Showing Collections: 271 - 300 of 1988
69 boxes and related oversized displays reflecting FEGS over 80 year history in multiple medias including video tapes, historical photos and negatives, documents, mechanicals and artwork, misc. awards and albums, mixed media presentation and program event materials.
Benevolent association and burial society founded by Jewish immigrants from Odessa, Ukraine, in New York in 1943. Used Beth-El cemetery. Collection contains: Certificate of incorporation, 1943. Constitution and bylaws, 1951. Membership and dues book, 1977-1987. Checks and check stubs, 1986-1998. Deeds and dispositions of cemetery plots at time of dissolution, 1997-1998. Deeds to cemetery plots. Lists of members and grave reservations. Bank statements. Cemetery maps.
The collection is of mixed provenance and consists mostly of 16 mm films and some 8 mm and 35 mm films. There is also a group of VHS and 3/4 in. tapes. Many of the films are registered as part of other record groups in the YIVO Archives and were physically separated from these record groups, placed in the Collection of Films, and cataloged, for preservation purposes and for improved access to researchers. The collection includes the following series: Amateur Films. ca. 75 items, 1920s-1930s. Amateur home movies made by American Jews on trips to Eastern Europe, mainly Poland. One segment of this series consists of films produced by Gustave Eisner, who owned the Gustave Eisner Travel Agency in the inter-war period and arranged trips back to Poland and to Palestine. The Eisner films include some of Palestine and of American Jewish life. Amateur films made by Abraham Twersky of the Sholem Aleichem Houses in the Bronx which include images of a number of notable cultural figures in the Yiddish secular world. Films of Towns and Cities Commissioned by Landsmanshaftn. 2 items. 1920s-1930s. A Pictorial Review of Kolbuszowa, 1929. A film about Sedziszow, Poland, 1935. Post-war films made by social welfare organizations. 1940s-1960s. About 40 items. Films produced by social welfare organizations such as the HIAS and the AJDC describing the situation of Jewish refugees and displaced persons and organizational work carried out on their behalf. Included are films about HIAS's involvement with Hungarian refugees in 1956. Miscellaneous films. A film about Jewish refugees in Shanghai in the late 1940s. 8 mm footage of the Warsaw Ghetto and the Cracow Ghetto during World War II. Yiddish language newsreel made of a memorial ceremony held in Skierniewice, Poland, in 1947 for Holocaust victims. A Scientific Expedition to Birobizhan (1929), a silent film by the faculty of Brigham Young University, Utah.
Constitution. Minutes, 1968-1971. Memorial journal, United Austiler Relief Committee, 1948. Theater programs from Ustilug, pre-World War II.
Collection contains: Constitution, Yiddish, 1933. By-laws, English. Cemetery permits, 1967-1992. Correspondence, 1944-1991. Meeting minutes, 1998. Membership lists. Financial Records, 1976-2000. Dissolution Papers, 1998-2000. Miscellaneous.
Constitutions. Financial records, 1922-1975 (German, English). Materials pertaining to burial. Correspondence. Materials pertaining to 60th anniversary celebration and to dissolution. Seal. Stamps.
Constitution. Minutes, 1929-1942. Financial records, 1969-1972, 1977. Relief work records, 1940-1962. Membership applications. Bulletins, 1949-1979. Correspondence. Memorial book, 1960. Photographs.
Souvenir journals, 1925, 1937. Film of last banquet, 1960. Photograph.
Collection contains: Certificates of incorporation, 1905. Financial Records, 1925-1981. Membership lists. Genealogical materials, 1981. Dissolution Papers, 1982.
Collection contains: Cemetery maps, 1943. Burial permits, 1963. Correspondence, 1982-1983. Meeting invitations, 1961-1969. Membership listing. Stamper. Meeting minutes, Yiddish and English, 1950-1985. Financial Records, 1961-1985. Miscellaneous.
Collection contains: Cemetery deeds, 1984. Meeting minutes, 1960-1972. Member lists. Correspondence, 1980-1984. Financial documents, 1955-1985.
Constitution. Minutes, 1915-1920. Minutes of relief fund, 1944. Membership dues records, 1925-1942. Membership loan information, 1927-1944. Financial materials. Gavel.
Minutes, 1933-1936, 1938-1944. Financial and membership records, 1930s-1950s. Gavel.
By-laws. Minutes, 1932-1977. Financial records, 1936-1970s. Materials pertaining to old age and loan funds. Golden book (record of deaths of members). Membership records. Materials pertaining to cemetery and burial. Seal, stamp.
The record group includes the names and addresses of the congregation's last members; cemetery maps of Mt. Zion, Beth David, and Mount Hebron cemeteries; interment lists; and liquidation Papers.
Cemetery deed. Constitution (Yiddish). Minutes (English), 1961-1972. Financial records. Correspondence, 1966-1970.
This record group includes general Records of the First Chelmar Unterstuzung Verein.
Collection contains: Certificate of incorporation, 1899. Cemetery maps. Cemetery deeds, 1905. Correspondence, 1928-1935. Financial Records, 1935-1982. Dissolution Papers.
Minute-book for the years 1910-1925.
Amendments to constitution, 1950. Minutes, 1939-1943. Dues records, 1925-1932.
Constitution. Minutes, 1915-1925. Financial records, 1950s-1970s. Anniversary journal. Meeting announcements. Photograph. Gavel.
Collection contains: Correspondence, 1996-2004. Burial permits, 1924-2003. Cemetery deeds, 1922-2002. Membership list, 2004. Death certificate, 2004. Perpetual care lists, 2000. Grave reservation lists, 1996-1997. Financial Records, 1978-2004. Dissolution Papers, 2004-2005.
Collection contains: Constitution, English and Yiddish, 1935. Cemetery maps. Correspondence, 1987-2002. Meeting invitation, 1978. Grave reservation lists. Membership dues listing. Financial Records, 1985-1987. Dissolution Papers, 2000.
This record group contains the constitution and by-laws of 1949, a map of Mount Hebron Cemetery, a membership list, and liquidation Papers.
Constitution. Membership record book, and oversize bound volume presented to the society by the Dzuriner Sick Benevolent Association, 1930. Grave plot reservation receipts.
Minutes, 1918-1950s (German, Yiddish). Minutes of the First Mikulinzer Lodge, 1910-1928 (German). Record book of the burial committee, 1920s. Financial records, 1940s-1950s, including membership dues book, 1924-1931. Correspondence.