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Papers of Walter Lichtenstein, 1895-1958 (inclusive).

Author: Walter Lichtenstein
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Personal correspondence pertains to Lichtenstein's undergraduate and graduate education at Harvard, work at Harvard Library during these years, and early years at Northwestern University Library. Also family correspondence and letters from friends, and records about Lichtenstein's children, such as school reports, college admission correspondence, and medical histories. Professional correspondence pertains to book  Read more...
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Named Person: Walter Lichtenstein; James Westfall Thompson; Samuel Macaulay Jackson; William Stearne Davis; Harold Stern; Alfred C Potter; Charles Raymond Beazley, Sir; Archibald Cary Coolidge; Gemma Baumgarten Lichtenstein; Lichtenstein family.
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Lichtenstein
OCLC Number: 76973286
Description: 116 boxes, 3 bound v. and 2 folders of mss.

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Personal correspondence pertains to Lichtenstein's undergraduate and graduate education at Harvard, work at Harvard Library during these years, and early years at Northwestern University Library. Also family correspondence and letters from friends, and records about Lichtenstein's children, such as school reports, college admission correspondence, and medical histories. Professional correspondence pertains to book buying trips to Europe and South America for Harvard and other libraries, and includes letters from major European booksellers and antiquarians. Other correspondence concerns Lichtenstein's business activities at First National Bank of Chicago between 1918 and 1945, and also correspondence, memoranda, and official documents about his service as advisor to post-World War II military government of Germany and restructuring of German banking. Other material relates to involvement in organizations concerned with issues, such as Jewish refugee relief, and foreign affairs and business, and his 1930 trip to Russia. Includes manuscript writings, 1895-1952. Related publications and reference material also available in repository.

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