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Title Correspondence from Carl Schurz to Paul Liandau
Author Schurz, Carl
Date 15 Oct-9 Dec 1887
Document Type Correspondence
Reference MSS 79, Box 1, Folder 9
Library / Archive Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Collection Name National Carl Schurz Association Collection on Carl Schurz, 1843-1965
Description Schurz writes to Liandau about old letters and poems that Mr Katzenstein is in possession of and his intention to publish them. Katzenstein has offered to sell them back to Schurz; a proposition that Schurz discusses with Liandau. There are also some blank letter-headed stationary from the Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation.
Series Description This collection was separated from the records of the National Carl Schurz Association. It contains scattered writings by Schurz; letters by Schurz's mentor, Gottfried Kinkel; biographical writings about Schurz and members of his family; and letters and telegrams concerning the celebration of Schurz's seventieth birthday.
Biographical Note / History Carl Schurz was born in Liblar, near Cologne, Prussia. After participating in the 1848-1849 German Revolution, he immigrated to the United States with his wife Margarethe in 1852. They settled in Wisconsin, where Schurz was admitted to the bar and became active in Republican Party politics. He served as American minister to Spain in 1861-1862, as a general in the Union Army from 1862-1864, was elected to the Senate from Missouri in 1868, and served as Secretary of the Interior in 1877-1881. Throughout his career he was an active spokesman for the German-American community.
Theme(s) Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
Places Berlin, Germany; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Nationality German
People Schurz, Carl; Liandau, Paul
Keywords blackmail, publishing, friendship, newspaper
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania catalogue.
Language German; English
Copyright Historical Society of Pennsylvania