Siegfried Jacoby Family Collection
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1933-1945 , Archival Materials , Argentina , Authors , Bunzl, Ursula, 1907-? , Correspondence , Emigration and immigration , Family life , Herbaria , Jacoby family , Jacoby, Siegfried , Manuscripts , Translators

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Siegfried Jacoby Family Collection

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Bunzl, Thomas

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Book

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This collection contains the papers of members of the Siegfried Jacoby family, depicting the family's private lives as well as their literary work. Most prominent among the papers here are many unpubl

Siegfried Jacoby was born on February 2, 1877 in Marggrabowa, East Prussia (now Olecko, Poland). He lived in Berlin, where he worked as an advertiser and businessman under the nomme de travail "Fritz

In October 1932, Ursel married Max Bunzl, son of the Viennese Kommerzialrat Martin and Margrete (Grete) Bunzl. Max worked for his father's company. Ursel and Max lived in Frankfurt am Main and thereaf

In 1939, Selma and Siegfried Jacoby left Germany, travelling like their daughter to London. Later that year, the Jacobys joined their daughter and grandson in Argentina. The Jacoby-Bunzls lived in Bue

Little information is available about the Jacobys or Bunzls after the war. In 1947, Ursula returned to Europe, although it is unclear where. By the 1960s she had moved to London. The fate of her paren

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1933-1945 , Archival Materials , Argentina , Authors , Bunzl, Ursula, 1907-? , Correspondence , Emigration and immigration , Family life , Herbaria , Jacoby family , Jacoby, Siegfried , Manuscripts , Translators

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%Z This collection contains the papers of members of the Siegfried Jacoby family, depicting the family's private lives as well as their literary work. Most prominent among the papers here are many unpubl --- Siegfried Jacoby was born on February 2, 1877 in Marggrabowa, East Prussia (now Olecko, Poland). He lived in Berlin, where he worked as an advertiser and businessman under the nomme de travail "Fritz --- In October 1932, Ursel married Max Bunzl, son of the Viennese Kommerzialrat Martin and Margrete (Grete) Bunzl. Max worked for his father's company. Ursel and Max lived in Frankfurt am Main and thereaf --- In 1939, Selma and Siegfried Jacoby left Germany, travelling like their daughter to London. Later that year, the Jacobys joined their daughter and grandson in Argentina. The Jacoby-Bunzls lived in Bue --- Little information is available about the Jacobys or Bunzls after the war. In 1947, Ursula returned to Europe, although it is unclear where. By the 1960s she had moved to London. The fate of her paren --- German --- French --- Spanish --- English
%U http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/109735
%R 10.5962/bhl.title.51216