Indiana University
Four typed transcriptions of diaries of the Loewenberg family; the bulk of the diaries describe life in Germany during and after the Nazi regime and World War II -- The first diary, a computer printout (ca. 1970s), is titled Homeless in exile : days of persecution in fall and winter, 1938-39. It is by Harry Richard Loewenberg, written at the behest of his daughter, Barbara, and chronicles his life in 1930s Germany and emigration from Germany to England. Barbara's historical annotations about the fate of individuals and events after her father's return to Germany are incorporated into the typescript. The second, third, and fourth diaries, all ca. 1970s, are photocopies of typed transcriptions. The second diary is written by Peter Christian Loewenberg and is addressed to his own sons. It recounts his life in Germany throughout the war and in its immediate aftermath, including working under the Organisation Todt and the British army. The third diary, largely from Peter Christian's point ... Read More
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
The Charlotte Selver papers circa 20th century (bulk 1959 to 1999) consist of the personal and professional correspondence, writings, transcripts of classes and workshops, photographs, personal items, and sound records of Charlotte Selver (1901-2003), music educator, originator of the concept of “Sensory Awareness” and leading member of the “Sensory Awareness Foundation.” Charlotte introduced sensory awareness to the U.S. She was closely connected to the Esalen Institute and San Francisco Zen Center. Her work is continued by the Sensory Awareness Foundation. The papers also contain material related to Charles V.W. Brooks, Selver’s husband, author, and Sensory Awareness instructor
Penobscot Marine Museum
Lists of persons and vessels found in Emery's diaries, including some identifying factors. Also includes persons named in the diaries listed by region, particularly the Rockland and Vinalhaven, Me., areas
Brick Store Museum
Materials, collected by Martha G. Fales, relating to Fred B. Tuck, the first full-time antiques dealer in Maine, whose diary was discovered in 1984 by Fales's husband, Dean Fales -- Includes four copies of the ms., and various research notes relating to the book, one copy of the book: Antiqueman's Diary, the Memoirs of Fred Bishop Tuck (2000), and a scrapbook of Fred B. Tuck, finished in his style. The collection also includes photographs; diaries of Mary E. Varney; postcards owned by Tuck; and two boxes of slides used by Dean Fales when he gave a talk on Tuck
University of California, Riverside - Special Collections and University Archives
The Oswald Jonas memorial collection combines the papers of the Austrian music theorist Heinrich Schenker (1868-1935) with the papers of Oswald Jonas (1897-1978), a distinguished Schenker pupil and loyal disciple. Added to these are the papers of Moriz Violin (1879-1956), concert pianist and Schenker's closest friend, including the monumental Schenker-Violin correspondence extending from 1896 to 1935. The total collection comprises about 75,000 leaves of manuscript largely unpublished, including music manuscripts, theoretical and analytical studies, critical essays, letters, Schenker's Tagebücher kept over forty years (1896-1935), biographical materials and printed scores from Schenker's working library, often heavily annotated. In addition there are books, pamphlets, periodical publications, corrected galley and page proofs, notebooks, drafts and fragments from Schenker's work table, photographs and other memorabilia, together with related correspondence and research materials ... Read More
University of California, Riverside - Special Collections and University Archives
Sadakichi Hartmann (1867-1944) was a writer, poet, dramatist, and critic during the early 20th century. Hartmann was an important figure in early modernism and had a diverse social circle that included Walt Whitman, Ezra Pound, and John Barrymore. This collection includes Hartmann's published works, unpublished manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, pastels, paintings, and diaries.
University of Toledo
This collection covers the Civil War, nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century. The photographs show identified and unidentified people and buildings, nature and landscapes, industry, and transportation, along with some historical information that might provide context for the images