Julius Heilbron and family papers, 1876-1970.


Heilbron, Julius, 1860-1940. Julius Heilbron and family papers, 1876-1970.

Julius Heilbron and family papers, 1876-1970.

Legal papers and letters (1876-1880) relating to Heilbron's emigration from Germany and a diary he kept on the journey (1880); a record of band concerts in St. Paul, Minnesota (1887-1891); letters on the Spanish-American War (1898) and on conditions in Europe following World War I (1918); and articles and correspondence of his daughter Bertha, a member of the Minnesota Historical Society's staff, on many aspects of Minnesota history, including frontier artists, Norwegian emigration to the U.S. (1928), the Paul Bunyan legend (1940-1941), frontier celebrations in Minnesota, St. Paul's Jewish community (1953), Daniel D. Emmett (1857-1916), Julius Austrian (1951-1955), Adolph Hoeffler (1952), and the death (1970) of Elizabeth (Mrs. Solon J.) Buck.

13.0 cu. ft. (11 boxes).



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