Julius Bernstein Papers

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29 linear feet (58 MB, 1 flat)

In his teens, Julius Bernstein became active in the Young People's Socialist League and for many years served as State Secretary of the Socialist Party in Massachusetts. Along with his wife, they were lifelong members of the Workmen's Circle and parents to Eugene Debs and Stanley Bernstein. In 1948 Bernstein started working for the Jewish Labor Committee in Boston where human rights, civil rights, and labor matters were of tantamount importance.

The Julius Bernstein Collection consists of printed material—periodicals, pamphlets, flyers,
clippings and organizational publications—related to race relations, education, labor unions,
Jewish issues and socialism.

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