M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Inventory of the
FELIX HIRSCH
PAPERS, 1932-1976

(GER-042)

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Inventory compiled by
Mary Osielski
March 19, 1985








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ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were transferred to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by John Spalek in June 1984.

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Inventory


Felix Hirsch Papers
Scope and Content Note

Biographical materials, 1932-56; correspondence with Hans Kohn, Golo Mann, and others, 1932-76; manuscripts of books and articles, undated; offprints of articles, 1934-76. Hirsch was a professor of history and library director at Bard College and at Trenton State College.  Also includes some correspondence and offprints of his wife Elizabeth F. Hirsch, a specialist in Renaissance philosophy.


Felix Hirsch Papers
Inventory

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Publications:

Journal Articles

"Beyond All Frontiers: On Writing and Studying History Today", in Current History 14:78 (February, 1948) 90-94.

"Eduard von Simson: Das Problem der Deutschjudischen Symbiose im Schatten Goethes und Bismarcks", in Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Untetricht, Jahrgang 16, Heft 5, Mai, 1965, pp. 261-277.

"The End of the Junker Class", in Current History 10:54 (February, 1946) 146-151.

"Growing German Pacifism", in Current History 20:114 (February, 1951) 77-82.

"Hermann Oncken and the End of an Era", in The Journal of Modern History 18:2 (June, 1946) 148-159.

"The Scholar as Librarian", in The Library Quarterly 9:3 (July, 1939) 299-320.

"Memories of Emil Ludwig", in Books Abroad 23:2 (Spring, 1949) 113-118.

"The Poles and Eastern Germany", in Current History 8:44 (April, 1945) 294-298.

"Visit to My Past", in The Survey 86:4 (April, 1950) 181-185.

"Visit With Albert Schweitzer", in Friends Journal 21:3 (February 1, 1975) 68-69.

"William Hubben 1896-1974", in Friends Journal 20:18 (November 1, 1974) 557.

Newspaper Articles

"Arnold Brecht Neunzigjährig", in Aufbau, January 25, 1974, p. 4.

"Ein Deutscher Lincoln Oder der Stalin der SPD?", in Die Zeit, March 7, 1975, p. 9.

"Thomas Mann and Germany", in New York Herald Tribune, June 7, 1955, p. 22.

"Um Rankes Erbe: Die Leistungen der Deutschen Geschichtswissenschaft", in Deutsche Zukunst, October 7, 1934, p. 5.

"The Year of Decision for Konrad Adenauer", in New York Herald Tribune, January 15, 1957.

Reprints

"Abschied von Theodor Heuss"

"Ebert und Stresemann"

"George Peabody Gooch"

"Heidelberger Erinnerungen an Gerhard Ritter"

"Heidelberg vor Fünfzig Jahren"

"Stresemann, Ballin und die Vereinigten Staaten"

"Wilhelm Sollmann (1881-1951)"


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