Guide to the Jerome Agel Research Collection
1951, 1970s-early 1980s

AR 7269

Processed by Yakov Illich Sklar

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Electronic finding aid was encoded in EAD 2002 by Yakov Illich Sklar in December 2011. Description is in English.
June 05, 2013  Links to digital objects added in Container List.

Descriptive Summary

Creator:Agel, Jerome
Title: Jerome Agel Research Collection
Dates:1951, 1970s-1980s
Abstract: The Jerome Agel Research Collection includes materials collected by Jerome Agel in preparation for the book Deliverance in Shanghai which was published in 1983. The book tells the story of Jewish immigrants in Shanghai during World War II.
Languages: The collection is in English with some German.
Quantity: 1 linear foot.
Identification: AR 7269
Repository: Leo Baeck Institute
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Biographical Note

Jerome Agel is the author of more than forty major books. He has collaborated with Marshall McLuhan, Carl Sagan, Stanley Kubrick, Herman Kahn, and Issac Asimov. His most recent works include the nonfiction novel Deliverance in Shanghai and The U.S. Constitution for Everyone.

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Scope and Content Note

The Jerome Agel Research Collection includes materials collected by Jerome Agel in preparation for the book Deliverance in Shanghai which was published in 1983. The book tells the story of Jewish immigrants in Shanghai during World War II.

Included here are printed materials, correspondence with former residents of Shanghai, interviews, and memoirs. A small portion of Jerome Agel’s manuscript is also included.

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Arrangement

The collection consists of a single series:

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Access and Use

Access Restrictions

Open to researchers.

Access Information

Collection is digitized. Follow the links in the Container List to access the digitized materials.

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Access Points

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Preferred Citation

Published citations should take the following form:

Identification of item, date (if known);Jerome Agel Research Collection; AR 7269; box number; folder number; Leo Baeck Institute.

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Container List

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

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Jerome Ager Research Collection, 1951, 1970s-early 1980s

This collection is in English with some German.
1 linear foot.
Arrangement:

Alphabetical

Scope and Content:

The Jerome Agel Research Collection includes materials collected by Jerome Agel in preparation for the book Deliverance in Shanghai which was published in 1983. The book tells the story of Jewish immigrants in Shanghai during World War II.

Included here are printed materials, correspondence with former residents of Shanghai, interviews, and memoirs. A small portion of Jerome Agel’s manuscript is also included.

BoxFolderTitleDate
11Correspondence1979-1982
12Interrogation reportsundated
  

US Military Intelligence Service Center

 
13Deliverance in Shanghaiundated
  

draft

 
14Notes and listsundated
15Printed materials1970s
  

with annotations

 
16Printed materials1970s-1980s
17Printed materials1970s-1980s
18Printed materials1970s-1980s
19Clippings1980s
  

articles by J. Agel and others

 
110Recollections of immigration and life in Shanghai1979-1981
  

various individuals

 
111Recollections of immigration and life in Shanghaiundated, 1951, 1970s
  

various individuals

 
112Recollections of immigration and life in Shanghaiundated, 1972
  

various individuals

 
113Jarblum, Laura Margolis1977
  

interviews

 
114Gershen, Ada Huettnerundated
  

memoirs

 
115Tischler, Henry Ludwig1976
  

Free Society of Captives: Towards the Development of a Theory of Restricted Communities

 
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