Guide to the Kurt Schwerin (1902-1995) Papers, 1902-1995

Collection Title: Kurt Schwerin (1902-1995) Papers, 1902-1995
Dates: 1902-1995
Identification: 17/33
Creator: Schwerin, Kurt, 1902-1995
Schwerin, Gertrude, 1910-1993
Extent: 35 Boxes
Language of Materials: English
Abstract: Kurt Schwerin was principally known as a law librarian. After writing the well respected volume Classification for International Law his role as a leading figure among American law librarians was established. In 1948, he came to the Northwestern University Law Library to help develop the foreign law collection. Under his supervision, the foreign law collection would become one of the leading collections of its kind in the country. The Kurt Schwerin Papers fill thirty archival boxes, spanning Schwerin’s life, from 1902 to 1995. This collection is split into the papers of Kurt Schwerin and the papers of his wife, Gertrude Schwerin.
Acquisition Information: The Kurt Schwerin Papers were donated to the University Archives by Ilona Hartman as Accession Numbers 95-207, 96-56, and 99-83 on December 27, 1995, March 19, 1996, and June 3, 1999, respectively.
Processing Information: Main series processed by Peter Kimball, summer 2001. Additions processed by Kevin B. Leonard; November 15, 2001.
Separated Materials: Approximately one and a half cubic feet of extraneous or duplicate material were discarded. One book, Das Deutsch Soziale Drama (1949), by Gertrude Schwerin's aunt, Elise Dosenheimer, was given to Northwestern University Library.
Conditions Governing Access: Permission from the University Archivist is required for access to Box 7, Folders 10, 11, and 13; Box 8, Folder 1; Box 18, Folders 10-15; and Box 19, Folders 1-24.
Repository: Northwestern University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110
1970 Campus Dr.
Evanston, IL, 60208-2300
URL: http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives
Email: archives@northwestern.edu
Phone: 847-491-3354

Biographical/Historical Information

Kurt Schwerin

Kurt Schwerin was born April 17, 1902 in Beuthen, Upper Silesia - then Germany but now part of Poland. He attended Jewish primary and secondary schools and studied at the University of Breslau from 1930 until forced to cease attending by the Nazi government in 1934. He taught at a Jewish secondary school from 1934 to 1938, marrying Herta Bernstein in 1937. In 1938, Schwerin and his wife came to the United States on travelers' visas; he managed to stay in the U.S. permanently, though she was deported back to Germany, eventually dying in the Lublin concentration camp.

Schwerin enrolled at the New School for Social Research in New York, a school directed at European émigrés, earning a Master of Social Science in 1940. As his degree from this relatively unknown school did not provide much help in gaining long-term employment, he entered the Columbia University School of Library Service. In 1944, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Library Science, though he had already been working as an assistant librarian at Columbia since 1942. In 1946, Schwerin finished the residence requirements for a Ph.D. in history from Columbia, as well as becoming an American citizen in November of that same year. He would eventually receive his Ph.D. in 1955, after having written his dissertation on the historiography of the German Revolution of 1848.

In 1946, Schwerin took a position at the University of Virginia Law Library. While there, in 1948, he wrote Classification for International Law, a book very well respected among librarians and that established Schwerin as a leading figure among American law librarians. In 1948, he came to the Northwestern University Law Library to help develop the foreign law collection. Under his supervision, the foreign law collection would become one of the leading collections of its kind in the country. In 1950, Schwerin married Gertrude Dosenheimer, a fellow Jew who had fled Germany in 1937. In 1953, Schwerin was promoted to the position of assistant librarian and in 1958 became an associate professor. Head librarian William Roalfe retired in 1964, leaving Schwerin as his successor. Though it was unusual that a head librarian be chosen from among Northwestern's own staff, Schwerin served successfully from 1964 to 1970. Also in that time, despite never having gone to law school, Schwerin served as a professor of law. In 1970, Schwerin retired as a professor, becoming a Professor Emeritus, and as a librarian - though he would return as an interim librarian from 1972 to 1973 after his successor, Igor Kavass, left the University.

Schwerin was very active outside of the University environment. He worked extensively on the issue of compensation for Holocaust survivors and others hurt by the Nazi regime, including writing German Compensation for Victims of Nazi Persecution in 1972. He received the Officer's Cross, Order of Merit from the Federal Republic of Germany in 1965 for his efforts. Schwerin was a prolific writer, writing several books both concerning library matters and his own interests, as well as writing many articles and book reviews for scholarly periodicals. He co-authored, with James Rahl, Northwestern University School of Law - A Short History, 1859-1959. Schwerin was an active member of the Leo Baeck Institute, a society devoted to the study of the history of Germany Jewry. He also served in a leadership position in Self help of Chicago, an organization originally created in 1935 to assist recent European refugees but that later focused on assisting elderly European immigrants.

In 1993, Schwerin's wife, Gertrude, passed away. They had no children. He died December 21, 1995.

Scope and Content

The Kurt Schwerin Papers fill thirty archival boxes, spanning Schwerin's life, from 1902 to 1995. This collection is split into the papers of Kurt Schwerin and the papers of his wife, Gertrude Schwerin. Kurt Schwerin's collection is split into seven subseries: biography, education, lectures, teaching materials, correspondence, subject/research files, and publications. The publications subseries is further divided into articles and contributions, books and pamphlets, and book reviews.

Gertrude Schwerin's papers are divided into four subseries: biographical, education, correspondence, and publications.

Many of the documents in both Kurt and Gertrude's papers are in German. Some folders are labeled in German with the English translation in brackets. In those subseries ordered alphabetically, the folders in German are arranged according to their German title.

Kurt Schwerin:

The Biography subseries of Schwerin's papers includes press clippings, C.V.'s, profiles from such publications as Who's Who and Kürschner's, family history, accounts of his extensive travels around the United States and Europe, birth and marriage certificates, and records of his migration from Germany to the United States. Of particular interest are his papers dealing with Nazi Germany; there is his application for reparations, his papers dealing with his first wife Herta who stayed in Germany and died in a concentration camp, and his German passports from 1936 and 1940 (in the latter he is listed as “Kurt Israel Schwerin”). Within the folder on Herta Schwerin are documents representing Schwerin's attempts to confirm exactly how, where, and when she died. There is also, within that same folder, a very inflammatory letter from Herta's sister Ilse addressed to Schwerin's second wife Gertrude, accusing Schwerin and her of having profited from the death of Herta. Also of interest is an interview conducted with Schwerin in 1972 in which he recounted much of his life story and discussed his feelings about Jewish life in America. The folders in this subseries are arranged alphabetically by title and, within the folders, in rough chronological order.

The Education subseries spans from 1922 to 1958. It includes records from his secondary school and university in Germany, course notes and compositions from his studies toward a Master of Social Science at the New School for Social Research, course notes and compositions from his B.S. and Ph.D. studies at Columbia University, and his dissertation entitled “The Revolution of 1848 and the German Historians”. The folders in this subseries are arranged chronologically, with the documents being also being arranged chronologically within the folders.

The Lectures subseries spans 1942 to 1994. It includes lectures he delivered concerning libraries and library organization, lectures concerning German and Jewish history, and eulogies he delivered. In addition to being a law librarian, Schwerin held a Ph.D. in history and was involved in such historical societies as the Leo Baeck Institute, which focused on German Jewish history - thus the lectures on history. One lecture of particular interest is “Jewish Resistance inside Germany” (1979) as it deals with a subject relatively little is written about. The folders in this subseries are sorted chronologically. Lectures are arranged in chronological order.

The Teaching Material subseries, spanning 1954 to 1989, includes course outlines, class lecture notes, student papers, and student grades. Almost all of the documents in this subseries come from Schwerin's time at Northwestern, though there is one folder from his brief teaching engagement at DePaul University. The subseries is organized chronologically by folder and by rough chronological order within the folders.

The Correspondence subseries spans most of Schwerin's adult life, from 1931 to 1995. It includes his correspondence with friends; family; colleagues; refugee groups; German and American government agencies; historical, librarian, and law associations; and publications. It includes both mail received by Schwerin and carbon copies of his outgoing mail. The publications with which he conducted correspondence include Northwestern Law Review and The Library Journal, periodicals that he wrote articles and reviews for. His correspondence with the German government includes letters concerning reparations due him. The correspondence with the refugee groups includes both letters when he was a refugee and a recent immigrant to the U.S. and letters later asking for his support for newer refugees. The individuals with whom he conducted correspondence include: his second wife, Gertrude; his successor as Northwestern Law Librarian, Igor Kavass; Northwestern University President J. Roscoe Miller; Northwestern Law School Deans, John Ritchie and James Rahl; and his predecessor as Law Librarian, William Roalfe. Also in the correspondence subseries are recommendation letters that Schwerin wrote for students and assistants of his. Much of Schwerin's correspondence - both that with the German government and with many of his friends and colleagues - is in German. This subseries is organized alphabetically by folder and chronologically within the folders.

The Subject Files subseries, spanning from 1932 to 1995, consists of Schwerin's research files, as well as records he kept of organizations and people he was involved with. One of his areas of research of particular interest is the “Jews in Silesia Research”. There is a vast amount of information in the folders devoted to this subject - it was a research project that spanned ten years and ultimately resulted in several articles, both in English and German. Of the organizations Schwerin was involved in and kept records of, two stand out both as those that contain the most information and that were the most important in his life. Schwerin was actively involved in the Leo Baeck Institute, and thus kept a great amount of records of their activities. Schwerin was also a member of the Selfhelp of Chicago organization, a group that, besides operating a home for the elderly, also offered a scholarship for needy students. The files relating to Selfhelp of Chicago contain both general records of the organization and extensive records of the applications for that scholarship. Other subject files relate to Schwerin's research projects as well as his involvement in various organizations. He was involved in several different law organizations as well as a number of Jewish organizations. This subseries is organized alphabetically by title, and retains the original order within the folder.

The Publications subseries is further divided into three parts: Articles and Contributions, Books and Pamphlets, and Reviews. A checklist of Schwerin's publications lists his publications from 1927 to 1989. There are several kinds of materials within the publication files, including: reprints of the published articles and copies of the published books, typewritten manuscripts, correspondence with publishers, and handwritten notes by Schwerin. The published pieces and typed manuscripts make up the vast majority of the material. Some of the articles are in German, as is his correspondence with German publishers. All of the folders within each subcategory are organized chronologically, and, when applicable, in rough chronological order within the folders.

The Articles and Contributions subcategory, spanning 1934 to 1989, contains articles that Schwerin wrote for periodicals, as well as books that he contributed to, either as a writer of a chapter or as one of several editors. He was one of a number of contributors working under Herbert Strauss on Jewish Immigrants of the Nazi Period in the U.S.A., Vol. 2: Classified and Annotated Bibliography of Books and Articles on the Immigration and Acculturation of Jews From Central Europe to the USA Since 1933 (1981). As with his lectures, some of Schwerin's publications are library-related while others are historical. Several of the historical articles written by Schwerin deal with the Jews of Silesia, a subject near to Schwerin's heart, as he was himself a Silesian Jew. His article, “Die Juden in Schlesien: Aus ihrer Geschichte und ihrem Beitrag zu Wirtschaft und Kultur” [The Jews in Silesia: Their History and Their Contribution to the Economy and Culture] (1980), was translated into English; that translation is present as well, under the title “The Jews of Silesia: An Attempt to Assess Their History and Their Economic and Cultural Activities”.

One library related article of interest is “The Elbert H. Gary Law Library at Northwestern University”, that Schwerin wrote with William Roalfe for The Law Library Journal in 1953, as it presents a short history of the law library.

Books and Pamphlets, dating between 1947 and 1989, includes Classifications for International Law, the book that gained Schwerin great acclaim and respect among American law librarians. All three editions of the book are kept together, defying strict chronological order for the sake of convenience for the researcher. Also among his books and pamphlets is Northwestern University School of Law - A Short History, 1859-1959, which he co-authored with James Rahl, as well as a short history he wrote of the Selfhelp of Chicago organization. His other books concerned, again, both historical and library-related matters.

The last subcategory, Reviews, consists of book reviews Schwerin wrote for various periodicals. This subcategory spans from 1934 to 1988. The longer reviews are listed under the name of the book they are reviewing, while the shorter reviews are kept together, organized either according to the periodical in which they appeared or according to the year in which they were printed. All of the short reviews that appeared in The Library Journal are in one folder, while Schwerin's review of Justice and Nazi Crimes: A Collection of German Sentences Concerning National Socialist Murder Crimes is in its own folder and is listed accordingly. The folders that contain multiple reviews are organized in rough chronological order.

Gertrude Schwerin:

The Biographical subseries of Gertrude Schwerin's papers starts even before her birth, spanning the years 1907 to 1993. This subseries includes her birth certificates, citizenship papers, passports, diaries, C.V.'s, family information, books of her poetry, her profiles from Who's Who, and other personal records. Gertrude Schwerin was a prolific poet, as is evident from the great number of books of poetry, in German, present among her papers. Of particular interest in her papers are her applications for reparations from the German government, as well as her passport and papers from Nazi Germany. The papers are organized alphabetically by folder and within the folders by rough chronological order.

The Education subseries of Gertrude Schwerin's papers spans from 1932 to 1948. It consists of certificates and reports from the universities she attended, as well as her study books and a record of her training and experience. Gertrude Schwerin's primary area of study was modern languages, which she would use later in her job as a translator, and which is demonstrated by the records of her schooling. The folders in this subseries are organized chronologically, as are the documents within the folders.

Correspondence, dating between 1926 and 1995, consists mainly of letters to and from friends and family, though there are a few organizations as well. Some of the correspondence was not actually conducted by Gertrude Schwerin. Grete and Ralph Morris, for example, sent letters to Kurt after Gertrude died. However, because the bulk of their total correspondence with the Schwerins was with Gertrude Schwerin, those last few letters have been included in Gertrude's rather than Kurt's correspondence subseries. Similarly, condolence letters for Gertrude's death to Kurt remain among Gertrude's correspondence. One of Gertrude Schwerin's correspondents is a man who signed himself only as “Al”. Based on the letters he sent, he was obviously a good friend of Gertrude, but one who had romantic feelings for her and who subtly urged her to leave Kurt for him. The correspondence subseries is organized alphabetically by folder and chronologically within the folders.

The Publications subseries spans from 1951 to 1991. Most of her publications were articles written for a few different newspapers and for her apartment complex's newsletter. She wrote many articles for the German-language Jewish newspaper, Der Aufbau; most of them were profiles of notable people in the German Jewish community. With her apartment complex's newsletter, The Malibu Monthly, she was the head staff writer and wrote a regular column entitled “One of us” in which each month she profiled a different member of the community. The subseries is organized chronologically by folder and chronologically within the folders.

Description of the Additions, Boxes 31-35

The additions to the papers of Kurt Schwerin are arranged in six boxes and cartons and include photograph albums and scrapbooks.

Four of the photograph albums document the personal and family activities of Gertrude Dosenheimer, later Schwerin's wife, between the years ca. 1913 and 1937. Schwerin's early photographs and those he collected with Gertrude fill another fourteen albums and date from 1919 through 1992. These albums feature photographs of various sizes and formats along with picture postcards. The images reflect the personal and professional interests of the Schwerins; a considerable portion relate to their frequent journeys both within the United States and abroad. Each album is numbered and dated and includes within its front cover a summary identification of the contents.

Seven scrapbooks date between 1936 and 1995 and for the most part contain clippings and photocopies of newspaper or other periodical articles by and about Schwerin. The articles typically pertain to professional matters in librarianship, to the history and cultural affairs of the Jewish community of Breslau, and to the concerns of Jewish expatriates from Germany. Like the photograph albums, the scrapbooks are numbered, dated, and include summaries of their contents.

A number of oversized and three-dimensional objects have been separated from the Schwerin papers. His diplomas from the New School for Social Research (1940) and from Columbia University (1944 and 1955) have been transferred to the University Archives' collection of like items. Filed with the diplomas and printed on strips of cloth are a poem and a song written in commemoration of the 1857 wedding of Schwerin's great-grandparents, Samuel and Linna (Littauer) Schwerin. Other objects, listed below, have been transferred to the University Archives' artifacts collection.

Artifacts:

Federal Republic of Germany: Officer's Cross, Order of Merit: medal, pin and presentation case

Badge: Reichstag Besuch in Berlin

Tallit and kippah (prayer shawl and head covering) with velvet bag

Wooden dish decorated with heraldic crest and the name Schwerin

Northwestern University School of Law Building and Endowment Campaign: medallion and presentation case

Northwestern University School of Law: paperweight

Silver tray presented to Schwerin by colleagues at the Northwestern University School of Law, 1970

Northwestern University luggage tag

Plaque: Columbia University $200 Million Campaign, 1970

Napkin ring engraved "Gertrud"

Bookmark engraved with initials G[ertrude] S[chwerin]

Arrangement of Materials

The papers are arranged into subseries by general subject, then chronologically arranged.

Subjects

Corporate Name

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). School of Law--Faculty

Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). School of Law. Library--Employees

Personal Name

Schwerin, Gertrude, 1910-1993

Schwerin, Kurt, 1902-1995

Subjects

Jewish refugees--United States--History--20th century

Jews, German--United States--History--20th century


Container List / Contents

  • Kurt Shwerin
    • Biographical
      • Account Books, 1969-1983Box 1, Folder 1
      • Addresses and Telephone Numbers, 1957-1991Box 1, Folder 2
      • Admission to the U.S., 1938-1940Box 1, Folder 3
      • Application for Compensation for Suffering in Nazi Germany, 1956Box 1, Folder 4
      • Autobiographical Notes, 1991Box 1, Folder 5
      • Award from German Government, 1965Box 1, Folder 6
      • Biographies, 1959-1960, 1971Box 1, Folder 7
      • Birth Certificates, 1938, 1958, 1959Box 1, Folder 8
      • Birthdays, 1962-1993Box 1, Folder 9
      • Birthday and Recovery, 1987Box 1, Folder 10
      • Birthday, 1992Box 1, Folder 11
      • Calendars, 1934, 1982Box 2, Folder 1
      • Citizenship Papers, 1946Box 2, Folder 2
      • Clippings, 1931-1995Box 2, Folder 3
      • Contemporary Authors, 1980Box 2, Folder 4
      • Curriculum Vitae, 1940-1990Box 2, Folder 5
      • Family History, n.d.Box 2, Folder 6
      • Family, Relatives, n.d.Box 2, Folder 7
      • Genealogy, n.d.Box 2, Folder 8
      • General, n.d.Box 2, Folder 9
      • Interview, 1972Box 2, Folder 10
      • Kürschner's [German ‘Who's Who’], 1969-1975, 1990Box 2, Folder 11
      • Marriage Certificate, Announcements, 1950Box 2, Folder 12
      • Notes, n.d.Box 2, Folder 13
      • Order of the Coif, 1959Box 2, Folder 14
      • Passports, 1936, 1940Box 2, Folder 15
      • Prayerbooks (including Schwerin genealogy), 1918, 1925Box 3, Folder 1
      • Retirement, 1970-1972Box 3, Folder 2
      • Schwerin, Herta Bernstein (first wife), 1938-1967Box 3, Folder 3
      • Schwerin, Jenny (mother), 1941Box 3, Folder 4
      • Social Security and TIAA, 1962-1991Box 3, Folder 5
      • Travels - General, 1961-1971Box 3, Folder 6
      • Travels - Berlin, 1979Box 3, Folder 7
      • Travels - Europe, 1961Box 3, Folder 8
      • Travels - Germany, 1968Box 4, Folder 1
      • Travels - Germany, 1972Box 4, Folder 2
      • Who's Who, 1948-1981Box 4, Folder 3
    • Education
      • German Academic Records, 1922-1939Box 4, Folder 4
      • Compositions, 1939Box 4, Folder 5
      • Evening School Compositions, 1939Box 4, Folder 6
      • New School for Social Research - Course Notes, 1939-1940Box 4, Folder 7
      • New School for Social Research - Course Notes, 1939-1942Box 4, Folder 8
      • Master's Thesis, 1940Box 4, Folder 9
      • Columbia University - General, 1942-1946Box 4, Folder 10
      • Columbia University - School of Library Service: Book Arts 281, 1942-1943Box 4, Folder 11
      • Columbia University - School of Library Service: Library Science 221, 1943Box 4, Folder 12
      • Columbia University - School of Library Service: Library Science 262, 1943Box 4, Folder 13
      • Columbia University - Notes, 1945Box 4, Folder 14
      • Columbia University - History s201, 1946Box 4, Folder 15
      • “The Idea of German Unity”, 1946Box 4, Folder 16
      • Dissertation - Correspondence Concerning Publication, 1952-1958Box 5, Folder 1
      • Dissertation: “The Revolution of 1848 and the German Historians” (part 1), 1955Box 5, Folder 2
      • Dissertation: “The Revolution of 1848 and the German Historians” (part 2), 1955Box 5, Folder 3
      • Dissertation: “The Revolution of 1848 and the German Historians” (part 3), 1955Box 5, Folder 4
      • Dissertation: “The Revolution of 1848 and the German Historians” (part 4), 1955Box 5, Folder 5
      • Columbia University- Commencement, 1955Box 5, Folder 6
    • Lectures
      • Selected Addresses and Dissertation Abstract, 1943-1985Box 6, Folder 1
      • General Speeches, 1959-1992Box 6, Folder 2
      • “Adolf Ochs”, 1943Box 6, Folder 3
      • “Is There a Revisionist Movement in the Historiography of 1848?/The Historiography of 1848”, 1948Box 6, Folder 4
      • “Zum Heimgang von Friedrich Meinecke” [In Memory of Friedrich Meinecke], 1954Box 6, Folder 5
      • International Organization Seminar, 1958-1959Box 6, Folder 6
      • International Organization Seminar, 1959-1960Box 6, Folder 7
      • “Classification Systems”, 1961Box 6, Folder 8
      • Legal History Seminar, 1961-1962Box 6, Folder 9
      • “Europa und Deutschland 1966 - Eindrücke und Gedanken” [Europe and Germany 1966 - Reflections and Thoughts], 1966Box 6, Folder 10
      • “Farewell to Meta Ollendorf”, 1969Box 6, Folder 11
      • Rosh-ha-Shomo, 1970, 1971, 1972Box 6, Folder 12
      • “Leo Baeck - Fighter in Theresienstadt”, 1973Box 6, Folder 13
      • “In Memory of Erich Sachs, 1897-1974”, 1974Box 6, Folder 15
      • “The Leo Baeck Institute and its Tradition”, 1974-1975Box 6, Folder 16
      • “The German-Jewish Emigration of the 30's: Its Impact on Chicago”, 1979Box 6, Folder 17
      • “Holocaust”, 1979Box 7, Folder 1
      • “Jewish Resistance Inside Germany”, 1979Box 7, Folder 2
      • “The Synagogue at Worms: Symbol of a Thousand Years”, 1985Box 7, Folder 3
      • “Die Juden in Schlesien im 19. Jahrhundert” [The Jews in Silesia in the 19th Century], 1986Box 7, Folder 4
      • “Holocaust”, 1994Box 7, Folder 5
    • Teaching Material
      • Northwestern School of Law - Canon Law, Customary Law, Feudal Law, Natural Law, 1954-1983Box 7, Folder 6
      • Depaul University, 1956-1958Box 7, Folder 7
      • Northwestern School of Law - Introduction to Civil Law, 1973-1989Box 7, Folder 8
      • Northwestern School of Law - Introduction to Civil Law, n.d.Box 7, Folder 9
      • Northwestern School of Law - Course Evaluations and Grades, 1975-1989Box 7, Folder 10
      • Northwestern School of Law - Student Papers, 1975-1984Box 7, Folder 11
      • Northwestern School of Law - Senior Research Program, 1984Box 7, Folder 12
      • Northwestern School of Law - Student Papers, 1987Box 7, Folder 13
      • Northwestern School of Law - Student Papers, 1989Box 8, Folder 1
      • Northwestern School of Law - Roman Law, 1989Box 8, Folder 2
      • Northwestern School of Law - Contracts and Equity, n.d.Box 8, Folder 3
    • Correspondence
      • A-B General, 1939-1993Box 8, Folder 4
      • American Federation of Jews from Central Europe, 1945-1983Box 8, Folder 5
      • American Friends Service Committee, 1941-1944Box 8, Folder 6
      • American Historical Association, 1947-1955, 1987Box 8, Folder 7
      • American Journal of Comparative Law, 1953Box 8, Folder 8
      • American Society of International Law, 1987Box 8, Folder 9
      • Ashman, Jean, 1970-1971Box 8, Folder 10
      • Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, 1963-1973Box 8, Folder 11
      • Atkinson, Mary, 1967-1968Box 8, Folder 12
      • Aubin, Hermann, 1948-1954Box 8, Folder 13
      • Aufbau, 1954-1991Box 8, Folder 14
      • Austrian National Library, 1968Box 8, Folder 15
      • Baker, Leonard, 1974, 1981Box 8, Folder 16
      • Bamberger, Curt, 1970-1972Box 8, Folder 17
      • Bennett, Robert, 1987-1996Box 8, Folder 18
      • Bezirksamt für Wiedergutmachung[Department of Reparations], 1957-1967Box 8, Folder 19
      • Bibliographical Center for Research, 1947Box 8, Folder 20
      • Boehm, Herbert, 1965-1967Box 8, Folder 21
      • Books Abroad, 1946-1950Box 8, Folder 22
      • Borgeson, Carl C., 1956-1958Box 8, Folder 23
      • Brenner, S., 1957Box 8, Folder 24
      • Brilling, Bernhard, 1973, 1978Box 8, Folder 25
      • Bundestelle für Entschädigung der Bediensteten jüdischer Gemeinden [Department for Compensation of the Jews], 1953-1958Box 8, Folder 26
      • Bundesversicherungsanstalt für Angestellte [State Insurance for Employees], 1958, 1966Box 8, Folder 27
      • Bundesverwaltungsamt [Pension Fund], 1960, 1966-1967Box 8, Folder 28
      • C General, 1941-1976Box 8, Folder 29
      • Catholic University, 1969-1970Box 9, Folder 1
      • Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, 1965Box 9, Folder 2
      • Clemens, Walter, 1966-68, 1985-92Box 9, Folder 3
      • Cohen, Morris, 1964, 1970-1971Box 9, Folder 4
      • Cohen, Philip, 1956-1990Box 9, Folder 5
      • Cohn, E.J., 1962-1974Box 9, Folder 6
      • Columbia University, 1942-1990Box 9, Folder 7
      • Council on Student Travel, 1957Box 9, Folder 8
      • Czellitzer, Margarete, 1954-1955Box 9, Folder 9
      • D-E General, 1952-1990Box 9, Folder 10
      • Dahlmanns, Gerhard, 1972-1975Box 9, Folder 11
      • Dau, Helmut, 1982Box 9, Folder 12
      • Deutsche Bibliothek [German Library], 1981Box 9, Folder 13
      • Dictionary of International Biography, 1962-1981Box 9, Folder 14
      • Dosenheimer, Ernst, 1939, 1946, 1971-1987Box 9, Folder 15
      • Drake, Howard, 1964, 1968Box 9, Folder 16
      • Ercman, S., 1976Box 9, Folder 17
      • F General, 1948-1981Box 9, Folder 18
      • Ferid, Murad, 1972-1978Box 9, Folder 19
      • Ferrand, Pierre, 1993-1994Box 9, Folder 20
      • Ford, Guy, 1948-1949Box 9, Folder 21
      • Freudenheim, Ernest and Margaret, 1963-1976Box 9, Folder 22
      • Freudenheim, Tom L., 1984-1995Box 9, Folder 23
      • Friedlander, Ernest, 1961-1971Box 9, Folder 24
      • Friedlander, Tom, 1987-1994Box 9, Folder 25
      • Friends of Refugee Teachers, 1939-1940Box 9, Folder 26
      • Fuhrmann, Horst, 1991, 1993Box 9, Folder 27
      • G General, 1952-1991Box 9, Folder 28
      • George, Manfred, 1957-1963Box 9, Folder 29
      • Gertrude [second wife], 1946-1988Box 9, Folder 30
      • Giedroyc, Richard, 1978-1989Box 9, Folder 31
      • Goren, Simon, 1975Box 9, Folder 32
      • H General, 1938-1989Box 9, Folder 33
      • Habonim Congregation, 1940-1994Box 9, Folder 34
      • Hamburger, Ernest, 1974-1976Box 9, Folder 35
      • Hirsch, Helmut, 1948, 1965-1966, 1982Box 9, Folder 36
      • Hodes, Barnet, 1969-1971Box 9, Folder 37
      • Holocaust Survivors Organization, 1978Box 9, Folder 38
      • Hula, Erich, 1958-1974Box 9, Folder 39
      • Hupka, Herbert, 1985-1993Box 9, Folder 40
      • I-K General, 1939-1994Box 10, Folder 1
      • Ilk, Herta, 1956-1957Box 10, Folder 2
      • Jaenicke, Johannes, 1957Box 10, Folder 3
      • Jenssen, Hans, 1961Box 10, Folder 4
      • Jescheck, Hans-Heinrich, 1970-1989Box 10, Folder 5
      • Journal of Central European Affairs, 1947-1950Box 10, Folder 6
      • Kallmann, Helmut, 1941, 1987-1989Box 10, Folder 7
      • Katchen, Alan, 1977Box 10, Folder 8
      • Kavass, Igor, 1970-1979Box 10, Folder 9
      • Kellermann, Henry, 1948-1952Box 10, Folder 10
      • Kaehler, S.A., 1948-1954Box 10, Folder 11
      • Kisch, Guido, 1954-1985Box 10, Folder 12
      • Kitty, 1986-1988Box 10, Folder 13
      • Koppenhoefer, Rudolf, 1962-1987Box 10, Folder 14
      • Koester, Peter, 1987-1988Box 10, Folder 15
      • Kurt and Gertrude Schwerin Fund, 1983-1993Box 10, Folder 16
      • L General, 1944-1993Box 10, Folder 17
      • Lansing, Gerrit Y., 1956Box 10, Folder 18
      • Lapidoth, Ruth, 1987, 1991Box 10, Folder 19
      • Law School Campaign, 1982-1986Box 10, Folder 20
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1955-1991Box 10, Folder 21
      • Levy, Liliane, 1968-1993Box 10, Folder 22
      • Library of Congress, 1957-1980Box 10, Folder 23
      • The Library Journal, 1947-1971Box 10, Folder 24
      • Littauer, Gertrude, 1958-1962Box 10, Folder 25
      • Lowenthal, Ernst, 1972-1994Box 10, Folder 26
      • Lucas, F.D., 1985-1986Box 10, Folder 27
      • Lueth, Erich, 1948, 1966-1987Box 10, Folder 28
      • M General, 1949-1993Box 10, Folder 29
      • Mainzer, Martin, 1966-1989Box 10, Folder 30
      • Marck, Siegfried, 1951-1964Box 10, Folder 31
      • May, Volker, 1964-1965Box 10, Folder 32
      • Meinecke, Friedrich, 1953-1954Box 10, Folder 33
      • Menges Lakeside, 1980Box 10, Folder 34
      • Mersky, Roy, 1960-1970Box 10, Folder 35
      • Metzner, Wolfgang, 1972-1975Box 10, Folder 36
      • Miller, J. Roscoe, 1950-1970Box 10, Folder 37
      • Misch, Karl, 1957-1960Box 10, Folder 38
      • Munsen's Discovery, 1988Box 10, Folder 39
      • Muenster Library, 1968-1969Box 10, Folder 40
      • N General, 1941-1991Box 10, Folder 41
      • National Peace Academy Campaign, 1976-1981Box 10, Folder 42
      • New School for Social Research, 1940-1968Box 10, Folder 43
      • Newman, Helen, 1953Box 10, Folder 44
      • Niemoller, Christopher, 1964-1993Box 10, Folder 45
      • Northwestern Law Review, 1981-1989Box 10, Folder 46
      • Northwestern University Faculty - General, 1948-1992Box 11, Folder 1
      • O-Q General, 1948-1992Box 11, Folder 2
      • Old American Insurance Company, 1963-1965Box 11, Folder 3
      • Palmer, R.R., 1948Box 11, Folder 4
      • Paulus (?), Marianne, 1980-1993Box 11, Folder 5
      • Petry, Ludwig, 1981-1988Box 11, Folder 6
      • Phillips, Derek, 1977-1979Box 11, Folder 7
      • Pinkus, Hans, 1939-1973Box 11, Folder 8
      • Price, Miles, 1948-1968Box 11, Folder 9
      • Pross, Christian, 1988Box 11, Folder 10
      • Quinn, Patrick, 1987-1994Box 11, Folder 11
      • R General, 1948-1989Box 11, Folder 12
      • Rahl, Jim, 1963-1988Box 11, Folder 13
      • Recommendation Letters, 1961-1971Box 11, Folder 14
      • Red Star Linie, 1938-1940Box 11, Folder 15
      • Reichmann, Eva, 1974-1987Box 11, Folder 16
      • Rhode, Gotthold, 1989Box 11, Folder 17
      • Riegert, Robert, 1969, 1979Box 11, Folder 18
      • Ritchie, John, 1958-1977Box 11, Folder 19
      • Roalfe, William R., 1947-1976Box 11, Folder 20
      • Ruder, David, 1964-1985Box 11, Folder 21
      • Rutgers University, 1947Box 11, Folder 22
      • S General, 1931-1990Box 11, Folder 23
      • Sarabia, Antonio, 1959, 1970-1972Box 12, Folder 1
      • Schoppmann, Claudia, 1991-1993Box 12, Folder 2
      • Schwerin, Fred, 1994Box 12, Folder 3
      • Schwerin, Guenther, 1987Box 12, Folder 4
      • Schwerin, Hans W. and Werner, 1948-1987Box 12, Folder 5
      • Seelig, Geert, 1961-1992Box 12, Folder 6
      • Shapiro, Judah, 1955-1956Box 12, Folder 7
      • Shepard, Jerome, 1960-1976Box 12, Folder 8
      • Simon, Ernst, 1971-1988Box 12, Folder 9
      • Spalek, John M., 1980Box 12, Folder 10
      • Srebrny, Simon, 1988Box 12, Folder 11
      • Steefel, Lawrence, 1948Box 12, Folder 12
      • Steiner, William, 1968, 1970Box 12, Folder 13
      • Steiner, Yitzhak, 1990-1991Box 12, Folder 14
      • Stern, Guy, 1985-1987Box 12, Folder 15
      • Stern, William, 1953-1972Box 12, Folder 16
      • Strauss, Herbert, 1977-1988Box 12, Folder 17
      • Strauss, Jeanne, 1982-1984Box 12, Folder 18
      • Suekoff, Raymond, 1933, 1988Box 12, Folder 19
      • Sun-Times, 1985, 1991Box 12, Folder 20
      • Swarsensky, Manfred, 1962-1981Box 12, Folder 21
      • T General, 1951-1992Box 12, Folder 22
      • Telegrams, 1938-1962Box 12, Folder 23
      • Trapp, Harold, 1953Box 12, Folder 24
      • Tuerk, Hans, 1957-1964Box 12, Folder 25
      • U-Z General, 1943-1992Box 12, Folder 26
      • United Restitution Organization, 1963, 1974Box 12, Folder 27
      • United Service for New Americans, 1946-1948Box 12, Folder 28
      • U.S. Institute of Peace, 1995Box 12, Folder 29
      • Venturini, Venturino, 1959-1968Box 12, Folder 30
      • Virginia, University of, 1946-1953Box 12, Folder 31
      • Vogelstein, Hertha, 1942-1945Box 12, Folder 32
      • Walk, Joseph, 1987-1988Box 12, Folder 33
      • Watson, Jill, 1989Box 12, Folder 34
      • Weber, Arnold, 1994Box 12, Folder 35
      • Weissberg, Liliane, 1990Box 12, Folder 36
      • West Indies, University of the, 1970Box 12, Folder 37
      • West Publishing Co., 1986-1987Box 12, Folder 38
      • Wiedemeyer, Malte, 1981-1982Box 12, Folder 39
      • Wigwam, Camp, 1944-1946Box 12, Folder 40
      • Wilke, Kurt and Ilse, 1965-1988Box 12, Folder 41
      • Williams, Eleanor, 1963-1965Box 12, Folder 42
      • Wisconsin, University of, 1970Box 12, Folder 43
      • Yeshiva University, 1985-1986Box 12, Folder 44
      • Zucker, A.E., 1948-1949Box 12, Folder 45
      • Unidentified, 1953-1993Box 12, Folder 46
    • Subject Files
      • Acquisitions, 1969Box 13, Folder 1
      • American Association of Law Libraries, 1958-1972Box 13, Folder 2
      • American Association of Law Libraries - Foreign Law Indexing, 1971-1975Box 13, Folder 3
      • American Society of International Law, 1968-1971Box 13, Folder 4
      • American Societies for Legal History, 1961-1963Box 13, Folder 5
      • Association of American Law Schools, 1964-1970Box 13, Folder 6
      • Atkinson, Mary - Thesis, n.d.Box 13, Folder 7
      • AWV, Akademisch-Wissenschaftlicher Vereins [Academic-Scientific Society], 1936-1952Box 13, Folder 8
      • Bibliographical Guides, n.d.Box 13, Folder 9
      • Bibliography of German Language Monograph Series, 1959-1976Box 13, Folder 10
      • Books from the U.S.A., 1956-1957Box 13, Folder 11
      • Buber, Martin, 1978Box 13, Folder 12
      • Butz, Arthur, 1976-1994Box 14, Folder 1
      • Chicago Association of Law Libraries, 1958Box 14, Folder 2
      • Chicago Jewish Archives, 1966Box 14, Folder 3
      • Contracts, Law of, 1974Box 14, Folder 4
      • Courts, Law Libraries, and Legal Info in a Changing Society, 1984Box 14, Folder 5
      • CV-Zeitung, n.d.Box 14, Folder 6
      • Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft [German Research Community], 1967-1975Box 14, Folder 7
      • Documents Expediting Project, n.d.Box 14, Folder 8
      • Elbert H. Gary Library of Law, 1954-1962Box 14, Folder 9
      • Esslinger Begegnung, 1985Box 14, Folder 10
      • Europäische Revue [European Review], 1932Box 14, Folder 11
      • Evolutionary Jurisprudence, 1989Box 14, Folder 12
      • Excerpta Criminologica, 1961-1964Box 14, Folder 13
      • Extinct Series, n.d.Box 14, Folder 14
      • Faculty, 1970-1984Box 14, Folder 15
      • Ferrand, Pierre, 1992-1993Box 14, Folder 16
      • Foreign Legal Periodicals Union List, 1971-1973Box 14, Folder 17
      • Freudenheim, Tom, 1993-1994Box 14, Folder 18
      • German Compensation for National Socialist Persecution, 1971-1973Box 15, Folder 1
      • German Monograph Series, 1967-1976Box 15, Folder 2
      • German Pension Agreement, 1981Box 15, Folder 3
      • German Restitution, 1952-1961Box 15, Folder 4
      • German Unification Talks, 1966-1967Box 15, Folder 5
      • Grosser Verleger des Deutschen Exils [Publications of the German Refugees], 1986Box 15, Folder 6
      • Guide to the Archival Materials of the German-Speaking Emigration to the United States after 1933, 1980Box 15, Folder 7
      • Hauptmann, Gerhart - “Die Finsternisse”, 1947Box 15, Folder 8
      • Historisches Seminar der Univerität Breslau [Historical Seminar at the University of Breslau], 1939Box 15, Folder 9
      • Holocaust, 1977-1978Box 15, Folder 10
      • International Association of Law Libraries, 1970-1979Box 15, Folder 11
      • International Congress of Comparative Law, Uppsala, 1966Box 15, Folder 12
      • International Federation of Library Associations, 1961-1969Box 15, Folder 13
      • “International Politics”, n.d.Box 15, Folder 14
      • J.G. Herder Research Council, 1986Box 15, Folder 15
      • Jahrhundertfeier, der Geburtstage von Paul Ehrlich und Emil V. Behring [Centennial birthday party], 1954Box 15, Folder 16
      • Jews in Germany, 1969-1975Box 15, Folder 17
      • Jews in Silesia Research (Folder 1), 1977-1985Box 16, Folder 1
      • Jews in Silesia Research (Folder 2), 1985-1987Box 16, Folder 2
      • Law Librarians Institute, 1955Box 16, Folder 3
      • Law on the Midway: Founding of University of Chicago Law School, 1994Box 16, Folder 4
      • Leo Baeck Institute - General, 1958-1995Box 16, Folder 5
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1960-1967Box 16, Folder 6
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1968-1969Box 17, Folder 1
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1970-1971Box 17, Folder 2
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1972-1974Box 17, Folder 3
      • Leo Baeck Institute, 1975-1977Box 17, Folder 4
      • Leo Baeck Institute - Chicago Chapter, 1978-1995Box 17, Folder 5
      • Leo Baeck Institute - News, 1960-1975Box 17, Folder 6
      • “Lessons and Legacies: The Meaning of the Holocaust in a Changing World”, 1989Box 17, Folder 7
      • Literarische Gesellschaft Chicago [Literary Society of Chicago], 1960-1962Box 17, Folder 8
      • Mainzer, Martin, 1972Box 17, Folder 9
      • Minnesota, University of, 1974Box 18, Folder 1
      • Nachrichten aus Berlin [News From Berlin], 1987Box 18, Folder 2
      • Nazi Trials, 1978Box 18, Folder 3
      • Pinkus, Max, 1934-1963Box 18, Folder 4
      • Research Foundation for Jewish Immigration, Inc., 1984Box 18, Folder 5
      • Roalfe, William R., 1964Box 18, Folder 6
      • Schrag, Paul, 1992Box 18, Folder 7
      • Self Help of Chicago - General, 1962-1993Box 18, Folder 8
      • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarship Committee, 1993-1994Box 18, Folder 9
      • Self Help of Chicago Scholarship Materials
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarship Applications, 1967-1977Box 18, Folder 10
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Altman, Cindy L. -, 1972-1973Box 18, Folder 11
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Asch, Ruth D. -, 1966Box 18, Folder 12
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Baerman, Ruth -, 1966-1968Box 18, Folder 13
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Baruch, Steven -, 1963-1965Box 18, Folder 14
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Barzilai, Elias and Jack -, 1964-1968Box 18, Folder 15
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Black, Milton -, 1964-1965Box 19, Folder 1
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Cohn, Ronald -, 1966-1969Box 19, Folder 2
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Domanski, Mark -Box 19, Folder 3
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Duke, Deborah -, 1966Box 19, Folder 4
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Elias, Sheldon and Mark -, 1966-1972Box 19, Folder 5
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Erlbach, Carol and Herbert, 1965-1970Box 19, Folder 6
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Fink, Esther, 1967-1973Box 19, Folder 7
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Fleischer, Ruth, 1965-1969Box 19, Folder 8
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Geiger, Judith, 1966Box 19, Folder 9
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Gorun, Alexander, 1969-1970Box 19, Folder 10
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Gross, Phillip and Eva and Glenn, 1968-1976Box 19, Folder 11
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Grossman, Raymon, 1963Box 19, Folder 12
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Hubert, Roy G. -, 1965-1973Box 19, Folder 13
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Jacobi, Neal H. -, 1969-1970Box 19, Folder 14
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Jacobius, Moshe -, 1973-1981Box 19, Folder 15
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Klein, George -, 1976-1980Box 19, Folder 16
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Klein, Tom -, 1972-1980Box 19, Folder 17
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Klisch, Renee -, 1966Box 19, Folder 18
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Koenig, Brenda -, 1965-1966Box 19, Folder 19
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Lemberger, Harry -, 1969-1970Box 19, Folder 20
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Lewin, Shelly M. -, 1980-1981Box 19, Folder 21
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Mazanek, Magda -, 1967-1969Box 19, Folder 22
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Mucha, Jeffrey I. -, 1966-1967Box 19, Folder 23
        • Self Help of Chicago - Scholarships: Oberrotman, Alan -, 1967-1969Box 19, Folder 24
      • Siegfried Marck Discussion Group, 1954-1971Box 19, Folder 25
      • Symposium an der Bayerischen Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzberg [Symposium at the Bavarian Julius-Maximilians Univeristy in Wuerzberg], 1983Box 19, Folder 26
      • Temple Ezra/ Ezra Habonim, 1961-1962, 1965, 1988, 1992Box 19, Folder 27
      • Torah Scroll - Library, 1970Box 19, Folder 28
      • Two American Civil Law Systems: Quebec Civil Law and Louisiana Civil Law, 1964Box 19, Folder 29
      • United Help - General Correspondence, 1971-1982Box 20, Folder 1
      • United Help - General, 1977-1982Box 20, Folder 2
      • Virginia, University of - Alderman Meeting, 1947-1948Box 20, Folder 3
      • Wagner, Josef and Lessie Sachs Wagner, 1932-1947Box 20, Folder 4
      • Wilson Library Bulletin, 1952Box 20, Folder 5
      • World Jewish Congress, 1974, 1989Box 20, Folder 6
    • Publications
      • Checklist of Publications, 1927-1989, 1990Box 20, Folder 7
      • Articles and Contributions
        • “Sigismund von Schtopp”, 1931Box 20, Folder 8
        • “Max Pinkus' Schlesierbucherei” [Max Pinkus' Silesian Library], 1934Box 20, Folder 9
        • “Juden an der Universität Breslau” [Jews at the University of Breslau], 1936Box 20, Folder 10
        • Aufbau, 1941-1979Box 20, Folder 11
        • “Bibliographical Services in Criminology”, 1950Box 20, Folder 12
        • “Foreign Language Periodicals and Articles of Interest in the Field of Police Science”, 1951Box 20, Folder 13
        • “Foreign Language Periodicals and Articles of Interest in the Field of Criminal Law and Criminology”, 1951-1952Box 20, Folder 14
        • “The Elbert H. Gary Law Library of Northwestern University” (with William Roalfe), 1953Box 20, Folder 15
        • “Foreign Legal Periodicals in American Law Libraries - A Union List”, 1961Box 20, Folder 16
        • Historia Judaica Index to Volumes I-XX, 1961Box 20, Folder 17
        • “Law Libraries and Foreign Law Collections in the U.S.A.”, 1962Box 20, Folder 18
        • “Max Pinkus, seine Schlesienbucherei und seine Freundschaft mit Gerhart Hauptmann” [Max Pinkus, his Silesian Library and his Friendship with Gerhart Hauptmann], 1963Box 20, Folder 19
        • “Foreign Legal Periodicals in American Law Libraries - A New Union List”, 1966Box 20, Folder 20
        • “Foreign Law Selection and Acquisition: Sources and Problems”, 1970Box 20, Folder 21
        • “The Jews in Silesia: An Attempt to Assess Their History and Their Economic and Cultural Activities”, 1980Box 20, Folder 22
        • “Die Juden in Schlesien: Aus ihrer Geschichte und ihrem Beitrag zu Wirtschaft und Kultur” [The Jews in Silesia: Their History and Their Contribution to the Economy and Culture], 1980Box 21, Folder 1
        • Jewish Immigrants of the Nazi Period in the U.S.A., Vol. 2: Classified and Annotated Bibliography of Books and Articles on the Immigration and Acculturation of Jews From Central Europe to the USA Since 1933, 1981Box 21, Folder 2
        • The International Association of Law Libraries: Its Beginnings, 1984Box 21, Folder 3
        • “Die Juden Schlesiens und ihr überregionaler Einfluss” [The Silesian Jews and Their National Influence], 1986Box 21, Folder 4
        • “Die Jüdische Bevölkerung in Schlesien Nach der Emanzipation” [The Jewish Population in Silesia After the Emancipation], 1989Box 21, Folder 5
      • Books and Pamphlets
        • Classifications for International Law (first edition), 1947Box 21, Folder 6
        • Classification for International Law and Relations (second edition), 1958Box 21, Folder 7
        • Classification for International Law and Relations (third edition) (folder 1), 1969Box 21, Folder 8
        • Classification for International Law and Relations (third edition) including reviews of 2nd and 3rd editions (folder 2), 1969Box 22, Folder 1
        • Guides to the Legal Collections in Chicago, 1955Box 22, Folder 2
        • “Jews from Germany in the United States and Jews in Germany: Remarks on Their History”, 1955Box 22, Folder 3
        • Northwestern University School of Law - A Short History, 1859-1959 (with James Rahl), 1960Box 22, Folder 4
        • “International Association of Law Libraries, Proceedings...”, 1961Box 22, Folder 5
        • Law Books Recommended for Libraries (with Wesley Gould), 1968Box 22, Folder 6
        • German Compensation for Victims of Nazi Persecution, 1972Box 22, Folder 7
        • A Bibliography of German Language Legal Monograph Series, 1978Box 22, Folder 8
        • “Comparative Law Reflections: A Bibliographical Survey”, 1985Box 22, Folder 9
        • “Self Help of Chicago, Inc. Self Help Home for the Ages, Inc. A Short History: 1938-1988”, 1989Box 22, Folder 10
      • Reviews
        • General Articles, Reviews, Reviews by Others, 1934-1959Box 23, Folder 1
        • Library Journal Book Reviews, 1947-1970Box 23, Folder 2
        • “Deutschland 1848-1948...”; “1848 - Werk und Erbe”; “Die Revolution von 1848”, 1950Box 23, Folder 3
        • General Articles and Reviews, 1956-1960Box 23, Folder 4
        • “European Institutions: Cooperation, Integration, Unification”, 1959Box 23, Folder 5
        • General Articles, Reviews, Reviews by Others, 1960-1985Box 23, Folder 6
        • General Articles and Reviews, 1961-1964Box 23, Folder 7
        • “The European Common Market...”, 1963Box 23, Folder 8
        • General Articles and Reviews, 1965-1974Box 23, Folder 9
        • “Justice and Nazi Crimes: A Collection of German Sentences Concerning National Socialist Murder Crimes”, 1968Box 24, Folder 1
        • Library Quarterly Reviews, 1975Box 24, Folder 2
        • General Reviews, 1975-1981Box 24, Folder 3
        • “John Henry Wigmore: An Annotated Bibliography”, 1981Box 24, Folder 4
        • “A Bibliography on Foreign and Comparative Law”, 1981Box 24, Folder 5
        • “Encyclopedia of Public International Law”, 1981Box 24, Folder 6
        • “A Guide to the Official Publications of the European Communities” second edition, 1983Box 24, Folder 7
        • “International Law of State Responsibility for Injuries to Aliens”, 1983Box 24, Folder 8
        • Journal of Legal Education Reviews, 1982-1983Box 24, Folder 9
        • “Lützeler: Western Europe in Transition - West Germany's Role in the European Community”, 1987Box 24, Folder 10
        • “Rechtsprechung des Europäischen Gerichtshofes für Menschenrechte” [Jurisdiction of the European Court for Human Rights], 1988Box 24, Folder 11
  • Gertrude Schwerin
    • Biographical
      • American Veterinary Medical Association, 1950, 1968Box 24, Folder 12
      • Application for Compensation for Suffering in Nazi Germany, 1953Box 24, Folder 13
      • Autobiography, 1993Box 24, Folder 14
      • Birth Certificates, 1953Box 24, Folder 15
      • Certificate from Northwestern University School of Law, 1982Box 24, Folder 16
      • Citizenship Papers, 1944Box 24, Folder 17
      • Curriculum Vitae, 1975, 1985Box 24, Folder 18
      • Death, 1993Box 24, Folder 19
      • Diaries and Journals (Folder 1), 1907-1937Box 24, Folder 20
      • Diaries and Journals (Folder 2), 1937-1978Box 25, Folder 1
      • Family - Dosenheimer, Elise, 1925-1954Box 25, Folder 2
      • Family - Dosenheimer, Emil, 1907Box 25, Folder 3
      • Family - Dosenheimer, Emil - “Esther und Mordechai”, n.d.Box 25, Folder 4
      • Family - Dosenheimer, Paula, 1936-1970Box 25, Folder 5
      • Family - Maass-Friedmann, Lucie - “Mutti”, 1976Box 25, Folder 6
      • Family - Trauer Album [Family Obituaries], 1931-1987Box 25, Folder 7
      • Foreign Language Dictionaries, 1931Box 25, Folder 8
      • Friends, 1933-1994Box 25, Folder 9
      • General Biographical, Before 1937Box 25, Folder 10
      • General Biographical, After 1937Box 25, Folder 11
      • Job Applications, 1942-1961Box 25, Folder 12
      • Journal, 1973Box 26, Folder 1
      • Malibu Condominium, 1980-1992Box 26, Folder 2
      • New Testament, n.d.Box 26, Folder 3
      • Notebooks (Folder 1), n.d.Box 26, Folder 4
      • Notebooks (Folder 2), n.d.Box 26, Folder 5
      • Opera, 1940, 1976-1977Box 26, Folder 6
      • Passports, 1933, 1937, 1957, 1986Box 27, Folder 1
      • Poetry, Before 1937Box 27, Folder 2
      • Poetry, After 1937Box 27, Folder 3
      • Poetry Books (Folder 1), 1922-1980Box 27, Folder 4
      • Poetry Books (Folder 2), n.d.Box 27, Folder 5
      • Reading List, 1957Box 27, Folder 6
      • Self Help Home, 1981-1993Box 27, Folder 7
      • Social Security, 1978-1989Box 27, Folder 8
      • Stories, n.d.Box 27, Folder 9
      • U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1949-1950Box 27, Folder 10
      • Who's Who of American Women, 1964Box 27, Folder 11
    • Education
      • Certificates and Reports, 1927-1948Box 27, Folder 12
      • University Study Books, 1931Box 28, Folder 1
      • General, 1932-1945Box 28, Folder 2
      • Record of Training and Experience, 1940Box 28, Folder 3
    • Correspondence
      • General, Before 1937Box 28, Folder 4
      • A-K General, 1937-1990Box 28, Folder 5
      • Al, n.d.Box 28, Folder 6
      • Badische Bank, 1935-1967Box 28, Folder 7
      • Birthday Cards, 1940-1995Box 28, Folder 8
      • Condolence Letters for Gertrude's Death, May/June 1993Box 28, Folder 9
      • Dosenheimer, Ernst, 1977-1985Box 28, Folder 10
      • Feldman, Esther and Marie Golpern, 1960-1968Box 28, Folder 11
      • Frey, Marie and Hans, 1982-1991Box 28, Folder 12
      • Gestrich, Gerda, 1976-1989Box 28, Folder 13
      • Get Well Cards, 1989Box 28, Folder 14
      • Goldman, Julia, 1975Box 28, Folder 15
      • Holiday Cards, 1947-1993Box 29, Folder 1
      • Horowitz, Edith, 1981-1987Box 29, Folder 2
      • Jury Commissioner, 1989Box 29, Folder 3
      • Kurt's 80th Birthday, April 1982Box 29, Folder 4
      • L-R General, 1937-1990Box 29, Folder 5
      • Landesamt für Wiedergutmachung [Department for Reparations], 1958-1959Box 29, Folder 6
      • Maas, Gershon, 1983-1989Box 29, Folder 7
      • Miscellaneous Cards, 1971-1995Box 29, Folder 8
      • Morris, Grete and Ralph, 1987-1995Box 29, Folder 9
      • Osborn, Max, 1945Box 29, Folder 10
      • Prerauer, Lili, 1957-1962Box 29, Folder 11
      • Rosenberg, Anna, 1926-1937Box 29, Folder 12
      • S-Z General, 1945-1992Box 29, Folder 13
      • S., Paul, 1980-1986Box 29, Folder 14
      • Schmidt, Heinrich, 1930-1936Box 30, Folder 1
      • Solomon, Jolane, 1984-1990Box 30, Folder 2
      • Ungewitter, Ursula and Dietrich, 1978-1992Box 30, Folder 3
      • Wedding Cards, 1950Box 30, Folder 4
      • Wolff, Friedl, 1981-1987Box 30, Folder 5
      • Unidentified, n.d.Box 30, Folder 6
    • Publications
      • Aufbau, 1951-1985Box 30, Folder 7
      • Sun-Times, 1964Box 30, Folder 8
      • General, 1978-1991Box 30, Folder 9
      • Malibu Monthly, 1986-1991Box 30, Folder 10
  • Addition
    • Photograph Album: Gertrude Dosenheimer, ca. 1913-1929Box 31, Folder 1
    • Photograph Album: Gertrude Dosenheimer, ca. 1929-1931Box 31, Folder 2
    • Photograph Album: Gertrude Dosenheimer, ca. 1932-1935Box 31, Folder 3
    • Photograph Album: Gertrude Dosenheimer, ca. 1934-1937Box 31, Folder 4
    • Photograph Album #1, 1919-1948Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #2, 1947-1954Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #3, 1955-1957Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #4, 1958-1962Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #5, 1962-1967Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #6, 1967-1968Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #7, 1969-1971Carton 32
    • Photograph Album #8, 1971-1972Carton 33
    • Photograph Album #9, 1972-1974Carton 33
    • Photograph Album #10, 1974-1975Carton 33
    • Photograph Album #12, 1977-1978Carton 33
    • Photograph Album #13, 1978-1982Carton 33
    • Scrapbook #1, 1936-1938Carton 33
    • Scrapbook #2, 1931-1948Carton 33
    • Scrapbook #3, 1948-1964Carton 33
    • Scrapbook #4, 1959-1971Carton 34
    • Scrapbook #5, 1970-1978Carton 34
    • Scrapbook #6, 1978-1984Carton 34
    • Photograph Album #11, 1976-1978Carton 35
    • Photograph Album #14, 1983-1992Carton 35
    • Scrapbook #7, 1983-1995Carton 35