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Letter from the Baltimore Young Men Relief Association and Ladies’ Auxiliary

Including an Extract from the Baltimore Sun on October 10, 1941

Joseph I Paper's letter is dated October 15, 1941 and the newspaper clipping is from October 10, 1941 by the same author. There is a handwritten, indistinguishable word under the Association's insignia.


[Baltimore Young Men Relief Association and Ladies’ Auxiliary letterhead]


At a meeting of the Baltimore Young Men Relief Association, held on the evening of October 8, 1941, at Brith Sholom Center, Baltimore, Maryland for the first time in its thirty year history of existence, it was unanimously resolved and adopted that those present, representing a membership of over 500 Jewish men and women, rise and in silence honor the glorious memory of Mr. Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis.

It was resolved that the family of Mr. Justice Brandeis be formally made known our deep feeling of this great man, American and Jew.

It was further passed that the wording, details and authority of within be in the discretion of Joseph I. Paper, Counsel; and accordingly, a copy of our counsel's published sentiments in the Baltimore Morning Sun, October 10, 1941, are included and incorporated herein.

Joseph I. Paper, Counsel.
514 Keyser Building
Baltimore, Maryland

CREATOR Joseph I. Paper
DATE Oct 10 and 15, 1941
LOCATION Baltimore, Maryland; Washington, D.C.
FORMAT Text (Letter and Article)
COLLECTION Louis Dembitz Brandeis Collection
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