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The correspondence includes letters to and from Glueck, documenting his unique vantage point on politics in Jerusalem in the interwar years and beyond. The letters also describe how these politics intersected with American archaeology in the Near East. Glueck’s correspondents included archaeological luminaries of the period, individuals involved in the formation of the state of Israel, and colleagues “back home” in America who were eager for news from “on the ground” in this tumultuous region.
The correspondence is organized alphabetically by the surname or institution of the correspondent — Glueck’s original file arrangement.