Jewish Labor Committee records
Records contain correspondence, office files, press releases, minutes, convention reports, and printed material relating to the efforts of the Jewish Labor Committee to mobilize opposition to Nazism and offer relief and assistance to its victims. Included are eighteen volumes of clippings scrapbooks documenting the work of the Committee, 1936-1947. Among the persons represented are Baruch C. Vladeck, founder and first chairman of the Committee, Adolph Held, chairman after Vladek's death in 1938, Jacob Pat, Executive Secretary, and David Dubinski, Treasurers. Among the prominent correspondents are many U.S. government officials and legislators, American and foreign labor leaders and intellectuals, and officers of Jewish political and philanthropic organizations. Includes financial ledgers, 1934-1949.
169 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.
101,451 digital images : JPEG.
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