Jews against Zionism: The American Council for Judaism, 1942-1948

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MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL COLLECTIONS

American Council for Judaism, Records (ACJ-NY). New York, New York

American Jewish Archives, American Council for Judaism Collection (ACJC). Cincinnati, Ohio

----- Correspondence Between Rabbi Elmer Berger and Mr. Barry Silverberg Concerning the Council. March-April 1973

-----. William Fineshriber Collection

-----. Morris S. Lazaron Papers (MSLP)

-----. Jacob R. Marcus Papers

-----. Stephen S. Wise Collection (SSWC)

-----. Louis Wolsey Papers (LWP)

American Jewish Committee Record Center and Archives (AJC-RCA). Record Groups 1, 7, 17. New York, New York

American Jewish Historical Society, Stephen S. Wise Papers (SSWP). Waltham, Massachusetts

Archives of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel, Rabbi William H. Fineshriber Records (WHFR). Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, Franklin D. Roosevelt Papers. Hyde Park, New York

Harry S. Truman Library, Papers of Harry S. Truman. Independence, Missouri

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute for Religion Library, Boxes 138, 157, 227. Cincinnati, Ohio

Levison, George L. Papers (GLLP). San Francisco, California

National Archives, U. S. Department of State, Record Group 43, Records of the Anglo- American Committee of Inquiry: Palestine, 1945- 1946. Washington, D.C.

-----. Record Group 59, Decimal Files: 111.16, Acheson; 111. 75; 500. cc; 501. BB; 867N.01. Washington, D.C.

-----. Record Group 59, Office of Near Eastern Affairs-Palestine, 1946- 1949. Washington, D.C.

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