Elihu Stone papers, 1913-2015


Stone, Elihu, 1888-1952. Papers, 1913-2015

Elihu Stone papers, 1913-2015


Materials pertaining to Stone's Zionist activities include organizational speeches and essays prepared by Stone; materials relating to the Palestine Resolution introduced by Stone into the Massachusetts Legislature and materials relating to the Lodge-Fish Resolution, including a partial account of Stone's role in the passing of the resolution as well as correspondence with Henry Cabot Lodge; correspondence from Stone's tenure as President of the New England Zionist Region; correspondence in his association with the World Zionist Organization, the Zionist Organization of America, the Jewish National Fund, and Keren Heyesod. The collection also includes speeches and writings of Louis Lipsky and speeches given by Henry Cabot Lodge, Colonel Josiah Wedgewood, Congressman John C. McCormack, Governor Frank G. Allen, and an address given by an unidentified Knesset member (probably Abba Eban) before the Mass. Legislature (1949). Materials pertaining to Stone's political activities include the following: election campaign materials; correspondence written in support of other candidates; resolutions sponsored by Stone as a state representative; correspondence written as a state representative and as Assistant U.S. District Attorney.

4.25 linear feet (8 manuscript boxes, 1 one-half manuscript box), 1 oversized folder

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