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Re: bankierfamilie joerger 22 Sep 2006 12:41 #1158928909

  • A. Spengler
  • A. Spenglers Avatar Autor
Es ist zwar arg verspätet, vielleicht hilft es dennoch:
1.)
"JOERGER, C. Fine photoengraved portrait of Carl Joerger, Mitinhaber der Firmen Gebrüder Schickler und Delbrück, Schickler & Co., Berlin
Berlin, Adolf Eckstein ca, 1914." (Quelle: www.antiqbook.nl/boox/boe/70562.shtml ; Abbildung leider nicht frei einsehbar).
(Anmerkung: Das im Jahre 1712 gegründete Berliner Bankhaus Gebrüder Schickler fusionierte 1910 mit dem Berliner Bankhaus Delbrück Leo & Co. unter dem neuen Namen Delbrück Schickler & Co.)

2.)
Zumindest in den Jahren 1929/30 war Carl Joerger als Vertreter seiner Bank Mitglied im Aufsichtsrat der Schiffswerft Deschimag. (Quelle: werften.fischtown.de/archiv/ssw3.html )

3.)
Er gehörte zudem der 1809 in Berlin gegründeten sog. "Gesetzlosen Gesellschaft" an, einem Klub, in dem Repräsentanten verschiedener Berufskreise zwanglos zu Diskussionen zusammenkamen. (Quelle: www.gesetzlose-gesellschaft.de/verweise.phtml )

4.)
Einiges über die Villa Jörger an sich findet sich hier: www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/denkmal/d...65438cf8fe445f27f3b0 ;sowie hier: data.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de/be.pdf)

5.) Über die Familie Jörger gibt es folgende Beschreibung:
"Friendly facts about the Wansee forum house and the Joerger family

Carl Joerger and his wife Elizabeth were very friendly people and lived in the country house at the beginning of the 20thcentury. They had four children together and were a very wealthy and happy family. Mr Joerger owned a bank and was therefore a very rich man! The family only lived in their country house during the summer time, when the winter approached they would live near Potsdamer Platz. The family did no other travelling as the idea of tourism is very modern.

Description of the house in the beginning of the 20thcentury

The basement was where Mr Joerger invited his representatives, thegarden room as it is known today, was the library, this was where the men went to smoke. Smoking was not a very good habit for women in these days and on some occasions the women could be put into prison for doing this! There was also a place for eating, this is where everyone would sittogether and have a good time. The food was heated by coal in the oven.The Joergers also had a huge wine cellar where all their alcohol was stored.Today it is the Discotec room, but when the family lived here it was used for the servants to wash the laundry and iron it. The family had a lot of servants as they could afford to employ them. The first floor was used for the children and Mr and Mrs Joergers bedrooms. Their children had very large rooms as the family was verygenerous! On the first floor they also had a guest room, two bathrooms and a separate toilet. One of the rooms was used for the childrens babysitters. An extra room was located for a walk in wardrobe for Mr andMrs Joergers clothes!The second floor contained private rooms which were only used for thefamily. No other people were allowed there. Upstairs (also known as the attic) had two small rooms and a toilet, it was used for some servants that worked for the family. Lastly, the stables were on the first floor (the dance room as it is knowntoday) this was where the coach man and his wife lived. Downstairs lived the butler and his wife. " (Quelle: 66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:m_fUftM7KUQJ...e&gl=de&ct=clnk&cd=6 )

bankierfamilie joerger 21 Jun 2006 10:55 #1150887343

  • tina
  • tinas Avatar Autor
kann mir jemand helfen:
ich suche dringend angaben zu der bankiersfamilie carl joerger(geb. 1871). sie wohnten in dem landhaus "villa joerger" in der hohenzollernstrasse 14/ berlin-wannsee, heute Wannseeforum.
wenn mir einer hinweise geben könnte wo ich weitere anhaltspunkte erhalten kann, wäre ich ihnen sehr dankbar