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Roy G. Rosenthal papers, 1914-1974

Overview of the Collection

Rosenthal, Roy G
Roy G. Rosenthal papers
1914-1974 (inclusive)
.14 cubic foot (including 1 sound cassette) plus 17 pages
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University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
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Accession No. 2352-001: Rosenthal Roy G papers, 1974Return to Top

.14 cubic foot (includes 1 sound cassette)

Scope and Content: Tape-recorded interview conducted by M. Kaplan covering 1900-1940, with transcript, Oct. 14, 1974; photograph, and ephemera related to Pi Tau Pi (fraternity).

In his interview with Mrs. Kaplan, Mr. Rosenthal discusses his life in Dawson during the Klondike Gold Rush days, the beginning of the University Herald, John Reed, a pioneer in community papers, Lyle Spencer of Montesano, "Montesano Vidette" (possibly the oldest coummnity paper in Washington) Jewish activity in Montesano, B'nai B'rith, description of development of the University District, his acting in Meany Hall productions, University Glee Club, "Jewish Transcript" first in Seattle printed and edited by Herman Horowitz.

Restrictions on Access: Access restricted: For terms of access, contact Special Collections.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Roy Rosenthal, 10/21/1974.

Rosenthal Roy G papers

Accession No. 2352-002: Roy G. Rosenthal writing, 1914Return to Top

17 pages

Scope and Content: Writing, "History of the Jews of Seattle."

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Informant's/creator's rights dedicated to the public. May be used for research, instruction, publication or similar purposes.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Jack Steinberg, 2/2/1978.

Roy G. Rosenthal writing