Sobell papers, 1959-1966.


Gaede, Erwin A. Sobell papers, 1959-1966.

Sobell papers, 1959-1966.

Comprise correspondence, including a letter from R.F. Kennedy, speeches, notes, and reports of tours concerning activities in behalf of Morton Sobell, convicted of espionage in 1951; also a photocopy of a letter from Michael Rosenberg [i.e. Meeropol] to President Dwight D. Eisenhower, unpublished poems by Helen Sobell, and photos.

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