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COLLECTION Identifier: MS Ger 108.2-108.3

Heinrich Heine miscellaneous papers

Overview

Letters and compositions by the German poet Heinrich Heine.

Dates

  • 1823-1855

Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.

Extent

.3 linear feet (1 folder in 1 box)

Includes letters written by Heine to various correspondents, as well as several manuscripts of Heine's literary works, including a draft bibliography.

Biographical / Historical

Heine was a German poet.

Arrangement

Organized in the following series:

  1. I. MS Ger 108.2: Letters to the Heine family
  2. II. MS Ger 108.3: Letters to various correspondents
  3. III. MS Ger 108.3: Compositions

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Received from various sources at various times.

Bibliography

References in the notes include: Heinrich Heines briefwechsel, ed. Friedrich Hirth. München-Berlin: G. Müller, 1914-1920. 3 vols.
  • Heinrich Heines briefwechsel, ed. Friedrich Hirth. München-Berlin: G.Müller, 1914-1920. 3 vols.

Processing Information

Shelved with MS Ger 108.4-108.8.

Title
Heine, Heinrich 1797-1856. Heinrich Heine miscellaneous papers, 1823-1855: Guide.
Author
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
Language of description
und
EAD ID
hou01119

Repository Details

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