Correspondence concerning the Hilfsverein für jüdische Studierende, Berlin (aid organisation for Jewish students), founded in 1841 to help poor Jewish students receive secondary education, mostly relating to bequests, 1880-1910.
Hilfsverein für jüdische Studierende: correspondence (microfilm)
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Hilfsverein für jüdische Studierende, Berlin (aid organisation for Jewish students) was founded in 1841 with the object of assisting poor Jewish students at state secondary schools in Berlin, by providing interest free loans and grants to cover examination costs. It is not known when it ceased functioning.
It is arranged alphabetically by correspondent in 3 groups, which correspond to the original file structure.
Jewish Central Information Office
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Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements
Entry compiled by Howard Falksohn.
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