Dankmar Adler papers, 1857-1984.


Dankmar Adler papers, 1857-1984.

Clippings, books and articles, correspondence, and some photographs and genealogical materials relating to Dankmar Adler and his family.

6 linear feet (11 boxes and 1 oversize box)




SNAC Resource ID: 7135028

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