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Adolphe Stoeber – or Adolf Stöber – (Strasbourg, 1810 - Mulhouse, 1892) was a French ecclesiastic and writer in German language from Alsace.

He was Ehrenfried Stoeber's son and Auguste Stoeber's brother. He studied theology and was a Protestant priest in Metz (1832), Oberbronn (1836) and Mulhouse, where he was president at the Reformist Assembly.

In 1838, he founded the publication Erwinia with his brother. This magazine dealt with Alsatian and Swiss legends in Alsatian.

Works

  • Alsatisches Vergißmeinnicht (1825)
  • Alsabilder (1836)
  • Reisebilder aus de Schweiz (1850)
  • Elsasser Schatakastlein (1877)
  • Epheukranz aus das Grabmal einer Heimgegangenen (1884)
  • Spiegel deutscher Frauen (1892)

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