Content Highlights from Markus Brann Archive, The National Library of Israel Archives Department
Mordechai Markus Brann (1849-1920) was a leading figure in the Science of Judaism. He taught at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Breslau, was one of the editors of the influential Monatsschrift für Geschichte und Wissenschaft des Judentums, and made intensive efforts to research Jewish history from archival sources. His large research network finds expression in his vast correspondence with hundreds of other researchers, rabbis, and philosophers, which was permanently deposited at the National Library of Israel shortly before World War II and is included in our collection for the first time in its entirety, upon completion.
Albeck, Schulem (1909-1912). [1 Karte (20.9.1909, Frankfurt am Main), 1 Visitkarte (12.11.1912, Warschau), alle hebr. geschrieben]. Markus Brann Archive, 1847-1924, The National Library of Israel Archives Department
Alexander, Simon (1890-1918). [1 Karte (9.1890]. Markus Brann Archive, 1847-1924, The National Library of Israel Archives Department