Simon Litman Papers, 1865-1965 | University of Illinois Archives
Germany - Politics and Government
Japan - Politics and Government
Poland - History and Geography
Russia - History and Geography
Transoceanic Corporation of the United States
World War I - Costs and Finances
World War I - Diplomacy and Politics
World War II - Costs and Finance
World War II - Diplomacy and Politics
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Papers of Simon Litman (1873-1973), professor of economics (1908-44), including correspondence, clippings, manuscripts, publications, photographs, awards, and notes on international trade; Russia (1905-55) in the World Wars; the Department of Economics; published speeches, articles and reviews (1903-50); the Menorah Association and Hillel Foundation (1916-57); Israel; the Transoceanic Corporation of the United States (1926-42); friends and travel. The series includes Litman's autobiography, Looking Back, (1963) and a biographical sketch of his wife, Rachel Frank Litman (1956). Correspondents include Ernest L. Bogart (1918-051), Abraham Epstein (1946-58), Benjamin Goldstein (1834-60), David Kinley (1910-42), Edward Nickoley (1925-36), Ivan Racheff (1949-63), and Abram L. Sachar (1942-55).
Related materials on Simon and Ray Frank Litman may be found at the American Jewish Historical Society, 15 W. 16th St, New York, New York. Phone 212-294-6160.