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Letter from Emily Balch to Ellen Brinton, December 11, 1939
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written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (11 December 1939) , 2 page(s)
Another short letter about the progress of Ella Kulka’s affidavit, which is going to Margaret Jones. Balch hopes the Kulkas will be here before Christmas. Refugees from Nazism.
written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (11 December 1939) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Emily Balch to Ellen Brinton, December 1939
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written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (December 1939) , 2 page(s)
This letter refers to the affidavits needed for Ella Kulka, who seems to be staying with Brinton, once she arrives in the US. Balch writes that Mrs. Leurs prepared the affidavit for Kulka. Refugees from Nazism.
written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) (December 1939) , 2 page(s)
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Letter from Emily Balch to Ellen Brinton, February 6, 1939
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written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
Written in Wellesley, Mass. Seeking help from Brinton on affidavits for Rosa Kulka’s two nieces and four other relatives from Brunn, (Brno, Czechoslovakia) including information on their home stay once they arrive. Balch also writes of needing help finding “prospects” from Brinton, refugees from Nazism.
written by Emily Greene Balch, 1867-1961, in Ellen Starr Brinton Papers, 1895-1980, of Swarthmore College Peace Collection (Box 1, Folder "Czechoslovakia: corres. among ESB, E.G. Balch, and Kulka, Pollak, and Siebenstein families, 1939-1941") (Swarthmore, PA) , 2 page(s)
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