Harry Kaplan papers


Kaplan, Harry. Harry Kaplan papers, 1924-1970.

Harry Kaplan papers


Correspondence, newsclippings, sermons, lectures, and nearprint material covering Rabbi Kaplan's relationship with his former teacher Stephen S. Wise, his work as the rabbi of Temple Anshe Anonim, Pittsfield, Mass. (1926-1935), and as Ohio State University Hillel director (1935-1969).

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