Papers, 1835-1980.


Papers, 1835-1980.

Papers documenting the personal and business life of Sigrid Schultz, an American-born foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune who served as bureau chief in Berlin from 1926 to 1941, and was an author, radio broadcaster, and lecturer. Included also are materials generated by her parents, Hermann and Hedwig Schultz, and by her maternal forebears, the Jaskewitz family.

17.0 c.f. (51 archives boxes, 2 flat boxes),1 reel of microfilm (35mm),1 tape recording, and687 photographs; plusadditions of 2.5 c.f.,3611 photographs, and92 negatives.

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