Guide to the Papers of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy, 1870 - 2001Manuscript MS-522

Introduction to the Collection

The papers of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy contain manuscripts and drafts of books, essays, lectures, sermons, articles and poems as well as personal and professional correspondence. The correspondence is with family, friends and publishers including Martin Buber, Helmuth and Konrad von Moltke, Julian Morgenstern, May Sarton, Franz Rosenzweig, Margrit (Gritli) Rosenstock-Huessy and many others.

The papers also contains notes, book galleys, student work, audio recordings of lectures, newspaper clippings, transcribed lectures, published articles and essays, English translations of selected works, as well as materials related to the Civilian Conservation Corps' Camp William James.

Also retained within these papers are materials generated by other members of the Rosenstock-Huessy family as well as family friends, including Rosenstock-Huessy's parents Paula and Theodor and his son Hans.

The papers document the scholarly work of Dartmouth College professor and religious philosopher Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy as well as the personal relationship between Franz Rosenzweig and Eugen and Margrit Rosenstock-Huessy.

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