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Albert, of Brandenburg, Archbishop and Elector of Mainz, Cardinal, 1490-1545.

Albert, of Brandenburg, Archbishop and Elector of Mainz, Cardinal letter, 1540 July 30

0.01 cubic ft. (1 leaf)

Contains one signed letter addressed to Julius Plug.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

American Historical Association. Conference Group for Central European History.

Central European History journal records, 1959-1992

2.25 linear ft. (5 boxes)

This collection contains the records of the peer-reviewed journal Central European History, edited by Emory University professor, Douglas A. Unfug, on behalf of the American Historical Association's Conference Group for Central European History. The collection consists of administrative materials, correspondence, and collected materials relating to editing of the journal, as well as materials related to the Conference Group itself.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Baggarly, Grady.

Grady Baggarly papers, 1915-1919 and undated

0.03 linear feet (1 partial box), 2 oversized paper folders (OP and XOP) and 1 bound volume (BV)

The collection includes a photograph album kept by Grady Baggarly, a nurse, related to her time in Blois, France, during World War I as part of the United State Army Base Hospital No. 43, known as the Emory Unit, and to her travels in France, Germany, Italy, and Monaco thereafter. There are also panoramic photographs of the Emory Unit nurses and enlisted men, a photograph of the graduating class of 1915 of the Wesley Memorial Hospital Nursing School, certificates, and newspaper clippings.

Repository: Emory University Archives

Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Mainz (Germany). Archbishop (1515-1545: Albert).

Albertus Dei et Apostolice Sedis gratia Maguntinen[sis] [sic] et Magdeburgen[sis] Archiepiscop[us] ac Halberstaten[sis] ecclesiar[m] Administrator, Germanie Primas ... Indulgence, 1515

1 item (30.2 cm x 20.2 cm)

Indulgence for priests and other clergy issued at the instance of Johann Tetzel to support the rebuilding of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Cochlaeus, Johannes, 1479-1552.

Johannes Cochlaeus letter, 1547

0.1 cubic ft. (1 oversize folder)

Contains one letter written by Cochlaeus to Julius von Pflug, the last Prince Bishop of Naumburg.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Collection of color wood engravings of international cities, undated

2 cubic feet (3 boxes)

An artificial collection consisting of color wood engravings and calendar prints of international cities.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Cruciger, Kaspar, 1504-1548.

Kaspar Cruciger letter, 1544

0.1 cubic ft. (1 oversize folder)

Contains one letter by Cruciger to Veit Dietrich, pastor of St. Sebald’s Church at Nuremberg.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

De' Medici, Raffaele, 1477-1555.

Raffalele de' Medici letters, 1520-1521

0.1 cubic feet (3 letters)

Consists of three letters, addressed to Raffaele de' Medici, concerning Martin Luther and the Diet of Worms.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Deissmann, Adolf, 1866-1937.

Gustav Adolf Deissmann Protestant Weekly letter, 1914-1916

0.3 cubic ft. (1 box)

Consists of letters, mostly typescript, written by Deissmann between 1914 and 1916.

Repository: Pitts Theology Library

Emory University. Center for Research in Social Change.

Witness to the Holocaust project files, 1939-2005 (bulk 1978-1983)

59.75 linear feet (96 boxes and 1 OP [oversized paper])

Records from Emory University's Center for Research in Social Change Witness to the Holocaust project (1978-1982) primarily consist of recorded interviews and their associated transcripts of World War II concentration camp liberators and survivors, many of them residents of Atlanta, Georgia. It also includes a large collection of photographic prints and negatives depicting the conditions in concentration camps circa 1945 as well as images from the post-World War II era; subject files, including clippings, reports, and published materials relating to the Holocaust, Nazism, Israel, and Emory University's Witness to the Holocaust project; and publications, including entire issues of such newspapers and magazines as Hadassah, Martyrdom and the Resistance, and The Southern Israelite.

Repository: Emory University Archives