The B. Traven Collections at UC Riverside Libraries 

The B. Traven Collections at UC Riverside Libraries 

This exhibition of items drawn from UCR Libraries' Special Collections, 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 Libraries.

Follow these links to the individual pages:

The B. Traven Identity | Gerd Heidemann, Intrepid Reporter | Ret Marut and Der Ziegelbrenner 
B. Traven and the Movies | The Bridge in the Jungle
A View of the Exhibit in Special Collections | Exhibition Bibliography

Traven Exhibit Poster, 2006

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 UC Riverside's Special Collections Library has one of the world's finest collections of published and unpublished materials by and about Traven.

Learn more about the poster

Last modified: 8/2/2007 3:54 PM by by H. Hutchinson

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