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Hermann Broch archive

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Call Number: YCGL MSS 1
Overview: The Hermann Broch Archive contains correspondence; manuscripts of books, plays, poems, articles and essays, book reviews, and short stories; writings of others; personal papers; photographs; and videocassettes.
Dates: 1872-1990s, bulk 1930-1951

Alfred Schutz papers

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Call Number: GEN MSS 129
Overview: The Alfred Schutz papers consist of manuscripts, letters, teaching notes and printed materials relating to the work of Schutz, mainly that done at the New School for Social Research. Among the Writings are drafts of many of Schutz's major works, including "Die Strukturen der Lebenswelt" and many essays discussing the works of philosophers such as Edmund Husserl, Max Weber and George Santayana, among others. Series II, Teaching and Research Materials, consists of lecture and course materials...
Dates: 1868-2005

Steven Schuyler papers relating to Kurt Wolff and Hermann Broch

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Call Number: YCGL MSS 17
Overview: Papers related to Steven Schuyler's doctoral thesis entitled Kurt Wolff and Hermann Broch: Publisher and Author in Exile.
Dates: 1943-1991

Helen and Kurt Wolff papers

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Call Number: YCGL MSS 16
Overview: The Helen and Kurt Wolff Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, printed material, and personal papers documenting the professional lives of Helen and Kurt Wolff through their affiliations with Kurt Wolff Verlag, Pantheon Books, and Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Series I, Correspondence, consists predominantly of professional correspondence with authors, publishers, and translators, though correspondence can also be found with friends, editors, literary agents, periodicals, and...
Dates: 1888-1994

Kurt Wolff archive

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Call Number: YCGL MSS 3
Overview: The papers consist of letters, manuscripts, and other documents from the business files of Kurt Wolff Verlag. Chiefly correspondence with authors of the German Expressionist literary movement. Includes contracts, financial statements, and documentary material. Correspondents include Walter Hasenclever, Franz Kafka, and Franz Werfel. Most letters to the Kurt Wolff Verlag are directed to Kurt Wolff himself; others are addressed to persons associated with the Kurt Wolff Verlag, e.g. Georg Heinrich...
Dates: 1907-1938