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Unidentified Scrapbook, Brown pleather, "Post Office Two Pence" stamping on front cover: Many documents relating to Heine's life before emigrating to United States. Much of the contents are written in Dutch and/or German. Includes University papers, emigration forms and letters, certificates of appreciation, documents related to Heine's time as a prisoner in World War II and "wehrkraftzersetzung" or sedition of Nazi Germany, Letters from Military Regional Government of Bavaria stating Heine was employed by US Army after the liberation of Germany , 1933-09-19 - 1989-12-24

 Item — Box: 13, Object: 1
From the Collection: This collection spans 148 years and two continents and does have some World War II era Nazi and Netherlands documents. However, it mostly centers on Aalbert Heine after he moved to Corpus Christi in 1957 to become the Corpus Christi Junior Museum Director. While it contains an eclectic amount of his background work in promoting the museum and learning, Heine traveled frequently and kept detailed travelogues often with details and sketches of other museums he visited and how what he saw could be incorporated to improve the Corpus Christi Museum. Heine and the Corpus Christi Science and History Museum are nearly inseparable from each other as he used his personality and philosophies to build the institution from the ground up.


  • Majority of material found within 1933-09-19 - 1989-12-24

Conditions Governing Access

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From the Collection: 12.25 Linear Feet


Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives, Mary and Jeff Bell Library, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Repository

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