William F. Hayden papers
The collection consists of newspapers, a poster/newspaper insert, and seven stamps with a portrait of Adolf Hitler issued in Nazi Germany in 1938-1939. Collected by William (Bill) F. Hayden (donor's father) while he studied German in Frankfurt, Germany. Upon completion of his studeis, he returned to the United States in 1939.
1 oversize box
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Margaret Hayden
Record last modified: 2021-11-10 13:05:57
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Also in This Collection
The papers consist of one document issued to Karl Graf von Geldern-Egmontd [donor's grandfather] documenting his non-Jewish heritage, a United States passport issued to and used by William Hayden [donor's father] during his studies and travel in Germany from 1938 to 1939, a card issued to William Hayden for participation in lecture and language courses at the Marburger Ferienkurse in 1937, a card issued to William Hayden for German-Nordic week at Akademische Auslandsstelle Marburg, and a postcard sent to William Hayden in 1938 regarding his studies. Accretion: Collection of photographic prints documenting Munich, preparations for a Nazi parade, Irene and Marie-Antoinette von Geldern-Egmond (donor's grandmother and mother), Irene's daughter-in-law Mauni, and a telegram envelope sent to William Hayden at Ohmstrasse 15, which is where the von-Geldern-Egmond pension was located.