Walter Wadepuhl Faculty Papers Collection
Scope and Contents
Walter Wadepuhl (1895-1989) is well-known for his scholarship on German poets Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Heinrich Heine. Born in Germany in 1895, he immigrated to the United States at the age of twelve. He held a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Wadepuhl was head of the Department of Languages and Comparative Literature at Elmhurst College where he also taught German for nineteen years. In 1964, he was appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor of German at Florida Atlantic University. Dr. Wadepuhl authored many articles and several books on Goethe and Heine, including Goethe's Interest in the New World (1934) and Heine: Sein Leben und seine Werke (1974). The collection also includes correspondence, research notes, manuscripts, publications, photographs and letters with other German scholars. Much of the material is in German, but there are some English materials as well.
- Created: 1781 - 1989
- Walter Wadepuhl (Person)
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19.00 Linear Feet
In 2011, Kerline Dameus, Jaclyn M. Nowak, and Teresa Van Dyke processed this collection.
- Walter Wadepuhl Faculty Papers Collection
- Kerline Dameus, Jaclyn M. Nowak, and Teresa Van Dyke
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