Richard N. and Rhoda H. Goldman papers 1863-2003 1939-1995

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Richard N. and Rhoda H. Goldman papers, 1863-2003, 1939-1995

Richard N. and Rhoda H. Goldman papers 1863-2003 1939-1995

The Richard and Rhoda Goldman papers document the lives and contributions of two of the most important figures in twentieth-century philanthropy. The papers are divided into 7 series: Personal and Family Papers; Richard Goldman's Chronological File, Richard Goldman's Travel Files; Rhoda Goldman's Subject Files; Rhoda Goldman's Mount Zion Hospital Board of Director Files; Memorabilia and Clippings; and Photographs.

48 cartons, 3 boxes, 1 oversize box, and 1 oversize folder; (61.2 linear feet)

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