Julius Gottlieb Papers
Handwritten travel narrative in German, typewritten German transcription, and typewritten English translation of Julius Gottlieb's journey from Bosen, Germany to Pleasanton, Kansas in 1884. Gottlieb wrote his narrative in 1885 and his daughter, Selma Kallis, made the transcription and translation at a later date. Kallis' translation includes explanatory footnotes. Also included in Gottlieb's papers are several items collected on his trip, such as a baggage claim check and a vaccination ticket, and a newspaper article about his arrival in Kansas.
- Gottlieb, Julius, 1868-1921 (Person)
Language of Materials
German and English
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4 folders (10 items)
RH MS P316
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Selma Gottlieb Kallis, 1977.
- Guide to the Julius Gottlieb Colleciton
- Julius Gottlieb Papers
- tc/kdo, 1988; mg 2004
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- Finding aid written in English.
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- Preferred citation
Julius Gottlieb Colleciton, Kansas Collection, RH MS P316, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas