Albert Schweitzer Collection, 1896 1976 (Mostly 1930 1965)

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Box 1, Folder 17
TMs, undated, 6 pp., detailing the original titles of Dr. Albert Schweitzer's works, the Japanese translations of those titles, and the translators; also detailing the Japanese titles of works on Dr. Albert Schweitzer, the English translations of those titles, and the authors
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Box 1, Folder 18
DS (photostat), July 11, 1949, 1 p., from the University of Chicago, conferring the degree of Doctor of Laws on Dr. Albert Schweitzer, signed by Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chancellor of the University; with mailing envelope; printed blank invitation (July, 1949) from Dr. and Mrs. Albert Schweitzer, to an informal tea during the Schweitzer's stay in New York, to be filled in by recipient with preferred day; booklets of clergy fare certificates to be used on railroad lines, sent (1949) to the Schweitzers from the Eastern Clergy Bureau and the Western Clergy Bureau; Strasburger Universitäs-Kalender for Winter 1910/1911, possibly used by Schweitzer
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Box 1, Folder 20
ALS (photostat), December 6, 1954, concerning a donation to Dr. Schweitzer's hospital in Lambaréné from the students of The Hun School of Princeton in memory of Dr. Erna Kankhauser, with TLS (photostat), of transcription of ALS text and ALS (photostat) and TLS (photostat); TN, detailing the background of the letter, with TC (photostat), also detailing said background; D, December 12-18, 1954, "Topics of the Town" blurb in Princeton, NJ paper, detailing the background of the donation to Dr. Schweitzer's hospital; TNs, January 18, 1956, from Howard C. Rice, Jr., detailing the nature of said ALS as a donation from Mrs. Paul R. Chessbro
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Box 1, Folder 21
ALsS (6), 1953 - 1955, 1960-1961, correspondence regarding an appointment for a friend of Dr. Albert Schweitzer's to the United Nations, the United Nations in General, and the United Nations in relation to Africa, with typewritten transcripts of English translations [the first letter in the series, of December 19, 1953, was written by Dr. Albert Schweitzer]