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dc.contributor.authorLasker, Eduard
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dc.date.created2017-02-28 01:57
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dc.identifierAR 1195
dc.identifierMF 41
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dc.description.abstractWill, obituaries, and membership cards of Lasker for various organizations as well as for the Reichstag of the North German Confederation and the German Empire, and for the Nationalverein; transcripts of some of his speeches; draft of a constitution of the North German Confederation with marginal comments by Lasker; and correspondence, including letters from Bernhard von Buelow, Otto von Bismarck, and liberal colleagues in Parliament.
dc.description.abstractPhotos of Reichstag members, election pamphlets, visiting cards of fellow politicians, clippings about Lasker, and obituaries.
dc.description.abstractMF 41(7): Article by Hugo Feldenfeld, published in Der Zeitgeist on January 4, 1909: Lasker und Bismarck.
dc.description.abstractFolder 1: Persoenliches
dc.description.abstractFolder 2: Politische Taetigkeit
dc.description.abstractFolder 3: Ausweise und Mitgliedskarten, Visitenkarten, Fotos
dc.description.abstractAddenda: 2 letters by Eduard Lasker
dc.description.abstractOVERSIZED MATERIAL:
dc.description.abstract[OS 38]: AR 2967, # 4: US Congressional Resolution, Jan 9, 1884, regretting Lasker's death; AR 1196: # II.5: "Waehler von Stadt und Land", 2p.; AR 1196: # II.4: "Lasker's Rechenschaftsbericht"; AR 1196, # 1: Entwurf der Verfassung des Norddeutschen Bundes, 1867, several parts; p. 9-16 are missing.
dc.description.abstractWill, obituaries, and membership cards of Lasker for various organizations as well as for the Reichstag of the North German Confederation and the German Empire, and for the Nationalverein; transcripts of some of his speeches; draft of a constitution of the North German Confederation with marginal comments by Lasker; and correspondence, including letters from Bernhard von Buelow, Otto von Bismarck, and liberal colleagues in Parliament.
dc.description.abstractPhotos of Reichstag members, election pamphlets, visiting cards of fellow politicians, clippings about Lasker, and obituaries.
dc.description.abstractMF 41(7): Article by Hugo Feldenfeld, published in Der Zeitgeist on January 4, 1909: Lasker und Bismarck.
dc.description.abstractBorn in Jarotschin (now Jarocin, Poland) on October 14, 1829, Eduard Lasker studied law in Breslau and participated in the revolution of 1848. He became an associate judge in Berlin in 1856, a member of the Prussian Landtag in 1865, and, in 1870, of the Reichstag. One of Germany's leading liberal politicians, his early support for Bismarck changed to increasingly vehement opposition. He remained active in Jewish affairs, and while in the Prussian Landtag, he was the sponsor of legislation allowing the ultra-Orthodox to secede from the Jewish community and form their own congregations. He died in New York City on January 5, 1884.
dc.description.abstract12-page inventory.
dc.description.abstractPhotographs removed to Photograph Collection
dc.description.abstractSee also MF 183: Manuscript by Veit Valentin: Eduard Lasker or the Tragedy of German Liberalism (586p)
dc.description.abstractMARC2EAD PILOT INGEST BATCH 2
dc.format.medium0.75 linear feet (2 boxes).
dc.languageGerman
dc.languageEnglish
dc.titleEduard Lasker Collection 1856-1971
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