1969
710Addenda: Clippings, Xeroxes, Clippings (A7/1)1916-1982
711Addenda: Clippings, Articles, AJR(GB) Information A7/21980-1982
712Addenda: Clippings, Articles, Drafts (A7/2)1967-1982
713Addenda: Clippings, "AJR Information" Clippings, Manuscripts + Correspondence (A7/3)1961-1982
714Addenda: Clippings, Misc. Articles, regarding Judaism + Zionism (A7/4)1913-1982
715Addenda: Clippings RePrints (A7/5)1928-1978
716Addenda: Clippings, Correspondence w/ Buber (photo) (A7/6)1917-1978
717Addenda: Clippings; Correspondence Jewish Prague (A8/1)1978
718Addenda: Clippings, Correspond. Hans Kohn A8/21919-1960
719Addenda: Clippings, Correspondence Misc. (A8/3)1909-1972
720Addenda: Clippings, Misc. inc M..-.Booknotes A8/41917-1978
721Addenda: Clippings, Misc. incl. Diaries, Photos, Documents (file missing) (A8/5)undated
722Addenda: Offprints, Reprints & Photos (a 8/6)1940-1973
723Addenda: Clippings (a 8/22)1969-1973
724Addenda: Adler, Rudel, regarding Restitutions & Reparations (a9/1)1950-1953
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81Addenda; Adler-Rudel; regarding Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany (CJMAG) Correspondence (a9/2)1951-1960
82Addenda; Adler Rudel; Correspondence regarding "Geschichte" by LBI-NY & Jerusalem (a 9/3)1961-1971
83Addenda; Adler Rudel, Correspondence regarding Baron Hirsch in ... (a 9/4)1963-1968
84Addenda; History & Documents, Baron Hirsch (a9/5)1882-1963
85Addenda; Baron Hirsch + ICA (a 9/6)1896-1966
86Addenda; Adler Rudel, Baron Hirsch, Source material1886-1966
87Addenda; Adler Rudel, Baron Hirsch Turkish Empire Railroad Manuscript (A 10/1)1960
88Addenda; Adler Rudel, Correspondence, etc. regarding Baron Hirsch Manuscript, memo regarding family title (a 10/2)1965
89Addenda; Adler Rudel, Baron Hirsch; Correspondence, Clippings Notes, Photos (a 10/3)1891-1965
810Addenda; Adler Rudel; Correspondence, Clippings, Notes Draft Manuscript, Reviews e.Ostjuden in Deutschland (a 10/4)1957-1967
811Addenda; Adler Rudel, Survey of Facts + Figures (a 10/5)1935-1960
812Addenda; Adler Rudel, Tributes Clippings (a 10/6)1921-1964
813Addenda; Adler, Rudel; East European Jewish Migration to Germany1920-1926
814Addenda; Adler, Rudel; East European Jewish Migration to Germany (a 11/1)1919-1926
815Addenda; Adler Rudel; Immigration Blanc Forms (a 11/2)1920
816Addenda; Adler Rudel, Typed Manuscripts, regarding Eastern European Migrartion (a 11/3)1920-1934
817Addenda; Adler Rudel; Reparations + Indemnifications (a 11/4)1939-1952
818Addenda; Adler Rudel; World War - I - Post War Jewish Emigration (a 11/5)1921-1956
819Addenda; Adler Rudel; East European Jews (a 11/6)1882-1919
820Addenda; Adler R; regarding Status of Russian Jews in occupied Territory (incl. MicronFilm) (11/7)1915-1859
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91List of members of the synagogue community of Wuppertal-Elberfeldundated
92Hachsharah 1937-1952. Efforts to train Jews for careers in farming and manual arts preparatory to their emigration from Germany. Correspondence and reports by Adler-Rudel in connection with the above; correspondence between Solomon Adler-Rudel, Max Kreuzberger, Erich Kulka, Arnold Paucker, Anna Riwkin Brick, Hans Tramer, Robert W. and others (1956-1967); article by A-R on Alexandra Kollontai; Manuscripts1956-1967
93Material regarding the employment and economic status of German Jews after WWI b) statistical analysis and publications regarding the "Movement for the care of children from Germany" (1939); Kindertransport; manuscripts by Adler-Rudel1939
94Reports and correspondence on a wide variety of subjects and by many authors, scattered through the period 1916-19631916-1963
95Report: 7 Years of Jewish Help to Nazi Victims (Dup.)1940
96Proceedings on International Governmental Committee on Jewish Immigration1938
97Draft Report on Economic Activities of German Refugees1938
98Materials concerning the Evian Conference on political refugees in 1938. Correspondence regarding an article by Adler-Rudel concerning the conference to be published in LBI Yearbook; letter by Leo Baeck (1948); program of ’Kulturbund Deutscher Juden" (1935); pamphlet on the history of Jewish community of Bochum until 1880; materials relating to Alfred Philipp, rabbi in Wuppertal; manuscript by Kurt Blumenfeld on Walter Rathenauundated, 1935-1948
99Clippings and reprints, mainly from "Juedisch Liberale Zeitung"1925-1932
910Juedischer Almanach, Berlin1904
911Photo of Martin Buber, handsigned and dedicated to Robert Weltschundated
912Two large photos: unidentified assembly and title page of "Juedische Rundschau" of 1935undated, 1935
913Photos of Adler, Ludwig Bamberger, Bauer, Bernfeld, Buber, Solomon Buber, Ida Dehmel, Kautsky, Gustav Landauer, Sali Levi, Erwing Loewenson, Gustav Moeller, Moses Tobias Sondheimer, Friedrich Julius Stahl, the JDC Executive Committee Meeting, 1813 naturalization document of Ms. Peretz, page of the "Selbstwehr", Polish Jews during WWI, and other photos; correspondence and various other materials including letter to Robert Weltsch as editor of the "Juedische Rundschau" by the "Reichsminister fuer Volksaufklaerung und Propaganda."undated
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10Journals: “Die Welt”, “Die Zeit” vol. VII and VIII, “Junge Menschen”1910–1930, 1896, 1927
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111Youth magazine (Kishinev, Hebrew), “Yung Yiddish” (Lodz, Yiddish)1924, 1919
112Kriegs-Hagadah (Hebrew, German), Yiddish and Hebrew booklets, “Der Mensch: Monatschrift fuer Kultur”1915, unknown, 1918
113“Das Zelt: Eine Juedische Illustrierte Monatsschrift”, 1st year, volumes 7, 8, 10, 111924
114“Die Arbeit: Organ der zionistischen volkssozialistischen Partei”1919-1920
115“Die Welt”1909–1914
116Assorted: Juedische Jugendblaetter, Die Internationale Kunstwelt, Junge Menschen, The Nation, Die Kritische Tribuene, Der Orden Bne Briss: Mitteilungen, excerpts, Yiddish journal1912–1934
117Newspapers: Juedische Zeitung, Juedische Rundschau, Neue Freie Presse, The Times1910, 1914, 1919, 1935
118“Milgroim: A Yiddish Magazine of Art and Letters” and “Rimon: A Hebrew Magazine of Art and Letters”1922-1923
119Letter from Robert Weltsch re Moritz Goldstein1980
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