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The bulk of the collection consists of Leopold Katscher's papers, while his wife is represented to a lesser degree.
The collection consists of the papers of journalist and peace activist Leopold Katscher ( ) and his wife, the novelist Berta Katscher (née Katscher, ).
Other projects included a Hungarian edition of Moderne Kunst, 1-Kreuzer-Abendblatt, Eigene Monatsschrift, Internationales Literaturblatt (with M.
Levin), Briefkasten-Korrespondenz, and Der Freimüthige (with Romeo Katscher).
v Scope and content note..Arrangement note..Series descriptions and container list...1 SERIES I. Kohlbach-Bickel Papers Manuscripts and Archives Division The New York Public Library Contains photographs of the Katscher family.
Related materials note Ten volumes of Katscher Archives. Nachlass Margarethe Faas-Hardegger Zentralbibliothek Zürich Contains correspondence between Margarethe Faas-Hardegger and Leopold Katscher.
In 1887, Leopold Katscher assumed all responsibilities and renamed the publication Hauptstädtische Plauderspaziergänge.
Beginning in the early 1880s, Leopold Katscher criticized practices in the publishing industry that were at odds with authors' interests.
Notably, he showed great interest in the growing women's rights movement and in profitsharing, and served as the director of the European Committee for Social Reform.He was especially interested in England's literature, society, and industrial and technical achievements.Katscher authored ethnographic essays, particularly on China and Japan. Transcripts and photocopies of her letters are provided in 20 of the collection.
Original letters of Bertha von Suttner are available only by written permission of the Curator of Manuscripts.In the mid-1880s, Bertha von Suttner sparked Leopold Katscher's interest in the international peace movement.