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Added to this, there is a letter housed at the Central Zionist Archives written by Mrs.
Ovad Yehezkel, cabinet secretary and chair of the task force, said he envisions a museum complex located on the hill dividing the Knesset from the Israel Museum that would house the National Library and State Archives, and perhaps the Academy of the Hebrew Language and the Jewish Agency's Central Zionist Archives.
12, 1947, Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem (hereafter cited as CZA), A-123/320; Silver to Neumann, Jan.
What she has given us, therefore, is the fruit of research conducted in Jerusalem among the Central Zionist Archives and the files of the political department of the Jewish Agency, interesting but incomplete and even misleading when presented against a tabula rasa from the other tango partner apart from some correspondence (four letters exchanged between Patriarch Arida and his minion, Tewfik Awad, and the Jewish Agency, and the so-called treaty between the Jewish Agency and the Maronite Church of May 30, 1946, which was never implemented) plus the observations of Eliahu Epstein, AUB graduate, Jewish Agency spy in Lebanon and later first Israeli ambassador to the United States.
Other Halpern material is scattered among various collections of the American Jewish Archives (Cincinnati, OH), American Jewish Historical Society (New York, NY), Central Zionist Archives (Jerusalem), Kibbutz Kfar Blum Archives (Kfar Blum, Israel), Lavon Institute Labor Movement Archives (Tel Aviv), and Yad Tabenkin--United Kibbutz Movement Archives (Ramat Efal, Israel).
Irgun Representatives," National Jewish Post, 11 October 1946); ZOA Executive Committee Minutes, 19 December 1944, Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem.
2, 1939, file 112, Robert Szold Manuscripts, Zionist Archives and Library, New York City (hereafter ZA), now at the Central Zionist Archives (CZA), Jerusalem, Israel.