Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, notes, and student comments.
Folder contains copies of transcribed letters from 1942-1947. Correspondence was saved by donor’s father, Max Stoll, and contains letters from family members in Germany and Theresienstadt. Collection also contains a poem written by the donor’s aunt, Thekla Stoll titled Encounter. The same poem was saved by Maria Lowenstein and is in the Lowenstein collection, B333.
The William R. Lejee Copy Books are copies of letters written by Mr. Lejee (1811-1894) in his capacity as a member of the firm Wetmore & Co. while living in Macao between 1841 and 1850. There are six copy books of handwritten letters.
Photocopies of handwritten correspondence between Wolf Anspach in Helena, Montana, and his brother Aaron in Chicago, Illinois. Original letters in the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Zivin and Joselewitz were Russian Jewish immigrant families who settled in Denver, Colorado. Collection contains correspondence, playing cards, news clippings, and Russian booklets related to the Zivin and Joselewitz families from 1900.