There are twelve photographs taken by Mellinger at Netherwood in Hastings, a boarding-house where Aleister Crowley was living at: seven of Crowley, three of Netherwood itself, and two of paintings by Crowley.
Back in Germany, Mellinger found the theatrical field fertile. From 1946 to 1949 he worked for the American military administration in Bremen as supervising officer for theatres.
|Frau Germer went through her husband’s documents and came to the conclusion that “Frater Saturnus’ [i.e. Germer’s] Will and Wish was: that Frater Paragranus [i.e. Hermann Joseph Metzger] takes the Heavy Burden off his shoulders.”|