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Legitimation für den ordentlichen Hörer der Abteilung für Architektur u. Hochbau Herrn Helmet Hirsch (Prague) - 1 booklet, February 15, 1936

 File — Folder: 4
Identifier: Folder 4

Scope and Contents

Wohnung des Studierenden -- Die Verlängerung der Gültigkeit wird bestätigt

Dates

  • February 15, 1936

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Access to the collection is in accordance with the policies of the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University. Please contact the department for more information.

Extent

From the Collection: 5.00 Linear Feet

From the Collection: 9 manuscript boxes, 1 oversized roll of sketches, 1 film reel other_unmapped

Language of Materials

German

Abstract

This small booklet was used by Helmut Hirsch while he studied at the Deutsche Technische Hochschule and functioned as a student ID. Inside the cover we see a photograph of Hirsch that he signed along with the official seal of the school. On the title page, we see the stamp "Auslander" (Foreigner) indicating that Hirsch was not a native Czech citizen. Hirsch was issued his student ID on Oct. 10, 1935 and it was set to expire Feb. 15, 1936. This small book provides us a brief look at Hirsch's life in Prague. It provides addresses of where he was living at various times from 1935-1936. We also see that Hirsch had stayed for the summer semester of 35/36 and 36/37 and these were approved as evidenced by the seal of the director.

Physical Description

8 pages ; 5 in. H x 3.25 in. W (13cm x 8cm)

General

Leather bound

General

MWalB02140_077

Repository Details

Part of the Brandeis University Repository

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