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In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts >> 27025 Theodor Rehbock estate (existing)

13 Dowsing rod

In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts >> 27025 Theodor Rehbock estate (existing)

14 Photographs

In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts >> 27025 Theodor Rehbock estate (existing)

27023 Estate of Friedrich Engesser (holdings)

Content: The collection contains personal documents, teaching material and other writings of Engesser in handwritten form, as typoscripts and in print, furthermore files of the chair administration, correspondence with colleagues (e.g. with Emil P...

In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts

27025 Theodor Rehbock estate (existing)

Contents: An overview of the contents can be found in the classification. History of origins: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Theodor Christoph Heinrich Rehbock (*12.04.1864 in Amsterdam, 17.08.1950 in Baden-Baden) studied civil engineering in Munich and Berl...

In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts

Documents on biographical data and collection items

Contains: Report on a ten-day school excursion from Weinheim to Weinsberg, hand-written, bound, with steel engraving: View of Weinsberg, (c. 1858); application forms for the exhibition of women's clothing in Karlsruhe, 1903; honorary doctorat...

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Research trip to Namibia (former German-Southwest-Africa)

Contains: originally 96 light prints after photographs from the Herero and Nama lands, taken by Th. Rehbock during a research trip 1896/97, Berlin 1898, preserved in leather folder are 42 prints as well as 28 duplicates (1-11 of one motif)

In: KIT Archive (Archive Tectonics) >> 2 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and its predecessors >> 27 Discounts >> 27025 Theodor Rehbock estate (existing) >> 14 Photographs

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