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Box 1


Contains 8 Results:

General Correspondence, 1911-1936

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
to Elihu Grant. Jerusalem, 1914 2/26. Is 3 months into required stint as a soldier. Goes to Ramallah every Sunday. Wants Ermina [Jones] to finish college before they marry. to Elihu Grant. New York, 1912 2/1. No longer has the enthusiasm for studying he had when at Brumanna and Oak Grove. States belief that the main solution to educational problems is economic -- giving boys with education work to keep them in their homelands -just teaching them the English language is not...
Dates: 1911-1936

Correspondence re: Palestine, 1936

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
to Harold MacMichael. Ramallah, n.d. (1936?) Totah believes: The fence set up by Britain between Palestine and Syria should be taken down. The creation of an Arab Union would aid settlement of the Middle East. Many returning from Iraq found pro-Nazi sentiment was said to be due to Zionism. When asked about a German ascendancy, some said better that which they do not know than that which they have known for 20 years. Arab public is said to prefer the British to the French in Syria. Informed the British must show their good faith to the...
Dates: 1936