Singer, Kurt (1911-2005) and Jane (1917-1985)
The Kurt and Jane Singer collection consists of manuscripts, printed material, correspondence, and other various business material.

Manuscripts in the collection include several different written works ranging from short articles written for magazines and journals to full-length books in various stages of completion. Works in the collection include short biographical articles on persons such as Pablo Picasso, Frank Sinatra, Paul Gauguin, Ernest Hemingway, and Adolf Hitler, Carl von Ossietzky; and various subjects, such as the Second World War, The Vietnam War, and the Columbine High School shooting.  Notable manuscripts include an interview with Margaret Meed, "How the Swedish Ossietzky Campaign Worked and Won" (1998), "Albert Einstein the Pacifist" (2004), and "Spy or Intelligence Officer" (2000) among others.

The collection also contains several letters, including both personal and professional letters. Most of the letters in the collection date from 1978 to 2005. Notable correspondents include James McCord, Roger Howe, Rosalind von Ossietzky, Bill and Hilary Clinton, Dien Eckart, Edmund Schultz, Eckart Spoo, Joel Eckhart, and Libe Kollegen among many others.

Printed material in the collection include published articles, novels, essays and other printed writings. In addition, the collection contains transcripts of famous speeches, research materials from World War II, a published packet of Japanese proverbs (some with notations) as well as many short published articles written by singer for various publications in both German and English.
Notable Figures
1. Singer, Jane
2. Singer, Kurt D., 1911-
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide