Julius Morgenroth Collection 1843-1954 bulk 1868-1925


Julius Morgenroth Collection 1843-1954 bulk 1868-1925

This collection contains a large number of letters from the immunologist Julius Morgenroth to his family, especially to his wife Getrude née Bejach.Correspondence from other family members and professional acquaintances is also present, as are some photographs and a small number of personal and professional papers.




SNAC Resource ID: 6346610

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Robert Koch-Institut

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Morgenroth, Julius, 1871-1924.

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Born in Bamberg in 1871, Morgenroth collaborated closely with Paul Ehrlich during the early 20th century and was the director of the Department for Infectious Diseases at the Robert Koch Institute in Berlin. Morgenroth died in 1924. From the guide to the Julius Morgenroth Collection, 1843-1954, bulk 1868-1925, (Leo Baeck Institute Archives) ...

Morgenroth, Gertrude, 1884-

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Morgenroth, Henriette, 1849-1923

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Ochs, Siegfried

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Born in Frankfurt in 1858, Siegfried Ochs first studied medicine and chemistry before devoting himself entirely to music. In 1882, he founded the Philharmonischer Chor Berlin (Berlin Philharmonic Choir), which soon became renowned as one of the finest choral groups in Germany. He died in Berlin in 1929. From the guide to the Siegfried Ochs Collection, 1888-1922, (Leo Baeck Institute Archives) ...

Lassalle, Ferdinand, 1825-1864

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Ferdinand Lassalle was a German "scientific" socialist who took part in the German Revolutions of 1848, founded the Democratic Socialist Party, and In 1862 proposed a theory (Lassalleanism) in opposition to Marxism. Lassalle believed that the proletariat represented community, solidarity of interest, and reciprocity of interest. He argued, therefore, that the cause of the workers is the cause of humanity; when the proletariat gains political supremacy, a higher degree of morality, culture, and s...