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**[[Main.ErnestCassirerAlbum2|Additional album of documents]] from ErnestCassirer relating to LydiaCassirer, RudolphCassirer (including a letter of recommendation from AlbertEinstein) and the Nazi certificates of good conduct and lift of restraint required for JohannaBaron nee Cassirer to leave Germany.
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**[[Main.ErnestCassirerAlbum2|Additional album of documents]] from ErnestCassirer relating to LydiaCassirer, RudolphCassirer (including a letter from AlbertEinstein to RudolphCassirer, about the status of Refugees in which Einstein says that he had written to President Roosevelt, and suggests that anyone who had influential contacts urge them to also do what they could). Included also are the Nazi certificates of good conduct and lift of restraint required for JohannaBaron nee Cassirer to leave Germany.
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources#moses2|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources#moses2|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources#moses2|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|The early Cassirer historical "jigsaw puzzle"]]
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]].  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence now points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence now points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  [Caution should be exercised in relation to the genealogy provided as it seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence now points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).]  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of of Markus Cassirer was Eva Fischer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of [[Main.MarkusCassirer|Markus Cassirer]] was Eva Fischer whereas the evidence now points to her being Pesel bat Salomon Friedländer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of of Markus Cassirer was Eva Fischer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see elsewhere in this site).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of of Markus Cassirer was Eva Fischer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|elsewhere in this site]]).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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*[[http://http://digifindingaids.cjh.org/?pID=482057|Guide to the Papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family, 1879-1983]]  In February 2014 the Leo Baeck Institute placed in digitised form its records of the papers of the Cassirer-Tietz Family. This replicates a number of documents already on this site but also contains a wealth of additional documentation, including attempts at preparing a family genealogy.  The genealogy seems to replicate the apparent misconception first published by Harry Nutt in his book "Bruno Cassirer" that the mother of of Markus Cassirer was Eva Fischer.  This arises from the fact that there were two Moses Cassirers living in close proximity (see elsewhere in this site).  The documents are housed at the Center for Jewish History, 15 West 16th Street New York, N.Y. 10011, [[http://www.lbi.org]].
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This Ballast seems to enable me to overcome an error in PMWiki on this site which only allows 3 external links unless this amount of text is present on the page.  It is very weird.  VV Early booksPPPP* John Napier, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/Rabdologiae_seu_numerationis_per_virgula.pdfPPPPxxxRabdologiae seu numerationis per vigula, 1628 (first published 1617).PPPP* Blaise Pascal, abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/calcul/la-pascaline-la-«%C2%A0machine-qui-relève-du-défaut-de-la-mémoire%C2%A0»PPPPxxx"Lettre dédicatoire à Monseigneur le Chancelier sur le sujet de la machine nouvellement inventée par le Sieur B.P. pour faire toutes sortes d'opérations d'arithmétique, par un mouvement reglé, sans plume ny jettons avec un advis necessaire à ceux qui auront curiosité de voir ladite machine, & de s'en servir", 1645.PPPP* Jacob Leupold, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/TheatrumArithmeticoGeometricum.pdfPPPPxxxTheatrum Arithmetico-Geometricum das ist: Schau-Platz der Rechen- und Mess-Kunst. . . . Christoph Zunkel,  Leipzig, 1774 (first edition 1727). The best illustrated book on calculation and measurement published during the eighteenth century.PPPP* abbpcllebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/browse/title/a.phpPPPPxxxCornell University Library Historical Math Monographs. A wonderful collection of early mathematics books generally able to be read on line.PPPP* abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/recherche/resultat/liste/PPPPxxxBibnum Classic scientific articles from before 1940 relevant to calculation, mathematics, and information science. Includes original documents from Pascale and Leibniz.PPPPPPVV Key websitesPPPPVV Survey websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechnerlexikon.de/en/artikel/Main_PagePPPPxxxRechnerlexicon The leading and most comprehensive survey site for calculator specialists and collectors with information about almost every known mechanical calculator and a database of more than 23750 patents.PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxRechenmaschinen-Illustrated: The most comprehensive listing of details about early calculating machines on the web. Based around the classic study Ernst Martin, '/Die Rechenmaschinen/', 1925, and translated into English as abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxErnst Martin, "The Calculating Machines", MIT Press and The Charles Babbage Institute, USA, "History of Computing"  series, 1992.PP PP* abbpcllwww.histoire-informatique.org/idx/PPPPxxxHistoire de l'Informatique Wide-ranging gallery of calculators and associated information. [in French] PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenkasten.de/BueromaschinenLexikon/index.htmlPPPPxxxBüromaschinen Lexikon Published by Goeller-Verlag  the annual office machines dictionary provided a comprehensive illustrated overview of common office equipment for the respective years. This site provides collectors with the information on calculators from that website.[in German]PPPP* abbpcllhome.vicnet.net.au/~wolff/calculators/PPPPxxxJohn Wolff's Web Museum Calculating Machines A wonderfully detailed site by an expert collector with great mechanical insight into the workings of the extensive set of calculators listed.PPPP* abbpcllw1.131.telia.com/~u13101111/typewriters.htmlPPPPxxxSwedish Typewriters Site - listing of antique office calculators From the home page select the "The Collection" in the navigation bar on the left, and then scroll down to the RäKNEMASKINER / CALCULATORS section.PPPP* abbpcllwww.ph-ludwigsburg.de/fileadmin/subsites/2e-imix-t-01/user_files/mmm/mmm_online/PPPPxxxMathematisches Maschinenemuseum Good historical summaries and a nice set of videos of machines in action.PPPP*abbpcllwww.mechrech.infoPPPPxxxBeiträge zur Geschichte des mechanischen Rechnens: Contributions to the History of Mechanical Calculation Good list of publications, books and historical articles dealing in particular with the history and internal workings of calculating machines. PPPP* abbpclled-thelen.org/comp-hist/on-line-docs.htmlPPPPxxxOnline documents A broad listing of useful links to documents covering the history of calculators.PPPP* abbpcllcalcollect.free.fr/machines/macha.htmPPPPxxxMichel Bardel's list Tentative list of all existing mechanical machines since 1820, together with FAQs and serial numbers. An invaluable reference source.PPPP* abbpcllwww.thocp.net/timeline/1620.htmPPPPxxxHistory of Computer AntiquityPPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/PPPPxxxMechanische Rechenhilfsmittel Mechanical Calculating Devices by Wolf G. Blümich (in German.)PPPP* abbpcllwww.madeasy.de/2/mathe.htmPPPPxxxMathematics site by Reiner Hoffmann in German.PPPP* abbpcllwww.opticaliamuseum.com/drawing/PPPPxxxOpticalia Museum - museum menu is working, but the catalogue menu was still under construction in May 2012.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mipaginapersonal.movistar.es/web3/calculating/LLIBRE%20JPG/INDEX%20SOLO.htm#alfaPPPPxxxÍndice de las Máquinas de Calcular a comprehensive survey site by Josep Balsach Peig, in Spanish.PPPP* abbpcllcalmeca.free.fr/calculmecanique_php/index_calmeca.php?lang=engPPPPxxxFrançois Babillot's calculator website PPPPPPVV Manuals and InstructionsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenwerkzeug.de/default.htmPPPPxxxCalculator Manuals from Rechenwerkzeug.dePPPP* abbpcllwww.nicolamarras.it/calcolatoria/downloads_en.htmlPPPPxxxCalcolatoria downloadsPPPP* abbpcllwww.mathsinstruments.me.uk/page62.htmlPPPPxxxMathematical Instruments Catalogues and BrochuresPPPP* abbpcllwww.prehistoriadelainformatica.com/manuales-instructions/PPPPxxxPrehistoria de la Informatica Office CollectiblesPPPP* abbpcllusers.lewiston.com/ejorgens/office/miscellaneous/miscellaneous.htmlPPPPxxxMiscellaneous Manuals Pay site, but if you can't get these elsewhere...PPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/catalog/miscellaneous.htmPPPPxxxOffice Machines America Pay site.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mechanicalculator.com/manuals/PPPPxxxCollection of Kees Nagtegaal useful set of manuals for slide rules and the more common calculators.PPPP* abbpcllabbpcllwww.mccoys-kecatalogs.com/KEManuals/manuals.htmPPPPxxxKeuffel & Esser Slide Rule Manuals and Catalogues site by Clark McCoy.PPPPPPVV Specialist websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.arithmometre.orgPPPPxxxValéry Monnier's extraordinary and expert website on the Thomas de Colmar ArithmometerPPPP* abbpcllwww.ami19.org/Arithmetic MachinesPPPPxxxArithmetical Machines & Instruments / 19th century Valéry Monnier's other set of images and details of some of the most rare and precious calculating machines of the C19 (in French and English). PPPP* abbpcllmortati.com/glusker/elecmech/refslinks.htmPPPPxxxElectromechanical calculating machines from the 1960's includes extensive lists of other relevant links and books.PPPP* abbpcllajmdeman.awardspace.info/PPPPxxxOriginal documents on the History of CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.yvesserra.fr/PPPPxxxLe cabinet de curiosités d'Yves Serra  A nice presentation of information on early calculators (with particular attention to those of Pascale and Leibnitz).PPPP* abbpcllwww2.cruzio.com/~vagabond/ComptHome.htmlPPPPxxxComptometer Website Very authoritative website on the Felt & Tarrant Comptometer.PPPP* abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/PPPPxxxThe Calculator Reference Comprehensive coverage of abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/cu.htmPPPPxxxCurta, abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/hp.htmPPPPxxxHewlett Packard, and abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/ti.htmPPPPxxxTexas Instrument calculators.  Includes links to other sites and manuals.PPPP* abbpcllhome.comcast.net/~wtodhner/calcs.htmlPPPPxxxWilliam Ohdner's site commemorating the Ohdner calculatorPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/cmisc_facit_page.htmPPPPxxxFacit Page by James Redin including a comprehensive list of models of the Facit calculators.PPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/facit_history.htmPPPPxxxHistory of the Facit Calculator by Christofer Nöring PPPP* abbpcllwww.taswegian.com/MOSCOW/soviet.htmlPPPPxxxMuseum of Soviet CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllrk86.com/frolov/calcolle.htmPPPPxxxSoviet Calculators CollectionPPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/PPPPxxxOffice Machines Americana including a useful set of manuals.PPPP* abbpcllwww.calculators.de/PPPPxxxMuseum of Pocket Calculating Devices mainly focussing on electronic pocket calculators.PPPP* https://plus.google.com/photos/103618537816338035609/albums?banner=pwaPPPPxxxJohn Huey's Picasawebalbum with illustrations of a wide range of Addiator Troncet calculators.PPPPPPVV Gunter Scales & SectorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rainerstumpe.de/HTML/erl01.htmlPPPPxxxGunter Works All about Gunter Scales and Sectors and how to use them (mostly in German but also in part in English)PPPPVV Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/PPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule MuseumPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/HSRC_Menu.htmPPPPxxxHerman van Herwijnen's Slide Rule Catalogue "LITE"PPPP* abbpcllwww.hh.schule.de/metalltechnik-didaktik/museum/rechenschieber/scheiben/rs9.htmPPPPxxxRechenscheiber im Online-MuseumPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.ca/PPPPxxxEric's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllsliderule.ozmanor.com/index.htmlPPPPxxxGreg's slide rulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderules.infoPPPPxxxRobert Manley's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/rma21.htm#14PPPPxxxAnhang 2.1: Bedienungs- und Serviceanleitungen für Tabellen, Rechenschieber, -scheiben, -walzen und -skalen Instructions for many slide rules.PPPP* abbpclloughtred.org/PPPPxxxThe Oughtred SocietyPPPP* abbpcllsliderules.lovett.com/cookiedev/extendedlitsearch.htmlPPPPxxxScanned back issues of the Oughtred Society Journal and other publications An essential reference site for enthusiasts.  Access to the last five years publications requires a password and username to be provided by the Society.PPPP*abbpcllwww.rekeninstrumenten.nl/index.htmlPPPPxxxDutch Circle for Historical Calculating InstrumentsPPPP* abbpcllwww.hpmuseum.org/sliderul.htmPPPPxxxMuseum of HP Calculators History of Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/hp.htmPPPPxxxThe Death of the Slide Rule by James RedinPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.it/PPPPxxxCollection of Giovanni BredaPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule Museum A survey site focussing primarily on slide rules with a wealth of links and other material including other related sites, and manuals and related material.  See also its helpful and comprehensive abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxlinks page.PPPP* abbpcllwww.svpal.org/~dickel/OK/OtisKing.htmlPPPPxxxOtis King's Patent Calculator Specialist site focussing on the Otis King cylindrical sliderule.PPPP* abbpclllinealis.org/PPPPxxxlinealis.org "Un site consacré aux instruments du calcul manuel tels que les règles et cercles à calcul, les curseurs, abaques, machines à calculer tenant dans la main, planimètres et intégrateurs."  PPPP* abbpcllwww.sphere.bc.ca/test/2archives.htmlPPPPThe Slide Rule Universe by Sphere research corporation.PPPPPPPPfarsome nasty examples of mediaeval torture chambers and dogs and cats and elephants and broils and gorgeous animals of all sorts measuring instruments of all sortsPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
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This Ballast seems to enable me to overcome an error in PMWiki on this site which only allows 3 external links unless this amount of text (>10,967 characters including spaces) is present on the page.  It is very weird.  VV Early booksPPPP* John Napier, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/Rabdologiae_seu_numerationis_per_virgula.pdfPPPPxxxRabdologiae seu numerationis per vigula, 1628 (first published 1617).PPPP* Blaise Pascal, abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/calcul/la-pascaline-la-«%C2%A0machine-qui-relève-du-défaut-de-la-mémoire%C2%A0»PPPPxxx"Lettre dédicatoire à Monseigneur le Chancelier sur le sujet de la machine nouvellement inventée par le Sieur B.P. pour faire toutes sortes d'opérations d'arithmétique, par un mouvement reglé, sans plume ny jettons avec un advis necessaire à ceux qui auront curiosité de voir ladite machine, & de s'en servir", 1645.PPPP* Jacob Leupold, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/TheatrumArithmeticoGeometricum.pdfPPPPxxxTheatrum Arithmetico-Geometricum das ist: Schau-Platz der Rechen- und Mess-Kunst. . . . Christoph Zunkel,  Leipzig, 1774 (first edition 1727). The best illustrated book on calculation and measurement published during the eighteenth century.PPPP* abbpcllebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/browse/title/a.phpPPPPxxxCornell University Library Historical Math Monographs. A wonderful collection of early mathematics books generally able to be read on line.PPPP* abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/recherche/resultat/liste/PPPPxxxBibnum Classic scientific articles from before 1940 relevant to calculation, mathematics, and information science. Includes original documents from Pascale and Leibniz.PPPPPPVV Key websitesPPPPVV Survey websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechnerlexikon.de/en/artikel/Main_PagePPPPxxxRechnerlexicon The leading and most comprehensive survey site for calculator specialists and collectors with information about almost every known mechanical calculator and a database of more than 23750 patents.PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxRechenmaschinen-Illustrated: The most comprehensive listing of details about early calculating machines on the web. Based around the classic study Ernst Martin, '/Die Rechenmaschinen/', 1925, and translated into English as abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxErnst Martin, "The Calculating Machines", MIT Press and The Charles Babbage Institute, USA, "History of Computing"  series, 1992.PP PP* abbpcllwww.histoire-informatique.org/idx/PPPPxxxHistoire de l'Informatique Wide-ranging gallery of calculators and associated information. [in French] PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenkasten.de/BueromaschinenLexikon/index.htmlPPPPxxxBüromaschinen Lexikon Published by Goeller-Verlag  the annual office machines dictionary provided a comprehensive illustrated overview of common office equipment for the respective years. This site provides collectors with the information on calculators from that website.[in German]PPPP* abbpcllhome.vicnet.net.au/~wolff/calculators/PPPPxxxJohn Wolff's Web Museum Calculating Machines A wonderfully detailed site by an expert collector with great mechanical insight into the workings of the extensive set of calculators listed.PPPP* abbpcllw1.131.telia.com/~u13101111/typewriters.htmlPPPPxxxSwedish Typewriters Site - listing of antique office calculators From the home page select the "The Collection" in the navigation bar on the left, and then scroll down to the RäKNEMASKINER / CALCULATORS section.PPPP* abbpcllwww.ph-ludwigsburg.de/fileadmin/subsites/2e-imix-t-01/user_files/mmm/mmm_online/PPPPxxxMathematisches Maschinenemuseum Good historical summaries and a nice set of videos of machines in action.PPPP*abbpcllwww.mechrech.infoPPPPxxxBeiträge zur Geschichte des mechanischen Rechnens: Contributions to the History of Mechanical Calculation Good list of publications, books and historical articles dealing in particular with the history and internal workings of calculating machines. PPPP* abbpclled-thelen.org/comp-hist/on-line-docs.htmlPPPPxxxOnline documents A broad listing of useful links to documents covering the history of calculators.PPPP* abbpcllcalcollect.free.fr/machines/macha.htmPPPPxxxMichel Bardel's list Tentative list of all existing mechanical machines since 1820, together with FAQs and serial numbers. An invaluable reference source.PPPP* abbpcllwww.thocp.net/timeline/1620.htmPPPPxxxHistory of Computer AntiquityPPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/PPPPxxxMechanische Rechenhilfsmittel Mechanical Calculating Devices by Wolf G. Blümich (in German.)PPPP* abbpcllwww.madeasy.de/2/mathe.htmPPPPxxxMathematics site by Reiner Hoffmann in German.PPPP* abbpcllwww.opticaliamuseum.com/drawing/PPPPxxxOpticalia Museum - museum menu is working, but the catalogue menu was still under construction in May 2012.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mipaginapersonal.movistar.es/web3/calculating/LLIBRE%20JPG/INDEX%20SOLO.htm#alfaPPPPxxxÍndice de las Máquinas de Calcular a comprehensive survey site by Josep Balsach Peig, in Spanish.PPPP* abbpcllcalmeca.free.fr/calculmecanique_php/index_calmeca.php?lang=engPPPPxxxFrançois Babillot's calculator website PPPPPPVV Manuals and InstructionsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenwerkzeug.de/default.htmPPPPxxxCalculator Manuals from Rechenwerkzeug.dePPPP* abbpcllwww.nicolamarras.it/calcolatoria/downloads_en.htmlPPPPxxxCalcolatoria downloadsPPPP* abbpcllwww.mathsinstruments.me.uk/page62.htmlPPPPxxxMathematical Instruments Catalogues and BrochuresPPPP* abbpcllwww.prehistoriadelainformatica.com/manuales-instructions/PPPPxxxPrehistoria de la Informatica Office CollectiblesPPPP* abbpcllusers.lewiston.com/ejorgens/office/miscellaneous/miscellaneous.htmlPPPPxxxMiscellaneous Manuals Pay site, but if you can't get these elsewhere...PPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/catalog/miscellaneous.htmPPPPxxxOffice Machines America Pay site.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mechanicalculator.com/manuals/PPPPxxxCollection of Kees Nagtegaal useful set of manuals for slide rules and the more common calculators.PPPP* abbpcllabbpcllwww.mccoys-kecatalogs.com/KEManuals/manuals.htmPPPPxxxKeuffel & Esser Slide Rule Manuals and Catalogues site by Clark McCoy.PPPPPPVV Specialist websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.arithmometre.orgPPPPxxxValéry Monnier's extraordinary and expert website on the Thomas de Colmar ArithmometerPPPP* abbpcllwww.ami19.org/Arithmetic MachinesPPPPxxxArithmetical Machines & Instruments / 19th century Valéry Monnier's other set of images and details of some of the most rare and precious calculating machines of the C19 (in French and English). PPPP* abbpcllmortati.com/glusker/elecmech/refslinks.htmPPPPxxxElectromechanical calculating machines from the 1960's includes extensive lists of other relevant links and books.PPPP* abbpcllajmdeman.awardspace.info/PPPPxxxOriginal documents on the History of CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.yvesserra.fr/PPPPxxxLe cabinet de curiosités d'Yves Serra  A nice presentation of information on early calculators (with particular attention to those of Pascale and Leibnitz).PPPP* abbpcllwww2.cruzio.com/~vagabond/ComptHome.htmlPPPPxxxComptometer Website Very authoritative website on the Felt & Tarrant Comptometer.PPPP* abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/PPPPxxxThe Calculator Reference Comprehensive coverage of abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/cu.htmPPPPxxxCurta, abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/hp.htmPPPPxxxHewlett Packard, and abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/ti.htmPPPPxxxTexas Instrument calculators.  Includes links to other sites and manuals.PPPP* abbpcllhome.comcast.net/~wtodhner/calcs.htmlPPPPxxxWilliam Ohdner's site commemorating the Ohdner calculatorPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/cmisc_facit_page.htmPPPPxxxFacit Page by James Redin including a comprehensive list of models of the Facit calculators.PPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/facit_history.htmPPPPxxxHistory of the Facit Calculator by Christofer Nöring PPPP* abbpcllwww.taswegian.com/MOSCOW/soviet.htmlPPPPxxxMuseum of Soviet CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllrk86.com/frolov/calcolle.htmPPPPxxxSoviet Calculators CollectionPPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/PPPPxxxOffice Machines Americana including a useful set of manuals.PPPP* abbpcllwww.calculators.de/PPPPxxxMuseum of Pocket Calculating Devices mainly focussing on electronic pocket calculators.PPPP* https://plus.google.com/photos/103618537816338035609/albums?banner=pwaPPPPxxxJohn Huey's Picasawebalbum with illustrations of a wide range of Addiator Troncet calculators.PPPPPPVV Gunter Scales & SectorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rainerstumpe.de/HTML/erl01.htmlPPPPxxxGunter Works All about Gunter Scales and Sectors and how to use them (mostly in German but also in part in English)PPPPVV Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/PPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule MuseumPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/HSRC_Menu.htmPPPPxxxHerman van Herwijnen's Slide Rule Catalogue "LITE"PPPP* abbpcllwww.hh.schule.de/metalltechnik-didaktik/museum/rechenschieber/scheiben/rs9.htmPPPPxxxRechenscheiber im Online-MuseumPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.ca/PPPPxxxEric's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllsliderule.ozmanor.com/index.htmlPPPPxxxGreg's slide rulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderules.infoPPPPxxxRobert Manley's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/rma21.htm#14PPPPxxxAnhang 2.1: Bedienungs- und Serviceanleitungen für Tabellen, Rechenschieber, -scheiben, -walzen und -skalen Instructions for many slide rules.PPPP* abbpclloughtred.org/PPPPxxxThe Oughtred SocietyPPPP* abbpcllsliderules.lovett.com/cookiedev/extendedlitsearch.htmlPPPPxxxScanned back issues of the Oughtred Society Journal and other publications An essential reference site for enthusiasts.  Access to the last five years publications requires a password and username to be provided by the Society.PPPP*abbpcllwww.rekeninstrumenten.nl/index.htmlPPPPxxxDutch Circle for Historical Calculating InstrumentsPPPP* abbpcllwww.hpmuseum.org/sliderul.htmPPPPxxxMuseum of HP Calculators History of Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/hp.htmPPPPxxxThe Death of the Slide Rule by James RedinPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.it/PPPPxxxCollection of Giovanni BredaPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule Museum A survey site focussing primarily on slide rules with a wealth of links and other material including other related sites, and manuals and related material.  See also its helpful and comprehensive abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxlinks page.PPPP* abbpcllwww.svpal.org/~dickel/OK/OtisKing.htmlPPPPxxxOtis King's Patent Calculator Specialist site focussing on the Otis King cylindrical sliderule.PPPP* abbpclllinealis.org/PPPPxxxlinealis.org "Un site consacré aux instruments du calcul manuel tels que les règles et cercles à calcul, les curseurs, abaques, machines à calculer tenant dans la main, planimètres et intégrateurs."  PPPP* abbpcllwww.sphere.bc.ca/test/2archives.htmlPPPPThe Slide Rule Universe by Sphere research corporation.PPPPPPPPfarsome nasty examples of mediaeval torture chambers and dogs and cats and elephants and broils and gorgeous animals of all sorts measuring instruments of all sortsPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
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VV Early booksPPPP* John Napier, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/Rabdologiae_seu_numerationis_per_virgula.pdfPPPPxxxRabdologiae seu numerationis per vigula, 1628 (first published 1617).PPPP* Blaise Pascal, abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/calcul/la-pascaline-la-«%C2%A0machine-qui-relève-du-défaut-de-la-mémoire%C2%A0»PPPPxxx"Lettre dédicatoire à Monseigneur le Chancelier sur le sujet de la machine nouvellement inventée par le Sieur B.P. pour faire toutes sortes d'opérations d'arithmétique, par un mouvement reglé, sans plume ny jettons avec un advis necessaire à ceux qui auront curiosité de voir ladite machine, & de s'en servir", 1645.PPPP* Jacob Leupold, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/TheatrumArithmeticoGeometricum.pdfPPPPxxxTheatrum Arithmetico-Geometricum das ist: Schau-Platz der Rechen- und Mess-Kunst. . . . Christoph Zunkel,  Leipzig, 1774 (first edition 1727). The best illustrated book on calculation and measurement published during the eighteenth century.PPPP* abbpcllebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/browse/title/a.phpPPPPxxxCornell University Library Historical Math Monographs. A wonderful collection of early mathematics books generally able to be read on line.PPPP* abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/recherche/resultat/liste/PPPPxxxBibnum Classic scientific articles from before 1940 relevant to calculation, mathematics, and information science. Includes original documents from Pascale and Leibniz.PPPPPPVV Key websitesPPPPVV Survey websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechnerlexikon.de/en/artikel/Main_PagePPPPxxxRechnerlexicon The leading and most comprehensive survey site for calculator specialists and collectors with information about almost every known mechanical calculator and a database of more than 23750 patents.PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxRechenmaschinen-Illustrated: The most comprehensive listing of details about early calculating machines on the web. Based around the classic study Ernst Martin, '/Die Rechenmaschinen/', 1925, and translated into English as abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxErnst Martin, "The Calculating Machines", MIT Press and The Charles Babbage Institute, USA, "History of Computing"  series, 1992.PP PP* abbpcllwww.histoire-informatique.org/idx/PPPPxxxHistoire de l'Informatique Wide-ranging gallery of calculators and associated information. [in French] PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenkasten.de/BueromaschinenLexikon/index.htmlPPPPxxxBüromaschinen Lexikon Published by Goeller-Verlag  the annual office machines dictionary provided a comprehensive illustrated overview of common office equipment for the respective years. This site provides collectors with the information on calculators from that website.[in German]PPPP* abbpcllhome.vicnet.net.au/~wolff/calculators/PPPPxxxJohn Wolff's Web Museum Calculating Machines A wonderfully detailed site by an expert collector with great mechanical insight into the workings of the extensive set of calculators listed.PPPP* abbpcllw1.131.telia.com/~u13101111/typewriters.htmlPPPPxxxSwedish Typewriters Site - listing of antique office calculators From the home page select the "The Collection" in the navigation bar on the left, and then scroll down to the RäKNEMASKINER / CALCULATORS section.PPPP* abbpcllwww.ph-ludwigsburg.de/fileadmin/subsites/2e-imix-t-01/user_files/mmm/mmm_online/PPPPxxxMathematisches Maschinenemuseum Good historical summaries and a nice set of videos of machines in action.PPPP*abbpcllwww.mechrech.infoPPPPxxxBeiträge zur Geschichte des mechanischen Rechnens: Contributions to the History of Mechanical Calculation Good list of publications, books and historical articles dealing in particular with the history and internal workings of calculating machines. PPPP* abbpclled-thelen.org/comp-hist/on-line-docs.htmlPPPPxxxOnline documents A broad listing of useful links to documents covering the history of calculators.PPPP* abbpcllcalcollect.free.fr/machines/macha.htmPPPPxxxMichel Bardel's list Tentative list of all existing mechanical machines since 1820, together with FAQs and serial numbers. An invaluable reference source.PPPP* abbpcllwww.thocp.net/timeline/1620.htmPPPPxxxHistory of Computer AntiquityPPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/PPPPxxxMechanische Rechenhilfsmittel Mechanical Calculating Devices by Wolf G. Blümich (in German.)PPPP* abbpcllwww.madeasy.de/2/mathe.htmPPPPxxxMathematics site by Reiner Hoffmann in German.PPPP* abbpcllwww.opticaliamuseum.com/drawing/PPPPxxxOpticalia Museum - museum menu is working, but the catalogue menu was still under construction in May 2012.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mipaginapersonal.movistar.es/web3/calculating/LLIBRE%20JPG/INDEX%20SOLO.htm#alfaPPPPxxxÍndice de las Máquinas de Calcular a comprehensive survey site by Josep Balsach Peig, in Spanish.PPPP* abbpcllcalmeca.free.fr/calculmecanique_php/index_calmeca.php?lang=engPPPPxxxFrançois Babillot's calculator website PPPPPPVV Manuals and InstructionsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenwerkzeug.de/default.htmPPPPxxxCalculator Manuals from Rechenwerkzeug.dePPPP* abbpcllwww.nicolamarras.it/calcolatoria/downloads_en.htmlPPPPxxxCalcolatoria downloadsPPPP* abbpcllwww.mathsinstruments.me.uk/page62.htmlPPPPxxxMathematical Instruments Catalogues and BrochuresPPPP* abbpcllwww.prehistoriadelainformatica.com/manuales-instructions/PPPPxxxPrehistoria de la Informatica Office CollectiblesPPPP* abbpcllusers.lewiston.com/ejorgens/office/miscellaneous/miscellaneous.htmlPPPPxxxMiscellaneous Manuals Pay site, but if you can't get these elsewhere...PPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/catalog/miscellaneous.htmPPPPxxxOffice Machines America Pay site.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mechanicalculator.com/manuals/PPPPxxxCollection of Kees Nagtegaal useful set of manuals for slide rules and the more common calculators.PPPP* abbpcllabbpcllwww.mccoys-kecatalogs.com/KEManuals/manuals.htmPPPPxxxKeuffel & Esser Slide Rule Manuals and Catalogues site by Clark McCoy.PPPPPPVV Specialist websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.arithmometre.orgPPPPxxxValéry Monnier's extraordinary and expert website on the Thomas de Colmar ArithmometerPPPP* abbpcllwww.ami19.org/Arithmetic MachinesPPPPxxxArithmetical Machines & Instruments / 19th century Valéry Monnier's other set of images and details of some of the most rare and precious calculating machines of the C19 (in French and English). PPPP* abbpcllmortati.com/glusker/elecmech/refslinks.htmPPPPxxxElectromechanical calculating machines from the 1960's includes extensive lists of other relevant links and books.PPPP* abbpcllajmdeman.awardspace.info/PPPPxxxOriginal documents on the History of CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.yvesserra.fr/PPPPxxxLe cabinet de curiosités d'Yves Serra  A nice presentation of information on early calculators (with particular attention to those of Pascale and Leibnitz).PPPP* abbpcllwww2.cruzio.com/~vagabond/ComptHome.htmlPPPPxxxComptometer Website Very authoritative website on the Felt & Tarrant Comptometer.PPPP* abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/PPPPxxxThe Calculator Reference Comprehensive coverage of abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/cu.htmPPPPxxxCurta, abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/hp.htmPPPPxxxHewlett Packard, and abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/ti.htmPPPPxxxTexas Instrument calculators.  Includes links to other sites and manuals.PPPP* abbpcllhome.comcast.net/~wtodhner/calcs.htmlPPPPxxxWilliam Ohdner's site commemorating the Ohdner calculatorPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/cmisc_facit_page.htmPPPPxxxFacit Page by James Redin including a comprehensive list of models of the Facit calculators.PPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/facit_history.htmPPPPxxxHistory of the Facit Calculator by Christofer Nöring PPPP* abbpcllwww.taswegian.com/MOSCOW/soviet.htmlPPPPxxxMuseum of Soviet CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllrk86.com/frolov/calcolle.htmPPPPxxxSoviet Calculators CollectionPPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/PPPPxxxOffice Machines Americana including a useful set of manuals.PPPP* abbpcllwww.calculators.de/PPPPxxxMuseum of Pocket Calculating Devices mainly focussing on electronic pocket calculators.PPPP* https://plus.google.com/photos/103618537816338035609/albums?banner=pwaPPPPxxxJohn Huey's Picasawebalbum with illustrations of a wide range of Addiator Troncet calculators.PPPPPPVV Gunter Scales & SectorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rainerstumpe.de/HTML/erl01.htmlPPPPxxxGunter Works All about Gunter Scales and Sectors and how to use them (mostly in German but also in part in English)PPPPVV Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/PPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule MuseumPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/HSRC_Menu.htmPPPPxxxHerman van Herwijnen's Slide Rule Catalogue "LITE"PPPP* abbpcllwww.hh.schule.de/metalltechnik-didaktik/museum/rechenschieber/scheiben/rs9.htmPPPPxxxRechenscheiber im Online-MuseumPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.ca/PPPPxxxEric's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllsliderule.ozmanor.com/index.htmlPPPPxxxGreg's slide rulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderules.infoPPPPxxxRobert Manley's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/rma21.htm#14PPPPxxxAnhang 2.1: Bedienungs- und Serviceanleitungen für Tabellen, Rechenschieber, -scheiben, -walzen und -skalen Instructions for many slide rules.PPPP* abbpclloughtred.org/PPPPxxxThe Oughtred SocietyPPPP* abbpcllsliderules.lovett.com/cookiedev/extendedlitsearch.htmlPPPPxxxScanned back issues of the Oughtred Society Journal and other publications An essential reference site for enthusiasts.  Access to the last five years publications requires a password and username to be provided by the Society.PPPP*abbpcllwww.rekeninstrumenten.nl/index.htmlPPPPxxxDutch Circle for Historical Calculating InstrumentsPPPP* abbpcllwww.hpmuseum.org/sliderul.htmPPPPxxxMuseum of HP Calculators History of Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/hp.htmPPPPxxxThe Death of the Slide Rule by James RedinPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.it/PPPPxxxCollection of Giovanni BredaPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule Museum A survey site focussing primarily on slide rules with a wealth of links and other material including other related sites, and manuals and related material.  See also its helpful and comprehensive abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxlinks page.PPPP* abbpcllwww.svpal.org/~dickel/OK/OtisKing.htmlPPPPxxxOtis King's Patent Calculator Specialist site focussing on the Otis King cylindrical sliderule.PPPP* abbpclllinealis.org/PPPPxxxlinealis.org "Un site consacré aux instruments du calcul manuel tels que les règles et cercles à calcul, les curseurs, abaques, machines à calculer tenant dans la main, planimètres et intégrateurs."  PPPP* abbpcllwww.sphere.bc.ca/test/2archives.htmlPPPPThe Slide Rule Universe by Sphere research corporation.PPPPPPPPfarsome nasty examples of mediaeval torture chambers and dogs and cats and elephants and broils and gorgeous animals of all sorts measuring instruments of all sortsPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
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This Ballast seems to enable me to overcome an error in PMWiki on this site which only allows 3 external links unless this amount of text is present on the page.  It is very weird.  VV Early booksPPPP* John Napier, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/Rabdologiae_seu_numerationis_per_virgula.pdfPPPPxxxRabdologiae seu numerationis per vigula, 1628 (first published 1617).PPPP* Blaise Pascal, abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/calcul/la-pascaline-la-«%C2%A0machine-qui-relève-du-défaut-de-la-mémoire%C2%A0»PPPPxxx"Lettre dédicatoire à Monseigneur le Chancelier sur le sujet de la machine nouvellement inventée par le Sieur B.P. pour faire toutes sortes d'opérations d'arithmétique, par un mouvement reglé, sans plume ny jettons avec un advis necessaire à ceux qui auront curiosité de voir ladite machine, & de s'en servir", 1645.PPPP* Jacob Leupold, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/TheatrumArithmeticoGeometricum.pdfPPPPxxxTheatrum Arithmetico-Geometricum das ist: Schau-Platz der Rechen- und Mess-Kunst. . . . Christoph Zunkel,  Leipzig, 1774 (first edition 1727). The best illustrated book on calculation and measurement published during the eighteenth century.PPPP* abbpcllebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/browse/title/a.phpPPPPxxxCornell University Library Historical Math Monographs. A wonderful collection of early mathematics books generally able to be read on line.PPPP* abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/recherche/resultat/liste/PPPPxxxBibnum Classic scientific articles from before 1940 relevant to calculation, mathematics, and information science. Includes original documents from Pascale and Leibniz.PPPPPPVV Key websitesPPPPVV Survey websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechnerlexikon.de/en/artikel/Main_PagePPPPxxxRechnerlexicon The leading and most comprehensive survey site for calculator specialists and collectors with information about almost every known mechanical calculator and a database of more than 23750 patents.PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxRechenmaschinen-Illustrated: The most comprehensive listing of details about early calculating machines on the web. Based around the classic study Ernst Martin, '/Die Rechenmaschinen/', 1925, and translated into English as abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxErnst Martin, "The Calculating Machines", MIT Press and The Charles Babbage Institute, USA, "History of Computing"  series, 1992.PP PP* abbpcllwww.histoire-informatique.org/idx/PPPPxxxHistoire de l'Informatique Wide-ranging gallery of calculators and associated information. [in French] PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenkasten.de/BueromaschinenLexikon/index.htmlPPPPxxxBüromaschinen Lexikon Published by Goeller-Verlag  the annual office machines dictionary provided a comprehensive illustrated overview of common office equipment for the respective years. This site provides collectors with the information on calculators from that website.[in German]PPPP* abbpcllhome.vicnet.net.au/~wolff/calculators/PPPPxxxJohn Wolff's Web Museum Calculating Machines A wonderfully detailed site by an expert collector with great mechanical insight into the workings of the extensive set of calculators listed.PPPP* abbpcllw1.131.telia.com/~u13101111/typewriters.htmlPPPPxxxSwedish Typewriters Site - listing of antique office calculators From the home page select the "The Collection" in the navigation bar on the left, and then scroll down to the RäKNEMASKINER / CALCULATORS section.PPPP* abbpcllwww.ph-ludwigsburg.de/fileadmin/subsites/2e-imix-t-01/user_files/mmm/mmm_online/PPPPxxxMathematisches Maschinenemuseum Good historical summaries and a nice set of videos of machines in action.PPPP*abbpcllwww.mechrech.infoPPPPxxxBeiträge zur Geschichte des mechanischen Rechnens: Contributions to the History of Mechanical Calculation Good list of publications, books and historical articles dealing in particular with the history and internal workings of calculating machines. PPPP* abbpclled-thelen.org/comp-hist/on-line-docs.htmlPPPPxxxOnline documents A broad listing of useful links to documents covering the history of calculators.PPPP* abbpcllcalcollect.free.fr/machines/macha.htmPPPPxxxMichel Bardel's list Tentative list of all existing mechanical machines since 1820, together with FAQs and serial numbers. An invaluable reference source.PPPP* abbpcllwww.thocp.net/timeline/1620.htmPPPPxxxHistory of Computer AntiquityPPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/PPPPxxxMechanische Rechenhilfsmittel Mechanical Calculating Devices by Wolf G. Blümich (in German.)PPPP* abbpcllwww.madeasy.de/2/mathe.htmPPPPxxxMathematics site by Reiner Hoffmann in German.PPPP* abbpcllwww.opticaliamuseum.com/drawing/PPPPxxxOpticalia Museum - museum menu is working, but the catalogue menu was still under construction in May 2012.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mipaginapersonal.movistar.es/web3/calculating/LLIBRE%20JPG/INDEX%20SOLO.htm#alfaPPPPxxxÍndice de las Máquinas de Calcular a comprehensive survey site by Josep Balsach Peig, in Spanish.PPPP* abbpcllcalmeca.free.fr/calculmecanique_php/index_calmeca.php?lang=engPPPPxxxFrançois Babillot's calculator website PPPPPPVV Manuals and InstructionsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenwerkzeug.de/default.htmPPPPxxxCalculator Manuals from Rechenwerkzeug.dePPPP* abbpcllwww.nicolamarras.it/calcolatoria/downloads_en.htmlPPPPxxxCalcolatoria downloadsPPPP* abbpcllwww.mathsinstruments.me.uk/page62.htmlPPPPxxxMathematical Instruments Catalogues and BrochuresPPPP* abbpcllwww.prehistoriadelainformatica.com/manuales-instructions/PPPPxxxPrehistoria de la Informatica Office CollectiblesPPPP* abbpcllusers.lewiston.com/ejorgens/office/miscellaneous/miscellaneous.htmlPPPPxxxMiscellaneous Manuals Pay site, but if you can't get these elsewhere...PPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/catalog/miscellaneous.htmPPPPxxxOffice Machines America Pay site.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mechanicalculator.com/manuals/PPPPxxxCollection of Kees Nagtegaal useful set of manuals for slide rules and the more common calculators.PPPP* abbpcllabbpcllwww.mccoys-kecatalogs.com/KEManuals/manuals.htmPPPPxxxKeuffel & Esser Slide Rule Manuals and Catalogues site by Clark McCoy.PPPPPPVV Specialist websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.arithmometre.orgPPPPxxxValéry Monnier's extraordinary and expert website on the Thomas de Colmar ArithmometerPPPP* abbpcllwww.ami19.org/Arithmetic MachinesPPPPxxxArithmetical Machines & Instruments / 19th century Valéry Monnier's other set of images and details of some of the most rare and precious calculating machines of the C19 (in French and English). PPPP* abbpcllmortati.com/glusker/elecmech/refslinks.htmPPPPxxxElectromechanical calculating machines from the 1960's includes extensive lists of other relevant links and books.PPPP* abbpcllajmdeman.awardspace.info/PPPPxxxOriginal documents on the History of CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.yvesserra.fr/PPPPxxxLe cabinet de curiosités d'Yves Serra  A nice presentation of information on early calculators (with particular attention to those of Pascale and Leibnitz).PPPP* abbpcllwww2.cruzio.com/~vagabond/ComptHome.htmlPPPPxxxComptometer Website Very authoritative website on the Felt & Tarrant Comptometer.PPPP* abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/PPPPxxxThe Calculator Reference Comprehensive coverage of abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/cu.htmPPPPxxxCurta, abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/hp.htmPPPPxxxHewlett Packard, and abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/ti.htmPPPPxxxTexas Instrument calculators.  Includes links to other sites and manuals.PPPP* abbpcllhome.comcast.net/~wtodhner/calcs.htmlPPPPxxxWilliam Ohdner's site commemorating the Ohdner calculatorPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/cmisc_facit_page.htmPPPPxxxFacit Page by James Redin including a comprehensive list of models of the Facit calculators.PPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/facit_history.htmPPPPxxxHistory of the Facit Calculator by Christofer Nöring PPPP* abbpcllwww.taswegian.com/MOSCOW/soviet.htmlPPPPxxxMuseum of Soviet CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllrk86.com/frolov/calcolle.htmPPPPxxxSoviet Calculators CollectionPPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/PPPPxxxOffice Machines Americana including a useful set of manuals.PPPP* abbpcllwww.calculators.de/PPPPxxxMuseum of Pocket Calculating Devices mainly focussing on electronic pocket calculators.PPPP* https://plus.google.com/photos/103618537816338035609/albums?banner=pwaPPPPxxxJohn Huey's Picasawebalbum with illustrations of a wide range of Addiator Troncet calculators.PPPPPPVV Gunter Scales & SectorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rainerstumpe.de/HTML/erl01.htmlPPPPxxxGunter Works All about Gunter Scales and Sectors and how to use them (mostly in German but also in part in English)PPPPVV Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/PPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule MuseumPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/HSRC_Menu.htmPPPPxxxHerman van Herwijnen's Slide Rule Catalogue "LITE"PPPP* abbpcllwww.hh.schule.de/metalltechnik-didaktik/museum/rechenschieber/scheiben/rs9.htmPPPPxxxRechenscheiber im Online-MuseumPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.ca/PPPPxxxEric's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllsliderule.ozmanor.com/index.htmlPPPPxxxGreg's slide rulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderules.infoPPPPxxxRobert Manley's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/rma21.htm#14PPPPxxxAnhang 2.1: Bedienungs- und Serviceanleitungen für Tabellen, Rechenschieber, -scheiben, -walzen und -skalen Instructions for many slide rules.PPPP* abbpclloughtred.org/PPPPxxxThe Oughtred SocietyPPPP* abbpcllsliderules.lovett.com/cookiedev/extendedlitsearch.htmlPPPPxxxScanned back issues of the Oughtred Society Journal and other publications An essential reference site for enthusiasts.  Access to the last five years publications requires a password and username to be provided by the Society.PPPP*abbpcllwww.rekeninstrumenten.nl/index.htmlPPPPxxxDutch Circle for Historical Calculating InstrumentsPPPP* abbpcllwww.hpmuseum.org/sliderul.htmPPPPxxxMuseum of HP Calculators History of Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/hp.htmPPPPxxxThe Death of the Slide Rule by James RedinPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.it/PPPPxxxCollection of Giovanni BredaPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule Museum A survey site focussing primarily on slide rules with a wealth of links and other material including other related sites, and manuals and related material.  See also its helpful and comprehensive abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxlinks page.PPPP* abbpcllwww.svpal.org/~dickel/OK/OtisKing.htmlPPPPxxxOtis King's Patent Calculator Specialist site focussing on the Otis King cylindrical sliderule.PPPP* abbpclllinealis.org/PPPPxxxlinealis.org "Un site consacré aux instruments du calcul manuel tels que les règles et cercles à calcul, les curseurs, abaques, machines à calculer tenant dans la main, planimètres et intégrateurs."  PPPP* abbpcllwww.sphere.bc.ca/test/2archives.htmlPPPPThe Slide Rule Universe by Sphere research corporation.PPPPPPPPfarsome nasty examples of mediaeval torture chambers and dogs and cats and elephants and broils and gorgeous animals of all sorts measuring instruments of all sortsPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
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VV Early booksPPPP* John Napier, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/Rabdologiae_seu_numerationis_per_virgula.pdfPPPPxxxRabdologiae seu numerationis per vigula, 1628 (first published 1617).PPPP* Blaise Pascal, abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/calculinformatique/calcul/la-pascaline-la-«%C2%A0machine-qui-relève-du-défaut-de-la-mémoire%C2%A0»PPPPxxx"Lettre dédicatoire à Monseigneur le Chancelier sur le sujet de la machine nouvellement inventée par le Sieur B.P. pour faire toutes sortes d'opérations d'arithmétique, par un mouvement reglé, sans plume ny jettons avec un advis necessaire à ceux qui auront curiosité de voir ladite machine, & de s'en servir", 1645.PPPP* Jacob Leupold, abbpcllmetastudies.net/pmwiki/uploads/Books/TheatrumArithmeticoGeometricum.pdfPPPPxxxTheatrum Arithmetico-Geometricum das ist: Schau-Platz der Rechen- und Mess-Kunst. . . . Christoph Zunkel,  Leipzig, 1774 (first edition 1727). The best illustrated book on calculation and measurement published during the eighteenth century.PPPP* abbpcllebooks.library.cornell.edu/m/math/browse/title/a.phpPPPPxxxCornell University Library Historical Math Monographs. A wonderful collection of early mathematics books generally able to be read on line.PPPP* abbpcllwww.bibnum.education.fr/recherche/resultat/liste/PPPPxxxBibnum Classic scientific articles from before 1940 relevant to calculation, mathematics, and information science. Includes original documents from Pascale and Leibniz.PPPPPPVV Key websitesPPPPVV Survey websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechnerlexikon.de/en/artikel/Main_PagePPPPxxxRechnerlexicon The leading and most comprehensive survey site for calculator specialists and collectors with information about almost every known mechanical calculator and a database of more than 23750 patents.PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxRechenmaschinen-Illustrated: The most comprehensive listing of details about early calculating machines on the web. Based around the classic study Ernst Martin, '/Die Rechenmaschinen/', 1925, and translated into English as abbpcllwww.rechenmaschinen-illustrated.com/PPPPxxxErnst Martin, "The Calculating Machines", MIT Press and The Charles Babbage Institute, USA, "History of Computing"  series, 1992.PP PP* abbpcllwww.histoire-informatique.org/idx/PPPPxxxHistoire de l'Informatique Wide-ranging gallery of calculators and associated information. [in French] PPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenkasten.de/BueromaschinenLexikon/index.htmlPPPPxxxBüromaschinen Lexikon Published by Goeller-Verlag  the annual office machines dictionary provided a comprehensive illustrated overview of common office equipment for the respective years. This site provides collectors with the information on calculators from that website.[in German]PPPP* abbpcllhome.vicnet.net.au/~wolff/calculators/PPPPxxxJohn Wolff's Web Museum Calculating Machines A wonderfully detailed site by an expert collector with great mechanical insight into the workings of the extensive set of calculators listed.PPPP* abbpcllw1.131.telia.com/~u13101111/typewriters.htmlPPPPxxxSwedish Typewriters Site - listing of antique office calculators From the home page select the "The Collection" in the navigation bar on the left, and then scroll down to the RäKNEMASKINER / CALCULATORS section.PPPP* abbpcllwww.ph-ludwigsburg.de/fileadmin/subsites/2e-imix-t-01/user_files/mmm/mmm_online/PPPPxxxMathematisches Maschinenemuseum Good historical summaries and a nice set of videos of machines in action.PPPP*abbpcllwww.mechrech.infoPPPPxxxBeiträge zur Geschichte des mechanischen Rechnens: Contributions to the History of Mechanical Calculation Good list of publications, books and historical articles dealing in particular with the history and internal workings of calculating machines. PPPP* abbpclled-thelen.org/comp-hist/on-line-docs.htmlPPPPxxxOnline documents A broad listing of useful links to documents covering the history of calculators.PPPP* abbpcllcalcollect.free.fr/machines/macha.htmPPPPxxxMichel Bardel's list Tentative list of all existing mechanical machines since 1820, together with FAQs and serial numbers. An invaluable reference source.PPPP* abbpcllwww.thocp.net/timeline/1620.htmPPPPxxxHistory of Computer AntiquityPPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/PPPPxxxMechanische Rechenhilfsmittel Mechanical Calculating Devices by Wolf G. Blümich (in German.)PPPP* abbpcllwww.madeasy.de/2/mathe.htmPPPPxxxMathematics site by Reiner Hoffmann in German.PPPP* abbpcllwww.opticaliamuseum.com/drawing/PPPPxxxOpticalia Museum - museum menu is working, but the catalogue menu was still under construction in May 2012.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mipaginapersonal.movistar.es/web3/calculating/LLIBRE%20JPG/INDEX%20SOLO.htm#alfaPPPPxxxÍndice de las Máquinas de Calcular a comprehensive survey site by Josep Balsach Peig, in Spanish.PPPP* abbpcllcalmeca.free.fr/calculmecanique_php/index_calmeca.php?lang=engPPPPxxxFrançois Babillot's calculator website PPPPPPVV Manuals and InstructionsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rechenwerkzeug.de/default.htmPPPPxxxCalculator Manuals from Rechenwerkzeug.dePPPP* abbpcllwww.nicolamarras.it/calcolatoria/downloads_en.htmlPPPPxxxCalcolatoria downloadsPPPP* abbpcllwww.mathsinstruments.me.uk/page62.htmlPPPPxxxMathematical Instruments Catalogues and BrochuresPPPP* abbpcllwww.prehistoriadelainformatica.com/manuales-instructions/PPPPxxxPrehistoria de la Informatica Office CollectiblesPPPP* abbpcllusers.lewiston.com/ejorgens/office/miscellaneous/miscellaneous.htmlPPPPxxxMiscellaneous Manuals Pay site, but if you can't get these elsewhere...PPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/catalog/miscellaneous.htmPPPPxxxOffice Machines America Pay site.PPPP* abbpcllwww.mechanicalculator.com/manuals/PPPPxxxCollection of Kees Nagtegaal useful set of manuals for slide rules and the more common calculators.PPPP* abbpcllabbpcllwww.mccoys-kecatalogs.com/KEManuals/manuals.htmPPPPxxxKeuffel & Esser Slide Rule Manuals and Catalogues site by Clark McCoy.PPPPPPVV Specialist websitesPPPP* abbpcllwww.arithmometre.orgPPPPxxxValéry Monnier's extraordinary and expert website on the Thomas de Colmar ArithmometerPPPP* abbpcllwww.ami19.org/Arithmetic MachinesPPPPxxxArithmetical Machines & Instruments / 19th century Valéry Monnier's other set of images and details of some of the most rare and precious calculating machines of the C19 (in French and English). PPPP* abbpcllmortati.com/glusker/elecmech/refslinks.htmPPPPxxxElectromechanical calculating machines from the 1960's includes extensive lists of other relevant links and books.PPPP* abbpcllajmdeman.awardspace.info/PPPPxxxOriginal documents on the History of CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.yvesserra.fr/PPPPxxxLe cabinet de curiosités d'Yves Serra  A nice presentation of information on early calculators (with particular attention to those of Pascale and Leibnitz).PPPP* abbpcllwww2.cruzio.com/~vagabond/ComptHome.htmlPPPPxxxComptometer Website Very authoritative website on the Felt & Tarrant Comptometer.PPPP* abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/PPPPxxxThe Calculator Reference Comprehensive coverage of abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/cu.htmPPPPxxxCurta, abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/hp.htmPPPPxxxHewlett Packard, and abbpcllwww.vcalc.net/ti.htmPPPPxxxTexas Instrument calculators.  Includes links to other sites and manuals.PPPP* abbpcllhome.comcast.net/~wtodhner/calcs.htmlPPPPxxxWilliam Ohdner's site commemorating the Ohdner calculatorPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/cmisc_facit_page.htmPPPPxxxFacit Page by James Redin including a comprehensive list of models of the Facit calculators.PPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/facit_history.htmPPPPxxxHistory of the Facit Calculator by Christofer Nöring PPPP* abbpcllwww.taswegian.com/MOSCOW/soviet.htmlPPPPxxxMuseum of Soviet CalculatorsPPPP* abbpcllrk86.com/frolov/calcolle.htmPPPPxxxSoviet Calculators CollectionPPPP* abbpcllofficemachinemanuals.com/PPPPxxxOffice Machines Americana including a useful set of manuals.PPPP* abbpcllwww.calculators.de/PPPPxxxMuseum of Pocket Calculating Devices mainly focussing on electronic pocket calculators.PPPP* https://plus.google.com/photos/103618537816338035609/albums?banner=pwaPPPPxxxJohn Huey's Picasawebalbum with illustrations of a wide range of Addiator Troncet calculators.PPPPPPVV Gunter Scales & SectorsPPPP* abbpcllwww.rainerstumpe.de/HTML/erl01.htmlPPPPxxxGunter Works All about Gunter Scales and Sectors and how to use them (mostly in German but also in part in English)PPPPVV Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/PPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule MuseumPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/HSRC_Menu.htmPPPPxxxHerman van Herwijnen's Slide Rule Catalogue "LITE"PPPP* abbpcllwww.hh.schule.de/metalltechnik-didaktik/museum/rechenschieber/scheiben/rs9.htmPPPPxxxRechenscheiber im Online-MuseumPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.ca/PPPPxxxEric's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllsliderule.ozmanor.com/index.htmlPPPPxxxGreg's slide rulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderules.infoPPPPxxxRobert Manley's Slide Rule SitePPPP* abbpcllbluemich.net/rechner/rma21.htm#14PPPPxxxAnhang 2.1: Bedienungs- und Serviceanleitungen für Tabellen, Rechenschieber, -scheiben, -walzen und -skalen Instructions for many slide rules.PPPP* abbpclloughtred.org/PPPPxxxThe Oughtred SocietyPPPP* abbpcllsliderules.lovett.com/cookiedev/extendedlitsearch.htmlPPPPxxxScanned back issues of the Oughtred Society Journal and other publications An essential reference site for enthusiasts.  Access to the last five years publications requires a password and username to be provided by the Society.PPPP*abbpcllwww.rekeninstrumenten.nl/index.htmlPPPPxxxDutch Circle for Historical Calculating InstrumentsPPPP* abbpcllwww.hpmuseum.org/sliderul.htmPPPPxxxMuseum of HP Calculators History of Slide RulesPPPP* abbpcllwww.xnumber.com/xnumber/hp.htmPPPPxxxThe Death of the Slide Rule by James RedinPPPP* abbpcllwww.sliderule.it/PPPPxxxCollection of Giovanni BredaPPPP* abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxInternational Slide Rule Museum A survey site focussing primarily on slide rules with a wealth of links and other material including other related sites, and manuals and related material.  See also its helpful and comprehensive abbpcllsliderulemuseum.com/SR_Links.htmPPPPxxxlinks page.PPPP* abbpcllwww.svpal.org/~dickel/OK/OtisKing.htmlPPPPxxxOtis King's Patent Calculator Specialist site focussing on the Otis King cylindrical sliderule.PPPP* abbpclllinealis.org/PPPPxxxlinealis.org "Un site consacré aux instruments du calcul manuel tels que les règles et cercles à calcul, les curseurs, abaques, machines à calculer tenant dans la main, planimètres et intégrateurs."  PPPP* abbpcllwww.sphere.bc.ca/test/2archives.htmlPPPPThe Slide Rule Universe by Sphere research corporation.PPPPPPPPfarsome nasty examples of mediaeval torture chambers and dogs and cats and elephants and broils and gorgeous animals of all sorts measuring instruments of all sortsPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP
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* JuliusCassirer Descendants - including an [[RFBrunoCassirerAlbum|album]] of documents on BrunoCassirer by Regina Pfennig.  The story of Julius's son Fritz (FriedrichLeopoldCassirer)  and their descendants is part captured here - in [[The stolen Pissaro painting Saga]] - which recounts the saga of a painting stolen by the Nazis from Friedrich's wife LillyDispecker the struggle for the return of which was carried on by ClaudeCassirer and continues.
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* JuliusCassirer Descendants - including an [[RFBrunoCassirerAlbum|album]] of documents on BrunoCassirer by Regina Pfennig.  The story of Julius's son Fritz (FriedrichLeopoldCassirer)  and their descendants is part captured here - in [[The stolen Pissaro painting Saga]] - which recounts the saga of the struggle by ClaudeCassirer for return of a painting stolen by the Nazis from Friedrich's wife LillyDispecker. The struggle continues through Claude's son DavidCassirer.
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* JuliusCassirer Descendants - including an [[RFBrunoCassirerAlbum|album]] of documents on BrunoCassirer by Regina Pfennig.  The story of Julius's son Fritz (FriedrichLeopoldCassirer)  and their descendants is part captured here - in [[The stolen Pissaro painting Saga]] - which recounts the saga of a painting stolen by the Nazis from Friedrich's wife LillyDispecker the struggle for the return of which was carried on by ClaudeCassirer and continues.
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*There is also [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResource|a lively "living" discussion of the early development of the Cassirer family]] before and after the name "Cassirer" was coined, and the factors in their social and economic environment which caused them to develop as they did.
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*There is also [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResources|a lively "living" discussion of the early development of the Cassirer family]] before and after the name "Cassirer" was coined, and the factors in their social and economic environment which caused them to develop as they did.
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*[[UnidentifiedCassirers|References to Cassirers who may be related]] appearing in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.  Included are those of these who were [[Main.FamilyVictimsShoah|victims of the Holocaust]]
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*See also some old [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer family group photographs]].  Help with identifying these ancestors would be greatly appreciated.

*There is also [[Main.VariousLeadsFromOldGermanResource|a lively "living" discussion of the early development of the Cassirer family]] before and after the name "Cassirer" was coined, and the factors in their social and economic environment which caused them to develop as they did.
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* JulieCassirer married OttoBondy (owner of the [[Main.DasKabelwerk|Cable Factory in Vienna]]).  Their children ToniBondy married ErnstCassirer, whilst WalterBondy, a well known painter, became part of the Berlin Secession. Daughter MarthaBondy married OskarPollak (sadly both victims of the Shoah). This is an [[Main.PollakAlbum|album of documents]] associated with this line.
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* JulieCassirer married OttoBondy (owner of the Cable Factory in Vienna).  Their children ToniBondy married ErnstCassirer, whilst WalterBondy, a well known painter, became part of the Berlin Secession. Daughter MarthaBondy married OskarPollak (sadly both victims of the Shoah). This is an [[Main.PollakAlbum|album of documents]] associated with this line.
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* JulieCassirer married OttoBondy (owner of the Cable Factory in Vienna).  Their children ToniBondy married ErnstCassirer, whilst WalterBondy, a well known painter, became part of the Berlin Secession. Daughter MarthaBondy married OskarPollak (a victim of the Shoah). This is an [[Main.PollakAlbum|album of documents]] associated with this line.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WilliBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender|Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender album]] contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**A [[BenBanoAlbum|moving account of the life of SusanneBano]], and her grandmother LucieLasker, who lost her life in Auschwitz: by Susanne's son, BenBano.
**The [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender|Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender  album]]. The last year of LucieLasker was intimately tied to the fate of a friend WilliBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This album contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WilliBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender|Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender  album]] contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**[[Main.SchifferRecords|Schiffer family]] records.  Since EmilieSchiffer married LouisCassirer, and RosalieCassirer's daughter MargaretheGoldstein married GeorgSchiffer, this family had a strong and early connection with the Cassirers. Sadly includes record of ElseSchiffer victim of the Shoah (Holocaust).
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**[[Main.SchifferRecords|Schiffer family documents]].  Since EmilieSchiffer married LouisCassirer, and RosalieCassirer's daughter MargaretheGoldstein married GeorgSchiffer, this family had a strong and early connection with the Cassirers. Sadly includes records of [[Main.ElseKnopf|Else Schiffer (nee Knopf)]] victim of the Shoah (Holocaust).
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**[[Main.SchifferRecords|Schiffer family]] records.  Since EmilieSchiffer married LouisCassirer, and RosalieCassirer's daughter MargaretheGoldstein married GeorgSchiffer, this family had a strong and early connection with the Cassirers. Sadly includes record of ElseSchiffer victim of the Shoah (Holocaust).
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**IsidorCassirer and LydiaCassirer - [[IsidorCassirer&LydiaCassirerdocuments|document set]], including telegram from von Hindenberg, Honour Cross certificate presented to Lydia, marriage certificate, and ironically Honour Cross in the name of Hitler to RudolphCassirer
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**[[Main.ErnestCassirerAlbum2|Additional album of documents]] from ErnestCassirer relating to LydiaCassirer, RudolphCassirer (including a letter of recommendation from AlbertEinstein) and the Nazi certificates of good conduct and lift of restraint required for JohannaBaron nee Cassirer to leave Germany.
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**ErnestCassirer's [[ErnestCassireralbum|album]] including their Mourning Book and war records of their son RudolphCassirer. 
**[[Main.ErnestCassirerAlbum2|Additional album of documents]] relating to LydiaCassirer, RudolphCassirer (including a letter of recommendation from AlbertEinstein) and the Nazi certificates of good conduct and lift of restraint required for JohannaBaron nee Cassirer to leave Germany.
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*OtherCassirerDescendants.  The above are the descendants of MarkusCassirer. This section is devoted to those identified amongst the many other descendants, including the brothers and sisters of MarkusCassirer and a generation further back, from the children of LoebelMosesCassirer (1738-1809).
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*Some photo tributes: PaulCassirer [[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos|Photo Album]], [[Main.ClaudeCassirerPhotos|Vale Claude Cassirer (1921-2011)]], [[Main.CassirerGraves|Some Cassirer Graves]].
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*Some photo tributes: PaulCassirer [[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos|Photo Album]], [[Main.ClaudeCassirerPhotos|Claude Cassirer (1921-2011)]], [[Main.CassirerGraves|Some Cassirer Graves]].
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*Some photo tributes: PaulCassirer [[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos|Photo Album]], [[Main.ClaudeCassirerPhotos|Vale Claude Cassirer (1921-2011)]], [[Main.CassirerGraves|Some Cassirer Graves]].
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*Some photo tributes: PaulCassirer [[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos|Photo Album]], [[Main.ClaudeCassirerPhotos|Vale Claude Cassirer (1921-2011)]], [[Main.CassirerGraves|Some Cassirer Graves]].
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*Some photo tributes: PaulCassirer [[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos|Photo Album]], [[Main.ClaudeCassirerPhotos|Vale Claude Cassirer (1921-2011)]], [[Main.CassirerGraves|Some Cassirer Graves]].
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender]] album contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WilliBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender]] album contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender]]section contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender]] album contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This section contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This [[Lucy Lasker and Willi Bodlaender]]section contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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**The last year of LucieLasker is intimately tied to the fate of a friend WillyBodlaender, who whilst not a Cassirer shared with her, via a postcard, their last communications before their murder by the Nazis.  This section contains material honouring both of them and their living relatives.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs.]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs.]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.  Also begging for identification is this picture of a [[Cassirer residence in Breslau]].
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*[[Cassirer Lost Art]] Art and other objects seized by the Nazis, some of which have been restituted
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**[[Main.PaulCassirerPhotos| Photos]] of PaulCassirer - from funeral, Berlin Secession, and gallery.
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!!! Recent Additions
* [[The London Reunion 2012]]
* [[Path:/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Serck-HanssenAndGoerke|One family: Two lines.  The Serck-Hanssen and Goerke Family Genealogy]]
* [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.IreneSychravaAlbum|Irene Sychrava album]]

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!!! Recent Additions
* [[The London Reunion 2012]]
* [[Path:/pmg/index.php?n=Main.Serck-HanssenAndGoerke|One family: Two lines.  The Serck-Hanssen and Goerke Family Genealogy]]
* [[http://metastudies.net/pmg/index.php?n=Main.IreneSychravaAlbum|Irene Sychrava album]]
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*[[Note on the history of Cassirer family places and movements]]
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!!!Speculations and Queries
Material in this section is particularly speculative, drawing as it does on secondary material (often found by web-search) and with suggestive but far from conclusive connections suggested.  Please exercise care in utilising these observations noting that they are speculative if you ever cite them.  If you have information that would improve our knowledge, as always, this will be very welcome.
*[[UnidentifiedCassirers|References to Cassirers who may be related]] appearing in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
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**MiriamLaparne's [[MiriamLaparnealbum|album]] of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by ToniCassirer, was produced for the occasion of MaxCassirer 's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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*[[CassirerAnecdoteBooklet|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet]] 18 October 1937 -Original in German; [[CassirerAnecdoteBookletTrns|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by ToniCassirer, was produced for the occasion of MaxCassirer 's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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**IsidorCassirer and LydiaCassirer [[IsidorCassirer&LydiaCassirerdocuments|document set]], including telegram from von Hindenberg, Honour Cross certificate presented to Lydia, marriage certificate, and ironically Honour Cross in the name of Hitler to RudolphCassirer
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**Isidor Cassirer and Lydia Cassirer [[IsidorCassirer&LydiaCassirerdocuments|document set]], including telegram from von Hindenberg, Honour Cross certificate presented to Lydia, marriage certificate, and ironically Honour Cross in the name of Hitler to RudolphCassirer
**ErnestCassirer's [[ErnestCassireralbum|album]] including their Mourning Book and war records of their son RudolphCassirer
**MiriamLaparne's [[MiriamLaparnealbum|album]]
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*[[Main.CassirerFalkMiscellaneousAlbum|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information was initially progressively collected. It is no cross-referenced into the [[Cassirer.Families|Families and Individual pages]] in this Document Collection.
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*[[Main.CassirerFalkMiscellaneousAlbum|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information was initially progressively collected. It is no cross-referenced into the [[Cassirer.Families|person pages]] in this Document Collection.
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*[[Main.CassirerFalkMiscellaneousAlbum|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the _Overview and _Family Tree sections of the site.
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*[[Main.CassirerFalkMiscellaneousAlbum|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information was initially progressively collected. Metadata has been attached to enable it to be linked into the [[Cassirer.Families|person pages]] in this Document Collection.
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*[[Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous_Album|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the _Overview and _Family Tree sections of the site.
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*[[Main.CassirerFalkMiscellaneousAlbum|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the _Overview and _Family Tree sections of the site.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by [[BondyToni|Toni Cassirer]], was produced for the occasion of MaxCassirer 's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by ToniCassirer, was produced for the occasion of MaxCassirer 's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by [[BondyToni|Toni Cassirer]], was produced for the occasion of MaxCassirer 's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
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*[[Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous_Album|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by PaulCassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the _Overview and _Family Tree sections of the site.
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**_Miriam Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005


*[[Cassirer Julius|Descendants of Julius Cassirer]] including an album of documents on [[CassirerBruno|Bruno Cassirer]]
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**ErnestCassirer Album including their Mourning Book and war records of their son _Rudolph Cassirer
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*[[Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous_Album|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by _Paul Cassirer, to the [[Main.KabelwerkDr.CassirerBerlin-Spandau|Cassirer Cable Factory]]. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the _Overview and _Family Tree sections of the site.
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->[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].
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->*[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].
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A
note on the origins of the Cassirer name.

 

'''Cassirers
who may be related'''
->[[References to Cassirers who may be related]]

 
References to Cassirers
in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
to:
!!!Miscellaneous
*A
note on the origins of the Cassirer name.

*[[References to Cassirers who may be related]] appearing in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
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*[[Cassirer, Ernst|Ernst Cassirer]] including reflections by his grandson
[[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]
to:
*[[Cassirer, Ernst|Ernst Cassirer]] including reflections by his grandson [[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]

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A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
Ernst
Cassirer.
to:
*[[Cassirer, Isidor|Descendants of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer.]] [[Ernest Cassirer Album]] including their Mourning Book and war records of their son [[Cassirer, Rudolph|Rudolph Cassirer]]


->*[[Miriam Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005]]


*'[[Cassirer, Julius|Descendants of Julius Cassirer]]
->*[[Bruno Cassirer Album]] by Regina Pfennig
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*[[Descendants of Martin Cassirer]]
->*[[Cassirer, Suzanne|Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie Cassirer)]] and [[Lasker, Lucy|Lucy Lasker]]who lost her life in Auschwitz
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*'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
->[[Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and their son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]
to:
*[[Cassirer, Salomon|Descendants of Salomon Cassirer]]
->[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].


*'[[Cassirer, Louis|Descendants of Louis Cassirer]]'''
->*[[Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]


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A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
to Isidor and Lydia Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
certificate of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
a certificate to Rudolph Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
Jewish recipients of this honour to death
.
to:
A note on the origins of the Cassirer name.
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[[Ernest Cassirer Album]]
to:

'''Cassirers who may be related'''
->[[References to Cassirers who may be related
]]
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The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter Cassirer.

 
[[Miriam Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005]]

 
Miriam Cassirer's mother Johanna Baron married
Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease,
she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
Baron and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
at this stage is that they sent their children to England and knew
they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
to Johanna's first cousin Ella.

 
 
*'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Bruno Cassirer Album]]

 
This collection by Regina Pfennig contains details
of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
Durieux.

 
 
*'''Descendants
of Martin Cassirer'''
->[[Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie Cassirer)]]

 
A moving account of the life of Susanne Bano, and
her grandmother Lucy Lasker, who lost her life in Auschwitz: by Susanne's
son, Ben Bano.

 
 
*'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
->[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].

 
 
*'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->[[Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]

 
A remarkably fluent and clear
recollection of Reinhold Cassirer's childhood and family life, his formative
years in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
his interview by the Gestapo, and the tightening of pressure on him and
other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
to South Africa and time in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
Albert Cassirer, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
Cassirer.

 
 

 
A note on the origins of the Cassirer name.

 
[[Die Cassirers]]

 
Article in German on the contribution of the Cassirers to Berlin from the ''Berlin Morgenpost'' 29 June 2003.

 
 
'''Cassirers who may be related'''
->[[References to Cassirers who may be related]]

 

References to Cassirers in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
to:
References to Cassirers in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
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*[[Cassirer, Eduard|[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]
to:
*[[Cassirer, Eduard|[[Eduard Cassirer - related photographs, messages, references, menus, obituaries
and celebratory poems
1885-1939]]

*[[Cassirer, Ernst|Ernst Cassirer]] including reflections by his grandson
[[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson
]]
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Photographs, messages, references, menus, obituaries
and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny
Cassirer, Martin
and Lise Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
Lasker and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to and presented
to the site by Ben Bano
.
to:
A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
Ernst
Cassirer.
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*Ernst Cassirer
[[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]

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A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
Ernst Cassirer.

 
 
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!!! [[Family victims of the Holocaust]]

 
 
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*[[Family victims of the Holocaust]]
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!!! Family victims of the Holocaust
->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Family Victims of the Holocaust.]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
to:
!!! [[Family victims of the Holocaust]]
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[[Holocaust Victims whose family name was Cassirer]]

 
A list of victims of the Holocaust, whose family
or maiden name was Cassirer and who were transported to the death
camps from Berlin is provided together with the details from the [[Yad Vashem]] database. For most of these victims it remains to be established
whether or not they were connected to the Cassirer family that is
the subject of this website.
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->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
to:
->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Family Victims of the Holocaust.]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
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*'''Descendants
of Eduard
Cassirer'''
->
[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]
to:
*[[Cassirer, Eduard|[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]
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the subject of this website.
to:
the subject of this website.
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*[[Cassirer, Loebel Moses|Residence Permit of Loebel Moses Cassirer|Residence Permit, other documents and marriage certificate signed by Loebel Moses Cassirer 1796]]
to:
*[[Cassirer, Loebel Moses|Residence Permit of Loebel Moses Cassirer|Residence Permit, other documents and marriage certificate signed by Loebel Moses Cassirer 1796.]]
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|"Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English]] A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English]]  This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer, was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Address_Book_31/A01.html|Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]] This is a page of the Berlin Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to the Cassirer Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview and Genealogical Database sections of the site.
to:
*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|"Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English.]] A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English.]]  This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer, was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Address_Book_31/A01.html|Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931.]] This is a page of the Berlin Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs.]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families.]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to the Cassirer Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview and Genealogical Database sections of the site.
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|"Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]] ;
[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English]] A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]] ; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English]]  This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer, was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
to:
*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|"Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English]] A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]]; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English]]  This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer, was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Changed lines 29-30 from:
*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and
other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.
to:
*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.
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'''Early Cassirer Documents (1796 -1935)'''
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -Original in German]] ; [[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation into English]]  This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer, was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Address_Book_31/A01.html|Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]] This is a page of the Berlin Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]] Various group photographs taken at weddings and
other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications would be appreciated.

*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]] There is quite a bit of information which is progressively uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to the Cassirer Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview and Genealogical Database sections of the site.

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[[Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -]][[Original in German]] ; [[Translation into English]]
to:
!!!Descendant Albums
Albums of documents and photos have been created
  relating to the following Cassirer ancestors:

*'''Descendants
of Eduard Cassirer'''
->[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939
]]
Changed lines 44-48 from:
This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer,
was produced for the occasion of Max
Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the
lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century
.
to:
Photographs, messages, references, menus, obituaries
and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny
Cassirer, Martin
and Lise Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
Lasker and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to and presented
to the site by Ben Bano
.
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[[Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]
to:
*Ernst Cassirer
[[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]
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This is a page of the Berlin
Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members
of the
Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.
to:
A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
Ernst
Cassirer.
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[[Cassirer Group Photographs]]
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Various group photographs taken at weddings and
other
Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
and some of whom remain to be identified
. Your assistance in identifications
would be appreciated.

to:
*'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
->[[Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
and their son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]
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A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
to Isidor and Lydia Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
certificate of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
a certificate to Rudolph Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
Jewish recipients of this honour to death.

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'''Miscellaneous information on the Cassirer
and Falk families '''
->[[
Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]
to:
[[Ernest Cassirer Album]]
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There is quite a bit of information which is progressively
uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse
detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul
Cassirer, to the Cassirer
Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such
as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this
site. This album is the place where this information is progressively
collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview
and Genealogical Database sections of the site
.
to:
The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter
Cassirer.
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!!!Descendant Albums
Albums of documents and photos have been created  relating to the following Cassirer ancestors:

*'''Descendants
of Eduard Cassirer'''
->[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]
to:
[[Miriam Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005]]
Changed lines 86-91 from:
Photographs, messages, references, menus, obituaries
and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny Cassirer
, Martin
and Lise Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
Lasker and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to
and presented
to the site by Ben Bano
.
to:
Miriam Cassirer's mother Johanna Baron married
Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease
,
she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
Baron
and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
at this stage is that they sent their children to England and knew
they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
to Johanna's first cousin Ella
.
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*Ernst Cassirer
[[Peter Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]

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A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
Ernst Cassirer.

to:
*'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Bruno Cassirer Album]]

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This collection by Regina Pfennig contains details
of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
Durieux.

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*'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
->[[Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and their son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]

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A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
to Isidor and Lydia
Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
certificate of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
a certificate to Rudolph Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
Jewish recipients of this honour to death.

to:
*'''Descendants
of Martin
Cassirer'''
->[[Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie
Cassirer)]]
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[[Ernest Cassirer Album]]
to:
A moving account of the life of Susanne Bano, and
her grandmother Lucy Lasker, who lost her life in Auschwitz: by Susanne's
son, Ben Bano.

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The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter Cassirer.

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[[Miriam Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005]]
to:
*'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
->[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann
]].
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Miriam Cassirer's mother Johanna Baron married
Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease,
she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
Baron and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
at this stage is that they sent their children to England and knew
they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
to Johanna's first cousin Ella.

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*'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->[[Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]

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*'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Bruno Cassirer Album]]

to:
A remarkably fluent and clear
recollection of Reinhold
Cassirer's childhood and family life, his formative
years in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
his interview by the Gestapo, and the tightening of pressure on him and
other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
to South Africa and time in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
Albert Cassirer, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
Cassirer.

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This collection by Regina Pfennig contains details
of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
Durieux.

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*'''Descendants
of Martin
Cassirer'''
->[[Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie Cassirer)]]

to:
A note on the origins of the Cassirer name.
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A moving account of the life of Susanne Bano, and
her grandmother Lucy Lasker, who lost her life in Auschwitz: by Susanne's
son, Ben Bano.

to:
[[Die Cassirers]]
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Article in German on the contribution of the Cassirers to Berlin from the ''Berlin Morgenpost'' 29 June 2003.
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*'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
->[[Marriage Certificate of Käthe Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].

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'''Cassirers who may be related'''
->[[References to Cassirers who may be related]]

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*'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->[[Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986
.]]
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References to Cassirers in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
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A remarkably fluent and clear
recollection of Reinhold
Cassirer's childhood and family life, his formative
years in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
his interview by the Gestapo, and the tightening of pressure on him and
other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
to South Africa and time in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
Albert Cassirer, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
Cassirer.

to:
[[Holocaust Victims whose family name was Cassirer]]
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A note on the origins of the Cassirer name.

 
[[Die Cassirers]]

 
Article in German on the contribution of the Cassirers to Berlin from the ''Berlin Morgenpost'' 29 June 2003.

 
 
'''Cassirers who may be related'''
->[[References to Cassirers who may be related]]

 
References to Cassirers in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.

 
[[Holocaust Victims whose family name was Cassirer]]

 
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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche Familien-Stiftung established 28 Oktober 1890]] Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for each of the key descendants mentioned.

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*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche Familien-Stiftung established 28 Oktober 1890]] Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for each of the key descendants mentioned.

 
*[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|"Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]] ;
[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English]] A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.
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Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of
the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established
on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for
each of the key descendants mentioned.

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[[Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -]][[Original in German]] ; [[Translation into English]]
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[["Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]] ;
[[Translation into English]]

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This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer,
was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the
lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.

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A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.
to:
[[Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]
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[[Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -]][[Original in German]] ; [[Translation into English]]
to:
This is a page of the Berlin
Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members
of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.

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This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer,
was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the
lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.

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[[Cassirer Group Photographs]]
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[[Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]
to:
Various group photographs taken at weddings and
other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications
would be appreciated.

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This is a page of the Berlin
Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members
of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.

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[[Cassirer Group Photographs]]
to:
'''Miscellaneous information on the Cassirer
and Falk families '''
->[[Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families
]]
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Various group photographs taken at weddings and
other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications
would be appreciated.

 
 
'''Miscellaneous information on the Cassirer
and Falk families '''
->[[Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]

 
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*[[Loebel Moses Cassirer|Residence Permit of Loebel Moses Cassirer|Residence Permit, other documents and marriage certificate signed by Loebel Moses Cassirer 1796]]
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*[[Cassirer, Loebel Moses|Residence Permit of Loebel Moses Cassirer|Residence Permit, other documents and marriage certificate signed by Loebel Moses Cassirer 1796]]
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The Stamm Nummer was a form of residence
permit with fewer rights than a 'General Privileg' but more rights than
the next step down 'toleriert'. Its existence was limited to Prussia between
1796 and 1812. Details of Loebel Moses Cassirer, his wife Zerchen
Ruben age 53, and their children Moses, Hirch, Gerson and Jacob, with their
ages (28, 25, 24, 22 respectively) are listed.

 
[[Documents confirming Lobel Moses Cassirer's announcement of the marriage of his son Moses to Pessel, daughter of Salamon Abraham Friedländer, 1797]]

 
Salomon Abraham Friedländer
is identified
as a Jew who has a General-Privileg in Berlin, and is to inherit the number
after him. [[Lobel Mose Cassirer's signature]] is inscribed on the second
page below the name of the Secretary of the Breslau Jewish Community at
the time. [With thanks to Irene Newhouse for providing this and the preceding
document.
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->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Stamm Nummer (residence permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]
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*[[Residence Permit of Loebel Moses Cassirer]]
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!!!'''Contemporary accounts of the
Cassirers '''
->[[Die Familie Cassirer: eine bedeutende Berliner Familie]]

 
The Cassirer Family: an important Berlin Family. A 17 page account of the history in German of the Breslau generation of the Cassirer Family. Author not yet identified. Copy provided by Olle Kellerman.

 
[[Cassirer Family Tree by Kerstin Köhnstopp 1989.]]

 
This rendition of the Cassirer genealogy by
Kerstin Köhnstopp is reproduced from the book Harry Nutt, ''Bruno Cassirer'',
Stapp Verlag, Berlin, 1989. It contains some new
information (and, it appears, some significant errors).

 
[[Simplified Cassirer Descendant Chart by Olle Kellerman]]

 
This is a simplified chart developed by Olle Kellerman in 1997. It is not complete.

 
[[Origins of the name Cassirer]]
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->[[Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
to:
->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
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->[[Berlin Reunion 2002.]]  In 2002 a reunion was held in Berlin for relatives of the Cassirers. It was by all accounts a great success. Pictures from the reunion are show here.

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->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Berlin2002/index.html|Berlin Reunion 2002.]]  In 2002 a reunion was held in Berlin for relatives of the Cassirers. It was by all accounts a great success. Pictures from the reunion are show here.

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->[[Stamm Nummer (residence permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]
to:
->[[http://metastudies.net/genealogy/ZDocs/Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Stamm Nummer (residence permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]
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->[[Berlin Reunion 2002.]]  In 2002 a reunion was held in Berlin for
relatives of the Cassirers. It was by all accounts a great success.
Pictures from the reunion are show here.
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->[[Berlin Reunion 2002.]]  In 2002 a reunion was held in Berlin for relatives of the Cassirers. It was by all accounts a great success. Pictures from the reunion are show here.
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->[[Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this
site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
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->[[Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust.
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->[[Family Victims of the Holocaust]]  A list of members of the families in this
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->[[Berlin Reunion 2002.]]


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!!! Recent Events
* [[The London Reunion 2012]]

!!! See Also
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!!! Recent Events
* [[The London Reunion 2012]]

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!!! Family victims of the Holocaust
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[[]]'''CASSIRER DOCUMENTS'''
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!!!Key Cassirer Documents
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'''Descendants
to:
!!!Descendant Albums
Albums of documents and photos have been created  relating to the following Cassirer ancestors:

*
'''Descendants
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*Ernst Cassirer
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'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
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*'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
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'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
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*'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
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'''Descendants
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*'''Descendants
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'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
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*'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
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'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
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*'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
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[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|
]]'''CASSIRER DOCUMENTS'''
->[[Berlin2002/index.html|Berlin Reunion
2002
.]]
to:
'''FAMILY VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST'''
->[[Family Victims of the Holocaust
]]

 
A list of members of the families in this
site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust
.

 
 
[[
]]'''CASSIRER DOCUMENTS'''
->[[Berlin Reunion 2002.]]


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->[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Stamm Nummer (residence
     permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably
     a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]


<font color="#000000" size="3">The Stamm Nummer was a form of residence
   
  permit with fewer rights than a 'General Privileg' but more rights than
      the next step down 'toleriert'. Its existence was limited to Prussia between
     1796 and 1812.&nbsp; Details of Loebel Moses Cassirer, his wife Zerchen
      Ruben age 53
, and their children Moses, Hirch, Gerson and Jacob, with their
      ages (28, 25
, 24, 22 respectively) are listed.


[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer2.jpg|Documents confirming
      Lobel Moses Cassirer's announcement
of the marriage of his son Moses to
 
    Pessel, daughter of Salamon Abraham Friedl&auml;nder, 1797]]


<font color="#000000" size="3">Salomon Abraham Friedl<font color="#000000" size="3">&auml;<font color="#000000" size="3">nder
      is identified
 
    as a Jew who has a General-Privileg in Berlin, and is to inherit the number
      after him.&nbsp;[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer3.jpg| Lobel
      Mose Cassirer's signature]] is inscribed on the second
   
  page below the name of the Secretary of the Breslau Jewish Community at
      the time. [With thanks to Irene Newhouse for providing this and the preceding
   
  document.


[[Cassirer/index.html|Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette
    Cassirer'sche Familien-Stiftung established 28 Oktober 1890]]
 


<font color="#291A10">Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of
          the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established
          on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for
        each of the key descendants mentioned.   
     


[[Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|&quot;Deutsche
              Kriegszeitung&quot; 17 March 1918 - Original in German ]] ;
            [[Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English ]]
     


<font color="#000000" size="3">A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.


[[CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet
            18 October 1937 - ]][[CAB/index.html|Original in German]] ; [[CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation
      into English]]

to:
->[[Stamm Nummer (residence permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]


The Stamm Nummer was a form of residence
permit with fewer rights than a 'General Privileg' but more rights than
the next step down 'toleriert'. Its existence was limited to Prussia between
1796 and 1812. Details of Loebel Moses Cassirer, his wife Zerchen
Ruben age 53, and their children Moses, Hirch, Gerson and Jacob, with their
ages (28, 25, 24, 22 respectively) are listed
.

 
[[Documents confirming Lobel
Moses Cassirer's announcement of the marriage of his son Moses to Pessel, daughter of Salamon Abraham Friedl&auml;nder, 1797]]

 
Salomon Abraham Friedl&auml;nder
is identified
as a Jew who has a General-Privileg in Berlin
, and is to inherit the number
after him
. [[Lobel Mose Cassirer's signature]] is inscribed on the second
page below the name
of the Secretary of the Breslau Jewish Community at
the time. [With thanks to Irene Newhouse for providing this and the preceding
document.

 
[[Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette Cassirer'sche Familien-Stiftung established 28 Oktober 1890]]

 
Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of
the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established
on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for
each of the key descendants mentioned.

 
[["Deutsche Kriegszeitung" 17 March 1918 - Original in German]] ;
[[Translation into English]]

 
A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.

 
[[Cassirer Anecdote Booklet 18 October 1937 -]][[Original in German]] ; [[Translation into English]]

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           was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
       
   many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the
           lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
    


%block align="left"% [[#|Cassirer
            page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]


%block align="left"% <font color="#000000" size="3">This is a page of the Berlin
            Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members
      of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.


[[Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]]
     

to:
was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
many amusing anecdotes and is
the most detailed original account of the
lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.


[[Cassirer page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]

 
This is a page
of the Berlin
Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number
of members
of
the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.


[[Cassirer Group Photographs]]

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           other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
 
           and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications
        would be appreciated.   
     

to:
other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications
would be appreciated.


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         and Falk families '''
->[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album
                of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]
     

to:
and Falk families '''
->[[Album of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer
and Falk families]]

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           uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse
            detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to
the Cassirer
            Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such
            as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this
            site. This album is the place where this information is progressively
            collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview
            and Genealogical Database sections of the site.
     
 
to:
uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse
detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to the Cassirer
Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such
as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this
site. This album is
the place where this information is progressively
collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview
and Genealogical Database sections of the site.


 
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                 of Eduard Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Bano_collection/index.html|Bano
      Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]

to:
of Eduard Cassirer'''
->[[Bano Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]

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           and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny Cassirer, Martin
            and Lise
Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
            Lasker and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to and presented
      to the site by Ben Bano.


[[#|Peter
        Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson ]]

to:
and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny Cassirer, Martin
and Lise Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
Lasker
and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to and presented
to the site by Ben Bano.

 
[[Peter
Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson]]

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           Ernst Cassirer.
     
 
to:
Ernst Cassirer.


 
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->[[Cassirer/Isidor/index.html|Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and their
       son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]


<font color="#291A10">A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
            to Isidor and Lydia Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
            to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
            for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
            certificate
of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
            a certificate to Rudolph
Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
 
           the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
            were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
            irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
            Jewish recipients of this honour to death.



[[Cassirer/Ernest_Cassirer_Colln/index.html|Ernest Cassirer Album]]


<font color="#291A10">The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
      and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter Cassirer.


[[Cassirer/Miriam_Laparne_Colln/index.html|Miriam
      Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005 ]]

to:
->[[Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and their son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]


A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
to Isidor and Lydia Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
certificate of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
a certificate to Rudolph Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
Jewish recipients
of this honour to death.

 
[[Ernest Cassirer Album]]

 
The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter
Cassirer.

 
[[Miriam Cassirer Laparne Album
of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005]]

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         Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease,
          she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
          and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
          Baron
and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
     
   Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
          relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
          at this stage is that they sent their children to England and knew
          they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
      to Johanna's first cousin Ella.
   
%block align="left"% '''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Pfennig_Collection/index.html|Bruno Cassirer Album ]]

to:
Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease,
she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
Baron and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
at this stage is that they sent their children to England
and knew
they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
to Johanna's first cousin Ella.



'''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Bruno Cassirer Album]]

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         of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
 
      as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
      Durieux.
   
%block align="left"% '''Descendants
            of Martin Cassirer'''
->[[Webp/Susanne_C.htm|Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie Cassirer)]]

to:
of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
Durieux.



'''Descendants
of Martin Cassirer'''
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'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->%block align="left"% [[Cassirer/RndC/index.html|Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]


%block align="left"% <font color="#000000" size="3">A remarkably fluent and clear
            recollection
of Reinhold Cassirer's childhood and family life, his formative
            years
in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
            where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
            his interview by the Gestapo
, and the tightening of pressure on him and
          other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
            to South Africa and time in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
            the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
            his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
            Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
            the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
            Albert Cassirer, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
      Cassirer.
   
%block align="left"% '''Contemporary accounts of the
    Cassirers '''
->%block align="left"% [[Cassirer/DFmC/index.html|Die Familie Cassirer: eine bedeutende Berliner Familie]]


<font color="#291A10">The Cassirer Family: an important Berlin Family. A 17 page account of the history in German of the Breslau generation of the Cassirer Family. Author not yet identified. Copy provided by Olle Kellerman.
     


[[BCFamilyTree/index.html|Cassirer Family Tree by Kerstin
    K&ouml;hnstopp 1989.]]
   
 

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'''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->[[Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]


A remarkably fluent and clear
recollection of Reinhold Cassirer
's childhood and family life, his formative
years in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
his interview by the Gestapo, and the tightening
of pressure on him and
other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
to South Africa and time
in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
Albert Cassirer
, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
Cassirer.



'''Contemporary accounts of the
Cassirers '''
->[[Die Familie Cassirer: eine bedeutende Berliner Familie]]

 
The Cassirer Family: an important Berlin Family. A 17 page account of the history in German of the Breslau generation of the Cassirer Family. Author not yet identified. Copy provided by Olle Kellerman.


[[Cassirer Family Tree by Kerstin K&ouml;hnstopp 1989.]]

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Kerstin K&ouml;hnstopp is reproduced from the book Harry Nutt, ''Bruno Cassirer'',
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             or maiden name was Cassirer and who were transported to the death
              camps from Berlin is provided together with the details from the [[http://www.yadvashem.org/|Yad
              Vashem]] database. For most of these victims it remains to be established
              whether or not they were connected to the Cassirer family that is
      the subject of this website.


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'''COHEN DOCUMENTS'''
->[[HCohenPC/index.html|Henry
Cohen (1790-1867)]]

Researched and compiled by Philip Cohen this
represents a huge amount of meticulous research into Henry Cohen
and his descendents and relatives. It includes detailed documentary
material, including a transcript of Henry Cohen's trial.

[[LHC/LHC_TOC.html|Colonial Office
correspondence about Henry Cohen]]

These are copies of correspondence, obtained
by Philip Cohen, relating to the arrival of Henry Cohen, his
assignment to private service, an (unsuccessful) attempt to assign
him to his son in law, Simmons, and his eventual pardon in
1842.

[[Kohn/Kohn01.html|History of the Cohen Name: From
Ha-Kohen (1650-1723) to Abraham Cohen (1812-1874)]]

This manuscript has been handed down to me,
and probably comes from the two addresses by David Spector of Hove,
Sussex, and published by the [[http://ww.jhse.org/|Jewish Historical
Society of England ]]in
their publications Transactions, Vol 22 (1968/9) &quot;The Jews of Brighton&quot; and Vol
    30 (1987/8) &quot;Brighton Jewry reconsidered&quot;. Inter alia it traces the arrival
    in Australia of Abraham Cohen back to Don Menachen ben Chajim Ha-Kohen (1650-1723)
    and the Konstamm family.

[[HRCN/HRCN_TOC.html|Notes of Henry
Robert Cohen (1915-2002)]]

These notes were prepared by Henry Robert Cohen on his
    Microbee computer in the 1970s and follow on from those above to trace the
    Cohen family from Brighton England, through to Australia. They contain a
    very detailed family tree, some details of which remain to be inserted in
    this site. The notes were annotated and then scanned by Philip Cohen sometime
    in the late 1980s. I reproduce them here still as images, now embedded in
    web pages.

[[NOHome/index.html|No Other Home: An Anglo-Jewish Story 1833-1987 by Barbara Falk]]

This book in scanned form is reproduced here with the kind permission of the author, Barbara Falk, and the publisher, Penguin Books Australia Ltd. The book is the most complete history published to date of the Cohen family and related people referred to on this site. It was first published in 1988.

[[Cohen/index.html|Album of miscellaneous information about the Cohen Family
    and their relatives]]

There is quite a bit of information which is progressively
    uncovered about the Cohen family and their relatives.  Some of it is information
    provided by researchers such as Tel Johns who have provided research for
    this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively
    collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview and
    Genealogical Database sections of the site. 

'''FALK DOCUMENTS'''
->[[WDFALK/FALKCH.html|Carolina Vignettes:
David Falk, Philosopher]]

Chapter by Jeanette Falk from book "They
Fled Hitler's Germany and Found Refuge in North Carolina". Reproduced
with her permission.

[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album
      of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]

In this album there is now an extensive
    section on Werner Falk's thesis, including original documents from Heidelberg
    University relating to the examination process, translations into English,
    and other related material. It includes notes
    provided by researchers who have provided translation and research for this
    site.

'''JOSHUA FAMILY HISTORY '''
->[[#|Notes on the
      history of the Joshua family history ]]


Notes provided by Sue Woolf which give sources for information incorporated into the family tree section of this web site.
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or maiden name was Cassirer and who were transported to the death
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'''SICHEL FAMILY HISTORY '''
->[[#|Notes on the
      history of the Sichel family history ]]


Notes provided by Kirsten Beach (Netherlands) which
      give additional information about this family including sources for information
    incorporated into the family tree section of this web site.
 
'''LINKS TO ASSOCIATED WEBSITES '''
->[[Attach:Weblinks.html|Some relevant family websites]]

'''ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS'''
->[[Attach:acknowledgements.html|Acknowledgements]]
   


Work on this site is an ever-more collaborative
            process. I list here the contributions of those who have helped. If I
    have forgotten someone, I apologise. 

'''BIBLIOGRAPHY'''
->[[Attach:Bibliography.html|Bibliography]]
   


This is a list of some of the key sources, primarily
            where they appear in book form. More detailed references can be found
            in the notes associated with the entries in the [[Path:../index.html|Family
    Tree]]. 

'''CHARTS'''
->[[Charts/Index.html|Descendant Charts for some Key Ancestors]]
   


These are descendant charts for the major lines
            of family descent in this family tree. They are large (typically half
            a megabyte) and may be difficult to see on some computers. They may also
            contain some minor discrepancies since they will not be updated every
    time the family tree is amended. They are current to 20 March 2004. 

'''''' 


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'''FAMILY VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST'''
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        Victims of the Holocaust]]
 


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'''KEY PLACES'''
->[[CEurope/index.html|Breslau and Central
Europe]]

This identifies the key places in Central
Europe which were central in the modern origins of the Cassirer, Falk
and Cohen families referred to here. It includes a brief history of
the city of [[CEurope/A01.html|Breslau]] which has been so central in the Cassirer story. It
also includes maps of the relevant portion of Central Europe with key
sites identified, showing these both as part of the [[CEurope/A04.html| German Empire in
1917]], and also divided between East
and West Europe [[CEurope/A03.html| after the Second World
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  Overviews and Documents
</CENTER>

Rather than create a genealogical site based primarily
    on my own genealogical research, I have chosen to build this first by
    compiling existing work that I have been able to find on the family.
    My approach has included much search of the Web as well as interaction with
    those interested in the site. Over the period since February 2004 when this
    site was established this has lead to much improvement in accuracy, broadening
    in scope, and addition of wonderful materials. As these accumulate I am adding
    them to the site. They are listed here. To read any resource click on the
    relevant link.

%block align="left"% '''[[Stories/stories.html|OVERVIEW]]'''
->'''This is the first place to look. It provides an
        overview of themes and histories of the people in this site@@.@@'''

[[Stories/stories.html|'''Introduction''']]
      '''\\
      [[Stories/stories01.html|A tale of two men - Cassirer and Cohen 1530-1800]]\\
      [[Stories/stories02.html|Cassirer ]]\\
      [[Stories/stories03_1.html|Cohen]]\\
      [[Stories/Falk01.html|Falk]]'''
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  Overviews and Documents
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Rather than create a genealogical site based primarily
    on my own genealogical research, I have chosen to build this first by
    compiling existing work that I have been able to find on the family.
    My approach has included much search of the Web as well as interaction with
    those interested in the site. Over the period since February 2004 when this
    site was established this has lead to much improvement in accuracy, broadening
    in scope, and addition of wonderful materials. As these accumulate I am adding
    them to the site. They are listed here. To read any resource click on the
    relevant link.

%block align="left"% '''[[Stories/stories.html|OVERVIEW]]'''
->'''This is the first place to look. It provides an
        overview of themes and histories of the people in this site@@.@@'''

[[Stories/stories.html|'''Introduction''']]
      '''\\
      [[Stories/stories01.html|A tale of two men - Cassirer and Cohen 1530-1800]]\\
      [[Stories/stories02.html|Cassirer ]]\\
      [[Stories/stories03_1.html|Cohen]]\\
      [[Stories/Falk01.html|Falk]]'''

'''KEY PLACES'''
->[[CEurope/index.html|Breslau and Central
Europe]]

This identifies the key places in Central
Europe which were central in the modern origins of the Cassirer, Falk
and Cohen families referred to here. It includes a brief history of
the city of [[CEurope/A01.html|Breslau]] which has been so central in the Cassirer story. It
also includes maps of the relevant portion of Central Europe with key
sites identified, showing these both as part of the [[CEurope/A04.html| German Empire in
1917]], and also divided between East
and West Europe [[CEurope/A03.html| after the Second World
War]].
'''FAMILY VICTIMS OF THE HOLOCAUST'''
->%block align="left"% [[#|Family
        Victims of the Holocaust]]
 


%block align="left"% A list of members of the families in this
    site who are known to have perished as victims of the Holocaust. 
 
[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html| ]]'''CASSIRER DOCUMENTS'''
->[[Berlin2002/index.html|Berlin Reunion
2002.]]

In 2002 a reunion was held in Berlin for
relatives of the Cassirers. It was by all accounts a great success.
Pictures from the reunion are show here.

'''Early Cassirer Documents (1796 -1935)'''
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[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer1.jpg|Stamm Nummer (residence
      permit) of Loebel Moses Cassirer (age 58) and his wife Zerchen (probably
      a nickname for Zerchen), 1796]]


<font color="#000000" size="3">The Stamm Nummer was a form of residence
      permit with fewer rights than a 'General Privileg' but more rights than
      the next step down 'toleriert'. Its existence was limited to Prussia between
      1796 and 1812.&nbsp; Details of Loebel Moses Cassirer, his wife Zerchen
      Ruben age 53, and their children Moses, Hirch, Gerson and Jacob, with their
      ages (28, 25, 24, 22 respectively) are listed.


[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer2.jpg|Documents confirming
      Lobel Moses Cassirer's announcement of the marriage of his son Moses to
      Pessel, daughter of Salamon Abraham Friedl&auml;nder, 1797]]


<font color="#000000" size="3">Salomon Abraham Friedl<font color="#000000" size="3">&auml;<font color="#000000" size="3">nder
      is identified
      as a Jew who has a General-Privileg in Berlin, and is to inherit the number
      after him.&nbsp;[[Cassirer/Loebel_Cassirer_1796/cassirer3.jpg| Lobel
      Mose Cassirer's signature]] is inscribed on the second
      page below the name of the Secretary of the Breslau Jewish Community at
      the time. [With thanks to Irene Newhouse for providing this and the preceding
      document.


[[Cassirer/index.html|Marcus und Jeanette, Siegfried und Henriette
    Cassirer'sche Familien-Stiftung established 28 Oktober 1890]]
 


<font color="#291A10">Four family trust documents (1914-17, 1925, 1930, 1931) of
          the Marcus and Jeanette, Siegfried and Henriette Cassirer trust established
          on 28 October 1890. The documents contain chronicles (including war service over 1914-17) and family trees for
        each of the key descendants mentioned.   
     


[[Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/index.html|&quot;Deutsche
              Kriegszeitung&quot; 17 March 1918 - Original in German ]] ;
            [[Cassirer/Kriegszt_1918/War_Paper.htm|Translation into English ]]
     


<font color="#000000" size="3">A mock 'war newspaper' produced by the Cassirer family on 17 March 1918 as an amusing account of family news and the war.


[[CAB/index.html|Cassirer Anecdote Booklet
            18 October 1937 - ]][[CAB/index.html|Original in German]] ; [[CAB_English/ABE1.html|Translation
      into English]]


This booklet, in German, edited by Toni Cassirer,
            was produced for the occasion of Max Cassirer's 80th birthday. It contains
            many amusing anecdotes and is the most detailed original account of the
            lives of the Cassirers in the late 19th and early 20th century.
     


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            page: Berlin Jewish Address Book 1931]]


%block align="left"% <font color="#000000" size="3">This is a page of the Berlin
            Jewish Address Book in 1931 showing the addresses of a number of members
      of the Cassirer family at that time in Berlin.


[[Fident/Identr.html|Cassirer Group Photographs]]
     


Various group photographs taken at weddings and
            other Cassirer occasions between 1900 and 1937, some of whom are identified
            and some of whom remain to be identified. Your assistance in identifications
        would be appreciated.   
     

'''Miscellaneous information on the Cassirer
          and Falk families '''
->[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album
                of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]
     


There is quite a bit of information which is progressively
            uncovered about the Cassirer and Falk families. There is more diverse
            detail on everything from paintings owned by Paul Cassirer, to the Cassirer
            Cable Factory. Some of it is information provided by researchers such
            as Adalbert Saurma who have provided translation and research for this
            site. This album is the place where this information is progressively
            collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview
            and Genealogical Database sections of the site.
     
   
'''Descendants
                  of Eduard Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Bano_collection/index.html|Bano
      Family Album of Cassirer Documents 1885-1939]]


Photographs, messages, references, menus, obituaries
            and celebratory poems associated with Eduard and Jenny Cassirer, Martin
            and Lise Cassirer, Julie Cassirer, Suzanne Cassirer, Lucie Lasker, Lisbet
            Lasker and Paul Cassirer. These documents were handed down to and presented
      to the site by Ben Bano.


[[#|Peter
        Cassirer: Reflections by a grandson ]]


A much quoted paper by Peter Cassirer on his grandfather
            Ernst Cassirer.
     
   
'''Descendants of Isidor Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Isidor/index.html|Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and their
        son Rudolph Cassirer documents.]]


<font color="#291A10">A set of documents provided by Ernest Cassirer relating
            to Isidor and Lydia Cassirer. They include a telegram from von Hindenburg
            to Lydia Cassirer thanking her for help in the first world war, a certificate
            for the Honour Cross presented to her also for this help, the marriage
            certificate of Isidor and Lydia Cassirer, and finally, and most ironically,
            a certificate to Rudolph Cassirer sent in the name of Adoph Hitler, for
            the Honour Cross for his participation in active military service. These
            were sent on the request of Hindenburg to Hitler to all who had served,
            irrespective of their status. It did not inhibit him from later condemning
            Jewish recipients of this honour to death.



[[Cassirer/Ernest_Cassirer_Colln/index.html|Ernest Cassirer Album]]


<font color="#291A10">The Mourning Book for Isidor and Lydia Cassirer,
      and the war records of their son Rudolph Walter Cassirer.


[[Cassirer/Miriam_Laparne_Colln/index.html|Miriam
      Cassirer Laparne Album of Cassirer Photographs and Anecdotes ~1890-2005 ]]


Miriam Cassirer's mother Johanna Baron married
          Rudolph Cassirer. In later life, suffering from Alzheimer's disease,
          she annotated the family photographs. Miriam has presented these photographs
          and their identifications to the site. They cover her grandmother Adele
          Baron and her grandfather, her mother Johanna and husband Rudolph Cassirer,
          Johanna's sister Gertrude, her brother Ernest Cassirer, and other connected
          relatives. Included is a couple who are unidentified. All that is known
          at this stage is that they sent their children to England and knew
          they were going to Auschwitz. It is possible that they are related
      to Johanna's first cousin Ella.
   
%block align="left"% '''Descendants of Julius Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Pfennig_Collection/index.html|Bruno Cassirer Album ]]


This collection by Regina Pfennig contains details
          of houses and establishments owned by Bruno Cassirer prior to the war
          as well as photos of the graves of Afred and Paul Cassirer, and Tilla
      Durieux.
   
%block align="left"% '''Descendants
            of Martin Cassirer'''
->[[Webp/Susanne_C.htm|Susanne Bano (ne Suzanne Julie Cassirer)]]


A moving account of the life of Susanne Bano, and
            her grandmother Lucy Lasker, who lost her life in Auschwitz: by Susanne's
            son, Ben Bano.
     
   
'''Descendants of Salomon Cassirer'''
->[[Cassirer/Kathe_C%20Marriage/index.html|Marriage
                Certificate of K&auml;the Cassirer and Dr. Paul Herrmann]].
     
   
%block align="left"% '''Descendants of Louis Cassirer'''
->%block align="left"% [[Cassirer/RndC/index.html|Reinhold Cassirer: English translation of interview on Suedwest-Funk Radio, 1986.]]


%block align="left"% <font color="#000000" size="3">A remarkably fluent and clear
            recollection of Reinhold Cassirer's childhood and family life, his formative
            years in Charlottenburg (ending in 1926), his study with Weber in Heidelberg
            where he gained his Doctorate in December 1932, the advent of the Nazis,
            his interview by the Gestapo, and the tightening of pressure on him and
            other Jews, his role in the family Cable Manufacturing Company, his move
            to South Africa and time in the South African and British Army (1940-1946),
            the recommencement of his business life in South Africa and in 1968,
            his taking up the opportunity to open a branch of Sotheby's in South
            Africa, and finally his marriage to and life with Nardine Gordimer and
            the family they have nurtured. Includes also interesting references to
            Albert Cassirer, Paul Cassirer and Tilla Durieux, and Ernst and Heinz
      Cassirer.
   
%block align="left"% '''Contemporary accounts of the
    Cassirers '''
->%block align="left"% [[Cassirer/DFmC/index.html|Die Familie Cassirer: eine bedeutende Berliner Familie]]


<font color="#291A10">The Cassirer Family: an important Berlin Family. A 17 page account of the history in German of the Breslau generation of the Cassirer Family. Author not yet identified. Copy provided by Olle Kellerman.
     


[[BCFamilyTree/index.html|Cassirer Family Tree by Kerstin
    K&ouml;hnstopp 1989.]]
   
 


This rendition of the Cassirer genealogy by
    Kerstin K&ouml;hnstopp is reproduced from the book Harry Nutt, ''Bruno Cassirer'',
    Stapp Verlag, Berlin, 1989. It contains some new
    information (and, it appears, some significant errors).
   
 


<FONT COLOR="#555555">[[CPeterCFTree/index.html|Simplified
    Cassirer Descendant Chart by Olle Kellerman ]]
   
 


This is a simplified chart developed by Olle Kellerman in 1997. It is not complete.
     


[[Webp/Cassirer_name.html|Origins of the name Cassirer]]
     


A note on the origins of the Cassirer name.
     


[[Webp/Berlin_Morganpost.htm|Die Cassirers]]
     


Article in German on the contribution of the Cassirers to Berlin from the ''Berlin Morgenpost'' 29 June 2003.
     
   
'''Cassirers who may be related'''
->[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|References to Cassirers who may be related]]
     


References to Cassirers in the historical record who may or may not be connected to this family tree. Any help you can give in establishing such connections would be appreciated.
     


%block align="left"% [[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Holocaust
      Victims whose family name was Cassirer]]


A list of victims of the Holocaust, whose family
              or maiden name was Cassirer and who were transported to the death
              camps from Berlin is provided together with the details from the [[http://www.yadvashem.org/|Yad
              Vashem]] database. For most of these victims it remains to be established
              whether or not they were connected to the Cassirer family that is
      the subject of this website.


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'''COHEN DOCUMENTS'''
->[[HCohenPC/index.html|Henry
Cohen (1790-1867)]]

Researched and compiled by Philip Cohen this
represents a huge amount of meticulous research into Henry Cohen
and his descendents and relatives. It includes detailed documentary
material, including a transcript of Henry Cohen's trial.

[[LHC/LHC_TOC.html|Colonial Office
correspondence about Henry Cohen]]

These are copies of correspondence, obtained
by Philip Cohen, relating to the arrival of Henry Cohen, his
assignment to private service, an (unsuccessful) attempt to assign
him to his son in law, Simmons, and his eventual pardon in
1842.

[[Kohn/Kohn01.html|History of the Cohen Name: From
Ha-Kohen (1650-1723) to Abraham Cohen (1812-1874)]]

This manuscript has been handed down to me,
and probably comes from the two addresses by David Spector of Hove,
Sussex, and published by the [[http://ww.jhse.org/|Jewish Historical
Society of England ]]in
their publications Transactions, Vol 22 (1968/9) &quot;The Jews of Brighton&quot; and Vol
    30 (1987/8) &quot;Brighton Jewry reconsidered&quot;. Inter alia it traces the arrival
    in Australia of Abraham Cohen back to Don Menachen ben Chajim Ha-Kohen (1650-1723)
    and the Konstamm family.

[[HRCN/HRCN_TOC.html|Notes of Henry
Robert Cohen (1915-2002)]]

These notes were prepared by Henry Robert Cohen on his
    Microbee computer in the 1970s and follow on from those above to trace the
    Cohen family from Brighton England, through to Australia. They contain a
    very detailed family tree, some details of which remain to be inserted in
    this site. The notes were annotated and then scanned by Philip Cohen sometime
    in the late 1980s. I reproduce them here still as images, now embedded in
    web pages.

[[NOHome/index.html|No Other Home: An Anglo-Jewish Story 1833-1987 by Barbara Falk]]

This book in scanned form is reproduced here with the kind permission of the author, Barbara Falk, and the publisher, Penguin Books Australia Ltd. The book is the most complete history published to date of the Cohen family and related people referred to on this site. It was first published in 1988.

[[Cohen/index.html|Album of miscellaneous information about the Cohen Family
    and their relatives]]

There is quite a bit of information which is progressively
    uncovered about the Cohen family and their relatives.  Some of it is information
    provided by researchers such as Tel Johns who have provided research for
    this site. This album is the place where this information is progressively
    collected. Over time some of it may be further linked into the Overview and
    Genealogical Database sections of the site. 

'''FALK DOCUMENTS'''
->[[WDFALK/FALKCH.html|Carolina Vignettes:
David Falk, Philosopher]]

Chapter by Jeanette Falk from book "They
Fled Hitler's Germany and Found Refuge in North Carolina". Reproduced
with her permission.

[[Cassirer/Cassirer_Falk_Miscellaneous/index.html|Album
      of miscellaneous additional information on the Cassirer and Falk families]]

In this album there is now an extensive
    section on Werner Falk's thesis, including original documents from Heidelberg
    University relating to the examination process, translations into English,
    and other related material. It includes notes
    provided by researchers who have provided translation and research for this
    site.

'''JOSHUA FAMILY HISTORY '''
->[[#|Notes on the
      history of the Joshua family history ]]


Notes provided by Sue Woolf which give sources for information incorporated into the family tree section of this web site.
 
'''SICHEL FAMILY HISTORY '''
->[[#|Notes on the
      history of the Sichel family history ]]


Notes provided by Kirsten Beach (Netherlands) which
      give additional information about this family including sources for information
    incorporated into the family tree section of this web site.
 
'''LINKS TO ASSOCIATED WEBSITES '''
->[[Attach:Weblinks.html|Some relevant family websites]]

'''ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS'''
->[[Attach:acknowledgements.html|Acknowledgements]]
   


Work on this site is an ever-more collaborative
            process. I list here the contributions of those who have helped. If I
    have forgotten someone, I apologise. 

'''BIBLIOGRAPHY'''
->[[Attach:Bibliography.html|Bibliography]]
   


This is a list of some of the key sources, primarily
            where they appear in book form. More detailed references can be found
            in the notes associated with the entries in the [[Path:../index.html|Family
    Tree]]. 

'''CHARTS'''
->[[Charts/Index.html|Descendant Charts for some Key Ancestors]]
   


These are descendant charts for the major lines
            of family descent in this family tree. They are large (typically half
            a megabyte) and may be difficult to see on some computers. They may also
            contain some minor discrepancies since they will not be updated every
    time the family tree is amended. They are current to 20 March 2004. 

'''''' 


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