Papers of I.M. Greenberg

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Correspondence and papers relating to the Jewish Chronicle, 1935-46; papers dealing with refugees, resettlement, on Palestine, Israel Aliya, United Zionist Revisionists and general Zionist matters, 1939-49; material relating to Shelach, Arab refugees, 1948-9, to Irgun and to Herut. General correspondence and notes, together with correspondence and material dealing with Jewish defence, anti-Semitism and associated subjects; army correspondence chiefly with M. Gollop and L. Rabinowitz; correspondence with M. Trau, Lord Nathan, Neville J. Laski, Leonard Stein, M. Gordon Liverman, Leonard Montefiore, H.H. Roskin, Sir R. Waley-Cohen, Florence Greenberg, L.Kostoris, D. Francis Kessler, Cecil Roth, South African Jewry, Anglo-Palestine Club, Joseph Leftwich, A.M.Hyamson, the Birmingham Jewish Recorder, and Maurice Rosette. Articles, lectures and pamphlets on Jewish subjects, submitted for publication in the Jewish Chronicle, c.1938-47 Newspaper cuttings, papers and letters relating to Palestine, 1946-9

Administrative / Biographical History

Papers of Ivan Marion Greenberg (1896-1966), editor of the Jewish Chronicle, 1936-46.

Conditions Governing Access

The Special Collections Division is available for anyone to use, regardless of whether you are attached to an academic institution. Access to the Archives and Manuscripts and Rare Books reading room, however, is by prior appointment to access the manuscript material. See our website for more details.

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