Subject Source: Fast
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 176
Overview This collection consists of a letter written by von Bauernfeld to an unknown correspondent and a handwritten poem. Both items are written in German.
Identifier: MS 261
Abstract: Personal correspondence, and reviews of German author and professor of history of literature Josef Nadler's publications, as well as unpublished mss. of Nadler's writings, and seminar papers presented to him while he was a professor. The collection also includes research notes and materials on J.G. Hamann, such as bibliographical information, and other information on him, his philosophy, or his impact.
Dates: 1771 - 1961
Identifier: UA 205
Abstract Max Freund was Professor of German and Head of the German Department at Rice and active in the German-American Societies of Houston. This collection consists of course preparation materials for various German subjects he taught, such as Philology, Phonetics, and Literature. Much of the material is in German and came unidentified as to content. It has been rough sorted but left in the order it was received. The second part of the collection is from the Rice German Honor Society -- Delta Phi...
Dates: circa 1930-1980
Identifier: MS 325
Abstract This collection contains the correspondence, photos, newsclippings, proofs, and manuscripts of Max Freund, Professor Emeritus of Rice University. The papers relate for the most part to Freund's works, especially Gustav Dresel's Houston Journal, which he edited and translated. Also included are lecture notes on Ireland and Anglo-Irish Literature, a translation of George Moor's "The Wild Goose" as well as translations of other Moore materials, and the published version of his Ph.D. thesis "Die...
Dates: 1904 - 1975
Identifier: MS 187
Overview This collection is composed of a manuscript book titled “Nur so—kann uns noch geholfen warden!/Humoristischer Lichtbilder – Vortrag zur 35-Jar-Feier der IIIc 1887” written by von Ronsperger and includes several mounted photographs of caricatures. The manuscript is written in German.