Correspondence, legislative bills, Congressional records, notes, resolutions, speeches, articles, newsclippings, and miscellaneous material. Topics include immigration, anti-Semitism, and Palestine. Correspondents include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jane Addams, Grace Abbott, Josephus Daniels, Stephen S. Wise, Samuel Gompers, Joseph P. Tumulty, and Julius Rosenwald. Inventory available
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Chiefly autobiographical and biographical material about Sabath, collected or written by fellow Czech immigrant J.L. Tupy, who worked closely with Sabath in the 1930s. Includes correspondence and biographical sketches of Sabath; memoirs, speeches, articles, and scripts by or about him; Tupy papers consisting of correspondence, notebook, radio addresses, reports to the House Select Committee to Investigate Real Estate Bondholders' Reorganizations, of which Sabath was chairman, memoir of Tupy's association with T.G. Masaryk, and real estate ledger (1926-1930); miscellaneous mss. of writings; volumes of the Congressional Record (1908-1944), and Yearbook of Agriculture (1942-1944); and other printed matter. Subjects include Sabath's role in the working class movement in Chicago, Ill., 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. ... Read More
American Jewish Archives - Jacob Rader Marcus Center
Contains materials pertaining to the forty-six year congressional career of Adolph J. Sabath. The collection includes correspondence, legislative bills, notes, resolutions, speeches, articles, photographs, newsclippings, and miscellaneous materials.
This collection consists of professional papers of United States Congressman Adolph J. Sabath and items collected by J.L. Tupy on Sabath's life and career. Included are handwritten and typed correspondence, biographical notes, text of speeches about immigration and other topics, reports, diaries, articles, items of social ephemera, a telegram from Harry S. Truman to A.J. Sabath, a photograph of A.J. Sabath, items concerning Woodrow Wilson, papers about Czech Day at the World Exposition in Chicago in 1893, typed transcriptions of notes taken by J.L. Tupy, recording Sabath's memoirs, and collected printed items. Most of the nineteenth-century items are printed publications in Czech. The volume is a financial ledger of J.L. Tupy