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March 9, 1889 - born in Breslau, son of Alfons and Rosa Heimann Marck
December 9, 1920 - married Klara Rosenstock in Breslau
April 23, 1930 - appointed Professor in Ordinary of the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Breslau
October 1938 to September 30, 1939 - Master of Research, Faculty of Letters, at the University of Dijon
March 4, 1946 - divorce from Claire Marck, Chicago, Illinois
April 3, 1946 - married Ilse Apt
January 11, 1949 Certificate of Naturalization
February 16, 1957 Coroner's Certificate of Death, Chicago, Illinois
Biographical materials, 1939–57; correspondence, in part pertaining to Thomas Mann, 1950–57; and printed materials. A
native of Breslau, Marck taught at Roosevelt University from 1945.
3. Wiedergutmachung Correspondence and documents
4. Miscellaneous correspondence
6. Secondary literature, reviews
7. Clippings, offprints
9. Essays about Marck