Henrietta Szold papers


Szold, Henrietta, 1860-1945. Henrietta Szold papers, 1875-1982 (bulk 1875-1945)

Henrietta Szold papers

1875-1982 (bulk 1875-1945)

Correspondence, reports, speeches, articles, publications, clippings, and other material concerning Szold's activities in Zionist and Jewish affairs, especially Hadassah - The Women's Zionist Organization of America; Hadassah Medical Organization, and its predecessor, the American Zionist Medical Unit, in Palestine, 1917-1945; and Youth Aliyah, 1933-1945. Also includes material concerning Szold family, particularly Henrietta's father, Rabbi Benjamin Szold, the Jewish Publication Society, Russian Night School of Baltimore, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York Kehillah (Jewish Community), Zionist Organization of America, Jewish Women's Council for Palestine, Women's International Zionist Organization, World Zionist Organization, and American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; as well as on such subjects as social conditions in Palestine, Zionist theory and politics, and refugee relief work.

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