Ezekiel, Denise Tourover, 1903-1980. Papers, 1935-1981.



Papers primarily concern Ezekiel's activities as Hadassah representative in Washington, including correspondence and cables concerning transport of Polish Jewish refugee children from Teheran to Palestine, 1942-1943; correspondence, articles, speeches, and other material, 1940-1967, on Louis Brandeis and Brandeis Memorial Foundation; correspondence, lists, and legal documents, 1948-1950, regarding claims against British government for damage to Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem during disturbances of 1947-1948; correspondence, 1968-1975, with U.S. Congress and Agency for International Development concerning aid to Hadassah medical activities and Food for Freedom program in Israel; minutes, reports, and other material, 1950-1969, concerning American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service; and reports, correspondence, speeches, and articles, on civil rights, disarmament, refugee relief, Middle East affairs, Zionism, Vietnam, and other subjects. Also includes correspondence, 1935-1940, on Washington, D.C. chapter of Hadassah, and Youth Aliyah. Correspondents include Rhoda Cohen, Teddy Kollek, Hannah Goldberg, Julliet Benjamin, Anne Gelfand, Charlotte Jacobson, Judith Epstein, Alice Brandeis and others.

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