Series IV: Personal 1889–1997 2 boxes

Among the materials in the Personal series there are documents relating to Anni Albers’s family; academic records; birth and identification papers; the Alberses’ guestbook, and material relating to the Alberses’ travels in Latin America. Of note among the materials is Anni’s mother’s 1937 and 1939 travel diary to Mexico; correspondence and financial statements regarding Siegfried Fleischmann/Farman’s estate with a will and printed materials on Ullstein family members; and materials regarding Josef Albers’s death and memorial service.

Description Dates Box Folder

Birth certificate, confirmation pamphlet and certificate

1899, 1915–1916 29 1

Bauhaus diploma (includes letter from Hannes Meyer and photograph of the Zeiss-Ikon analysis of sound and light reflecting qualities)

1930 29 2

Certificate of United States Citizenship

1939 29 3

U.S. Passports

1953, 1960, 1968, 1979 29 4

International Certificate of Vaccination/Personal Health History

1963–1967 29 5

Mexico trip, schedule, hotel bills and expense notebook

1967 29 6

Toni Fleischmann/Farman’s travel diary to Mexico (“Reisetagebuch” and “Aus der Bahn Geworfen”), bound typescript with handwritten corrections (includes English translation by Theodor Benfey)

1937, 1939 29 7

Photograph of Siegfried and Toni Fleischmann/Farman in Mexico

1937 29 8

Photocopies of various articles on the Ullstein family

undated 29 9

Albers guestbook, photocopy

1950–1977 29 10

Address books

undated 29 11–12

Primary contact address and phone lists

undated 29 13

Manuals, service orders and instructions for household appliances

undated 29 14

Various driving directions

undated 29 15

Photographs of 808 Birchwood Drive residence, Orange, CT

1994 29 16

808 Birchwood Drive residence, Orange, CT blank stationery [there are two boxes of blank stationery at the Foundation]

undated 29 17

Free coffee certificate for Pearsall, TX

1954 29 18

Correspondence and financial statements regarding Siegfried Fleischmann/Farman’s estate, will and printed materials on Ullstein family members

1962–1970 30 1

Thank you note for JA memorial service

1976 30 2

List of people to receive JA memorial print

1976 30 3

Miscellaneous photographs

undated 30 4

Address index cards

undated 30 5–7

JA print given to Siegfried Fleischmann

circa 1940–1946 30 8

Brochure: “Points of Interest along the Santa Fe”

circa 1954 30 9

Travel Maps (mainly Germany, some from Mexico)

undated 44

Ektachromes of residence at 808 Birchwood Drive, Orange, CT

30 10

Anni Albers, 1994. "Textile Artist and the Widow of Josef Albers," obituary in the New York Times, Tuesday, May 10, 1994

1994 29 19