Noah, M. M. (Mordecai Manuel), 1785-1851
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Cohen family of Baltimore and Richmond papers
Contains primarily correspondence and some business and official papers of the Cohen Family of Baltimore and Richmond. Papers center around the following members of the family: Jacob I. Cohen (1784-1822), the firm of Cohen & Isaacs of Richmond, Mrs. Edmund Randolph, Carter Braxton (1794), and James Monroe, Governor of Virginia.
Damascus affair collection
The collection consists primarily of correspondence, as well as documents and newspaper clippings pertaining to efforts made by the American and British governments and Jewish communities in both countries on behalf of their co-religionists in the "East" during the blood accusation in Damascus, and related persecution in Rhodes.
Included is correspondence between Moses Montefiore and the Executive Committee of the Israelites of the city of New York; correspondence between the N.Y.C. Israelites and similar committees in Philadelphia, Cincinnati and Richmond and the Board of Deputies of British Jews; correspondence between the committee and President Martin Van Buren and Secretary of State John Forsyth and other government officials; minutes and resolutions of the committee; a printed address by Montefiore to the Turkish Sultan and his reply; an English translation of the Firman granted by the Sultan at Montefiore's request and its Greek translation circulated by Montefiore in the "East"; a communique in Turkish, Hebrew, and Ladino issued by the Haham Bashi in Constantinople, Haim Moshe Frisco.
Papers of Hannah Ruth London
Collection contains research notes and writings relating to London's works on early American Jewish portraits, miniatures, and silhouettes; this includes family histories of the subjects of the artwork, biographical information on the artists, and information about the works themselves. Also includes items relating to London's personal life, such as her genealogy and a notebook of letters written by her son Robert who was killed in action in World War II during his service in the army; notes, manuscripts, and published and unpublished articles and poetry; art catalogs; legal documents; lantern slides; photographs; correspondence; newspaper clippings; genealogical charts; handwritten sheet music; military medals; sound recordings; a theater program; and a scrapbook.
Hanns Reissner Collection
This collection contains the extensive research of the historian Hanns Reissner. The most prominent subjects of the collection are the philosopher and jurist Eduard Gans and the Verein für Kultur und Wissenschaft der Juden, although Reissner's research also addresses many other subjects within the field of both German and American Jewish history. Included in the collection are extensive research notes and correspondence concerning his work, his unpublished manuscripts, clippings and offprints.
Mordecai Manual Noah (1785-1851), undated, 1846, 1851
Mordecai Manuel Noah, papers
Collection contains legal documents pertaining to Noah's official duties as surveyor of the port of New York (1830-1831), and correspondence relating to Noah's political career. Also included are: personal correspondence; a scrapbook; published material on Noah's journalistic career and personal life; articles and correspondence relating to the City of Ararat; and the Isaac Goldberg collection of Mordecai Manuel Noah letters, which consists of 28 letters from Noah to his wife Rebecca.
Nunes-Ribeiro family (Savannah, New York, Philadalphia) papers
Contains 1820 will of Rachel Jacobs Polock Cohen (1754-1820). The legal documents pertain to the suit of Samuel Nunez against Mordecai Sheftall for recovery of a slave. Included are the original petition, a depostition from Moses Nunez, and a subpoena for Mordecai Sheftall. The collection is digitized and available in the Center's shared digital asset and preservation management system, please see https://digipres.cjh.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE10804489.