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This notebook was written by Frederika Schmidt in 1865in Germany and contains the fairytale "The Fox and the Horse", possibly by the Grimm Brothers, among other tales.
George Huntington Williams (1856-1894) was a mineralogist, petrologist, and professor of Geology at Johns Hopkins University. The collection primarily consists of four bound volumes of lecture notes (in German) on petrography and mineralogy taken by George Huntington Williams dating from 1881-1887, with some additional material from 1894.
A leather-bound album containing approximately three hundred pieces of German and Austrian notgeld paper currency in various sizes and denominations, created in approximately 1920. There is currently no biographical information available on the creator.
This collection consists of one small leather bound volume with embossed covers. The owner is unknown. The book appears to contain lists of books the owner wanted to collect or had purchased. Many entries, written in both German and English, include a price along with title and publication date.
This collections consists of one leather bound volume that contains nine notes and autographs; six in German, three in English. The entries range in date from 1862-1863 to 1880.
Collection consists of a German passport from 1840. Printed fields completed in longhand.
Baltimore's Germania Männerchor (men's choir), active from 1856 to 1929, was composed primarily of men of German origin. The choir held numerous concerts in the 1890s and early twentieth century, but it reduced its public activities after 1917 due to anti-German public sentiment in response to World War I. The collection includes Germania Männerchor concert programs from 1898 to 1917.
The book contains original drawings, magazine pictures and illustrations related to German writer, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. The images depict his life and work in Frankfurt and, in the late 18th century, in Weimar, where he managed a theater with his dramatist, historian, and philosopher friend Friedrich Schillerz. It also includes the publication of an illustrated obituary in 1832.
Gottfried Dietze was a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) for 50 years, and was most known for his early work, The Federalist. These are the professional papers of Dietze, including, but not limited to, research notes, typed drafts of his writings, correspondence, and teaching materials.
Herman Louis Ebeling (1857-1945) was a classics scholar and Johns Hopkins University alumnus. The collection consists of student notebooks from his graduate and undergraduate studies at Johns Hopkins University and a small amount of correspondence from his teaching career at Goucher College. The collection spans 1886-1927.