Jacob Filemann Letter
Scope and Content Note
This collection contains a letter written in Yiddish from Jacob Filemann to Myer Josephson of Reading, Penn. Filemann describes himself and asks Josephson for help with his son, Feibel, who is being sent to America as a "transport" after being arrested for petty thievery in London. Josephson and Filemann are evidently cousins from Jever in Oldenburg, Germany. Also included is a 1974 article about the letter.
- 1771, 1974
- Filemann, Jacob (Person)
- Josephson, Myer (Person)
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.25 Linear Feet
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A letter written in Yiddish from Jacob Filemann to Myer Josephson of Reading, Penn. Also includes 1974 article about the letter.
Collection is located in Consolidated Box P12.
Gift of the Elsie O. and Philip D. Sang Foundation 1979
- Guide to the Jacob Filemann Letter, 1771, 1974
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