"Civil Rights in Peril: Jews Excluded From A Hotel"

June 28, 1877

The Article discusses Joseph Seligman’s expulsion from the Grand Union Hotel in Saratoga, New York. The article notes the reaction by elite Jews in New York to Seligman’s treatment by Judge Hilton and presents a number of different opinions on the expulsion, both in support of Seligman and in support of Judge Hilton’s actions. “Civil Rights in Peril. Jews Excluded From A Hotel,” Stark County Democrat, June 28, 1977, 6.