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Appeal to Found a Jewish Library and Reading Room, Hamburg (1905)

Wilhelm Liebknecht, “Knowledge is Power – Power is Knowledge” (February 5, 1872)

Prussian Ministry for Science, Art, and Education, “Necessary Reforms in the Secondary School System” (August 1933)

Grete Schütte-Lihotzky, “The Frankfurt Kitchen and Modern Household Appliances” (1927)

Herbert Backe, “Farmers in the Fight for Germany’s Food Self-Sufficiency” (1939)

Dr. M. Bach, “The Aquarium” (1868)

Kurt Sprengel, The Botanical Garden at the University of Halle (1800)

Johann Reinhold Forster, A Catalogue of the Animals of North America (1771)

Carl von Clausewitz, On War (1832/1834)

“Discussions of the Present Situation of Midwives and Swaddling Nurses in Berlin” (1852)

Johann Christoph von Dreyhaupt, “The Natural History Collection of the Orphanage” (1749/50)

Maria Sibylla Merian, Butterflies, Beetles, and Other Insects (18th Century)

Horst Herold, “Organizational Principles for Electronic Data Processing in Law Enforcement” (1968)

Crime Statistics for the Year 1895: Juveniles (1898)

Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg, “Concerning the Diseases and Medicine of the Malabars” (1713)

Friedrich Gedike, Report to King Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia (1789)

August Hermann Francke, “Instructions or Rules for the Preceptors of the Orphans” (c. 1720)

Friedrich Christian Lesser, Testaceo-theologia, or Fundamental Proof of the Existence and the Most Perfect Characteristics of a Divine Being (1744)

Johann David Michaelis, Questions for a Society of Learned Men Who Will Travel from Denmark to Arabia on the Order of His Majesty the King (1762)

Letter from the Governor of East Africa, Julius von Soden, to the President of the German Colonial Association, Hermann zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg (1891)

Heinrich Zimmermann, Account of the Third Voyage of Captain Cook (1781)

Karl Wilhelm Dassdorf, Description of the Exquisite Curiosities in the Electoral Seat of Dresden and Some of the Surrounding Regions (1782)

Jacob Boehme, Aurora: Morning Glow Ascending (1612)

Johann Otto von Hellwig, The Hellwigian Subject of the Philosopher’s Stone, which is misunderstood and therefore unwisely dismissed by the Uninformed (1710)

Two Letters from Adam Weishaupt, Founder of the Order of the Illuminati (1776)