Papers of Hildegard Nagel


Nagel, Hildegard, 1886-1985. Papers of Hildegard Nagel, 1868-1985 (bulk 1868-1886).

Papers of Hildegard Nagel

1868-1985 (bulk 1868-1886)

The bulk of the collection centers on family members in Nagel's mother's and grandmother's generations; it includes a memoir in German by Frederika (Dembitz) Brandeis (Nagel's maternal grandmother), and letters to Louis D. Brandeis from his sister, Fanny (Brandeis) Nagel. Hildegard Nagel is represented by correspondence and by poems, essays, a play entitled Call It a Day, and papers and talks written for the APCNY.

.42 linear feet (1 file box)

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