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Papers, 1909-1948.

Author: Charles SchwagerCharles M LaFolletteHamilton Fish, Jr.Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.John W McCormackAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection consists of letters written to Schwager by Americans and non-Americans on a variety of topics pertaining to Jews. The majority of the letters are from members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Senate, and American governors, expressing their views on Jews, anti-Semitism, and Palestine as a Jewish homeland. Also included are letters on this topic from Thomas Edison, Charles Curtis, and Adam
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Schwager; Charles M LaFollette; Hamilton Fish, Jr.; Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.; John W McCormack; Alben W Barkley; Robert F Wagner; Clare Boothe Luce; Louis Marshall; Fiorello LaGuardia; George D Aiken; Thomas A Edison; Charles Curtis, Vice-President U.S.; Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.; Harry S Truman; Peter H Bergson
OCLC Number: 122412096
Description: 1 1/2 manuscript box. .25 linear feet.

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The collection consists of letters written to Schwager by Americans and non-Americans on a variety of topics pertaining to Jews. The majority of the letters are from members of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Senate, and American governors, expressing their views on Jews, anti-Semitism, and Palestine as a Jewish homeland. Also included are letters on this topic from Thomas Edison, Charles Curtis, and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Other letters concern the First Solotwiner Sick and Benevolent Society, the proposed formation by Schwager of a cloak-maker's union, and other topics of general Jewish interest.

Among the correspondents are Charles M. LaFollette, Hamilton Fish, Jr., Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., John W. McCormack, Alben W. Barkley, Robert F. Wagner, Clare Boothe Luce, Louis Marshall, Fiore La Guardia, and George D. Aiken.

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