IV Legacies of manuscripts and papers (including documents deposited during a person’s lifetime)

Volume:  1,8 m
Period: 1903–1950
Contents: lectures and publications, correspondence, drawings

Volume: 1.2 m
Period: 1938–1973
Contents: biographical documents, correspondence, scholarly papers, activities to promote the discipline of Egyptology

Volume: 4 m
Period: 1913–1989
Contents: Catalogues of own exhibitions as well as those of other artists, photos of works by the artist, small-sized printed material and newspaper clippings of art events, correspondence (approx. 300 letters)

Volume: 1.2 m
Period: 1821-2003
Contents: biographical documents, journals, documents on archaeological research, lectures and his activities within the Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, correspondence, photographs, including pictures of his artistic work

Volume: 18.2 m
Period: 1860–1933
Contents: biographical documents, journals and notebooks, documents on art-historical research and Bode’s activities within the Königliche Museen zu Berlin, as a member of various associations, and on the art market (notes, manuscripts, reports, statements and evaluations, invoices and bills, newspaper clippings), special-edition prints, approx. 65,000 letters penned by 6000 people.

Volume: 0.7 m
Period: 1949–1986
Contents: approx. 500 letters to and from contemporary German and Eastern European artists

Volume: 2.3 m
Period: 1859–2005
Contents: biographical documents, work on the art market, artists’ letters

Volume: 0,2 m
Period: 1838–1923
Contents: correspondence, drawings, photographs

Volume: 0.6 m
Period: 1914–1928
Contents: documentation of activity as representative of supreme military command responsible for locating and securing transportable art collections in the western occupied territories during the First World War, 196 letters from Wilhelm von Bode to Th. Demmler

Volume: 4.2 m
Period: 1931–1987, 1990, 1995
Contents: biographical records, correspondence, documents relating to his work as deputy director general at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and as director of the Kupferstichkabinett, documents on scholarly research into Genelli and catalogue of lost artworks from the Gemäldegalerie Dresden, newspaper clippings

Volume: 1.2 m
Period: 1845–1879, (1885–1904)
Contents: biographical documents (certificates, poetic fragments, diary pages, manuscript of an autobiography), correspondence (approx. 700 letters), approx. 800 letters of foreign provenance (correspondence of Julius Allgeyer and Carl Neumann on the publication of a monograph on Anselm Feuerbach)

Volume: 0.5 m
Period: 1842–1901
Contents: Art-historical writings (notes and manuscripts, including on German art history, Raphael and Dürer), correspondence (40 letters), documents relating to the centenary of Jakob Grimm’s birth and the erection of a Grimm memorial in Hanau, Germany

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1840–1920
Content: biographical documents, newspaper clippings, correspondence

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1889–1935
Contents: Notes, manuscripts, and letters about Pozzo drawings

Volume: 0.7 m
Period: 1886–1914
Contents: biographical documents (certificates, notes relating to family genealogy), dairies and notebooks, manuscripts on art, cultural theory, and literary topics

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1872–1897
Contents: correspondence to Ernst Friedrich Wilhelm Koenigs (approx. 320 letters)

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1795–1815
Contents: correspondence to Johann Friedrich Bolt (50 letters), 4 manuscripts on the French Revolution

Volume: 1 m
Period: 1855–1960
Contents: biographical documents, journals and notebooks, correspondence, documents on excavations, drawings

Volume: 0.6 m
Period: 1849-1950
Content: Inventory lists, auction catalogues (partially annotated), biographical documents, photographs

Volume:0,2 m
Content:manuskripts, drawings, photographs, lectures

Volume: 0.4 m
Period: 1904–1921
Contents: notes, manuscript, and correspondence surrounding the editing and publishing of ‘Die Malerei in Spanien vom 14. bis 18. Jahrhundert’ (on Spanish painting from the 14th to 18th c.)

Volume: 0.7 m
Period: [undated], 1908–1936
Contents: manuscripts, notes, transcripts, documents, and illustrations relating to work on Schadow, correspondence

Volume: 0.2 m
Period: 1737–1931
Contents: family documents (lineages and genealogies, birth announcements, official commissions and appointments, letters, correspondence, treatises) mainly dating from the 1800s, documents relating to the period of military service of the painter Hans von Marées

Volume: 2.2 m
Period: 1828–1905
Contents: biographical documents (certificates, testament), correspondence primarily to friends and publishers (approx. 300 letters)

Volume: 3 m
Period: 1836–1894
Contents: biographical documents (poetic fragments, documents from days as a student), 38 dairies and notebooks, study materials and manuscripts relating to historical, philosophical, literary and art-historical studies and publications (incl. documents on the Künstler-Lexikon and Galerie-Werk), documents relating to activities as director of the Gemäldegalerie at the Königliche Museen zu Berlin, correspondence (approx. 2000 letters), 11 diaries of Otto Mündler from the years 1836–1863

Volume: 0.9 m
Period: 1851–1888
Contents: 66 notebooks with travel reports, records and manuscripts of studies in art history (including on Giorgione and Tiepolo), correspondence (40 letters)

Volume: 0.4 m
Period: 1834–1869
Contents: 13 diaries with travel reports and entries on his activities as an art dealer in France, Italy, Switzerland, and Germany, itemized list of art in private collections, handwritten catalogue of artists, exhibition catalogues

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1951–1982
Contents: Correspondence, photographs

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: undated [after 1830]
Contents: Notes and manuscripts on hermeneutics and etymology and on criticism of collections of artefacts from classical antiquity

Volume: 3 m
Period: 1797–1856
Contents: biographical documents (notes, documents, honours), diaries and travel notes, records of commissions and works (statues, monuments, busts, medals), documents relating to the management of the workshops (incl. financial accounts), documents relating to membership of art and museum commissions and to his work as an art teacher, correspondence (approx. 1500 letters)

Volume: 1.5 m
Period: 1921–1972
Contents: 7 diaries and notebooks, documentation relating to art-historical research, publications, documents from his work at the Nationalgalerie, as a university professor, and in art associations and commissions (notes, manuscripts, photos, statements of expert scholarly opinion, newspaper clippings), special-edition prints, correspondence (approx. 700 letters)

  • Elisabeth Rohde (1915-2013), archaeologist, director at the Antikensammlung, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (East)
  • Kurt Rohde (1882-1950), art dealer
  • Charlotte Rohde, birth name Berbig (1892-1984)
  • Frieda Hinze (1902-1991), art dealer

Volume: 7,3 m
Period: 1882-2015
Contents: biographical documents, documents on archaeological research as well as on activities in the Antikensammlung (correspondence, manuscripts, publications, lectures, photographs); Business documents of the art dealer Rohde/Hinze: correspondence, inventory documents, expert opinions, invoices, catalogues, photographs; Documents on the collection Rohde/Hinze

Volume: 1.7 m
Period: 1790–1850, 1927–1951
Contents: biographical documents (letters and manuscripts for an autobiography, poetic fragments), 67 calendar notebooks, documents relating to commissions and works, correspondence (approx. 750 letters), research material and publications by Hans Mackowsky on Schadow and his work (notes, manuscripts, and excerpts)

Volume: 1 m
Period: 1803–1840
Contents: biographical documents (notes, honours, official appointments, patents), drawings of buildings in Berlin and beyond, statements of expert opinion, essays and explanatory notes (for instance regarding architectural designs and painting), theoretical writings on architecture, literature, and philosophy, diary, travel reports and drawings from his time as head architect of the Prussian Building Commission, correspondence (approx. 330 letters), travel diaries of his daughters, Susanne and Elisabeth Schinkel

Volume: 0.9 m
Period: 1899–1943
Contents: Documents relating to art-historical research and publications on glass, faience, porcelain, furniture, and metal (notes, excerpts, manuscripts, photos, statements of expert opinion), correspondence (approx. 200 letters)

Volume: 0.2 m
Period: 1869–1945
Contents: biographical documents, scholarly papers, membership in clubs and organizations, correspondence, special-edition prints

Volume: 0.1 m
Period: 1833–1843
Contents: 5 dairies and notebooks of travels in Greece

Volume: 0.3 m
Period: 1908–1941
Contents: biographical documents (official documents, certificates), diaries and notebooks, notes and manuscripts incl. those relating to his stay and travels in the Soviet Union after 1931, photographs and notes from political agitation texts and pictures

Volume: 0.7 m
Period: 1821–1859
Contents: Correspondence (approx. 1300 letters), hand copy of the catalogue of the Wagener Collection

Volume: 2.7 m
Period: 1903–1948
Contents: Diaries and notebooks, drawings, watercolours on paper, correspondence

Volume: 0.7 m
Period: 1906–1961
Content: 52 journals, including recordings on exhibitions, acquisitions, statements and publications, correspondence, notes

Volume: 9,5 m
Period: 1863–1974
Contents: biographical documents, memberships in societies and associations, documents on archaeological research, excavations, museum collections (i. a. Collection of Classical Antiquities, Berlin), art market, private collections (notes, manuscripts, photographs, drawings, expert opinions, invoices, printed matter, newspaper clippings), lectures and publications, correspondence