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Harry Golden Papers

Harry Golden
Harry Golden was an American Jewish writer and newspaper publisher known for his civil rights activism in the South. He was the editor and publisher of the Carolina Israelite. The bi-monthly newspaper consisted primarily of essays and writings by Golden.

A best-selling author, Golden published books on a range of topics including social activism, the Jewish experience, and his friend Carl Sandburg.

The Harry Golden Papers - Pt. 1 and Harry Golden Papers - Pt. 2 at J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections are comprised of personal and professional materials related to Golden’s role as an editor, a publisher, and a civil rights activist.