Archives of the Zwanglose Gesellschaft

The Zwanglose Gesellschaft (literally: casual/unconventional society), existing since 1837, was founded on the initiative of German poet Franz von Elsholtz in Munich. Numerous prominent writers, painters and scientists were members of this society, among them Paul Heyse, Franz Lachner, Justus von Liebig, Wilhelm and Hermann von Kaulbach and Max von Pettenkofer. The notes and sketches from the weekly meetings of the Zwanglose Gesellschaft are being preserved by the Bavarian State Library and digitized successively.

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Data basis: 2.029.623 digitized items

Selected Recent Additions and Topics of our Digitzation Activities

A selection of recent additions grouped by actual topics of our digitzation activities. See also our latest additions to the Digital Collections.

Recently digitized Lithographic printsRecently digitized Lithographic prints

Lots of old lithographic prints have been added to our digital collections during the last weeks.

Recently digitized MapsRecently digitized Maps

Newly digitized maps during the last weeks.

Current topics

Current topics

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