Harold and Zelda Goldenberg Family papers
Scope and Contents
The collection consists primarily of Harold Goldenberg's letters to Zelda Goldberg while he was attending Harvard Law School, 1928-1931. Also includes Goldenberg family correspondence, 1928-1977; United Jewish Appeal bond sales, 1949-1970; correspondence with Chaim Weizmann, 1945-1948; and Goldenberg Chair at the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot, Israel.
Conditions Governing Access
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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Biographical / Historical
Harold Goldenberg and Zelda (Goldberg) Goldenberg were cousins who married in 1933. Harold was president of the Minneapolis Federation for Jewish Service from 1943-1946, and chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, 1945-1950. They were heavily involved in national Jewish life in the 1940s and then moved to the campus of the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot from 1949-1959. Harold helped launch the sale of the first Israel Bonds in the United States in 1952. The Harold and Zelda Goldenberg Professorial Chair was established in the Biology Department at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel and is held by Professor Yosef Yarden.
2.3 Cubic Feet (2 Paige boxes)
The collection consists primarily of Harold Goldenberg's letters to Zelda Goldberg while he was attending Harvard Law School, 1928-1931. Harold was president of the Minneapolis Federation for Jewish Service from 1943-1946, and chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, 1945-1950.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated to the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest in 2012 by Stephen Lieberman.
- Harold and Zelda Goldenberg Family papers, 1928-1977
- Patricia Vaillancourt
- April 28, 2017
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