Rautenberg, Hulda

by Celine Graber

The German teacher, secretary and journalist Hulda Rautenberg who lived in Namibia during the 1930s and early 1960s, kept a wide-ranging correspondence with the German settler population in Namibia, partly related to her research and book on the history of the coastal town of Swakopmund (‘Das alte Swakopmund’, 1967). Some of her archives in the BAB, including an image collection, are accessible for research and searchable through the BAB online catalgue.

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