HHPL

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HHPLHalton Hills Public Library (Ontario, Canada)
HHPLHenry Henley Public Library (Indiana)
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(46.) Hoover to Frank, 24 June 1921, "Jews in Poland," Commerce Papers, HHPL.
(47.) Marshall to Hoover, 27 June 1921, "Jews in Poland," Commerce Papers, HHPL.
(50.) Royal Victor to Christian Herter, Secretary to Secretary of Commerce Hoover, 22 August 1921, "Joint Distribution Committee, 1921-22," Commerce Papers, HHPL.
Rosenberg to Herbert Hoover, 15 November 1927, "Jews 1922-28," Commerce Papers, HHPL: "I am obliged to give up my effort to find the appropriate words, so I just want to say this much, that in your brief address at that dinner, you made articulate, as no one else has done, the aims and philosophy of all these efforts to put the Jew on the soil and have him get his roots into the earth and become a producer."
(55.) Herbert Hoover to Julius Rosenwald, 13 February 1928, "Julius Rosenwald, 1921-28," Commerce Papers, HHPL. Rosenwald appreciated Hoover's words of praise.
Rosenberg to Herbert Hoover, 16 November 1927, "Correspondence, Louis Marshall," Commerce Papers, HHPL.
(62.) Puncturing the Protocols by the Weekly Review, 1921, "Jews 1922-28," Commerce Papers, HHPL.
Brown to Herbert Hoover, 9 December 1920, "American Committee on Rights of Religious Minorities in Europe, 1920-21," Pre Commerce Subject File, HHPL. Christian Herter, secretary to Hoover, to Arthur Brown, 18 December 1920, "American Committee on Rights of Religious Minorities in Europe, 1920-21," Pre Commerce Subject File, HHPL
Gordon, 28 February 1921, "American Committee on Rights of Religious Minorities in Europe, 1920-21," Pre Commerce Subject File, HHPL.
(78.) Hoover to Alexander Brin, editor of the Jewish Advocate, 15 September 1922, "Jews 1922-28," Commerce Papers, HHPL. See also Hoover's endorsement of Jewish contribution to American progress in The Jewish Times, 3 September 1926, Hoover Bible #629, HHPL.
HHPL. The non-Zionist German-Jewish elite in contact with Hoover could not have agreed more.
Name and Subject File I, HHPL. Radio Speech by Felix M.