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From Leon Keyserling (Oldest son), 1934

 File — Box: 5, Folder: 3

Scope and Contents

From Washington, DC; discusses Sen. Wagner and his work; Leon's opinion that the Depression was ending too soon; he felt the country did not get to a state which would have caused real reform; reveals that a book by Rex Tugwell, Our Economic Society and its Problems, was written almost entirely by him (Leon); re. Sen. Wagner's work (and Leon's) on an anti-lynching bill; approval of the Wagner Bill; confession that he does not know much about the country's agricultural problems as his focus was more on industry; details the many projects and bills he worked on in Washington.


  • Creation: 1934


Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.


From the Collection: 9.0 linear feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

From the Collection: Yiddish

Repository Details

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