Fritz Bamberger Papers. 1947-1966.

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Fritz Bamberger Papers., 1947-1966.

Fritz Bamberger Papers. 1947-1966.

Fritz Bamberger, scholar and academic, had a long and illustrious career as editor of periodicals such as , and as an administrator and instructor at schools such as the Berlin's Teachers Institutue and the Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion. The Fritz Bamberger papers cover three distinct areas: correspondence and documentation of the Society of Jewish Bibliophiles from its inception in 1961 through 1966; Bamberger's own research, specifically a survey of the growing need for Rabbis conducted from 1947-1966; and correspondence, pamphlets, press releases, and catalogues pertaining to University Publishers, Inc. from 1964-1966. The papers span the dates 1947-1966. Esquire

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