Bernard Dov Marton Papers, 1914-1991, 1998 1932-1970. 1914-1991.


Bernard Dov Marton Papers, 1914-1991, 1998 1932-1970. 1914-1991.

The Papers of Bernard Dov Marton contain correspondence, legal documents, publications, newspaper clippings, printed materials, scrapbooks, LP records, photographs pertaining to the life of Rabbi Marton and members of his family.

14.83 linear ft.









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