Deutsches Literaturarchiv (DLA) Marbach
Holder of Raymond Klibansky’s principal fonds.
This archive holds approximately 30 boxes of working papers and an additional 30 boxes of correspondence, each set covering Klibansky’s entire career. A preliminary listing was compiled by Ethel Groffier and further elaborated by Regina Weber, whose book, Lotte Labowsky (1905–1991), Schülerin Aby Warburgs, Kollegin Raymond Klibanskys (Berlin: Reimer, 2012) drew from the fonds. This preliminary list is offered here with permission from its compilers and the DLA.
The Raymond Klibansky Collection, Rare Books and Special Collections, McGill Library
Klibansky’s personal library is preserved at McGill Library’s Rare Books and Special Collections, and includes volumes with annotations, inscriptions, inserts, and other forms of material provenance evidence. A small group of papers and correspondence is also preserved here.
McGill University Archives
Records pertaining to McGill University’s Department of Philosophy, where Klibansky was a member of the faculty from 1946 to 1975, and afterwards professor emeritus.
Warburg Institute Archive
The WIA holds a substantial amount of correspondence and other archival documents pertaining to Klibansky, both from the original Kulturwissenschaftliche Bibliothek Warburg (KBW) in Hamburg, and the Warburg Institute in London.
Hundreds of letters to, from, and mentioning Klibansky are found in the WIA General Correspondence (WIA GC) files from 1926 forward.
Archive of the Society for the Protection of Science and Learning, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Includes the archive of the Academic Assistance Council (AAC), the forerunner of the SPSL, and contains files relating to Klibansky’s years in England, esp. 1933-1936.
Archives Poincaré, Nancy, France
Current home of the archives of the International Institute of Philosophy, of which Klibansky was president from 1966 to 1969 and Honorary President thereafter.
Heidelberg University Archives
Holds a small number of records and images of Raymond Klibansky dating from his years at the university as well as from later commemorative events.
The Heidelberg UA holds, notably, Klibansky’s response to the racial questionnaire circulated to the academic staff of Heidelberg University in 1933.