Fonds PR3645 - Joachim O.R. Nuthack fonds

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Joachim O.R. Nuthack fonds

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    PR3645

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    • 1975-2011 (Creation)

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    1.33 m of textual records. – 16 photographs.

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    Joachim O.R. Nuthack was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1936. Between 1943 and 1945 Joachim and his sister Christel went to live with their father's aunt and uncle, Martha and Leopold Lingstaedt, in Eastern Pomerania, because of increasing allied bombing of Berlin.

    Nuthack immigrated to Canada in 1952 and moved to Edmonton. He married Judy Turner in Edmonton in 1960. Joachim and Judy went to Germany in 1985 and again in 2005 to take a tour of the country after the re-unification. Both have been members of the Alberta Genealogy Society since 1975, and Joachim has served a number of positions in the Society. He is also the author of What's in Relatively Speaking? A Comprehensive index of volumes 1 to 10. (1984). Nuthack is also an avid translator.

    Joachim and Judy currently reside in Edmonton and have three children: Richard, Bernie, and Francine.

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    The fonds includes diaries written by Joachim O.R. Nuthack in both English and German between 1975 and 2011, memoirs of his time as a child in Germany in the 1940s, travelogues of his visits there in 1985 and 2005, as well as an article written by Nuthack in Relatively Speaking specifically on keeping a diary. Records also include Christmas letters and cards sent and received by Joachim and Judy Nuthack.

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    Joachim Nuthack deposited the materials at the Provincial Archives of Alberta on June 6, 2008 and November 21, 2012.

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        The material is in English and German.

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Additional materials relating to Joachim Nuthack can be found in the Alberta Genealogical Society fonds PR0008 at the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

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        Further accruals are expected.

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        Includes accessions PR2011.0238 and PR2012.0881.

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