Correspondence, diaries, manuscripts of unpublished studies, legal writings, notebooks, biographical material, military documents, academic records, financial records, clippings, printed matter, photographs, memorabilia, and other papers relating primarily to Wunderlich's career in law in Germany and the United States. Documents his legal education in Germany; activities on behalf of clients in West Africa and elsewhere; services to the German Imperial Government during World War I ...
International lawyer, professor of law, and consultant to the Department of State. Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, academic records, legal writings, financial papers, photographs, memorabilia, printed matter, biographical data, military papers, and unpublished studies primarily reflecting Wunderlich’s legal education and career in Germany, his forced emigration as a Jew, and subsequent legal work and teaching in the United States.
Volume (127 pages) containing two letters (1833, 1835), articles of faith, and constitution, signed by Maximillian, Count de Leon, and by the members of the society, which was formed through a schism with the Harmony Society, from its settlements in Phillippsburgh (now Monaca), Beaver County, Pa., and later in Grand Ecore, Natchitoches Parish, La. In German.
Letters, missionaries' travel journals, diaries of the missions, lists of members, reports, word lists and dictionaries, and translations into Indian languages. Most of the material is in German; some is in English, and some in Indian languages. Includes material on the Delaware, Mohican, Chippewa, and Cherokee Indians in New York State (at Shekomeko), Connecticut (at Pachgatgoch), Pennsylvania (at Gnadenhütten, Nain, Philadelphia, Shamokin, Wyalusing, Goschgoschünk), ...
Selections of diaries, journals, and correspondence from the Mission Bibliothek des Waisenhauses relating to evangelical Lutheran parishes in Pennsylvania and Virginia, Salzburg emigrants to Georgia, and a German Lutheran community in Nova Scotia.
Printed almanac (46 pages) containing a journal which appears to have been kept by Frederick Ernst, an immigrant from Strasbourg, in which is recorded information on weather, crops, and social and religious life.
Chiefly correspondence of Weitershausen during his Civil War service as a soldier and musician in the 6th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery Regiment. Subjects include the defense of Washington, D.C., and the cultural life of German immigrants in Pittsburgh, Pa. Also includes a contract, letters written by other individuals, and other papers. Includes translations of some of the letters.
Selections of records of Königliche Regierun zu Coblenz, the Principalities of Nassau, Saarbrücken, Sayn-Altenkirchen, and Sponheim; the governments of Karlsruhe, Niederrhein, Rheinprovinz, Coblenz, and Trier relating to emigration to America, particularly Pennsylvania, and questions property and laws affecting the emigrants.