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Detroit (Mich.) -- Intellectual Life -- 20th Century

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

JCA: Philip Slomovitz Papers

 Collection
Identifier: UP001494
Abstract Philip Slomovitz, often referred to as the dean of Jewish-American journalists, had a prolific career. He founded The Jewish News in Detroit in 1942 and for almost fifty years used the paper as a vehicle to champion Jewish causes as well as promote amity among diverse peoples. He reported on many history-making events, both locally and internationally, keeping background files to aid him in his writings. It is these files and correspondence that make up the bulk of his papers.

Prismatic Club Records

 Collection
Identifier: UR001269
Abstract The Prismatic Club, a literary social club, was founded in Detroit in 1867. This collection includes administrative and officers’ files, minutes, newsletters and club event documents, as well as members’ presentations, publications and biographical forms. There are some photos and graphics, mainly cartoons and sketches by members. Photo negatives and slides of the club’s portrait collection and some events are in the Reuther Audiovisual Department.