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Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), 1891-1970

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  • Fuller Name

    • Herbert Brutus
  • Variants

    • Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), b. 1891
    • Ehrmann, Herbert Brutus, 1891-1970
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    • Birth Place

        Louisville (Ky.)
    • Death Place

        Brookline (Mass.)
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), b. 1891
  • Sources

    • found: Criminal justice in Cleveland, c1922:t.p. (Herbert B. Ehrmann)
    • found: LC in OCLC, 8-2-90(hdg.: Ehrmann, Herbert Brutus, 1891- ; usage: Herbert B. Ehrmann)
    • found: American Jewish Historical Society, via WWW, October 15, 2014(Guide to the Papers of Herbert Brutus Ehrmann (1891-1970); Herbert B. Ehrmann was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1891; he graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and practiced law in Boston, Massachusetts; in 1917 he married Sara Emilie Rosenfeld; with William G. Thompson, he served as associate counsel for Sacco and Vanzetti during the closing years of their trial; he wrote two books, The Untried Case and The Case that Will Not Die, about the trial and also wrote articles, an additional book, and a play, "Under this Roof," which was produced on Broadway in 1942; he also translated poetry from the Hebrew language; he was active in civic affairs and in Jewish organizational life and in 1957 was a member of a nine-man delegation which conducted a 15,000-mile fact-finding survey in Europe, North Africa, and Israel; this delegation was granted a special audience with Pope Pius XII, and was the only Jewish group to be awarded such an honor; the delegation also met with Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion and other Israeli officials, and with government leaders in France, Italy, Tunisia, and Morocco; he was elected president of the American Jewish Committee in April 1959 and served in that capacity until 1961; he died in 1970)
    • found:, October 15, 2014(Herbert Brutus Ehrmann; Herbert B. Ehrmann; Herbert Ehrmann; born December 15, 1891 in Louisville, Kentucky; died June 17, 1970 in Brookline, Massachusetts)
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    • 1990-08-03: new
    • 2014-10-17: revised
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