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Samuel J. Silverman Oral History Interview - RFK #1, 9/3/1969

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Silverman, Samuel J. (Samuel Joshua), 1908-2001
Samuel J. Silverman (1908 - 2001) was a New York political figure, known particularly for his roles as associate justice of the New York Supreme Court (1963-1966) and as surrogate of New York County (1967-1970).
This interview focuses on Robert F. Kennedy (RFK)’s urging Silverman to run in the surrogate race, RFK’s active campaigning for Silverman, and RFK’s efforts to bring about reform, among other issues.
3 September 1969
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Donated to the United States
RFKOH-SJS-01
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