Culture at Twilight: The National German-American Alliance, 1901-1918

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1
Georg von Bosse, Dr. C.J. Hexamer: Sein Leben und Wirken (Philadelphia: Graf & Breuninger, 1922), 5.
2
Ibid., 6.
3
The Society is st ill active today from its location at 611 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia. The Joseph Horner Memorial Library is the largest private German libraryin the United States. I am indebted to the organization, espe- cially Dr. Margarethe Castrogiovanni the Society's librarian for her kind assis- tance in securing materials on the Alliance that were not available elsewhere.
4
Von Bosse, Dr. C. J. Hexamer: Sein Leben und Wirken, 8.
5
Ibid., 581.
6
Deutsch-Amerikanischen Zentral-Bundes von Pennsylvanien, Protokoll der Erste Konvention des Deutsch-Amerikanischen Zentral-Bundes von Pennsylvanien (Philadelphia, 1899), 4. Many of the German words cited in this book may appear different from their modern form. I have decided to maintain the integrit y of the source material by spelling them as they ap- peared in the original documents
7
Ibid., 5.
8
Zentral-Bundes, Protokoll der Erste Convention des Deutsch- Amerikanischen Zentral-Bundes von Pennsylvanien, 5.
9
Albert Godsho, Chronological History of the National German-American Alliance of the United States (Philadelphia: National German-American Al- liance, 1911), 7.
10
Max Heinrici, “ Der Deutsch-Amerikanische National-Bundes der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika, ” in Das Buch der Deutschen in Amerika (Philadel- phia: Walthers, 1909) 783.
11
Deutsch-Amerikanische National-Bundes, Protokoll der Erste Konvention des Deutsch-Amerikanischen National-Bundes der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika (Philadelphia: DANB, 1901), 1.
12
Ibid., 3. Only Hexamer and Timm would remain with the organization in their original capacity through 1917. Other elected officers of note over the years were Marion Dexter Learned (Pennsylvania), Vice-President from 1902— 1906; Joseph Keller (Indiana), Vice-Pre sident from 1906— 1918; John Tjarks (Mary- land), Second Vice-President, 1908— 1918; Hans Weniger (Pennsylvania), Trea- surer, 1902—1913; and Max Heinrici (Pennsylvania) who served as editor of the organization's monthly bulletin Mitteilungen from 1909—1918.
13
“ Rechte Der Deutschen, ” The New Yorker Staats Zeitung, 7 October 1901, p. 2.

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