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Walter M. Goldschmidt Papers

Identifier: WUA-06-wua00510
Scope and Contents The Walter M. Goldschmidt Papers includes approximately 400 letters written by Goldschmidt to his parents, Herman and Gertie Goldschmidt, during his time in the European Civil Affairs Division, 1943-1946, in England, France, Belgium and Germany. Topics of note include a visit to the Goldschmidt hometown in Biebesheim, Germany, the concentration camp in Flossenbürg, Germany, and finding the parents of Fred Katz in Brussels. (Katz was living with Goldschmidt's parents in Chicago after fleeing...

Washington University Memorial Association Records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WUA-01-wua00065
Scope and Contents This collection includes meeting minutes, correspondence with members, and fundraising materials of the Washington University Memorial Association (WUMA).  The major work of the Association included installation of a memorial plaque on Ridgley Hall to honor alumni and student who died in World War I, planting a dozen elm trees on campus and erecting a bronze tablet to honor Professor Calvin Woodward after his death, and commissioning a series of portraits to honor Chancellors of the...