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Gustav Gruener papers, 1879-1932 (inclusive).

Author: Gustav Gruener
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfilm : English
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The papers consist of correspondence, professional papers, writings, notes taken as a student in Germany, and teaching materials of Gustav Gruener. Several hundred letters in the correspondence were written from Austria and Germany between 1919 and 1928 in thanks for packages and money sent by Gruener to friends and relatives abroad. The letters provide a description of the economic crisis in these countries and the  Read more...
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Named Person: James Rowland Angell; Leslie Dayton Bissell; R H Chittenden; Heinrich Conried; Wilbur L Cross; Hollon Augustine Farr; Max Friedländer; Henry Solon Graves; Gustav Gruener; Arthur Twining Hadley; Friedrich von der Leyen; Ernst Mayer; Hanns Oertel; Charles Seymour; Anson Phelps Stokes; William John Walker; Bertha Mayer-Pantenius
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Gustav Gruener
OCLC Number: 702166641
Description: 3 linear ft. (9 boxes)
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The papers consist of correspondence, professional papers, writings, notes taken as a student in Germany, and teaching materials of Gustav Gruener. Several hundred letters in the correspondence were written from Austria and Germany between 1919 and 1928 in thanks for packages and money sent by Gruener to friends and relatives abroad. The letters provide a description of the economic crisis in these countries and the effect on the academic community. Comments on politics discuss the end of the Weimar Republic, the rise of Hitler and the dangers of communism and nationalism. Among those writing are Ernst Mayer, Friedrich von der Leyen, Max Friedländer and Hanns Oertel. A large part of the papers document Gruener's career as professor of German and ultimately chairman of the department of Germanic languages at Yale University. Among his Yale correspondents are Arthur T. Hadley, Anson P. Stokes, Wilbur L. Cross, William Walker, Russell Chittenden, Henry S. Graves, James R. Angell and Charles Seymour. Included also are manuscripts and notes by Gruener in the field of German literature.

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