Found in 147 Collections and/or Records:
The Gussie K. Singer City of Hope Collection consists of tribute books, newsletters, certificates, and other papers, including a 1971 tribute book honoring Harry Bronstein.
The materials in this collection were donated to the Jewish Historical Society of San Diego in 2008 by Norma Peskin and Debra Bronstein. It was transferred to the Library and Information Access December 21, 2010.
The collection focuses primarily on international foreign relations from a social and political perspective. The time period for this material starts in the early 1900’s and extends until the late 1980’s.
The collection is divided into seven series. Each series is further divided into local, regional, national and international sections.
The collection consists of personal and professional incoming and outgoing correspondence, research, lectures, and unpublished papers, and Stone's obituary. Correspondents include many of the chief librarians from the nation's top universities at the time, and the Dean of the Library School at the University of Chicago, Louis R. Wilson.