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Amelia von Ende papers, 1866-1932.
Ende, Amelia Kemper von, 1856-1932.
- 2 linear feet (7 boxes).
Restricted access; Manuscripts and Archives Division; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
Collection consists of typescripts of von Ende's writings,lecture notes, musical compositions, scrapbooks of clippings, travel notes, publicity materials, correspondence, and one volume of original verse from Ludwig Weinstein to Henry von Ende.
Amelia Kemper von Ende (1856-1932) was a Polish-born lecturer, writer, translator, and editor. Von Ende wrote articles for periodicals and presented lecture-courses on various topics. Between 1905 and 1922 she lectured in the United States for various women's societies and at academic institutions, and published works she had written,edited or translated.
Controlled Access Terms
- Ende, Amelia Kemper von, 1856-1932.
- Women authors, German.
- Women musicians.
- American poetry -- 19th century.
- Poland -- History.
- New York (N.Y.) -- Description and travel.
Additional Creator Names
- Weinstein, Ludwig.
- Ende, Henry von.
- Fowler, Egbert Willard, d. 1901?
- Clemenceau, Georges, 1841-1929.
- Hauptmann, Carl, 1858-1921.