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Bureaucracy

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:

American Consulate General Visa Division Information Card, after 1946 June 27

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Identifier: B333.06.0001.0006.00005
Overview Index sized card from the American Consulate General Visa Division in Berlin, Germany that says "The alien Max Loewenstein has been issued Immigration Visa 6114." The card is signed by the American Vice Consul with an illegible signature.
Dates: after 1946 June 27

Brief report. Bureaucracy vs. the citizen, 1961 October 23

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Identifier: M085.10.0198.00017
Overview Congressman Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) delivers his radio address, a Brief report, on October 23, 1961. Rep. Dominick discusses the difficulty some of his constituents have had in dealing with the federal bureaucracy. He says that the challenge is finding the proper person or agency to solve problems and notes that the increasing size of the federal government will mean that the trend toward excessive red tape will only get worse.
Dates: 1961 October 23

Certificate of Victimization, 1946 January 26

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Identifier: B333.05.0001.0005.00002
Overview A certificate from Opfer des Faschismus.--Abteilung Opfer der Nürnberger Gesetzgebung, the City of Berlin Department of Social Welfare, certifying Max Loewenstein as a victim of the Nuremberg Laws. Includes Max's birth date and address. Stamped with the Department of Social Welfare seal and signed by the magistrate of Berlin.
Dates: 1946 January 26

Clothing Ration Card, between 1940-1945

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00023
Overview Clothing ration card issued to Marie Loewenstein. The front cover of the card is filled out by hand with Marie's name and address and stamped with the name and address of a shoemaker, "Clemens Polley, Bülowstraße 3." The inside of the card contains lists of articles of clothing and their value. The edges of the card were ration coupons and most are missing.
Dates: between 1940-1945

Clothing Ration Card, between 1940-1945

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00024
Overview Clothing ration card issued to Karin Steinberg. The front cover of the card is filled out by hand with Karin's name and address and stamped with the name and address of a shoemaker, "Clemens Polley, Bülowstraße 3." The back cover is stamped with the date, June 19, 1940. The inside of the card contains lists of articles of clothing and their value. The edges of the card were ration coupons and most are missing.
Dates: between 1940-1945

Deportation Summons Disguised as a Notice of Eviction, before 1942 March 31

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00004
Overview Notice of eviction addressed to Max Loewenstein by Jüdische Kultusvereinigung zu Berlin e.V., the Jewish Cultural Association in Berlin. The letter requests its recipient come to the Jewish Cultural Association in Berlin building with every member of their household at 11:00 a.m. on March 31, 1942, a date stamp reads 31 Mar 1941. It contains a threat of "more severe measures" for failure to appear. This letter was sent to Jewish families to gather them for transportation on trains to Eastern...
Dates: before 1942 March 31

Deportation Summons Disguised as a Notice of Eviction, before 1942 March 31

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00005
Overview Notice of eviction addressed to Marie Loewenstein by Jüdische Kultusvereinigung zu Berlin e.V., the Jewish Cultural Association in Berlin. The letter requests its recipient come to the Jewish Cultural Association in Berlin building with every member of their household at 11:00 a.m. on March 31, 1942, a date stamp reads 31 Mar 1941. It contains a threat of "more severe measures" for failure to appear. This letter was sent to Jewish families to gather them for transportation on trains to...
Dates: before 1942 March 31

Heinrich Loewenstein's Identification Card Issued by the Police in Berlin, 1939 March 31

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Identifier: B333.01.0001.0001.00004
Overview Identification card issued by the Polizeipräsident in Berlin to Heinrich Löwenstein [Henry Lowenstein] in Berlin, Germany. The issue date is March 31, 1939, and it is valid until March 31, 1944. After Kristallnacht, Jews were required to apply for identification cards. The left side of the interior is a form with blanks labeled issued location, identification number, expiration date, surname, given names, birth date, birthplace, profession, description, and remarks. The right side has a...
Dates: 1939 March 31

Household Ration Identification Card, between 1942-1945

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00019
Overview Household ration identification card issued by the Berlin government to Dr. Max Loewenstein to be presented when purchasing goods. Front cover is filled out by hand with Max's full name and address. A large, red "J" marks this ID card as for a Jewish household. Inside of the card has blanks to be filled in when food or clothing are purchased. Six lines have been stamped and filled in, dated in 1945. A large, red "J" on each page marks this identification card as for a Jewish household. ...
Dates: between 1942-1945

Household Ration Identification Card, between 1942-1945

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Identifier: B333.02.0001.0002.00020
Overview Household ration identification card issued by the Berlin government to Dr. Max Loewenstein to be presented when purchasing food or clothing. Front cover is filled out by hand with Max's full name and address. A large, red "J" marks this ID card as for a Jewish household. Inside of the card has blanks to be filled in when ration cards are redeemed. Five lines have been stamped and filled in, dated in 1945. A large, red "J" on each page marks this ID card as for a Jewish household. Jews...
Dates: between 1942-1945