A collection of personal letters, booklets, ephemera et cet. of Maurice Adelman (1932-1999). Includes pamphlets, magazines, photographs, autographed literature and miscellaneous materia. The collection contains a large number of informational booklets related to the histories of Catholic churches throughout the United States and Europe (from the 1950s to the 1990s). Also of note is the ephemera of Dr. James B. Donovan, former President of the Pratt Institute and foreign negotiator for the United States.
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Maurice Adelman attended Kenyon College for two years, after which he graduated from Brown University and earned a law degree at Georgetown University. He practiced law in New York City for twenty-five years and retired to Savannah, Georgia in 1994. He served as a treasurer and board member of the Flannery O'Connor Home Foundation.