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Jewish paper based ephemera

Collection
Collection Summary
Robert Edward Edmonson anti-Semitic broadsides: Six broadsides, issued by the Edmonson Economic Service, under the following titles and dates: "'Invisible Government:' The Hidden Autocratic Minority Menace to American Democracy" (18 May 1934); "Prof. Felix Frankfurter" (4 July 1934); "Are You a Communist, Mr. Dickstein?" (15 December 1934); "Justice Brandeis Unfit?" (15 March 1935); "Jews Off Gold?" (10 August 1937); "The Jewish Hymn Onward Christian Soldiers--To Make the World Safe for Communistic Jewry!" (10 January 1939). Announcement of protest against the Jewish boycott of Germany, Brooklyn, New York, April 1934: Broadside announcement, calling on German-Americans of Brooklyn to protest the Jewish boycott of German businesses by attending a mass protest, to be held at Ridgewood Grove, Brooklyn, on the evening of April 8, 1934. The protest was organized by a group called "Friends of the New Germany." Max Riess papers: Tax records pertaining to the business owned by Max Riess in Berlin, which specialized in the sales of mens accessories, including socks, gloves, and neckties. The records pertain mostly to income taxes paid by Riess during the late 1930s, up until his business was expropriated in 1941, and include taxes he had paid on his personal belongings and business inventories as part of the "Judenvermoegensabgabe" and other taxes targeting Jews during this period. Yosif Yosifov papers: Correspondence, names lists, and other documentation related to Yosifov's efforts to assist Bulgarian Jews of the Beitar and Revisionist movements with immigration to Palestine in the early 1940s. Includes correspondence with members of the New Zionist Organization. The fate of Jews, Polish refugees, in Russia: Mr. A. Dobkin's mission to Persia. News from Eretz Israel, from the Diaspora, and the movement. Postcard dedicated to Zeev Jabotinsky Estonian propaganda poster denigrating Roosevelt and the USA Political pro-Jewish poster - Holland, 1940s
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The collection was acquired by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2013.
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Robert Edward Edmonson anti-Semitic broadsides

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.1

Date
inclusive:  1934-1939
Robert Edward Edmonson anti-Semitic broadsides

Announcement of protest against the Jewish boycott of Germany, Brooklyn, New York, April 1934

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.2

Date
creation:  1934
Announcement of protest against the Jewish boycott of Germany, Brooklyn, New York, April 1934

Max Riess papers

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.3

Date
inclusive:  1930-1942
Max Riess papers

Yosif Yosifov papers

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.4

Date
inclusive:  1936-1944
Yosif Yosifov papers

The fate of Jews, Polish refugees, in Russia: Mr. A. Dobkin's mission to Persia.

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.5.1

Date
publication/distribution:  1942 September 08

News from Eretz Israel, from the Diaspora, and the movement

Document | Accession Number: 2013.514.5.2

Date
publication/distribution:  1944 May 09

Postcard of a hunting tapestry miniature by Arthur Szyk inscribed to a friend

Object | Accession Number: 2013.514.6

Geography
use: Paris (France)
publication: Paris (France)
Date
use:  1928
Postcard of a hunting tapestry miniature by Arthur Szyk inscribed to a friend

Book illustration of an allegorical cartoon on the destruction of Dutch Jews

Object | Accession Number: 2013.514.8

Geography
publication: Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Date
publication/distribution:  approximately 1945 May 05-1945 May 31
Book illustration of an allegorical cartoon on the destruction of Dutch Jews
 
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