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Jules G. U. Mauritzson papers
1841-1992 and undated

MSS 123
5.3 linear feet (6 boxes)



Name of Creator(s):

Mauritzson, Jules G. U. (Jules Göthe Ultimus), 1868-1930.
Mauritzson, Anders W. (Anders Wilhelm), 1827-1902.

Languages:

Swedish, English

Access:

There are no restrictions on the use of this collection.

Access points:

Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)--Faculty--Personal and professional papers.
Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)--Administration.
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America--Clergy.

Finding aid prepared by:

Rebecca Hopman, 2009. Updated by Samantha Crisp, July 2014.

Preferred citation:

[identification of item], in MSS 123 Jules G.U. Mauritzson papers, Special Collections, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.

Repository:

Augustana College Special Collections
Thomas Tredway Library
639 38th Street
Rock Island, Illinois 61201
309-794-7643
specialcollections@augustana.edu




Custodial History
Historical Note
Scope and Content
System of Arrangement
Related Materials
Container List



CUSTODIAL HISTORY

According to a letter dated November 3, 1976, the Mauritzson papers were housed in the Lutheran Church of America for “several decades” before the materials relating to Mauritzson’s career as a professor and dean were sent to the Augustana College library in the 1950s.  The Lutheran Church of America also returned Mauritzson’s personal books to his family, but how they became part of his papers in Special Collections at Augustana College library is unclear.

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

Jules Göthe Ultimus Mauritzson was born on July 19, 1868 in Balkåkra, Sweden to Anders Wilhelm and Gustava Lovisa Mauritzson.  He attended the Gymnasium in Hällsingborg, Sweden from the fall of 1884 to May 21, 1886, then continued his education in the Philosophy department at Lund University, Lund, Sweden from 1886-1889.  In February 1889, Mauritzson enlisted in the Lund infantry.  After he served in the military, he attended the Axel Eklund Accounting Institute, Lund, Sweden, beginning on October 21, 1894.  During that same year, he was certified as a journeyman bookbinder in the 2nd degree from the Fobriks-Och Handtverks-Föreningen in Ystad, Sweden.  He then travelled to Germany, where he attended the Horn and Patzelt Institute for Hand Illumination, Gera, Germany from May 26 to October 4, 1894.

On May 3, 1895, Mauritzson applied for a passport to America.  He received permission from the government, and began his trip to Chicago, Illinois on June 8, 1895 at the age of 26.  He settled in the city, where he worked as a bookbinder.  There, he was befriended by Mrs. Emmy Evald, wife of Dr. Carl A. Evald.  Dr. Evald was the pastor of the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Chicago, Illinois, which Mauritzson soon joined.  Mauritzson possibly met his future wife, Maria, a Chicago public school teacher, at Immanuel Lutheran.  She was confirmed there in 1885, and presumably attended the church.  Mauritzson then attended the Augustana Theological Seminary, Rock Island, Illinois.  He graduated on June 1, 1899, and married Maria the same year.  He was then the pastor for the Augustana church in Kiron, Iowa for two years, from 1899-1900.

In 1901, Mauritzson became the head of the Swedish Language and Literature Department at Augustana College, where he taught courses until his death in 1930.  He was given two years leave of absence to study in Sweden, from 1902-1904.  Mauritzson studied at several universities, including Lund and Uppsala.  He gave many lectures and sermons there, including a series of talks on Swedish-Americans and the history of Chicago.  Upon his return to Augustana, he resumed his position as the Swedish department chair.  In 1909, he also assumed the responsibilities of enrolling officer.  During the next decade he published several books, including textbooks on the Swedish language.  He was also the founder and chairman of the Society for the Promotion of Scandinavian studies.  On December 9, 1924, he was awarded the Order of the North Star, a Swedish award, for his promotion of the Swedish language and Swedish studies at Augustana College.  Mauritzson then became the first dean of the college in 1920.  He was also vice president from 1928-30, and assumed the position of acting president while Dr. Gustav Andreen was out of the country raising money for Augustana College.  Tragically, on February 7, 1930, Mauritzson was hit by a car on a street corner in Rock Island, Illinois.  He died from his injuries later that night. In honor of his work at Augustana College, the Mauritzson Exchange Fellowship was established in order to bring Swedish students to study at Augustana.

Mauritzson had five children with his wife, Maria.  Mia and Tyra Mauritzson graduated from Augustana College, and moved to Jamestown, New York to teach high school.  Elsa Mauritzson graduated from the Moline Lutheran Hospital, and married Henry Arp, the mayor of Moline, Illinois.  The Mauritzson’s only son, Anders B., also attended Augustana College.  After graduating, he worked in the Horst & Strieter Co. of Davenport, Iowa.  Their youngest daughter, Gunhild, never left home due to an illness.

Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s father, Anders Wilhelm Mauritzson, was born on 26 Aug 1827 in Vinslöv, Sweden.  He married Gustava Lovisa Lagerlöf (1833-1881) in 1857.  The couple moved to Balkåkra, where Anders W. took the position of rector.  During their marriage they had seven children, Jules G.U. being the youngest.  Anders W. died in Balkåkra on July 4, 1902.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Jules G. U. Mauritzson papers contain Mauritzson’s vital records, sermons, lectures, teaching materials, programs and publications from his student life in Sweden, a scrapbook, memorabilia, and personal and family books including numerous Bibles and Psalm books.  The collection also contains sermons and programs from Mauritzson’s father, Anders Wilhelm Mauritzson.

 

SYSTEM OF ARRANGEMENT

The collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I. Mauritzson and Thorsson family vital records, 1886-1930

This series contains records from Mauritzson’s life, including parish records of Mauritzson’s and his wife’s births and baptisms, his high school diploma and other educational documents, military records, emigration papers, the Order of the North Star, and his obituary.  Also included is a partial genealogy chart for Mauritzson’s and his wife’s families.

Series II. Jules G. U. Mauritzson memorial materials, 1930

This series contains materials about Mauritzson’s early death in 1930, including newspaper articles, a eulogy given by C. L. Esbjorn at Mauritzson’s memorial service, and documents dedicated to him.

Series III. Lund University materials, 1880-1900

This series contains printed materials from Lund University, Lund, Sweden, including programs and poems from various celebrations, Carnival ballads, Carnival cartoons, Carnival newspapers, and materials from the D.U.G. (a student club).  These materials span the periods before, during, and after Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s time as a student at the university.

Series IV. Confirmation memorabilia, 1884

This series contains a collection of memorabilia from Mauritzson’s confirmation in 1884.  Calling cards, notes, several cross-stitched crosses, and his confirmation Bible are included.

Series V. Sermons, 1897-1900

This series contains Mauritzson’s sermons, many of which he gave in the Quad Cities area and at Augustana College.  He also gave several of them on his trip to Sweden from 1902-1904.  Mauritzson wrote most of the sermons in Swedish, although he occasionally composed them in English.

Series VI. Augustana College teaching materials, 1908-1924

This series contains course outlines and lecture notes from Mauritzson’s time as a professor and as the Swedish department chair at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois.

Series VII. Essays and lectures, undated

This series contains Mauritzson’s handwritten essays and lectures on a variety of topics such as Swedish-Americans, the history of Chicago, and a range of subjects in Swedish history and literature.  Most of the documents are in Swedish, although some are in English.  Also included are Dr. Conrad Bergendoff’s translations of two of Mauritzson’s lectures, and notes from Bergendoff to the late dean’s family members.

Series VIII. Miscellaneous, undated

This series contains a photo of Jules G.U. Mauritzson.  Also included is a scrapbook of newspaper clippings collected between 1903 and 1909.  The articles are in Swedish, and are believed to be from Swedish newspapers published in Rock Island.  This series contains various other papers from Mauritzson’s collection including an article on Jenny Lind, tickets from a trip to Sweden (1902-1904), several invitations, and papers from the John Ericsson League of Patriotic Service.

Series IX. Anders Wilhelm Mauritzson, 1827-1902

This series contains programs, invitations, and poems from important events in Sweden, as well as many of Anders W. Mauritzson’s sermons.  Also included is a letter from Anders to his children.

Series X. Mauritzson family books, undated

This series is mainly composed of religious books, including several psalm books and Bibles.  A number of the books have inscriptions from Jules G.U., Maria, and Anders W. Mauritzson in them.

Series XI. Other Mauritzson Family materials, undated

This series contains personal letters written to members of the Mauritzson family, as well as a booklet in Swedish with biographical information about the Mauritzson family, several sermons, and a genealogy chart of the Mauritzson and Thorsson families.

 

RELATED MATERIALS

 

 

CONTAINER LIST

BOX 1

Series I. Mauritzson and Thorsson family vital records, 1886-1930

*Indicates books removed from the collection.

Gymnasium diploma, including grades and conduct report from the Gymnasium in Hällsingborg, Sweden, May 21, 1886.

Student registration papers for Lund University, Lund, Sweden, September 17, 1886.  Handwritten notes indicate that Jules G.U. Mauritzson entered a Philosophy course on November 12, 1886, and became a member of Skånska Nationen on September 21, 1886.

Acceptance papers for the Philosophy department in Lund University, Lund, Sweden, December 14, 1886.  The document certifies Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s ability in Latin, as demonstrated by the translation of a Latin work into Swedish.

Military records book, February 1889.  The entries indicate that Jules G.U. Mauritzson enlisted in the Lund infantry in February 1889, and then moved to Stockholm on November 20, 1894.

Certificate issued by O. Boberk, approving Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s participation in a double commercial accounting course at the Axel Eklund Accounting Institute, Lund, Sweden, October 29, 1894.

Certificate approving Jules G.U. Mauritzson as a journeyman bookbinder in the 2nd degree from the Fobriks-Och Handtverks-Föreningen in Ystad, Sweden, April 27, 1894.

Gesällbok, April 27, 1894. A journeyman’s record book that includes an entry stating that Jules G.U. Mauritzson worked with Frithiof Erikson on May 4, 1894.

Passport issued by the mayor and city council of Ystad, Sweden, allowing Jules G.U. Mauritzson to move to Germany, May 10, 1894.

Certificate of graduation from the Horn and Patzelt Institute for Hand Illumination, Gera, Germany, October 5, 1894.  The document includes Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s grades in different subjects of bookbinding, and a note that he was awarded 3rd prize in school on September 23, 1894.

Letter of recommendation from the bookbinder Gerhard Norlander, March 2, 1895.

Emigration papers, including: a permit to emigrate, signed by Axel Rappe for King Oskar II, May 10, 1895; a handwritten application for permission to emigrate from Balkåkra, Sweden to America, signed by Jules G.U. Mauritzson, May 3, 1895; a certificate accompanying the application for permission to emigrate, signed Anders W. Mauritzson, May 2, 1895.

Passport issued by E.P. Liedqvist and Olof Cederholm, authorizing Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s trip from Malmö, Sweden to Copenhagen, Denmark to New York, New York to Chicago, Illinois as a student in first class, June 8, 1895.

Diploma from the Augustana Theological Seminary, Rock Island, Illinois, June 1, 1899.

Extracts of parish records for the births and baptisms of Jules G.U. Mauritzson and his wife, Maria Thorsson Mauritzson, acquired February 5, 1909 and February 12, 1900, respectively.

Letter from the Royal Consulate of Sweden in Chicago, Illinois, thanking Mauritzson for spreading the Swedish language and culture in America and at Augustana College, including a paper explaining the provision for Swedish awards, December 8, 1924.

Order of the North Star, awarded to Jules G.U. Mauritzson, December 9, 1924.

Obituary for Jules G.U. Mauritzson, Augustana 20 Feb 1930: 119-122. Print.

Obituary for Jules G.U. Mauritzson, Svenska Monitoren 14 Feb 1930. Print.

Series II. Jules G. U. Mauritzson memorial materials, 1930

Copy of the special Augustana Observer edition on Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s death, February 7, 1930 [housed in oversize folder OPF-123/1]

BOX 2

Photocopies of the special Augustana Observer edition on Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s death, February 7, 1930

C.L. Esbjorn’s eulogy on the occasion of Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s funeral, 1930

Augustana Swedish Institute Yearbook, 1968-1969.  Contains article written by Dr. Conrad Bergendoff about the Mauritzson Exchange Fellowship, which was established in honor of Jules G.U. Mauritzson after his death.

OPF-123/1-2 [formerly box 3]

Series III. Lund University materials, 1880-1900

Kantata on the inauguration of the University building, Lund, December 27, 1882

“To Women,” a poem by E.W. on the occasion of the Nordic fest, February 25, 1887

“To Women,” a poem on the occasion of the Nordic fest, February 24, 1888

“Vid Oresund,” a poem by Gustav Åsbrink and dedicated to Martin Weibull, April 12, 1890

A poem by T.H. Dedicated to the ladies on the occasion of granting honorary degrees, Lund, May 31, 1892

“To the ladies of the Nordic fest in Lund,” a poem dedicated to Jules Mauritzson, February 25, 1892

Carnival ballads, 1880-1892

“The blood bath in Landskrona,” 1880

“The birth of Minerva,” 1880

“An entirely new recruit ballad etc.,” 1882

“Union Universelle,” 1882

Advertisement, 1882

“A very pleasant and entertaining ballad regarding the beautiful things that Karna Skmoagarens Jins saw at the agricultural meeting in Malmö last year,” 1882

“An entertaining and yearnful ballad expressing the complaint of the Italian girl sitting at the keyboard,” 1882

“A complete new ballad on the wondrous ways of love by a farm hand from Verpinge,” 1888

“A new and very shocking ballad about a girl who died in her youth,” 1888

“A brand new ballad about the wondrous ways of love, or what the Carnival achieved,” 1890

“An uplifting and moving ballad about the death of a hero, or love and gun powder,” 1890

“A pitiful ballad written in Jåns by a little poet,” 1892

“A new and uplifting ballad etc.,” 1892

Carnival cartoons [7 items]

Carnival newspapers, several of which are signed by Clemens Cavall, 1880-1900

“Svenska Familj-Fällan,” May 13, 1880

Karneval Program, “Barnum Kommer,” 1882

“Palmbladet,” 1882

“Dagens Hurrah,” May 13, 1882

“Julekost,” December 24, 1886

“Den Unge Gubben,” April 10, 1886

“Den Unge Gubben,” April 29, 1887

“Granskaran,” May 15, 1888

Program for the Lund student Karneval, May 15, 1888

“Typer från Karnevalen in Lund,” 1888

Eko [special Christmas issue], December 1889

“Det Grona Sverige,” May 1889

“Utställnings-Figaro,” 1890

“Lund Jus Nu,” 1890

“Det Groneste Sverige Lundensiskt Myblad,” May 1891

“Studenternas Karnevals-Tidning,” 1892

“Iunda,” May 1892

Program, “Vid Lunds Student Karneval,” May 14, 1892

“Folktribunen,” May 14, 1892

Program for the Lund “Studentkars Majkarneval,” May 19, 1900

“Kongressbladet,” May 19, 1900

D.U.G. [student club], 1888-1890

Speech given at the annual meeting of the academy of the 19 immortals, November 17, 1888

Menu, November 17, 1888

Statutes for the Debate Society, 1889

Stadgar for the Debate Society, 1889

Poem on the occasion of the term festival, 1890

BOX 2 (continued)

Series IV. Confirmation memorabilia, 1884

Several cross-stitched crosses on red ribbons

“Confirmations-Löften,” a Swedish prayer signed by Jules G.U. Mauritzson, May 11, 1884

Calling cards, May 11, 1884 [6 items]

Note in unidentifiable code, May 18, 1884

*Biblia. Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1874. A bible presented to Jules G.U. Mauritzson on the occasion of his confirmation. An inscription on the first page indicates that the bible was given to Mauritzson by the Balkåkra Church in 1884.

Series V. Sermons, 1897-1928

1897-1900 [8 items]

1902 [7 items]

1903 [10 items]

1903 [9 items]

1904 [10 items]

1904-1905 [9 items]

1906-1908 [10 items]

1909-1910 [10 items]

1911-1912 [10 items]

1913-1914 [11 items]

1915-1919 [14 items]

BOX 4

1920-1923 [10 items]

1924-1925 [8 items]

1926-1928 [10 items]

undated [43 items, 4 folders]

Series VI. Augustana College teaching materials, 1908-1924

Course outlines and lecture notes [2 folders]

Series VII. Essays and lectures, undated

Translated lectures

Note explaining the purpose and content of the lectures “Svensk-Amerikaner i helg och söcken hemma och borta,” and “Chicago: from open prairie to a city of one million in fifty years.”  Probably written by Dr. Conrad Bergendoff

Photocopy of a letter from Dr. Conrad Bergendoff to Mrs. Maria Mauritzson concerning his translations of Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s lectures

Photocopy of a letter from Dr. Conrad Bergendoff to Mrs. Elsa Arp concerning his translations of Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s lectures

“Sverige i Amerika: supplement I-II,” probably an earlier draft of the “Svensk-Amerikaner i helg och söcken hemma och borta” lecture

“Svensk-Amerikaner i helg och söcken hemma och borta,” a lecture by Jules G.U. Mauritzson, 1903

“The Swedish-American: at work and play, at home and away,” Conrad Bergendoff’s translation of the Jules Mauritzson lecture, March 1992

Photocopy of a handwritten version of “The Swedish-American: at work and play, at home and away,” Conrad Bergendoff’s translation of the Jules Mauritzson lecture, March 1992

“Chicago: fråu õde prairie till million-stad på femtio år = [Chicago: from open prairie to a city of one million in fifty years],” a lecture by Jules G.U. Mauritzson, 1903

“Chicago: from open prairie to a city of one million in fifty years,” Conrad Bergendoff’s translation of the Jules Mauritzson lecture, April 1992

Handwritten version of “Chicago: from open prairie to a city of one million in fifty years,” Conrad Bergendoff’s translation of the Jules Mauritzson lecture, April 1992

BOX 5

Additional essays and lectures

1. Lecture notes on Frithiof’s Saga

2. The poet of Frithiof’s Saga

3. Esaias Tegnér

4. Religious literature of the Middle Ages [fragment, pg. 7-23]

5. [Fragment]

6. Introduction to the social literature of the Middle Ages

7. Thomas Thorild

8. Benght Lidner

9. Drinking and temperance in Sweden in the 1500s

10. Traces of Old Norse paganism in Swedish Christmas customs of today

11. The life of the Swedish theological student in the 1500s

12. Johannes Kessler’s story of a meeting with Luther

13. Our Swedish Psalm book in the light of literary history

14. Swedish history, the age of liberty, 1718-1772

15. Swedish home life during the 1500s

16. Speech given at the laying of the cornerstone for the new Washington Park Hospital building, Chicago, September 5, 1905

17. Correct spelling in Swedish

18. On Patriotism

19. Speech given at the Wennerberg fest at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, 1902

20. How boys and girls were raised in Sweden 1000 years ago

21. Wedding customs and marriage among our Nordic forefathers 1000 years ago

22. Revivalism and the beginning of the Romantic age

23. Swedish culture, 1809-1830

24. The St. Olav’s cult in Sweden

25. Our Swedish Reformer, Olavus Petri

26. To the memory of Carl Von Linné

27. Speech given at the Gustav Adolf fest, November 4, 1909

28. Holiday customs and usages in Sweden 400 years ago

29. Fundraising in the Zion Congregation, Thanksgiving 1905

30. Speech given to the Rock Island District Young Peoples Association, Ophiem, June 26, 1906, and revised version

31. Carl Jonas Ludvig Almquist

32. Strindberg and the woman question

33. The Luther letter in Strindberg’s “Master Olof,” for the Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study, University of Wisconsin, May 7, 1927

34. Gustaf II Adolf

35. August Fröding

36. August Strindberg, given at the University of Minnesota, July 24, 1912

37. Esaias Tegnér, July 24, 1912

38. Migration Period, 400-800

39. Influence of the Reformation on Swedish Language and Literature, given at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, April 1920

40. Christmas customs – old and new

41. Spottlåda

42. The St. Olav’s cult in Sweden

43. Utkast till föreläsningar öfver den s.k. – äldra Eddan

44. Notes taken at the lectures given by Professor Södewall on the selected poems of Geiger, Lund, Sweden, 1903

45. Frayja and Isis, with handwritten notes in English and a Swedish newspaper article: “Friggkultens ålder”

BOX 6

Series VIII. Miscellaneous, undated

Photograph of Jules G.U. Mauritzson

Scrapbook of local Swedish newspaper clippings, 1903-1909

John Ericsson League of Patriotic Service membership list and constitution (housed in Box 1)

“Jenney Lind i Amerika,” an article by G.N. Swan (housed in Box 1)

Tickets from Jules G.U. and Maria Mauritzson’s trip to Sweden, 1902-1904 [3 items]

Invitation to “An Address by George Haven Putnam,” October 27, 1924

Invitation to “A Testimonial Banquet given in honor of Rev. Peter Peterson, D.D.,” January 27, 1925

R.S.V.P. card for the testimonial banquet, January 27, 1925

List of Jules G.U. Mauritzson’s Publications Available in Augustana College Library Collections

Series IX. Anders Wilhelm Mauritzson, 1827-1902

Programs and Poems from Sweden

Poem on the occasion of Professor Anders O. Lindfors’ death, Lund University, Sweden, 1841

Invitation from H.M. Melin to participate in the ceremony to be held on the occasion of the birth of His Royal Highness, the Arch Duke of Sweden and Norway, Carl Oscar Wilhelm Fredrik, Lund University, Sweden, May 3-4, 1853 (housed in Box 1)

Poem on the occasion of the Tegnér fest, Lund University, Sweden, Midsummer [June 22], 1853

Greetings from Copenhagen in the form of a poem [in Danish] on the occasion of the unveiling of the Tegnér memorial statue in Lund University, Sweden, [1853]

Poem on the occasion of the unveiling of the Tegnér statue, Lund University, Sweden, Midsummer [June 22], 1853

Poem [in Latin] on the occasion of the retirement of Johannes Henrici Thomander, July 18, 1865

Materials from the 200th anniversary of Lund University, May 27-28, 1868

Cantata, words by Talis Qualis and music by Gnosapelius

Poem written to the king by A.L.

Poem written to King Carl XV in the name of the students by Hlbk.

Poem [in Latin]

Program for the Jubilfest

Poem written to His Royal Highness, Prince Oscar, by H.W.

Poem written to the guests of the university by Hlbk.

Sermons

1855-1878 [8 items]

1881-1889 [6 items]

1890-1895 [8 items]

“My last word to my children – to Jules,” a handwritten letter from Anders W. Mauritzson, writing from his vicarage in Balkåkra, Skåne, end of 1881 (housed in Box 1)

Blank form for a pastor’s report, 1899 (housed in Box 1)

* Series X. Mauritzson family books, undated

Bibeln. Stockholm: A.L. Normeins Boktryckeri-Aktiebolag, 1898. Inscribed by Jules G.U. Mauritzson, 1899.

Bible History & Catechism. Rock Island, IL: The Lutheran Augustana Book Concern, 1898. Inscribed by Jules G.U. Mauritzson.

Biblia. Lund: Berlingska Boktryckeriet, 1869.  Presented to Jules G. U. Mauritzson on July 19, 1878.

Biblia. New York: Amerikanska Bibel-Gällskapet, 1884. A Bible presented to Maria Thorsson on the occasion of her confirmation. An inscription on the first page indicates that the Bible was given to her by the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Chicago, Illinois, April 26 and May 3, 1885.

Biblisk Historia & Katekes. Rock Island, IL: The Lutheran Augustana Book Concern, 1908. Inscribed by Jules G.U. Mauritzson.

Handbok för Svenska Kyrkan. Lund: C.W.K. Gleerup, 1894. Inscribed by Anders [W.] Mauritzson.

Psalmbok. Rock Island, IL: The Lutheran Augustana Book Concern, 1885. [2 copies]

Svenska Psalmboken. Örebro: N.M. Lindhs Boktryckeri, 1848. Inscribed by Anders W. Mauritzson.

Series XI. Other Mauritzson Family materials, undated

Printed sermon by Gotthold Mauritzson, “Grusade Tämpel,” 1909

Funeral sermon by Axel Lindskog for Emmy Mauritzson, August 11, 1911

Letter from Axel Lindskog to Jules G.U. Mauritzson, October 7, 1911

Hallberg, H.E. Minnen från Gamla Skånska Prästhem: Samlade och Utgivna. Lund: Håkan Ohlssons Boktryckeri, 1925.

Letter from Birgen Sandzen to Tyra Mauritzson, September 9, 1937

Letter from Birgen Sandzen to Tyra Mauritzson, January 9, 1940

Cashed check from Tyra Mauritzson to Birgen Sandzen, January 4, 1941

Photocopy of a genealogy chart for the Anders Wilhelm Mauritzson and Matts Thorsson families (housed in Box 1)

 

 


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