H. Arthur Klein (b. 1907) was a journalist and author. He lived in Berlin and London, and worked for news services as a feature
writer and reporter. The collection consists of Klein's correspondence, manuscripts, publishers files, researchers files,
photographs, diaries, card indexes, and bibliographies.
Klein was born in 1907 in New York City; graduated from Stanford University; became publicist, teacher, and writer; lived
in Berlin and London and worked for news services as a feature writer and reporter; published works include The peoples of Israel: fifty-seven centuries of presence (c.1986).
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75 cartons (75 linear ft.)
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