Henry Scott Goodman submitted this call for assistance on an interesting new numismatic research project. Can anyone help? -Editor Hello, everyone. I recently completed a large acquisition of Karl Goetz conceptual drawings from his Paris Period. Along with the 400-500 drawings I was able to acquire many of Karl’s personal documents such as Passports, work books, Art Association booklets and certificates, etc. In order to share this information with the collecting world, I will need to have these documents translated.
We are seeking people proficient in German to help transcribe and translate these documents relating to the life and career of Karl Goetz. Many are manuscripts and most printed matter is in the old style German script, so being able to read those is necessary. Those with an advanced technical vocabulary and/or knowledge of early 20th century German society and institutions will be of invaluable assistance. Whatever your skills, if you think you may have time to help translate, or simply just proofread others’ work, please do drop us a line and let us know how you can help. Just click the ‘Contact’ link at the web site below, fill in the necessary information, and send it off to us. We’ll get right back to you with site access information.
If you do not know the German language you are still invited to view the work as it progresses. You might be surprised by the ephemera images from Karl Goetz and his life.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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