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Darmstadt (Germany)

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:

Frank and Ernest Loeb as Children, 1926-1930

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0007.00003
Abstract Three photographs of Ernest and Frank Loeb as children. One shows both children riding a tricycle with their mother Bella. Another is a group portrait of elementary school age boys, one of which is holding a sign that reads "1930". In this picture Ernest Loeb is probably the last child on the right in the third row from the bottom, smiling behind the blonde boy in the striped shirt. Frank is probably the last child on the second row from the bottom, with his arms crossed. The other picture is a...
Dates: 1926-1930

German ID - Emil Loeb, 8 March 1939

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Identifier: B407.02.0002.00006
Abstract 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...
Dates: 8 March 1939

German ID - Ernest Loeb, 8 March 1939

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Identifier: B407.02.0002.00005
Abstract 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...
Dates: 8 March 1939

German Passport - Ernest Loeb, 4 May 1939 - 27 December 1939

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Identifier: B407.02.0002.00004
Abstract 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...
Dates: 4 May 1939 - 27 December 1939

German Passport - Henrich Levy, 29 July 1926 - 3 August 1926

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Identifier: B407.02.0002.00003
Abstract 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...
Dates: 29 July 1926 - 3 August 1926

Letter from Ernest Loeb to Bella and Emil Loeb, circa 1946

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0011.00013
Abstract This is a letter from Ernest Loeb to his parents Bella and Emil Loeb, written from Germany while Ernest was still stationed there in WWII. Ernest discusses his job prospects after his enlistment is over. He is working on the "Warcrimes commision" in the "trials" which are presumably the Nuremburg Trials. Ernest says "I have personally spoken to Goering, Doenitz, Secretary's of state, Reinhardt, Meissner, Koerner, Kaeppler Bayrhoffer, Neuman and most important of all Schacht. They don't impress...
Dates: circa 1946

Letter from Ernest Loeb to family (copy), 16 June 1945

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0011.00003
Abstract This is a letter from Ernest Loeb written on June 16, 1945 in Zeitz, Germany. The letter describes Ernest's trip to Darmstadt while he is stationed in Germany in the U.S. Army in Leipzig, presumably written to his parents or brother. Ernest describes his trip with the army. He states "Darmstadt is completely in ruins. I have never seen a more perfect job of destruction. They told me that all that was done in 25 minutes and that 40000 people were killed in that one raid." "Frankfurt...
Dates: 16 June 1945

Letter from Ernest Loeb to family (original), 16 June 1945

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0011.00002
Abstract This is a letter from Ernest Loeb written on June 16, 1945 in Zeitz, Germany. The letter describes Ernest's trip to Darmstadt while he is stationed in Germany in the U.S. Army in Leipzig, presumably written to his parents or brother. Ernest describes his trip with the army. He states "Darmstadt is completely in ruins. I have never seen a more perfect job of destruction. They told me that all that was done in 25 minutes and that 40000 people were killed in that one raid." "Frankfurt...
Dates: 16 June 1945

Letter from Walter Schuckman to Frank Loeb, November 14, 1938

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0010.00007
Abstract This letter is addressed to Franz (Frank) Loeb, from Amsterdam on November 14th, 1938 from Walter (Schuckman). This is four days after Kristallnacht occured. In the letter, Walter is relaying information about the Loeb family to Frank, who had immigrated to the United States months earlier. Walter tells Frank that the newspaper stories about Germany are not exaggerating, and don't tell the whole awful truth. Walter says, "I am ashamed to at least nominally belong to such a nation." He goes on...
Dates: November 14, 1938

Letter from Walter Schuckman to Frank Loeb, 7 July 1945

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Identifier: B407.01.0001.0011.00005
Abstract This is a letter written by Walter Schuckman to Frank Loeb, written on July 7, 1945 at the Choir House in the Dean's Court in London. In the letter, he mentions people that have asked about Frank and mentions some by name, such as the Minters. Walter says that it was because of the Minters' cousin, W.K.S. Minter, that he (Walter) "got out of the Nazi-hands without harm." He updates Frank about the Minter family and some other mutual acquaintances and says that he stayed with several people,...
Dates: 7 July 1945