Skip to main content Skip to search Skip to search results

Unspecified HUGFP 93.55 Box 1

 Container

Contains 74 Collections and/or Records:

West façade of University Hall, Harvard University, 1950

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (22)
Description: Harvard University News Office photograph.

Lowell House bell tower, Harvard University, 1950

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (23)
Description: Harvard University News Office photograph.

Henry B. Washburn [left] and John T. Williams, 1950

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (24)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

G. P. Berry, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (25)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Unidentified man sitting at desk looking through file folder, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (26)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Widener Library, Harvard University, front view, 1950

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (28)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Kruiswegstatie, 1934-1939

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (1)
Description: Photographic reproductions of murals depicting the Stations of the Cross at Huize St. Anna in Nijmegen, Holland. The text is in Dutch and may date to Brüning's time in Holland after fleeing from Nazi Germany. Numbered 1-14.

Heinrich Brüning photograph album, 1890- 1955

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (2)
Description: Album of photographic prints and postcards compiled by Heinrich Brüning, or possibly his personal secretary Claire Nix, mostly documenting his family and places where he lived or visited. Includes Brüning’s home in Münster, Münster Cathedral, Prinzipalmarkt, and other views of the city. Also pictured are Cologne, Berlin, and Silesia in Germany, with some images showing buildings damaged or later destroyed in World War II; Alhambra; and Brüning’s residence in London when he was in exile....

University Lutheran Church, Harvard Square, winter view, 1951?

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (31)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Unidentified woman, head-and-sholders portrait, facing front, 1896

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (4)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....