Ottilie von Goethe papers
Papers of Ottilie von Goethe, German literary figure and daughter-in-law of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Includes her diaries, 1840-1867, kept while residing in Italy, Weimar, Berlin, and Dresden; correspondence with her mother, Henriette von Pogwisch, 1834-1839; and essays and poems. Also unpublished contributions to "Chaos" magazine, and correspondence and writings of other family members -- Alma von Goethe, August von Goethe, Wolfgang von Goethe, Henriette von Pogwisch, and Ulrike von Pogwisch. In addition there are several boxes containing copies of Goethe manuscripts in other repositories, copies of "Chaos" submissions with notes by Goethe scholar Heinz Bluhm, and typed English translations of the diaries.
- Creation: 1811-1867
- Goethe, Ottilie von, 1796-1872 (Person)
Materials are primarily in German.
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4 Linear Feet (10 boxes)
Vault 40 7
- Goethe, Alma Sedina von, 1827-1844 (Person)
- Goethe, August von, 1789-1830 (Person)
- Goethe, Wolfgang Maximilian von, 1820-1883 (Person)
- Pogwisch, Henriette, Freifrau von, 1766-1851 (Person)
- Pogwisch, Ulrike von, 1798-1875 (Person)
- Kurt L. Schwarz Rare Books and Fine Prints (Bookseller, Organization)
- Ottilie von Goethe papers, 1811-1867
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