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Hillel Post, Hillel Bulletin, and Hillel Magazine (Digital Surrogates)

Digital surrogates for The Hillel Post (1929-47) and the Hillel Bulletin (1924-28), the newsletter of the Hillel Foundation, sponsored at the University of Illinois by the B'nai B'rith, and containing news articles on foundation activities, calendars, columns on social, dramatic and sports activities, editorials, notices of religious services and celebrations, and advertisements. Articles contain reports of lectures in the Hillel Forum series (1924-1941). Also contains duplicates of Hillel Post, Volume XVII, 1940-41, bound together by, or owned by, Nathan I. Lieberman.