Leo Lowenthal papers, 1933-1969


Leo Lowenthal papers, 1933-1969


Correspondence and other papers of the German sociologist Leo Löwenthal. Chiefly correspondence between Löwenthal and Adorno, Horkheimer, and Friedrich Pollock, along with correspondence and scattered writings of each of the above. Other persons represented include: Samuel H. Flowerman, Alice H. Maier, Margot von Mendelssohn, and Franz Neumann. Also materials pertaining to the Institute of Social Research, including correspondence about studies at the Institute and its relationship with Columbia University; as well as speeches, position statements, correspondence documenting the reopening of the Institut in Frankfurt in 1949.

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