The B. Traven Collections at the UC Riverside Library

The B. Traven Collections at the UC Riverside Library

This exhibition of items drawn from UCR Library's Special Collections & University Archives, including the Archive of Ret Marut & Der Ziegelbrenner and the Gerd Heidemann Collection, was on display from March 1 through August 31, 2006 at Special Collections, University of California, Riverside Library. Curator of the exhibition and creator of the website: Heidi L. Hutchinson.

Follow these links to the individual pages:

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The B. Traven Identity

Postlagernd Tampico thumbnail  
Gerd Heidemann, Intrepid Reporter

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Ret Marut and Der Ziegelbrenner

  B. Traven Exhibition poster

Treasure of the Sierra Madre poster thumbnail  
B. Traven and the Movies

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The Bridge in the Jungle

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A View of the Exhibit in Special Collections

Recknagel book thumbnail 
Exhibition Bibliography

Enigmatic author B. Traven lived in Mexico, wrote in German and kept his identity a closely-guarded secret. UC Riverside Library's Special Collections has one of the world's finest collections of published and unpublished materials by and about Traven.

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Last modified: 8/8/2014 8:22 PM by J. Greene

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