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Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Document is an alternate birth certificate issued by the Darmstadt government. The document is titled "Geburtsurfunde", meaning birth certificate, although it was issued 15 years after he was born. The document lists Ernest Loeb's full name, birthday, father's name, mother's name, and the date (17 January 1939). It has a paper stamp that says "Stadt Darmstadt" (meaning "Darmstadt city"), "Gebuehr" (meaning "fee"), and a value of 0.60 Reichmarks. This physical stamp is stamped over in ink with...
Overview This is a framed photo of a woman and a baby. The frame itself is gold and has some scuffs and chips. On the back of the frame is written "Emil Loeb" in pencil. The photograph is stamped with "Kuebeler FEC. Ludwig-Str. Darmstadt." The photograph itself is in black and white, and shows a woman looking into a bassinet at a baby, presomably Emil Loeb, dressed in white. If the baby is Emil Loeb, that would make the photograph from around 1881.
Overview Frank Ross' handwritten application for admittance to JCRS. Includes information such as age (42), place of birth (Frankfurt, Germany), and occupation (carpenter). He was married, had 4 children, and his nearest relative was his wife, Ida Ross, in Edgewater, Colo. On the backside, it says he filed an application on October 10/11, "no response to our letter of inquiry".
Scope and Contents German poetry book with green fabric cover; heavily faded on the binding. Book is inscribed "For Katinka from Sylvester A.D. 1950 Westbrook, Conn." Presumably Maria Lowenstein acquired the book while she was living in the Northeast. She did have art shows in Connecticut.
Overview This is the German ID card of Emil Loeb. The card itself is a folded fabric material. The front of the card reads "Deutsches Reich Kennkarte [identification card]" and has the letter "J" printed on it. Inside the card is a picture of Emil, along with fingerprints from his right and left index fingers ("Rechter" and "Linker Zeigefinger"). The ID card is stamped several times with a stamp from the Darmstadt Police Headquarters ("Polizeidirektion Darmstadt"), with the German eagle holding a...
Overview This is the German ID card of Ernest Loeb. The card itself is a folded fabric material. The front of the card reads "Deutsches Reich Kennkarte [identification card]" and has the letter "J" printed on it. Inside the card is a picture of Ernest, along with fingerprints from his right and left index fingers ("Rechter" and "Linker Zeigefinger"). The ID card is stamped several times with a stamp from the Darmstadt Police Headquarters ("Polizeidirektion Darmstadt"), with the German eagle holding a...
Overview This is the German passport of Ernest Karl Loeb, issued on May 4, 1939. On the front of the passport is "Deutsches Reich Reisepass" and the Nazi Germany eagle with a swastica. The front page of the passport has a red "J" stamped onto it. There are several ink stamps on the passport from the police headquarters ("Polizeidirektion") of Darmstadt, with the Nazi German eagle with a swastica. There are also several paper stamps, one worth two Reichsmarks, and one worth one Reichsmark. Both are...
Overview This is the German passport of Henrich Levy, Ernest Loeb's maternal grandfather. The passport is in German, and reads "Deutsches Reich Reise-Pass" on the front, and has the German eagle crest printed on the front. The name of the passport holder is "Herr [Mr.] Henrich Levy". His nationality, "Staatsangehoerigkeit", is listed as "Hessen". Passport is stamped repeatedly with a stamp that reads "Hess. Polizeiamt Darmstadt", the police office of Darmstadt, Germany. The passport was issued on July...