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This article states that the New York World newspaper printed his papers.
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Thank you -- yes, I know that NYW supposedly published them, but can't find a copy of those days' issues of NYW online, unfortunately. I was hoping that NARA or another archive might have them. I'll check out the book. Much appreciated.
Thanks -- I appreciate the follow-up; I'm looking for primary sources on this but every little lead helps.
Dear Mr. Aaron,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located Correspondence Files of Dr. Heinrich F. Albert, 1914 - 1917 and Records of Heinrich Friedrich Albert, 1914 - 1919 in the Records of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (Record Group 65) that includes records seized from Heinrich Friedrich Albert and may include the papers taken from his briefcase.
Also, we located Reports of Agents on Special Investigations, 1871 - 1933, Field Agents' Reports and Related Correspondence, 1887 - 1936 , and Daily Reports of Agents, 1875 - 1937 that may include records relating to the U.S. Secret Service investigation of Heinrich Albert.
In addition, we located the General Index to Litigation Case Files, 1904 - 1951 in the General Records of the Department of Justice (Record Group 60) that indexes the DOJ case files for this time period, as well as Index to Investigative Case Files, 1908 - 1922 in Record Group 65 which indexes Bureau of Investigation investigation files for this time period. These indexes may indicate if there are case files related to him in Record Group 60 and Record Group 65.
For more information about all of these records, please contact National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2) via email at Archives2reference@nara.gov.
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We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research!
Thank you very much -- I can get to the indexes but it looks as though the material is not available online. I appreciate your looking.