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Harry Golden Papers - Pt. 2

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Golden (Harry) Papers - Pt. 2

Harry Golden papers - pt. 2
MS0020.2

Summary Information

Repository
J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte
Creator
Golden, Harry, 1902-1981
Title
Harry Golden papers - pt. 2
ID
MS0020.2
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1950-1981
Date [inclusive]
1944-1987
Extent
72.0 Linear feet
Language
English
Language of Materials note
Predominantly in English with some materials in Hebrew.
Abstract
Part two of papers of a journalist, best selling author, and civil libertarian. Consists chiefly of material generated as editor (1944-68) of the Charlotte-based Carolina Israelite but also documenting his involvement in the Democratic Party, the civil rights movement, and Jewish issues. Includes extensive correspondence files, manuscripts and research materials for books and articles, speeches, financial records, publications, and photographs.

Preferred Citation note

Harry Golden Papers (UNCC Mss 20, Pt. 2). J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

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Biographical/Historical note

Harry Lewis Golden was born Herschel Goldhirsch on May 6, 1902 to Leib and Anna Goldhirsch in the Austro Hungarian Empire. In 1905, the Goldhirsch family emigrated to Lower East Side of New York City. [The family name was Anglicized to Goldhurst by immigration officials.] Golden graduated from P.S. 20 elementary school in 1917 and from East Side Evening High School around 1920. He enrolled at the City College of New York, but left two years later without a degree. Between 1921 and 1929, he worked various jobs in New York and became a stockbroker. Golden married Genevieve Gallagher in 1926 and they had four sons: Richard (b. 1927), Harry Jr. (1927-1991), William (b. 1929), and Peter (1938-1957). In 1929, Golden’s brokerage firm declared bankruptcy and he was convicted for mail fraud and sentenced to 5 years in the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta. Following his parole in 1933, Golden wrote and sold advertising for The New York Daily Mirror and The New York Post. He moved to Norfolk in 1941 to work for The Norfolk Times Advocate, leaving shortly thereafter for Charlotte. From 1941 to 1944, Golden worked for the Charlotte Labor Journal and The Charlotte Observer. In 1942, he commissioned The Charlotte News to print the first issue of the Carolina Israelite, which had an initial circulation of 800. The following year he formed Southland Publishing Company with Henry Stalls and Martin Rywell to own and publish the Israelite and their venture operated from 1944 to 1949, when the company’s assets were transferred to the Henry Lewis Martin Publishing Company. Golden first met Carl Sandburg in 1948. In 1950, Golden wrote and published his first book, Jews in American History, with Martin Rywell. During the period 1956-57, Golden began popularizing his civil rights convictions through his articles in the Israelite on “vertical integration.” An accidental fire destroyed his offices in 1958, the same year in which he also released his first best seller, Only in America and his mail fraud conviction and prison sentence were revealed in The New York Herald Tribune. In 1960, Golden toured West Germany to study the status of Jews in that country. Two more tours followed in 1961: one to Israel to cover the Eichmann trial for Life and the other to South Korea. Declining health forced Golden to cease publication of the Israelite in 1968. President Richard M. Nixon pardoned him in 1974. Golden died in Charlotte on October 2, 1981.

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Scope and Contents note

The Harry Golden Papers comprise an extensive collection of materials reflecting the multi-faceted career of the author and civil libertarian. The collection’s emphasis is on Golden as editor and publisher of the Charlotte based Carolina Israelite (1942-68), a bi-monthly newspaper that liberally addressed political issues, Jewish and minority concerns, and the daily lives of the common individual from the perspective of an American Jew. The collection also reflects his career as best selling author, beginning with Only in America in 1958, and as spokesperson for civil rights and individual social liberty. These papers provide insight into personal journalism of the 20th century, as well as an appreciation of the political and social atmosphere of the South from the 1940s through the 1960s, particularly in relation to desegregation.

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Arrangement note

The collection has been arranged to maintain where possible Golden’s systems of arrangement and is organized primarily by types of material. Part Two of the Golden Papers is divided into twelve series:

Series: 1: Carl Sandburg (1943-86). 2: Correspondence (1909, 1913, 1937-81). 3: Literary Productions (1944-81, 1990). 4: Business Material (1955-81). 5: Printed Material (1888, 1952-76). 6: Speeches (1956-76). 7: Awards and Memorabilia (c.1961-74). 8: Indexes (c.1960-73). 9: Audiovisual Material (1944-99). 10: Financial Papers (1952-79). 11: Biographical, Family and Personal Papers (1937, 1941-89). 12: Photographs (1957-81).

Series 1, CARL SANDBURG, consists of materials Golden collected while writing an informal biography of his friend Sandburg (Carl Sandburg, World Publishing Company, 1961). Contains miscellaneous materials and newsclipping albums.

Series 2, CORRESPONDENCE, is divided into two subseries. The Subject Correspondence (Series 2.1) represents Golden’s filing system for those individuals and organizations with which he was most directly concerned. The General Correspondence (2.2) contains chronological files of correspondence related to subscription requests, responses to Golden’s writings, hate mail, and holiday and greeting cards.

Series 3, LITERARY PRODUCTIONS, is divided into five subseries. The Carolina Israelite Columns (3.1) contain copies of articles, drafts, galleys and letters to the editor for Golden’s newspaper, the Carolina Israelite. The Only in America Columns (3.2) contains copies of columns, drafts, and correspondence related to his syndicated column “Only in America.” Articles (3.3) contain materials related to and copies of articles written by Golden for various publications, including widely-reprinted titled articles, articles for various publications and organizations, and miscellaneous articles, contributions, reviews, and scripts. Books (3.4) contains materials related to many of Golden’s books published from 1958 through 1975, including correspondence, drafts, galley proofs, manuscripts, research materials, and reviews. Manuscripts (3.5) contains manuscripts submitted to Golden by other writers, including related correspondence.

Series 4, BUSINESS MATERIAL, contains assorted materials used to facilitate Golden’s various enterprises, including advertising, contracts and agreements, and correspondence with agents and syndicates.

Series 5, PRINTED MATERIAL, is divided into two sub-series. Newspaper Clippings/Scrapbooks (5.1) contain newspaper clippings and scrapbooks which primarily document Golden’s writing and activities as a civil libertarian. The newspaper clippings contain copies of his Only in America column, articles, reviews, and statements by Golden, articles documenting his activities, and files dealing with various civil liberties issues and political figures. The scrapbooks document Golden’s authorship and civil liberties activities. Miscellaneous Publications (5.2) contain various miscellaneous publications, including items dealing with Jewish culture.

Series 6, SPEECHES, is divided into four subseries. Public Speeches (6.1) contain speeches by Golden on various issues. Radio and Television (6.2) contains materials related to Golden’s appearances on radio and television programs. Correspondence with Agents (6.3) contains correspondence with agents regarding Golden’s speech tours, and Itineraries (6.4) contain records and correspondence related to his speech tours.

Series 7, AWARDS AND MEMORABILIA, contains awards, medallions collected by Golden, and miscellaneous personal items.

Series 8, INDEXES, contains a series of indexes documenting Golden’s writing, research, personal contacts, articles, books, columns, quotes, reviews, speeches and appearances, and an index to books in Golden’s personal library.

Series 9, AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS, contains four microfilm reels of The Carolina Israelite (1944-68); nine microfilm reels of Golden’s columns, speeches, and correspondence; five videotapes, including “A Glass of Warmth,” “World of Harry Golden,” “They Entered the Golden Door,” “The Golden Touch” and “Anita Brown’s documenting of Harry Golden on 8th St.”; two metal film canisters containing the films “Glass of Warmth” and “World of Harry Golden”; one audiotape containing “Whispering Hope” and “Drowsy Waters”; one audiotape to Harry Golden from “Jarrett” of Central Piedmont Community College; and one cassette audiotape, “Israel.”

Series 10, FINANCIAL PAPERS, contains records documenting Golden’s personal and business financial affairs, including deposit journals, financial statements, legal papers, and tax records.

Series 11, BIOGRAPHICAL, FAMILY AND PERSONAL PAPERS, contains papers primarily related to Golden’s personal affairs, including biographical materials, family correspondence, and legal papers.

Series 12, PHOTOGRAPHS, contains a photographic album presented to Golden by the Pak Ai Orphanage in Korea; a photographic album presented to Golden by Dick Stalley and Greg Villet of Time magazine; images used (and not used) in his book, The Greatest Jewish City in the World; and photographs of Golden engaged in a variety of activities.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections, UNC Charlotte

9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC, 28223
704-687-1170
spec-coll@uncc.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

Some material may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the patron's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections.

Conditions Governing Use note

Richard Goldhurst serves as literary executor of Harry Golden. For permission to publish material by Carl Sandburg, rights must be secured from the Sandburg Family Trust. See collection folder for additional information. For authors of other materials in this collection, copyright may be retained by the authors or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. It is the sole responsibility of users of this collection to observe all copyright laws, permissions and restrictions applicable to the materials contained in the collection.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Gifts of Harry Golden Jr., Richard Goldhurst, William Goldhurst, 1982-83, 1991; Elizabeth and Sanford Rosenthal, 1983; Anita Brown, 1991, 1993-94.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Fred D. Alexander Papers (UNCC Manuscript 94). Kelly Alexander Papers (UNCC Manuscript 55). C. A. McKnight Papers (UNCC Manuscript 132). Boyd E. Payton Papers (UNCC Manuscript 71). Morris Speizman Papers (UNCC Manuscript 82). Harry Golden Exhibit, UNC Charlotte: a permanent exhibit of Harry Golden memorabilia is on display in the Dalton Rare Book & Manuscript Room in the J. Murrey Atkins Library. Includes a bust and etching of Golden, a desk and typewriter, and awards, books, and photographs. Harry Golden Papers, Carolina Room, Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.

Harry Golden Theatre Programs (UNCC Manuscript ___)

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Golden, Harry, 1902-1981

Subject(s)

  • Authors, American
  • Jews--North Carolina
  • Journalists, American

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Bibliography

Titles of items in collection

1950: Jews in American History with Martin Rywell.

1954: Jewish Roots in the Carolinas.

1958: Only in America.

1959: For 2 Cents Plain.

1960: Enjoy, Enjoy!

1961: Carl Sandburg.

1962: Five Boyhoods with Walt Kelly, Howard Lindsay, John Updike, and William Zinsser. Martin Levin, editor. You’re Entitle’. The Harry Golden Omnibus.

1963: Forgotten Pioneer.

1964: Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes.

1965: So What Else is New?.

1966: Ess, Ess, Mein Kindt.

1967: The Best of Harry Golden.

1969: The Right Time.

1970: So Long as You’re Healthy.

1971: The Israelis.

1972: The Golden Book of Jewish Humor. The Greatest Jewish City in the World.

1973: Travels Through Jewish America with Richard Goldhurst.

1974: Our Southern Landsmen.

1975: Long Live Columbus.

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Collection Inventory

 Series 1 Carl Sandburg 

Box

 Robbin, Maurice Bust of Sandburg 1968 

Scope and Contents note

Chipped bust of Carl Sandburg by Maurice Robbin dated 1968 on back of work. The bronze-finished plaster head is about 12 inches high and 9 inches wide.

94

Miscellaneous Materials 1963-1986 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 1
    Tube
Mixed materials   2

Scope and Contents note

Includes photostatic copies from various sources used in research on Sandburg, especially his socialist views. There is also a membership card to the NAACP.

Box Folder

Newsclippings Album 1943-1945 

1 2

Newsclippings Album 

Scope and Contents note

(photocopies)

1 3-4

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 Series 2 Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

This series is divided into five sub series: Subject Correspondence (2.1), General Correspondence (2.2), Letters to the Editor (2.3), Arrangements for Articles (2.4), and Arrangements For Speeches (2.5).

 Series 2.1 Subject Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains correspondence and related material arranged alphabetically by name of individual or organization or by subject. Arrangement maintains, with minor modifications, Golden’s system of subject classification. Subjects reflect people, organizations, and topics with which Golden was most directly concerned, primarily Jewish affairs and civil rights.

Box Folder

Abernethy, George 1961-1980 

1 5

Academy of American Poets 1962-1963 

1 6

Adams, Harriett 1963 

1 7

Adams, Joey 1963, 1969 

1 8

Adler, Bill 1968 

1 9

Africa--Correspondence 1961-1964 

59 1

Africa--Magazine Articles and Pamphlets 1960-1963 

1 10

Africa--U.S. Government and State Dept. 1961-1966 

1 11

Afro-American Culture 1974 

1 12

Agarwal, Prem 1970 

1 13

Agronsky, Martin 1963-1966 

1 14

Airline Passengers Association 1969-1971 

1 15

Airways Club, Inc. 1961-1962 

1 16

Al Paul Lefton Co., Inc. 1958-1959 

1 17

All-American Family Search 1972 

59 2

Alexander, Fred 1964-1980 

1 18

Alexander, Kelly 

1 18b

Alfieri, Nicky 1965-1967 

1 19

Allaston, Dorothy 1974-1975 

1 20

Allen, Steve 1959-1961 

1 21

America--General 1960-1961 

1 22

American Israel Society 1958-1964 

1 23

American Association for the United Nations 1961 

1 24

American Association of Criminology 1961-1965 

1 25

American Christian Association for Israel 1963 

1 26

American Civil Liberties Union 1965-1972 

1 27

American Council for Nationalities Service 1963-1964 

1 28

American Federation of Labor 1959-1964 

1 29

American Friends of the Hebrew University 1964-1968 

1 30

American Friends Service Committee 1953-1967 

1 31

American Indians 1962-1963 

1 32

American Jewish Archives 1966 

1 33

American Jewish Committee 1957-1976 

1 34

American Jewish Committee--Abram, Morris 1964-1966 

1 35

American Jewish Committee--Articles 1954-1968 

59 3

American Jewish Committee--Engle, Irving M. 1954-1974 

1 36-39

American Jewish Committee--Engle, Irving M.--Articles, Speeches and Press Releases 1955-1959, 1969 

59 4

American Jewish Committee--Pamphlets 1954-1964 

1 40

American Jewish Congress--Articles 1957-1976 

1 41

American Jewish Congress--Correspondence 1956-1976 

1 42

American Jewish Historical Society 1962-1968 

1 43

American Jewish League for Israel 1974 

1 44

American Jewish Museum of Art and Culture 1969 

1 45

American Judaism 1959-1963 

1 46

American Library Service 1960-1975 

1 47

American Medical Association 1961-1965 

59 5

American Israeli Shipping Company 1964 

1 48

Americans For Biafran Relief 1969-1971 

1 49

Americans For Children's Relief 1969-1970 

1 50

Americans For Democratic Action 1967 

1 51

Angoff, Charles 1954-1955, 1962-1966 

1 52

Annie Laurie Williams, Inc. 1958-1963 

1 53

Anti-Catholic Articles, Newspaper Clippings 1960-1963 

1 54

Anti-Communist Articles, Newspaper Clippings 1959-1962 

1 55

Anti-Defamation League 1954-1975 

2 1-3

Anti-Negro and Hate Mail 1958-1963 

2 4

Antioch Press 1962-1963 

2 5

Anti-Semitism and Hate Mail 1940-1963, undated 

2 6-9
Box

Anti-Semitism--Publications 1944-1966 

77
Box Folder

Arab Refugees 

2 10

Arabs 1966 

2 11

Arendt, Hannah 1961-1963 

2 12

Arendt, Hannah--Newspaper Clippings 

80 1

Artistic Form Co. 1961-1963 

2 13

Ash, Monty 1967-1968 

59 6

Asheville Citizen 1962-1965 

2 14

Ashmore, Harry--Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions 1965-1969 

2 15

Aslet, Thomas (Mrs.) 1958-1964 

2 16

Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, Inc. 1968 

2 17

Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution 1959-1966 

2 18

Aufbau 1958-1966 

2 19

Australia 1958-1969 

59 7

Authors Guild 1958-1959, 1971-1974 

2 20

Awards 1957-1979 

2 21

Awards--Emmy for the Greatest Jewish City in the World 1973-1974 

2 22

Awards--Golden Slipper Club 1973-1974 

2 23

Awards--Harry Golden Day 1969 

2 24

Awards--Harry Golden Lecture Series at UNC Charlotte 1969-1973 

2 25

Awards--Isabella Geriatric Center 1969 

2 26

Awards--North Carolina Award in Literature 1979 

2 27

Bacon, Emery F. 1962 

2 28

Baggs, William 1965-1969 

2 29

Baha’I 1945-1948 

2 30

Baker, Ruth 1969-1973 

2 31

Baldwin, John 1962-1963 

2 32

Barber Scotia College 1967-1973 

2 33-34

Barkas, Janet 1974 

2 35

Barram, S. A. 1974 

59 8

Barry, Richard H. 1963 

2 36

Baruch, Bernard 1947, 1950-1965 

2 37-38

Beacon Press 1958-1963 

2 39

Beame, Abraham D. 1974 

2 40

Beatty, Francis J. 

2 40b

Belk Brothers 1962, 1969 

2 41

Bell, Holly Mack 1955-1972 

2 42

Bell, Spencer 1961-1968 

2 43

Belmont Abbey College 1956-1981 

2 44-45

Ben Ami, Rabbi 1965 

2 46

Bentley, Wilmer 1967-1980 

2 47

Berkowitz, Rabbi William 1960-1962, 1969-1973 

3 1

Berlin, Irving 1962-1976 

3 2

Bernstein, Mark 1968 

3 3

Bernstein, Rabbi Philip S. 1964-1973 

3 4

Bernstein, Sally 1971 

3 5

Bettmann Archives 1972-1974 

3 6

Bicentennial 1976 1974-1975 

3 7

Birnn, Alma 1962 

3 8

Bishop, Jim 1969 

3 9

Black Cat Press 1961-1962 

3 10

Black, Hugo L. 1962-1971 

3 11

Blitch, Iris 1961 

3 12

Block, Herbert 1960-1961 

3 13

Blue Star Camp 1965 

3 14

Blumberg, Allen 1961-1967 

3 15

Blumenthal, I.D. 1947-1949 

3 16

Books--Ten Greatest 1961 

3 17

Boss of the Year 1961 

3 18

Boston University 1964-1965 

3 19

Bowen, Margaret 1962-1981 

3 20-25

Boxer, Karl 1964-1965 

3 26

Boyd, Ty--WBTV 1962-1974 

3 27

Boyle, Sarah P. 1958-1964 

3 28

Braden, Carl and Anne 1958-1959 

3 29

Braille Transcription 1959 

3 30

Brice, Elizabeth 1964 

3 31

Brinkley, David--NBC 1962-1965 

3 32

Brith Abraham--Bhai Zion 1983 

86 2

Broach, Claude 1964, 1969 

3 33

Brookshire, Stanford R. 1962-1969 

3 34

Broughton, J. Melville 1944-1949 

59 9

Brown, Anita 1972-1974 

3 35

Brown, Anita--English #190 Coursework 1969 

85 12

Brown, Chester A. 1951 

3 36

Brown, Edward H. 1953, 1962-1964 

3 37

Brown, Hazel 1968-1970 

59 10

Brown, Pat--Campaign Materials 1962-1966 

3 38

Brown, Pat--Campaign Materials 1966 

59 11

Brownell & Staff 1974 

3 39

Bryan, Charles V. 1954-1957 

3 40

Bryan, G. McLeod 1958 

3 41

Bubble Gum Letters From Students (1963-1964, 1966) 

3 42

Buckley, William F. (1962-1963, 1966) 

3 43

Buckley, William F.--Articles and News Clippings 

59 12

Buffalo, Charles Barth 1960-64, 1971-73 

3 44

Bullers, Elizabeth 1974 

3 45

Burke, Alan (1960-66, 1969) 

3 46

Burke, Alan 1964 

59 13

Burkhalter, Dave--Charlotte City Manager 1971 

3 47

Busing 1971-1972 

3 48

Busing--Congressional Record 1972 

59 14

Byrnes, James 1946-1957 

3 49

Califano, Joseph--Special Assistant to President Johnson 1966-1968, undated 

3 50

Canaan Dogs 1966-1974 

3 51-55

Canaan Dogs--Articles, Correspondence and Flyers 1966-1974 

59 15

Cannon, Charles A. 1954-1962 

3 56

Cannon Mills circa 1960 

59 16

Cannon, Bishop James, Jr.--Affadavit 1937 

65 10

Cannon, Richard 1969 

59 17

Cantor, Eddie 1960-1963 

3 57

Capital Punishment 1956-1962 

3 58

Capital Punishment 1964-1969 

59 18

Caple, Horace B. 1968-1969 

3 59

Capp, Al 1966 

3 60

Career Girl 1966 

3 61

Carl Sandburg Junior High--Pennant 

80 2

Carswell, Guy 1962 

3 62

Carter, Jimmy 1975-1977 

3 63

Carter, Jimmy 1975-1977 

59 19

Casablance (Mme. Mazaltarian) 1964 

3 64

Cash, John (1962-65, undated) 

3 65

Catholic Interracial Council 1962-1964 

3 66

Catholics 1954-1963 

3 67

Catholics--Articles 1955-1963 

59 20

Catholics--Newspaper Clippings 

80 3

CBS Radio and Television 1960-1969 

3 68

Celler, Emanuel, Congressman 1964-1966 

3 69

Censorship--Article 1954 

59 21

Central Piedmont Community College--Creative Writing Class 1969-1973 

3 70-72

Central Piedmont Community College--Library 1967-1977 

4 1

Cervantes/Shakespeare 1964 

4 2

Channels 1964-1965 

4 3

Charlotte 1966-1974 

4 4

Charlotte--Bombings 1965 

4 5

Charlotte Chamber of Congress 1955-1962 

4 6

Charlotte Citizens Council undated 

4 7

Charlotte Community Art Center 1968-1970 

4 8

Charlotte Community College System 1960-1961 

59 22

Charlotte Community College System 1960-1961 

4 9

Charlotte Federation of Jewish Charities 1962-1968 

4 10

Charlotte Hospital Integrity 1962 

4 11

Charlotte Model Neighborhood Commission 1970 February 2 

4 11b

Charlotte News (1952-73, undated) 

4 12

Charlotte Observer (1962-80, undated) 

4 13-15

Charlotte Opera 1972-1973 

4 16

Charlotte Police Department (1969, 1974) 

4 17

Charlotte Post Office 1963-1964 

4 18

Charlotte Public Library 1960-1976 

4 19

Charlotte Public Schools (1955-56, 1966-72) 

4 20

Charlotte Schools (1952-56, 1970-72) 

4 21

Charlotte Schools 1954-1955 

59 23

Charlotte Symphony 1973-1974 

4 22

Charlotte Urban League 1969-1970 

4 23

Charlotte Writer's Club 1962-1965 

4 24

Chatterton, Thomas undated 

4 25

Chicago Sun Times 1973 

4 26

Chicago Tribune 1958-1966 

4 27

China (1909, 1961-63) 

4 28

Christian Bros. Winery 1971 

4 29

Christianity (1958, undated) 

4 30

Churchill, Winston 

4 31

Churchill, Winston--Newspaper Clippings 

80 4

Citizen's Committee for International Development 1961 

4 32

Citizen's Committee for International Development 1961 

59 24

City of Hope 1963-1968 

4 33

Civil Rights 1959-1963 

4 34-35

Civil Rights--Reports 1960-1964 

59 25

Civil War 1961 

59 26

Clark, Catherine 1958 

4 36

Clark, David 1952 

59 27

Clark, Ramsey 1970-1974 

4 37

Clark, Septima 1962 

4 38

Clemens, Cyril--Mark Twain Journal 1968-1973 

4 39

Cleveland Press 1964 

4 40

Coffey, Babette 1970 

4 41

Cohen, Gabriel [editor, Jewish Post] 1963-1980 

4 42-43

Cohen, H.E.--H.E. Cohen Company (1962-77, undated) 

4 44-45

Cohen, Mickey 1963-1965 

59 28

Collins, Leroy 1960 

4 46

Commentary (1963, 1965-66, 1968) 

4 47

Communism 1955-1962 

4 48

Communism--Magazine and Newspaper Clippings 

80 5

Compton and Company 1963 

4 49

Cone, Bonnie--Charlotte College (1962 63, 1972-75) 

4 50

Congress Bi Weekly 1958-1972 

4 51

Congress of Racial Equality 1962-1964 

4 52

Conservatism (1959, 1960-63) 

4 53

Considine, Bob--Article undated 

4 54

Consulate of israel 1972 

4 55

Converts (1953, 1956) 

4 56

Cookbook (1958, 1963-75) 

4 57

Cooper, Frank 1959-1962 

4 58

Cornell University 1963 

4 59

Council on Leaders and Specialists 1964-1966 

4 60

Cousins, Archbishop Norman 1972 

4 61

Cox, Larry--Poetry 1962-1963 

4 62

Cranford, Wilson 1961 

4 63

Craven, J. Braxton [Judge] 1964-1973 

4 64

Craven, J. Braxton [Judge] (1964-65, 1972) 

59 29

Crawford and Conover, Inc. 1965 

59 30

Creger, Ralph C. 1960-1965 

4 65

Crile, Helga 1966-1974 

4 66

Crisis (1957, 1962-63) 

4 67

Crutchfield, Charles 1961-1966 

4 68

Cuba 1960-1969 

4 69

Culick, Rose 1965 

59 31

Curtis Brown, Ltd. 1974-1977 

4 70

Dag Hammarskjold Fellowship 1962-1965 

4 71

Danger, Marre 1966-1967 

4 72

Daniels, Jonathan--News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. (1948-56, 1961-67) 

4 73

Daniels, Josephus 1945-1948 

4 74

Dann, Sol 1964-1974 

59 32

Darrow, Clarence 1957 

4 75

Davidson College (1955-57, 1959) 

4 76

Davis, Aaron W. 1966 

5 1

Davis, B. Dale 

5 1b

Davis, Burke 1953-1966 

60 1

Davis, Jerome 1962-1968 

5 2

Davis, Sara 1971 

5 3

Davis, Vachel 1963-1966 

5 4

Dayan, Yael 1956-1957 

5 5

DeBoer, Hans 1966 

60 2

De Sola Pool 1970-1974 

60 3

Dead Sea Scrolls 1955-1957 

5 6

Deasy, Miriam 1964 

5 7

Debs, Eugene V. 1962-1974 

5 8

Democratic Party 1964 

5 10

Democratic National Committee (1960, 1968-72) 

5 9

Denman, Nathaniel A. 1963 

60 4

Denmark 1960-1965 

5 11

Deputy 1963-1964 

5 12

Detroit Free Press 1956-1965 

5 13

Dial Press 1964-1966 

5 14

Di Salle, Mike 1962 

5 15

Doar, Harriet (1962-69, undated) 

5 16

Dodsworth, Russell (1969-73) 

5 17

Dominican Republic (1960) 

5 18

Dorf, Michael (1963) 

5 19

Dorn, Piroska (1971) 

5 20

Douglas, William O. 1963-1975 

5 21

Drinan, Robert F. (1970-75) 

5 22

Drinan, Robert F. (1970-75) 

60 5

Drug Addicts (1962) 

60 6

Duke University Medical Center (1970) 

5 23

Dunn, James A. C. (1969) 

5 24

Dunning, Dr. E. J.--Article undated 

5 25

East, P. D. (1959-71, n.d.) 

5 26

East Side (1958-63, 1969, n.d.) 

5 27

Easter, Pauline (1966-74) 

5 28

Eastern Airlines (1961-75) 

5 29

Economic Progress, Conference on (1967-68) 

5 30

Edgerton, Chester L. (1971-74) 

5 31

Edgerton, Chester L. (1970) 

60 7

Editorials, Humorous 

5 32

Edmisten, Rufus L. (1974-75) 

5 33

Edmisten, Rufus L. (1974-75) 

60 8

Education (1961-64) 

5 34

Educational Alliance (1956-62) 

5 35

Educational Heritage, Inc. (1964) 

5 36

Edward H. Weiss and Co.--Mogen David Wine (1965) 

5 37

Ehrenfeld, Akiba (1958-59) 

5 38

Eichmann, Adolf (1960-63, n.d.) 

5 39-43

Eichmann, Adolf (1960-61) 

60 9-10

Eichmann, Adolf--Trial--Articles by Golden 

80 6

Einstein, Albert (1973) 

5 44

Eisenhower, Dwight D. (1951-53) 

60 11

Eisenman, Abram (Abe)  (1959-65) 

5 45

El Al Airlines (1959-67, 1974) 

5 46

Elkin Labor Fuss (Heaton, George D.) (1955-58) 

5 47

Elysium Inc. (1965-66) 

5 48

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (1959-63) 

5 49

Emma Lazarus Committee (1968-70) 

5 50

Encyclopedia Britannica (1968-70) 

5 51

Engel, Irving (1958-78) 

5 52

England (1952-68) 

5 53-54

England (1959) 

60 12

Engle, Nathan (1969) 

5 55

Ernst, Morris (1958-62) 

5 56

Eros (1962-66) 

5 57

Europe (1960-67) 

5 58

Fact Magazine (1963-66) 

5 59

Family Health (1913) 

5 60

Farley, James A. (1965) 

5 61

Farrar, Ann--RFK Memorial Foundation (1968-69) 

5 62

Federal Aid to Education 

5 63

Federal Bureau of Investigation (1959-62) 

6 1

Federation of Jewish Charities (1959-64) 

6 2

Fettner, Ann (1978) 

6 3

Fiedler, Leslie (1963) 

6 4

Findlater, Bob (1972-74) 

6 5

Fire Letters (1958) 

6 6

Fishman, Joel (1972) 

6 7

Fleeson, Doris (1961-63) 

6 8

Fluoridation (1962-67) 

6 9

Focus (1972-73) 

6 10

Focus/Midwest (1961-64) 

6 11

Folk Singers (1963) 

6 12

Fontaine, Joan (n.d.) 

6 13

Ford, Gerald R. (1965, 1974) 

6 14

Foreign Correspondence (1963-66) 

6 15

Four Freedoms Award (1966-67) 

6 16

France (n.d.) 

6 17

Frank, Jerry (1968-75) 

6 18

Freedom Riders (1962) 

6 19

Freeman, Samuel D. (1957-61) 

6 20

Friars National Association (1958) 

6 21

Friedman, George 

6 21b

Friendly Visitors Inc. (1960-61) 

6 22

Fromer, Paul (1963) 

6 23

Fuhrman, Harry (n.d.) 

6 24

Funk and Wagnalls (1967-68) 

6 25

Furness, Betty (1961-62) 

6 26

Gamzey, Robert (1954-66) 

6 27

Gannett Newspapers (1980) 

6 28

Ganz, Sylvia (1969) 

6 29

Gary, Kays (1958-71) 

6 30

Gaynor, Mayor (1960-61, 1981) 

6 31

Geiger, George (1948, 1954-80) 

6 32

General Artists Corp. (1961-64) 

6 33

George Henry Foundation (1961-63) 

6 34

Gerald, Mark (Mrs.)--Shalom Statue (1966) 

6 35

Gerber, Rabbi Israel J. (1959-73) 

6 36

Germany (1958-66) 

6 37-38

Germany--Articles on Jews (1960) 

6 39

Gilbert, L. Wolfe (1962-72) 

6 40

Gill, Edwin (1959) 

60 13

Gilligan, Mike (1961-62) 

6 41

Gilston, Richard (1962-66) 

6 42

Glamour (1963) 

6 43

Glen's Custom Tailors, Hong Kong (1968-69) 

6 44

Gluck, Herb--Nimbus Productions (1969, 1974) 

60 14

Goldberg, Arthur (1962-67) 

6 45

Goldburg, Rabbi (1969) 

6 46

Golden, Harry--Fan Club (1966-75, n.d.) 

6 47

Golden, Harry --Golden Club Award Charlotte Writers (1971-72) 

6 48

Golden, Harry--Requests for His Papers (1963-73) 

6 49

Goldenberg, Susan (1980-81) 

60 15

Goldsboro News Argus (1959-60) 

6 50

Goldstein, Israel (1958-75) 

6 51

Goldwater, Barry (1964) 

6 52

Gomme, Laurence (1964-66) 

6 53

Gomperts, Robert (1962) 

6 54

Goodman, Arthur 

6 54b

Gordon, Eugene--The Robeson Story (n.d.) 

60 16

Gordon, Jack--Miami Beach Herald (1971-72) 

6 55

Gould, Dan (1962, 1964) 

6 56

Grace, Eugene V. (1968-69) 

6 57

Graham, Billy (1958-66, 1971, 1973) 

6 58

Graham, Frank Porter (1946-72) 

6 59-63

Graham, Frank Porter (1960) 

60 17

Graham, Frank Porter--Newspapers, Election Flyers 

80 7

Grand Street Boys Association (1958-68) 

6 64

Greater Charlotte Dance Guild (1970-71) 

6 65

Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) 

6 66

Greenky, Lewis A. (1964-65) 

6 67

Greenbaum, Maurice (1959-64) 

6 68

Greensboro Daily News (1974) 

6 69

Greensboro Chamber of Commerce (n.d.) 

6 70

Greenville Kiwanis Club (1960) 

7 1

Grey Culbreth School (1970) 

7 2

Gross, Alfred (1962-73) 

7 3

Grossinger, Jennie (1966) 

7 4

Grossinger's (1963-67) 

7 5

Grove Press (1962-65) 

7 6

Guggenheim, Charles (1964-65) 

7 7

Guttmann, Fredrick (1967-68) 

7 8

Haefner, Ruth (1958, 1963-65) 

7 9

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel (1925-26, 1951, 1956-60, 1969) 

7 10-12
Box Folder

Haldeman-Julius, Sue (1951-56, 1968-69, n.d.) 

7 13

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel (1951) 

60 18

Haldeman-Julius, Emanuel--The American Freeman 

80 8

Hall, Grace (1972-74) 

7 14

Handwriting, Analysis of Golden's (1966-69) 

7 15

Harris, Bernice K. (1954-64, n.d.) 

7 17

Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc. (1958-64) 

7 16

Harris, Bernice K. (1954-64, n.d.) 

7 17

Hart, Clementina (1960-62) 

7 18

Hart, Philip A. (1961-74) 

7 19

Hartford Courant (1964) 

7 20

Hartley, W. D. (1966) 

7 21

Hasty, Charles (1973) 

7 22

Haun, Declan (1964) 

7 23

Hawaii, Trip to (1960-61) 

7 24

Hawkins, Reginald (1962-68) 

7 25

Hearne, C. L. (Mrs.) (1970) 

7 26

Heart News Bureau (1964) 

7 27

Heart Disease (n.d.) 

7 28

Hebrew Culture Service Commission (1962-65) 

7 29

Hecht, Ben (1961-62) 

7 30

Hecht, Rabbi Michael (1962-69) 

7 31

Hell's Kitchen (1979-80) 

7 32

Helms, Fred (1962-66, 1973-74) 

7 33

Helms, Jesse (1981) 

7 34

Henderson, Archibald (1950, 1955-61) 

7 35

Henderson, David--Poems (n.d.) 

60 19

Henry, George (1951-71, 1977-78) 

7 36

Henschel, George (1974-75) 

7 37

Highlander Center (1958-63, 1968) 

7 38-39

Highlander Center (1957-59) 

60 20

Hillside Press (1964-65) 

7 40

Hiroko (1967-78) 

7 41

Hirschman, Ira (1963-66) 

7 42

Hobby, Wilbur--Governor's Camp of 1972 (1972) 

7 43

Hodges, Luther H. (1957-61) 

7 44

Hodges, Luther H.--Desegration (1956, 1963) 

60 21

Hoffner, Eric 

7 45

Hoffman Publications (1967) 

7 46

Holiday Magazine (1959-62) 

7 47

Homosexuals (1961-68) 

7 48-49

Homosexuals--Magazine Clippings 

80 9

Hoover, Herbert (1945) 

7 50

Horwitz, Simon (1960-62, 1966, 1967, 1976, 1977) 

7 51

House Committee on UnAmerican Activities (1961-62) 

7 52

Houston, Barton Jr. (1971) 

7 53

Houston, George P. (1958-65) 

7 54

Houston, Noel (1954-59) 

7 55

Houston, Paul (1963-65) 

7 56

Hoyle, Bernadette W. (1963) 

7 57

Hudson Fulton Medal (1959-60) 

7 58

Humphrey, Hubert H. (1960-78) 

7 59-65

Humphrey, Hubert H. (1964-74) 

60 23

Hunt, A. Bruce (1963) 

60 24

Hunt, Jim (1972-80) 

7 66

Huntley, Martha (1962-75) 

7 67

Huntley, Martha (1962-75) 

60 25

Hurst, Fannie (1954-62) 

7 68

Hypoglycemia (1971) 

60 26

Iberia Airlines (1963) 

7 69

Immigration (1964-65) 

7 70

India (1959-68) 

7 71

Indiana State College (1963-64) 

7 72

Indiana University Press (1961-63) 

7 73

Institute for American Democracy (1970-71) 

8 1

Integration (1958-61) 

8 2

International Board of Jewish Missions (1964) 

8 3

International Film Properties, Inc. (1968-69) 

8 4

International institute of Arts and Letters (1961) 

8 5

International Ladies Garment Workers Union (1959-64) 

8 6

International Platform Association (1963-64) 

60 27

Invitations (1969-74, undated) 

86 1

Israel--Addresses (1962-72, n.d.) 

8 7

Israel--Addresses (1962-72) 

60 28

Israel--Articles and Flyers (1957-73, n.d.) 

8 8

Israel--Articles and Flyers (1957-73) 

60 29

Israel--Correspondence (1955-73, n.d.) 

8 9-16

Israel--Correspondence (1955-73, n.d.) 

60 30

Israel--Magazine and Newspaper Clippings 

80 10

Israel--Magazine Articles (1960-68, n.d.) 

8 17

Israel--Reports and Pamphlets (1955-72, n.d.) 

8 18-20

Ivey, George M. (1950-67) 

8 21

Jackson, Henry "Scoop" (1974-76) 

8 22

Jackson, Henry "Scoop" (1974-76) 

60 31

Jahn's Restaurant--Menu (n.d.) 

61 1

Japan (1961-66) 

8 23

Jarrell, Dwight--Telegram (n.d.) 

8 24

Javits, Jacob K. (1962-68, 1974) 

8 25

Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company (1957-61) 

8 26

Jenkins, Jay (1955-57, 1962-64) 

8 27

Jerome, Alice (1962) 

8 28

Jessel, George (1959-63) 

8 29
Box Drawer

Jesus and the Jews (1960-63) 

8 30
Box Folder

Jewish Chronicles (1966-68, 1976) 

8 31

Jewish Conciliation Board of America (1960-75) 

8 32-33

Jewish Court (1938) 

8 34

Jewish Currents (1962) 

8 35

Jewish Daily Forward (1958, 1967-68) 

8 36

Jewish Digest (1955-69) 

8 37

Jewish Encyclopedia (1959-60) 

8 38

Jewish Exponent (1958-60) 

8 39

Jewish Groups (1961) 

8 40

Jewish Heritage Foundation (1962-64) 

8 41

Jewish Identity League (1971) 

61 2

Jewish Information Bureau (1957-63) 

8 42

Jewish Information Society (1961) 

8 43

Jewish Labor (1958) 

8 44

Jewish Labor Committee (1961-65, 1972) 

8 45

Jewish News (1964, 1972-73) 

8 46

Jewish Publication Society of America (1962-65) 

8 47

Jewish Welfare Board (1965-68) 

8 48

Jewish World (1964-65) 

8 49

Jews, About (1956-63, 1974-77, n.d.) 

8 50

Jews--Germany (1961-62) 

8 51

Jews--Germany--Newspaper Clippings 

80 11

Jews, Southern (1962, n.d.) 

8 52

John Birch Society (1961-66) 

61 3

John Birch Society--Newspaper Clippings 

80 12

John Twenty Third International Institute (1969) 

8 53

John Wilkes Booth Society (1962) 

8 54

Johnson, Lyndon Baines (1960-70) 

8 55

Johnson, Lyndon Baines (1960-70) 

61 4

Johnson-Humphrey Campaign (1964) 

8 56

Johnson-Humphrey Campaign (1964) 

61 5

Jonas, Charles R. (1947, 1952-70) 

9 1-2

Jonas, Charles R. (1956-62) 

61 6

Jonas, Charles R.--Newspaper Clippings 

80 13

Jones, Charles (1960) 

9 3

Jones, Gary (1976-77) 

9 4

Jones, Neil (1971-72) 

9 5

Jones, Paul (1968-69, n.d.) 

9 6

Jones, Robert L. (1963-64) 

9 7

Jordan, B. Everett (1962, 1972) 

9 8

Judgment at Nuremburg (1961-62) 

9 9

Judgment at Nuremburg (1961-62) 

61 7

Justice, James Jr. (1963) 

9 10

Kallen, Horace M. (1954-62, 1970) 

9 11

Kallen, Horace M. (1971) 

61 8

Kanakos, Jimmy (1964) 

9 12

Kapen, Ben (1961-63) 

9 13

Kaplan, Kivie (1961-75) 

9 14-16

Kaplan, Kivie (1967-72) 

61 9

Kaplan, Sy (1965) 

9 17

Kask, Eleanor (1965-69) 

9 18

Keedick, Robert--Keedick Lecture Bureau (1974) 

9 19

Kellerman, Joseph L. (1962-66) 

9 20

Kelly, Betsy 1970-1971 

9 21

Keltner, Velda (1967-69) 

9 22

Keltner, Velda (1967-69) 

61 10

Kende, Elizabeth (1963-68) 

9 23

Kennedy, John F. (1959-68) 

9 24-29

Kennedy, John F. (1964) 

61 11

Kennedy, John F.--Magazine and Newspaper Clippings 

81 1

Kennedy, John Pressly (1963-65) 

9 30

Kennedy, Robert F. (1959-75) 

9 31-36

Kennedy, Robert F.--Articles and Speeches (1964-68) 

61 12

Kennedy, Ted (1967-80) 

9 37

Kennedy, Ted (1967-80) 

61 13

Kerns, Jerry--Poems (n.d.) 

9 38

Kiernan Letters (1966) 

9 39

Kilgo, Jimmy--WSOC TV (1963-67) 

9 40

Kilpatrick, James--Richmond News Leader (1952-63) 

9 41

King, Dorothy (1965-80) 

9 42

King, Martin Luther (1962-67)    [NOTE: copy of “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” has been transferred to the Rare Books Collection.]

9 43

Kirschenbaum, Walter (1964-65) 

9 44

Klein, Walter (1958-79, n.d.) 

9 45-46

Klein, Walter (1964-79) 

61 14

Knight, John S. (1966-74) 

9 47

Knobbe, Maurice (1971) 

9 48

Koinonia Partners (1969) 

9 49

Korea--Orphanage (1961-69) 

9 50

Korea--Trip to (1961-69) 

9 51

Korea--Trip to--Reports, Itinerary, Newspaper (1961) 

10 1-2

Kross, Anna M. (1963-65) 

10 3

Ku Klux Klan (1964-67) 

61 15

Ku Klux Klan--Newspaper Clippings 

81 2

Kuchel, Thomas H. (1963-65) 

10 4

Kupcinet, Irving (1959-68) 

10 5

Labor--Southern Statistics (1962-63) 

61 16

Labor Standards Act, Fair (1956-57, 1966-68) 

10 6

Labor Temple (1955-59) 

10 7

Lake, I. Beverly (1961-62) 

10 8

Lake Tarleton Club (1966-68) 

10 9

Landon, Herbert (1963-64) 

10 10

Lang, Harry (Lucy and Naomi) (1962-71) 

10 11

Lapid, Joe (1959-75, n.d.) 

10 12-14

Lapid, Joe (1959-63) 

61 17

Larkins, John R. (1966, 1968) 

10 15

Larson, Arthur (1964 66) 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   61 18
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   10 16

Box Folder

Lazarus (Emma) Commemorative Committee (1969-75) 

10 17

Lawrence, Lee (1962-72) 

10 18

League of Women Voters (1955-57, 1962-64, 1969, 1974) 

10 19

Lee, Howard (1972) 

10 20

Lehman, Herbert H. (1957-64) 

10 21

Leibman, Morris (1958-72) 

10 22

Leibowitz, Samuel S. 

10 23

Leonard, Roby C. (1970) 

10 24

Leopold, Nathan (1959-62) 

10 25

Lerner, Max (1958-63) 

10 26

Letters to Editors (1957-61) 

10 27

Levin, Meyer (1956, 1961-63) 

10 28

Levine, Sol (1963-71) 

10 29

Lewis, Alfred Baker (1962-63) 

10 30

Lewis, Joseph (1958-59) 

10 31

Lewisohn, Thelma [Mrs. Ludwig] 1962-1963 

10 32

LIFE Magazine (1955-63, 1969-72) 

10 33

Lincoln, Abraham 1962-1981 

10 34

Lindsay, John V. (1968-73) 

10 35

Lippincott (J.B.) Co. (1960-64) 

10 36

Lippman, Walter (1961-65) 

10 37

Little, Brown and Co. (1960-64, 1977) 

10 38

LOOK Magazine (1960-70, n.d.) 

10 39

Long Live Columbus--Tearsheets (1975) 

81 3

Los Angeles--Contacts (1962-69) 

61 19

Los Angeles Times (1961-64) 

10 40

Lothorp, Margaret (1962, 1971) 

10 41

Loureiro, Joey (1980-81) 

10 42

Love, Jack (1957-58) 

10 43

Loyalty Oath--Arizona (1960-63) 

10 44

Loyalty Oath--Arizona (1962) 

61 20

Lymon, Rabbi Herschel (1962-63) 

10 45

Macarthur, Douglas (1951) 

10 46

Maggs, Douglas B. (1956) 

61 21

Mahoney, Florence (1962-71) 

10 47

Mallets, Lester--New York Post (1960-66) 

10 48

Malloy, Tom (1963) 

10 49

Manfrini, Joseph (1972) 

10 50

Mann, James H. (1961-65)   (FILM LABORATORIES)

10 51

Mantinband, Rabbi Charles (1957-63) 

10 52

March on Washington (1963) 

10 53

March on Washington (1963) 

61 22

Marks, Bill (1978-80) 

10 54

Marks, Bill (1978-80) 

61 23

Marney, Carlyle (1962-72) 

10 55

Markowitz, Albert A. (1973) 

10 56

Marquard, Rube (1963-65) 

10 57

Marrow, Alfred (1963-65) 

10 58

Marsengill, Jerry (1977) 

10 59

Massell, Sam (1970) 

10 60

Massell, Sam--News Clippings (1969) 

61 24

McCalls Magazine (1965, 1973) 

10 61

McCarthy, Joe (1952-54) 

10 62

McCloskey, Eunice (1964-66) 

10 63

McConnell, David M. (1952-71) 

10 64

McConnell, David M. (1965) 

61 25

McGill, Ralph (1958-1971) 

10 65

McGovern, George (1972, 1980) 

10 66

Macmillan Company (1962-65) 

11 1

McGraw Hill Book Co. (1961-64, 1972) 

11 2

McIntyre, Katherine (1962-66) 

11 3

McMillan, James B. (1969-80) 

11 4

Meier's Wine Co. (1966-67) 

11 5

Melden, Neal T. (1961) 

11 6

Mencken, H. L (1939, 1956) 

11 7

MENSA (1963) 

11 8

Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Inc. (1963) 

11 9

Mexico (1959-61) 

11 10

Meyers, Harriet (1966) 

61 26

Miami Beach Daily Sun (1964) 

11 11

Miami News (William Baggs) (1958-68) 

11 12

Microfilm (1959, 1968) 

11 13

Miller, Fred (1959-62) 

11 14

Miller, Henry (1963) 

11 15

Miniature Books (1965-66) 

11 16

Minow, Newton (1959-62) 

11 17

Mint Museum (1970-72) 

11 18

Miscellaneous 

Scope and Contents note

Includes poetry and certificates, etc. acquired from fans and friends.

17 45

"Humming Bird in the Rain" 1967 January 2 

Scope and Contents note

Poem by Eve Joyce Kebric Blume from Oregon. Note on back from author: "A picture-poem" engraved and hand-colored. Eve K. Blume, Calif. Fed. of Chaparral Poets." The poem was copyrighted Nvember 16, 1952, presented in 1967.

Mount Zion certificate 1959 August 26 

Scope and Contents note

Certificate testifying that Rev. Vincent S. Waters, Bishop of Raleigh, NC, ascended Mount Zion in Jerusalem on 26th August, 1959. Waters was a fellow civil-rights advocate.

Poems by Joe Rubens 

Scope and Contents note

Three poems by Spokane, Washington, native, Joseph I. Rubens: "Hail to the flag," "No time," and "Space flight." [The latter two signed by author." Rubens was a prominent member of the the Spokane Jewish Community and helped bring morre than 50 Jews to the northwest from Nazi Germany.

Box Folder

Misch, Robert (1959-64) 

11 19

Miss Nude America (1975) 

11 20

Miss Universe Contest (1961) 

11 21

Mission of Israel (1961-64) 

11 22

Mondale, Walter F. (1976-80) 

11 23

Montor, Martha N. (1970) 

11 24

Moore, Lilian (1955-66) 

11 25

Morgan, Robert (1974-75) 

11 26

Morris & Barnes, Accountants (1969-70) 

11 27

Morrison, Joe (1955-73) 

11 28-29

Murrow, Edward R. (1961-63)  

11 30

Muskie, Edmund S. (1971) 

11 31

Musmanno, Michael A. (1959-68) 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   61 27
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   11 32

Box Folder

NAACP (1956-75) 

11 33-35

Nasatir, Abe and Ida (1966-74) 

11 36

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (1963, 1969) 

11 37

National Bible Week (1961) 

11 38

National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing (1968-71) 

11 39-40

National Committee for the Support of Public Schools (1962-63) 

11 41

National Conference of Christians and Jews (1964-68) 

11 42

National Insider (1965) 

11 43

National Jewish Hospital (1963-75) 

11 44

National Jewish Post (1957-65, undated) 

11 45

National Jewish Welfare Board (1962-71) 

11 46

National Labor Service (1960-64) 

11 47

National Library Week Program (1961-62, 1970) 

11 48

National Observer (1966) 

11 49

National Repertory Theater (1963) 

11 50

Nazi Party Skokie March (1977-79) 

11 51

Negro Education (1963) 

11 52

Negro Education (1963) 

61 28

Negroes--Articles (1951, n.d.) 

11 53

Negroes--Housing (1958-62) 

11 54

Negroes--Medical Care in Charlotte (1963) 

11 55

Negroes--Miscellaneous Civil Rights Issues (1955, 1962-63, 1971) 

11 56

Negroes--"Race in Charlotte-Mecklenburg High Schools" (1973) 

11 57

Neuberger, Maurine B. (Mrs. Richard) (1960) 

11 58

New Republic (1963-64, 1967) 

11 59

Newcomb, Alan--Editorials From WBTV (1957-66) 

11 60

Newcomb, Alan--Responses from Golden (1965) 

61 29

Newman, Roger (1960-61) 

11 61

Newman, Samuel (1963) 

61 30

New York Contacts in the Big Apple (1962-63, 1966-72) 

11 62

New York Daily Column (1968, 1974) 

11 63

New York Herald Tribune (1957-62) 

11 64

New York Post--Correspondence (1958-72) 

11 65

New York Post--David Dubinsky (1965-66) 

12 1

New York Post--David Dubinsky (1965-66) 

61 31

New York Public Library (1961, 1968) 

12 2

New York Times (1958-72) 

12 3

Nims, C. Harry (1962-63) 

12 4

Nixon, Pat (1975) 

12 5

Nixon, Richard M.--Nixon's Pardon of Golden (1958-73) 

61 32

Nixon, Richard M./Spiro Agnew (1968-74) 

12 6

New American Review (1963-64) 

12 7

North Carolina Archives (1952-59, 1965-66) 

12 8

North Carolina Association of Jewish Men (1963) 

12 9

North Carolina College at Durham (1966-67) 

12 10

North Carolina Council on Human Relations (1959-68) 

12 11

North Carolina Literary and Historical Association (1956, 1963-72) 

12 12

North Carolina National Bank (1960-63) 

12 13

North Carolina Writers' Conferences (1954-81) 

12 14

North Carolina Writers' Conferences (1956, 1965, 1971) 

61 33

Norwalk, Milton (1962-81) 

12 15

Norwalk, Milton (1962-81) 

61 34

Notary Public Maureen B. Titlow (1960) 

12 16

Nun's Story--Golden's "A Jewish Girl Becomes a Nun" (1960-62) 

12 17

O'Dowd, Jack (1958-60, 1962) 

12 18

O'Herron, Ed (1976) 

12 19

Omaha University Project (1961-63) 

12 20

Oppenheim, Esther (Mrs. Ferdinand L.) 1973 

12 20b

Orso, Leo (1963-64) 

12 21

Paar, Jack (1962) 

12 22

Pakistan (1959-63) 

12 23

Pan American Union (1963) 

12 24

Park Sheraton Hotel (1959-61) 

12 25

Parker, John J. 1946-57   [JUDGE]

61 35

Patterson, Ernest (1962-66) 

12 26

Payton, Boyd (1963-65, 1970) 

12 27

Payton, Boyd (1963) 

61 36

Peace Corps (1962-68) 

12 28

Pears Soap (1965-73) 

12 29

Pearson, Drew (1952-69) 

12 30

Peele, J. C. (1964) 

12 31

Pegler, Westbrook (1960-63) 

12 32

Peltz, Arthur--Community Relations Service (1972-75) 

12 33

PEN--World Association of Writers (1965-66) 

62 1

Peoples American Revolutionary Bicentennial Committee (1971) 

62 2

Philo Semitism: Peddling a Possible Best Seller (1975) 

12 34

Philosophy Discussion Group (1962-77) 

12 35

PHP Institute Peace and Happiness Through Prosperity (1970-72) 

12 36

The Players (1961-72) 

12 37
Box Drawer

Pleason, Ann (1972) 

12 38
Box Folder

Poetry Sent to Golden (1958-71, n.d.) 

12 39-40

Poetry Sent to Golden (1960) 

62 3

Poland and Jews American Jewish Committee, Foreign Affairs Department (1961) 

12 41

Political Ad Heinz Rollman (1957) 

12 42

Pool, De Sola (1953, 1960, 1965-73) 

12 43

Pope John XXIII (1963) 

12 44

Pope John XXIII--Newspaper Clippings 

81 4

Posters 

81 5

Poverty (1964-67) 

12 45-47

Previews Real Estate (1969) 

12 48

Preyer, L. Richardson (1963-73, n.d.) 

12 49

Prison Board, North Carolina--Correspondence with Inmates (1961-66) 

12 50

Progressive (1957) 

12 51

Protocols of Zion 1966 

Box Folder

Public School 20, New York City (1960-72) 

13 1-2

Public School 20, New York City 1960-63, 1968, 1978 

62 4

Public School Desegregation (1962) 

13 3

Puerto Rico (1959-62) 

13 4

Queens College [Charlotte, N.C.] 

13 5

Quinn, Howard (1954-63) 

13 6

Quotes 

13 7

Race (1962-63) 

13 8

Race (1962-63) 

62 5

Race--Magazine and Newspapers Clippings 

81 6

Ragan, Sam (1964-68) 

13 9

News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.] (1963) 

13 10

Ramer, L. O. [Lynn] (1960-69) 

13 11

Ramer, L. O. [Lynn] (1960-69) 

62 6

Ramparts (1963) 

13 12

Randall, George W. (1962, 1968) 

13 13

Randolph, A. Philip and Institute (1963-78 

13 14

Rapid Reading (1961-63) 

13 15

Ratcliff, Lydia Lawrence (1962, 1968-72) 

13 16

Red Clay Publications--Charlene Whisnant (1964-67) 

13 17

Redding, Bill (1955-56, 1963) 

13 18

Reddy, T. J. 1967-1974 

13 19

Reddy, T. J. (1974-75) 

62 7

Reedy, George E.--Press Secretary, President Johnson (1963-65) 

13 20

Religion in Politics (1950-53) 

13 21

Religion in Politics--Articles (1952-53, 1962) 

62 8

Retardation (1957-61) 

13 22

Reuther, Walter (1963-68) 

13 23

Ribalow, Harold U. (1947-52, 1960-65) 

13 24

Ribicoff, Abraham--Senate Committee Hearings on Urban Affairs (1966) 

13 25

Ribicoff, Abraham--Senate Committee Hearings on Urban Affairs--Press Releases (1966) 

62 9

Richmond News Leader--James J. Kilpatrick (1950, 1958-65) 

13 26

Richmond, Va. Event Honoring Rev. Cuthbert E. Allen (1975) 

13 27

Richter, Moses (1960, 1963-65) 

13 28a

Rischin, Moses (1965) 

13 28b

Right To Work Legislation (1965-66) 

13 29

Right To Work Legislation (1965-66) 

62 10

Rittenbert, Louis--The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia (1959-61) 

13 30

RKO General Broadcasting (1963) 

13 31

Robertson, Ken (1964) 

13 32

Robinson Travel International, Inc. (1962) 

13 33

Rochester, N.Y.--Judge Sidney Z. Davidson (1964) 

13 34

Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson (1961-63) 

13 35

Rockwell, George Lincoln--American Nazi Party (1960-66) 

13 36

Rockwell, George Lincoln--American Nazi Party (1960) 

62 11

Roosevelt, Eleanor (1958-64) 

13 37

Roosevelt, Eleanor--Memorial Foundation (1961-64) 

13 38

Roosevelt, Franklin D. Jr.--Office of Economic Opportunity (1965) 

13 39

Roosevelt University (1964) 

13 40

Rose, Billy (1954, 1959-63) 

13 41

Rosenthal, Sanford (1961-65) 

13 42

Ross, Otho (1972) 

13 43

Roth, Philip (1961-62) 

13 44

Rural Electrification Authority (1964) 

13 45

Rusk, Dean (1964-67) 

13 46

Ruth Albee Speakers Service (1973) 

13 47

Rutherford (N.C.) Writing Contest (1965) 

13 48

Ryan, Rep. William Fitts (1962-67, 1972) 

13 49

Sacco Vanzetti Case (1959-63) 

13 50
Box Drawer

Saint John, Robert (1961-65, n.d.) 

13 51
Box Folder

Saints and Sinners Club (1960-64) 

13 52

Saks Fifth Avenue (1961-65) 

13 53

Salinger, Pierre (1963-64) 

13 54

Sam Adams Committee of Public Safety (1966) 

13 55

Sandburg, Carl (1960-64, 1973-81) 

13 56-59

Sandburg, Carl (1964) 

62 12

Sandburg, Helga (1960-68, 1977-81) 

13 60

Sandburg, Margaret (1965-69, n.d.) 

13 61

Sandburg, Paula (1966-71, n.d.) 

13 62

Sanford, Terry (1958-76) 

14 1

Sanger, Paul (1961-69, 1975, n.d.) 

14 2

Saturday Evening Post (1957-63, 1968) 

14 3

Saturday Review (1958-73) 

14 4

Schalk, Adolph (1966-72) 

14 5

Schary, Dore (1965) 

14 6

Scheer, Julian (1958-74) 

14 7

Schirazi, Kaye (1965) 

14 8

Schleier, Gertrude (1961-65) 

14 9

Schloss, Linda (1960-63, 1968-69) 

14 10

Schneiderman, Rose (1958-61) 

14 11

Schooler, Lee (1958-68) 

14 12

Schreck, Judy 

14 13

Schuster, M. Lincoln (1958-64) 

14 14

Schwartz, Harry (1962-63) 

14 15

Schwartz, J. R. (1962) 

14 16

Schweitzer (Albert) Memorial Hospital (1964) 

14 17

Schwengel, Rep. Fred (1963) 

14 18

Sciera, Leo (1965-66) 

14 19

Scott, Bernice (1971-73) 

14 20

Scott, R. K. (1964-65) 

14 21
Box item

Scouting Magazine (1965) 

14 22
Box Folder

Scranton, William 1964 

14 23

Secrest, Mac (1960-63) 

14 24

Seeger, Pete (1966) 

14 25

Segregation 

14 26-27

Segregation (1957) 

62 13

Segregation--Magazine and Newspaper Clippings 

81 7

Servas (1964-65) 

62 14

Sevareid, Eric (1964-69) 

14 28

Sevillia, E. L. (1971-74) 

14 29

Shackney, David (1963) 

14 30

Shakespeare, William (1948-79) 

14 31

Shalit, Gene (1958-65) 

14 32

Sheraton Corporation (1961-64) 

14 33

Sholom, Aleichem (1962) 

14 34

Short, Milton (1974) 

14 35

Shriver, Sargent (1963-66) 

14 36

Sieber, Hal (1959-64) 

14 37

Silversman, Rabbi William B. (1961-62, 1970) 

14 38

Sinclair, Upton (1960-63) 

14 39

Slovenko, Ralph (1960-64) 

14 40

Smith, Al (1960, 1968-69) 

62 15

Smith, Bob (1965-68) 

14 41

Smith, Desmond (1965) 

14 42

Smith, Howard K. (1962-63) 

14 43

Smith, Lilliam (1965-66) 

14 44

Sobeloff, Simon E. (1956-72) 

14 45

Socialist Party (1960-70) 

14 46

Sorkey, Herman (1964-65) 

14 47

South--United States 1961-1962 

14 48

South Africa (1960-63) 

14 49

South America (1961-68) 

14 50

Southern Christian Leadership Conference (1963-64) 

14 51

Southern Poverty Law Center (1974-75, n.d.) 

14 52

Southern Regional Council (1960-64, 1970-72) 

14 53

Southern Whites (1960) 

14 54

Southern Whites--Magazine and Newspaper Clippings 

81 8

Southern Writers School (1965-66) 

14 55

Spain (1969-72) 

14 56

Speaker Ban Law (1965) 

62 16

Speizman, Morris (1958-75) 

14 57

Spiritualism (1961) 

14 58

St. Petersburg, Fla. (1960) 

62 17

Stagg, Carolyn (1957-58, 1963) 

14 59

Stagg, Mildred (1960-63) 

14 60

Stamps, First Issue 

14 61

Standard Encyclopedia (1966-67) 

14 62

Stanton, Frank (CBS)--Speech (1962-65) 

14 63

State Department Trip (1964-65) 

14 64

State of Israel Bonds (1960-70) 

14 65

Statesville, N.C. (1963) 

14 66

Steinbaum, Israel--Yiddish Dictionary (1965-67) 

14 67

Steinbeck, John and Elaine (1962-64, 1969-72) 

14 68

Stephens, Don (1958-65) 

14 69

Sterilization (1959-63) 

14 70

Stevenson, Adlai--Addresses and Correspondence (1952-63) 

62 18

Stevenson, Adlai--Addresses and Correspondence About (1952-73, n.d.) 

14 71

Stevenson, Adlai--Correspondence (1952, 1955-65) 

15 1

Stevenson, Adlai--Newpaper Clippings 

81 9

Stokes, Anna (1971) 

15 2

Strauss, Manny (1953) 

15 3

Street, James (1953-59) 

15 5

Street, James--Magazine Clippings 

81 10

Strudwick, Sheppard (1963-64) 

15 4

Student Non Violent Coordinating Committee (1961-67, n.d.) 

15 6-7

Students Writing About Harry Golden (1963-84) 

15 8-9

Sullivan, Carl (1972) 

15 10

Suspenders (1959) 

15 11

Susskind, David (1959-63) 

15 12

Sweden (1961, 1963-64, 1969) 

15 13

Syracuse University (1964) 

15 14

Targ, William (1960-74) 

15 15

Tau Kappa Epsilon (1963-72) 

15 16

Taylor, Ann (1962-63) 

15 17

Television Programs (1958) 

15 18

TV Guide (1959-63) 

15 19

Temple Beth El (1960-75, n.d.) 

15 20

Temple Israel (1958-74, n.d.) 

15 21

Textile Workers Union of America (1958-75) 

15 22-24

Textile Workers Union of America--Articles (1956-c.1964) 

62 19

Textile Workers Union of America--Cannon Mills 

15 25

Textile Workers Union of America--Newspaper Clippings 

81 11

Thanks to Scandinavia, Inc. (1961-73) 

15 26

Thiel College (1974) 

15 27

Think (1959-63) 

15 28

Thomas, Lowell 

15 29

Thomas, Norman (1958-71) 

15 30

Tibbits Schloss (Teachers) (1960-61, 1973) 

15 31

Tieger, Buddy (1964) 

15 32

Tillett, Gladys 15:33 

15 33

Time Life (1958-59, 1967) 

15 34

Time Magazine (1962, 1972) 

15 35

Tobias, Harry (1962-64, 1970) 

15 36

Tomarin, Margaret (1964-65) 

15 37

Toynbee (1955) 

15 38

Tribble, Hal (1958-65) 

15 39

Trichter, Monroe (1963-65) 

15 40

Trip to Israel and London (1960) 

15 41-42

True Magazine (1963-65) 

15 43

Truman, Harry 

62 20

Tryon Mall (1980) 

15 44

Turks of Sumter County 

15 45

Tuskegee Institute (1958-63, 1968) 

15 46

Twentieth Century Fox (1974) 

15 47

Unidentified recipient(s) 

15 47b

Union of American Hebrew Congregations (1955-60) 

15 48

Unions (1963) 

15 49

Unions--North Carolina 

15 50

Unitarian Church of Charlotte (1958-65) 

15 51

United Feature Syndicate (1965-75) 

15 52

United Jewish Appeal (1972) 

15 53

United Nations (1959-65) 

15 54

United Negro College Fund (1962) 

15 55

United Sons of the Golden Confederacy 

15 56

United States Congress--House of Representatives (1961-75) 

15 57

United States Congress--Senate (1958-75) 

15 58

United States Government--Correspondence with Misc. Depts. (1962-70) 

15 59

United States Government--Dept. of Commerce (1964-68) 

15 60

United States Government--Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare (1962-69) 

15 61

United States Government--Dept. of Justice (1963-64) 

15 62

United States Government--Dept. of State (1961-66) 

15 63

United States Information Agency (1959-65) 

15 64-65

United States Junior Chamber of Commerce (1963) 

16 1

United States Labor Party (1974) 

16 2

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1955-69) 

16 3

University of North Carolina at Charlotte (1964-80) 

16 4-5

University Settlement (1957-72) 

16 6

Valenti, Jack (1965-66) 

16 7

Van Buren, Abby (1962) 

16 8

Vandervoort, Paul (1972) 

62 21

Vanguard Recording (1960-63) 

16 9

Vanguard Recording (1960) 

62 22

Vanocur, Sander (1971) 

16 10

Variety (1959, 1972) 

16 11

Vechten, Carl Van (1960-63) 

16 12

Vietnam War--Miscellany (1964-c.1969) 

16 13

Visual Aids in Education 

16 14

Vogler, James B.--Biography undated 

16 15

Vorspan, Albert (1958-65) 

16 16

Wagner, Robert (1962, 1969) 

16 17

Walker, Hal (1961-64, n.d.) 

16 18

Wallace, George (1972) 

16 19

Wallas, David (1951-75, n.d.) 

16 20-23

Walters, Tom (1961-69) 

16 24

Warren, Earl (1961) 

16 25

Warsaw Ghetto (1963) 

16 26

Washington Monthly (1969) 

16 27

Watergate (1974) 

16 28

Waxman, Joel L. (1970-71) 

16 29

WBC Productions--William Peters (1961) 

16 30

WBT/WBTV--Jefferson Broadcasting (1959-68) 

16 31

Weinberger, Alan (1962-65) 

16 32

Weinstein Letters (Fake Name, Etc.) (1964) 

16 33

Weinstein, Maurice A. (1966) 

16 34

Weiss, Esther (1970-71) 

62 23

Weiss Rosmarin, Trude--The Jewish Spectator (1958-64) 

16 35

Weitz, Martin M. (1955-75) 

16 36

Weltner, Charles Longstreet (1965-66, 1971) 

62 24

Wershba, Joe (1961-72, 1979-80) 

16 37

Wesley Foundation (1963-65) 

16 38

Western Union (1958-59) 

16 39

Wheeler, Raymond (1953-55, 1960-70) 

16 40

White House (1961-74, 1979-80) 

16 41

White House Fellows (1968) 

16 42

White House Fellows (1968) 

62 25

White, Lee C. (1962-66) 

16 43

Whitehall, Hadlyme & Smith, Inc. (1969-71) 

16 44

Whitman, Walt (1960) 

16 45

Who's Who (1964) 

16 46

Williams, Aubrey W.--Southern Farmer, Inc. (1957-58) 

16 47

Williams, Sen. Harrison A. Jr. (1961-64, 1981) 

16 48

Williams, Robert--Monroe Defense Committee (1958-69) 

16 49-50

Williams, Robert--Monroe Defense Committee (1964) 

62 26

Williamson, Martha (1961-62) 

16 52

Willis, Lorena (1959-70, n.d.) 

16 52-53

Wilson, Meredith (1959-60) 

16 54

Winchell, Walter (1952-53, 1958-61) 

16 55

WIST--Editorial Responses (1964) 

17 1

Wolfe, Thomas (n.d.) 

17 2

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1964-65) 

17 3

Wood, Virgil L. (1963) 

17 4

Woolfe, Ernie (1960) 

17 5

Workmen's Circle (1960-65) 

17 6

World Over (1952-68) 

17 7

Wright, Mrs. Frank Lloyd (1964) 

17 8

Wright, Marion (1972, 1978) 

17 9

Wright, Thomas M. (1968) 

17 10

WSOC (1961-65) 

17 11

WTVI Editorials (1969) 

17 12

Wynn, Carole S. (1973) 

17 13

XEROX Corp. (1964-65) 

17 14

Yarnell, James (1961-65) 

17 15

Yasser, Moe (1969-74) 

17 16

Yeshiva University (1961-63) 

17 17

Yezierska, Anzia (1951, 1962) 

17 18

Yiddish Dictionary Committee (1964-66) 

17 19

YMCA (1966) 

17 20

Young, Sen. Stephen M. (1964-68) 

17 21

Young, Virginia (1979) 

86 3

Yugoslavia (1961) 

17 22

Zevin, Ben D. (1963-73) 

17 23

 Series 2.2 General Correspondence 

Scope and Contents note

This series contains general and topical correspondence arranged chronologically.

Box Folder

Chronological (1946 July, 1963) 

17 24-44

Chronological (January, 1967- December, 1969) 

19 1-23

Chronological (August 1963-January, 1967) 

18 1-26

Chronological (January, 1970 December, 1971) 

20 1-26

Chronological (January, 1972 March, 1974) 

21 1-29

Chronological (April, 1974- December, 1981) 

22 1-21

Christmas Cards 

22 22-23

Closing of the Carolina Israelite and Requests for Back Issues, etc. 1968 

22 24

Get Well Cards 1966-1967 

22 25-28

Get Well Cards 1966-1967 

23 1-2

Hate Mail 1955-1974 

23 3-13

Hate Mail 1955-1960 

62 27

Undated General Correspondence 

23 14-15

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 Series 3 Literary Productions 

 Series 3.1 Carolina Israelite 

Carolina Israelite (1944-53) 

Box
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Carolina Israelite (1954-63) 

Box
78

Carolina Israelite (1964-68) 

Box
79
Box Folder

Columns--Drafts (1966-67) 

23 16

Galleys (c.1964) 

23 17

Letters to Editors of Other Publications (1962-78) 

23 18

Letters to Editor and miscellaneous advertisements, etc. undated 

23 19

 Series 3.2 “Only in America” 

Box Folder

Columns for “Only in America” (1959-May 1962) 

23 20-27

Columns for “Only in America” (June 1962 August 1971) 

24 1-22

Columns for “Only in America” (September 1971 August 1975) 

25 1-5

Columns for “Only in America”--Titled, Undated   (A through Z)

25 6-26

Columns for “Only in America”--Untitled (1968-75) 

25 27

Column Drafts--Titled, Undated   (A through R)

25 28-38

Column Drafts--Titled, Undated   (S through Z)

26 1-4

Column Drafts--Untitled UNDATED 

26 5

Correspondence--Various Columns (1964-69) 

26 6

Listings of Columns (1959-61, 1965) 

26 7
Box

Short Story of America 

Scope and Contents note

Scripts in various stages, adapted from one of the essays in "Only in America"

99

Television and theatrical versions of Only in America 

Scope and Contents note

Includes a script for a tv series based on the life and times of Golden, titled "Only in America." A letter from Charlottean businessman, George Ivey, who happened to attend the premier performance of the "Only in America" is accompanied by remarks Golden sent back to Ivey in response to his criticism. There are two rough scripts for the play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. Also includes a scrapbook of newspaper clippings and programs concerning the play, ranging from the positive anticipation before the play opened to the critical remarks at its quick demise.

99

 Series 3.3  Articles 

Titled articles 

Box Folder

"Alcohol and the Negro" (1964-65) 

26 8

"Bilbos in Gray Flannel" (1958) 

26 9

"The Bintel Brief" (1969-71) 

26 10-11

"The Bintel Brief"--Draft (1969-71) 

62 28

"The Civil War is Finally Over" (1960-61) 

26 12

"Final Vows for a Jewish-Catholic Nun" (1960) 

26 13

"The Jewish Schema on the Christians" (1965-66) 

26 14-15

"The Jews of the South" (1971-72) 

26 16

"Lincoln and Pericles" (1963) 

26 17

"The Negro Intellectuals" 

26 18

"Nothing Will Take the Place of Reading" (1958-61) 

26 19

"Report on Hamburg's Nightlife" (n.d.) 

26 20

"The Revolution's Last Battle" (1971-73) 

26 21

"Unease in Dixie"--Reprint (1956) 

26 22

"What It Means to be Humane" (1967-68) 

26 23

Articles for publications/organizations 

Box Folder

Anti-Defamation League (1957, 1965-66) 

26 24

Around the Dial with Bulova (1969-70) 

26 25

Atlanta Journal/Atlanta Constitution (1966) 

26 26

Atlantic Monthly Press (1969) 

26 27

Better Homes and Gardens (1959-60) 

26 28

Bible Words to Live By (1962-63) 

26 29

Cavalier Magazine (1962-65) 

26 30

The Charlotte News (1945-56, 1965) 

26 31

The Charlotte Observer (1959, 1977) 

26 32

Chicago Tribune (1960-63) 

26 33

Clippings and Copies (1951-61) 

26 34

Commentary Magazine (1951-70) 

26 35

Congress Bi-Weekly (1961-72) 

26 36

Congress Weekly (1952-57) 

26 37

Council Woman (1966-67) 

26 38

Country Beautiful (1961-66) 

26 39

The Crisis (1962-66) 

26 40

Dictionary of North Carolina Biography (1973) 

26 41

Douglas Villiers Publishing (1972-73) 

26 42

Encyclopedia Judaica (1967-69) 

26 43

Esquire (1965) 

26 44

Family Weekly (1960-69) 

26 45

Footlight--National Cultural Center (1962-64) 

26 46

Ford Dealer Magazine (1963-64) 

26 47

Friendly Visitors, Inc. (1963) 

26 48

Good Housekeeping (1963) 

26 49

Hallmark Cards (1967) 

26 50

Historic Preservation Magazine (1976) 

26 51

Holiday Magazine (1967-68) 

26 52

House Beautiful (1970) 

26 53

Human Potential (1975) 

26 54

The Integrator (1967-69) 

26 55

Jewish Chronicle (1965-68) 

26 56

Jewish Daily Forward (1967) 

26 57

Jewish Ledger (1955, 1969) 

26 58

Jewish Post (1970) 

26 59

The Jewish World (1964) 

27 1

Journal of Presbyterian History (1968-69) 

27 2

The Journalist (1969) 

27 3

Life Magazine (1960-61) 

27 4-5

McCall's Magazine  (1963-66) 

27 6

Miami Herald (1970) 

27 7

Midstream--Jewish Quarterly (1956-67) 

27 8-9

Miscellaneous Publications (1959-79) 

85 11

The Nation (1955-70) 

27 10-11

New America (1964) 

27 12

New Republic (1962-66) 

27 13

New York Post (1960-64) 

27 14

New York Times (1959) 

27 15

North American Newspaper Alliance (1959-75) 

27 16

North American Newspaper Alliance (1966-75) 

62 29

NUCOA News (1963-64) 

27 17

Opera News (1959-61) 

27 18

Our Sunday Visitor (1963-67) 

27 19

Pageant (1957-72) 

27 20-21

Petroleum Today (1948-62) 

27 22

Playboy (1960-81) 

27 23-24

Polymus (1968-69) 

27 25

Presbyterian Outlook (1965-72) 

27 26

The Progressive (1962-64) 

27 27

Publishers' Auxiliary (1963-65) 

27 28

Publishers Hall Syndicate (1969-70) 

27 29

Readers Digest (1958-71) 

27 30

The Rebel (1960) 

27 31
Box

Redbook Magazine (1960-61) 

27
Box Folder

Reform Judaism (1972) 

27 33

Saturday Evening Post (1962-65) 

27 34-35

Saturday Review (1961-72) 

27 36-37

Schema XIII (1970) 

27 38

Scripps-Howard (1962) 

27 39

Show Magazine (1961-63) 

27 40

South African Jewish Observer (1963) 

27 41

Springfield Sunday Republican (1970) 

62 30

Suburbia Today (1960-62) 

27 42

Status (1966-67) 

27 43

Texas Libraries (1966-67) 

27 44

Think--IBM (1959-62) 

27 45

Travel (1964) 

27 46

Trends (1977) 

27 47

True (1962) 

27 48

TV Guide (1978) 

27 49

Variety (1962-79) 

28 1

Vision (1973-74) 

28 2

Vista (1971-72) 

28 3

Volkswagen (1966-67) 

28 4

Winston-Salem Journal (1952, 1968) 

28 5

Witness (1966-67) 

28 6

Writer's Digest (1961-68) 

28 7

Women's News Service (1959, 1975-78) 

62 31
Box

ZELO: Zealous Inner Views (1987) 

76

Miscellaneous articles, contributions, reviews, scripts, and correspondence 

Box Folder

Articles--Miscellaneous (1959-71) 

28 8

Articles--Titled Drafts--Undated 

28 9-11

Articles--Untitled Drafts--Undated 

28 12-12a

Book Reviews (c.1960-c.1962) 

28 13

Contribution--Brown (1963-66) 

28 14

Contribution--Never on Shabbas (1962) 

28 15

Contribution--Royte Pomerantzen (1964) 

28 16

Contribution--School Prayers (1969) 

28 17

Contribution--Sprung (1962-64) 

28 18

Contribution--Tales From the Wise Men of Israel (1961-63) 

28 19

Contribution--Tales of Our People (1968-69) 

28 20

Contributions to Other Works (1959-1970, 1990) 

28 21-22

Reviews and correspondence (1960-76) 

28 23-24

Scripts--"The Garment Game" (1964) 

28 25

Scripts--"The Long Walk" (1958) 

28 26

 Series 3.4  Books 

Box Folder

A Little Girl is Dead--Corrected Copy   This sub series is comprised primarily of post-publication correspondence with publishers and readers. Also includes drafts, galleys, publicity material, research, reviews, newspaper clippings, and periodicals containing excerpts from books.

28 27

A Little Girl is Dead--Correspondence (1955-81) 

28 28-30

A Little Girl is Dead--Epps Lawsuit (1956-68) 

28 31

A Little Girl is Dead--Epps Lawsuit (1967-68) 

62 32

A Little Girl is Dead--Reviews 

28 32

A Little Girl is Dead--Galley Proofs 

29 1-2

A Little Girl is Dead--Related Materials 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   29 3
    Tube
Mixed materials   1
    Tube
Mixed materials   2

Scope and Contents note

Includes photostatic copies from various issues of New York Times used in researching the Leo Frank case [ Apr. 28, 1913; May 2, 1913; Feb. 18, 1914; June 23, 1915; Aug. 19, 1915].

Box Folder

America, I Love You--Correspondence (1975-81) 

29 4

America, I Love You--Manuscript 

29 5-11

Auf Den Menschen Kommt Es An--Anthology (1968) 

29 12

The Best of Harry Golden--Correspondence (1966-81) 

29 13

The Best of Harry Golden--Draft 

29 14-20

The Best of Harry Golden--Reviews 

29 21

Enjoy, Enjoy!--Correspondence and Reviews (1959-64) 

30 1

Enjoy, Enjoy!--Essays Used/Not Used in Book 

30 2-3

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Correspondence and Financial Papers (1966-67) 

30 4

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Galleys 

62 33

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Galleys 

63 1-2

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Manuscript 

30 5-7

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Research Materials (1965) 

63 3

Ess, Ess Mein Kindt--Reviews 

30 8

Five Boyhoods--Correspondence (1960-65) 

30 9

Five Boyhoods--Draft 

30 10

Five Boyhoods--Galleys 

63 4

For Two Cents Plain--Correspondence (1958-77) 

30 11

For Two Cents Plain--Manuscript 

30 12-13

For Two Cents Plain--Miscellany, Articles and Lists 

30 14

For Two Cents Plain--Reviews 

63 5

Forgotten Pioneer--Correspondence, Draft, Reviews (1964-68) 

30 15

Forgotten Pioneer--Manuscript 

30 16

Forgotten Pioneer--Memorabilia 


    Box
Mixed materials   96
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   87 [OF] 3

Scope and Contents note

Wood and canvas miniature covered wagon. "Forgotten Pioneer" burned into wagon on one side, "Harry Golden" burned into the other side. Also includes cover art of the pioneer and his wagon rolling across the prairie.

Box Folder

Golden Book of Jewish Humor--Correspondence (1964-72) 

30 17-18

Golden Book of Jewish Humor--Draft 

30 19-20

Golden Book of Jewish Humor--Reviews 

63 6

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Signed copy 

30 21

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Contract (1967-70) 

30 22

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Correspondence (1966-72) 

30 23-25

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Manuscript 

30 26

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Manuscript 

31 1-8

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Research Materials 

31 9-13

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Research Materials 

63 7

The Greatest Jewish City in the World--Reviews 

31 14

Harry Golden Omnibus--Correspondence (1962-65) 

31 15

Harry Golden's ABC of America (1965) 

31 16

Heart of the South--Correspondence, Research (1964-70) 

31 17-18

The Israelis--Correspondence (1962-73) 

31 19-20

The Israelis--Research Materials 

31 21-22

The Israelis--Research Materials 

63 8

The Israelis--Reviews 

31 23

The Israelis--Reviews 

63 9

The Israelis--Uncorrected Proof 

31 24

Jewish Roots in the Carolinas-Manuscript (1955) 

Scope and Contents note

Also includes blank book entitled, "The Jewish People of South Carolina, 1730-1954 by Harry L. Golden." This is the only evidence of a book written by Golden with this title.

32 1

Leben Zul Columbus--Articles From Only in America 

32 2

Leben Zul Columbus--Correspondence, Reviews (1973-75) 

32 3

Leben Zul Columbus--Manuscript 

32 4

Long Live Columbus--Tearsheets (1975) 

81 3

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Corrected Manuscript 

32 5

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Correspondence (1963-67) 

32 6

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Manuscript 

32 7-13

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Editor's Comments on Manuscript 

64 1-2

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Galleys 

64 3-4

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Jacket Galleys 

64 5

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes--Reviews 

32 14

Only in America--Correspondence (1955-63) 

32 15-16

Only in America--Reviews, Promotional Materials 

64 6

Only in America--Essays, Playscript, Reprints 

32 17

Only in America--Play--Correspondence (1958-80) 

32 18-19

Only in America--Play--Reviews 

32 20

Only in America--Play--Reviews 

64 7

Only in America--Play--Script 

32 21

Our Southern Landsman--Correspondence (1971-74) 

33 1

Our Southern Landsman--Draft and Research 

33 2

Our Southern Landsman--Draft and Reviews 

64 8

Our Southern Landsman--Manuscript 

33 3-6

Our Southern Landsman--Reviews 

33 7

The Right Time--Correspondence (1967-70) 

33 8

The Right Time--Draft 

33 9

The Right Time--Manuscript 

33 10-13

The Right Time--Reviews 

65 1

So Long as You're Healthy--Correspondence 1969-1971 

33 14

So Long as You're Healthy--Draft 

33 15-16

So Long as You're Healthy--Reviews 

33 17

So Long as You're Healthy--Reviews (1970) 

65 2

So What Else is New?--Correspondence, Publication (1964-65) 

33 18-19

So What Else is New?--Manuscript 

33 20-21

So What Else is New?--Reviews 

33 22

Spirit of the Ghetto--Correspondence (1964-68) 

33 23

Spirit of the Ghetto--Manuscript 

33 24-25

Spirit of the Ghetto--Reviews 

33 26

Travels Through Jewish America--Correspondence (1973-74) 

34 1

You're Entitle'--Correspondence (1961-65) 

34 2-3

You're Entitle'--Manuscript 

34 4-7

"Index of all the Golden Books" (1957-65) 

34 8-9

Book Jackets--Harry Golden Books and Others 

34 10

Correspondence Regarding Translations (1959-67) 

34 11

 Series 3.5  Manuscripts Submitted to Harry Golden 

Box Folder

Anecdotes--Sara J. Abrams undated 

34 12

Correspondence--Manuscripts and books submitted to Golden (1958-79) 

34 13-16

Manuscripts Submitted to Golden--Miscellaneous (n.d.) 

34 17

Manuscripts Submitted to Golden--Miscellaneous 1967, undated 

65 3

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 Series 4 Business Material 

Box Folder

Advertising undated 

34 18
Box

Advertising--Mogen David--Poster undated 

76
Box Folder

Aftra Contracts (1959-70) 

34 19

Bell Syndicate (1958) 

34 20

Bell-McClure Syndicate (1963-72) 

34 21-26

Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1969-73) 

34 27

Carolina Israelite--Minutes, Financial Papers and Correspondence 1967 

34 28

Contracts and Agreements (1955-81) 

65 4-5

Correspondence with Various Publishers and Literary Agents (1959-77) 

35 32

Coward-McCann, Inc. 1959-1966 

34 29

Dick Rubin, Ltd. (1963-80) 

34 30

Dick Rubin, Ltd. (1963-80) 

35 1

Doubleday & Company, Inc. (1958-76) 

35 2-3

Encyclopedia Brittanica (1966) 

35 4

Fawcett World Library (1962-68) 

35 5

Form Letters (1965, n.d.) 

35 6

G.P. Putnam's Sons (1959-78) 

35 7-8

Harper & Row (1964-65) 

35 9

Macmillan Company (1961-66) 

35 10

MCA Artists, Ltd. (1958-72) 

35 11-12

McClure Newspaper Syndicate 1958-1963 

35 13-17

The Nation (1967-69) 

35 18

New American Library (1964-66) 

35 19

Permissions to Reprint 1961-1981 

35 20-24

Permissions to Reprint (1965-67) 

65 6

Philosophy Discussion Group Membership List 

Box Folder

Pocket Books, Inc. (1959-65) 

35 25

Promotional Materials 1957, undated 

35 26

Publishers and Readers--Mailing and Subscription Lists 

Box Folder

Publishers--Subscribers List undated 

100 1

Readers--Mailing Labels 

100 2

Readers--Mailing Lists 

Scope and Contents note

Primarily mailing lists found after the fire for Carolina Israelite subscribers

100 3-4

Readers--V.I.P. List 

Scope and Contents note

Carolina Israelite readers included politicians, entertainers and journalists and ranged from notables such as Attorney General Robert Kennedy to Eddie Cantor.

100 5
Box Folder

Simon & Schuster (1958-78) 

35 28

Southland Publishing Co.--Dissolution Papers 

Box Folder

Syndicate Contracts (1958, 1963-66) 

35 29

Thomas Y. Crowell, Inc. (1973-75) 

35 30

United Feature Syndicate (1972-80) 

35 31

World Publishing Co. (1957-63) 

35 33-36

World Publishing Co. (1963-74) 

36 1-2

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 Series 5 Printed Material 

 Series 5.1  Newspaper Clippings and Scrapbooks 

Box Folder

A Little Girl is Dead--Epps Lawsuit (1967-68) 

82 1

Activities and Engagements (1962-68, 1987) 

82 2

Africa (1960-62) 

82 3

Anti-Semitism (1955-62, n.d.) 

82 4

Articles about Golden (1956-81) 

82 5

Articles about Golden (1956-86) 

85 1

Articles by Golden--Miscellaneous (1958-71) 

82 6

Articles by Golden--Miscellaneous (1958-71) 

85 2

Articles Mentioning Golden (1962-68) 

82 7-8

Articles Mentioning Golden (1956-86) 

85 3

Articles Quoting Golden (1961-73) 

82 9

Articles Quoting Golden (1959-81) 

85 4

Cannon Mills (1954-62) 

82 10

Capital Punishment (1958) 

82 11

Carolina Israelite (1958-66) 

82 12

Carolina Israelite--Closing (1968) 

82 13

Charlotte Schools (1956, 1970) 

82 14

Civil Rights (1963-71) 

82 15

Civil Rights--Reparations to Blacks (1966-68) 

82 16

Editorial Responses and Letters (1965-76) 

82 17

General Correspondence--Letters to Editors (1965-78) 

82 18

Golden--Illness and Surgery (1966-67) 

82 19

Goldwater, Barry (1964) 

82 20

Hate Mail (1961-66) 

82 21

Interviews and Statements by Golden (1959-73) 

82 22

Jews--Articles and Clippings about Jews (1956-74) 

82 23

Kennedy, John F. (1960-64) 

82 24

Kennedy, Robert F. (1962-68) 

82 25

Ku Klux Klan (1965-67) 

82 26

Miscellaneous (1966-72) 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   82 27-29
    Box Folder
Mixed materials   81 12

Miscellaneous (1955-79) 


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   83 1-10
    Box
Mixed materials   92

Box Folder

Negroes (1958-64) 

83 11

Only in America--Best Seller Lists (1958-59) 

83 12

Only in America--Introduction of Column (1959) 

83 13

Only in America--Columns (1961-76) 

83 14-19

Only in America--Columns (1960-67) 

85 5-10

Only in America--Columns undated 

84 1-2

Only in America--Play (1959) 

84 3

Parker, Judge John J. (1949-58) 

84 4

Reviews by Golden (1964-71) 

84 5

Sandburg, Carl (1962-77) 

84 6

Scales, Junius (1962) 

84 7

Schwartz, Abba (1966) 

84 8

Threats to Golden (1966) 

84 9

Welfare (1972) 

84 10

Writers and Artists (1956-75) 

84 11

UNC Charlotte--Harry Golden Day (1969) 

84 12

Scrapbooks 

Box

A Little Girl is Dead (1965-66) 

68
Box Folder

A Little Girl is Dead (1965-66)   [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 11
Box

Carl Sandburg (1961-62) 

69

Carl Sandburg Reviews (1961-62) 

69
Box Folder

Carl Sandburg Reviews (1961-62)   [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 12
Box

Charlotte Observer Columns (1962) 

70

Charlotte Observer Columns (1963-65) 

70
Box Folder

Charlotte Observer Columns (1962)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 13

Charlotte Observer Columns (1963-65)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 14
Box

Criticism (1960-61) 

70
Box Folder

Criticism (1960-61)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 15
Box

Enjoy, Enjoy! (1960) 

71
Box Folder

Enjoy, Enjoy! (1960)   [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 16

Five Boyhoods (1962) 

36 17

Five Boyhoods (1962)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 18
Box

For Two Cents Plain (1958-59) 

71
Box Folder

For Two Cents Plain (1958-59)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 19-20
Box

Forgotten Pioneer (1963) 

72
Box Folder

Forgotten Pioneer (1963)    [PHOTOCOPIED]

36 21
Box

Mr. Kennedy and the Negroes (1964) 

72

 Series 5.2  Miscellaneous Publications 

Box Folder

Age of Reason (1959) 

37 7

Anti-Semitism (1952-71) 

37 8

Automation (1962-63) 

37 9

The Bowery News (1964) 

37 10

The Century for 1888-89 (1888) 

37 11

Benjamin Franklin (1954, 1961) 

37 12

The Georgia Journal (1960) 

37 13

Hadassah Magazine (1967) 

37 14

Hadassah Telephone Directory--Charlotte, N.C. (1976) 

37 15

Israel (1959-76) 

37 16

Jewish Culture (n.d.) 

37 17

Mark Twain Journal 

Scope and Contents note

Four issues (Fall 1961, Summer 1962, Winter 1970, Winter 1970-71), covers inscribed by editor, Cyril Clemens to Golden. Personal note laid in Summer 1962 issue.

37 17b

Mecklenburg Times (1970) 

37 18

Middle East Newsletter (1968-70) 

37 19

Miscellaneous Periodicals and Publications (1966, 1968) 

65 7

Pyramid (1974) 

37 20

Renaissance (1959) 

37 21

Right Wing Organziations (1964-66) 

37 22

Texas Observer (1968) 

37 23

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 Series 6 Speeches 

 Series 6.2 Radio and Television 

Box Folder

ABC Spots (1968) 

38 32

The Firing Line 1966   [BUCKLEY, WILLIAM F.]

38 33

Flair [ABC] (1962) 

38 34

The Garment Game/Only in New York (1964) 

38 35

General Correspondence (1964-70) 

38 36

University of Georgia Educational Network (1966-67) 

38 37

MCA Artists Ltd. (1959-68) 

38 38

The Merv Griffin Show (1967-70) 

38 39

The Mike Douglas Show (1964-70) 

38 40

Monitor (1965)   [NBC RADIO]

38 41

News of the Day--"Perspective on Greatness" (1962-63) 

38 42

Person to Person (1960)   [EDWARD R. MURROW]

38 43

Radio Programs and Background Material (1963-66) 

38 44-45

The Reading Room (1963) 

38 46

Telelectures (1960-64) 

38 47

Television Background Material (n.d.) 

38 48

Television Programs--Misc. 

38 49

The Today Show (1963-70) 

38 50

The Tonight Show (1958-70) 

39 1-2

WBTV (1962-71) 

39 3

 Series 6.3 Correspondence with Agents 

Box Folder

Doubleday & Company Lecture Bureau (1968-71) 

39 4

Speakers Bureau (1966-71) 

39 5

W. Colston-Leigh, Inc. (1958-70) 

39 6-8

 Series 6.4 Itineraries 

Box Folder

Itineraries 1958-1962; undated 

39 9

Itineraries 1962 

39 10-11

Itineraries 1963 

39 12-17

Itineraries 1964 

39 18-21

Itineraries 1965 

39 22

Itineraries (1966) 

39 23-24

Itineraries 1966 

40 1-5

Itineraries 1967 

40 6-7

Itineraries (1968) 

40 8-12

Itineraries (1969) 

40 13-15

Itineraries (1970) 

40 16

Itineraries (1971) 

40 17

Itineraries (1972) 

40 18-20

Itineraries (1973-75) 

41 1

Itineraries--Calendar (1967-74) 

41 2

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 Series 7 Artifacts, Awards and Memorabilia 

Box

Academic stoles, miscellaneous attire and accessories 

Scope and Contents note

Includes black silk(?) clip-on bowtie; 2 black cummerbunds; square black academic graduation cap w/ tassel (mortarboard); 1 green wool scarf (moth eaten); 1 blue, yellow and black graduation stole; 1 dark green and white graduation stole; 1 black, red, white graduation hood, 1 black leather wallet monogramed inside with Golden's name; large pocket watch with chain & fob (Plastic and metal, V.I.P. and Florn on watchface with "Made in England", case made in Germany, monogramed: "Harry Golden Time"); black Yarmulke stamped Temple Israel, Charlotte, NC; leather wallet

HG Artifact 1

Bottle stoppers and corks 

Scope and Contents note

Pair of bottle stoppers, man w/ hat, pipe & umbrella; woman w/ red cloth kerchief (without corks); bottle stopper with cork made in England in the likeness of Bob Hope, measuring approximately 4" long; 1 mechanical bottle stopper with cork (lever in back of head can be manipulated to move eyes and cigar falls out of mouth on elastic string); 1 mechanical bottle stopper with cork (pull-cord on back tilts head and opens/closes arms to simulate concertina playing)

HG Artifact 2

Boy Scouts of America memorabilia 

Scope and Contents note

Boy Scout whistle on chain, 3 "Carl Sandburg Pilgrimage" patches, 4 George Washington medallions, 1 good dead token

97

 Steadman, L. Alice Tuttle Bust of Golden by Lena Alice Tuttle Steadman 

95

Bust of John F. Kennedy 

Scope and Contents note

"A presentation of 65th anniversary convention, I.L.G.W.U., Miami Beach, May 1965"

95

Campaign and association buttons 

Scope and Contents note

Contains political campaign buttons and buttons reflecting mottos and slogans from various associations and organizations: "4 LBJ" political pin "40th Gutstein" pinback button "200 years of participation, dedication, sacrifice" Lower East Side Bicentennial Fair button with slogan under the flags of Israel & USA "Any Woman Can!" pin "Bella" (Abzug) pin "CBC HAWKS" button and ribbon "Celebrate Life" button "Daly IsThe One In 71" campaign pin back button 1 3/8" diam., red, white & blue, accompanied by bumper sticker. "Dedication Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, June 7, 1969" "Don't tread on me" button, yellow w/ green letters and rattlesnake "Drinan, United States Congress" - "Faubus for president" political button "God is love, Give honor to God - Kindness QAR" Blue & white, (Safety fasteners on back) "Hobby for governor" campaign button "Honor America" pin "Humphrey / Muskie" vintage Vari-Vue holographic (flicker) campaign button pin "HUMPHREY -- THE PEOPLE'S DEMOCRAT " 1968 Campaign Button, 1 3/4th in., red, white & blue background w/ white & blue lettering "I put on B'H Tefillin" pinback button reminding Jews to put on their phylacteries "I'm on the Johnson, Humphrey, Kennedy team" original campaign button. "Jackson" (1980 Jesse Jackson Buttons, white letters on red background) "Jewish Defense League" (White, round button w/ power fist against blue Star of David) "Jewish Power, Young Israel ICC, Philadelphia" "Johnson / Humphrey, 1964" Presidential campaign pins "Keep Hanrahan state's attorney" "Kennedy" 1968 Robert Kennedy For President Pinback Buttons "Kiss me I'm Jewish" pin "Love spreads germs" 1960s(?) counterculture pinback button from Free Love Psychedelic era, white letters on purple "McGovern": 1972 George McGovern Ecology Campaign Button "McGovern / Shriver" presidential campaign buttons (various styles) SCCIEF UJA ("United Jewish Appeal" Israel pinback button 1970s. A gold stick-on star was added to the Star of David and taped over) "To seek a better world" Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) pinback button "We are all Zionists" 1960s/70's Jewish power 1 1/2" pin political pin "We support our police and Hanrahan" buttons

44
item

Carolina Israelite wooden sign 

Scope and Contents note

Wooden sign painted black with white lettering, "The carolina israelite" (not capitalized). Appeared to have hung at house/office.

HG Artifact 3
Box

Chutzpah Board game 

Scope and Contents note

Chutzpah Yiddish board game - vintage 1967, made in the USA by The Middle Earth Company. Never opened. Also laid in box, a letter from makers to Golden asking for information on advertising in the "Israelite" and offering the game as a gift along with the best wishes of the company.

93

Foreign currency and stamps 

Scope and Contents note

1958 lira coin from Israel mounted in a keychain; homemade bookmark with 2 small photos of Golden and Anita Brown petting two dogs; assorted foreign currancy (Sealed 1967 Jerusalem Specimen Set of 6 coins distributed by Israel Government Coins and Medals Corporation. Presented to Golden Sept. 13, 1967, 1952 Israel 10 prutot coin, one Argentine banknote 50 Centavos L.1947 ( 1950-51), one 50 centavos series D note (1947?), 1 lira, two South Koran bank notes, circulated (1953-1957 era 100 hwan, 1958-1960 era, 1000 hwan) and Elizabeth II Dei Gratia Regina F.D. 1965 coin. There are also postage stamps from Israel, 1967 Israel Defence Forces victory, "Straights of Tiran" victory and the Israel Western Wall. All commemorate the Six-Day War in the Middle East (tab intact w/ scripture, unused)

96

Harry Golden monogramed brief case 

HG artifact 1

Harry Golden Followers plaque 

Scope and Contents note

Round wooden plaque with bronzed head of Lincoln, with card on reverse, "To Harry Golden on his 67th birthday! from The Harry Golden Followers." Accompanied by honorary membership card to the Followers organization, and a copy of their June 1968 newsletter.

96

Harry Golden 3-D shadow box 

Scope and Contents note

Address of Golden & J. Goldberg written on back, also 3 Mexican stamps

97

Harry Golden Visiting Scholar Award plaque 

Scope and Contents note

Example of the plaques presented to recipients by Atkins Library, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (endowed by Mrs. Anita Stewart Brown). This plaque belonged to Dr. Gerald J. Fitzgerald, recipient of the 2006/2007 award.

96

Honorary diplomas and awards 

Scope and Contents note

UNCC "diploma" for honorary Doctor of Humane Letters awarded to Golden, May 1977, in presentation folder; JCSU diploma and case (Golden's name in gold on cover) and commencement program for ceremony when Golden was presented an honorary doctor of Humane Letters; 1979 NC Literature Award Certificate in presentation folder, copies of Golden's remarks, invitation to ceremony, copy of program.

HG Artifact 1

Magazines, books and clippings 

Scope and Contents note

Various and assorted magazines, newspaper clippings and other printed material found in Golden's office/home : Variety 75th anniversary issues for 1980 January 9 and 1981 January 14 ; Arbos, 1967 November-December (article by Golden in issue) ; United Church Herald, Vol.5, no.2 ; Bnai Zion Voice (vol.LIV, 1980 October/November) ; Exponent, 1960 February 11 (article about Golden in issue) ; Brotherhood,1970 May-June (article by Golden) ; Jewish Frontier (1958 November) article about Golden ; Toward civil rights now (contribution by Golden) ; Abbey Times 92nd graduation commencement address (by Golden) and Baccalaureate sermon (by Bishop Perry) ; "Public right and private preference" Baccalaureate address (by Golden) at the eighth annual commencement of Carver College, 1957 June 2 ; Johns Hopkins Magazine, 1962 April (clipped newspaper articles clipped to inside front cover) ; Vista USA, `972 Spring (article by Golden in issue) ; Hadeassah, 1970 January 1970 (article by Golden in issue) ; Atlanta Weekly, 1980 August 31, 1980 (article by Golden in issue) ; Commentary Library's Jewish Book news, v.3, no.13 ; Travel, 1964 September 1964 (article by Golden in issue) ; Going to college handbook, v. 20 (article by Golden in issue) ; Tar Heel, the Magazine of North Carolina, 1979 January/February (article about Golden in issue) ; "Democratic Cook Book : favorite dishes of famous Democrats" (Golden had a recipe for pot roast in this publication which was a fundraiser for the 8th Ward Evanston Regular Democratic Organization - $1.50) ; "The Celebrity Cookbook" ( Golden had a recipe for holishkas in this publication which was a fundraiser for "Women for:"- a volunteer, non-partisan organization).

98

Membership cards and passes 

Scope and Contents note

Collection of membership cards and passes found in Golden home and office: Fraternal Medical Specialist Service, Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Union of American Hebrew Congregations, Socialist Party U.S.A., NAACP, Screen Actors Guild, Authors Guild, Roanoke Island Historical Association, Alumni Association of the City College of New York, Friars Club, American Jewish Congress, AFTRA, Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, B'Nai B'Rith Gold Menorah, Charlotte (NC) Chamber of Commerce, North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, International Platform Association, Carl Sandburg Association, Grand Street Boys Association, Press pass for Heritage Publish Company, McGovern Million-member Club with lapel pin, United States Senate Chamber pass, press passes to DNC 1960 and 1968, pass for White House Conference on Civil Rights held June 1 and 2, 1966, Dexter Fellows Tent of the Circus Saints & Sinners Club of America (14K), press pass ribbon and medallion to the 1960 RNC, Press pass for Carolina Israelite,

97

Military cap 

Scope and Contents note

Military cap presented to Golden in early 1960s when he visited South Korea. "Hour glass" military insignia on cap represents the 7th Infantry Division, and the Polar Bear insignia represents the 31st Infantry Regiments which was formed in the Philippines in 1916 (nicknamed America's Foreign Legion"). It later became part of the 7th Infantry Division. (See Photograph Album--Pak Ai Orphanage, Korea) Golden was made an honorary member of each division in Korea, and he traveled under orders extending to him the courtesies and facilities accorded a brigadier general. Accompanied by a clipping from Charlotte News with photo of Golden wearing cap and an Army photograph of Golden arriving at Kimpo International Airport on the Korea trip when he spoke to the troops during National Library Week.

HG Artifact 1
Box Folder

Oversize awards 

87 [OF] 1
Box

TKE pledge paddle 1967 

Scope and Contents note

Pledges' names on one side, Harry Golden TKE 102 on the reverse

HG Artifact 1

Yarmulke 

Scope and Contents note

Blue velvet yarmulke or kippah trimmed in gold w/ gold button on top, stamped inside, "Wedding reception, Jon & Penni, May 14, 1972"

HG Artifact 1

Plaques and trophies 

87

Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union, AFL-CIO 1977 

Scope and Contents note

"Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union AFL-CIO proudly presents this award to Harry Golden in recognition of his democratic ideals and service to all Americans, awarded Raleigh, North Carolina, January 8, 1977"

Brotherhood Temple Ohabei Shalom 1968 

Scope and Contents note

"Harry Golden, October 29, 1968, Brotherhood Temple Ohabei Shalom, Brookline, Mass." [Silver presentation bowl"

Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP 1986 

Scope and Contents note

"Posthumous Hall of Fame award to Harry Golden, May 6, 1903-October 2, 1981, unchallenged commitment to human and civil rights presented April 23, 1986, Admas Mark Hotel by Charlotte-Mecklenburg NAACP [presented by] Kelly M. Alexander, Jr., President"

Clarke College 

Scope and Contents note

"Thanksgiving Award, Harry Golden 1968, Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa"

Histadrut Scholarship Fund Committee 1977 

Scope and Contents note

"Harry Golden for generous sponsorship of a Histadrut perpetual scholarship which enables worthy youngsters in Israel to acquire skills and develop into wholesome citizens of a democratic society. Presented by The Histadrut Scholarship Fund Committee, from the American Trade Union Council for Histadrut, Matthew Schoenwald, chairman and the North Carolina Trade Union Council for Histadrut, Wilbur Hobby, Chairman"

IUE, AFL-CIO / Timothy D. Sullivan Association 1911-1960 

Scope and Contents note

2 ribbons/badges in golden frame. One for the 1911 annual outing of Timothy D. Sullivan Assoc. The other for International Union of Electrical Radio & Machine Workers 1960 convention (Golden was guest speaker)

Industrial Union Department AFL-CIO 1977 

Scope and Contents note

"Industrial Union Department AFL-CIO honors Harry Golden in grateful appreciation of his service to this nation's workers, awarded Raleigh North Carolina, January 8, 1977"

Keys to the cities of... 

Scope and Contents note

Framed presentation box containing the keys to the following cities which had been awarded to Mr. Golden: San Bernardino City ; Stamford, Conn. ; Charlotte, N.C. ; Sacramento, Calif. ; Miami Beach, Fla. ; Omaha, Neb. ; Livonia, Mich. ; Hazleton, Pa. ; Springfield, Ill.

North Carolina AFL-CIO 1977 

Scope and Contents note

"North Carolina AFL-CIO proudly presents this token of our appreciation to Harry Golden in recognition of his service to mankind, awarded Raleigh, N.C., January 8, 1977"

item

Stephen Wise Free Synagogue Men's Club 1963 

Scope and Contents note

"To Harry Golden, who in written and spoken word, elequently conveys to an ever increasing audience the Judaic ideal of brotherhood and the American ideal of freedom, Men's Club, Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, October 1963"

unboxed

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 Series 8 Indexes 

Index (1960-73)   one two-drawer metal index card box containing index to columns written by Harry Golden.

Box
48

Indexes   one small metal index card box containing miscellaneous indexes, including “About H.G,” “H.G. Writing,” “Periodicals,” “Titles of Articles,” “Reviews” and “Quotes.”

Box
49

Index (1960-71)   one small cardboard index card box containing index, “Speeches Done.”

Box
50

Indexes   one small metal index card box containing miscellaneous indexes, including speeches and appearances, personal contacts and information, and columns written by Golden.

Box
51

Index   one two-drawer metal index card box containing alphabetical index of references to individuals and organizations made in Golden’s books and columns.

Box
52

Index   one two-drawer metal index card box containing alphabetical index, “Books in Harry Golden Library.”

Box
53

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 Series 9 Audiovisual Materials 

Audiovisual Materials (1969)   

Scope and Contents note

“Whispering Hope” and “Drowsy Waters”; one audiotape to Harry Golden from “Jarrett” of Central Piedmont Community College; one cassette audiotape, “Israel” (1969); two eleven-inch audiotapes containing interviews of Harry Golden for “The Godfrey Show” on WBT radio (undated) and for WINZ radio in Miami Florida (undated); and a seven-inch audiotape (undated) of “A Southerner Looks at Integration,” an address given by Golden to the Jewish Labor Committee’s Third National Trade Union Conference on Civil Rights. Includes: Golden interview (n.d.), WINZ Radio, Miami, at North Miami Beach Civic Center Forum (7 1/2; 1425 feet); and Golden interview (n.d.), Arthur Godfrey, WBT Radio, Charlotte (7 1/2; 1405 feet). There is an audio cassette for a contribution by Golden to WBT (10/2/1981), a tape by Andrea Cooper labeled "Harry House Tour, 6/9/92"; an audiocassette labeled "Harry Interview." There is a DVD of the NET program, The Creative Person: The World of Harry Golden" and a VHS tape of Robin Brabham interviewing Anita Brown, 4/13/1999. Also includes the reel-to-reel film, Glass of Warmth, and the reel-to-reel of the World of Harry Golden and a poor quality DVD of the same.

Box
54

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 Series 10 Financial Papers 

Box Folder

American Commercial Bank (1959) 

41 3

Business Accounts List (1966-67) 

41 4

Central Piedmont Community College (1969-73)   INQUIRY RE. ELIZABETH AVENUE PROPERTIES

41 5

Contributions and Donations (1960-79) 

41 6-7

Financial Statements--Carolina Israelite (1953-68) 

41 8

Financial Statements--Columns (1959-72) 

41 9-10

Financial Statements--United Feature Syndicate (1973-75) 

63 9
Box

Golden Fund for Negro Voting--Check Ledger (1962-73) 

57
Box Folder

Greenbaum, Maurice (1967-70, 1974) 

41 11

Greenbaum, Maurice--Contracts and Taxes (1958-66) 

41 12-14

Hausmann, Jack--Lawsuit Data (1959-61) 

41 15
Box

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1957) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1958) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1959) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1960) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1961) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1962) 

55

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1963) 

56

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1964) 

56

Journal--Deposits--Advertisements and Subscriptions (1966) 

56

Journal--Cash Receipts--Advertisements (1962) 

56

Journal--Payroll (1963-64) 

56

Journal--Subscriptions (n.d.) 

56

Ledger--Receipts--Subscribers (1961-62) 

57
Box Folder

Miscellaneous Financial Papers (1953-63, 1976) 

41 16

Payments Received (1966-75) 

41 17

Reynolds & Company Brokerage (1961-76) 

41 18

Royalty Statements (1959-76) 

41 19-21

Royalty Statements--Sales Recaps (1960-72) 

41 22

Securities Listings (1959-73) 

41 23

Solomon, David Alan 

41 23b

Stock Book (1953-66) 

65 8

Stockholders' Correspondence (1955-72) 

41 24-26

Taxes--State and Federal (1952-68) 

41 27-28

Taxes--State and Federal (1969-75) 

42 1

Taxes--State and Federal--Correspondence (1958-76) 

42 2

United Features Syndicate--Author Statements (1973-75) 

65 9

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 Series 11 Biographical, Family, Friends and Personal Papers 

Box Folder

Academic Research on Harry Golden (1960, 1988-89) 

42 3

Affadavit, Bishop James Cannon, Jr. (1937) 

65 10

Autobiographical Materials (n.d.) 

42 4-5

Autobiographical Materials (1964) 

65 11

Bibliography--"Writings by Harry Golden" (1969) 

42 6

Biographical Materials (1963-81) 

42 7

Books Donated by Harry Golden--List(s) and Letters of Acknowledgement from Various Sources undated 

42 8
Volume

Brown, Anita S.--Scrapbook about Golden 

Scope and Contents note

Brown's scrapbook of clipped articles concerning Golden's death, also some sympathy correspondence and copy of the eulogy. A document entitled, "Survey and research report on the Moore-Golden House," was found in the scrapbook, also.

Scrapbook A
Box Folder

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission 

42 8b

Estate Papers and Documents for Funeral/Burial Arrangements 1981-1982 

42 9

Family Correspondence (1957-78, n.d.) 

42 10

Family Papers 

42 11

Fisher, Dorothy--Correspondence (1960-73) 

42 12

Fisher, Leonard--Correspondence (1963-75) 

42 13

Golden, Harry Jr.--Correspondence (1950-75, n.d.) 

42 14

Golden, Harry Jr.--Newspaper Clippings, Writings 

42 15

Goldhurst, Clara--Correspondence (1960-74, n.d.) 

42 16-17

Goldhurst, Genevieve--Correspondence (1959-79, undated) 

42 18-19

Goldhurst, Genevieve--Separation Agreement 1961-1971 

42 20

Goldhurst, Jack--Correspondence (1951-72, n.d.) 

42 21

Goldhurst, Joe and Gussie--Correspondence (1963-78) 

42 22

Goldhurst, Matilda--Correspondence (1959-69) 

42 23

Goldhurst, Max--Correspondence (1962-80, n.d.) 

42 24

Goldhurst, Richard--Articles (n.d.) 

42 25-26

Goldhurst, Richard--Correspondence (1953-75, n.d.) 

42 27

Goldhurst, William--Articles and News Clippings (1962-82) 

43 1

Goldhurst, William--Correspondence (1952-76, n.d.) 

43 2

Goldhurst, William--Harry Golden Condolences (1981) 

43 3

Goldhurst, William--Harry Golden Memorial Banquet (1983) 

43 4

Guestbook (1962-75) 

43 5

Health and Medical Bills (1963-67) 

43 6
Box

Institute For Information and Communication in Israel--Certificate (1971) 

76
Box Folder

Insurance Papers (1953-63) 

65 12

Kinsolving Sermon Referencing Golden 1962 May 6 

Scope and Contents note

"Who spake by the Prophets," a sermon preached at Grace Episcopal Church in Providence, Rhode Island by Reverend Lester Kinsolving.

Box Folder

Lawsuits (1958-66) 

43 7

Memorials, Obituaries and Friends Register for Funeral (1981) 

43 8

Miscellaneous Essay Notes (n.d.) 

65 13

Miscellaneous Essays and Lyrics (n.d.) 

43 9

Party Invitation Lists (1960-64) 

43 10

Passports and Identification (1941-69) 

43 11

Postcards and Greeting Cards 

43 12
Volume

Scrapbook of articles from Raleigh Clipping Service 1956-1962 

Scrapbook B
Box Folder

Sixty-Second Birthday Party and other birthdays of Golden's 

43 13

Sympathy, condolence and expressions of concern sent to family and Anita Brown regarding Golden's passing 

Scope and Contents note

Includes florist cards, letters, telegrams, and cards sent in the weeks after Golden's death. One letter stands out as hate-mail with vicious remarks towards Jews and delight in Golden's suffering and passing sent from John Anderson of Bayside, California to the defunct Carolina Israelite. There is also correspondence to or from Brown dealing with simple business matters such as refunds requested before Golden's death.

Box
101
Folder
1-5

Cards with or without notes 

Florist cards 

Hate mail about Golden's death 

Letters and personal notes not with greeting cards 

Telegrams 

University of North Carolina at Charlotte Atkins Library--Notes from the Past 

43 13b

Wills and Powers of Attorney (1960-76) 

43 14

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 Series 12 Photographs 

Box Folder

Correspondence Related to Photographs 1961-1981 

58 1
Box

Photograph Album--Life Magazine 1958 

Scope and Contents note

Contains photographs taken in August, 1958 by Life magazine photographer Greg Villet for an article, “Harry Golden Close-Up.” About half of the photos were taken in Charlotte and include scenes of the Carolina Israelite office and staff; other images are of Golden and Carl Sandburg at Connemara and of Golden in New York City; and several photos of Golden in a Ford Falcon, taken by Cornell Capa for a Ford advertisement which ran in Life. Presented to Golden by Dick Stalley and Greg Villet.

76

Photograph Album--Pak Ai Orphanage, Korea 1957-1962 

76
Box Folder

Photographs--Greatest Jewish City in the World 

58 2-5

Photographs--Greatest Jewish City in the World--Not used 

58 6

Photographs--Harry Golden 


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Mixed materials   58 7-8

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 Series 6.1 Public Speeches 

Box Folder

Adas Shalom Men's Club / American Jewish Congress Council 

Scope and Contents note

Promotional material for the annual interfaith meeting of Adas Shalom Men's Club and American Jewish Congress Council with members of the Mayflower Congregational Church invited to participate. Golden, dubbed "The North Carolina Will Rogers" would speak on "Segregation and You."

37 24

American Civil Liberties Union of Florida 

Scope and Contents note

Golden spoke at the eleventh annual banquet of the ACLU of Florida on 19966 December 10.

37 24b

American Dream (1959-69) 

37 25

American Idea/Way of Life (1965-74) 

37 26

American Indian (1971) 

37 27

Anti-Semitism (1959-66) 

37 28

Assistance League of Bon Secours Hospital 

Scope and Contents note

Flyer promoting upcoming speaking engagement of Golden to talk on "Only in America."

37 28a

B'Nai B'rith 

Scope and Contents note

Golden was speaker at the second annual joint installation-banquet for the B'Nai B'rith held at Temple Israel in Kinston, NC on 1955 March 12.

37 28b

Bill of Rights (1966) 

37 29

Business (1964-69) 

37 30

Civil Rights (1957-76) 

37 31-35

Civitan Club 1954-1956 

Scope and Contents note

Note of appreciation from the Civitan Club of Charlotte, NC for a presentation by Golden at their meeting on 1954 October 1 ; program for a meeting of the Gastonia (NC) Civitan Club on 1956 February 8 when Golden spoke on the topic of "Brotherhood."

37 35b

Colleges/Universities (1956-65) 

37 36-38

Debs, Eugene V. (1962-68) 

37 39

Democratic Party (1965-72) 

37 40

Drinan, Rev. Robert F. (1970) 

37 41

Edmisten, Rufus (1974) 

37 42

Education (1960-70) 

37 43

Elks Grand Lodge, Miami, Florida 

Scope and Contents note

Golden was presented the Lovejoy Award and addressed the attendees of the Elks' Civil Liberties Program, 1964 August 24.

37 43b

Flouridation (1966) 

37 44

Friends of Haywood County Library 

Scope and Contents note

Speech made to public library in Waynesville, NC.

37 44b

Henry, George (1966) 

37 45

Gerontology (1972) 

37 46

Good Fellows Club (1957) 

37 47

Har Sinai Congregation Brotherhood 

Scope and Contents note

Speech made to the Brotherhood in Baltimore, Md, 1975 September 30.

37 47b

Henry, O. (1968) 

37 48

High Schools (1959-71) 

37 49

Humanities and Science (1964-72) 

37 50

Humor (1964) 

37 51

Institute of Human Relations 1957 

Scope and Contents note

Program for the second annual "Brotherhood Week" held 1957 February 10-12 in the Lenoir County Courthouse, Kinston, NC and sponsored by Lenoir County Inter-Racial Committee. The theme of the institute was "Facets of Brotherhood" and Golden spoke the last evening on the topic, "Global Aspects of Brotherhood."

37 51b

The Irish undated 

37 52

Israel, Bonds For (1965-72) 

37 53

J. Walton Wilson Symposium 

Scope and Contents note

Golden spoke at North Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC) on the topic, "Role of literature in man's quest for truth."

37 54

Jewish Audience (1959-76) 

38 1-2

Jewish-Christian Relations (1956-72) 

38 3

Jewish Conciliation Board of America 

Scope and Contents note

Acting chairman of the board, Golden introduced the keynote speaker, Hon. Simon E. Sobeloff, at the celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Founding of the Jewish Conciliation Board of America and the 35th anniversary of the presidency of Dr. Israel Goldstein.

38 3b

Jewish Humor (1963-71) 

38 4

Jewish Subjects 1963-1978 

38 5

John Birch Society (1961) 

38 6

Journalism (1959-75) 

38 7

Keller, Helen (1969) 

38 8

Kennedy, John F. (1960-64) 

38 9

King, Martin Luther (1964) 

38 10

Labor Unions (1972) 

38 11

Liberalism (1964-65) 

38 12

Libraries (1960-72) 

38 13

Maryland-Delaware Press Association 1966 

Scope and Contents note

Golden to the Rehobeth Beach (Del.) meeting of the press association on 1966 September 10.

38 13a

McGovern, George (1973) 

38 14

Misc. Speeches 1960-1972 

38 15

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Chicago Branch 

38 15b

Nixon, Richard M. (1972) 

38 16

North Carolina Heart Association (1965) 

38 17

Oak Ridge Arts Council 

Scope and Contents note

Golden spoke at the Oak Ridge Playhouse in Oak Ridge, Tn. on "Only in America"

38 17b

Politics (1960-76) 

38 18

The Press (1962-69) 

38 19

Psychiatry (1966-67) 

38 20

Reading (1961) 

38 21

Religion (1958-75) 

38 22-23

Sandburg, Carl 

38 24

Shakespeare, William (1963-64) 

38 25

Social Work (1963) 

38 26

Socialism (1969) 

38 27

The South (1964-65) 

38 28

Stevenson, Adlai (1960) 

38 29

"Sweet Daddy Grace" 1957 

Scope and Contents note

Golden wrote about Bishop Charles Manuel "Sweet Daddy" Grace (born Marcelino Manuel da Graca) in articles, editorials, etc. This file is 3 large poster boards with photos of Daddy Grace and his ministry mounted. At least one board appears to be lacking (photos 4-6 out of a total of 10 photos). The captions read, "Daddy Grace, Saviour on McDowell Street. Daddy Grace, the only Saviour, ... the boyfriend of all mankind, ... this world will end when he's gone."

89 [OF] 2
Box

Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire 

Scope and Contents note

Black and white photos enlarged and mounted on cardboard. Pictures are from the famous NYC Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, 1911 March 25. Golden wrote about the fire in "Only in America."

91

Unitarian Church of Charlotte 1976 Decenber 29 

Scope and Contents note

U.U. Voices newsletter announcing Golden to speak at Sunday morning worship on 1977 January 2 on the topic, "The Rise of the Southern Middle Class and God."

Box Folder

United Nations (1968) 

38 30

Vietnam (n.d.) 

38 31

Williamsburg International Assembly 1966 June 12-15 

Scope and Contents note

Golden spoke on "The American dream: myth or reality" at the tenth annual assembly presented by The Williamsburg Forum Series in Williamsburg, Va.

38 31a

Zionist Cultural Institute of the Winnipeg Zionist Men's Clubs 

Scope and Contents note

Golden spoke on the topic, "Delancy Street to the Suburbs - U.S. Jewry's Pilgrimage" on 1956 November 18.

38 31b