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Contains 115 Results:

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 March 26

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 37
Scope and Contents

Letter from Heilner family to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner. Aron receives more money from his sons. He pleads for them to return to Germany after they have earned from 30,000 to 40,000 franks. Aron will not allow Max to come to California. Duplicate sample of check follows the included translation of the letter. Dated March 26, 1856.

Dates: 1856 March 26

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 April 22

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 38
Scope and Contents

Letter from Heilner family to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner. Aron anxiously awaits the "Ansassingmachung" (right of residency) which Feifer Guitmann, Regina’s fiance, needs to take Regina to Karbach. This permit only applies to Jews. Dated April 22, 1856. Includes a translation of the letter.

Dates: 1856 April 22

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 July 4

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 39
Scope and Contents

Letter to family Heilner to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner. The family expresses their concern over the Southern Oregon Indian Wars. Dated July 4, 1856. Includes a translation of the letter.

Dates: 1856 July 4

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 August 10, 1856 August 1

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 40
Scope and Contents

Letter from Heilner family to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner. Aron refers to a worrisome newspaper article in Germany concerning the Oregon Indian Wars, located directly in area where his sons are living and working. Main family letter dated August 10, 1856. Letter from Max dated August 1, 1856. Includes a translation of the letters.

Dates: 1856 August 10; 1856 August 1

Photograph of the Simonsfeld and Cohen clothing and dry goods store , approximately 1857

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 41
Scope and Contents

Photocopy of a photograph of a clothing and dry goods store owned by Seligmann Heilner (aka Cohn) and Julius Simonsfeld. Dated approximately 1857.

Dates: approximately 1857

Poster of Crescent City buildings, approximately 1857

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 42
Scope and Contents

Poster guide with drawings of buildings (including Simonsfeld &;amp Cohn) in Crescent City. Dated approximately 1857.

Dates: approximately 1857

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 October 25

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 43
Scope and Contents

Letter from Heilner family to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner. Letter describes that the Rogue River Indian War plagues Crescent City, CA. Aron pleas with his sons to return to Germany "where people live like human beings." Dated October 25, 1856. Includes a translation of the letter.

Dates: 1856 October 25

Drawing of Crescent City, approximately 1856

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 44
Scope and Contents

Photocopy of a drawing of Crescent City, California, dated approximately 1856.

Dates: approximately 1856

Max Heilner letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1856 November 4

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 45
Scope and Contents

Letter and envelope from Max Heilner writing to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner in America. Dated November 4, 1856. Includes a translation of the letter.

Dates: 1856 November 4

Heilner family letter to Sigmund Heilner and Seligmann Heilner, 1857 January 8, 1857 January 18

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Identifier: MSS 6721 Series 1 Sub-Series 2 Item 46
Scope and Contents

Letter from Heilner family to Sigmund Heinler and Seligmann Heilner. Aron explains the "Right of Settlement" as it pertains to Jewish people in Bavaria. Feifer Gutmann refers to this restriction as well. Dated January 8, 1857, January 18, 1857. Includes a translation of the letters.

Dates: 1857 January 8; 1857 January 18