M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

GERMAN AND JEWISH INTELLECTUAL ÉMIGRÉ COLLECTION

Finding Aid for the
HANS STAUDINGER
Papers, 1928-1979

(GER-087)

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

Finding Aid Compiled by
Marion P. Munzer
July 22, 1983








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ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Elizabeth Todd Staudinger (Mrs. Hans Staudinger) in 1980.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and content note

Series Description

Box and Folder List:


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Biographical Sketch

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1889 August 16 - born at Worms am Rhein, Germany, son of Franz and Auguste (Wenck) Staudinger
1907  Graduated from Altes Gymnasium, Darmstadt
1907/8 Studied literature during the winter semester at the University of Munich
1908 Studied during the spring semester at the University of Heidelberg
1908/1913 Studied economics and sociology from the fall semester of 1908 until the summer semester of 1913 at the University of Heidelberg
1913 Received his doctorate in economics and sociology from the University of Heidelberg, summa cum laude. Doctoral dissertation was Individuum und Gemeinscbaft
1913 December a contract with the publisher Eugen Diedrichs, Jena, to publish his book, Individuum und Gemeinschaft
1913/14 Served as Revisionssekretaer, Sueddeutscher Verband der Konsum ereine
1914 Military service in the German army
1916 May 18 - decorated with the Eiserne Kreuz II. Klasse 10. Kompanie des Infantrie Regiment Markgraf Ludwig Wilhelm (3. Bad) Nr. III
1918 Appointed as Referent in the Kriegsernaehrulngsamt, Berlin. Appointed Regierungsrat, Berlin
1921 Appointed Geheimer Regieru-ngsrat, Reichswirtschafts-Ministerium, Berlin
1922 Appointed Geheimer Regierungsrat and Ministerialrat, Berlin
1919/24 Served as personal adjudant to the Reichswirtschafts-Ministers Robert Schmidt, Scholz, Neuhaus, von Raumer, Koeth and Hamm; served as Referent for the Reichswirtschaftsrat and.the Deutsche Enquete Commission
1927 Became Ministerialdirektor in the Preussischen Handelsministerium for Elektrizitaetswirtschaft, Hafen- und Verkehrsangelegenheiten
1927/33 Served as a member of the Reichstag
1929 Served as Staatssekretaer in the Preussischen Handelsministerium, as Aufsichtsrat-Vorsitzender of the Harbors Duisburg and Stettin, of the Preussen Elektra, of the Preusaag, and of the Vereinigten Elektrizitaets - und Bergwerkgesellschaft

Served as Zweiter Vorsitzender in the Aufsichtsrat of the Allgemeinen Deutschen Elektrizitaets-Wirtschaft, of the Saaltallsperren, and of the Preussisch-Hamburgischen Hafengeneinschaft

Served as Aufsichtsratmitglied of the Thueringischen Gasgesellachaft, and was a member of the Preussisch-Bremer Hafengemeinschaft

1931 His book Der Staat als Unternehmer, published by Gersbach und Sohn, Berlin
1932/33 Elected a member of the Reichstag, Sozialdemokratische Partei, Hamburg
1932 Removed by Chancellor Franz von Papen from his positions in government after the fall of the constitutional government
1933 SJune 16 to July 22: held in police custody in Hamburg and prosecuted by the Nazis
1933 August 30 officially discharged from his positions in government
1933 Emigrated to Belgium
1933 Consultant to SOFINA, Brussels SOFINA association from 1933 1939
1934 Studied during the spring semester at the University of Heidelberg
1934 Fall - appointed Professor for Economics at the University in Exile, New School for Social Research, New York
1940 September 26 - became a naturalized citizen: No. 4 776 622 (certificate of naturalization), Southern District of New York, District Court of the U. S. A.
1941/43 Served as Dean of the Graduate Faculty at the New School for Social Research, New York
1943/53 Chairman of the Council for Research, Institute Of World Affairs (Director from 1951-1953)
1944 September 29 - received notification of termination of appointment as "Expert" from the U. S. War Department
1950/51 Served as Dean of the Graduate Faculty at the New School for Social Research, New York
1951/53 Chairman of the Institute of World Affairs
1955/60 Served as Dean of the Graduate Faculty at the New School for Social Research, New York
1959 April 6 - received the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the New School of Social Research, New York
1959/64 Editor of the Journal of Social Research, an International Quarterly of Political Social Science, New York, (published by the New School for Social Research)
1960 Elected Professor Emeritus, New School for Social Research, New York
1963 Laying of the ground stone at the Dampfkraftwerk Staudinger, Grosskrotzen- burg, Hanau/Main, Germany
1965 Endowment of a permanent Faculty Chair, Else and Hans Staudinger, New School for Social Research, New York
1965 September 16- Opening ceremonies Dampfkraftwerk Staudinger, Gross krotzenburg, Hanau/Main, Germany
1966 March 1966-death of his wife, Else Staudinger
1966 October 29 married Elizabeth Todd (born April.3, 1903) in St. Joseph, Missouri)
1969 August 24 received the Cross of Merit with Star from the Federal Republic of West-Germany (was informed of this by the German Counsul Dr. Klaus Curtius)
1969 October 15 became a duly elected member of the German Society of the City of New York
1980 February 25 died in Manhattan

Biographical information was gathered from the private papers of Dr. Staudinger.


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The papers of Hans Staudinger reflect his professional, political, and cultural activities in Germany and the United States. His teaching materials concentrate on economics and sociology and are world-wide in scope. Materials are in English or German, with the correspondence and lecture notes pertaining to the New School for Social Research being predominantly in English.

The Collection contains articles, books, diplomas, passports, photographs, scrapbooks, Festscrifen, and memorabilia of Hans Staudinger and members of his family. It also contains correspondence; handwritten and typed drafts of lecture notes, speeches, and addresses; teaching and research materials; and publications by Hans Staudinger and members of the New School for Social Research. The concentration of material is in the period of 1940 through 1960, with early biographical material dating from 1907 and some items dating through 1980.

Included in the Collection are records of the activities of Dr. Else Staudinger (first wife of Dr. Hans Staudinger) on behalf of the American Council for Emigres in the Professions, Inc.

The correspondence and other items relating to the Staudinger family are of interest because of the importance of the individuals involved. Dr. Staudinger's father, Dr. Franz Staudinger, was a philosopher and sociologist, a consumer activist, served as a Lutheran pastor and university professor, and wrote on ethics, philosophy, and religion. His sister, Louise Federn-Staudinger, was a renowned sculpturist. His brother, Dr. Hermann Staudinger, considered to be the founder of molecular chemistry, was a university professor who won the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1953, was noted for his inspirational teaching, and was the author of over 500 books and papers in the field of organic chemistry. His, nephew, Dr. Hansjürgen Staudinger, was a professor of physiological chemistry and Director of the Biochemical Department at the University of Giessen.

Other correspondence (with over two hundred individuals and organizations) covers Staudinger's many interests and activities: university education, aid to exiles, Deutsche Theater, public utilities, assistance to colleagues and students in publishing their writings, arrangements for publishing his own works. Of special interest might be the correspondence and records pertaining to foreign scholars and other professionals rescued from the Nazis; the activities of the American Council for Emigres in the Professions, Inc., and the Rockefeller Foundation in their behalf; and the correspondence on the efforts to resettle these individuals in the United States. There are materials which relate to the professional activities of Dr. Hans Staudinger as a member of the various ministries in Berlin between the years of 1918 to 1932, and also which deal with his extensive efforts to bring about an expanded cultural exchange between Germany and the United States after the end of the Second World War.

Holdings relative to the New School deal with its inception under Alvin Johnson, historical items from the observances of the School's 25th and 40th anniversaries, the work of the Rockefeller Foundation in aiding exiles, and copies of publications by twenty-six members.

Typescripts of Staudinger's articles, speeches, books, and book reviews are held in the manuscript section of the Collection, together with many of his publications. (Published works can be found in the book section by using the card catalog.)

The bulk of the Collection consists of lecture and research materials, Topics with large amounts of materials are: Ecology, Economics, Education, Electricity, Energy, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, German Business and Government, Common Market, Industry and Labor, Inflation, Leisure Time, Money, Peace, Philosophy, Politics, Population Growth, Psychology, Religion, Socialism, Sociology.  These research materials include pamphlets, clippings, and some correspondence with individuals who were experts in the specific field.

The Hans Staudinger Collection is of interest to researchers in the fields of economics, sociology, educational history and theory (especially on the university level), history of German-speaking exiles. Researchers in the fields of science might want to examine the correspondence and publications of Dr. Hermann Staudinger, his wife, Dr. Magda Staudinger, and his son, Dr. HansJuügen Staudinger.


Hans Staudinger Papers
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Series 1: Biographical materials: Biographical sketches; documents regarding education, employment, imprisonment (1933), and activities of Hans Staudinger and members of his family; family history; photographs.

Series 2:Correspondence: Personal and professional correspondence. Note: Correspondence is scattered throughout the Collection.

Series 3: New School Correspondence and publications dealing with Alvin Johnson and the establishment of the "University in Exile" and important activities of the Graduate School (conferences, anniversary celebrations, refugee assistance projects, etc.

Series 4: Organizations and Associations: Correspondence; publications of the groups.

Series 5: Writings, speeches, etc.: Typescripts of articles, books, speeches, and book reviews.

Series 6: Lectures and notes: Drafts and texts of lectures; notes; reading lists; clippings and background materials.

Series 7: Subjects: Individuals: Publications of individuals; photographs and correspondence. (See also "Series II - Correspondence" and other appropriate series for additional items of correspondence.)

Series 8: Teaching and research materials: Pamphlets, clippings, and some correspondence on the specific topic.

Series 9: Writings

Series 10: Miscellaneous: Oversized items; materials removed from books; artifacts


Hans Staudinger Papers
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Series 1: Biographical materials: Biographical sketches; documents regarding education, employment, imprisonment (1933), and activities of Hans Staudinger and members of his family; family history; photographs.

Box 1
1. Staudinger, Hans - Biographical documents
2. Staudinger, Hans - Biographical sketches
3. Staudinger, Hans - Darmstadt (views, history, etc.)
4. Staudinger, Hans - Travel diary (1930)
5. Staudinger, Hans - Imprisonment and loss of position: Germany (1933)
6. Staudinger, Hans - New School (Appointments, awards, etc.)
7. Staudinger, Hans - Consultant in the U.S. War Department
8. Staudinger, Hans - 80th birthday (16 August 1969)
9. Staudinger, Hans- Miscellaneous notes, names, addresses
10. Staudinger, Hans - Newspaper clippings
ll. Staudinger, Hans - Offers of positions
12. Staudinger, Hans - Photographs (also photographs of family members)
13. Staudinger, Hans - "Poesie Album" (also dried clover leafs)
14. Staudinger, Hans - Residences
15. Staudinger family - Correspondence
16. Staudinger family - General
17. Staudinger family - History
18. Staudinger, Else - Documents
19. Staudinger, Else - American Council for Emigres in the Professions
20. Staudinger, Else - ACEP
21. Staudinger, Else - Biographical sketches, photographs
22. Staudinger, Else - Death
23. Staudinger, Else - Memorial
24. Staudinger, Frank (son)
25-26 Staudinger, Franz
27. Staudinger, Franz - Publications
28-29 Staudinger, Hansjürgen
30-32 Staudinger, Hermann
33. Staudinger, Magda
34. Staudinger, Wilhelm
35. Staudinger, Jan Jacek
36. Federn-Staudinger, Louise
37. Schaffner, Ruth (Mrs. Joseph Halle Schaffner)
38. Dampfkraftwerk Staudinger


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Series 2: Correspondence: Personal and professional correspondence.
Note: Correspondence is scattered throughout the Collection.

Box 2

1-2 Unsorted
3. Unsorted - 1959
4. Unsorted - 1964
5. Unsorted - 1965-1967
6. Unsorted - 1965
7. New Year's letter, 1966, with reply by Adolph Lowe
8. Easter letter, 1967, with replies
9. New Year's letter, 1974, with replies
10. Easter letter, 1975
11. Unsorted - 1973-1977
12-13 Unsorted - 1979-1980
14. Arnold, Fritz, re: Otto Stegemann
15. Balint, Maria
16. Barclay, David
17. Behrens, Henry W.
18. Bennigsen-Foerder, R. von
19. Berks, David
20. Boehm, Eric
21. Brandt, Willy
22. Braun, Otto
23. Brecht, Arnold
24. re: Broch, Hermann
25. Curtius, Klaus
26. Deutsche Theater
27. Dewall, Hans von
28. Eynern, Gert von
29. Ferraro, Eugene
30. Fetscher, Iring
31. Fischer-Dieskau, Joachim
32. Fisher, Louis
33. Flitner, Hugbert
34. Gambke, Gotthard
35. Gehlhoff, Walter
36. Germer, Edmund
37. Gideonse, Harry
38. Gontard, Gert von
39. Grathoff, Richard re: Carl Mayer
40. Grossman, Kurt
41. Grubbe, Peter
42. Hamburger, Ernest re: Henry Salfeld
43. Hartmann, Alfred
44. Heilbronner, Robert
45. Heilbrunn, Alfred
46. Heilbut, Anthony
47. Heineman, D. N.
48. Heinemann, Gustav
49. Heinemann, James H.
50. Henle, Mary
51. Heuss, Theodor
52. Hirsch, Felix E.
53. Hoffmann, Julius
54. Iggers, Georg
55. Initiative Committee for National Economic Planning
56-57 Jacoby, E. G.

Box 3

1. Jaeggi, Urs
2. Joachimowski, Alfons
3. Johnson, Alvin
4. Johnson, Lyndon Baines re: Vietnam War
5. Jonas, Hans
6. Junior, Peter
7. Katona
8. Kiep, Walther Leisler
9. Kohl, Heinrich
10. Kollege re: SPD Parteiprogramme (vor 1933)
11. Kollegen von Reichswirtschafts ministerium
12. Kracauer, E.
13. Krimmel
14. Lachman, Charles S.
15. Landauer, Carl
16. Landmann, Michael
17. Lash, Trude
18. re: Lederer, Emil
19. Lennard, Henry L.,
20. Leser, Paul
21. Lowenthal, Richard
22. Lohaus, Adam H.
23. Lorch, Jack and Louise
24. Lowe, Adolf
25. Lowe, Adolf re: Government policy on Vietnam
26. Lowe, Adolf re: Hans Jonas
27. Lowe, Adolph
28. Luckmann, Benita
29. Ludz, Peter Christian
30. Luhmann, Niklas
31. Malaquais, Elisabeth
32. re: Mannheim, Karl
33. Marx, Henry
34. re: Mayr, Karl (Hitler's instruction officer)
35. Mocsanyi, Paul
36. Möller, Alex
37. Naterp, Paul
38. Paetel, Karl Otto
39. Popitz, Heinrich
40. Raabe, P.
41. Ragg, Albrecht
42. Riemer, Jehuda
43. re: Riezler, Kurt
44. Roemer, Wilhelm
45. Romoser, George K.
46. Rosenfeld, Theodore
47. Rüstow, Hanns-Joachim
48. Rutkoff, Peter
49. Sahl, Hans
50. Salz, Beate (including two photographs)
51. Schaeffer, Eva
52. Schaeffer, Hans
53-58 re: Schaeffer, Hans-Festscrift
59. Schaffner, Ruth S.
60. Schalfejew, Eduard
61. Schilling, Hermann
62. Schmidt-Schlegel, Philipp
63. Siches, Recasens
64. Simmel, Marianne L.
65. Simons, Hans
66. Spalek, John
67. Spangenberg, Gisela
68-69 Speier, Hans
70. Speier, Hans re: Emil Lederer, Max Weber
71. Spier, Fred

Box 4

1. Spitz, Rose (Quotations from Gibran, etc.)
2. Staden, Berndt von
3. Stahl, Walter
4. Stegemann, Otto
5. Steltzer, Theodor
6. Stetzer, Werner
7. Stern, Frederick M.
8. Stolper, Toni
9. Strauss, Herbert
10. Strauss, Leo re: Howard White
11. Strauss, Walter
12. Tauber, Esther
13. Tenbruck, Friedrick H.
14. Triebenstein, Olaf
15. Tyrner-Tyrnauer, Alfred R.
16. re: Wachenheim, Hedwig
17. Wagner, Helmut R.
18. Wandel, Eckhard
19. Warburg, Eric
20. Weber, Alfred
21. Weichmann, Herbert
22. Weichmann, Herbert re: Preussenelektra
23. Weil, Herbert
24. Wolfner, Aram
24a. Zoff, Otto


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Series 3: New School: Correspondence and publications dealing with Alvin Johnson and the establishment of the "University in Exile" and important activities of the Graduate School (conferences, anniversary celebrations, refugee assistance projects, etc.)

Box 4 (continued)

25-26 Johnson, Alvin
27. Johnson, Alvin 1924
28. Johnson, Alvin
29. 1933
30. 1953-63
31. 1959
32. 25th anniversary, 1959
33. 1960 Middle States evaluation
34. 1961 Progress report
35. 1962
36. 1962 Birenbaum - Remarks... Faculty notice re: smoking
37. 1962 Progress report
38. 1967
39. 1969
40. 40th anniversary - Planning
41-43 40th anniversary
44. 40th anniversary - Arnold Brecht Henry Kissinger
45. 40th anniversary - Bonn conference
46. 40th anniversary
47-48 40th anniversary - Bonn conference
49. 40th anniversary Graduate Faculty (University in Exile) Background information
40-51 40th anniversary

Box 5

1. 40th anniversary - Heuss Chair - Bonn Conference
2. 40th anniversary - Bonn Conference - Heuss Chair
3. 40th anniversary - Heuss Chair
4. 40th anniversary - Ludz, Peter D.
5. 1974
6. Jan. - Mar. 1975 - Greenbaum, Joseph
7. 1975
8. Marshall Fund-1975
9. 1975-1978
10-11 1979
12. 1978-79
13. Addresses - Lists
14. Alumni
15. American-European Institute
16. Art Collection -and Exhibition Exiled French scholart in America Erotic Art
17. Board of Trustees
18. Board of Visitors
19. Budget
20. Cadoret, Michel.
21. Caribbean Cruise
22. Conference on Weimar Germany
23. Conference on the Meaning of Citizenship
24. David, Henry, Dean
25. Doctoral review
26. Endowment Fund Campaign
27. Everett, John R.
28. Faculty - Correspondence with State Department
29. Faculty 1969, 1979
30. Fund drive - University-in-Exile Fund
31. Greenbaum, Joseph
32. Heuss, Chair
33. Hosiosky, Issai
34. Invitations
35. Mayer, Albert
36. Mayer, Carl
37. Paschal Fund
38. The Philosophy Department
39. Publications (Catalogs, bibliographies, etc.)
40. Refugee assistance
41. Reifferscheidt Scholarship

Box 6

1. Rockefeller Foundation - Correspondence, 1940-1941
2. Rockefeller Foundation - Correspondence, 1942-1945
3. Rockefeller Foundation - Correspondence - Public Health
4. Rockefeller-Foundation - Letters of regret
5. Rockefeller Foundation - Cases, reports
6. Rockefeller Foundation - Monthly statements
7. Rockefeller Foundation - Markinsky
8-10 Rockefeller Foundation
11. Simons, Hans
12. Social Research
13. Students' addresses
14-17 Study Center in Community Participation
18. Study Center in Community Participation - June 23, 1955 on Education for Participation
19-21 Study Center in Community Participation
22. White, Howard B.


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Series 4: Organizations and Associations: Correspondence; publications of the groups.

Box 6 (continued)

23-24. American Council for Emigres in the Professions
25. American Council for Emigres in the Professions - J. Jefferson
26. American Council for Emigres in the Professions - Anni Gottschalk
27. American Council ... re: Alvin Johnson
28. American Council ...
29. American Council ... Stiftung Volkswagenwerk
30. American Council on Germany
31. Conference Group on German Politics
32-35. Deutsches Theater

Box 7

1. German Society of the City of New York
2. Goethe Institute
3. Institut für Zeitgeschichte
4-5. Inter Nationes
6. League for Industrial Democracy
7-8 Leo Baeck Institute
9. Marshall (Plan, Fund, Foundation)
10. Medical Research Foundation
11. Metropolitan Economic Association
12. New Democratic Club
13. Newark House
14. Selfhelp
15. Selfhelp - Schindler


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Series 5: Writings, speeches, etc.: Typescripts of articles, books, speeches, and book reviews.

Box 7 (cont'd)

16. 1935
17. Die Emanzipationsbewegungen der Jugend bis zu den terroristen
18. The Farm by the Lake
19. Die Neue Geplante Wirtshaftspolitik der Verenigten Staaten
20. On the German Organization of Coal Production and Distribution
21. Research projects
22. Shirer, William. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
23. Speech to the Graduate Faculty
24. State and Economic Systems, Part 1
25. State and Economic Systems, Part 2
26. Die Wirtschaft der Offentlichen Hand
27. Big Business
28-29. Booklists
30. (Clippings]
31. Common Market
32. Economic Forecasts
33-46 Economic Policy


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Series 6: Lectures and notes: Drafts and texts of lectures; notes; reading lists; clippings and background materials.

Box 8

1. Economic Policy - General
2. Economic Policy - Alexander Pekelis
3. Economic Policy Applied Economics Seminar
4. Economic Policy Comparative economic policies
5. Economic Policy Employment Bill of 1945
6-7 Economic Policy Employment Act of 1946
8. Economic Policy Employment Act of 1946 Analysis
9. Economic Policy - How to make comparisons
10. Economic Policy - Output of a hypothetical economy
11. Economic Policy - Price comparison
12. Economic Policy - Trade
13. Economic Policy - 1957/58 - Class material
14. Economic Policy - 1962/63
15. Economic Policy - Fall 1965
16. Economic Policy - Spring 1966 Reading lists
17. Economic Policy - 1968
18. Everett Speech
19. Multinationals speech
20. The New Border Line Between State Economy and Market Economy
21. Public Organization
22. Questions and Problems Concerning the Use of Budgetary, Short-run, and Economic

Projections and Their Adaptations

23. Social Psychology of Effective Citizenship
24. Vorlassene Forschungen
25-46 Unidentified
47. Unidentified - Letter to Neisser
48. Economic Policy - Books


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Series 7: Subjects: Individuals: Publications of individuals; photographs and correspondence. (See also "Series 2 - Correspondence" and other appropriate series for additional items of correspondence.)

Box 9

1. Arendt, Hannah
2. Bell, Daniel - Cultural Contradictions
3. Bell, Daniel
4. Bernstein, Peter
5. Brandt, Karl
6-7 Brandt, Willy
8. Braunthal, Alfred
9-10 Brecht, Arnold
11. Breslauer, George
12. Brown, Elizabeth A. R.
13. Brüning, Heinrich
14. Clague,Evan
15. Edschmid, Kasimir
16. Fetscher, Iring
17-19 Galbraith, John Kenneth
20. Gideonse, Harry
21. Greene, Murray
22. Grossman, Kurt R.
23. Gurwitsch, Aron
24. Halasi, Albert
25. Halle, Ida J.
26. Heimann, Eduard
27. Heineman, Dannie N.
28. Henle, Mary
29-31 Heuss, Theodor
32-33 Hirsch, Julius

Box 10

1-3 Hirsch, Julius
4. Hirsch, Felix
5. Holborn, Hajo
6-7 Honigsheim, Paul
8. Hula, Erich
9. Israeli, Nathan
10-11 Jonas, Hans
12. Kallen, Horace M.
13. Kaufmann, Felix
14. Koyre, Alexandre
15. Kris, Ernst
16. Landmann, Julius
17. Lederer, Emil
18. Lerner, Abba P.
19. Mackauer, Christian W.
20. Mannheim Karl
21. Melamid, Alexander
22. Menko, Dietrich
23. Neisser, Hans
24. Nelson, Benjamin
25. Ornati, Oscar A.
26. Pekelis, Alexander
27. Rabi, Isidor Isaac
28. Rogosin, I.
29-32 Rustow, Alexander

Box 11

1-5 Salmon, Albert
6. Salomon Janovsky, Hannah
7. Schiller, Karl
8. Schutz, Alfred
9. Sonne, Hans Christian
10. Speier, Hans
11. Spier, Fred S.
12. Steltzer, Theodor
13. Sternberg, Fritz
14-15 Stolper, Gustav
16. Tenbruck, Friedrich H.
17-18 Tillich, Paul
19-21 Vidich,,Arthur J.
22. Wadmond, Lowell
23. Warburg, James P.
24. Weber, Max
25. Weichmann, Herbert
26. Wertheimer, Max
27. Willkie, Wendell L.
28. Wunderlich, Frieda


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Series 8: Teaching and research materials: Pamphlets, clippings, and some correspondence on the specific topic.

Box 12

1-2 Bureaucracy
3-8 Business and Government
9-12 Common Market
13-14 The Cooper Union Centennial
15-16 Democracy
17-19 Ecology

Box 13

1-3 Ecology
4-17 Economics (General)
18-32 Economics (General) - Adolph Lowe Symposium

Box 14

1-10 Economics (General) - Adolph Lowe Symposium Heilbroner, Robert
11-15 Economic growth
16-21 Economic policies
22. Economic theory
23. Economic theory - Forecasting
24-26 Education

Box 15

1-4 Education
5. Education - Authority crisis
6-17 Education - Students
18-20 Education - University reform
21. Education - Wandervögel
22-25 Education - Youth and terror

Box 16

1. Electricity
2-4 Electricity - Kraftwerk Staudinger
5. Electricity - Preussenelektra
6-8 Electricity - Preussen Elektra
9-12 Electricity - VEBA
13. Energy - General
14-18 Energy - Coal
19-23 Energy - Oil
24. Equal employment
25. Exil als Heimat (manuscript)
26. Family
27-30 Foreign affairs (General)

Box 17

1. Foreign affairs (General)
2-6 Foreign affairs (General)
7. Foreign affairs - Africa
8. Foreign affairs - Asia
9-10 Foreign affairs - Asia - Japan
11. Foreign affairs - Canada
12-14 Foreign Affairs Europe
15. Foreign affairs - Europe - Germany
16. Foreign affairs - Europe - Netherlands
17. Foreign affairs -'Europe - Italy
18. Foreign affairs - Europe - Sweden
19. Foreign affairs - Near East
20. Foreign affairs - World federation
21-23 Foreign trade
24. Geography - Physical, Economic, Political
25-31 Germany

Box 18

1. Geography
2. Germany DDR
3-18 Germany - Economics
19-22 Germany - Politics
23-27 Germany - SPD
28. Germany - Economics, (oversized)
29. Germany - Politics (oversized)

Box 19

1. Germany - SPD
2. Germany - SPD - Socialism
3. Germany - SPD - Socialism (Correspondence with Wilhelm Hennis)
4. Germany - SPD - Socialism
5. Human rights
6. Immigration
7. Import - Export (continued)
8-13 Industry - Labor
14-20 Inflation
21. Law
22-40 Leisure time project
41. Law
42-43 Leisure time project (oversized)

Box 20

1-3 Leisure time project
4. Literature
5. Marxism
6-21 Money - Financing
22-23 Multinationals
24. Music
25. Old Age
26-28 Peace

Box 21

1-4 Philosophy
5-10 Politics
11-15 Population Growth
16. Poverty
17-21 Psychology
22-25 Religion
26. Resources

Box 22

1. Resources - Steel
2. Resources - Water
3-6 Socialism
7-8 Sociology
9. United Nations
10. Women and unsorted items

Box 23

British-North American Committee
Canadian-American Committee
National Planning Association
Population Council Annual Report - 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972
Inventory of Federal Population Research - Fiscal year 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (various1publications)
Congress of the United States. Notes from the Joint Economic Committee, March 14, 1977 to October 16, 1979
Foreign Affairs January 1977
Various publications of U. S. Govt. Print. Off.


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Series 9: Writings

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1. "Die Anderungen in der Fuhrerstellung und der Struktut des organisierten
Kapitalismus." (Festgabe für Gert von Eynern)
2. "The Co-ordination of Public and Private Power Interests in European Countries."
3. "Entwicklung und Form der Musikalisch-Geselligen Organisation."
4. "Die Erwerbslosigkeit der Jugendlichen, ihre wirtschaftlichen Folgen und deren Bekümpfung.
5. "The Future of Totalitarian Barter Trade."
6. "Germany's Population Miracle."
7. Individuum und Gemeinschaft in der Kulturorganisatin des Vereins.
8. "Ist Amerika ein Wohlfahrtstaat-" (Festschrift für Joachim Tiburtius)
9. "Leisure-Time and Free-Time Studies." (Festgabe für Alfred Weber)
10. "Modern Tendencies in Public Utilities."
11. "Die Neue Ceplante Wirtschaftspolitik der Vereingten Staaten."
12. "Neue Perspektiven aus Wirtschaft und Recht."
13. "Planning in Electricity."
14. "Social Rates in Electricity."
15. Der Staat als Unternehmer. (Typescript)
16. Der Staat als Unternehmer. (Published)
17. "Der Staat als Unternehner." in Du und der Staat.
18. State and Economic System. Lectures by Dr. Hans Staudinger. Delivered at the New School for Social Research. (Typescript)
19. "Toward a Long Range Power Policy."
20. "The United States and World Reconstruction."
21. Book review: re: Stolper, Gustav
22. New School Faculty -- Publications
Asch, Solomon E.
Ascoli, Max
Aubrey, Henry G.
Balinky, Alexander S. (galley proof)
Brecht, Arnold
Doroghi, Ervin
Feiler, Arthur (including tribute on his death)
Halasi, Albert
Hamburger, Ernest
Heidegger, Martin
Hula, Erich
Jonas, Hans - Johnson, Alvin - The Yale Review Autumn 1939, Winter 1939
Levi, Nino
Lowe, Adolph
Lachmann, Kurt
Marchak, Jakob
Modigliani, Franco
Moore, Wilbert E.
Neisser, Hans
Rios, Fernando de los
Salz, Beate
Schutz, Alfred
Speier, Hans
Sternberg, Fritz
White, Howard B.


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Series 10: Miscellaneous: Oversized items; materials removed from books; artifacts,

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1. White vase (cracked and chipped) - Lettered in gold: zur freundlichen erinnerung an die gemeinsame Arbeit im preussischen Ministerium fur Handel und Gewerbe. Herrn Staatssekretar Dr. Staudinger. 1927-1932. Dr. Ernst Schultze Cossmann Flemming Schindler Romhild Dr. Schalfejew.

2. Bronze medal on green ribbon - "Founders medal - Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research". On obverse: "Presented to Dr. Hans Staudinger/Dean Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Economics/Fortieth Anniversary convocation of the Graduate Faculty/New York City/September 25, 1973".

3. United States passport number D1441318, issued to Dr. Hans Staudinger, June 4, 1973. (Contains photograph of Dr. Staudinger).

4. United States Certificate of Naturalization No. 4776622, petition no. 351696, issued at the U. S. District Court, New York City, September 26, 1940. (Contains photograph of Dr. Staudinger).

5. Cross on red ribbon in blue box.

6. Blue box 5 ribbons (2 black and white; 2 gray and red; 1 black, white, and red)
2 black crosses, W1914 (one on black and white ribbon)
1 black cross (Für krieges - hilfsdienst),
l small red cross on ribbon and tie-tac. (on back of tie-tack: Steinhauer & Luck, Lüdenscheid)
1 small red cross on ribbon and tie-tac
1 oval metal disk on red, black and yellow cord. Inscribed: Lt. D. Res.
D. (-). H. W. Staudinger. Heidelberg. Unter-Fauler-Pelz. No. 2.
16.8.89 J.R.III J.R.III Kriegsranclistten 199.
1 blue envelope labeled Tapferkeits-Medaille. (with handwritten note added)

7. Citation (framed): Citation presentation of Graduate Faculty Founders Medal to Dr. Hans Staudinger... September 25, 1973.

8. Piece of embossed leather.

9. Envelope with handwritten note: I gave the honor crosses of the Republic of HST [Hans Staudinger] to my nephew Mark Staudinger. Could you send him or me copies of certificates. Here my (-) & World War I of my fathers decorations.

10. Biographical documents (Heidelberg, Darmstadt, Munich)

11. Staudinger, Hans. Christmas letter 1964

12. Neuaufbau der Absatzwerbung, Oktobe 1933
13. Leo Baeck Institute - W. Laqueur - The first news of the Holocaust
14. Staudinger, Else - Passport application, etc.
15. Staudinger, Else - Dissertation
16. German articles
17. Alvin Johnson - photograph
18. Dampfkraftwerk "Staudinger"
19. Photo-album: Grundsteinlegung Dampfkraftwerk "Staudinger" am 26. Juni 1963
20. Photo-album: Grosskrotzenburg am Main, den 16. September 1965
21. Photo-album: Aktiengesellschaft Obere Saale/Weimar
22. Address book
23. Darmstadt in alten Unsichten
24. box of bookplates

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1-5 (Materials found inside Staudinger books]
6. Doctorate - Heidelberg - 1963
7. Broadside re Foundation, by Alvin Johnson
8. Staudinger, Else - Miscellaneous
9. Photograph - Alvin Johnson and -
10. Galley proofs: "Public Utilities under Democratic Government";."Die
Üderungen in der Fuhrerstellung und der Struktur des organisieriten Kapitalismus"; "Germany's Population Miracle".

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Duplicates


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