Louis Lerman papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains Louis Lerman's autobiography "The Book of Lerman" as well as news clippings, correspondence, and other materials highlighting the career of Louis Lerman.
- Lerman, Louis (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for use in the Elmer L. Andersen Library reading room.
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Biographical / Historical
Louis Lerman was a lawyer and leader in the Jewish community. Born in 1894 in Boston, he moved to St. Paul in 1916. He was active in Workmen's Circle, Postal Workers Credit Union, Group Health, Jewish Labor Committee and Minnesota Labor Committee for Human Rights. Due to his advocacy for American Indian rights he was adopted into the Ojibwe tribe in 1962. Lerman passed away in 1978.
0.40 Cubic Feet (1 Hollinger box)
This collection consists of autobiographical materials and personal papers of Louis Lerman, a local Jewish leader and lawyer.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated to the Jewish Historical Society of the Upper Midwest by Mildred Lerman Mastbaum in 1989.
- Louis Lerman papers, 1949-1978
- Erin Smerage
- October 2017
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