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Moldenhauer archives at the Library of Congress, circa 1000-circa 1990

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BOX 107, 112, 117 Non-Musical Figures, 1700-1987
This series contains documents, mostly correspondence, from literary figures active between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries.
Arranged alphabetically by author.
García Lorca, Federico
BOX 117 Text, undated
Original draft with autograph revisions; 3 pages; Spanish; ink and pencil
Note: Contains unpublished lines from "The Poet in New York," New York (Oficina y Denuncia), New York, 1930
Hamsun, Knut
BOX 112 Portrait, undated
By Walery
Photograph, signed
Hesse, Hermann
BOX 117 Eisner, Bruno, 1926 October 7
Postcard, signed; German
Includes: Rhymed messages from "Emmy" and "Ben"
BOX 117 Jokl, Otto, 1901? July 24
Postcard, signed; German
BOX 117 Moldenhauer, Hans, 1957 January 7
Printed card; German
Kotzebue, August von
BOX 117 Ackermann, 1819 January 14
1 page; German
Note: Shortly before his assassination
BOX 117 Autograph letter, 1803 May 28
Signed; 2 pages; German
Note: Signed to a poet in Dresden
Mann, Monique
BOX 117 Eisner, Bruno, 1954 September 21, 1955 August 18
2 autograph letters, signed; 3 pages; German
Nuremburg chronicle
BOX 107 Document, undated
Original leaf, printed on both sides; paginated ccxvii; German; 44 x 30 cm.
Includes: Five woodcut illustrations, hand-colored in many hues of watercolor
Rilke, Rainer Maria
BOX 117 Fliess, Professor Wilhelm, 1921 December
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; German
Note: Dated on his birthday
Sand, George
BOX 117 Pepet, Gustave, undated
Autograph letter, signed; 1 page; French
Digital content available
Whymper, Edward
BOX 117 Foa, 1899 November 24
Autograph letter, signed; 3 pages; English
Wilder, Thornton
BOX 117 Mahler, Alma, 1959 January 1
Postcard, signed; German
Note: Also signed by others

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