Black and white copy image of Otto Landauer's diploma from agricultural school in Switzerland.
Black and white silhouetted image of a single alpine skier descending a mountain with existing ski tracks to the left and power rising behind.
Black and white image of Otto Landauer's friend Yus Klein Vogelbach of Basel, at Piz Palu in the Bernina Range, Swizterland.
Black and white image on postcard addressed to M. Fernand Despond, of the Diavolezza Hut at Piz Palu summit in Switzerland. While living in Switzerland, Landauer's sister Hansi and her husband Erwin Danziger had rented a flat from M. Despond.
Inscription on verso of card reads "Dear friend, Do you know any one of this 5 persons? I hope so! There was a lovely day when we took our lunch at the famous Diavolezza hut (3000m) In the background you see the Piz Palu. Kindest regards Always yours Otto Landauer."
Black and white portrait of Hansi Landauer-Danzinger (Dann - name was anglicized upon immigration to Canada), with dog in Switerland.
Black and white image of Father Giuseppe Tuena and Otto Landauer in Chur, Switzerland
Black and white image of Hansi and Erwin Danziger in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Hansi Landauer, Otto Landauer's sister, met Erwin while visiting a hospital in Switzerland. Erwin had escaped to Switzerland from Nazi Germany in 1933 with two suitcases of solid gold, and on January 8, 1934, he and Hansi eloped to England and were married in a civil ceremony.