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INVENTORY OF THE ELISABETH JASTROW PAPERS, 1870-1971
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Series I.  Correspondence, 1911-1967, bulk 1934-1962

Physical Description: 4.8 linear feet 12 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains circa 3400 letters and related items, including telegrams, postcards, notes, greeting cards, photographs and drawings, exchanged with circa 480 correspondents. Although items received by Jastrow form the bulk of the material, her side of the correspondence is also well represented by drafts and copies of her outgoing letters.
Found here is a wide range of correspondents, both professional and personal: her archaeological colleagues, an assortment of German émigrés in various academic fields, students and fellow professors from Greensboro, as well as Jastrow's family and longtime friends. The professional correspondence centers on Jastrow's research on arulae and demonstrates her ties within the archaeological community. The personal letters provide a glimpse of Jastrow's conflicted feelings over her new life in America. They document her attempts to obtain a better teaching position, her financial struggles to fund her research and standard of living and her feelings of intellectual isolation in Greensboro. They also reveal the extent to which Jastrow frequently turned to the resources of New York City for the personal details of her life, from medical care to shopping.
The correspondence in this series is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and then chronologically. Letters received from and sent to unidentified correspondents are placed at the end of the series, as are isolated invitations and announcements received by Jastrow. A brief description of the general nature of the exchange is included for each correspondent, with the exception of those in which the handwriting is illegible. Correspondence relating to Jastrow's restitution claims after the war is found below in Series V.
Box 1, Folder 1

Adler, Mr., 1955 May 9

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Ordering a book for a German class.
Box 1, Folder 2

Aiken, Clarissa, 1940 Aug 4

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Offer of an apartment in Cambridge, MA.
Box 1, Folder 3

Alexander, Paul and Lene [?], undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 1, Folder 4

Alföldi, Andreas, 1938 Jan 30

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding coinage of Claudius II.
Box 1, Folder 5

Alford, John, 1938 Nov 15

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to hear that she will be in Toronto in the near future; also includes Jastrow's lists of faculty in related departments at the University of Toronto.
Box 1, Folder 6

Amelung, Walther, 1925

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow
Box 1, Folder 7

American Association of University Professors, 1942

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding her application for membership.
Box 1, Folder 8

American Association of University Women, 1933-1957, 1962-1963, undated

Physical Description: 44 items: 32 items to Jastrow, 12 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with both the national office and local chapters of the AAUW concerning her fellowship and her attendance at various AAUW events.
Box 1, Folder 9

American Committee for Emigré Scholars, Writers and Artists [Else Staudinger], 1954 Apr 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Staudinger apologizes for having been curt on the telephone.
Box 1, Folder 10

American Federation of Arts, 1946 Sep 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Questionnaire for Who's Who in American Art. Jastrow's notation on envelope indicates that she did not reply due to her birth date.
Box 1, Folder 11

American Friends of Greece, 1942-1946

Physical Description: 7 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Replies to Jastrow's specific inquiries, as well as general form letters regarding the association's activities.
Box 1, Folder 12

American Friends Service Committee, 1954-1965

Physical Description: 6 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanking her for contributions.
Box 1, Folder 13

American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, 1964 Apr 11

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to a reception at the Hellenic Center.
Box 1, Folder 14

Anthon, Carl, 1961

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding recent move to Washington, D.C.; postcard from Anthon's children.
Box 1, Folder 15

Archaeological Institute of America, 1941

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding her submission of a paper for the annual meeting.
Box 1, Folder 16

Arias, Paolo Enrico, 1934, 1944

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's requests for information and photographs of arulae in Syracuse; Arias happy to be in contact again, remembers time together in Syracuse, update on career and family.
Box 1, Folder 17

Armfield, Jane, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards.
Box 1, Folder 18

Arndt, Paul, 1915 Oct 11

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding reliefs in Trieste.
Box 1, Folder 19

Arner, Charlotte Hahn Edwards, 1954-1965, undated

Physical Description: 63 items: 43 items to Jastrow, 20 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Family correspondence with Jastrow's niece, Charlotte, her first husband Harvey Edwards and her second husband Robert Arner; includes gallery pamphlets and photographs.
Box 1, Folder 20

Aron, Martha, 1911, 1934-1939

Physical Description: 7 items to Jastrow
Box 1, Folder 21

B. Altman & Co., 1957 Jun 17

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Ordering a garter belt.
Box 1, Folder 22

Bachman, Mr. and Mrs., undated

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on death of Jastrow's aunt, Helen Bachman Jastrow.
Box 1, Folder 23

Bacon, Helen, 1952-1954

Physical Description: 7 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correpondence focuses on Bacon's experience as a member of the American School of Classical Studies in Athens.
Box 1, Folder 24

Barchenger, Bill, 1954-1957, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings from Finland and California. See also Box 1, f. 27.
Box 1, Folder 25

Bardolph, Richard and Dorothy, 1952-1965

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with former colleague, includes letter of condolence on the death of the Bardolphs' daughter.
Box 1, Folder 26

Barker, Walter W., 1949 Nov

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Barker arranging private tutoring in Italian from Jastrow and requesting letter to this effect for inclusion in a Fulbright application.
Box 1, Folder 27

Barksdale, Susan, 1961-1964, undated

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card from the Barksdales, includes draft of Jastrow's reply; letter regarding Jastrow extending a stay in New York, also has draft of letter to Barchenger, who was covering her classes.
Box 1, Folder 28

Barnes, Hazel, 1942-1952

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Update on Barnes' dissertation and work.
Box 1, Folder 29

Batchker, Arlene, 1949-1953

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sorry for not being in touch, hopes to see Jastrow in New York; postcard from Italy.
Box 1, Folder 30

Baum, Ernst, 1940-1964

Physical Description: 39 items: 29 items to Jastrow, 10 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with her cousin (?) in Brussels; letters from just after the war focus on the fate of family and friends.
Box 1, Folder 31

Baylay, A.M. [May], 1945-1946

Physical Description: 7 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with the companion of Jastrow's aunt, Henrietta Jastrow; includes condolences on the death of Baylay's mother and concern over her aunt's health and post-war conditions, as well as a letter to Jastrow's sister.
Box 1, Folder 32

Beazley, J. D., 1930-1946

Physical Description: 7 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Beazley thanks Jastrow for the offprint, wants to apply her methodology to head vases; Beazley offers condolences on her mother's death, thanks her for information on a Campanian hydria, and asks whether she might be interested in publishing her work on arulae in a new series from the Clarendon Press.
Box 1, Folder 33

Beer, Margrieta, 1933 Sep

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Beer suggests Jastrow apply to the Council of Academic Assistance.
Box 1, Folder 34

Béhague, Martine-Marie-Pol de, 1938 Mar 31

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks her for the photographs of the arula in her collection.
Box 1, Folder 35

Benjamin, Max P., 1939 Jul 24

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on her non-quota immigration; how did she do it?
Box 1, Folder 36

Berenberg-Lepsius, Monica, 1916, 1949-1961

Physical Description: 9 items: 7 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Renewed correspondence after the war with friend from her youth; includes letter of condolence to Berenberg's husband at her death.
Box 1, Folder 37

Berger, Peter, 1958 Oct 4

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Has now settled in Hartford, would like to stay in touch.
Box 1, Folder 38

Bernabò Brea, Luigi, 1963-1964

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Bernabò Brea will facilitate access to Megara Hyblaea; Jastrow thanks him for his assistance and hospitality at Syracuse.
Box 1, Folder 39

Bernheim, George and Alice, 1944, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Two letters regarding shipment of books from the estate of Jastrow's cousin, Charles Mendelsohn; letter of introduction for Jastrow to Margaret Helbrun.
Box 1, Folder 40

Berwin, Beate, 1942, 1953

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Trying to arrange to see one another.
Box 1, Folder 41

Besano, Silvia, 1953 Dec 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Former student reports on her studies in Italy and her upcoming wedding.
Box 1, Folder 42

Bieber, Margarete, 1938-1954

Physical Description: 33 items: 26 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence reflects continued mentoring relationship with Bieber trying to help Jastrow with visas, lectures and employment, as well as discussing publications, news of colleagues, family, finances and teaching.
Box 1, Folder 43

Bing, Gertrud, 1938, 1961

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Bing reports on move to London; good to see each other again after so long.
Box 1, Folder 44

Binswanger-Lilienthal, Otti, 1934, undated

Physical Description: 5 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding the Villa Stellamare at Rapallo in Italy.
Box 2, Folder 1

Blair, Martha, 1946

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letter from former student about to move to Germany; postcard from Blair's mother giving new address in Paris.
Box 2, Folder 2

Bloch, Herbert, 1941-1948, undated

Physical Description: 18 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of family, mutual friends, teaching and research.
Box 2, Folder 3

Bloch, Horst Erwin [Willi], 1939 Mar 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letter describing travel from Berlin and internment in camp in Rotterdam.
Box 2, Folder 4

Bluethenthal, Herbert and Janet, 1942-1953, undated

Physical Description: 33 items: 18 items to Jastrow, 15 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with family friends: early letters from Janet are addressed to both Jastrow and her mother; much of the correspondence with Herbert relates to his role as executor of the estate of Jastrow's aunt, Esther Mendelsohn.
Box 2, Folder 5

Boehringer, Erich, 1939, 1954

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news of friends and research; has to postpone trip to the United States.
Box 2, Folder 6

Boëthius, Axel and Majlen, 1934-1956, undated

Physical Description: 12 items: 10 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Professional and personal correspondence, includes discussion of the Swedish Institute publishing Jastrow's work.
Box 2, Folder 7

Bonitz, John and Barbara, 1963, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards.
Box 2, Folder 8

Borghese del Vivaro, Maria, 1937-1939

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks Borghese for sending the specially fired terracottas to Rome; Borghese thanks Jastrow for offprint.
Box 2, Folder 9

Bradford, Sarah, 1958-1959

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Former student reports on graduate school.
Box 2, Folder 10

Brandt, Carolyn, 1949-1953, undated

Physical Description: 6 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with former student, who was the wife of painter Warren Brandt. Brandt suggests other schools where Jastrow might try to teach and discusses her husband's career; includes Jastrow's recommendation for a grant application.
Box 2, Folder 11

Braun-Vogelstein, Julie, 1938-1940, 1965

Physical Description: 9 items: 7 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks Braun-Vogelstein for her book and replies to inquiries about family, friends and work. Braun-Vogelstein side of correspondence illegible.
Box 2, Folder 12

Breisacher, Ernst and Lisa, 1961-1962

Physical Description: 8 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of family and research, includes letter from their daughter Renata thanking Jastrow for a wedding present.
Box 2, Folder 13

Brendel, Otto and Maria, 1940-1961, undated

Physical Description: 12 items: 10 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of family, work and colleagues.
Box 2, Folder 14

Brent, Hattie, 1939-1954

Physical Description: 15 items: 11 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with nurse and companion to Jastrow's aunt, Esther Mendelsohn, primarily concerned with the disposition of her estate. Includes letter to Brent from Joseph Jastrow relating to Mendelsohn's death.
Box 2, Folder 15

Brieger, Peter, 1938-1956

Physical Description: 6 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow contacts Brieger, an acquaintance from Rome and Marburg, and asks to be invited to give a lecture in Toronto, which would facilitate her visa process; Brieger working on it; Christmas greeting.
Box 2, Folder 16-18

Brinckmann, Elsa, 1934-1956, 1961-1965, undated

Physical Description: 146 items: 93 items to Jastrow, 53 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Extensive long-term correspondence with news of family, friends, Jastrow's health and work; includes two letters from A. Barbetti in Milan and a 1914 letter from Friedrich Gundolf sent as an enclosure. See also Series V for correspondence regarding Brinckmann's role in helping Jastrow export her belongings.
Box 2, Folder 19

Briscese, Rocco, 1937 Mar 25

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding an arula in his private collection in Venosa, includes photograph and drawing.
Box 2, Folder 20

Brown, Frank E., 1956

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow asks to see the arulae from his excavations at Cosa; Brown accepts invitation to come to her home after his lecture. Also includes list of guests for party after Brown's lecture.
Box 2, Folder 21

Brusin, Giovanni, 1934-1936

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow asks for information on arulae in the museums at Aquileia and Udine; Brusin refers her to Carlo Someda de Marco at Udine.
Box 3, Folder 1

Budde, Ottilie, 1934-1938

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on fellowship, news of family.
Box 3, Folder 2

Burchard, Hans and Irene, 1950, 1962

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Personal correspondence: Burchards write from Berlin; letter of condolence to Irene sent by Jastrow at Hans' death. For professional correspondence relating to Burchard's representation of Jastrow in restitution claims, see Series V.
Box 3, Folder 3

Burwell, Olivia, 1953 Apr 23

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Offering back issues of Archaeology magazine to the Greensboro Public Library.
Box 3, Folder 4

Bush, May, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 3, Folder 5

Business and Professional Women's Club of Boston, 1939-1940

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to dinner; Jastrow apologizes for missing the event, she was out of town.
Box 3, Folder 6

Cahn, Leni, 1938

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Cahn encloses the requested recommendations; why does Jastrow need them so urgently?
Box 3, Folder 7

Cambridge University Storage Warehouse Company, 1944

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding the removal of boxes containing Jastrow's sculpting materials and furniture from storage and their shipment.
Box 3, Folder 8

Canaday, Doreen [Doreen Canaday Spitzer], undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Enjoyed seeing Jastrow in Cambridge.
Box 3, Folder 9

Cannon, Cordelia Penn, 1956 Oct 24

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for the reception after Frank Brown's lecture.
Box 3, Folder 10

Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation, Inc., 1943 Nov 22

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Does Jastrow want to renew the gift subscriptions of The American-German Review she gave last year? Response written on letter, negative.
Box 3, Folder 11

Caskey, Lacey D. and Mary, 1931-1945

Physical Description: 7 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Caskey responds to letter written by Jacobsthal on Jastrow's behalf, inquiring about arulae in Boston; news of Harland's plans, letter of condolence, general greetings.
Box 3, Folder 12

Chagaris, Mrs. Peter, undated

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letter of condolence.
Box 3, Folder 13

Charles, Amy, 1964

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Postcards from trip to England; Christmas card.
Box 3, Folder 14

Clairmont, Christoph and Victorine, 1953-1964, undated

Physical Description: 30 items: 17 items to Jastrow, 13 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence regarding friends, work and travel.
Box 3, Folder 15

Clark, Mary Scott, 1942-1944

Physical Description: 5 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news from a former student, includes condolences on the death of Jastrow's mother.
Box 3, Folder 16

Cobb, Myrtle D., 1957

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sending card that she meant to send from Italy.
Box 3, Folder 17

Collings, Dr., 1953 Mar 28

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Wants to contribute to unspecified expenses.
Box 3, Folder 18

Comité international pour le placement des intellectuels réfugiés, 1934 Jul 3

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Apologizes for the delay, but can not give any advice on how to send the money.
Box 3, Folder 19

Cone, Elaine, 1957 Mar

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letter of condolence from Jastrow and card in reply.
Box 3, Folder 20

Cone, Laura, 1940-1950, undated

Physical Description: 19 items: 9 items to Jastrow, 10 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Early correspondence concerns Jastrow's arrival in Greensboro: Cone pleased that Jastrow was hired, gives advice on getting settled and dealing with various people, also inquires about sculpture commission. Jastrow repeatedly expresses her thanks for Cone's support. Also includes letter from Cone's daughter (?), Frances.
Box 3, Folder 21

Couch, Mr., 1961 Aug 26

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends telephone number, they should get together.
Box 3, Folder 22

Council-Sisterhood [National Council of Jewish Women], 1941 Oct 21

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to luncheon meeting; in reply written on back of letter, Jastrow sends her regrets.
Box 3, Folder 23

Courtney, Mr., 1955 Jan 24

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sorry not to have called the last time she was in New York, will be there in a few days and will try to call.
Box 3, Folder 24

Cowling, Elizabeth, 1964 Dec

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 3, Folder 25

Crous, Jan Willem, 1939-1940

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 3, Folder 26

Cumont, Franz, 1938

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Cumont responds to query from Jastrow, especially concerning a passage in Plutarch.
Box 3, Folder 27

Curelly, C. T., 1939 Feb 3

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow has been sick and can't leave the country due to visa restrictions, so can not return to Toronto to finish Curelly's portrait; could he please return her two boxes of sculpting materials.
Box 3, Folder 28

Curtius, Ludwig, 1939-1950

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Curtius thanks Jastrow for offprint; Jastrow sends letter of condolence; also included here is the death notice of Curtius' daughter.
Box 3, Folder 29

Dalton, Betty, 1944

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow inquires about job opening at Cornell; Dalton replies that she just found her mislaid letter, has information on the job, come and stay for the holidays.
Box 3, Folder 30

Darsow, Wolfgang, 1935 Dec 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Writing to Jastrow with questions about arulae excavated at Gela and now in Palermo.
Box 3, Folder 31

Davis, Helen, 1956-1962, undated

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with her landlord regarding repairs and rent.
Box 3, Folder 32

De Franciscis, Alfonso, 1956-1957, undated

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding information and photograph requests for arulae in the museum at Reggio di Calabria; thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 3, Folder 33

Deneke, Gertie, 1938-1939

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Deneke sends copy of letter sent to Metzner Verlag regarding the publication of Jastrow's work and set of specifications; apologizes that she could not do more for Jastrow before leaving for London.
Box 3, Folder 34

Diepolder, Hans, 1925, 1964

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Diepolder sends requested information and photographs regarding arula in Rome; Jastrow inquires about Buschor publications, general news; Diepolder sorry not to have sent the books.
Box 3, Folder 35

Dohan, Edith Hall, undated

Physical Description: 6 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of family and work; Dohan will try to think of who to ask to review Jastrow's article.
Box 3, Folder 36

Dorner, Alexander, 1940

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow asks to meet Dorner when she is in Providence; he agrees.
Box 3, Folder 37

Douglas, Virginia, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards.
Box 3, Folder 38

Draper, Bernice, 1962-1963, undated

Physical Description: 8 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of fellow faculty members; condolences on the death of Draper's father.
Box 3, Folder 39

Duhn, Friedrich Karl von, 1916

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's dissertation.
Box 3, Folder 40

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library, 1942

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Dumbarton Oaks agrees to loan a book needed by Jastrow; Jastrow inquires about reproductions of Byzantine art; welcome for Jastrow's upcoming visit to Washington.
Box 4, Folder 1

Edelstein, Ludwig, 1957 Mar 2

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks Edelstein for sending copy of his work on Erich Frank.
Box 4, Folder 2

Edith Lances Salon, 1965 Dec 17

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Brassiere is ready, please send a check.
Box 4, Folder 3

Elia, Olga, 1935-1939

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends information on an arula in Naples (?); sends her thanks for the offprint.
Box 4, Folder 4

Emergency Committee in Aid of Displaced Foreign Scholars, 1941-1943

Physical Description: 6 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Professor Lehmann-Hartleben suggested that Jastrow contact them; sending resume and list of possible references.
Box 4, Folder 5

Engel, William, 1955

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Concerning the repair of two watches.
Box 4, Folder 6

England, Kathryn, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 4, Folder 7

Essen, A. [?] van, 1936 Aug 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending requested notes on arulae from various sites in southern Italy.
Box 4, Folder 8

Estes, Lowell, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends address of Bernard Cohen; he and Hazel Virginia would be happy to see Jastrow in Boston.
Box 4, Folder 9

Falk, Rosi, 1949

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Arrangements for delivery of sheets sent by Elsa Brinckmann.
Box 4, Folder 10

Fehl, Mrs. Philipp, 1965, undated

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Received no telephone call, did she misunderstand; thank you for the roses.
Box 4, Folder 11

Flesch, Leni, 1948-1965

Physical Description: 18 items: 16 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Early letters focus on the experience of the war years and thank Jastrow for her relief packages. Includes letter from Dora Lipschiz (?) reporting on Flesch's state after the war, as well as death notices for Flesch, letter from Flesch's brother, Jacob, informing Jastrow of her death and drafts of condolence letter.
Box 4, Folder 12

Flexner, Abraham, 1933-1934

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow writes requesting assistance for Hans Simmel; Flexner replies that he cannot help.
Box 4, Folder 13

Folly Cove Inn, 1961

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Group letters to Jastrow from fellow vacationers after her departure.
Box 4, Folder 14

Forchheimer, Estelle, 1944 Jan 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding books on English language learning.
Box 4, Folder 15

Foss, Martin and Hilde, 1945-1955, undated

Physical Description: 21 items: 20 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of family, work and health.
Box 4, Folder 16

Fränkel, Hermann, 1939-1940

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint and for a card.
Box 4, Folder 17

Frazier, Robert and Florence, 1955-1956, undated

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards and brief letters of thanks.
Box 4, Folder 18

Freudenberg, Elsa, 1934 Mar 8

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Will be in Val Gardena until the end of the month, does Jastrow want to come visit? Situation in Germany not getting better. See also Box 9, f. 12.
Box 4, Folder 19

Freund, Elizabeth, 1943-1965, undated

Physical Description: 29 items: 20 items to Jastrow, 9 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

The initial letter of the correspondence is addressed to Jastrow's mother, Anna, and bears the news that Freund is getting a visa to leave Cuba and enter the United States. Correspondence continues with Elisabeth with general discussion of family, health, finances, travels and work.
Box 4, Folder 20

Friday afternoon club, 1941-1963

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitations, programs, thanks for contribution.
Box 4, Folder 21

Friedlander, Marc, 1945, 1961

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on citizenship; postcard from Greece.
Box 4, Folder 22

Friis Johansen, K., 1925 Sep 29

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending information and a photograph of the arula in Copenhagen.
Box 4, Folder 23

Fuchs, Martin, 1955 Jan 5

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Very sorry to learn of Hilde's death.
Box 4, Folder 24

Fuchs, Werner, 1962

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow is returning the Kübler offprint.
Box 4, Folder 25

Gaebler, H., 1925 Jan 12

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the loan of photographs, thinks that she will agree with his interpretation of the terracotta.
Box 4, Folder 26

Galli, Edoardo, 1931-1935

Physical Description: 10 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding information and photography of arulae in the museum in Reggio; also includes copy of letter from Jacobsthal to Galli written on Jastrow's behalf and Galli's reply.
Box 4, Folder 27

Gans, Edward, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 4, Folder 28

Gatewood, Maud, 1957

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Former student thanks Jastrow for recommendation.
Box 4, Folder 29

Gay, Parker, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the translation.
Box 4, Folder 30

Gebauer, Kurt, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending requested information on an altar from the Kerameikos.
Box 4, Folder 31

George, Dimitra, 1947

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Former student sorry not to have been in contact, wants to go to graduate school.
Box 4, Folder 32

Gerkan, Armin von, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas greeting.
Box 4, Folder 33

Geroulanos, D., 1964

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 4, Folder 34

Geroulanos, Ioannes, 1962-1964

Physical Description: 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings.
Box 4, Folder 35

Geroulanos, Marinos, 1955, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow
Box 4, Folder 36

Gilmore, Mrs., 1955 Aug 15

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of Dr. Gilmore, Jastrow's physician.
Box 4, Folder 37

Gjerstad, Einar, 1938

Physical Description: 18 items: 10 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow, 1 receipt

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the Swedish Institute's publication of her article, "Abformung und Typenwandel in der antiken Tonplastik."
Box 4, Folder 38

Gnecco family, 1960-1964, undated

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas greetings.
Box 4, Folder 39

Goetze, Albrecht and Frida, 1937-1961

Physical Description: 22 items: 19 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence begins with condolences on the death of Jastrow's father and continues with discussion of health, work and mutual colleagues.
Box 4, Folder 40

Goldman, Hettie, undated

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks Goldman for her financial support.
Box 4, Folder 41

Goodman, Katharine Sturgis, 1940-1951, undated

Physical Description: 14 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Trying to arrange a vacation home for friends of Jastrow; condolences on the death of Jastrow's mother; general news.
Box 4, Folder 42

Götze, Heinz, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding arulae in Berlin.
Box 4, Folder 43

Graham, Walter, 1953

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Graham sends information and photograph of terracotta figurine in the Royal Ontario Museum.
Box 4, Folder 44

Graham, Dr., 1953 Jan 7

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requests an appointment to discuss a German professor of archaeology traveling in the United States.
Box 4, Folder 45

Greek War Relief Association, 1943-1946

Physical Description: 14 items: 8 items to Jastrow, 6 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and declaration forms regarding general donations and those earmarked specifically for the Karouzous; request from Jastrow regarding loan items for an exhibit of Greek textiles and embroidery.
Box 4, Folder 46

Greensboro Evening College, 1954 May

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the possibility of Jastrow teaching art or German classes.
Box 4, Folder 47

Greensboro News, 1955 Jul 18

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow places an advertisement seeking an apartment to rent.
Box 4, Folder 48

Guarducci, Margherita, 1934-1940

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Guarducci is concerned about Jastrow's situation and sends news of her own research; thanks Jastrow for the offprint, had heard Jastrow was well through mutual friends.
Box 4, Folder 49

Guiney, Mortimer and Louise, 1961, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card and greetings from stay in Switzerland.
Box 4, Folder 50

Gullander, Magnhilde, 1945-1964

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news; Christmas cards.
Box 4, Folder 51

Gütschow, Margarete, 1934-1939, undated

Physical Description: 18 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence reflecting political issues, family, work, health and colleagues; includes letter of introduction from Gütschow to Dr. Heidrich.
Box 5, Folder 1

Hadas, Moses, 1950

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to have had news of Jastrow and sends greetings.
Box 5, Folder 2

Hahland, Walter, 1932 Nov 29

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Inquiry about altar forms and news of Langlotz.
Box 5, Folder 3

Hahn, Kurt, 1964 Jul 26

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on Rudolf's death.
Box 5, Folder 4-15

Hahn, Lotte Beate Jastrow, 1942, 1951-1957, 1961-1967, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 5, Folder 4-15

Correspondence, 1942, 1951-1957, 1961-1967, undated

Physical Description: 374 items: 228 items to Jastrow, 146 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow's correspondence with her sister, regarding family, work, travel. Further correspondence relating to Beate, both with her parents and with Elisabeth regarding restitution and compensation claims after the war is found in Series V.
Box 60*, Folder 1

Oversize clipping, 1965

Physical Description: 1 clipping

Scope and Content Note

Enclosed in letter from July 1, 1965.
Box 5, Folder 16

Hahn, Rudolf and Lola Warburg, 1964

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends letter of concern for Rudolf's health and subsequent condolences on his death.
Box 6, Folder 1

Haight, Elizabeth Hazelton, 1938 Oct

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sending offprint; Haight thanks her and is sorry not to have been able to talk more when Jastrow was recently at Vassar.
Box 6, Folder 2

Hammond, Mason, 1938 Feb 22

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint, news from Rome.
Box 6, Folder 3

Hanfmann, George, 1947 Jan 12

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sorry not to have seen her, what does she hear from Europe?
Box 6, Folder 4

Hansen, Hazel, 1953

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Hansen writes with advice for Jastrow's upcoming trip to Berkeley.
Box 6, Folder 5

Hanson, Gudrun and Joe, 1940-1946, undated

Physical Description: 14 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence regarding friends and family.
Box 6, Folder 6

Hardin, Noma, 1962 May 25

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News from Greensboro, with clippings.
Box 6, Folder 7

Hardré, R., 1950 Oct 23

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow speaking to the French Club in November.
Box 6, Folder 8

Hardy, Mary Caroline, 1939 Feb 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends Jastrow contact information for Mr. J.A. Coletti, who is interested in her sculpture.
Box 6, Folder 9

Harland, J. Penrose, 1940, undated

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow is pleased to hear that Harland will be in Chapel Hill; Harland sends apology.
Box 6, Folder 10

Harnack, Hedwig von, 1965 Jul 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requests that Jastrow contribute to a portfolio celebrating Axel von Harnack's 70th birthday.
Box 6, Folder 11

Härter, Hans, 1938-1965

Physical Description: 21 items: 14 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Early correspondence focuses on the war and school, then moves on to work, health and family. Also co-wrote letters with his mother, Helene Härter, see below.
Box 6, Folder 12-14

Härter, Helene Aron, 1934-1957, 1961-1964

Physical Description: 110 items: 85 items to Jastrow, 25 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Extensive general correspondence between Jastrow and her cousin (?); includes death notices for Hans Burchard and Härter. Also includes letters from Härter's children, Hans, Ulrich and Hannelore.
Box 6, Folder 15

Härter, Ulrich and Herta, 1953-1964, undated

Physical Description: 10 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends congratulations on the wedding; news of family; condolences on the death of Härter's mother.
Box 6, Folder 16

Härter, Willy, 1935 Oct 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Everyone misses her, news of the family.
Box 6, Folder 17

Hasselblatt, Anna, 1956-1962

Physical Description: 8 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding relief sent to Hungarian refugees. Includes letter from Meta Miller introducing Hasselblatt, as well as letters to and from Tibor Kneif.
Box 6, Folder 18

Heinemann, Dr. M., 1954 Sep

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for sending the Loeschcke obituary.
Box 6, Folder 19

Helbig [?], 1938 Apr 30

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Passing on a question from Frau Salz about horse manure for the cultivation of mushrooms.
Box 6, Folder 20

Henderson, Mary T., 1940-1954

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to hear from Jastrow, hopes to see her next time she's in Cambridge.
Box 6, Folder 21

Herbig, Reinhard and family, 1956-1961

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Includes death notice and condolence letter to the family.
Box 6, Folder 22

Herrmann, Paul, 1915

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding photographs of small altar in the Albertinum in Dresden.
Box 6, Folder 23

Hess, Sara Straus, 1938 Nov 18

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Enclosing a letter (of introduction?) to Malvina Hoffman, Jastrow should look into St. Stephens College.
Box 6, Folder 24

Heymann, Hans, 1954

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Inquiries as to whether Jastrow can help find him a position at the university.
Box 6, Folder 25

Hill, Dorothy Kent, 1961-1964

Physical Description: 9 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding book reviews for the American Journal of Archaeology.
Box 6, Folder 26

Hiller von Gaertringen, Friedrich, 1916 Sep 19

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Would be pleased to have Jastrow come talk with him, but he warns that his knowledge of altars is limited; has she consulted Weege?
Box 6, Folder 27

Hirsch, Jacob, 1939 Jun 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledges receipt of material sent by Jastrow.
Box 6, Folder 28

Hirschberg, Max, 1951-1961

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of health and family. For professional correspondence relating to Jastrow's restitution claims, see Series V.
Box 6, Folder 29

Hirschstein, Hans and Luz, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

New Year's greetings.
Box 6, Folder 30

Hoefer, Maria, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Is on Cape Cod, sends address in New York, what is the news of Jastrow's mother?
Box 6, Folder 31

Hoffa, Else, 1937 Dec 9

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for her letter and wants to know how the trip to Paestum went.
Box 6, Folder 32

Hoffman, Malvina, 1939

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letters from Hoffman's secretary: arranging a meeting, advice on contacts for her sculpture projects.
Box 6, Folder 33

Hoffmann, Herbert, 1963 Aug 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to hear that Jastrow will be reviewing his book, sends further information.
Box 6, Folder 34

Holborn, Louise, 1941 Sep 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Plans have changed, sorry to miss Jastrow.
Box 6, Folder 35

Holbrook, Myra [?], 1940 Jan 31

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Lunch invitation.
Box 6, Folder 36

Homann-Wedeking, Ernst, 1935

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends information on arulae in the Louvre.
Box 6, Folder 37

Horn, Rudolf, 1935

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends the requested dimensions for a relief.
Box 6, Folder 38

Horneffer, Hedwig, 1947

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Horneffer and her family thank Jastrow for sending post-war aid.
Box 6, Folder 39

Hotel Alice, 1962-1963

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items from Jastrow, 2 receipts

Scope and Content Note

Arranging accomodations in Athens, instructions for forwarding mail.
Box 6, Folder 40

Howard, Eleanor, 1965 Sep 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for the anniversary message.
Box 6, Folder 41-42

Howard, Hannelore Härter, and family, 1948-1957, 1961-1965, undated

Physical Description: 103 items: 73 items to Jastrow, 30 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Family correspondence.
Box 6, Folder 43

Howland, Richard, 1952 May

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding use of research facilities at Johns Hopkins.
Box 7, Folder 1

Huber, Andreas, 1957

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding a watch repair.
Box 7, Folder 2

Hudson, Nancy, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Had hoped to see Jastrow again, but has to leave for Washington; pleased that Jastrow will be coming to Paris.
Box 7, Folder 3

Huse, Mary, 1952, 1962

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Ending German lessons with Jastrow; good to see Jastrow again.
Box 7, Folder 4

Hutchison, Betsy [Mrs. Keith], 1939-1949

Physical Description: 12 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with her cousin (?) focusing on news of family, especially Joseph Jastrow.
Box 7, Folder 5

Hutchison, Keith and family, 1950-1957, undated

Physical Description: 16 items: 10 items to Jastrow, 6 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences on Betsy's death; Keith, the children and new wife Helena continue personal correspondence with Jastrow.
Box 7, Folder 6

Ivy, Gregory and Naomi, 1953-1965, undated

Physical Description: 9 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with her department chairman concerning teaching and general news.
Box 7, Folder 7

Jacobs, --------, 1939 Jan 30

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow
Box 7, Folder 8

Jacobson, Anna, 1946 Mar 17

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding her niece's application to the university.
Box 7, Folder 9

Jacobsthal, Paul, 1925-1946, undated

Physical Description: 45 items: 36 items to Jastrow, 9 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of their research, includes letters from Jacobthal's wife, Guste.
Box 7, Folder 10

Jacono, Luigi, 1937 Oct

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow writes Jacono asking about ancient sources for terracotta shrinkage; Jacono not able to offer much help.
Box 7, Folder 11

Jarrell, Mrs., 1965 Oct 17

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter.
Box 7, Folder 12

Jastrow, Adolf, 1950, 1956

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Family news.
Box 7, Folder 13

Jastrow, Hedwig, 1935-1938

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow
Box 7, Folder 14

Jastrow, Helen [Mrs. Morris], 1936-1939, undated

Physical Description: 34 items: 25 items to Jastrow, 9 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding family and Jastrow's research; Helen attempting to facilitate Elisabeth's funding and visa process, including arranging a meeting with Malvina Hoffman.
Box 7, Folder 15

Jastrow, Henrietta [Henriette], 1933-1950

Physical Description: 67 items: 53 items to Jastrow, 14 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Extensive correspondence with her aunt, relating to family, world affairs and work; also includes correspondence relating to the settlement of her aunt's estate.
Box 7, Folder 16

Jastrow, Joseph, 1938-1939

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 book jacket

Scope and Content Note

Letters from her uncle regarding his attempt to help her settle in the United States, the family and his health.
Box 7, Folder 17

Jewish Social Service Association, Inc. of the City of New York, 1939 Feb 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Learned of Jastrow's illness from Professor Taussig, can they be of assistance?
Box 7, Folder 18

Jones, Frances, 1964 Sep 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sorry for not having written earlier; like it here, but homesick.
Box 7, Folder 19

Jones, Mrs. Howard Mumford [Bessie], 1940

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow seeking advice and help on finding employment and remaining in the United States.
Box 7, Folder 20

Kahler, Erich [von], 1938-1952

Physical Description: 8 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow, 1 leaflet

Scope and Content Note

Personal letters often referencing their mutual friend, Elsa Brinckmann; includes letters in support of Ernst Morwitz, whom Kahler was trying to help, and a commemoration of Antoinette von Kahler, his mother.
Box 7, Folder 21

Kander, Helene, 1944

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Kander asks for statement in support of Karl Clodius; Jastrow declines citing lack of information.
Box 7, Folder 22

Kant, Gertrud, 1937 May 9

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Perhaps they can meet when Kant is in Florence at the end of May.
Box 7, Folder 23

Kantorowicz, Ernst, 1951-1952

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of friends and Jastrow's work.
Box 7, Folder 24

Kantorowicz, Franz, 1947-1948

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Kantorowicz sending books of poems which Gertrud Kantorowicz wrote in Theresienstadt and stresses the strong connection Gertrud felt with the Jastrow family.
Box 7, Folder 25

Karouzou, Semne, 1945-1962

Physical Description: 20 items: 12 items to Jastrow, 6 items from Jastrow, 2 receipts

Scope and Content Note

Early correspondence concerns news of the war years and postwar aid, then the Greek Civil War; later correspondence concerns Jastrow's arrival in Athens, news of family and mutual friends.
Box 7, Folder 26

Kasch, Mrs. Charles, 1942, 1944

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Affadavit from Kasch in support of Anna Jastrow's admittance to the United States; letter from Jastrow informing Kasch of her mother's death and thanking her for the help.
Box 7, Folder 27

Kaschnitz von Weinberg, Guido, 1956

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow hopes to see him when she is in Rome; he replies that unfortunately he will be out of town.
Box 7, Folder 28

Katzenstein-Sutro, Nettie, 1938

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the sale of a ring.
Box 7, Folder 29

Kelemen, Elisabeth and Pál, 1944-1954

Physical Description: 19 items: 12 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding work and research.
Box 7, Folder 30

Kent, Judith Salz, 1960 Oct 3

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Response to a condolence letter Jastrow sent on the death of her mother, Sophia (Soscha) Kantorowicz Salz.
Box 7, Folder 31

Kettunen, Marietta, 1943-1950, undated

Physical Description: 13 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news on work and health from a former Greensboro colleague.
Box 7, Folder 32

Kleeman, Ilse, 1963

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of her research in Greece.
Box 7, Folder 33

Knapp, Benjamin, 1954 May 24

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requests that Knapp make an appointment to see her.
Box 8, Folder 1-2

Kohn, Hedwig, 1942-1957, 1961-1964, undated

Physical Description: 89 items: 76 items to Jastrow, 13 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Kohn reports on life at Wellesley, her work, health, discussion of family and friends, and later discussion of her move to Durham and position at Duke.
Box 8, Folder 3

Koseleff, Olga, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requesting Jastrow's help in locating a vase published by Pfuhl.
Box 8, Folder 4

Kraft, Rosa, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding an arula in Kraft's private collection in Lugano, includes photographs.
Box 8, Folder 5

Krautheimer, Trude, 1936-1965

Physical Description: 8 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of Trude and Richard's adjustment to the United States, mutual friends, research.
Box 8, Folder 6

Kristeller, Paul Oskar, 1940 Dec 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Asks for help getting his sister and her family into the United States.
Box 8, Folder 7

Kröhner, Rudolf, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 business card

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks him for sending the photographs of terracotta reliefs in the Museo Civico in Reggio (?), but now she needs the negatives for publication.
Box 8, Folder 8

Kroner, Alice, 1959 Oct 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Has been trying to locate Jastrow, got the address from Elisabeth Freund, news that Flora Lewey had a stroke.
Box 8, Folder 9

Kruger, Richard, 1962 Oct 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Has arrived in Athens and will call on her Sunday, with an introduction from Meta Miller.
Box 8, Folder 10

Kuhn, Helmut, 1947-1949

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Letter thanking Jastrow for an offprint and letter describing conditions in Germany.
Box 8, Folder 11

Kuhn, Käthe, 1950 Oct 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Asks Jastrow to take care of Utha von Tresckow, who is coming to Greensboro and who is the daughter of one of the leaders of the July 20 plot to assassinate Hitler.
Box 8, Folder 12

Kulka, Dr. Ernest, 1960-1965

Physical Description: 6 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding appointments with a gynecologist in New York City.
Box 8, Folder 13

Kunze, Athena, 1964

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Best wishes on her trip.
Box 8, Folder 14

Kupffer, Gertrud, 1934-1935, 1955, 1961

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Kupffer sends news of her family; Jastrow sends a delayed reply expressing sympathy and telling about her teaching.
Box 8, Folder 15

Küthmann, D., 1947 July 4

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow
Box 8, Folder 16

Laan, Leonore, 1954 Apr 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you note for a wedding present.
Box 8, Folder 17

Laine, Frank, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Postcard from Rome; Christmas cards.
Box 8, Folder 18

Lampl, Albert A., 1953

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 receipt

Scope and Content Note

Regarding book orders; offers help for logistics of Jastrow's trip to Berkeley.
Box 8, Folder 19

Langlotz, Ernst, 1934-1962

Physical Description: 28 items: 25 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with news of his work.
Box 8, Folder 20

Largent, Vera, 1964, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards.
Box 8, Folder 21

Leary's Bookstore, 1954 Sep 7

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends a list of books she would like to sell and asks for an offer.
Box 8, Folder 22

Lederer, Maria, 1943-1946, undated

Physical Description: 6 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Continues correspondence begun with Anna Jastrow, who met Lederer when they were both in Cuba trying to get to the United States.
Box 8, Folder 23

Lehmann, Phyllis Williams, 1963

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow arranging a visit to Samothrace.
Box 8, Folder 24

Lehmann-Hartleben, Karl, 1934-1960

Physical Description: 13 items: 11 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence begins with Lehmann-Hartleben writing about possible projects for Jastrow, continues with news of family, colleagues and Lehmann's work.
Box 8, Folder 25

Lepsius, Sabine, 1961

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences on the death of Lepsius' sister Monica; Lepsius replies with family and general news.
Box 8, Folder 26

Levi-Spinazzola, Alda, 1925-1939

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow contacting Levi regarding information on the arulae in the museum in Naples; Levi sends her on to the director of the museum; thanks Jastrow for the offprint and sends news of family and friends.
Box 8, Folder 27

Levin, Bertha Szold, 1952 Sep 28

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Happy to have met Jastrow and continued the friendship of the Szold and Jastrow families.
Box 8, Folder 28

Levy, Harry L., 1951 Feb

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Levy asks Jastrow to review a book for Classical Weekly; she declines.
Box 8, Folder 29

Lewey, Flora, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Lewey hopes to see Jastrow again soon.
Box 8, Folder 30

Lewisohn, Miss, 1939 Jun 12

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Lehmann-Hartleben has contacted her regarding Jastrow's financial situation. She is swamped with appeals, but will send the information on to Miss Curtis.
Box 8, Folder 31

Libby, Ruth, 1964-1965

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the death of Hedwig Kohn.
Box 8, Folder 32

Lidzbarski, M., 1925 Aug 3

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding altar found in Sardinia.
Box 8, Folder 33

Liebes, Dorothy, 1945-1946

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Liebes pleased to have met Jastrow, is sending her a book; thank you from Jastrow.
Box 8, Folder 34

Lindeman [?], Anna, 1932 Aug 31

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for report from Greece.
Box 8, Folder 35

Lingen, Bruno von, 1961 Dec 21

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks for Jastrow's contribution, and information on the Baltenverband.
Box 8, Folder 36

Lippold, Georg, 1936

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests information on an altar in Erlangen and Lippold replies.
Box 8, Folder 37

Loeschcke, Charlotte, 1915 Dec 7

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow
Box 8, Folder 38

Lucifero, Armando, 1928 Jan 8

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding requested photograph of an arula.
Box 8, Folder 39

Lunsingh Scheurleer, C.W., 1915 Dec 8

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending the photographs and data requested by Jastrow relating to arulae in his private collection.
Box 8, Folder 40

Lynch, Barbara, 1964 Jun

Physical Description: 2 items: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitation to graduation ceremony; thank you letter for gift sent by Jastrow.
Box 8, Folder 41

Lynch, Mary Jane, 1953-1955, undated

Physical Description: 7 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence between Jastrow and her landlady.
Box 8, Folder 42

Maiuri, Amedeo, 1925-1935, undated

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests information and photographs of arulae in Naples; Maiuri responds.
Box 8, Folder 43

Marconi, Pirro, 1925 Jul 14

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requesting information and photography of arulae in Palermo.
Box 8, Folder 44

Markman, Sidney, 1954

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 receipt

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow writing for advice about selling books to the Duke University library (also includes Jastrow's notes on the books); Markman responds that he passed on the list and will let her know; receipt for the purchase of the books.
Box 8, Folder 45

Marquis, Mrs., 1954 Nov 20

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow declines an invitation to Thanksgiving.
Box 8, Folder 46

Matz, Friedrich, 1945-1958

Physical Description: 14 items: 9 items to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Matz sends thanks for the relief packages and news of the university and archaeological community after the war and his work; sharp exchange over festschrift for Bieber; plans to meet during Matz's trip to the United States; news of Paul Jacobsthal's death.
Box 8, Folder 47

Mazzucchetti, Lavinia, 1935 Jan 24

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Asks for Jastrow's help researching material in Rome for an article on Wilhelm von Humboldt.
Box 8, Folder 48

McDill, Lucinda and Edwin 1964 Nov 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you letter for lecture and banquet.
Box 8, Folder 49

Medea, Alba, 1937 Oct 31

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow
Box 8, Folder 50

Mendelsohn, Esther, 1934-1940

Physical Description: 6 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Family correspondence with Jastrow's aunt.
Box 8, Folder 51

Meyer, Erna, 1958-1959

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the 50th anniversary of their high school graduation; general news.
Box 8, Folder 52

Michon, Étienne, 1931

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Copy of letter requesting information on arulae in the Louvre sent by Jacobsthal on Jastrow's behalf; Michon's reply.
Box 8, Folder 53

Middeldorf, Ulrich, 1940-1947

Physical Description: 7 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Middeldorf gives Jastrow advice on publication and on obtaining slides for teaching.
Box 8, Folder 54

Milch, Else, 1943 Sep 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of Jastrow's mother.
Box 8, Folder 55

Miller, Meta Helena 1961-1965, undated

Physical Description: 15 items: 11 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence concerning family, work and their Greensboro colleagues.
Box 8, Folder 56

Mingazzini, Paolino, 1926, 1934-1939

Physical Description: 20 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of Jastrow's research, with responses to requests for information and photographs from Jastrow; thanks Jastrow for the offprint. See also Box 29, f. 11.
Box 8, Folder 57

Mitchell, Rebecca, 1965 Dec

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 clipping

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences on the death of Mitchell's father.
Box 8, Folder 58

Mitzky, Dora, 1939-1940

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Greetings and news of friends in Europe.
Box 9, Folder 1

Möbius, Hans, 1925-1960

Physical Description: 24 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence discussing research, work and colleagues.
Box 9, Folder 2

Moon, Jim, 1956 Jul 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Would like to hear from Jastrow again.
Box 9, Folder 3

Moore, Susan, 1963 May 20

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Moore would like Jastrow to see some paintings; will arrange transportation to Winston-Salem.
Box 9, Folder 4

Morwitz, Ernst, 1939 Sep 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding emigration.
Box 9, Folder 5

Müller, Kurt, 1918-1936

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Provides extensive information on the arulae in Göttingen. See also Box 29, f. 5.
Box 9, Folder 6

Müller-Munk, Trude, 1944-1962

Physical Description: 16 items: 14 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of friends, the weather, travel.
Box 9, Folder 7

Murphey, Nancy [Nancy Siff], 1948 Jun

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Will be in New York until fall, would love to hear from Jastrow.
Box 9, Folder 8

Museo nazionale di Reggio di Calabria, 1937

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General research correspondence with the museum in Reggio di Calabria.
Box 9, Folder 9

Museo nazionale di Taranto, 1931-1938

Physical Description: 10 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General research correspondence with the museum in Taranto; includes copy of letter requesting information on arulae in the museum sent by Jacobsthal on Jastrow's behalf.
Box 9, Folder 10

Museo provinciale di Potenza, 1935

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding arulae in the museum in Potenza.
Box 9, Folder 11

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1939

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's work on revising an article on Greek athletics.
Box 9, Folder 12

Muthmann, Friedrich, 1962

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to see each other again; includes a brief letter from Elsa and Adolf Freudenberg.
Box 9, Folder 13

Nachod, Hans, 1947 Jul 12

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of friends, family and Nachod's work; Nachod is discouraging regarding books Jastrow is trying to sell.
Box 9, Folder 14

Nash, Ernest, 1942

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's purchase of photographs for teaching.
Box 9, Folder 15

Naumann, R., 1957

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Arula found in storage depot at the DAI in Rome with Jastrow's name on it, Naumann writing to see if it is hers and what she wants done with it; Jastrow asks him to continue to store it.
Box 9, Folder 16

Neiman, Gwen, 1959 Aug 17

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Former student describes trip to France.
Box 9, Folder 17

Neuffer, Lili, 1923, 1935

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas greetings; hopes things are better for Jastrow in Rome and sends news of family and friends.
Box 9, Folder 18

Neugebauer, Karl Anton, 1938

Physical Description: 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding material from the Esquiline excavations, now in the Antiquarium in Berlin.
Box 9, Folder 19

Nock, Arthur, undated

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow wants to arrange a meeting with Nock when she is in Boston, regarding a question of her research.
Box 9, Folder 20

Nogara, Bartolomeo, 1950 Oct 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 9, Folder 21

Norden, Irmgard [?], 1939 Dec 20

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Reports on new job at the New York State Training School for Boys.
Box 9, Folder 22

North Carolina State Art Society, 1955 Aug 24

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Returning photographs of Jastrow's collection, will not acquire it.
Box 9, Folder 23

Notgemeinschaft deutscher Wissenschaftler im Ausland, 1933-1934

Physical Description: 9 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's attempts to find a position outside Germany.
Box 9, Folder 24-26

Oberlander, Cornelia Hahn and Peter, 1953-1957, 1961-1965, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 9, Folder 24-26

Correspondence, 1953-1957, 1961-1965, undated

Physical Description: 185 items: 118 items to Jastrow, 66 items from Jastrow, 1 clipping

Scope and Content Note

Extensive correspondence with Jastrow's niece, includes news of family and discussion of both the Oberlanders' work.
Box 60*, Folder 2

Oversize correspondence, 1961

Physical Description: 1 painting

Scope and Content Note

Child's painting enclosed in letter from Jan 1961.
Box 9, Folder 27

Ohly, Dieter, 1935 May 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending information regarding arulae on the Naples art market.
Box 9, Folder 28

Olschki, Leonardo and Kate, 1953-1954

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow pleased to have seen them again; Kate broke her foot and Leonardo glad Jastrow enjoyed his book.
Box 9, Folder 29

Opie, Catharine Taussig, 1940-1957, 1960-1965

Physical Description: 66 items: 40 items to Jastrow, 26 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence; also includes limited correspondence with Opie's daughter, Helen Opie Stein Ryan.
Box 9, Folder 30

Oroszlán, Zoltán, 1937 Aug 10

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Response to request for information on an arula in Budapest.
Box 9, Folder 31

Orsi, Paolo, 1925, 1931

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests information on arulae from Motya and Orsi replies; copy of letter requesting information on arulae in Syracuse and Caltagirone sent by Jacobsthal on Jastrow's behalf.
Box 10, Folder 1

Pagenstecher, Rudolf, 1915, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of arulae.
Box 10, Folder 2

Palm Beach Art League, 1947 May 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Reply to request regarding a mural in a restaurant.
Box 10, Folder 3

Palmer, Hazel, 1957

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Exchange regarding Jastrow's use of the library in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the summer.
Box 10, Folder 4

Panunzio, Constantin, 1963 Jan 24

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Suggests that Panunzio send information on the American Association on Emeriti to Richard Krautheimer.
Box 10, Folder 5

Papadimitriou, I., 1931-1934

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding arula in Korfu.
Box 10, Folder 6

Pease, Mary Zelia, 1936-1939

Physical Description: 6 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends photographs of altars from Corinth (?); invitation to give a lecture at Bryn Mawr College; sending the check.
Box 10, Folder 7

Perrin, Noel, 1956 Oct 20

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

May be late for the lecture on the 23rd.
Box 10, Folder 8

Pesce, Gennaro, 1934-1935, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding photographs of objects in Reggio.
Box 10, Folder 9

Petersen, Eugen[?], 1915 Sep 2

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending data on arulae in Italy.
Box 10, Folder 10

Petty, Annie, 1960 Jan 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for the Christmas present.
Box 10, Folder 11

Pfuhl, Ernst, 1916 Sep 28

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Responds to Jastrow's inquiry regarding altars.
Box 10, Folder 12

Pitcher, Mrs., 1964 Dec. 23

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter.
Box 10, Folder 13

Pollard, Ann, 1959, 1965

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Postcard from London; Pollard selling her etchings.
Box 10, Folder 14

Popper, Irene Simon, 1938-1956

Physical Description: 11 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence initially focuses on emigration issues, then moves into general news of daily life and family; also includes letter from Barbara Brieger.
Box 10, Folder 15

Praschniker, Camillo, 1937 Oct

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow writes to inquire as to the possibility of placing her work in the publications of the Österreichisches archäologisches Institut; Praschniker replies that the contents of the upcoming volumes of the Jahresheft have already been determined.
Box 10, Folder 16

Preyer, Richardson L., 1961 Oct 24

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on his appointment as the president of the Greensboro society of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Box 10, Folder 17

Proske, Beatrice, 1938 Dec 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Proske has been in contact with a New York gallery owner, who she tried to interest in Jastrow's sculptural casts. He suggested that she try the Museum of Natural History, but he is interested in Jastrow's expertise in ancient terracottas.
Box 10, Folder 18

Putorti, N., 1931 Jul 3

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Copy of letter requesting information on arulae in Reggio sent by Jacobsthal on Jastrow's behalf.
Box 10, Folder 19

Quarles van Ufford, Lili [Byvanck], 1936-1940

Physical Description: 17 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of terracottas, work and colleagues.
Box 10, Folder 20

Quicker, Martha, 1948, 1964-1965

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the relief package; writes regarding the death of Hedwig Kohn.
Box 10, Folder 21

Rahlwes [?], Anneliese, 1935 Jan 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Happy to have heard from Jastrow, not happy at the museum in Mainz, probably should have stayed in Marburg.
Box 10, Folder 22

Ramel, E. De Wit [American Express Company], 1962-1963

Physical Description: 7 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with travel agent regarding booking ship passages to Greece.
Box 10, Folder 23

Randall, James R., 1954 Feb 13

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow cancelling a lecture at Bennett College.
Box 10, Folder 24

Ranke, Hermann, 1939, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow
Box 10, Folder 25

Rathbone, Perry, 1947, undated

Physical Description: 8 items: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requesting Jastrow's opinion on an arula that the City Art Museum of St. Louis was considering as an acquisition; includes Jastrow's notes and a letter from Otto Brendel suggesting that Rathbone get Jastrow's opinion.
Box 10, Folder 26

Reckendorf, Angelika, 1948-1961

Physical Description: 7 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news and travels.
Box 10, Folder 27

Reesor, Margaret, 1955, undated

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Archaeological Institute of America speakers at local chapters; Christmas card.
Box 10, Folder 28

Reinor [?], --------, 1955

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding move to Guatemala.
Box 10, Folder 29

Richter, Gisela M.A., 1934-1960

Physical Description: 22 items: 15 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding Jastrow's research and Richter's attempts to help her in the United States with both her research and her visa and employment issues, includes correspondence with Richter's assistant, Christine Alexander, and photographs of objects in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Box 10, Folder 30

Richter, Irma, 1939-1943

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings.
Box 10, Folder 31

Ridlon, Mrs., 1955 Oct 3

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter on the death of her husband.
Box 10, Folder 32

Rieth, Adolf, 1937 Sep 17

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Reply to an inquiry regarding terracotta shrinkage.
Box 10, Folder 33

Rights, Dr., 1954 May 15

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow arranging to visit the archives of the Moravian Church in Winston-Salem.
Box 10, Folder 34

Robinson, Florence, 1942

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding invitation to Jastrow to present a paper at a College Art Association regional conference.
Box 10, Folder 35

Rodenwaldt, Gerhart, 1928-1938

Physical Description: 6 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow discussing hopes for publishing; mostly illegible.
Box 10, Folder 36

Roehrkasse, Mr. and Mrs., 1961 Aug 18

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter on the death of Caroline Shoch.
Box 10, Folder 37

Roetzel, Priscilla, 1965 Oct

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow invites Roetzel to dinner before an AIA lecture and she accepts.
Box 10, Folder 38

Rogers, Lettie, 1953, 1955

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations on Jastrow's promotion; thanks to Jastrow from Rogers after her resignation from the university.
Box 10, Folder 39

Roon, Karin, 1952-1962, undated

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings, Christmas card.
Box 10, Folder 40

Rosendorff, Alice, 1938 Nov 24

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Glad to hear that Jastrow is in the United States; how is her family?
Box 10, Folder 41

Rosenstock-Huessy, Eugen, 1939, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow
Box 10, Folder 42

Rosenthal, JoAnne, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanking Jastrow for archaeological magazines.
Box 10, Folder 43

Rucker, Fred, 1962-1965

Physical Description: 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the forwarding of her mail.
Box 10, Folder 44

Rüdenberg, Mrs. Reinhold, 1962

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences on the death of Rüdenberg's husband; card in reply.
Box 10, Folder 45

Rudolph Lepke's Kunst-Auctions-Haus, 1916 Jan 27

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Reply to an inquiry from Jastrow, seemingly about the provenance of an unidentified piece, passes her on to Gustav Kuntzsch.
Box 10, Folder 46

Rumpf, Andreas, 1925 Aug 2

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Rumpf apologizes for only now sending photographs of a vase, which Weickert had asked him to return to Jastrow months ago.
Box 10, Folder 47

Ryberg, Inez Scott, 1935-1947

Physical Description: 7 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding Jastrow's research and her sculpture casts, also includes letter from Edith Dora (?) regarding a photograph of her arula.
Box 10, Folder 48

Sachs, Paul, 1940-1942

Physical Description: 8 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends news of her position at Greensboro.
Box 10, Folder 49

Salem Academy and College, 1949

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Salem College asks for a reference for Warren Brandt; Jastrow's reply.
Box 10, Folder 50

Salomon, Irma [?], 1943 Sep 26

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of her mother.
Box 10, Folder 51

Salvemini, Gaetano, 1939

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding translation work Jastrow is doing for him.
Box 10, Folder 52

Salz, Arthur, 1938-1943

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of family and work; thanks Jastrow for sending a copy of her catalog.
Box 10, Folder 53

Salz, Beate, 1946, 1963

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 death notice

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences; includes death notice for Arthur Salz.
Box 10, Folder 54

Salz, Sophia [Soscha] Kantorowicz, 1939-1957, undated

Physical Description: 15 items: 11 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with news of family and travel; Jastrow's side includes discussion of her work and colleagues.
Box 10, Folder 55

Sanborn, Agnes and Ashton, 1939-1956, 1961, undated

Physical Description: 8 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of family, including Agnes' sister, Hetty Goldman, and work.
Box 10, Folder 56

Sapuna, Ephi, 1960 Jan 12

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 10, Folder 57

Scheler-Furtwängler, Marit, 1931

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Scheler writes inquiring about negatives at the DAI in Rome marked with Jastrow's name; Jastrow replies that she is unsure as to actual ownership.
Box 10, Folder 58

Schneller, Erika 1959 Feb

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of high school classmates.
Box 10, Folder 59

Schoch, Caroline, 1961, undated

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings, discussion of health and colleagues.
Box 10, Folder 60

Schurman, Mr. and Mrs. Marcel, 1953

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Nice to have seen you in California; birth announcement.
Box 10, Folder 61

Schwebsch, Felicia, 1958-1959

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Exchange of news with a high school classmate.
Box 10, Folder 62

Schweitzer, Angelika, 1956, 1965

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends condolences on the death of Schweitzer's husband; Jastrow hears that Schweitzer is visiting the United States.
Box 10, Folder 63

Schweitzer, Bernhard and Elisabeth, 1936-1949, 1960-1962

Physical Description: 7 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Primarily discussion of Schweitzer's work; Schweitzer sends information on arulae in Leipzig.
Box 10, Folder 64

Schweitzer, Olga, 1954 Jan 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Pleased to have met Jastrow and hopes to see her again.
Box 10, Folder 65

Seaver, Esther, 1949 Aug

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow would like to visit Seaver at the Wadsworth Athenaeum in August; Seaver replies that she will be in town and has discovered a Schinkel drawing at the museum.
Box 10, Folder 66

Selfhelp of emigres from Central Europe, 1943 Oct 7

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanking Jastrow for her donation.
Box 10, Folder 67

Sell, Else, 1940 Jun 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends thanks.
Box 10, Folder 68

Sestieri, Pellegrino, 1957

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sestieri thanks Jastrow for her hospitality during his lecture in Greensboro; Jastrow replies thanking him for the visit.
Box 10, Folder 69

Seyffarth, Elisabeth Wöllmer, 1947-1948

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of Berlin and thanks for relief packages.
Box 10, Folder 70

Shoe, Lucy, 1939-1940

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding an invitation to lecture at Mt. Holyoke; Jastrow declines. Also includes a letter from Shoe to F.W. Taussig trying to contact Jastrow and a second letter declining the lecture sent by Jastrow to Blanche Brotherton. Postcard written with Hilda Stricklen.
Box 10, Folder 71

Shopis, K., 1950-1951

Physical Description: 5 items: 4 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding a fur coat and jacket sent to New York for alteration, cleaning and storage.
Box 10, Folder 72

Sieveking, Johannes, 1915-1933

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends information on arulae in the Antiquarium in Munich.
Box 10, Folder 73

Sikelianos, Eva, Nov 1943

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 letter to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests loan items for an exhibit of Greek textiles and embroidery in Greensboro; Sikelianos declines due to the short notice.
Box 10, Folder 74

Simmel, Arnold, 1945, 1962-1964

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Family news.
Box 10, Folder 75

Simmel, Else, 1940-1948

Physical Description: 10 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of the family and their transition to life in the United States; includes curriculum vitae.
Box 10, Folder 76

Simmel, Eva, 1944 Jan 14

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the Christmas present and sends news of her mother, Else, and of her studies at Mt. Holyoke.
Box 10, Folder 77

Simmel, Gerhard, 1944 Jan 1

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the Christmas present.
Box 10, Folder 78

Simmel, Hans, 1934-1941

Physical Description: 8 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of family, friends and internment at Dachau; includes curriculum vitae.
Box 10, Folder 79

Simmel, Marianne, 1944 Jan 25

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the Christmas present and sends news of her mother, Else.
Box 11, Folder 1

Singh, H.B., 1961 Jul 21

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of his wife, Emily.
Box 11, Folder 2

Siskind, Caroline, 1961 June 6

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Greeting from a former student.
Box 11, Folder 3

Snijder, G., 1935

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding arulae in Amsterdam.
Box 11, Folder 4

Sobotka, Valentin and Franya, 1944-1957

Physical Description: 10 items: 7 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of family and Elsa Brinckmann; discussion of work.
Box 11, Folder 5

Solomon, Dr. M.H., 1963 Sep 11

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks him for his care and sends greetings from Athens.
Box 11, Folder 6

Sommer, Clemens and Elisabeth, 1940-1952, 1962, undated

Physical Description: 12 items: 11 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding finances, as well as news of family and work; Jastrow sends condolences on the death of Clemens.
Box 11, Folder 7

Sommer, Ferdinand, 1935

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests help with a linguistic problem.
Box 11, Folder 8

Speier, Hermine, 1937-1939, 1956-1957, 1961

Physical Description: 9 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Speier sends news from the DAI in Rome.
Box 11, Folder 9

Sponer-Franck, Hertha, 1947, 1964

Physical Description: 4 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sponer-Franck arranging for Jastrow to visit in Durham; Jastrow sends condolences on the death of James Franck.
Box 11, Folder 10

Staub, Helen, 1939 Mar 5

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Staub writes that she sent Jastrow's manuscript to Walther Meier at Neue schweizer Rundschau and encloses a copy of the cover letter.
Box 11, Folder 11

Steele, Geoffrey, 1951-1957, undated

Physical Description: 5 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the sale of Jastrow's books.
Box 11, Folder 12

Steele, Hazel, 1950 Jan 4

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

New Year's greeting.
Box 11, Folder 13

Sticotti, Piero, 1915-1935

Physical Description: 11 items: 9 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sticotti responds to queries about altars and photography requests in the Museo Civico in Trieste; thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 11, Folder 14

Storm, Jay, 1961

Physical Description: 5 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the arrangements for a group photograph of the Howard family.
Box 11, Folder 15

Stranz, Hedwig, 1943 Dec 2

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of Jastrow's mother.
Box 11, Folder 16

Stranz, Martin, 1943 Nov 9

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolences on the death of Jastrow's mother and news of his family.
Box 11, Folder 17

Strong, Cornelia, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Congratulations.
Box 11, Folder 18

Stroud, Mrs., 1961 Jun 19

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter.
Box 11, Folder 19

Studniczka, Franz, 1915-1917

Physical Description: 5 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Difficult to read, but includes a forwarded letter from Alfred Kröner Verlag concerning Studnicza's attempts to help Jastrow publish, as well as a forwarded card with information concerning an arula in Krakow.
Box 11, Folder 20

Sturgis, Frances A., 1940 Aug 30

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Inquiring as to Mrs. Salz's plans.
Box 11, Folder 21

Suder, Martha, 1951

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General greetings, hope to see each other again when Jastrow returns to Washington.
Box 11, Folder 22

Suhr, Elmer, 1948 May

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending photograph and information on terracotta head in Rochester.
Box 11, Folder 23

Summerell, Jane, 1943, 1962-1963

Physical Description: 8 items: 6 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

News of the college and condolences on the deaths of their mothers.
Box 11, Folder 24

Swindler, Mary Hamilton, 1939 Apr 25

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint and is pleased that she is in America.
Box 11, Folder 25

T. O. Dey, 1964

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow unhappy with work done in New York on a pair of shoes.
Box 11, Folder 26

Talcott, Lucy, 1937, undated

Physical Description: 3 items: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanking Jastrow for an offprint; sends photograph of fragment in Athens.
Box 11, Folder 27

Tanner, Daisie Barrett, 1937-1946, undated

Physical Description: 29 items: 22 items to Jastrow, 7 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow writes trying to make a Boston/Harvard connection for Paola Zancani; Tanner serves as a witness for Jastrow's citizenship; the majority of the correspondence centers on a visit by Tanner to Greensboro.
Box 11, Folder 28

Taussig, Frank W., 1939-1940

Physical Description: 13 items: 12 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence regarding Jastrow's use of the Taussig house and his help arranging work for Jastrow with Professor Salvemini.
Box 11, Folder 29

Taussig, Helen, 1940-1964, undated

Physical Description: 8 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with discussion of visits and finances, and touching briefly on the work of each.
Box 11, Folder 30

Taylor, Francis Henry, 1943

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow seeks Taylor's advice and help getting a museum position.
Box 11, Folder 31

Taylor, Miss, 1951 Dec 30

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow is sorry for the misunderstanding and asks Miss Taylor to pour at the reception after a later meeting of the archaeological society.
Box 11, Folder 32

Technau, Werner, 1931 Feb 4

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Requests information as to the current location of some of the Esquiline material.
Box 11, Folder 33

Thompson, Homer A. and Dorothy Burr, 1937-1957

Physical Description: 16 items: 12 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow asks for Homer's help to get a lecture invitation (needed due to visa constraints) so that she can visit Toronto; the Thompsons involved in trying to help her find a position and sculpture commissions.
Box 11, Folder 34

Thornton, Elizabeth, 1953-1963, undated

Physical Description: 5 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding lectures at Greensboro; Jastrow sends condolences on the deaths of Thornton's parents.
Box 11, Folder 35

Thornton, Georgia, 1955

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends a translation she made of a letter in German from "Sister Sophie" to Thornton; envelope sent to Jastrow is empty.
Box 11, Folder 36

Thrush, Miss, 1962 Dec 22

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Condolence letter.
Box 11, Folder 37

Tozzi, Piero, 1950

Physical Description: 10 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 3 leaves, 5 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Tozzi asks Jastrow to help identify an arula in his gallery; Jastrow sends information and asks about the value of a terracotta statuette she owns; includes Jastrow's notes on the arula.
Box 11, Folder 38

Traugott, Ivan, 1939 Feb 23

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint and glad to hear that she is in America.
Box 11, Folder 39

Tru-Form Shoes, 1957

Physical Description: 3 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow, 1 receipt

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow returning a pair of shoes to a store in New York.
Box 11, Folder 40

Udine. Museo civico, 1934

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sending requested information on arulae in the Museo Civico at Udine.
Box 11, Folder 41

Ulich, Elsa Brändström, 1943 Jan 20

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the New Year's greeting and is pleased to hear that Jastrow's mother is now with her.
Box 11, Folder 42

United States Postal Office, 1953, 1957

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the forwarding of her mail.
Box 11, Folder 43

University of North Carolina, 1954-1963

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Invitations to faculty awards dinners; Jastrow regrets missing the faculty meeting.
Box 11, Folder 44

University Prints, 1941-1942

Physical Description: 7 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding desk copies of University Prints sets for her classes, includes billing statements.
Box 11, Folder 45

Valentin, Liane [?], undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sorry to have missed their appointment.
Box 11, Folder 46

Van Buren, A. W., 1938, 1962

Physical Description: 5 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding an invitation to give a lecture to the fellows of the American Academy in Rome (including an initial letter from Mason Hammond); condolence letter from Jastrow on the death of his wife, Elizabeth Douglas Van Buren.
Box 11, Folder 47

Van Buren, Elizabeth Douglas, 1925-1950,

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Sends references on altars; thanks Jastrow for the offprint and then a gift of roses.
Box 11, Folder 48

Varàdy, Prof., 1934 Oct 24

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Ernesto Feilchenfeld introducing Jastrow.
Box 11, Folder 49

Victorius, J. Curt and Gertrud, 1941-1942, 1965, undated

Physical Description: 12 items: 7 items to Jastrow, 5 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Arranging to have Jastrow come lecture at Guilford College; family news; thanks Jastrow for sending offprint about her father.
Box 11, Folder 50

Villard, François, 1962-1963

Physical Description: 11 items: 3 items to Jastrow, 8 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding the arulae from Megara Hyblaea: arranges meetings with Villard in Paris and at the site.
Box 11, Folder 51

Waagé, F. O., 1944 Dec 21

Physical Description: 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow would like to visit the Art department at Cornell.
Box 11, Folder 52

Wagner, E., 1915-1917

Physical Description: 7 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Responding to request for information on arulae in Karlsruhe.
Box 11, Folder 53

Wallace, Mary [?], 1940-1943

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas greetings with news of family and friends in Toronto.
Box 11, Folder 54

Walter, Edith, undated

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 11, Folder 55

Walter, Otto, 1937 Oct 7

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Walter tells Jastrow that he has already passed on the manuscript.
Box 11, Folder 56

Waser, Otto, 1939 Feb 20

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the offprint.
Box 11, Folder 57

Washburn, Gordon, 1939 Dec

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow trying to arrange an appointment with Washburn.
Box 11, Folder 58

Wasserman, Earl, 1956

Physical Description: 4 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 2 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

The Classics Department at the Johns Hopkins University asks Jastrow to evaluate John H. Young for promotion.
Box 11, Folder 59

Watson, --------, 1961-1965

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow thanks Mr. Watson for a poetry reading; Christmas greetings from the Watsons.
Box 11, Folder 60

Weege, Fritz, 1915 Sep 3

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Responding to her inquiry about arulae.
Box 11, Folder 61

Weickert, Carl, 1938-1939

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow inquiring about publication possibilities for her work, receives a negative reply; Weickert thanks her for the offprint.
Box 11, Folder 62

Weidmannsche Buchhandlung, 1916 Sep 21

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow's father has contacted them about publishing her dissertation, but they must decline because of the war.
Box 11, Folder 63

Weinberg, Gladys Davidson, 1939-1957, undated

Physical Description: 6 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General correspondence with news of the Weinbergs' work and the Karouzous.
Box 11, Folder 64

Weinreich, Otto, 1916 Jan 16

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Regarding altars in Greece.
Box 11, Folder 65

Wentcher, Tina, 1965

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Christmas card.
Box 11, Folder 66

Whitaker, Joseph I.S., 1925

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow requests information on the arulae from Motya; Whitaker replies that he will send her photographs when he returns to the site in the winter.
Box 12, Folder 1

Wiegand, Theodor, 1937, undated

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thanks Jastrow for the letter; includes death notice.
Box 12, Folder 2

Williams, Mary Katharine, 1954

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for the remembrance.
Box 12, Folder 3

Williams, Ruth Tucker, 1961-1964, undated

Physical Description: 4 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Thank you letter; Christmas cards.
Box 12, Folder 4

Winter, Franz, 1954

Physical Description: 4 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 3 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Arranging dental work in New York.
Box 12, Folder 5

Wittgens, Fernanda, 1934, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Wittgens got Jastrow's card; Wittgens is in Rome and sends Jastrow a time to call.
Box 12, Folder 6

Wrede, Hilde, 1947 Jun 20

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

General news; a wedding announcement.
Box 12, Folder 7

Wright, Dorothea and Len, 1941, undated

Physical Description: 2 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Best wishes for her trip; Christmas card.
Box 12, Folder 8

Wunderlich, Eva, 1946 Feb 15

Physical Description: 1 item to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Wunderlich is having a problem finding a publisher for a Rilke textbook in German, so she asks Jastrow to write a letter about the need for such a book.
Box 12, Folder 9

Wunderlich, Frieda, 1941-1959, undated

Physical Description: 8 items to Jastrow
Box 12, Folder 10

Young, Jean Johnson, 1952, undated

Physical Description: 3 items to Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Wedding and birth news.
Box 12, Folder 11

Young, John H. and Suzanne, 1952

Physical Description: 3 items: 2 items to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow asks Young's opinion on a terracotta and about library access at Johns Hopkins.
Box 12, Folder 12

Zahn, Robert, 1933-1938

Physical Description: 9 items: 5 items to Jastrow, 4 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of Jastrow's research on arulae.
Box 12, Folder 13

Zancani Montuoro, Paola, 1934-1963, undated

Physical Description: 57 items: 40 items to Jastrow, 17 items from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of research on both sides, as well as colleagues and friends.
Box 12, Folder 14

Zanotti-Bianco, Umberto, 1938, undated

Physical Description: 2 items: 1 item to Jastrow, 1 item from Jastrow

Scope and Content Note

Zanotti pleased to hear that Jastrow is in the United States; Jastrow writes to him regarding research in Italy.
Box 12, Folder 15

Letters received by Jastrow with illegible or unidentified signatures, 1916-1965, undated

Physical Description: 48 items
Box 12, Folder 16

Copies of letters sent by Jastrow to unidentified or multiple correspondents, 1934-1966, undated

Physical Description: 20 items
Box 12, Folder 17

Invitations and announcements with no further correspondence, 1954-1963, undated

Physical Description: 7 items

Scope and Content Note

Weddings, births, deaths.
 

Series II.  Research and writings, 1874-1966, bulk 1916-1960

Physical Description: 15.8 linear feet 28 boxes, 2 flat file folders

Scope and Content Note

This series contains Jastrow's research and writings, including unpublished manuscripts, materials related to her published articles, research project reports and lectures, as well as her original research materials on arulae. In 1916 Jastrow wrote her dissertation on terracotta arulae from the Greek colonies in southern Italy and Sicily. This topic and related issues of other forms of mold-made terracottas would remain the core of Jastrow's research, with only brief asides for minor research in other areas. Jastrow's passion for this single topic led her to form a comprehensive resource for the study of arulae.
Two unpublished manuscripts on arulae form the initial portion of this series. These manuscripts include Jastrow's original dissertation, which she was unable to publish during World War I and its aftermath, and an expanded reworking of the topic, the product primarily of Jastrow's AAUW fellowship. Both of these manuscripts, as well as other notes and references in her correspondence, indicate that Jastrow was revising and adding material as late as 1966.
Jastrow's research materials form the largest and final portion of the series. These include inventory cards, notes, a concordance, and comparanda, as well as a group of offprints specifically related to her arula research. The extensive card file inventory provides data for each arula known to Jastrow, often including current location, provenance, measurements, bibliography, photographs and drawings. This data is further supplemented by Jastrow's more general notes and her collection of comparanda. The photographic documentation is particularly rich, with over 1300 photographs of arulae and almost 500 photographs of stylistic and iconographic comparanda.
Box 13-16

Unpublished manuscripts, 1916-1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 13

"Ton-Altärchen aus den Westgriechischen Kolonien," 1916, undated

Scope and Content Note

Dissertation from the University of Heidelberg, also includes added notes and organizational material from later reworking.
Box 13, Folder 1-2

Original copy

Physical Description: 191 leaves
Box 13, Folder 3

Carbon copy

Physical Description: 192 leaves
Box 13, Folder 4-5

Photocopy A with corrected marginal notes

Physical Description: 192 leaves
Box 13, Folder 6

Photocopy B with marginal notes, not corrected

Physical Description: 187 leaves
Box 13, Folder 7

Duplicate pages and notes regarding set

Physical Description: 23 leaves
Box 13, Folder 8

Plates

Physical Description: 22 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Plates XXIII-XXXVII and map only; also includes later notes on reassembling plates.
Box 13, Folder 9

Comments of Friedrich von Duhn

Physical Description: 9 leaves
Box 13, Folder 10

Transcription of marginalia

Physical Description: 4 leaves
Box 14-16

"Tonaltärchen aus den Griechischen Kolonien Italiens," circa 1935-1938, undated

Scope and Content Note

Drafts of a revised and expanded version of Jastrow's dissertation. The material is organized by section of the catalog and then by draft. Notes apparently keyed to this work are found below in Box 28.
Box 14-15

Katalog. Teil I, die Funde aus Süd-Italien

Box 14, Folder 1-6

1. Handexemplar

Physical Description: 599 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Typescript copy.
Box 15, Folder 1-6

2. Handexemplar

Physical Description: 576 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Carbon copy of typescript.
Box 16, Folder 1-6

Katalog. Teil II. Esquilinische Gruppe

Box 16, Folder 1-5

1. Handexemplar

Box 16, Folder 1-4

Manuscript

Physical Description: 251 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes entries E41-55 and E113-170, as well as a photocopy of the manuscript.
Box 16, Folder 4

Typescript

Physical Description: 105 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes entries E1-12, E13-40, E 56-87, E88-107, E110-113.
Box 16, Folder 5

2. Handexemplar

Physical Description: 101 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Typescript for entries E1-40, 56-133.
Box 16, Folder 6

Notes and materials for later reworking of arulae manuscripts, 1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 1**.
Box 16, Folder 6

Notes, 1966, undated

Physical Description: 37 leaves
Flat file folder FF1**

Oversize notes, undated

Physical Description: 5 leaves
Box 17

Publications, 1920-1965

Scope and Content Note

Included here are the materials related to the production of Jastrow's publications, such as notes, manuscripts, typescripts, images and offprints. See also Box 63.
Box 17, Folder 1

Summary of dissertation, 1920

Physical Description: 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Published in Archäologischer Anzeiger 1920 in a section on dissertations, the publication of which was disrupted by the war.
Box 17, Folder 2-5

"Abformung und Typenwandel in der antiken Tonplastik," 1939-1952, undated

Scope and Content Note

Published in Opuscula Archaeologica2 (1939): 1-28. See also Box 63.
Box 17, Folder 2

Translation of frontispiece and pages 1 and 2, undated

Physical Description: 6 leaves
Box 17, Folder 3

List of offprint recipients, 1939

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box 17, Folder 4

Reviews, 1941-1952

Physical Description: 4 leaves, 1 offprint
Box 17, Folder 5

Notes, undated

Physical Description: 206 leaves
Box 63

Images, undated

Physical Description: 13 glass plate negatives, 1 acetate negative

Scope and Content Note

See also images from related lecture, Box 64.
Box 17, Folder 6-9

"Two terracotta reliefs in American musems," 1946, undated

Scope and Content Note

Published in the American Journal of Archaeology 50 (1946): 67-80.
Box 17, Folder 6

Offprints, 1946

Physical Description: 5 offprints, 1 leaf
Box 17, Folder 7-8

Research and notes, undated

Physical Description: 137 leaves, 1 offprint, 2 envelopes

Scope and Content Note

The folders retain Jastrow's separation of this material into two distinct sets of notes. The set in folder 7 includes single page from an early draft of the article.
Box 17, Folder 9

Figures, undated

Physical Description: 14 photographs
Box 17, Folder 10

Review of R.A. Higgins, Catalogue of the Terracottas in the ... British Museum, Vol. II, 1960-1961

Physical Description: 2 offprints, 6 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Published in the American Journal of Archaeology 65 (1961): 76-77; includes offprints, typescript and notes.
Box 17, Folder 11-13

Review of Herbert Hoffmann, Attic Red-Figured Rhyta, 1960-1965

Scope and Content Note

Published in the American Journal of Archaeology 69 (1965): 77-78.
Box 17, Folder 11

Offprints, 1965

Physical Description: 22 offprints
Box 17, Folder 12

Typescripts and proofs, 1964

Physical Description: 14 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Richard Stillwell regarding late proofs.
Box 17, Folder 13

Notes, 1960-1965

Physical Description: 42 leaves, 2 photographs
Box 17, Folder 14-15

Research project reports, 1934-1935

Box 17, Folder 14

Reports to the American Association of University Women, 1934-1935

Physical Description: 59 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Series of reports documenting Jastrow's progress while funded by the AAUW fellowship; includes copy of letter of support from Ludwig Curtius.
Box 17, Folder 15

Project report sent to Italian museums, 1934

Physical Description: 5 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Summary of Jastrow's research on terracotta arulae, sent as an enclosure along with her requests for access to material.
Box 18

Lectures, 1946-1960, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60* and Boxes 64-65.
Box 18, Folder 1-4

Karl Friedrich Schinkel, 1946-1960

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow delivered a paper entitled "Vision of Greece in 1825" focusing on Schinkel at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in December 1946, but also appears to have continued her research on the topic. See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 18, Folder 1-4

Research material, 1946-1960

Physical Description: 80 leaves, 70 photographs, 1 offprint, 3 fascicles
Box 60*, Folder 3

Oversize research material, undated

Physical Description: 12 items
Box 18, Folder 5

Overcasting of terracottas, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 64.
Box 18, Folder 5

Text,

Physical Description: 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes incomplete text with slide key and sheet with translation of terms from German into English.
Box 64

Slides,

Physical Description: 32 glass lantern slides, 1 35 mm slide

Scope and Content Note

Text appears to call for 29 images, extra slides housed here may not belong with this lecture.
Box 65, Folder 1

Slides for unidentified lecture on arulae, undated

Physical Description: 15 glass lantern slides

Scope and Content Note

Set of slides numbered 1-16, with 10 lacking.
Box 19-36

Research materials for arulae and related topics, 1874-1966, bulk 1924-1960

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*, Box 66 and Flat file folder 2**.
Box 19-27

Inventory cards, undated

Scope and Content Note

The organization of the inventory cards presented here retains Jastrow's arrangement and box labeling. There are two sets of cards. Four boxes labeled "A-D" appear to represent Jastrow's active research, while two boxes labeled "Old Reference Notes A-B" represent an earlier stage. The arrangement of the cards in Boxes A, B and the early portion of Box C roughly follows the section headings of Jastrow's "Tonaltärchen" manuscript. The cards in the later portion of Box C and the early portion of Box D are organized by Dressel numbers, whereas the later portion of Box D is organized by current holding institution. At the beginning of each box, there is some out of place material, presumably meant to be properly filed at a later point.
Box 19-20

Box A

Physical Description: 360 cards and leaves with 257 photographs and 35 drawings attached, 40 loose photographs, 1 loose drawing
Box 21-22

Box B

Physical Description: 302 cards and leaves with 183 photographs and 17 drawings attached, 35 loose photographs, 4 loose drawings, 1 notebook
Box 23

Box C

Physical Description: 196 cards and leaves with 125 photographs and 23 drawings attached, 31 loose photographs, 4 loose drawings
Box 24

Box D

Physical Description: 224 cards and leaves with 66 photographs and 10 drawings attached, 81 loose photographs, 1 loose drawing
Box 25

Old Reference Notes A

Physical Description: 671 cards and leaves with 9 photographs and 59 drawings attached, 64 loose photographs, 13 loose drawings
Box 26-27

Old Reference Notes B

Physical Description: 943 cards and leaves with 26 photographs and 23 drawings attached, 30 loose photographs, 11 loose drawings
Box 28-33

Notes, 1924-1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

In addition to the inventory cards, Jastrow amassed large quantities of further notes related to her study of arulae. The organization here again preserves Jastrow's arrangement of the material. Jastrow organized these notes in differing ways, providing varied access to the material. Jastrow's different groupings include notes keyed to her manuscript and notes arranged by current location, by the date of her research, primarily notebooks from research trips, and by topic.
See also oversize Box 60*, Box 66 and Flat file folder 2**.
Box 28, Folder 1-6

Notes keyed to "Tonaltärchen" text, undated

Box 28, Folder 1-5

Katalog Part I: Magna Graecia

Physical Description: 304 leaves, 132 photographs, 10 drawings
Box 28, Folder 6

Esquiline Group

Physical Description: 131 leaves, 22 photographs, 1 drawing
Box 29

Notes arranged by location, 1930-1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

The arrangement is related to the current location of the object, with the exception of the final entry on Greece, where it is tied to the findspot. See also oversize Box 60* and Flat file folder 2**.
Box 29, Folder 1

Amsterdam, Allard Pierson Museum, undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box 29, Folder 2

Bari, 1932, undated

Physical Description: 3 leaves
Box 29, Folder 3

Berlin, 1936-1938

Physical Description: 16 leaves
Box 29, Folder 4

Capua, undated

Physical Description: 7 leaves
Box 29, Folder 5

Göttingen, undated

Physical Description: 4 leaves
Box 29, Folder 6

Lucera, 1934-1966, undated

Physical Description: 70 leaves
Box 29, Folder 7

Naples, 1960

Physical Description: 2 leaves, 2 photographs
Box 29, Folder 8

New York, undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box 29, Folder 9

Oxford, 1930

Physical Description: 3 leaves
Box 29, Folder 10

Paestum, undated

Physical Description: 18 leaves
Box 29, Folder 11

Palermo, 1934-1935, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 29, Folder 11

Notes,

Physical Description: 64 leaves, 14 photographs, 3 drawings
Box 60*, Folder 4

Oversize notes,

Physical Description: 1 leaf with 1 photograph and 2 drawings attached
Flat file folder FF2**

Paris, undated

Physical Description: 2 leaves
Box 29, Folder 12

Reggio di Calabria, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 29, Folder 12

Research material, undated

Physical Description: 15 photographs
Box 60*, Folder 5

Oversize research material, undated

Physical Description: 2 leaves
Box 29, Folder 13

Syracuse, 1963, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 29, Folder 13

Notes, 1963, undated

Physical Description: 7 leaves, 11 photographs
Box 60*, Folder 6

Oversize notes, undated

Physical Description: 2 leaves
Box 29, Folder 14

Taranto, 1937

Physical Description: 1 leaf, 6 photographs
Box 29, Folder 15

Trieste, 1932

Physical Description: 9 leaves
Box 29, Folder 16-17

Altars in Greece, 1934-1935, undated

Physical Description: 27 leaves, 96 photographs, 1 notebook

Scope and Content Note

Material from Sounion, Tanagra, Korfu, Tegea, Athens, Olynthos, Corinth and Perachora; includes two letters from Humfry Payne to Paul Jacobsthal regarding arulae from Perachora.
Box 30-31

Notes arranged by date, 1924-1965

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60*.
Box 30, Folder 1

1924

Physical Description: 3 notebooks with 4 inserted leaves and 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Includes material from Taranto, Cotrone, Reggio, Catania, Syracuse and Rome; the back section of the second notebook has material from Greek sites, including Sparta, Corinth, Epidauros, Nauplion.
Box 30, Folder 2-3

1933-1934

Physical Description: 4 notebooks with 6 inserted leaves, 32 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes material from Udine, Geneva, and Naples; Bari, Taranto, Materra, Ruvo and Lucera; Reggio, Locri; Syracuse, Catania, Enna, Palermo, Potenza and Agrigento. Also includes material relating to the logistics of Jastrow's 1934 research trip to Italy: permission lists, overview of project, letter from the DAI, and expenses.
Box 60*, Folder 7

1934

Physical Description: 6 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes material from Taranto, Cotrone, Reggio, Locri, Syracuse and Palermo.
Box 30, Folder 4

1935-1936

Physical Description: 2 notebooks with 1 inserted leaf

Scope and Content Note

Notes on arulae in Rome.
Box 30, Folder 5

1937

Physical Description: 1 notebook with 4 inserted leaves

Scope and Content Note

Notes on arulae in Taranto, Reggio, Capua.
Box 30, Folder 6

1938

Physical Description: 1 notebook with 3 inserted leaves, 6 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Includes Ferrara, Este, Ancona, Naples.
Box 30, Folder 7

1946

Physical Description: 83 leaves, 1 notebook

Scope and Content Note

General research and bibliography.
Box 30, Folder 8

1950

Physical Description: 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Notes on arulae in Paris.
Box 30, Folder 9

1956

Physical Description: 20 leaves, 2 notebooks, 1 photograph, 1 pamphlet

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes on Reggio and Cotrone.
Box 31, Folder 1

1957

Physical Description: 48 leaves

Scope and Content Note

General research and bibliography.
Box 31, Folder 2

1959

Physical Description: 4 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Research in Greece.
Box 31, Folder 3

1960

Physical Description: 38 leaves, 2 notebooks, 10 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Includes material in Basel, Naples, Reggio and Capua.
Box 31, Folder 4

1963

Physical Description: 45 leaves, 1 notebook, 2 photographs, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes material from Athens, Lemnos, Megara Hyblaea, Syracuse, Naples and Rome.
Box 31, Folder 5

1964

Physical Description: 7 leaves, 4 postcards

Scope and Content Note

General research and bibliography.
Box 31, Folder 6

1965

Physical Description: 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

General research and bibliography.
Box 32, Folder 1-9

Notes arranged by topic, 1924-1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

Topics include earlier scholarship, form, technique and iconography.
Box 32, Folder 1

Nachtrage zu Dressel, 1924-1937

Physical Description: 41 leaves, 24 photographs, 4 drawings
Box 32, Folder 2

Kastchen, 1952-1956, 1966, undated

Physical Description: 140 leaves, 11 photographs
Box 32, Folder 3

Ornament and form, 1966, undated

Physical Description: 25 leaves, 5 photographs
Box 32, Folder 4

Technique, 1966, undated

Physical Description: 3 leaves
Box 32, Folder 5

Interpretation and style, 1966, undated

Physical Description: 36 leaves, 1 photograph, 1 drawing
Box 32, Folder 6

Tierkampf, undated

Physical Description: 5 leaves, 5 photographs
Box 32, Folder 7

Mysteries, undated

Physical Description: 13 leaves
Box 32, Folder 8

Find circumstances, undated

Physical Description: 6 leaves
Box 32, Folder 9

Research on head-vases, undated

Physical Description: 12 leaves, 19 photographs
Box 33, Folder 1-3

Miscellaneous notes and research, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 60* and Boxes 65-66.
Box 33, Folder 1-3

Notes

Physical Description: 187 leaves, 50 photographs, 3 drawings
Box 60*, Folder 8

Oversize notes

Physical Description: 4 leaves
Box 65, Folder 2

Slides

Physical Description: 3 glass lantern slides
Box 66, Folder 1

Images

Physical Description: 7 negatives
Box 33, Folder 4

Inventory list and number concordance, 1936

Physical Description: 9 notebooks
Box 34-35

Comparanda, 1936, undated

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow compiled sets of comparanda for her arulae. Again the arrangement of the material presented here follows Jastrow's. She had separated the material into general unidentified sets of comparanda and those with a topic, either related to location, form, style or iconography.
Box 34, Folder 1-8

General sets of comparative photographs, undated

Physical Description: 250 photographs, 76 leaves, 4 drawings

Scope and Content Note

Six unidentified sets of comparanda. The first set is housed in folders 1-3; folders 4-8 each hold one set.
Box 35, Folder 1

Subject, undated

Physical Description: 42 photographs, 15 leaves, 1 offprint
Box 35, Folder 2

Style and interpretation, undated

Physical Description: 31 photographs, 51 leaves, 1 drawing
Box 35, Folder 3

Material from Locri, Palermo, Reggio and Tarentum, undated

Physical Description: 72 photographs, 8 leaves
Box 35, Folder 4

Material from Athens, 1936

Physical Description: 18 photographs, 1 envelope
Box 35, Folder 5

Comparative and interpretive, undated

Physical Description: 12 leaves, 44 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Actually a combination of location, form and subject sorting.
Box 36, Folder 1-26

Offprints and publications, 1874-1960, bulk 1917-1960

Physical Description: 30 articles
 

Series III.  Teaching materials, circa 1910-1964, bulk 1941-1961

Physical Description: 5.1 linear feet 9 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Elisabeth Jastrow's teaching materials from her tenure at the Women's College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro comprise this series. Lecture notes for Jastrow's courses form the first portion of the series. Included here are texts for her lectures, completely written out for the most part, as well as some supplementary material. The second portion of the series contains the visual material, both study prints and slides, used by Jastrow for her classes. Very little of the material in this series is specifically dated, but the majority can be roughly dated to the period from 1941 to 1961.
Box 37-40, 61*, 66

Course notes, 1941-1961

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61* and Box 66.
Box 37, Folder 1-2

Art 103: Introduction to Art

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61* and Box 66.
Box 37, Folder 1-2

Lecture notes,

Physical Description: 133 leaves
Box 61*, Folder 1

Oversize supplementary material,

Physical Description: 3 clippings

Scope and Content Note

The Warren Brandt clipping was preliminary, the figure skating clipping is from lecture 5, and the landscape painting article is from lecture 10.
Box 66, Folder 2

Images, undated

Physical Description: 1 color transparency

Scope and Content Note

From lecture 19.
Box 37, Folder 3

Art 329: Primitive Art

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61*.
Box 37, Folder 3

Lecture notes,

Physical Description: 87 leaves, 1 booklet
Box 61*, Folder 2

Oversize supplementary material,

Physical Description: 1 clipping

Scope and Content Note

From lecture 1.
Box 37, Folder 4-6

Art 330: Ancient Art

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61*.
Box 37, Folder 4-6

Lecture notes,

Physical Description: 422 leaves, 1 booklet
Box 61*, Folder 3

Oversize supplementary material,

Physical Description: 6 clippings
Box 38, Folder 1

Art 334: Asian Art

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61*.
Box 38, Folder 1

Lecture notes,

Physical Description: 151 leaves
Box 61*, Folder 4

Oversize supplementary material,

Physical Description: 4 clippings

Scope and Content Note

Iraq clippings from lectures10-11; Japan clipping from lecture 34.
Box 38, Folder 2

Art 339: Ancient art of the Americas: lecture notes

Physical Description: 191 leaves
Box 38, Folder 3

Art 341: Medieval Art

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 61*.
Box 38, Folder 3

Lecture notes,

Physical Description: 223 leaves
Box 61*, Folder 5

Oversize supplementary material,

Physical Description: 1 clipping

Scope and Content Note

Clipping from lecture 24-25.
Box 38, Folder 4

Art 343: Greek and Roman Art: lecture notes

Physical Description: 20 leaves
Box 38, Folder 5

Art 345: Masterpieces of Art: lecture notes

Physical Description: 274 leaves
Box 39, Folder 1-2

Art 349: Art of the Renaissance Period in Italy: lecture notes

Physical Description: 395 leaves
Box 39, Folder 3

Art 350: Western European Art of the Renaissance Period: lecture notes

Physical Description: 148 leaves
Box 40, Folder 1-2

Greek and Roman art notes

Scope and Content Note

Labeled by Jastrow as her old Greek and Roman notes.
Box 40, Folder 1

Greek notes,

Physical Description: 184 leaves
Box 40, Folder 2

Roman notes,

Physical Description: 297 leaves
Box 40, Folder 3

Miscellaneous teaching materials

Physical Description: 81 leaves, 17 pamphlets, 2 catalogs, 1 map

Scope and Content Note

Bibliography, notes, lecture announcements and exhibition catalogs, with an emphasis on Asian art.
Box 41-43

Images for teaching, circa 1910, 1941-1964, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 66.
Box 41, Folder 1-12

University Prints sets, 1941-1964, undated

Box 41, Folder 1-2

Set G,

Physical Description: 242 leaves

Scope and Content Note

G1-31, G36-G245.
Box 41, Folder 3

Set GM,

Physical Description: 112 leaves

Scope and Content Note

GM1-107 (57, 62, 81, 95 lacking), GM266-274.
Box 41, Folder 4

Set K,

Physical Description: 58 leaves

Scope and Content Note

K1-43, K143-157.
Box 41, Folder 5

Set L,

Physical Description: 7 leaves

Scope and Content Note

L11, L13-15, L18, L70-71.
Box 41, Folder 6

Set MB,

Physical Description: 10 leaves

Scope and Content Note

MB13-22.
Box 41, Folder 7

Set MC,

Physical Description: 12 leaves

Scope and Content Note

MC1-11, MC35.
Box 41, Folder 8

Set MG,

Physical Description: 21 leaves

Scope and Content Note

MG8, MG18-28, MG37-42, MG46-47, MG328
Box 41, Folder 9

Set P,

Physical Description: 32 leaves

Scope and Content Note

P1-18, P91-99, P106-107, P116-118.
Box 41, Folder 10

Color set,

Physical Description: 36 leaves

Scope and Content Note

1001-1034.
Box 41, Folder 11

Miscellaneous,

Physical Description: 5 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes the Parthenon frieze, map of Italy, Sumerian statuettes (M195) and fresco in Orvieto (B251).
Box 41, Folder 12

Catalog, 1964

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet
Box 42, Folder 1-13

"Thompson charts" from Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, circa 1910, undated

Scope and Content Note

Images from A Graphic Companion to Greek and Roman Studies compiled by Anna Boynton Thompson, circa 1910 and distributed through the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Box 42, Folder 1

Key

Physical Description: 18 leaves
Box 42, Folder 2

"II. Mykenaean Age,"

Physical Description: 114 images
Box 42, Folder 3

"III. Dark Age,"

Physical Description: 42 images
Box 42, Folder 4

"IV. Education through commerce,"

Physical Description: 65 images
Box 42, Folder 5

"IVa,"

Physical Description: 29 images
Box 42, Folder 6

"V. Archaic Period,"

Physical Description: 83 images
Box 42, Folder 7

"Va,"

Physical Description: 27 images
Box 42, Folder 8

"VI. The Persian wars,"

Physical Description: 43 images
Box 42, Folder 9

"VII. Age of Cimon: the forerunners,"

Physical Description: 62 images
Box 42, Folder 10

"X. Struggle for hegemony: Scopas, Praxiteles,"

Physical Description: 37 images
Box 42, Folder 11

"Xa.,"

Physical Description: 15 images
Box 42, Folder 12

"XI. Alexander and hellenization of world: Lysippus,"

Physical Description: 87 images
Box 42, Folder 13

Miscellaneous,

Physical Description: 167 images
Box 43, Folder 1-4

Miscellaneous photographs of art, undated

Physical Description: 181 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Primarily photographs of Greek and Roman sculpture.
Box 66, Folder 3

Miscellaneous slides, undated

Physical Description: 68 slides

Scope and Content Note

Images of Ancient through Renaissance art.
Box 43, Folder 5

Slide catalogs, 1948-1961, undated

Physical Description: 5 pamphlets
Box 43, Folder 6

Miscellaneous teaching materials, 1961, undated

Physical Description: 2 items

Scope and Content Note

Notes regarding grading conflict; outline for how to look at a painting.
 

Series IV.  Miscellaneous professional papers, 1884-1967

Physical Description: 2.7 linear feet 7 boxes

Scope and Content Note

This series contains a range of Jastrow's miscellaneous professional papers. The majority of the material consists of offprints, clippings and other printed matter, which Jastrow accumulated over the years of her archaeological career. Of particular interest in this series, however, is the documentation of Jastrow's sculptural work, the other element of her professional life.
Box 44, Folder 1

Material relating to professional organizations, 1939-1967

Physical Description: 40 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes material from the Archaeological Institute of America, the College Art Association, and the Greensboro Historical Museum.
Box 44, Folder 2

Information on fellowhips and grants, 1936-1964

Physical Description: 7 leaves
Box 44, Folder 3

Sculptural commissions, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 67.
Box 44, Folder 3

General material relating to sculpture, undated

Physical Description: 1 card, 6 photographs, 1 leaf

Scope and Content Note

Includes card (with photograph missing) promoting Jastrow's sculptural work, both portraits and copies of sculpture or other objects. Also includes comparison photographs related to a cast (?) she did in Toronto and bibliography.
Box 67, Folder 1

Images, undated

Physical Description: 4 rolls of negatives

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of portrait heads, with a few frames of terracotta artifacts (?) interspersed.
Box 44, Folder 4

Memorials to colleagues, 1945, 1954, undated

Physical Description: 6 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Remembrances of Georg Loeschcke, with whom Jastrow had studied in Berlin and Gerhart Rodenwaldt; also includes appeal for funds for a portrait of Ludwig Curtius in honor of his 60th birthday.
Box 44, Folder 5

Photographic information and notes, undated

Physical Description: 3 booklets, 17 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes camera manuals, exposure tables, and Jastrow's notes.
Box 44, Folder 6

Card file specifications, undated

Physical Description: 6 leaves
Box 45-49

Offprints and publications, 1884-1964

Scope and Content Note

Primarily offprints on ancient topics sent by colleagues, but also some by scholars in other fields; also includes a small number of separated articles, photocopies and complete fascicles. For offprints specifically related to Jastrow's research on arulae, see above Series II. See also oversize Box 61*.
Box 45-49

Articles, 1884-1964

Physical Description: 187 items
Box 61*, Folder 6

Oversize article, 1909

Physical Description: 1 item
Box 61*, Folder 7

Clippings, 1941-1956, undated

Physical Description: 21 clippings
Box 44, Folder 7

Miscellaneous printed matter, 1884-1961

Physical Description: 15 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes texts of lectures by Loeschcke and Wilamowitz-Moellendorff; publication announcements; booklet describing the Warburg Institute; report on the excavations at Samothrace.
Box 44, Folder 8

General material relating to Greek and Roman antiquities, 1918-1963, undated

Physical Description: 2 leaves, 8 pamphlets, 29 postcards, 2 cards, 2 photographs
Box 44, Folder 9

Pottery sherd, undated

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

Single fragment of Greek pottery.
 

Series V. Personal papers, 1870-1971

Physical Description: 9.0 linear feet 11 boxes, 1 flat file folder

Scope and Content Note

Four main groups of material comprise Elisabeth Jastrow's personal papers. These include papers relating to her parents, Ignaz Jastrow and Anna Seligmann Jastrow, to her legal claims for restitution and compensation after the war, and finally her general personal papers.
Ignaz Jastrow (1856-1937) was a noted economist and historian. Preserved here are both material from his lifetime, such as copies of his letters and daybooks, and posthumous material. The latter represents Elisabeth dealing with her father's estate, such as the inventory of his library, as well as with publishers and authors in an effort to maintain her father's scholarly legacy. Anna Seligmann Jastrow immigrated to the United States in 1942 and lived with Elisabeth until her death in 1943. Her papers as preserved here are predominantly letters from that short interval, as well as a small amount of earlier correspondence and family material which she brought with her to America.
In January 1947, Jastrow initiated legal proceedings involving claims against Germany for restitution and compensation. The claims, which were based on her father's and mother's estates, included property, bank accounts and securities, discriminatory fees and taxation, withholding of royalties and pension payments. The proceedings slowly worked their way through the system over the next two decades to meet with only mixed success.
Jastrow's general personal papers include a wide range of material. The majority of these papers relate to her emigration from Germany and to financial matters, but items such as personal photographs, lists of Christmas gifts, and address and birthday books are also present.
Box 50-51

Material relating to Ignaz Jastrow, 1882-1966

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 62* and Box 67.
Box 50, Folder 1

Letters to his daughter Beate and her family, 1901-1936

Physical Description: 156 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Copies in digest form of Ignaz Jastrow's letters to Beate, her husband Franz Hahn and her children, includes notices of the death of Franz.
Box 50, Folder 2

Letters to Elisabeth, 1936-1937

Physical Description: 11 leaves
Box 67, Folder 2

Daybooks, 1883-1885

Physical Description: 1 roll microfilm
Box 50, Folder 3-7

Ignaz Jastrow's library and archive, 1937-1938, 1961

Box 50, Folder 3-4

Inventory of library, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 376 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Sorted by topic.
Box 50, Folder 5

Archiv für Verwaltungswissenschaft, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 5 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Summary and description of her father's archive.
Box 50, Folder 6

Correspondence regarding the sale of the library, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 11 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence between Elisabeth Jastrow and Arthur Salz.
Box 50, Folder 7

Correspondence relating to Ignaz Jastrow's archive, 1961

Physical Description: 11 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence between Elisabeth Jastrow and Beate Hahn regarding the archivist at the Bundesarchiv in Koblenz finding traces of their father's work.
Box 50, Folder 8

Weltgeschichte in einem Band, 1916-1966

Physical Description: 114 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Material relating primarily to proposed new edition and translations of Ignaz Jastrow's Weltgeschichte, including copies of contracts and copyright issues. Also includes correspondence with Beate and with Max Hirschberg regarding an Italian translation.
Box 50, Folder 9

Die Prinzipienfragen in den Aufwertungsdebatten, 1938, 1961

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 62*.
Box 50, Folder 9

General material 1938, 1961

Physical Description: 2 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter from publisher later used to substantiate valuation of estate; publication announcement and order form.
Box 62*, Folder 1

Oversize material, 1938

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box 50, Folder 10

Material regarding Ignaz Jastrow's bibliography, 1915-1957

Physical Description: 25 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with the Library of Congress.
Box 51, Folder 1-3

Articles honoring Ignaz Jastrow's 100th birthday, 1954-1958

Physical Description: 98 leaves, 2 photographs, 5 offprints

Scope and Content Note

Material related to articles by Fritz Redlich and Erich Eyck. Includes correspondence amongst Elisabeth, Beate, Frida Wunderlich, Walter Täuber, Max Hirschberg and the authors. Includes letter from Curt Victorius, thanking Jastrow for an offprint, as well as an obituary of Eyck.
Box 51, Folder 4-6

Copies of Ignaz Jastrow's publications, 1911-1937

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 62*.
Box 51, Folder 4-6

Offprints and articles, 1914-1937

Physical Description: 9 offprints
Box 62*, Folder 2

Newspaper clipping, 1911

Physical Description: 1 clipping
Box 51, Folder 7

General material regarding Ignaz Jastrow, 1882-1958

Physical Description: 15 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes copies of article by Frida Wunderlich, as well as a silhouette of her father lecturing.
Box 52

Material relating to Anna Seligmann Jastrow, 1870-1943

Box 52, Folder 1-3

Letters received, 1937-1943

Box 52, Folder 1

Beate Hahn, 1942-1943

Physical Description: 41 letters, 3 postcards, 1 card
Box 52, Folder 2-3

Other family and friends, 1937-1943

Physical Description: 56 letters, 1 postcard, 4 cards

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters from Elisabeth, the Hahn granddaughters, Charlotte and Cornelia, her sister-in-law, Henriette, as well as Elisabeth Freund, Maria Lederer, Anna Salomon and others.
Box 52, Folder 4-5

Packet of writings, 1870-1940, undated

Physical Description: 99 leaves, 2 notebooks

Scope and Content Note

Labeled as a packet which Anna Jastrow had left with Lene Härter when she fled Germany, and then had returned to her by Hannelore Howard. Includes writings and letters of Anna Jastrow and a small amount of early Aron-Härter correspondence, as well as correspondence and writings of Alexander Jastrow.
Box 52, Folder 6

Seligmann family history, undated

Physical Description: 134 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Typescript with page of notes added by Elisabeth Jastrow.
Box 52, Folder 7

Writings by Beate Hahn, 1937-1938

Physical Description: 56 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Typescripts of a novella, "Die Geschichte der Barbara Klink," and an untitled reminiscence on leaving the house on Bergstrasse.
Box 52, Folder 8

Miscellaneous material 1942, undated

Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter sent to Anna Silberberg in Havana, but returned undelivered; medical instructions, various addresses, card with poem, address book.
Box 53-57

Legal proceedings involving restitution and compensation claims, 1937-1971

Scope and Content Note

Included here is Elisabeth Jastrow's correspondence and documentation regarding her restitution and compensation claims. For much of this process, Jastrow was represented in Germany by Hans Burchard, who had been a friend of the family in Berlin before the war. As well as correspondence with Burchard and her subsequent German lawyers, related correspondence with her sister Beate, and to a lesser extent with Alice Witte, an accountant in New York, Marie Munk, a lawyer in Cambridge who handled restitution cases, and with Max Hirschberg is included here. Jastrow organized her claims material both chronologically and topically, and that arrangement is retained here. See also Box 66.
Box 53-55

Chronological files, 1947-1971

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 66.
Box 53, Folder 1

1947

Physical Description: 41 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes claims by Jastrow and initial responses of agencies and banks involved, as well as a letter from Max Hirschberg.
Box 53, 66

1948

Box 53, Folder 2

Correspondence and documentation

Physical Description: 25 leaves, 5 photostats

Scope and Content Note

Includes further responses of agencies involved, and correspondence with Burchard regarding his research in aid of her property restitution claim and copies of his correspondence with the concerned agencies, includes report of Willi Härter's death.
Box 66, Folder 4

Negatives for photostats of Burchard letters

Physical Description: 5 frames
Box 53, Folder 3

1949

Physical Description: 6 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Burchard sends information on the property and wonders why he hasn't heard from Jastrow, also wants to know why he is being contacted directly by agencies as her representative.
Box 53, Folder 4

1950

Physical Description: 16 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Burchard explains the stages of the claims process and repeatedly requests a power of attorney and other documents, which Jastrow finally sends; letter from Hirschberg states that he filed her claim.
Box 53, Folder 5

1951

Physical Description: 40 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Confusion over lost mail; discussion of Beate Hahn's involvement in the claim and then settlement of the matter; reports from Burchard on different elements of claims, including a compromise offer by the current owner of the property and suggestion by Burchard that the seemingly untracable securities may have been used for the Judenabgabe; Jastrow finally sends her power of attorney and other requested material.
Box 53, Folder 6

1952

Physical Description: 23 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Burchard sends report on the various claims and news that he located a bank account; Jastrow sends some requested information, including copies of documents relating to her father's salary.
Box 53, Folder 7

1953

Physical Description: 21 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow gets back the property, but must pay a small amount to the current owner; Jastrow says she can't afford that amount; Burchard may have a buyer for the property; also includes copies of letters from Jastrow to Alice Witte regarding her claims.
Box 53, Folder 8

1954

Physical Description: 53 leaves

Scope and Content Note

More problems with power of attorney; bargaining with potential buyer of the property. Also correspondence with Alice Witte and Marie Munk regarding her general claims and her German pension.
Box 53, Folder 9

1955

Physical Description: 59 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Property sold; exchanges with Burchard over the case for compensation for the securities; letter from Hirschberg regarding filing claim for Arons securities. Also correspondence with Alice Witte regarding German pension.
Box 53, Folder 10

1956

Physical Description: 68 leaves

Scope and Content Note

More discussion of securities case and her mother's financial status before her departure from Berlin; Jastrow combing through her mother's letters for clues; Burchard discover that Bendix acting for Anna Jastrow at the time; Burchard thinks it unlikely they can get restitution for the securities. Also correspondence with Marie Munk regarding her general claims and German pension.
Box 53, Folder 11

1957

Physical Description: 47 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Securities case to be heard in June; positive judgement on portion of claim; Jastrow contacts American Jewish restitution organizations for advice on her mother's expenses; also includes letter to Alice Witte regarding pension.
Box 53, Folder 12

1958

Physical Description: 64 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Various problems with a necessary form and related correspondence with Beate; Burchard going after costs of emigration and discriminatory taxes; discussion of whether money would be paid into an account in the United States or in Germany. Also correspondence with Marie Munk regarding German banks.
Box 53, Folder 13

1959

Physical Description: 8 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Burchard informs Jastrow that she has been awarded compensation for the securities and discusses his fee.
Box 54, Folder 1

1960

Physical Description: 7 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Compensation will be forthcoming for her mother's pension.
Box 54, Folder 2

1961

Physical Description: 81 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Jastrow sends Burchard documentation of her mother's travel expenses, information concerning confiscated jewelry and silver, and transport costs; Burchard is retiring.
Box 54, Folder 3-4

1962

Physical Description: 195 leaves

Scope and Content Note

New lawyer, Paul-Michael von Broecker, takes over the case; payment received for part of the claim; extensive correpondence concerning the valuation of her mother and father's household goods.
Box 54, 66

1963

Box 54, Folder 5

Documentation and correspondence

Physical Description: 117 leaves 4 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Further documentation of the value of her mother and father's household goods; receives compensation for emigration costs.
Box 66, Folder 5

Negatives of photographs in documentation

Physical Description: 5 negatives
Box 54, Folder 6

1964

Physical Description: 80 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Broecker moving ahead on silver and jewelry claim.
Box 54, Folder 7

1965

Physical Description: 117 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Discussion of problems with earlier filings in the case; copy of the silver list; final exclusion of the silver case.
Box 55, Folder 1

1966

Physical Description: 89 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Broecker has nothing new to report; changes in the way her pension would be paid; correspondence with the German Consulate in Atlanta over certification.
Box 55, Folder 2

1967

Physical Description: 26 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Regarding monthly pension payments from Germany.
Box 55, Folder 3

1970

Physical Description: 24 leaves

Scope and Content Note

New lawyers take over the practice, review file and say there is no point in further attempts at restitution or compensation; also includes copies of original filing.
Box 55, Folder 4

1971

Physical Description: 2 leaves

Scope and Content Note

New lawyers want to close the case.
Box 56-57

Topic files, 1937-1970

Box 56, Folder 1-4

Documentation of claims relating to Anna Jastrow, 1937-1965

Physical Description: 341 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Documentation of Anna Jastrow's finances, forced sale of property, illegal taxation, Ignaz Jastrow's estate, emigration expenses, and emigration expenses paid for Elisabeth. Includes original correspondence and receipts, as well as summaries drawn up by Jastrow for submission to Burchard, as well as a copy of Ignaz Jastrow's death certificate.
Box 57, Folder 1

Regarding power of attorney, 1951-1963

Physical Description: 23 leaves
Box 57, Folder 2

Correspondence with Beate regarding her renunciation of restitution and compensation and regarding power of attorney, 1940-1970

Physical Description: 45 leaves
Box 57, Folder 3

Documentation of German statutes regarding compensation, 1952-1965

Physical Description: 5 items
Box 57, Folder 4

Old notes on inheritance claim, 1938-1964

Physical Description: 44 leaves
Box 57, Folder 5

Documentation of settlements, 1949-1963

Physical Description: 59 leaves
Box 57, Folder 6

Legal fees, undated

Physical Description: 4 leaves
Box 57, Folder 7

Miscellaneous material related to legal proceedings, 1946-1969

Physical Description: 41 leaves
Box 58-59

General personal papers, 1879-1966, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize Box 62* and Flat file folder FF3**.
Box 58, FF3**

Emigration from Germany, 1938-1959

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder FF3**.
Box 58, Folder 1

Documentation and correspondence, 1938-1959

Physical Description: 78 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Elsa Brinckmann and Bruno Bendix.
Flat file folder FF3**

Customs declaration, 1942

Physical Description: 1 leaf
Box 58, Folder 2-9

Financial matters, 1879-1966

Box 58, Folder 2

Employment, 1942-1952, undated

Physical Description: 13 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes applications for federal employment, information on fellowships, and packet from the Special Libraries Association.
Box 58, Folder 3

Insurance, 1952-1955

Physical Description: 14 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes both policies and informational material relating to health and property insurance.
Box 58, Folder 4

Investments, 1947-1957

Physical Description: 23 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Primarily informational materials, copy of application and correspondence with TIAA/CREF regarding a retirement annuity.
Box 58, Folder 5

Estate of Esther Mendelsohn, 1879-1945

Physical Description: 26 leaves, 1 book cover

Scope and Content Note

Materials regarding Jastrow's inheritance from her aunt, Esther Mendelsohn, also includes Mendelsohn's marriage certificate.
Box 58, Folder 6

Taxes, 1954-1964,

Physical Description: 16 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence with Fritz Arnold regarding taxes.
Box 58, Folder 7

Contents of safe, undated,

Physical Description: 2 leaves
Box 58, Folder 8

Retirement, 1951-1966,

Physical Description: 2 booklets, 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes booklet on Social Security benefits and information on the National Lutheran Home for the Aged.
Box 58, Folder 9

General banking and financial matters, 1944-1966

Physical Description: 3 booklets of check stubs, 2 savings books, 42 leaves
Box 58, Folder 10

Apartment, 1944-1946, 1964-1965

Physical Description: 12 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes rent control materials and repair bill.
Box 58, Folder 11

Car, 1941-1949

Physical Description: 16 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes invoice for purchase of car, registrations, loan and insurance documents and driver's licence.
Box 58, Folder 12

"Chicago Appeal," 1945-1946

Physical Description: 11 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Regarding post-war relief to Germany.
Box 58, Folder 13

Biographies of high school classmates, 1959

Physical Description: 24 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Compiled for the 50th anniversary of Jastrow's graduation, includes autobiographical sketch by Jastrow.
Box 58, Folder 14

Christmas lists, 1963-1965

Physical Description: 11 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Lists of cards and gifts.
Box 58, Folder 15

Travel brochures and documentation, 1963-1966, undated

Physical Description: 14 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes currency converter, train (?) schedules, vacation brochures, lodging arrangements.
Box 59, Folder 1

Photographs, 1923-1928, 1964, undated

Physical Description: 21 photographs, 2 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of unidentified individuals and locations.
Box 59, Folder 2

Visiting cards, undated

Physical Description: 24 items
Box 59, Folder 3

Birthday book, undated

Physical Description: 1 book with 3 inserted leaves

Scope and Content Note

Also includes death dates.
Box 59, Folder 4-5

Addresses and telephone numbers, undated

Physical Description: 1 book, 69 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes address book with numerous inserted leaves, as well as other loose addresses.
Box 62*, Folder 3

Vignettes of Rome, undated

Physical Description: 2 etchings, 10 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Two pages cut from an unidentified book with vignettes at the base of pages of text; includes Jastrow's notes attempting to identify the prints.
Box 62*, Folder 4

Clippings, 1940-1966

Physical Description: 12 clippings

Scope and Content Note

Includes clippings relating to Elsa Ulich, Frank Taussig, Elizabeth Freund, Else Staudinger and other topics.
Box 59, Folder 6-7

Miscellaneous, undated

Physical Description: 53 items