Papers, 1900-1957 (bulk 1915-1955).

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Rauch, Joseph, 1880-1957. Papers, 1900-1957 (bulk 1915-1955).

Papers, 1900-1957 (bulk 1915-1955).

Papers document the career of Rauch, Reform rabbi, community leader, and founding member of the World Union for Progressive Judaism. Consists mainly of sermons but also includes correspondence, congregational records of Congregation Adath Israel, Louisville, Ky, and personal and miscellaneous items.

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