Abe and Selma Bluestein papers, 1930-1991.


Abe and Selma Bluestein papers, 1930-1991.

Collection includes: correspondence, published and unpublished writings, histories, clippings, family documents, photographs, two audio-cassette tapes, all documenting the lives and interests of Abe and Selma Bluestein.

5.25 linear ft.




SNAC Resource ID: 7973821

University of Michigan

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