Regular correspondents throughout the series include members of PB's family (particularly his mother, Helene Bondy and his brother-in-law, Max Löbbe in Berlin [Reichsbank adviser]) as well as friends such as the German Evangelical Church theologist, Trude [Gertrud] Emmerich. There is also substantial correspondence with PB's contacts within the aluminium industry, much of it concerning his attempts to initiate various business projects and (in the late 1930s) to claim outstanding payments that he was owed for work he had completed. Most of the correspondence is from the correspondents to PB, but there are some copies of letters that PB wrote in relation to business and employments matters. Note that correspondence with PB can also be found in many of the other series in addition to this one.
Correspondence - Paul Bondy
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- ReferenceGB 367 PCB/3
- Dates of Creation1888-1890, 1928-1975
- Language of MaterialGerman English French
- Physical Description2 boxes (19 folders)
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