Louis Newman papers, 1915-1972.


Louis Newman papers, 1915-1972.

Correspondence; photographs; periodicals and bulletins; brochures; fliers; sermons (1967-1968); memorials; papers about the Palestine Mandate; and other writings. Some of the photographs are of the exterior and interior of San Francisco's Congregation Emanu-El and of Rabbis Louis Newman and Martin A. Meyer, Cantor Reuben Rinder, and Mrs. Hannah Gerstle. The collection's letters reveal Newman's ideals and his opinions about the rabbinate, Judaism, and culture, and contain gossip and information about San Francisco Bay Area citizens and rabbis. The letters also provide some insight into the character of Newman and Martin Meyer.

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SNAC Resource ID: 8125396

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