Everett Goldstein collection

Language of Description
Alt. Identifiers
  • 1997.A.0224
Level of Description
  • English
EHRI Partner

Extent and Medium



Archival History

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


Funding Note: The cataloging of this collection has been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.

This collection belonged to the donor's father, Everett Goldstein who was the Executive secretary to the American Jewish Congress. The donor found this report among his personal belongings and mailed it to the Archives in July 1997.

Scope and Content

The Everett Goldstein collection consists of a 35 page typescript report entitled "Program of general measures of Relief and Rescue of Jews threatened with extermination by the enemy," made by the World Jewish Congress and submitted to the War Refugee Board in 1944 regarding measures and policies that should be enacted in order to help with Jewish refugees and victims of Nazi persecution. Also includes the program to a radio show made in May 9, 1943, entitled "The Truth About Refugees," on which Everett Goldstein was one of the panelists.

System of Arrangement

The Everett Goldstein collection is arranged in a single series.


Corporate Bodies


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