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Collection Details


Collection Name: Remembering Jacob Blaustein: An Oral History Collection
Repository Name: New York Public Library. Humanities and Social Sciences Library, Dorot Jewish Division [Repository Details]
Repository Location: New York, New York, United States
Description: Fifty-seven oral history interviews on the life of Jacob Blaustein with government figures, organization associates, business colleagues, friends, and family members, who speak of his efforts and contributions as industrialist, civic leader, philanthropist, human rights advocate, and honorary president of The American Jewish Committee. This oral history project was made possible through the interest and generosity of Mr. Blaustein's widow, Hilda K. Blaustein.
Estimated Total of Interviews: 57
Broad Subjects: Relationships; Biography; Economics
ASP Subjects: American Jewish Committee, New York, NY; Biography; Human rights workers; Industrialists; Oral history; Philanthropists; United States
Other Subjects: Jacob Blaustein
Collection Code: OHC0002758