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Magnes collection on David Lubin, 1875-1982.

Verfasser/in: Western Jewish History Center.; Judah L. Magnes Museum.; Bancroft Library. Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life.; Online Archive of California.
Ausgabe/Format   Archivmaterial : Englisch
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This collection consists of items created by and relating to David Lubin collected by the Judah L. Magnes Museum staff between 1969 and the early 2000s. It includes original documents and photographs created by David Lubin and his family as well as photocopies of items held by other archives throughout the world. The collection consists of nine series: 1. Personal, 2. Business, 3. Jewish Interests and Issues, 4.  Weiterlesen…
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Name: David Lubin; Lubin family.; Olivia Rossetti Agresti
Dokumenttyp: Archivarische Materialien
Alle Autoren: Western Jewish History Center.; Judah L. Magnes Museum.; Bancroft Library. Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life.; Online Archive of California.
OCLC-Nummer: 710843483
Anmerkungen: Formerly: Western Jewish History Center Collection Number 201.
Formerly: Judah L. Magnes Museum Collection Number WJHC 1969.015.
Beschreibung: 2 cartons, 2 boxes, 1 oversize box, and 2 oversize folders (3.2 linear feet)
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This collection consists of items created by and relating to David Lubin collected by the Judah L. Magnes Museum staff between 1969 and the early 2000s. It includes original documents and photographs created by David Lubin and his family as well as photocopies of items held by other archives throughout the world. The collection consists of nine series: 1. Personal, 2. Business, 3. Jewish Interests and Issues, 4. International Institute of Agriculture, 5. United States Agriculture, 6. Other Economic and Political Activity, 7. Biography and Legacy, 8. Family Members' Miscellany, and 9. Photographs. Series 1 consists of some genealogy, personal correspondence, family correspondence, and early essays. Series 2 consists mostly of materials relating to Lubin's early California business ventures, especially Weinstock-Lubin. Series 3 consists of Lubin's own writings, correspondence, and addresses on Jewish issues and themes. These materials include files on Zionism and aid to the Jews of Salonica. Series 4 includes materials on the International Institute of Agriculture (history, founding, publications, research materials, dissolution, founding of FAO, and the Lubin Memorial Library in Rome). Series 5 consists of files on agriculture in the United States (primarily in the period from 1880 through 1910). Series 6 consists of a file of materials relating to Lubin's interests in other economic and political issues, such as labor, the election of Woodrow Wilson, and democracy. Series 7 consists of memorial biographies, testimonials, obituaries, and essays on Lubin's legacy published after Lubin's death in 1919. Series 8 consists of materials relating to Lubin's daughter Grace, Lubin's son-in-law, Jacob Finesinger, and George Heller. Series 9 consists of photographs (including photographs of Lubin, Lubin's family, Olivia Agresti, the Weinstock-Lubin Store, President Taft, Villa Lubin, the International Institute of Agriculture, the launching of the SS Lubin, and Jacob Finesinger). The collection also includes a reproduction of the 1910 portrait of David Lubin painted by G. Szoldatics, a copy of the document testifying to Lubin's appointment as the American delegate to the IIA signed by President Theodore Roosevelt, and two scrapbooks (one of letters of introduction for Lubin, 1896-1905 and one of obits and condolence letters on occasion of Lubin's death, 1919).

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