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The New York Public Library Humanities and Social Sciences Library Manuscripts and Archives Division Leopold and Berta Katscher Papers Mss Col 6318 Regine Heberlein June 2006 This version produced December 2006 Table of Contents Summary... iv Biographical / Historical note Biographical note Leopold Katscher Leopold Katscher was a journalist and social reformer. Schwimmer-Lloyd Collection Manuscripts and Archives Division The New York Public Library Contains the papers of related families.In later years, he largely abandoned his literary efforts, concentrating instead on the social movements of his time, including cosmopolitanism, pacifism, women's rights, workers' rights, postal reform, and socialism.Katscher designed and co-founded several journals, most notably Weltstädtische Plauderspaziergänge, which he co-owned and edited together with O. The journal contained gossipy articles about recent events in the European capitals.Katscher traveled extensively throughout Europe from From he resided in London, and subsequently lived in Berlin, Budapest, Baden, and in Switzerland. His earliest writings include poems and humorous short fiction; from 1870 on, he began to submit journalistic commentary pieces to the local press.Katscher began to write as a teenager and submitted his writings for publication in serials as early as Among his many pseudonyms, some of which he later shared with his wife, are Ludwig Koelle, Ludwig Ungar, Albert Kellner, Ludmilla Koelle, Berta/Bertha Katscher, Dr. In his writings, Katscher progressed from literary themes to literary history and travel journalism to sociopolitical topics.
Approximately half of the collection is made up of correspondence.
His articles were distributed through several syndicates throughout Europe.
In addition to his own writings, Katscher also translated works from English and French.
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.