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Guide to the Charles L. Bernheimer Papers
1877-1935 (bulk 1906-1920)
 MS 58

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Bernheimer, Charles L. (Charles Leopold), 1864-1944
Title: Charles L. Bernheimer papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1877-1935 (bulk 1906-1920)
Abstract: Correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and photographs belonging to Charles L. Bernheimer (1864-1944). Bernheimer was a businessman and explorer who participated in several civic service related activities in New York City. The collection contains drafts and correspondence regarding Bernheimer's peace proposals for the termination of World War I. There is correspondence and other documents related to Bernheimer's work as a strike arbitrator. The collection also contains records of several political organizations that supported fusion politics and reform in New York's municipal government in the early twentieth century.
Quantity: 7 Linear feet in 7 record cartons and 1 over-sized folder
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Call Phrase: MS 58