Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Thirteen letters written by Henry Lowenstein while living in Whipsnade, Durnstable, England to his parents and half-sister. A few are before the family had immigrated but the majority are when the family is in Pennsylvania. Eleven letters are hand written and two are typed. The letters range in date from May 5, 1946-December 29, 1946. Most the letters are addressed to Mauchen (Maria) but are directed at the entire family.
Dates: 1946 May 5-December 29
Abstract Twenty-one handwritten letters from Henry Lowenstein mostly while living in Whipsnade, Durnstable, England to his parents and half-sister in Pennsylvania. The letters range in date from January 12, 1947 to June 23 1947. All of the letters are addressed to Mauchen (Maria) but are directed at the entire family. The last letter is on letterhead from the S.S. Marine Flacon stationary and was written on the ship while Henry sailed for the United States to meet his family. In the second to last...
Dates: 1947 January 12-June 13
Abstract Six handwritten letters in German from Ingrid to the Lowenstein family in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Ingrid is writing from Bath, Somerset, England.
Abstract Henry Lowenstein's travel visa. The visa is a light green bound book with dark green text on cover stating "Travel Document (Agreement of 15th October, 1946)" with the same text in French underneath. The earliest stamp in the book is from April 17, 1947 but the printed agreement date on the first page is October 15, 1946. The visa expired on October 3, 1948. The visa includes a photograph of Henry as well as a physical description, his birthdate and place, and his current residence and...
Dates: Usage: 1946 October 15-1948 October 3
Abstract Letter from the American General Consulate in Berlin to Max Loewenstein assigning the family reserve numbers. The reserve numbers were their place on the waiting list to apply for admission to the United States. Reserve numbers 8960, 8961, and 8962 meant they would be allowed to apply for a visa sometime in 1943 or 1944.
Dates: 1938 December 31
Abstract A triplicate copy of Max Lowenstein's Declaration of Intention for naturalization. The form is an official U. S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service form filled out with a typewriter and signed By Max Lowenstein and the deputy clerk. The form includes Max's current address, brief physical description, birthplace, where he originally came to in the U. S. and where from, and information on Marie, Karin and Henry. A small photograph of Henry is attached.
Dates: 1947 March 15
Abstract Affidavit of support filled out by Nathan Greensberg of Williamsport, PA stating that he is willing to take in the Lowenstein family who are applying to visas to the United States because of religious persecution. The affidavit labels the Lowenstein family as good friends of Nathan Greensberg and states that the Lowenstein’s may remain with him until such time that they become self-supporting. The form lists the family's birth dates, countries of birth and occupations.
Dates: 1939 November 25
Abstract Western Union telegram from Henry Lowenstein to his family at 924 Cemetery Street in Williamsport, Pa. Message says "Sailing tomorrow Marine Falcon expect to arrive 20 June Love to all -Henry." Telegram message is pasted on the on the the official Western Union form.
Dates: 1947 June 11