Papers, 1918-1954 (bulk 1918-1919).

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Egelson, Louis I. (Louis Isaac), 1885-1957. Papers, 1918-1954 (bulk 1918-1919).

Papers, 1918-1954 (bulk 1918-1919).

Correspondence between Egelson and rabbis, scholars, parents, and the Jewish Welfare Board; together with mementos, pictures and congregational letters sent to him at the time he received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 5, 1954, and in honor of his 40th year in the rabbinate. Correspondents include Hyman G. Enelow, Louis Wolsey, Cyrus Adler, Harry Cutler, and Chester Jacob Teller. There are no papers dated 1920-1953.

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