Kunz, Fritz (Frederick L.), 1888-1971
Materials related to Fritz Kunz, and American Theosophist
Most materials come from the archives of the Theosophical Society in America, Wheaton.
Varies, but generally in the 20th century.
PD to Copyrighted.
Materials vary but most are photocopies of various documents in the TSA archive.
The majority of documents are in English.
Newspaper clipping of announcement of Irving S. Coopers position in the Liberal Catholic Church and about his lecture while he is in Kansas City for a national convention.
Small newspaper clipping announcing the 4 day conference of the American Section of the TS meeting in Kansas City
Newspaper clipping about a letter sent to E. P. Mathewson by Hervey Gulick regarding his assistance at Ananda Buddhist college.
Newspaper clipping discussing Fritz Kunz lecture about “Theosophy and the Cultural Values in Science and Psychology.” He notes that the theory of relativity might be of value to Theosophy.
Newspapers clipping from The Kansas City Times, 09-16-1922, where Fritz Kunz describes Annie Besant's relationship with Indian Home Rule and Gandhi.
Articles by Fritz Kunz coded as transcript, typescript, or manuscript available, published article as clipping, photocopy, or pamphlet, or notes, drafts, and background materials. If published the list includes the location of the published version.
Alphabetical Listing of Fritz Kunz Lectures with the year and storage box location.
This document follows the sequence of the family correspondence folders, so it is arranged by year, and chronologically within year. For each year folder there is a summary of the types of correspondence that took place in that year – the major…
Catalog listing of Kunz Family audio collection.
Alphabetical list of lectures given by Fritz Kunz that are in the Kunz Family Collection at the TSA, Wheaton organized by the boxes they are in.
Description of the Kunz Family Collection located at the Theosophical Society Archive in Wheaton, IL
Description of the Collection. Most of the materials in this collection relate to the life of Fritz Kunz; they were collected and preserved by his sisters Alma and Minna; by Fritz himself; and by his son John. Small portions of the collection reflect…
“Psychic Wireless” Lecture is Delivered by Actual Wireless: Fritz Kunz, Theosophist, Sends Message to Radio Fans from Reno Station
Nevada State Journal essay describing the content of Fritz Kunz's lecture on "psychic wireless" which he claims will eventually develop in the minds of all humanity. This was broadcast on a Reno, Nevada radio station on September 11, 1922.
Dead Can Be Seen With New Senses Says Fritz Kunz: Declares Faculties Developing Which Will Make Individuals Responsive to Pressure of Spirits
Newspaper clipping detailing the lecture Kunz gave about "Psychic Senses and Spirituality" in Omaha, Nebraska, September 23, 1922.
Newspaper clipping from Nevada State Journal reporting about upcoming radio broadcast by Fritz Kunz to be made made from Reno, Nevada, in which he will discuss telepathic powers.
Newspaper clipping that describes reactions to lectures given by Fritz Kunz on 12 September 1922 at Byington Hall, Reno Nevada.
Advertisement for two lectures. One by Fritz Kunz and the other by Irving S. Cooper in September, 1922, in Kansas City, Missouri
Newspaper clipping from a San Francisco newspaper reporting about radio broadcast Fritz Kunz made from Reno, Nevada, in which he claimed that all humans will eventually develop telepathic powers.
Newspaper clipping from Oklahoma City Times reporting about radio broadcast Fritz Kunz made from Reno, Nevada, in which he claimed that all humans will eventually develop telepathic powers.
Newspaper clipping describing the details of a lecture Kunz gave in Reno, Nevada and an announcement of an upcoming lecture.
Newspaper clipping, Nevada State Journal, Tuesday, September 5, 1922.
Announcements of F. Kunz lecture at Byington Hall,, Reno, Nevada. Newspaper clipping, newspaper unknown, dated 9 September 1922
Announcement of a lecture to be given by Fritz Kunz to the Northern Federation of the Theosophical Society. Date uncertain, but the lecture was probably in the San Francisco, circa 1922. Newspaper clipping, n.d. or origin. Guessing San Francisco.
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