Hahnemann’s Second Marriage

6. Two pictures of the dear father, and also a wax image of him, one wax portrait of the deceased mother.

7. One wax portrait of Dr. Lehmann; a steel etching of my dear father, and one of my deceased husband; a poem by Albercht.

8. “Apothecary’s Lexicon” in two volumes by S.H.; four volumes of “Chronic Diseases,” first Edition, by S.H.

9. “Organon,” 4th and 5th Editions, by S.H.; French “Organon” by S.H. “Repertory” by Jahr, 2nd Edition; Dr. Roth’s “Lectures on Homoeopathy.”

10. “Handbook for Mothers,” by S.H.; 6 volumes of “Materia Medica Pura,” by S.H.: Hahnemann’s “Lesser Writings,” complete, in De LUxe binding; poems by Dellbruck.

11. “Survey of Anti-psoric remedies and Repertory,” by Boenninghausen; “Homoeopathy,” a annual by Boenninghausen.

12. Avant propos William Tell; all Weber’s works that are here; the works of Hartlaub and Trinks that are here.

13. Hansel and Gretel; three manuals of languages; eight dictionaries; a handbook of ladies’ apparel, 7 volumes; a hymn book for kothen.

14 “Arts and Crafts,” by Sprengels, 6 volumes; a book on letters: “Homoeopathic therapy of intermittent fever,” by Boenninghausen.

15. Schiller’s poems in brochure by Kommerel.

16. A medicine chest from Saxony with contents, and a small box of medicines containing small smelling bottles.

17. A medium-seized medicine box, with trituration by Lappe.

18. A long medicine box, with round perforated holes, which has inside these divisions: II, IV, VI, VIII, and X.37. A very large bell with a black handle, and in the handle is an H thus fashioned, of which each half is ornamented by six diamonds, each having the size of a millet-seed.


One pipe with white bowl, with little rose posies and silver scroll ornament.

One lacquered ruler (used).

One black glass snuff box with lid; one small brass bell.

One small black oblong snuff box.

One brown lacquered reading-lamp.

“State Economy of Great Britain” (Policy), and a manual by F.A. Klockenbring.

Pain things from Greece by T.A. Uckert, with copper-etching; pocket-book of the history of the Greek, with copper-etchings.

One antique cup, plated silver and gilt, with lid.

List of objects of ELEONORE HAHNEMANN, of May 28th, 1835: A large silver ladle, gilt inside, with Hahnemann on the handle.

With it twelve tablespoons, also with the name Hahnemann.

A gold neck chain, to which is attached a lady’s watch and a gold heart.

Four gold brooches with and without stones; two belt buckles.

Eight gold rings, with and without stones; an amber chain with golden pendant.

Two silver commemorative medals of my father; two paris of gold rings; one body beat.

One large standing clock of black ebony, with gilt face.

One silver watch with the name “Louis”; one Kralstein.

A portrait of my father with glass and thickly gilt frame.

Two of the same without glass or frame, and another of the same with black frame.

Two woollen bed-covers woven in green and red; my portrait in oils.

Three hymn books, one for Kothen, one for Leipsic and one for Dresden. Six volumes of Hahnemann’s “Materia Medica Pura,” 1st Edition.

Two parts of Hellebore by father, three parts by Bardenheim.

Four copied of my father’s life’s history; Hahnemann’s “Lesser Writings.” One Doctor’s Dissertation of my father’s one, the same, of my brother’s. Linen, clothes, and other objects of value she has already taken with her.

There is only the furniture left.



One black alarm clock with handle; one silver striking watch marked “Ch.”, with silver chain and silver watch key.

One silver watch with second hand which shows the date, with a black iron watch-hook and two iron watch chains, and green tin watch case.

Richard Haehl
Richard M Haehl 1873 - 1932 MD, a German orthodox physician from Stuttgart and Kirchheim who converted to homeopathy, travelled to America to study homeopathy at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia, to become the biographer of Samuel Hahnemann, and the Secretary of the German Homeopathic Society, the Hahnemannia.

Richard Haehl was also an editor and publisher of the homeopathic journal Allgemcine, and other homeopathic publications.

Haehl was responsible for saving many of the valuable artifacts of Samuel Hahnemann and retrieving the 6th edition of the Organon and publishing it in 1921.
Richard Haehl was the author of - Life and Work of Samuel Hahnemann