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SEVEN POSTCARDS FROM THE SERIES “PORTRAITS OF GÖTTINGEN PROFESSORS”

SEVEN POSTCARDS FROM THE SERIES “PORTRAITS OF GÖTTINGEN PROFESSORS” Free Student Body Göttingen Atelier Fr. Struckmeyer Göttingen, date unknown, postcards State and University Library of Göttingen, Voit Collection / City Museum of Göttingen (from left to right) PAUL JENSEN (1868–1952) Professor of Physiology (top) JAKOB WACKERNAGEL (1853–1938) Professor of Indo-Germanic Linguistics (top) LUDWIG PRANDTL (1875–1953) Head of …

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TEN POSTCARDS FROM THE SERIES “PORTRAITS OF GÖTTINGEN’S PROFESSORS”

TEN POSTCARDS FROM THE SERIES “PORTRAITS OF GÖTTINGEN’S PROFESSORS” Hg. Deuerlich’sche bookstore studio Hanna Kunsch, date unknown, postcards State and University Library of Göttingen, Voit Collection DAVID HILBERT (1862–1943) Professor of Mathematics (top) HUGO FUCHS (1875–1954) Professor of Anatomy (top) LUDWIG PRANDTL (1875–1953) Head of the Aerodynamic Research Institute Göttingen (top) MAX VOIT (1876–1949) Professor of Anatomy …

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06 POSTCARDS

Postcards are a medium of the masses. Irrespective of existing differences in class and status, they were bought, written on, send and collected by the millions. It is not by coincidence that the rise of the postcards occurred around 1870. This was the time that a market for mass media products such as the press, …

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