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The Cassirer collection, 1906-1933.

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Papers of the publishing houses of Bruno and Paul Cassirer, and manuscripts by Paul Cassirer. I. Papers of the Bruno Cassirer publishing house (1906-1933) include the original verdict of the Koniglich Preussisches Landgenicht Berlin in the 1906 obscenity case against Bruno Cassirer and Frank Wedekind, regarding Wedekind's "Die Buchse der Pandora." There is also a catalogue, "Einige neuere Erscheinungen aus dem  Read more...
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Named Person: Eduard Bernstein; Bruno Cassirer; Paul Cassirer; Stefan George; George Grosz; Friedrich Gundolf; Walter Hasenclever; Hermann Hesse; Leo Kestenberg; Franz V Mendelsohn; Peter Meyer; Fritz Neuberger; Frank Wedekind
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OCLC Number: 122553000
Description: .5 linear ft.
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Papers of the publishing houses of Bruno and Paul Cassirer, and manuscripts by Paul Cassirer. I. Papers of the Bruno Cassirer publishing house (1906-1933) include the original verdict of the Koniglich Preussisches Landgenicht Berlin in the 1906 obscenity case against Bruno Cassirer and Frank Wedekind, regarding Wedekind's "Die Buchse der Pandora." There is also a catalogue, "Einige neuere Erscheinungen aus dem Verlage Bruno Cassirer, Berlin, nd. II. Papers of the Paul Cassirer publishing house (1916-1919) include ca. 100 letters of correspondence between Paul Cassirer, Leo Kestenberg (Cassirer employee), Walter Hasenclever (author), and Fritz Newberger (agent for O. Kokoschka and Hasenclever), mostly concerning the performance of Hasenclever's play, "Der Sohn" and Kokoschka's paintings; also includes manuscripts by Eduard Bernstein, Hasenclever and Peter Meyer, and letters to the editor of the journal "Pan, " published by Cassirer. III. The Paul Cassirer manuscripts (1890-1899 and n.d.) include plays, short stories, poems, and fragments. In addition there are two photographs of Stefan Anton George, n.d., and one publisher's announcement for a work by Friedrich Gundolf, 1932.

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