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Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven papers, Series II, Box 1, Folder 29: Schmitz, Richard -- (contains drafts of: October (Herbst Zu Tod); October II; Gottriese; Walküren; Von Tagen und Nächten; Jorkan (Werbung), circa 1923

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Summary:This series consists of letters and drafts of letters, most of them written by the Baroness. Virtually all of the letters dated before 1923 were written in the United States. Later letters date from the time the Baroness was living in Europe between 1923 and 1927. It also contains a few drawings and sketches that might have been made by her or by artists for whom she modeled. Drawings appear on the versos of correspondence with Sarah Freedman and Peggy Guggenheim. The series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. There are no digital surrogates of the following materials in Series 2: correspondence by others written to the Baroness and drawings and sketches on the backs of the Freedman and Guggenheim correspondence. Researchers must consult the original manuscripts in order to gain access to them. For complete collection information, visit the full finding aid at Digitized from the microfilm edition of the papers of the Baroness; select items digitized in color from originals. There are no digital surrogates of the drawings and sketches on the backs manuscripts, drafts, and notes. Researchers must consult the original manuscripts in order to gain access to them.
Creator:Freytag-Loringhoven, Elsa von, 1874-1927
Place of origin – Continent:Europe
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Temporal subject: 1911-1920
Topical subjects:Dadaism -- History -- Sources
Freytag-Loringhoven, Elsa von, 1874-1927 -- Archives
Modernism (Literature)
ArchivesUM location:Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven papers
  • series 2
  • box 1
  • folder 29
Repository:Literary Manuscripts
Browse terms:Literature, Print Culture
Women's Studies
Collection:Digital Collections
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