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Guide to the Edward S. Goldstein: Jewish Labor Committee Research Files
||Goldstein, Edward Samuel.
||Edward S. Goldstein: Jewish Labor Committee Research Files
||Edward Samuel Goldstein (1944- ) taught U.S. history in the Boston area and later
went on to a career in the telecommunications industry. In the mid-1970s he began
research toward a dissertation at Brandeis University on the history of the Jewish
Labor Committee (U.S.). He secured the cooperation of the Jewish Labor Committee and
its then-executive director, Emanuel Muravchik, and was given access to the organization's
files. The dissertation was never finished, but Goldstein completed a considerable
amount of research, and composed several draft chapters. This collection is comprised
of notes, drafts, original documents, correspondence, photocopies accumulated by Goldstein
in the course of his work on this project, as well as other material dealing with
his interests in twentieth-century American Jewish history.
NOTE: This collection is housed offsite and advance notice is required for use.
||5.25 linear feet (6 boxes)