Among the new materials added to the Glatzer collection in late 2018 and early 2019 were several boxes whose contents were not processed beyond the materials’ initial survey. These materials were therefore not re-foldered nor were they added to the finding aid. These materials generally fall into one of the following categories:
1. Offprints of articles by Glatzer and others, all of which have appeared in print.
2. Tributes, obituaries, newspaper clippings (often reviews of Glatzer’s publications).
3. Photocopies of original notes and letters from Kafka, Buber, and Rosenzweig, some with Glatzer’s notations. These would have been source material for publications that Glatzer authored or edited, and therefore will have largely appeared in print.
4. Notated manuscripts or typescripts for Glatzer’s published works.
5. Correspondence, mostly in German, and mostly involving researchers and writers (aside from Glatzer) and their publishers concerning publication and publishing rights.
6. Personal ephemera, such as boat passage tickets, apartment rental agreements, bank statements, drivers’ licenses, etc. There is a folder containing an extensive correspondence concerning Glatzer’s prolonged attempt to receive immigrant status from the US State Department.
These materials are housed in boxes 103-107, and 109 to 110. A spreadsheet describing their contents in some detail is available from the University Archivist.