Shirley Goldstein papers
Scope and Contents
The Shirley Goldstein papers date from 2006 and measure 0.25 linear inches. The papers consist of two copies of The Jewish Press from 2006 that describe Shirley Goldstein's role in jewish activism.
- Creation: 2006
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Shirley Goldstein devoted over 40 years to the cause of human rights around the world. She was an activist on behalf of Soviet Jewish dissidents (known as refuseniks) to help them leave the USSR for Israel and the U.S.
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An activist on behalf of Soviet Jewish dissidents (known as refuseniks) to help them leave the USSR for Israel and the U.S.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers (donor no. 209) were donated by Helen Hensleigh Wenger in 2006.
- Emma Barton-Norris
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