Charles A. Smith papers: 1926-1958 (bulk 1926-1934)
Charles A. Smith papers
Smith, Charles A. (Charles Abram)
0.5 linear feet
Smith was a Detroit, Mich. Jewish dentist, philanthropist, and Freemason who was involved with and supported the state Republican Party. He served as a Chairman of the Wayne County Delegation to the Republican Progressive League in 1928-1929 and served as a Wayne County Chief Deputy Clerk in the 1930s. Smith advised and corresponded with many Michigan Republican politicians, among them Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg and Michigan governor Fred W. Green, as well as judges, attorneys, physicians, and business people.
The collection includes correspondence with Michigan Senator Arthur Vandenberg, Governor Fred W. Green, politicians Howard C. Lawrence and Seth Q. Pulver, Judge Charles Rubiner, among others, on various political topics and current political events. The collection also includes Smith's personal and business correspondence. Also materials relating to Smith's philanthropic and advocacy work for the Jewish community.
2017052 Aa 2
The material is in English
Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.Finding aid created by Olga Virakhovskaya, November 2017.
Ann Arbor, MI
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