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Correspondence with relatives, and relating to family history, A-K, 1940-2007

MS. Braun 122
Held in our offsite storage facility

Thomas Braun's correspondence with relatives and friends of the Braun family, often regarding family history. Also includes related material like press cuttings, photographs, biographical notes, and personal announcements.

  1. Folder 1: Correspondence, A. Johanna ('Hanne') Angel née Lehmann, 1982-1985; Renate Ardila née Weber, 1973-1982. (= closed)
  2. Folder 2: Correspondence, B-G. Gerhard Braun, Anneliese Braun née Finster ('Pummel') and Ruth Braun, 1940-1998; Bernhild Brosemann née Thämer, 2007; Hans Busse, 1972; Bernhard Citron (including a copy of typescript 'The Revd Dr Carl Bernhard Citron 1905-78. Recollections - an unfinished manuscript.' and newspaper cuttings relating to Bernhard Citron, 1976-1979; Hildegarde Dehmel-Monteillet (regarding Friedrich Franz Friedmann), 1965-2002; Leonore Diment née Heermann, 1944-2005; Bernt Engelmann, 1974 and 1998; Irmgard and Wilhelm Feick, 1959-1990, and Rodolfo Feick, 1999; George A Griesbach, 1975-1982. (= closed)
  3. Folder 3: Correspondence, H. Josephine Heermann née Lehfeldt ('Tante Finchen'), 1948-1951; Marianne Heinrich née Heermann and Irene McCulloch née Heinrich, 1950-1998; Wolfgang Höfl, 1972-1981, including travelogues by Wolfgang Höfl; Johann Hoefl, 1990-1991; Nicholas Hope (regarding his father Heinrich Hopf and maternal grandfather Heinz Häberlein), c. 2005; Andrew Hoellering (also regarding his parents Georg Hoellering and Dora Hoellering née Lehmann), 1996-1997. (= closed)
  4. Folder 4: J-K. Joan Jarosy, regarding Ivo Jarosy and the sale of the Lehmann autograph collection, 1996-1999; Robert M.W. Kempner, 1986-1988; with and about Albrecht Krause, 1972-2005, including an obituary for Albrecht Krause by Thomas Braun published in Postmaster & the Merton Record, 2005, pp 131-132. (= closed)


  • Creation: 1940-2007


1 box (4 folders)

Language of Materials

  • German
  • English
  • French

English; with use of French

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MS. Braun 122