Manuscript Group 1320, Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein (1892 – 1991), Lawyer Papers, 1918 – 1950
Archives Documents, Manuscripts, Maps, & Photographs
Manuscript Group 1320, Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein (1892 – 1991), Lawyer
Papers, 1918-1950, 0.25 linear feet / 1 small manuscript box
Call Number: MG 1320
Collection of papers and memorabilia relating to Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein, a prominent Newark attorney. Blume-Silverstein was the first female lawyer in New Jersey to represent without assistance a defendant in a murder case. She was also a co-founder of the World Jewish Congress.
Gift of Nathan Silverstein, 1990.
Consolidated Equipment Corp. vs. Edward Service Station
Great Temple of Divine Love
Lease Between Harry Hammer & Harry & Morris Kenarik
N.J. State Association of Spiritualists
Weequahic Benevolent Assoc., Act of Incorporation 1931
Miscellaneous Form Letter Endorsing James Henry Harrison for N.J. Governor 1928
Business Cards: Elizabeth & Ruth Blume
Contemporary Club Membership Card 1949 n.d.
Receipts Newspaper Clippings
Articles on Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein 1925, 1995
Business Letterhead: Elizabeth Blume, Max Silverstein n.d.
Pfeifer, Otto & Margaret: Real Estate Tax Bill & Postcards 1924-1928
Commercial Flyers & Notices