Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib

The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is an internet site featuring the works of Austrian pholosopher, Rudolf Steiner. There are references to waldorf schools, Steiner schools, and these topics: school, spirituality, developing, waldorf, working, steiner schools, german, schools waldorf, times, waldorf school, steiner german, books, teachers, societies, world, steiner work, knowledge.

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Sketch of Rudolf Steiner lecturing at the East-West Conference in Vienna, Austria, June, 1922.
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The Rudolf Steiner Archive and e.Lib:

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Birthday Wishes:

A 107 Year Celebration

  Beatrice May Müller Stewart, ca 1935.
Beatrice May Müller Stewart, ca 1935
 
Just after midnight on May 21st 1911, Beatrice May Müller was born in her parents house at 181 Vine Street in Wyandotte, Michigan. The youngest of the three girls in that family, she grew up being a creative, outgoing person who graduated from Wyandotte High at age sixteen. Instead of going on to college, she elected to go to work to help support her family: she worked in data processing, as did her son when he grew up! It's a true IT family, and it started in the late 1920's!

In 1934, at a church social, she met a fine Scottish lad, one Alexander Stewart from bonny Barrhead, Scotland: he claims she threw a cake at him just to meet him, she says he bumped into her just to meet her! Ah, love! Ah, cake!! And in 1937 they got married ... in the same house where she was born, now numbered 505 Vinewood! This union of Scottish-German parents produced one child, James Dennis, the e.Librarian at The e.Lib, and the Rudolf Steiner Archive.

My sweet, intelligent, extremely creative Mother died in 1987 in the same house where she was born and was married. Today, I celebrate what would have been her 107th birthday. I think about her a lot ... I miss her ... she was my Mom!



 

With servers in San Francisco, New York, Frankfurt, Singapore, and Sydney, the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is truly a World-wide presence for the Anthroposophical Movement. Whether you're a seasoned follower of the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner or someone coming here for the first time, this site will challange your thinking and allow you to experience the world from a different point of view ... it's the same ... only different!

Start with the Basics (see the top of the left-hand menu) and then move on to other topics that may pique your interest. There are 28 books, hundreds of articles and essays, and over 6,000 lectures that Rudolf Steiner gave to the world. You'll find some good things to get going with the items below:



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