Papers of Karen Kuykendall, 1923-1982 (bulk 1971-1978).


Kuykendall, Karen. Papers of Karen Kuykendall, 1923-1982 (bulk 1971-1978).

Papers of Karen Kuykendall, 1923-1982 (bulk 1971-1978).

Historical materials relating to Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich, with emphasis on the character and personality of Adolf Hitler, and the decorative arts and relics of the Third Reich. Includes chiefly clippings, political cartoons, articles, posters, photographs, and miscellaneous memorabilia, 1923-1971. Also includes correspondence and questionnaires from interviews by Karen Kuykendall with individuals who knew Adolf Hitler, including Arno Breker, Gerhard Engel, Hermann Giesler, Heinrich Heim, Richard Schulze-Kossens, Dr. Werner Naumann, Albert Speer, and Gerdy Troost, 1971-1978.

7.0 linear ft. (5 boxes, 9 v.)



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Engel, Gerhard, 1934- (person)

Marcus, Edwin, 1885-1961 (person)

Troost, Gerdy. (person)

Heim, Heinrich (person)

Schulze-Kossens, R. (Richard), 1914- (person)

Toland, John, 1670-1722 (person)

Hasselbach, Hans Karl von (person)

Bird, Kenneth, 1916-1993 (person)

Speer, Albert, 1905-1981 (person)

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Giesler, Herman, 1898- (person)

Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945 (person)

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Breker, Arno, 1900-1991 (person)

Kuykendall, Karen. (person)

Szyk, Arthur, 1894-1951 (person)

Polish-born artist, illuminator, and cartoonist; recipient of the George Washington Bicentennial Medal for Washington and His Times in 1934; U.S. resident after 1940 and U.S. citizen after 1948. From the description of Washington and his times : color offset lithographs, 1932. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864983 Polish artist. From the description of Arthur Szyk artworks, 1931-1941. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872830 ...

Naumann, Werner 1935- (person)