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This collections contained one document orderinh Isaac De Lyon to appear in state court to answer charges of indebtedness.
This collection consists primarily of a calendar of material (1900-05, 1910-11, 1913-15, 1917-23, 1927-52) relating to the United States found in the Weizmann Archives, Rehovot, Israel, as well as a copy of the index to the Weizmann papers (1885-1914), and various reports issued by the Archives, all annotated by Fein. Also includes microfilm and typed calendars/descriptions of U.S.-related material found in the Central Zionist Archives, the State Archives, the Aaron Aaronsohn Archives, the Jabotinsky Archives, the Archives of the History of the Jewish People, the Labor Archives, and the Hebrew University Library and Yad va-Shem Archives.
Contains letters and articles in manuscript to Leeser pertaining to: his work as editor of The Occident, his translation of the Bible and his other literary works; discussions concerning Jewish law, the Reform movement in the United States and in Curaçao; Reform and Orthodox Judaism in Albany, N.Y., Massachusetts Senator Henry Wilson's anti-Semitic comments in the United States Congress; the founding of a synagogue in San Francisco; the condition of Jews and Jewish education in America and in England; equal rights for Jews in Massachusetts and North Carolina; the controversy over the Touro Monument; slavery and the Civil War; and converts to Judaism. Also includes information on Israel Joseph Benjamin's trip in the U.S., 1859-1862; Isaac Mayer Wise; Sabato Morais; a manuscript guidebook on Jewish ritual slaughter written by Moses Julian in Barbados in 1820; Moses Montefiore's report on his mission to Rome on behalf of the Edgardo Mortara affair; articles discussing Christian theology; the Jews in Cochin, India and in China; a Latin preface to Leeser's Hebrew Bible; a Portuguese prayer against the evil eye; and poems on topics of Jewish interest.
This collection contains a bill of lading for Samuel Hart & Co., Philadelphia, signed by Isaac Levy.
Contains the presumed signature of Pinto on the flyleaf of a book.
Collection consists primarily of New York State Congressman Isaac Siegal's (1915-1923) correspondence with the United States War Department (1917-1919); the Jewish Welfare Board (later The National Jewish Welfare Board) regarding personnel, especially Jewish personnel in the Armed Forces; with John J. Pershing and Secretary of the Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt; relating to immigration, among which are letters from Louis Marshall; and regarding the observance of Flag Day and Lincoln's Birthday.
Collection also includes a paper on "The Jews in China" in manuscript form, and copies of published articles and a radio address.
Collection contains the following: 2 items of Abraham Isaacks (d. 1743): deed for land in New Jersey and estate inventory; ship cargo listing countersigned by Sampson Mears Isaacks, official in Naval Office, New York City; and marriage settlement of Abraham M. Isaacks and Rebekah Simson.
Collection contains a promissory note, signed in Hebrew by an unidentified person, for a sum of money owed Isaacs (1761), and a certificate of indebtedness of New York State to Aaron Isaacs for goods purchased, signed by Commissioners William Floyd and Isaac Roosevelt (1781). Also an estate inventory for Isaac Wickham Isaacs, 1816.
Collection contains an 1808 invoice, signed by Abraham Isaacs (1737-1815) in Hebrew, for various types of meat sold to Frederick Frazier; and an inventory of the estate of Jacob Isaacs (1793-1831), 1831.
The collection consists of a Masonic edition of the Bible; certificates and souvenir booklets pertaining to Mr. Zeman's membership and activities with the Masonic orders in Youngstown, Ohio, as well as five diplomas and certificates of his various schooling and professional work as a pharmacist.
Personal papers of Rabbi Isadore Breslau, including World War II military chaplaincy documents and correspondence with figures in the American Zionist Movement. Materials include: confidential memoranda, reports, minutes, financial and legal documents, newspaper clippings, conference agendas, handwritten notes, prayer books and chaplaincy photographs.
The bulk of the collection documents Kenen’s Zionist activities, his work with the United Nations, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee and its predecessor organizations, and the Near East Report. Materials include correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, publications, press releases, manuscripts, notes, photographs, speeches, and scrapbooks.
Contains personal documents of the Constine-Coons family, including a photocopy of the naturalization papers of John Constine (grandfather of Isidore Coons), a typescript describing the family history, and photocopies of photographs of family members. Also includes a brochure on various fund-raising campaigns conducted by Isidor Coons.
Isidore Meyer was an editor (1940-1968), librarian (1940-1962) and archivist (1940-1968) at the American Jewish Historical Society and a rabbi at the Jewish Center of Bay Shore, Long Island (1937-1943). Also a historian, Meyer wrote and spoke on the use, study and impact of Hebrew language and texts during the colonial period in the United States. The collection documents his AJHS career, historical writing and research, rabbinical work, teaching experience and general professional activities. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts, notes, photostats, clippings, printed materials, photographs, slides and negatives.
Collection consists of articles written by and about Levinthal, resolutions and testimonials for his fiftieth and ninetieth birthday and thirty-five years of service to Brooklyn Jewish Center, obituaries, and photographs. The articles written by Levinthal consist of contributions he made to the Brooklyn Jewish Center Review, and a dedication and speech that was published as part of the twenty-fifth anniversary book of the Brooklyn Jewish Center. The collection also includes articles concerning his daughter Helen Hadassah Levinthal Lyons, who was the first woman to complete a rabbinical curriculum at a Jewish theological institution. Lyons received her Masters of Hebrew Literature from the Jewish Institute of Religion. Correspondence from Stephen S. Wise thanking her for donations and a birthday gift are enclosed.
This collection contains a deed poll for a lot in the city of Philadelphia granted to Jonathan Williams and signed by Israel in his capacity as High Sheriff; letters of administration for the estate of Israel Israel, Jr. as signed by Israel Israel and Samuel Israel (1808); and the inventory of the personal estate of Israel Israel and accounts of the estate signed by M.E. Israel (1822-1825).
Inventory of the estate of a New York resident who died in 1824, compiled at the request of his executor, Jacob Abrahams, by the appraiser Thomas Dunkin.
The collection consists primarily of letters written by Zangwill to Philip Cowen (1897-1903) regarding the American Hebrew and social matters. Also includes letters to Philip Henry on the Jewish Territorial Organization (1905 and 1908), and a letter to Max J. Kohler regarding an invitation to a meeting in his honor given by the Judaeans (1923).
A letter, signed in the name of Cohen's legal firm, Duryea and Cohen, regarding a legal matter.
The Jack D. Weiler and Family Papers are divided into two sub-groups: one containing most of JDW's personal records, including materials related to the Lenru Men's Club; JDW's philanthrophy in regards to the many organizations he worked with; items related to his work as part of the real estate firm, Swig, Weiler, and Arnow; and also includes a large number of photographs related to his meetings, dedications, campaigns, and building funds for Israel Bonds, UJA, and Federation. Last in this sub-group are books dedicated to JDW or Robert Arnow, and several small, pocket-sized booklets on subjects varying from toasts to Jewish law to care of the back.
The second sub-group is dedicated to the family of Jack D. Weiler and his wife, milliner designer Doris (née Person) Weiler, and their children, Joan and Alan. While the sub-group does contain many images and outings with Joan's husband and Jack's business partner, Robert Arnow and the children of Alan and Helene Weiler, this is primarily due to marriage into the Weiler family, and therefore the series relates more to the Weilers, with major evidence of Jack and Doris's grand- and in some cases, their great-grandchildren.
The sub-group also documents the family circles of Weiler and Person families, including the brothers and sisters of Jack and Doris, but primarily documents the family of Faivel and Chana Weiler. This sub-group contains correspondence, primarily between Jack and Doris and their children; general personal papers relating to the lives of Jack and Doris; and a large cache of family photos dating from the mid-1920s to the early 2000s.
A seperate series of Audio-Visual Materials rounds out the collection.
Consists of an undated Yiddish certificate (probably 1920s) indicating a contribution to the Poale Zion Palestine Committee of America, and a photocopy of a photograph showing future Prime Minister Golda Meir as the Statue of Liberty, and Jack Feller as Abraham Lincoln in a 1919 Poale Zion Hasidim pageant in Milwaukee.
The collection contains papers of Jack Forgash, an activist in the American Soviet Jewry movement. Forgash held leadership positions in the Brooklyn Coalition for Soviet Jewry and the Greater New York Conference on Soviet Jewry during the 1970s, and co-chaired the Jackson for President Committee during the presidential campaign of Senator Henry M. Jackson in 1976. The materials include correspondence, memoranda, photographs, brochures and news clippings.
This collection contains the papers of Jack Jacobs, a Jewish academic and former member of the New Jewish Agenda. The collection mostly contains Jewish leftist publications, materials from the founding of the New Jewish Agenda, and documents related to anti-Semitism in Argentina from the 1970s and 1980s.
The collection documents the activism of Dr. Jack Minker, a leading authority in artificial intelligence, on behalf of foreign scientists whose human rights and scientific freedom were violated. The bulk of the collection focuses on Soviet Jewish Refuseniks, such as cyberneticist Alexander Lerner, mathematicians Victor Brailovsky and Anatoly Sharansky, and a dissident human rights activist, nuclear physicist Andrei Sakharov. The documents include manuscripts, correspondence, memos, notes, publications, news clippings, and photographs.
This collection contains biographical materials and writings of Jack Nusan Porter, a rabbi and sociologist. His writings focus on modern genocide and the Holocaust.
A letter written in Yiddish from Jacob Filemann to Myer Josephson of Reading, Penn. Also includes 1974 article about the letter.
This collection contains the prompt-books for numerous plays, both those originally written in Yiddish as well as Yiddish translations of well-known authors. There is also an original play by Boaz Young and notes for a study on female Jewish writers.
Contains a receipt, paid in full, for Jacob Braf.
Contains photocopies of Goldberg's autobiography, in Yiddish, with the English translation, relating his involvement with the trade union movement in the early 20th century - primarily in New York City.
Contains three printed items pertaining to Rabbi Jacob Joseph: 1) a proclamation in Hebrew urging American Jews to join in the celebration of the centennial of George Washington's inauguration, and a prayer for the leaders of the country (1889); 2) an address in English pertaining to the need to observe the laws of kashruth (undated); 3) a photocopy of a broadside opposing taxes on kosher meat imposed by Rabbi Jacob Joseph (1889).