Guide to Lore Shelley papers
2011.003

Summary Information

Repository
Tauber Holocaust Library
Creator
Shelley, Lore, 1924-2011
Title
Lore Shelley papers
ID
2011.003
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1981-2000
Date [inclusive]
1890-2004
Extent
21.0 Linear feet comprising 20 record cartons and two manuscript boxes
Language
Multiple languages
Abstract
This collection is comprised of photographs, documents, and correspondence relating to the life and work of Holocaust survivor and author Lore Shelley. The collection includes material concerning Ms. Shelley’s five published books as well as her dissertation, questionnaires completed by survivors, post-war reparation and social security requests, Holocaust organizations, family research, and personal correspondence. Personal papers also include documents relating to Ms. Shelley’s time in D.P. hospitals prior to her immigration to the United States.

Preferred Citation note

[item], [date] - Lore Shelley papers - 2011.003, Tauber Holocaust Library - JFCS Holocaust Center, San Francisco, California

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Biographical/Historical note

Lore Shelley (née Weinberg) was born on February 19, 1924 in Luebbecke, Westphalia, Germany, the only child of a liberal Jewish family. The only Jewish child in her district, she attended public schools until 1938 when she was forced to leave because of anti-Jewish laws. She continued her education at Jewish schools in Ulm and Berlin until May 1941 when she was deported to the Kersdorf labor camp. She remained there for almost two years before her deportation to Auschwitz-Birkenau on April 20, 1943. She worked as a secretary in the Political Department and Civil Registry at Auschwitz until its evacuation in January 1945 when she was sent on a death march to Ravensbrueck and Malchow. After being liberated by the Russian army near Malchow in May 1945, Ms. Shelley was diagnosed with pulmonary tuberculosis. She was a patient in a variety of displaced persons (D.P.) hospitals in Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Ms. Shelley was the only surviving member of her family; her mother had perished on February 9, 1943 after deportation from Cologne and her father had died during her childhood. She continued her education during her recuperation and met Sucher (Isy) Shelley at a rehabilitation center in Grottaferrata, Italy. Sucher Shelley, who was liberated from Ebensee, came from a devout Jewish family in Poland. Like Lore, he was the only member of his family to survive the Holocaust.

The couple was married in Rome in 1951 and immigrated to New York in August 1956. Mr. Shelley found work as a watchmaker and moved to San Francisco in 1957 to start a watch import business, the West Coast Swiss Watch Company. Ms. Shelley studied psychology at the New School for Social Research and received her M.A. in February 1958, after which she moved to San Francisco to join Sucher. The couple worked as partners in the business and their daughter Gabriela was born in 1965. Ms. Shelley received a second master’s degree in social work, from San Francisco State University, in 1978. After obtaining her PhD in Human and Organizational Development from the Fielding Institute and completing her dissertation Jewish Holocaust Survivor’s Attitudes toward Contemporary Beliefs about Themselves in 1983, Ms. Shelley published five books concerning the Holocaust. Her first book,  Secretaries of Death, was published in 1986 and was followed by  Criminal Experiments on Human Beings in Auschwitz and War Research Laboratories in 1991,  Auschwitz—The Nazi Civilization in 1992,  The Union Kommando in Auschwitz in 1996, and  Post-Auschwitz Fragments in 1997. Ms. Shelley was also an active member of various San Francisco Bay Area Holocaust organizations including the Committee of Remembrance, TIKVAH, and the Holocaust Center of Northern California.

Sucher Shelley died in 2009. Lore Shelley died in New York on February 21, 2011. She was buried on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

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Scope and Contents note

The Lore Shelley papers document the professional and personal life of San Francisco Holocaust survivor and author Lore Shelley. Ms. Shelley devoted her professional life to documenting the experiences of other Holocaust survivors, primarily those who survived the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. The collection provides insight into an examination of Holocaust experience using personal testimony of individual survivors, as compiled and interpreted by a Holocaust survivor who shared those experiences.

The collection is rich in primary source material related to Ms. Shelley’s interviews and correspondence with these survivors and the subsequent accounts of their experiences that appear in her dissertation and later publications. Of particular interest is the data collected from a questionnaire about Holocaust experiences that Ms. Shelley distributed at the 1981 World Gathering of Holocaust Survivors in Jerusalem and mailed to survivors around the world.

The papers also document Ms. Shelley’s personal commitment to Holocaust research and remembrance, as reflected in her travels to her hometown Luebbecke, Germany; her involvement in Holocaust-related local organizations; her collection of articles and books related to the Holocaust; and her attendance at Holocaust-related educational conferences.

The collection includes audiocassettes, photographs, drawings, newspaper clippings, correspondence, videotapes, questionnaires, manuscripts, newsletters, minutes, and agendas.

The bulk of the collection dates from after Ms. Shelley’s arrival in the United States in 1956 until 2004, although there are some documents related to Ms. Shelley’s life in post-war D.P. hospitals, including medical papers, dated 1945-1955, and family papers dating from 1890. The collection includes documents in multiple languages, primarily German and English, and centers mostly on Ms. Shelley’s correspondence and activities in the United States, Germany, and Israel.

The collection is divided into thirteen series:

1. Questionnaires, 1981

Completed and blank questionnaires used by Ms. Shelley as research for her dissertation. Many of the questionnaires were distributed at the 1981 World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors.

2. Dissertation, 1982-2001

Materials relating to her dissertation Jewish Holocaust Survivors Attitudes Toward Contemporary Beliefs About Themselves include drafts, a copyright application, and correspondence.

Published Books

The following five series comprise documents related to each of Ms. Shelley’s five published books, including correspondence with contributors and the publisher, photographs, post-publication reviews, research, excerpts, and book manuscripts. In 1989 Ms. Shelley began work on a book originally called Mrs. SS Woman that evolved into a two-volume book titled  Auschwitz—The Nazi Civilization. Due to a lack of publishing interest in a two-volume work, Ms. Shelley eventually published the two volumes separately but concurrently in 1992 under different publishing companies as  Auschwitz—The Nazi Civilization: Twenty-Three Women Prisoners’ Accounts: Auschwitz Camp Administration and  SS Enterprises and Workshops and Criminal Experiments on Human Beings in Auschwitz and War Research Laboratories: Twenty Women Prisoners’ Accounts. Documents in the collection chronicle this evolution. There is no correspondence accompanying Ms. Shelley’s last book,  Post-Auschwitz Fragments.

3. Secretaries of Death, 1981-2001

4. Auschwitz—The Nazi Civilization, 1957-199

5. Criminal Experiments on Human Beings in Auschwitz and War Research Laboratories, 1952-2000

6. Union Kommando, 1985-199

7. Post-Auschwitz Fragments, 1964-2004

8. Personal papers, 1890-2004

Personal documents consist of papers related to health, family genealogy research, and compensation claims, as well as personal correspondence.

9. Luebbecke, 1951-2003

This series contains documents regarding the town of Luebbecke, Germany,where Ms. Shelley was raised, and Ms. Shelley’s visits there in 1986 and 1990.

10. Education, 1937-1992

Education files include coursework from Ms. Shelley’s post-graduate studies at the New School for Social Research, San Francisco State University, and the Fielding Institute, alumni newsletters, and materials for psychological testing.

11. Work with organizations, 1979-2002

This series comprises documents relating to Ms. Shelley’s involvement in San Francisco-based Holocaust organizations, including board minutes, agendas, newsletters, and bylaws, for organizations including but not limited to, Tikvah, the Holocaust Center of Northern California, and Yad Vashem.

12. Materials relating to the Holocaust, 1955-2003

This series includes materials relating to the Holocaust that were collected by Ms. Shelley but did not originate with her, such as testimonies, newspaper and magazine articles, plays, essays, videotapes, and audiocassettes.

13. Conferences 1981-2000

Papers and information from Holocaust conferences are also present, including the Remembering the Future conference in Oxford, England in 2000.

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Arrangement note

Collection arranged according to its placement on shelves in Ms. Shelley's home.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Tauber Holocaust Library

JFCS Holocaust Center
2245 Post Street
San Francisco, CA, 94115
415-449-3717
tauberholocaustlibrary@jfcs.org

Conditions Governing Access note

There are no restrictions to access for this collection.

Conditions Governing Use note

There are no restrictions to use for this collection.

Processing Information note

Collection processed by Lauren Gaylord, Alan Phelps and Judy Janec.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Auschwitz (Concentration camp).
  • Fielding Institute (Santa Barbara, Calif.).
  • Holocaust Center of Northern California (San Francisco, Calif.).
  • Tikvah Acharey Hashoah (Hope After the Holocaust).

Genre(s)

  • Audio cassettes
  • Books -- Reviews
  • Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
  • Correspondence
  • Dissertations, Academic
  • Newsletters.
  • Photographs
  • Questionnaires

Geographic Name(s)

  • Lübbecke (Germany)

Personal Name(s)

  • Duering, Renee
  • Shelley, Gabriela, Dr.
  • Vago, Lydia

Subject(s)

  • Concentration camp inmates -- Poland -- Oswiecim
  • Forced labor -- Poland
  • Holocaust survivors
  • Holocaust survivors -- Interviews
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Congresses and conventions
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Psychological aspects
  • Human experimentation in medicine -- Poland
  • Jewish women in the Holocaust
  • Jews -- Persecutions -- Germany
  • Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland
  • War damage compensation
  • World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors (1981 : Jerusalem)

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Collection Inventory

Questionnaires 1981-1982   28.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

101-124 1981 

1-1

125-150 1981 

1-2

151-175 1981 

1-3

201-225 1981 

1-4

301-329 1981 

1-5

330-359 1981 

1-6

360-385 1981 

1-7

390-419 1981 

1-8

420-449 1981 

2-1

450-479 1981 

2-2

480-506 1981 

2-3

601-625 1981 

2-4

626-651 1981 

2-5

652-681 1981 

2-6

801-830 1981 

2-7

831-861 1981 

3-1

901-917 1981 

3-2

918-937 1981 

3-3

Questionnaire results 1982 

3-22

Questionnaires Correspondence 1/8 Garfinkel + Samson 1981 

8-2

Questionnaires Correspondence 2/8 [form letter, correspondence] 1981-1982 

8-3

Questionnaires Correspondence 3/8 Questionnaires received July/Aug 1982 1981-1982 

8-4

Questionnaires Correspondence 4/8 Accompanying letters written 1982 

8-5

Questionnaires Correspondence 5/8 Frequency Distribution for Questions 44-93 1982 

8-6

Questionnaires Correspondence 6/8 [returned to sender] 1982 

8-7

Questionnaires Correspondence 7/8 SF Sunday Examiner & Chronicle Clipping 1985 

8-8

Questionnaires Correspondence 8/8 [correspondence] 1981-1983 

8-9

Respondents by # and Name 101-937 1981 

12-11

Questionnaire Dissertation 1981 

18-31

[blank questionnaires] 1981 

17-20

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Dissertation 1982-2001   14.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

F1. Intro-Chapter 3 1983 

3-7

F2. Chapter 4-Chapter 6 1983 

3-8

F3. Chapter 7 through page 245 1983 

3-9

F4. Chapter 7 beginning page 246-311 1983 

3-10

F5. Chapter 8-Chapter 9 1983 

3-11

F6: Appendix A-E 1983 

3-12

Dissertation correspondence 1982-1984 

6-7

Dissertation Holocaust-Scholars Libraries list to whom sent 1984-1986 

6-8

Dissertation: Jewish Holocaust Survivors Attitudes Toward Contemporary Beliefs About Themselves 1983 

6-9

L. Shelley Diss Disk 1-3 1983 

6-10

Dissertation - Reactions to 1/3 Researchers + Institutions 1981-1985 

11-1

Dissertation - Reactions to 2/3 Publishers 1984 

11-2

Dissertation - Reactions to 3/3 Private Individuals 1984 

11-3

Questionnaire Dissertation 1981 

18-31

Fielding 11/11 [copyright registration] 1983 

20-53

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Secretaries of Death 1981-2001 

Correspondence   34.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 1/13 [in front pocket] 1984 

7-10

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 2/13 [contents in envelope] 1985 

7-11

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 3/13 [handwritten notes and article] 1984 

7-12

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder 4/13 Holocaust Library 1984 

7-13

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 5/13 Post-trip (Aug. 84) 1984 

7-14

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 6/13 Politische before July 84 1984 

7-15

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 7/13 Kopecki/Wiesenthal 1984 

7-16

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 8/13 Poland 1985 

7-17

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 9/13 Hella Grossman 1984-1985 

7-18

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 10/13 Yitzchak Kerem 1984-1986 

7-19

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 11/13 Langbein 1985-1987 

7-20

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 12/13 Traune + Schatzky 1984 

7-21

Secretaries of Death correspondence [yellow binder] 13/13 Rudy Robert 

7-22

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 1/6 Politische Jan '85 1968-1986 

7-23

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 2/6 Radvanski--Selamonova--Edith Grunwald 1984-1985 

7-24

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 3/6 Valerie Tuschev 1984-1985 

7-25

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 4/6 SS-Inquiries 1985 

7-26

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 5/6 Iza + Lajos Klein 1984-1986 

7-27

Secretaries of Death correspondence [blue binder] 6/6 Stabsgebaude 1985 

7-28

Shengold + Cargas 1/3 1986 

8-18

Shengold + Cargas 2/3 1985-1987 

8-19

Shengold + Cargas 3/3 1989 

8-20

Sharona H 1985-1986 

16-13

[Form letters in German and bios] 1987 

16-19

[untitled binder - testimonies and correspondence] 1/2 1984-1985 

16-20

[untitled binder - testimonies and correspondence] 2/2 1985 

16-21

[untitled binder 2 - testimonies, notes and correspondence] 1984   4.0 Folder(s)

16-22 through 16-25

[untitled folder - correspondence, article, sheet music, notes] undated 

17-7

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

[correspondence, articles, clippings] 1981-2001 

17-13

[Secretaries of Death - reviews and correspondence] 1985-1991 

18-3

Publication   3.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Secretaries of Death publisher 1984-1986 

5-12

Eli Wiesel-Jacket Quotes-Reviewer (before) for "Secretaries of Death" 1985-1986 1985-1986 

11-24

[University Press of America material] 1995-1996 

16-1

Post-Publication   23.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 1/7 Speech 1987 

11-4

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 2/7 Errors-Clippings 1986 

11-5

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 3/7 Copyright 1986-1987 

11-6

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 4/7 Post-Publication 1986-1988 

11-7

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 5/7 Acknowledgements + Reactions 1986-1987 

11-8

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 6/7 Correspondence with contributors 1986-1987 

11-9

Post Publication Reactions to Secretaries of Death 7/7 Correspondence with non-Contributors 1987 

11-10

Play + Translation 1987-1994 

15-1

1) "Secretaries" brochures 2) "Secretaries" excerpts [1986] 

17-5

Reviews of "Secretaries" (misc.) 1986 

17-6

Amit Reviews 1987 

17-3

[untitled folder - article in German, business cards] undated 

17-8

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

[correspondence, articles, clippings] 1981-2001 

17-13

Portfolio incomplete 1986-1990 

17-4

Reviews (complete) 1982-1987 

17-6

Reviews - Secretaries, Experiments, Nazi Civil., Union 1983-1998 

18-1

[Secretaries of Death - reviews and correspondence] 1985-1991 

18-3

Info on 5 books 1987-1999 

18-6

Secretaries 1983-1988 

18-29

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 1/6 [Secretaries of Death excerpt, dissertation correspondence, book floppy discs, reviews] 1982-1992 

20-2

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 3/6 Secretaries of Death 1985-1991 

20-4

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 4/6 Reviews (German) 1986-1993 

20-5

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 5/6 Secretaries 1985-1991 

20-6

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 6/6 [booklists, Schreiberinnen des Todes, reviews] 1991-1992 

20-7

Versions   14.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

"Secretaries of Death" versions [1985-1986]   5.0 Folder(s)

5-1 through 5-5

Secretaries of Death versions   5.0 Folder(s)

6-5, 6-6

AJZ [German language versions of Secretaries] undated 

11-21

[German language version of Secys of Death and English intro] undated 

11-25

[Secretaries of Death - blue lines] 1986 

16-9

Schreiberinnen Union 1992-1996 

18-4

Book Pieces and Research   17.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Contrib. in German - Secretaries 1984-1985 

8-1

N-Z stories [1985] 

16-10

A-M (stories) [1985] 

16-11

Chapter V: The Male Prisoners, pp. 404-441d undated 

16-12

Handwritten original Mark [material is not handwritten] 1985-1986 

16-14

Excerpts - Misc. 1984 

16-15

Appendix A: Politische Abteilung pp. 442-442g [1985] 

16-17

Appendix D: The SS Men of the Politische Abteilung pp. 466-488 [1985] 

16-18

Felix (Polish) + Tamara Katz undated 

16-16

Photos undated 

18-37

Secretaries 1983-1988 

18-29

Aranka Pollak 1987 

19-21

Lore's Story 1984 

19-22

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 1/6 [Secretaries of Death excerpt, dissertation correspondence, book floppy discs, reviews] 1982-1992 

20-2

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 2/6 [excerpts - Union Kommando, criminal experiments, secretaries] undated 

20-3

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 3/6 Secretaries of Death 1985-1991 

20-4

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 5/6 Secretaries 1985-1991 

20-6

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 6/6 [booklists, Schreiberinnen des Todes, reviews] 1991-1992 

20-7

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Auschwitz--The Nazi Civilization 1957-1999  (Bulk, 1987-1990)

Correspondence   33.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Correspondence - Nazi Civil + Exper. [France et al] 1987-1992   3.0 Folder(s)

8-21 through 8-23

Correspondence - Nazi Civil + Exper. [Australia et al] 1987-1992   4.0 Folder(s)

8-24 through 8-27

Stabsgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 1/4 1989 

9-64

Stabsgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 2/4 Jacky + Natzweiler 1988 

9-65

Stabsgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 3/4 USA + Canada 1987-1988 

9-66

Stabsgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 4/4 Israel 1987-1991 

9-67

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 1/7 1) Institutions 2) Refusal 3) Kulka/Dagmar/Riwka/Kopecky/Price 4) Rafalonitz 1987-1992 

9-68

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1988-'89/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 1/7 1) Mella Grossman 2) Janka Nagel 3) Lilli Kopecky 4) Elfi 1988-1989 

9-69

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 3/7 Institutions-Iancu/Steumza/Dr. Munch/Smolen 1987-1989 

9-70

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 4/7 Refusals 1987-1989 

9-71

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 5/7 Langbein 1988-1990 

9-72

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 6/7 Kulka/Dagmar/Riwka/Irene, Jay Dumia/Price 1987-1988 

9-73

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 7/7 Rafalonitz 1987-1989 

9-74

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 1/10 undated 

9-54

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 2/10 1991 

9-55

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 3/10 1987-1989 

9-56

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 4/10 1989 

9-57

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 5/10 undated 

9-58

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 6/10 undated 

9-59

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 7/10 1988 

9-60

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 8/10 1988-1989 

9-61

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 9/10 undated 

9-62

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 10/10 undated 

9-63

Correspondence Nazi-Civiliz + Experiments 1987-'92 1957-1992 

10-10

Jutta Pelz undated 

11-22

Jutta Pelz undated 

12-6

[untitled folder] [correspondence, clippings] 1909-1990  (Bulk, 1989-1990)

15-25

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

Publication   6.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

UPA 1990 1990-1994 

5-13

Nazi Civilization Publishers 1/4 1988-1990 

11-11

Nazi Civilization Publishers 2/4 1989-1990 

11-12

Nazi Civilization Publishers 3/4 1990 

11-13

Nazi Civilization Publishers 4/4 1988-1991 

11-14

UPA 1995 1995 

14-13

Post-Publication   5.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Reviews [et al] 1990-1991 

17-1

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

Review copies 1992 

17-11

Reviews - Secretaries, Experiments, Nazi Civil., Union 1983-1998 

18-1

Info on 5 books 1987-1999 

18-6

Versions   9.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Auschwitz-The Nazi Civilization [1992] 

6-11

Auschwitz the Nazi Civilization (Vol I) 1989 

7-4

Auschwitz the Nazi Civilization (Vol II) 1989 

7-5

Auschwitz the Nazi Civilization (draft with notes) [1989] 

7-6

Nazi Civilization [1992] 

7-9

Auschwitz the Nazi Civilization - Vols I and II [manuscripts] 1989   4.0 Folder(s)

10-6 through 10-9

Book Pieces and Research   64.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Stabsgebaude 1/4 1987 

8-10

Stabsgebaude 2/4 1988 

8-11

Stabsgebaude 3/4 1987 

8-12

Stabsgebaude 4/4 1987-1988 

8-13

Stabs. Non-Contrib binder 1/4 [clippings, notes, notebook] 1988 

8-14

Stabs. Non-Contrib binder 2/4 Incomplete 1986-1987 

8-15

Stabs. Non-Contrib binder 3/4 Literature 1955-1988 

8-16

Stabs. Non-Contrib binder 4/4 Duplicates undated 

8-17

Orig. Stabsg. A-F 1964-1988  (Bulk, 1987-1988)   18.0 Folder(s)

9-3 through 9-20

Orig. Stabsg G-K 1963-1988  (Bulk, 1988)   12.0 Folder(s)

9-21 through 9-32

Orig. Stabsg M-Z 1986-1988  (Bulk, 1987-1988)   21.0 Folder(s)

9-33 through 9-53

Experiments + Nazi Civiliz - samples 1989 

11-20
Cassette

Audiocassettes [interviews] 1987-1988   29 Audiocassettes

Box 16
Box-folder

Photos undated 

18-37

Index undated 

20-8

[Glossary] undated 

20-15

Mrs. SS Woman   2.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Mrs. SS Woman 1989 

7-1

[untitled folder] [correspondence, clippings] 1909-1990  (Bulk, 1989-1990)

15-25

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Criminal Experiments on Human Beings in Auschwitz and War Research Laboratories 1952-2000   35.0 Folder(s)

Correspondence   30.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Correspondence - Nazi Civil + Exper. [France et al] 1987-1992   3.0 Folder(s)

8-21 through 8-23

Correspondence - Nazi Civil + Exper. [Australia et al] 1987-1992   4.0 Folder(s)

8-24 through 8-28

Stabesgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 1/4 1989 

9-64

Stabesgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 2/4 Jacky + Natzweiler 1988 

9-65

Stabesgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 3/4 USA + Canada 1987-1988 

9-66

Stabesgebaude Correspondence/USA-Canada-Israel/Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiment 1987-'92 4/4 Israel 1987-1991 

9-67

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 1/7 1) Institutions 2) Refusal 3) Kulka/Dagmar/Riwka/Kopecky/Price 4) Rafalonitz 1987-1992 

9-68

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 2/7 Stabsgebaude I 1) Hella Grossman 2) Janka Nagel 3) Lilli Kopecky 4) Elfi 1988-1989 

9-69

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 3/7 Institutions-Iancu/Steumza/Dr Munch/Smolen 1987-1989 

9-70

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 4/7 Refusals 1987-1989 

9-71

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 5/7 Langbein 1988-1990 

9-72

Correspondence Nazi Civil + Experiments 1987-'92/Stabsgebaude - Langbein 6/7 Kulka/Dagmar/Riwka/Irene, Jay Dumia/Price 1987-1988 

9-73

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 1/10 undated 

9-54

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 2/10 1991 

9-55

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 3/10 1987-1989 

9-56

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 4/10 1989 

9-57

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 5/10 undated 

9-58

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 6/10 undated 

9-59

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 7/10 1988 

9-60

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 8/10 1988-1989 

9-61

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 9/10 undated 

9-62
Folder

Addresses - Form Letter 86-92 10/10 undated 

9-63
Box-folder

Correspondence Nazi-Civiliz + Experiments 1987-'92 1957-1992 

10-10

Renee Duering 1/3 1986 

12-1

Renee Duering 2/3 1974 

12-2

Renee Duering 3/3 1974-1988 

12-3

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

[untitled binder] 1/3 [correspondence] 1997 

19-4

[untitled binder] 2/3 [correspondence] 1996-2000 

19-5

[untitled binder] 3/3 [correspondence, clippings] 1994-1996 

19-6

Publication   2.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

The Edwin Mellen Press 1991-1995   2.0 Folder(s)

14-14 through 14-15

Post-Publication   5.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Reviews [et al] 1990-1991 

17-1

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

Reviews - Secretaries, Experiments, Nazi Civil., Union 1983-1998 

18-1

Info on 5 books 1987-1999 

18-6

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 2/6 [excerpts - Union Kommando, criminal experiments, secretaries] undated 

20-3

Versions   2.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Criminal Experiments on Human Beings in Auschwitz and War Research Laboratories - drafts 1991 

6-12
Folder

Criminal Experiments on Human Beings 1991 

Box TBD

Book Pieces and Research   19.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Renee's Drawings 1/5 1952-1988 

10-1

Renee's Drawings 2/5 undated 

10-2

Renee's Drawings 3/5 undated 

10-3

Renee's Drawings 4/5 undated 

10-4

Renee's Drawings 5/5 undated 

10-5

Experiments + Nazi Civiliz - samples 1989 

11-20
Cassette

Audiocassettes [interviews]   29 audiocassettes

Box 16
Box-folder

[photos from Edwin Mellen Press] 1995 

18-35
Cassette

VHS tape Anne Frank Stichting Ima Spanjaard Duits ondertiteld undated 

Box 19

VHS tape Ima Spanjaard undated 

Box 19
Box-folder

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 2/6 [excerpts - Union Kommando, criminal experiments, secretaries] undated 

20-3

Index undated 

20-8

Dr. Brewda Interview Oct. 1987 1987 

20-9

Dr. Brewda Interview (Wiener Library) undated 

20-10

Sylvia Friedmann 1957-1989 

20-12

Rajsko (Inge Schlesinger) 1965 

20-14

[Glossary] undated 

20-15

[handwritten notebook] undated 

20-16

[loose papers on female tubal occlusion] 1982-1990 

20-18

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Union Kommando 1985-1999 

Correspondence   37.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Schutt Vago 1/2 1992-1995 

3-18

Schutt Vago 2/2 1996-1999 

3-19

Lidia Vago 1/2 1997-1998 

9-1

Lidia Vago 2/2 1986-1997  (Bulk, 1992-1997)

9-2

Union - Questionnaires + Form Letters [1995] 

12-12

Vago correspondence 1995/1996 1995-`996 

12-13

Papers from Lidia Vago Dec '94 1994 

12-14

Lidia Vago [1995] 

12-16

Lydia Vago 4/9/95 1995 

12-17

Lidia Vago undated 

13-10

Kulka 1985-1987 

14-3

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

Michael Berenbaum, Union [1999] 

18-8

Union Correspondence 1/23 1993 

20-20

Union Correspondence 2/23 1993 

20-21

Union Correspondence 3/23 1993 

20-22

Union Correspondence 4/23 1994-1996 

20-23

Union Correspondence 5/23 1992 

20-24

Union Correspondence 6/23 1992-1993 

20-25

Union Correspondence 7/23 1993-1994 

20-26

Union Correspondence 8/23 undated 

20-27

Union Correspondence 9/23 1993 

20-28

Union Correspondence 10/23 Dokumentat. Archiv Wien 1993 

20-29

Union Correspondence 11/23 Westdeutscher Rundfunk 1993 

20-30

Union Correspondence 12/23 Presse Mitteilungen 1989-1993 

20-31

Union Correspondence 13/23 1993 

20-32

Union Correspondence 14/23 Rafalowitz 1993 

20-33

Union Correspondence 15/23 Bonn Landgericht 1993 

20-34

Union Correspondence 16/23 Gesch Nat Sug-Dr. Herbert, Hamburg 1993 

20-35

Union Correspondence 17/23 Amicale d'Auschwitz 1993-1994 

20-36

Union Correspondence 18/23 Inst Zeitgeschichte Munch Dr. Averbach 1993 

20-37

Union Correspondence 19/23 Union = "Prozess" Munchhausen, Miller, Hefurt, Averbach 1992 

20-38

Union Correspondence 20/23 Susan Katz 1992 

20-39

Union Correspondence 21/23 Langbein/Sonja + Dagmar 1992-1995 

20-40

Union Correspondence 22/23 Misc 1992 

20-41

Union Correspondence 23/23 Willinaw Pajak, Jerzy Pozimski 1992-1995 

20-42
Folder

Diverse Materialien uber das Leben und die Tatighet... 1992 

Legal-sized folder, box TBD

Publication   5.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Union Copyright Contributors A-H 1992-1995 

13-12

Union [Copyright Contributors] H-L 1992-1995   2.0 Folder(s)

13-13 through 13-14

UPA 1995 1995 

14-13
Folder

[University Press of America material] 1995-1996 

Box 16

Post-Publication   10.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

1) Reactions to & Confirmation of "Union"; 2) Cargas; 3) Review Requests; 4) Kittel-Berlin; 5) Goldhagen 1996-1997   3.0 Folder(s)

15-4 through 15-6

[correspondence, book reviews, ads] 1992-1996 

17-10

[untitled folder - article in German, business cards] undated 

17-8

Reviews - Secretaries, Experiments, Nazi Civil., Union 1983-1998 

18-1

Flyers - Union Kommando 1992-1995 

18-2

Schreiberinnen Union 1992-1996 

18-4

Dr. Nachman 1996 

18-7

Info on 5 books 1987-1999 

18-6

Versions   4.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Union Kommando versions 1995   4.0 Folder(s)

6-1, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4

Book Pieces and Research   19.0 Folder(s)

Cassette

Union Kommando audiotapes   40 tapes

Box 21
Box-folder

[Lidia Vago] abridged version received Apr 95 in Berlin 1995 

12-15

Excerpts from "Union" [1995] 

13-7

List of "Unionists" Addresses Der speigel 1993 

13-8

List of Union books sent with records Feb-Mar 1990 1996 

13-9

Union Non-contributors [C-K] 1992-1993 

13-15

Union Non-contributors [L-Y] 1992-1993 

13-16

Memoirs of Helen Karser, Ehrenhalt-Felix, Langsem-Sukberbergm, Moshe Kulka; Union Papers - Schlomea Burn, Resl Tabohom, Photos etc. 1993 

13-11

Contrib. Union - Rogier-Liebermann-Olomucki-Schwarcz 1996   3.0 Folder(s)

14-5 through 14-6

Contr. M-Z Union 1992-1996   2.0 Folder(s)

14-8 through 14-9

Union contributors + Vago's Lists 1992-1993   2.0 Folder(s)

15-2 through 15-3

[photos from Union Kommando] undated 

18-36
Cassette

VHS tape Testimony of Claire Heyman undated 

Box 19
Box-folder

Aranka Pollak 1987 

19-21

Book (reviews and excerpts) box 2/6 [excerpts - Union Kommando, criminal experiments, secretaries] undated 

20-3

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Post-Auschwitz Fragments 1964-2004   17.0 Folder(s)

Publication   1.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Morris Publishing 1996-1997 

14-2

Post-Publication   2.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Reviews "Fragments" 1999 

18-10

Versions   2.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Post-Auschwitz fragments - oldest 1997 

7-2

Post Auschwitz Fragments - intermediate 1997 

7-3

Info on 5 books 1987-1999 

18-6

Book Pieces and Research   14.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Auschwitz Trial 1964 

10-11

Travels 1986 

11-15

Summer 1979 1979 

11-16

Journal - Calif Aging and Health Care Leaders Goodwill People to People Program 1983 

11-17

China Tour 1983 

11-18

Table of Contents (Jewish Home interviews) 1976-1977 

11-23

Post Auschwitz Fragments - final 1997 

11-19

Travels 1986   2.0 Folder(s)

12-4, 12-5

[misc. items not in binder] 2002-2004 

15-13

Travel Reports 1955-1984  (Bulk, 1976-1984)

15-16

"Working with Immigrant Children..." undated 

15-36

Excerpts from "Fragments" 1955-1992 

18-5

[Europe Orientale en Autocar de Paris a Paris] 1979 

19-24

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Personal 1890-2004 

Health   7.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Biofeedback and Stress Reduction F1: Life Stress meter and thermometer undated 

3-13

Biofeedback and Stress Reduction F2: Passive Muscle Relaxation Cassette undated 

3-14

Biofeedback and Stress Reduction F3: Correspondence and other material regarding stress 1990-1994 

3-15

Misc [personal - medical, travel, professional, photos, clippings, Kristallnacht pamphlet] 1983 

12-20

Hemlock Society material and newsletters 2001-2003 

13-1

Periodontal Disease 1981-1982 

15-32

[loose medical papers and photos] 1945-1960 

18-59

Family Research   9.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Werther Holocaust Reports 1983 

15-21

Jewish Community - Werther 19th Century minutes undated 

15-22

[untitled envelope] 1985 

15-26

[untitled envelope]-Werther 1966 

15-27

Negatives of Ancestors undated 

15-31

[loose papers in German and Yiddish] undated 

18-55

[untitled binder] 1/3 [correspondence] 1997 

19-4

[untitled binder] 2/3 [correspondence] 1996-2000 

19-5

[untitled binder] 3/3 [correspondence, clippings] 1995-1996 

19-6

Correspondence   32.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Unidentified note pad undated 

3-4

Xeroxed address book undated 

7-7

Maliarova 1987-1988 

12-7

AJZ Langbein - Postel - Vinary 1989-1992 

12-9

Issroff - Yanai - France - Menorah - Bielefehl - Lotte Dresser - Felstiner - Spitz - Bobb Mettlanch - Dr. Grabensberg 1987 

12-10

Miscellaneous [Tibor Weiss] 2004 

15-9

Uber-Setzungen/Libicki 2004 

15-10

[Report] Warum heute nach fast undated 

15-23

Hoffman Sachs 1981-1982 

15-33

[untitled folder - article in German, business cards] undated 

17-8

Hamb. 1/3 1995-1999 

17-26

Hamb. 2/3 1993-1996 

17-27

Hamb. 3/3 1993-1998 

17-28

Kittel 1996-1998 

17-12

Meta Impflchein 1890-1998 

18-15

[untitled binder] 1/4 [loose papers, clippings, photos] 1948-2004 

18-38

[untitled binder] 2/4 [correspondence, photos, loose papers] 1989-1999 

18-39

[untitled binder] 3/4 [correspondence, loose papers] 1991-1992 

18-40

[untitled binder] 4/4 [articles, correspondence, loose papers] 1984-1992 

18-41

Berger Hadassah 1/5 [Berger correspondence] 1993-1994 

18-48

Berger Hadassah 2/5 [clippings, loose papers, correspondence] 1992-1996 

18-49

Berger Hadassah 3/5 [Hadassah correspondence] 1993-1996 

18-50

Berger Hadassah 4/5 [Hadassah correspondence, photos, Yad Vashem News] 1992-1993 

18-51

Berger Hadassah 5/5 [loose papers, photos] 1960-1991 

18-52

Isy's Schmuck + Edelmetallgegenstande 1961-1972 

18-60

[untitled envelope] 1/2 [German correspondence] 1958-1965 

18-61

[untitled envelope] 2/2 [German correspondence] 1937-1965 

18-62

[untitled binder] 3/7 [Helden des Fortschritts?, correspondence] 1998 

19-9

[untitled binder] 4/7 Claude Romney 1969-1998 

19-10

[untitled binder] 5/7 Decker, Bertelsmann 1994-1998 

19-11

[untitled binder] 6/7 [correspondence, clippings] 1997-1998 

19-12

[untitled binder] 7/7 Mike Dunn, Deutsch. Holoc. Museum, Konstanz, Reviews, Ludenscheid 1994-1998 

19-13

Compensation and Restitution   15.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Zwangsarbeit 1943-2001 

3-21

Claims Conference material 1998-2002 

5-14

[untitled binder with dividers: Zuriel-Hese-Hamburg-Isy Berlin-German Retirement] 1991-2002  (Bulk, 1991-1993)

14-7

Hamburg 2004 

15-11

Paderborn 2000 

15-12

[correspondence - Bundessozial Gericht] 1997 

15-14

Record of Dusseldorf Rente 1944-1995 

16-4

[Claims Conference and Lodz reunion material] 2003-2004 

16-8

German Retirement - Isy + Lore 1992-2001 

17-25

Sozial Rente 1/3 [loose papers] 1980-1990 

18-32

Sozial Rente 2/3 [correspondence] 1980-1988 

18-33

Sozial Rente 3/3 [consulate papers, clippings] 1980-1981 

18-34

Lore Retirement Agency 1/3 [articles, correspondence, loose papers] 1945-2004 

18-42

Lore Retirement Agency 2/3 [correspondence, loose papers] 1945-2004 

18-43

Lore Retirement Agency 3/3 [correspondence, loose papers] 1953-1995 

18-44

Miscellaneous   3.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Who's Who 2004 

15-8

Tree Certificates 1982-1985 

15-34

Sweden 1997-2000 

18-12

[bookstore print-outs] 1996 

18-16

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Lübbecke 1951-2003   9.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

1986 Einladung - Luebbecke 1984-1986 

12-18

Lubbecke Geschichte undated 

14-1

Lubbecke 1992-1993 

14-10

Lubbecke - Post Visit 1/2 1987-1995 

14-11

Lubbecke - Post Visit 2/2 1986-1987 

14-12

Lubbecke 1990 1990 

15-15

Lubbecke - Clippings sent 1979-1983   4.0 Folder(s)

15-17 through 15-20

[Lubbecke material] 2003 

16-7

Villa Giuseppina Reichtagswahlan Lubb 1951-1991 

19-25

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Education 1937-1992   16.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Intelligence Test/Scale Materials 1937-1955 

4

[various papers, notes, correspondence] 1965-1983 

10-12

Madison Study 1981 

12-8

Travel Reports 1955-1984  (Bulk, 1976-1984)

15-16

"Jewish Minorities in Israel" 1983 

15-35

Fielding 1/11 1984-1989   11 folders

20-43

Fielding 2/11 Solicitation 1984 

20-44

Fielding 3/11 Corr 1983-1988 

20-45

Fielding 4/11 misc 1984 

20-46

Fielding 5/11 Faculty descriptions undated 

20-47

Fielding 6/11 Occasional papers 1981 

20-48

Fielding 7/11 Newsletters 1980-1989 

20-49

Fielding 8/11 HOD Open Letter 1990-1992 

20-50

Fielding 9/11 [graduate rosters, mailings] 1985-1992 

20-51

Fielding 10/11 [News & Fielding Magazine] 1989-1992 

20-52

Fielding 11/11 [copyright registration 1983 

20-53

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Work with organizations 1979-2002   23.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

Tikvah 1/2 1992-1995 

3-16

Tikvah 2/2 1991-195 

3-17

Judish Isroff 1979-1984 

15-30

Victims of Nazi Persecution Compensation Trust 2001 

16-2

[correspondence and notes] 2002 

16-5

[clippings sent to Holocaust Library and Research Center] 

17-29

Holocaust Library 1999 

17-21 and 17-22

[untitled binder - Holocaust Library material] 1999 

17-23 and 17-24

Hamb. 1993-1998 

17-25 through 17-27

Bauer Institute 1996 

18-11

Tikvah 1/7 [research, bylaws, newsletters, board agendas] 1997-2001 

19-14

Tikvah 2/7 [loose papers, correspondence, board minutes, newsletters] 1991-1997 

19-15

Tikvah 3/7 Minutes, Newsletters 1990-1998 

19-16

Tikvah 4/7 Ideas/Position Papers, related organizations 1990-1991 

19-17

Tikvah 5/7 Membership, legal 1990-1992 

19-18

Tikvah 6/7 [AMCHA materials] 1988-1989 

19-19

Tikvah 7/7 [bylaws, board correspondence] 1981-2002 

19-20

Holocaust Center 1/3 [board minutes, correspondence] 1990-1994 

19-1

Holocaust Center 2/3 [correspondence, board minutes] 1988-1994 

19-2

Holocaust Center 3/3 [board minutes, agendas, correspondence] 1985-1986 

19-3

Holocaust Centers in the USA 1985 

19-26
Folder

Holocaust Family Album 1987 

20-1

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Materials relating to the Holocaust 1955-2003 

Box-folder

History 1/2 1986-1987 

3-5

History 2/2 1955-1993 

3-6

"I Shall Fear No Evil" 1966 

5-7

Berlin Aktuell 1993-1999 

5-6

Courage Untold 1992 

5-8

A German Jew Looks Back 1992 

5-9

Children Today Magazine 1981 1981 

5-10

Scenes of Martyrdom and Fighting of the Jews on Polish Lands 1939-1945 1978 

5-11

Xeroxed Polish language book - Julia Skodova 1962? 1962 

7-8

The Forgotten Holocaust: Extermination by Labor 1985 

12-19

Newsletters: Ravensbruck blatter, Apres Auschwitz, Die Mahnng, Martyrdom and Resistance, Together, Response, USHMM, American & Intl Societies for Yad Vashem 2001-2003   3.0 Folder(s)

13-2 through 13-4

Voice of Auschwitz Survivors/Kopecky [includes correspondence HLRC] 1977-1991 

13-5 through 13-6

Hitler Tod Perspective 1990 

14-4

[folder - Zischen Natur und Kultur; Survivors' Centre News] 1989-1990 

15-24

Clippings [German] 1984 

15-28

Soderblum Gymnasium 1978-1983 

15-29

BBC 2003 

15-7

[Aufbau and Die Mahnung] 2001-2004 

16-3

[Familie Windmuller] 1983-2000 

16-6

Blanca Seifter - Riga Transport - Aranka [et al] undated 

17-2

[Transcript of oral history testimony of Blanca Seifter, January 28, 1980] 1980 

17-9

[correspondence, articles, clippings] 1981-2001 

17-13

[envelope of German clippings] 1992-1995   6 folders

17-14 through 17-19

The Emperor of Atlantis undated 

18-56

[The Holocaust: An Annotated Bibliography] 1996 

18-57

[The Case against Irma Grese by Daniel Brown] 1985-1995 

18-58

[The Story of Trobitz by Erika Arlt] 1992 

18-14

Slowakian Women in Auschwitz 1996 

18-17

[Arbeitsbuch fur ein Denkmal in Berlin] 1993 

18-21

[escape narrative of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Iglauer] undated 

18-22

Jewish Medical Resistance in Block 10 by Claude Romney 1997 

18-23

Out of the Holocaust, Fortune 1998 

18-24

Gerda Luner undated 

18-25

[Theories of Survival by Sharona Hoffman] 1985 

18-28

[clippings, Schleswig-Holstein journal] 1998-1999 

18-45

[clippings, correspondence] 1999 

18-46

[correspondence, Eberswalder Jahrbuch pamphlet] 1999-2000 

18-47

[clipping, exhibit booklets] 1988-1991 

18-13

Dr. Hans Munch 1998-1999 

18-27

[Materialien zur Zeitgeschichte] undated 

18-30

[untitled binder] 1/7 [Mahnmal August 1998] 1988 

19-7

[untitled binder] 2/7 [list of names] undated 

19-8

[untitled binder] 3/7 [Helden des Fortschritts?, correspondence] 1998 

19-9

[untitled binder] 7/7 Mike Dunn, Deutsch. Holoc. Museum, Konstanz, Reviews, Ludenscheid 1994-1998 

19-13

Cytryn - Richmond, VA 1983-1989 

19-23
Cassette

VHS tape Traces by Jean Daniel Bloesch 1988 

Box 19

VHS tape Bialystock 1985 

Box 19

VHS tape My Video History 1933-45 Living Memorial of Holocaust Herman Haller undated 

Box 19

VHS tape Angeklagt Deutschland undated 

Box 19

VHS tape Auschwitz Commemoration Oct. 7 1944 1994   2 tapes

Box 19

VHS tape Reporter: Angek Iagt Deutschland; Westdeutscher Rundfurle 1993 

Box 19

VHS tape Der Tod Ist Ein Meister Aus Deutschland undated   4 tapes

Box 19
Box-folder

Fanny Capla 1962-1988 

20-11

Duplicates - Questions and Addresses 1983-1988 

20-13

Edith Goldmann undated 

20-14

Maria Autsch Beatification 1988-1990 

20-19

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Conferences 1981-2000   8.0 Folder(s)

Box-folder

1992 Book Conference 1992 

11-26 through 11-28

[Correspondence, articles, clippings] 1981-2001 

17-13

[untitled envelope] 1/3 Stabsgebaude II 1988 

18-18

[untitled envelope] 2/3 [Remembering for the Future papers] 1988 

18-19

[untitled envelope] 3/3 [conference papers] 1988 

18-20

Conference 1988 

18-26

2nd Generation (Oct 1989) Society Traumatic Stress 1989 

18-53

[Yad Vashem Conference materials] 1996 

18-54

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