United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of copies of documents featured during a memorial exhibit 1988-1989 relating to Kristallnacht produced by the Staatsarchiv Potsdam. The documents relate to pogroms, persecution of Jewish business owners, arrests of Jewish merchants, destruction of synagogues, and the shutdown of Jewish-owned factories. Of special interest is a 1934 document concerning the emigration Albert and Else Einstein
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Collection (02-131) (31684 items, 46.6 lin. ft.; dated [ca. 1990]-2001)comprises commercials, mailers, and other printed material used by advertising agencies to promote themselves. Includes paper, video, audio, and digital formats. Divided into three groupings: Agency Reels, Agency Mailers, and Reviews (the Reviews are closed). The Agency Reels consist of compilations of primarily television commercials that illustrate the work of each advertising agency. The commercials are housed on 265 VHS, 5 BetacamSP, and three 3/4" U-matic videocassettes; 5 audiocassettes, and one CD-RW (7 electronic documents)
Swiss National Library
Der Nachlass entha╠łlt Unterlagen zur Person, Materialien zum Werk und die Bibliothek des Autors
California Historical Society - North Baker Research Library
Describes Lesley's experience as a cadet during and immediately following the 1906 earthquake and fire. Includes details concerning damage in San Francisco and Berkeley, and description of his military duties keeping order in San Francisco
University of Southern California - Doheny Library
The documents in this collection are the declaration of Sigmund Einstein's assets and the justification for the seizure of his assets by the German government. The documents identify In this collection is stated Einstein's personal and family information
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Bryn Mawr College
2 TLS Mimeographed letters on letterhead of the Emergency Committee of Atomic Scientists. Letters point to the dangers atomic weapons present to a world divided between East and West." ... An atomic war will bring no real decision but only unprecedented death and devastation on both sides." Sept. letter speaks of the task of scientists "untiringly to explain these truths" of human brotherhood and of the dangers of a nationalistic world and of a stubborn isolationism. "We will work for understanding, not abject appeasement." Nov. letter recapitulates some ideas of Sept. letter together with the proposal that "the establishment of a federation of nations" is the path that needs to be followed
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities