The following archives, libraries, publishers and institutions have consented to the publication of the finding aids, digitized address directories and official handbooks on public offices and institutions and literature which they have made available.
The archives listed here have consented to the publication of their finding aids. It is only possible to view the contents of a file at the archive where it is held; this is also subject to the relevant archive’s regulations and/or archive legislation. Please contact the archive if you wish to order files.
Lower Austrian Provincial Archive
Amt der NÖ Landesregierung
Abteilung NÖ Landesarchiv und NÖ Landesbibliothek
Landhausplatz 1, Haus Kulturbezirk 4
3109 St. Pölten
For usage, see §5 of the archive law for Salzburg
Municipal and Provincial Archives of Vienna (MA 8)
Guglgasse 14 (Gasometer D)
Telephone: +43 1 4000 84808
Telefax: +43 1 4000 84809
The historical address directories, official handbooks on public offices and institutions, the Krakow directory and literature were digitized in cooperation with the following libraries, enabling them to be made publicly available in the Findbuch.
The photos used for the background collages on this page come from the published life stories of the National Fund’s applicants and from Centropa, the Center for Research and Documentation of Jewish Life in Eastern and Central Europe, which gave the National Fund permission to use its photos.
Central Europe Center for Research and Documentation
Telephone: +43 1 409 09 71
Telefax: +43 1 409 09 714
The Jewish Community in Linz possesses its own file holdings, although it has transferred parts thereof to the Upper Austrian Provincial Archives. These two file holdings can only be viewed in conjunction with the Jewish Community Linz.