Fanny Goldstein papers


Fanny Goldstein Papers., 1926-1961.

Fanny Goldstein papers


The Fanny Goldstein Papers consist of correspondence, reports and newsclippings about Fanny Goldstein, a Jewish librarian in Boston, Massachusetts, who was active in setting up congregational libraries and compiling bibliographies of Jewish books. The collection includes the bibliography. The Jew in Literature and Contemporary Life

2 linear ft.; 4 Hollinger boxes

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