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576. “Geheeb Correspondence Archive,” http://www.ecole.ch/educat/gheebarchiv/korresondenz%2520-D.pdf, 5/1/2004, Copy is available in the reports folder.
Name of Meyer is spelled Mayer in most other documents including the Cassirer Mitgliederverzeichnis of December 31 1925 and the deportation records of his daughter Lucie.

Correspondence archive of the Ecole d’Humanite - see www.ecole.ch/english/framescolee.html Located in the mountainv village of Hasliberg-Goldern, it lies between Lucerne and Interlaken in the heart of the Swiss Alps.
577. Andrew Bano, “Person Sheet,” 17 Mar 2007, Jim Falk email archives.
578. Ben Bano, July 2004, “Susanne Bano,” Jim Falk Archive.
579. Andrew Bano, “no subject,” 23 June 2011, Jim Falk email archives.
580. Andrew Bano, “RE: Origin of Cassirer family name,” 11 Oct 2005, Jim Falk email archives.
581. Ben Bano, “Cassirer Family,” 17 Jul 2004, Jim Falk e-mail archive.
583. Toni Cassirer, Mein Leben mit Ernst Cassirer, 1981, Gesternberg Verlarg, 14-15.
585. “Notice: Deaths Loewenberg, Anne Marie Cassirer,” The New York Times, Monday 2 Apr 2007, Newspaper Classified Advertisement reproduced on web, http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=950...3AA25753C1A9679C8B63.
Paid Notice: Deaths
LOEWENBERG, ANNE MARIE CASSIRER

Published: October 19, 2001

LOEWENBERG-Anne Marie Cassirer. Wife of the late Dr. Walter Loewenberg. Beloved mother of Marianne Davis, and Gerhard Loewenberg and wife Ina. Grandmother of Ted and Andy Dimond, Deborah Loewenberg Ball and Michael Loewenberg. Also survived by eight great grandchildren. Remembered with love by her nephews and nieces, Eric and Wilfred Cass, Illa Saphra, Nellie Fink, June Sidman, Franklin Lonberg and by her friend Barry Head. She was devoted to her entire family and to the health of children, serving for 40 years as attending physician at the New York Infirmary and for 30 years in the Day Care Division of the Department of Health of the City of New York. In lieu of flowers donations to US Fund for UNICEF, 333 East 38th St., NYC, 10016. Services Sunday 11:30AM at ''The Riverside'', 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.
586. Adalbert Saurma, “continuing meta metastudies,” 18 Dec 2004, Jim Falk e-mail files.
587. Adalbert Saurma, “About Lowenberg,” 23 Oct 2005, Jim Falk email archives.
588. Georg Stockshlaeder, “Re: http://genealogy.metastudies.net,”; 6 Jul 2016.
Family Tree extract “Ahnenbericht für Woythaler, Henny” (see multimedia attached)
589. “Chronik Familienstiftung 1930,” 1930, See http://www.genealogy.metastudies.net/ZDocs/Cassirer/FS_1930/A03.html.
591. Rupert Christiansen, “I’ll do it my way,” Bonhams Magazine, Spring 2005, http://www.sculpture.org.uk/features/bonhams0205/index.jsp.
592. Anne Elliott, Oct 2012, “The Cassirers,” Jim Falk archives.
593. Peter Cassirer, 27 May 2004.
594. Professor Peter Paret, Dec 2004, “Notes on the Paret and Cassirer Families,” Jim Falk archives, p 22.
595. “Protestant Cemetery Name Index Stone 1998,” http://www.dkinst-rom.dk/protcem/work/pcDE.html#Stone1998, 10 Dec 2005.
597. Rahel E. Feilchenfeldt, “Re: Paul Cassirers birthplace,” 9 May 2007, Jim Falk email archives.
598. Professor Peter Paret, Dec 2004, “Notes on the Paret and Cassirer Families,” Jim Falk archives, p. 23, p. 26.
599. Ibid. p. 25.
600. “Ricarda Huch: Leben und Schreiben im europäischen Horizont,” http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/frauenarchiv/ausstellungen/europa/huch/, 10 Dec 2005.
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