Mendelssohn Family

Click on an image to view related items in DigiBaeck

Letter from Moses Mendelssohn

Letter from Moses Mendelssohn

Moses Mendelssohn wrote this letter to a young man before his wedding. It is written in Judeo-German and undated.

Agenda 1848 - Diary of Hennriette Meyer Mendelssohn

Agenda 1848 - Diary of Hennriette Meyer Mendelssohn

Henriette (‘Hinni’) Mendelssohn, née Meyer, was born in Alt-Strelitz in 1776 and died in Berlin in 1862. She was the wife of Joseph Mendelssohn, the eldest son of Moses Mendelssohn and founder of the banking house of Mendelssohn and Co. She kept this diary during the tumultuous years of 1848 and 1849, and recorded daily events, including political unrest and attending performances of works by her nephew, Felix-Mendelssohn Bartholdy.

The Mendelssohn Family, June 6, 1865

The Mendelssohn Family, June 6, 1865

This image of descendents of Joseph Mendelssohn , Moses Mendelssohn's grandson and the founder of the Mendelssohn & Co. Bank, is in the collection of Rudolf Loeb, who worked for the bank in the first part of the 20th Century.

Moses Mendelssohn wrote this letter to a young man before his wedding.  It is written in Judeo-German and undated.Henriette (‘Hinni’) Mendelssohn, née Meyer, was born in Alt-Strelitz in 1776 and died in Berlin in 1862. She was the wife of Joseph Mendelssohn, the eldest son of Moses Mendelssohn and founder of the banking house of Mendelssohn and Co. She kept this diary during the tumultuous years of 1848 and 1849, and recorded daily events, including political unrest and attending performances of works by her nephew, Felix-Mendelssohn Bartholdy.This image of descendents of Joseph Mendelssohn , Moses Mendelssohn's grandson and the founder of the Mendelssohn & Co. Bank, is in the collection of Rudolf Loeb, who worked for the bank in the first part of the 20th Century.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.