Lawrence Arnstein Papers, 1915-1979


Lawrence Arnstein Papers, 1915-1979

Lawrence Arnstein Papers, 1915-1979

Papers relating to Arnstein's interest in various public health issues such as raw milk, child care centers (including speeches he made and a statement to the California State Board of Health); material on the San Francisco Social Hygiene and Health Association; certificates of appointments and awards; scrapbooks of clippings, Includes letters of condolence to Mrs. Arnstein.

Number of containers: 3 boxes, 1 oversize folder; Linear feet: 3.75


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