Manuscripts Department, Special Collections Division, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.
New Orleans, LA
1849-1952, 4 boxes and 237 volumes.
The papers include chiefly autobiographical and biographical material about Adolph Joachim Sabath, collected or written by fellow Czech immigrant J.L. Tupy, who worked closely with Adolph Sabath in the 1930s. The papers contain correspondence and biographical sketches of Adolph Sabath, memoirs, speeches, articles, and scripts by or about him. The papers also include materials of J.L. Tupy, consisting of correspondence, a notebook, radio addresses, reports to the House Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondholders' Reorganizations of which Adolph Sabath was chairman, a memoir of J.L. Tupy's association with T.G. Masaryk, and a real estate ledger (1926-1930). There are miscellaneous manuscripts of writings, volumes of the Congressional Record (1908-1944), the Yearbook of Agriculture (1942-1944), and other printed matter. Subjects covered in the papers include Adolph Sabath's role in the working class movement in Chicago, his activities in the New Deal, Czech immigrants in the U.S., the Bohemian nobleman Count Lützow and the U.S., and the contribution of Woodrow Wilson towards the independence of Czechoslovakia. A finding aid is available published in the National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the United States.
American Jewish Archives
1903-1952, 3.3 linear feet.
The papers of Adolph Joachim Sabath include correspondence, legislative bills, copies of Congressional Record, notes, resolutions, speeches, articles, newsclippings, and miscellaneous material. Topics covered in the papers include immigration, anti-Semitism, and Palestine. An inventory for the papers is available in the repository and online.
Midwest Manuscript Collection
In the Carter H. Harrison IV Papers, ca. 1637-1953, 11.25 cubic feet.
Correspondents include Adolph Joachim Sabath. An unpublished inventory for the papers is available in the library.
Yale University Library
Manuscripts and Archives
New Haven, CT
In the Harry Weinberger Papers, 1915-1944, 21.5 linear feet.
Subjects covered in the papers include Adolph Joachim Sabath. An unpublished finding aid for the papers is available in the repository.
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