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Loewenstein, Karl, 1891-1973

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Eva Schiffer Materials Related to Editing the Thomas Mann-Karl Loewenstein Correspondence

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MA.00224
Abstract

Correspondence related to the compilation, editing, and permissions to publish the correspondence between Thomas Mann and Karl Loewenstein, which was published in 1982 in Bl├Ątter der Thomas Mann-Gesellschaft, Nr. 18-19 (1981-82).

Dates: circa 1977-1983

Karl Loewenstein Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MA.00206
Abstract Materials produced and collected by Karl Loewenstein (1891-1973) over the course of his long career as a political scientist, professor, lawyer, and government advisor. The papers include professional and personal correspondence, manuscripts, lecture notes, reports, memoranda, legal documents, diaries, lecture and interview transcripts, photographs, recordings, and printed material. The bulk of the collection documents Loewenstein's long academic career, which began in Munich and continued...
Dates: 1822-1977 1908-1973

Loewenstein, Karl (Faculty, Political Science), 3 folders, 1936-2003

 File
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Amherst College Non-Alumni Biographical Files document individuals associated with the college as faculty, staff, honorary degree recipients, trustees, visiting speakers and artists or in any role other than student. Files contain information about the individual and their relationship to the college and may including newpaper clippings, photographs, curriculum vitae, pamphlets, correspondence and other materials. Some files contain biographical questionaires submitted by the individual...
Dates: 1936-2003

M.A., hon. Loewenstein, Karl, 1940

 File — Box: 5, Folder: 1A
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Amherst College Degrees and Honors Collection consists chiefly of the diplomas for degrees awarded to Amherst graduates and other individuals associated with the College, mostly in the 19th century. All printed on vellum, but their physical condition varies widely; water and mold damage are evident on many of the early nineteenth century documents. Although some are for the degree of Master of Arts, the bulk are Bachelor of Arts. Honorary doctorates, as well as a few honorary Masters...
Dates: 1940

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