Convolute Documents 1888-1922, Estate Bau-Unternehmer Secures IN Posen


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You are bidding on one Mixed lot of documents (1888-1922) from the estate of the master mason andBuilding contractor Ludwig Sichert in Poznan.
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1.) Letter from Ludwig Sichert to the Poznan Police Commission; dated Poznan, 4. October 1888. Relates to requests for certification of certificates that Sichert needs to be accepted into the guild.
Signed "L. Sichert."
Scope: one of four pages written on (33 x 20.7 cm).
2.) Letter from the Prussian Pfandbrief Bank to Sichert, dated Berlin, 5. November 1907.
Sichert is asked for his expertise in a mortgage matter.
Signed " zimmermann " & "pp Voigt."
Notes on this case on the reverse.
Format: 28.7 x 22.5 cm.
3.) Letter from the Wroclaw Construction Accident Cooperative to Sichert; dated Wroclaw, 30. January 1922.
Relates to Sichert's application to leave this cooperative. This is rejected
in spite of the political situation" at the present time, especially since the departure of Sichert's business partner (Greulich) from the joint company
Sichert & Greulich" in 1900 (!) Was not reported to the local court.
Signed by the board member H. Häfner.
Size: 2 p. (29.3 x 22.7 cm).
4.) Two small typed letters (13.5 x 20.8 cm) dIt is the commercial information bureau RG Dun & Co. to Sichert, dated Berlin, 1. and 6. July 1909.
Relates to information about the creditworthiness of the wood agency and commission AE Lehmann in Dresden.
5.) "Chancellery note" from the Poznan Municipal Construction Police Administration from 8. May 1903. Concerns the permission that Sichert has a horse stable on his property at Bukerstr. 43 may erect.
Signed by the office manager Weiß.
Format: 26.5 x 22.5 cm.
6.) Letter from the construction police administration in Poznan from 5. June 1903.
Concerning instruction to Sichert, his "in front of your property at Bukerstr. 43 to have wrought-iron front garden teeth removed without a permit from the building authorities.
Size: 2 p. (32.8 x 21 cm).
7.) "Tax form for municipal properties", exhibited in Poznan, 27. June 1910.
Completed by Ludwig Sichert for the property of the master builder W. Schmidt in Posen-Jersitz, Kirchstrasse 49.
According to the address book, it is the construction foreman Wladislaus Schmidt.
4-page handwritten form (33.8 x 21 cm); at the end a site plan of the property.
Condition: Documents mostly folded. Paper browned, partly stained or with marginal damage. The letters of the information egg punched on the side.B. Please also note the pictures at the end of the item description!
Internal note: Secures folder blue
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About Ludwig Sichert:
Ludwig Sichert (born around 1857 in Uittwa / Uitwa in Bohemia = Útvina in the Czech Republic), Master mason and carpenter in Poznan (construction company for civil engineering and concrete construction, steam cutting mill, woodworking factory), Bukerstr. 43.
Professional career: Ludwig Sichert completed his mason apprenticeship with master mason and building contractor Gustav Stammer (1829-1885) in Posen from 1871/72 and then worked as a journeyman mason:
1873 during the restoration work of the Catholic church in Gembitz (Magilno district) = G? Bice
1874 during the new construction of the Warthe Bridge in Eichwalde near Posen
Posen-Creuzburg railway line)
1875 during the renovation and new construction of the police headquarters in Poznan and various high-rise buildings on the Oels-Gnesener railway line
1877/78 during the general contract work of the detached Fort VII near Jerzyce = Je? Yce (Jersitz), district of Posen
1879 as a bricklayer foreman during the construction of the detached fort No. 8 at Poznan
1877 to 1879 he worked as a bricklayer foreman at the fortification in Posen
under the prime lieutenant in the engineer corps and post officer Henckel).
1878-1882 he attended the building trade school in Höxter; he carried out the above work during the semester break.
From April 1882 (until 1892) he worked in Posen in the construction business of the master builder, steam brick, steam cutting mill and woodworking factory owner Franz Negendank in a managerial position.
In 1889 he passed his examination as a master mason and carpenter.
In 1892 he and a colleague founded a construction company (Sichert & Greulich) in Posen, which left the company after 9 years, after which Sichert continued to run the company under its own name. In 1905 a cutting mill and woodworking factory were added. He was involved in the construction of many residential and commercial buildings in Poznan as well as several large factories (Sinner company, AG Kroehlmann & Co. in Luban near Poznan and Gebr. Besser'sche Maschinenfabrik). He channeled some streets for the city of Poznan.
On the former ramparts in Poznan, Sichert built the Raiffeisenhaus (seat of the Poznan regional cooperative bank), the general landscape building, the provincial cooperative bank and the New City Theater (for which he was awarded the Order of the Crown). He also carried out work on the residential palace and the villa of the Lord Mayor Wilms as well as on the old historic town hall and the new building of the Reichsbank.
He was a member of the journeyman's examination committee of the guild as well as of the master craftsman's examination committee of the Chamber of Crafts.
For 15 years, Sichert was a city councilor in Poznan and a member of the building deputation as well as a member of the board of the guild for builders, masons and carpenters "Posener Bauhütte" in Poznan.
From 1902 to 1920 he was chairman of Section IV of the Silesian-Poznan building trade association; He was also a judicial expert and shop steward for large mortgage banks and a member of the board of directors of the Poznan credit bank.
In 1923 he left Poznan "as a result of the political upheavals caused by the world war" and moved to Bad Freienwalde on the Oder (Gesundbrunnenstrasse 22). Since he was already close to retirement age, he could not start a new construction business there; instead he worked for the "Ostdeutsche Bauzeitung"
Breslau) and for the magazine "Baumarkt" (Leipzig).
Family and offspring: Ludwig Sichert married on 18. April 1893 in Bütow Anna Marie Adelheid Hering (* 17. October 1869 at Gut Birkenstein). Her daughter Margarete Sichert, b. on the 24th October 1897 in Poznan, attended the secondary school for girls and from 1911 to 1914 the Royal Luisen Foundation in Poznan.
Her son Gerhard Sichert (* around 1894 in Posen) laid down after the 1st World War II passed his state examination as an architect-graduate engineer at the Technical University of Hanover. From the end of the 1920s to the 1940s he worked as a construction architect on the island of Riems (he built the residential buildings in 1928-30 and was saved from military service several times in the 1940s as uk = indispensable), where he worked at the Friederich-Löffler-Institut research on bioweapons was carried out. In February 1929 he married the chemist Dr. Irmengard Modrow (* around 1898 in Schlettstadt), the first female scientist in Riems (Diss. Greifswald 1926 "On the effect of hydroxylamine on furfurhippuric acid and esters as well as furfuracrylic acid esters"). After the end of the war he was taken prisoner by Russia. In the early 1950s they lived in Greifswald before they fled to the
West" in 1953. His wife published a few more essays under the name Irmengard Sichert-Modrow.
TRIXUM: Mobile-optimized auction templates and image hosting Her son Gerhard Sichert (* around 1894 in Posen) laid down after the 1st World War II passed his state examination as an architect-graduate engineer at the Technical University of Hanover. From the end of the 1920s to the 1940s he worked as a construction architect on the island of Riems (he built the residential buildings in 1928-30 and was saved from military service several times in the 1940s as uk = indispensable), where he worked at the Friederich-Löffler-Institut research on bioweapons was carried out. In February 1929 he married the chemist Dr. Irmengard Modrow (* around 1898 in Schlettstadt), the first female scientist in Riems (Diss. Greifswald 1926 "On the effect of hydroxylamine on furfurhippuric acid and esters as well as furfuracrylic acid esters"). After the end of the war he Erscheinungsort Posen Material Papier Sprache Deutsch Original/Faksimile Original Genre Geschichte Eigenschaften Erstausgabe Eigenschaften Signiert Erscheinungsjahr 1888 Produktart Handgeschriebenes Manuskript

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