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Ludwig von Mises Historic Archive at Grove City College

Material Description

This collection is one of two archives in the world that contain Ludwig von Mises personal papers. This collection contains unpublished materials that were not confiscated by the Nazis during WWII. It consists of correspondence between individuals, Colleges and Universities, and publishing companies. There are manuscript files containing article and book manuscripts some published, some unpublished. There are pamphlets and published materials including articles, reviews and notices of works. One series contains the personal papers of Mises and his wife Margit including financial and medical records as well as scrapbooks and photos. Another series covers the death of Ludwig von Mises. The collection covers Mises’ life in Europe during the rise of the Nazi party and the start of WWII to his emigration to the United States up until his death in 1973. Most of the papers cover his political and economic beliefs. Many cover his many lectures given around the world and similar economics events. The collection contains correspondence with many notable individuals including but not limited to William F. Buckley, Barry Goldwater, Otto von Hapsburg, Rose Wilder Lane, Richard von Mises, J. Howard Pew, Wilhelm Röpke, Hans Sennholz, and Albert Mannheimer.

Year Added:

2017

Institution

Grove City College

Contact(s)

Ms. Hilary Walczak
Grove City College



Date Range

1900 - 1973

Geographic Scope

Items in the Mises archive have come from the United States, Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia, France, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, and England.

Materials

  • 111 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 7 Manuscripts
  • 1 Photographs
  • 7 Manuscripts
  • 1 Photographs
  • 7 Manuscripts
  • 1 Photographs
  • 7 Manuscripts
  • 1 Photographs