Abraham Cronbach Papers 1902-1965 1920-1960

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Abraham Cronbach Papers, 1902-1965, 1920-1960

Abraham Cronbach Papers 1902-1965 1920-1960

The Papers trace the career of Abraham Cronbach,professor of social studies at Hebrew Union College. The collection containscorrespondence, manuscripts, newsclippings, and miscellaneous items relating toCronbach's publications, his rabbinical and professorial career, and his involvementwith Jewish and pacifist societies and organizations. Of special interest are thefiles concerning Cronbach's work with the Rosenberg/Sobell espionage cases. Amongthe noted correspondents in the collection are Mary Antin, Clarence Darrow, JohnDewey, Carl Jung, Julian Morgenstern, Murray Seasongood, and Stephen S.Wise.

4.2 linear feet; (10 Hollinger boxes)

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