Franklin Cohn correspondence, 1955-1963.

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Franklin Cohn correspondence, 1955-1963.

Correspondence pertaining to the presentation of Passover-Liberty Awards to Ishak Ben-Zvi in 1955, to Edmund G. Brown in 1959, to Dr. Joseph Kaplan in 1960, and to Julius Fligelman in 1963.

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