Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1114
Scope and Contents This copybook is mostly in German. The only English is on the last page, written in a different penmanship and in pencil. Entitled "Coming and Going," the entry is thus: "Good-by father." "Good-by, my Son; God bless you." And the train starts, bearing the boy away to college. The old man watches it until it is out of sight, and brushing away his tears, turns to a friend. "There goes my boy to get an education. I tell you, Sir, it's something to have a boy like that!" and the happy father turns,...
Collection — Folder S0074
Scope and Contents This collection includes photocopies of an October 1, 1887 letter written to R.D.O. Smith in Washington D.C. by Julian B. Hubbell in which he describes his and Clara Barton's experiences at the 4th International Conference of the Red Cross Society in Carlsruhe, Germany. Also included are photocopies of an April 23, 1888 letter sent to Smith by Hubbell with an added paragraph by Clara and a separate letter she wrote to "Gussie" regarding the purchase of a house.
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters from Clara Schroeder Masteller and authors in the United States and in Germany; photographs; greeting cards and postcards; newspaper clippings ranging from 1903 to 1957 regarding family history.
Dates: 1903-1957; undated
File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs taken by a military officer, Lieutenant Colonel Goodwin during his time overseas in World War II, ranging from August 1943 until July 1945. Some of the photographs resemble sightseeing snapshots, including pictures of London and Paris. However, most of the images give a good view of what World War II did to England and the European continent. There are some before and after bombing photos of England. Also included are pictures of some of the men that Goodwin...
Collection — Folder S1304
Scope and Contents This collection is mostly hand-written letters in German. Augusta Sophia Eisenlohr's passport, issued in 1853, is in English. She was married to Gottlieb. The letters are from family members in Germany and Switzerland, as well as ones written by Gottlieb during the Civil War. He mustered into the 32nd (or First German) Regiment at Indianapolis on September 18, 1861, when he was 43 years old. Mr. Weigle served in Company C, and was discharged on September 7, 1864.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials regarding Hermann and Lotte Termeer ranging from 1911 to 1945. Included in this collection is timeline of personal data about Hermann Termeer, a letter and postcard to Klara Riesterer of the Lebensmittelamt from Erich Riesterer, a service award won by Hermann Termeer from the Sinclair Corp. There are also several photographs, including several portraits of the Termeers, the workers of the German Sinclair Group, and 1 photograph of soldiers in the field....
Scope and Contents This collection contains the materials collected by Berthold Riesterer during his oral history interview with Hermann and Lotte Termeer in May 1980 on the German island of Borkum. Included in this collection are the 8 tapes of the interview, and a transcript of their conversations. All items in this collection are in German.This interview covers various topics about life in Germany during World War II. Topics include: Crystal night, the Jews, the rise of Hitler, life on the home...
Collection — Folder S3118
Scope and Contents "Impressions" by Mary E. Steele is a travelogue of her experiences living in Europe with her husband, T. C. Steele, while he studied art in Munich. Per the title page, "Impressions" was a paper read by Steele before the Portfolio Club on March 16, 1893 and was then published by the Portfolio Club. Of the edition published in May, 1893 there were 250 copies and the library's copy is numbered 173. The book includes illustrations by William Forsyth, T. C. Steele, Harry Williamson, J. O. Adams, and...
Collection — Folder S424