Showing Collections: 61 - 90 of 1988
Collection contains: Cemetery maps. Cemetery deeds. Meeting invitation, 1969. Correspondence, 1966-2000. Financial Records, 1959-1980. Stampers. Dissolution Papers, 1975-1977.
The collection consists of correspondence, circulars, invitations, and newsletters, relating to the Jewish community of Detroit. Organizations include the Jewish Community Council of Detroit, Jewish Teachers Seminary and Jewish Welfare Federation of Detroit. Correspondence of B.M. Laikin with Jewish writers: B.I. Bialostotsky, Menahem Boraisha, David Ignatoff, N.B. Minkoff, I.J. Schwartz, Abraham Twersky.
The Papers of Benjamin Nadel (historian of Jewish communities in the Caucasus and Eastern Europe), including research papers, personal and professional correspondence, and documents on the administration of the Jewish Labor Bund.
Manuscript of Wend's work Unzer alte literatur (Our Old Literature), in Yiddish and English.
Scrapbook of clippings. Includes several photographs and letters.
Manuscripts of poems. Correspondence with Yiddish literary figures such as Menahem Boraisha, Peretz Hirschbein, Reuben Iceland, H. Leivick, Itzik Manger, Mani Leib, Shmuel Niger, Melech Ravitch, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Abraham Sutzkever. Reviews of Weinstein's works. Biographical notes.
1. Manuscript of the second supplement to the Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur, letters Alef through Shin. 2. Letters from: Lev Berinsky, Khariton Berman, Leib Botwinick, V. Belinker, Azaria Dobruszkes, Esther Holzberg, Benjamin Harshav, Shamai Greenberg, Troim Hendler, Jokubas Josade, Jeon Jofen, Avraham Kazev, Istic Svart-Kara, Abraham Kwaterko, Israel Kaplan, Dovid-Hirshe Katz, Joseph Lieberson, Isaac Luden, Manya Landman, Hayim Ladzajski, Jacob Levitz, Yakov Levavi, Michal Mirski, Daniel Marlin, Avrum Nowershtern, Yitzhok Niborski, Shalom Sudit, Adam Rok, Michael Steinberg, Dovid Sztokfisz, Jacob Shaefer, Khava Turnianski, Mordechai Tsanin, Shifre Weber, David Wolpe, Gershon Weiner, and Michael Yankosiski. 3. Bio-bibliographic cards relating to the second Leksikon supplement. 4. Copy of Yiddish manuscript, Berl Kagan, on Jewish "vocational education in Lithuania." 5. Copy of Yiddish manuscript, by Berl Kagan, on Jewish education in Lithuania. First page missing. 6. Hand-corrected Yiddish typescript of "Rabbis and scribes in Shavl" by Berl Kagan 7. Photograph of Berl Kagan.
Correspondence with writers including Menahem Boraisha, Aaron Glanz-Leieles, Jacob Glatstein, Chaim Grade, Peretz Hirschbein, David Ignatoff, H. Leivick, Kalman Marmor, Isaac Leib Peretz, David Pinsky, Melech Ravitch, Abraham Reisen, Isaac Nachman Steinberg, Chaim Zhitlowsky. Family correspondence. Clippings of articles by and about Lapin. Manuscripts of Lapin's Yiddish translations of Shakespeare's sonnets.
The papers consists mainly of notebooks containing B. Rejman's comments on newspaper articles. Included is correspondence with Aaron Zeitlin and clippings of articles by the latter.
This collection contains fragmentary records of agencies of the Nazi Government.
Choseed's doctoral dissertation "Reflections of the Soviet Nationalities Policy in Literature: The Jews, 1938-1948" (Columbia University, 1968). Approximately 600 slides of Japan, the Soviet Union, and Birobidzhan. Also 13 postcards and photographs of Birobidzhan. Academic correspondence and notes. Offprints of Choseed's articles. Clippings on Birobidzhan, Soviet Jewry, and Jewish life in Japan. Clippings and excerpts of English translations of writings by Soviet and Polish Yiddish writers and Soviet Russian-language writers.
Bulk of the papers consist of Elving's adaptations of Yiddish plays and musicals. There are also Elving's original plays, as well as those by his wife, Rosa Elving.
Collection consists of photographs of the following: S.Y. Agnon, Woody Allen, Aharon Appelfeld, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Menachem Begin, David Ben Gurion, Saul Bellow, Jacob Berman, Leonard Bernstein, Edgar Bronfman, Pearl Buck, Joel Carmichael, Arthur Cohen, Edward Dahlberg, Moshe Dayan, E.L. Doctorow, Abba Eban, Peter Farb, Leslie Fiedler, Allan Ginsberg, Ralph Ginzburg, Nadine Gordimer, Benny Goodman, Ber Green, Gerald Green, Chaim Gross, Robert Heilbroner, Lillian Hellman, D. Abraham Heshel, Nat Hentoff, Joseph Hirshorn, Philip Hochstein, Irving Howe, Israel Horowitz, Sol Hurok, Clifford Irving, Rona Jaffe, Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Jacob Javitz, E.J. Kahn, Garson Kanin, Alfred Kazin, Andre Kertesz, Jerzy Kosinski, Stanley Kunitz, Max Lerner, Ira Levin, Meyer Levin, Roy Lichtenstein, Betty Lifton, Yakov Lind, Jacques Lipshitz, Norman Mailer, Bernard Malamud, P.B. Maryan, Golda Meir, Arthur Miller, Frederick Morton, Barnet Newman, S.J. Perelman, Norman Podhoretz, Otto Preminger, Nathan Rapoport, Abe Rosenthal, Philip Roth, Charles Silberman, Sidney Shore, Abraham Sutzkever, Janos Starker, Isaac Stern, Jacqueline Susann, Harvey Swados, Alvin Toffler, Lionel Trilling, Richard Tucker, Simone Weil, Immanuel Velikovsky, Andrei Voznesensky, Elie Wiesel, Frederick Wiseman, and Irving Wallace. Also, 24 slides of Sidney Simon, Chaim Gross,and Nathan Rapoport sculpting. Clipping on Bernard Gotfrydand his book. 13 slides ofthe Warsaw Ghetto Monument (1983). Photographs (copies) of the "Przyjaciol Wiedzy" school in Radom (1983), of Godfryd and of his family (1935). Photographs of the killing of a Jewish DP in Stuttgart in 1946. Photographs of the unveiling of a monument to the Jews of Radom, Long Island, 1960. Stills from Jack Eisner's film Children of the Holocaust. 110 slides of the gathering of Holocaust survivors in Washington, 1983. Photographs of the Holocaust exhibit in the Children's Museum in Washington, 1988.
The collection consists of correspondence between Bamberger and U.S. soldiers during World War II. Most of the correspondents were members of Bamberger's congregation.
Constitution. Minutes of Bershader Book Committee, 1944, 1946. Memorial booklet on Bershad. Correspondence, anniversary journals. Miscellaneous materials collected on the history of the Jews in the Ukraine, and on Lomazer, Shumsker, and Soroker landsmanshaftn.
Correspondence: Jacob Ben-Ami, Yitzhak Dov Berkowitz, Daniel Charney, Ben Zion Goldberg, Peretz Hirschbein, David Ignatoff, Szmerke Kaczerginski, Mani Leib, H. Leivick, Abraham Liessin, Itzik Manger, Ida Maze, Kadia Molodowsky, David Pinsky, Olga Rabinowitz (wife of Sholem-Aleichem), Melech Ravitch, Maurice Samuel. Photographs of the Kling family, Sholem-Aleichem family, and of Yiddish writers, such as Peretz Hirschbein, David Ignatoff, Itzik Manger, Mani Leib, Moshe Nadir. Woodcuts by Arthur Kolnik. Manuscripts of poems by Bertha Kling and Moses (Moyshe) Leib Halpern.
Correspondence with Yiddish writers. Minutes and financial ledgers of YIVO Committee meetings. Notes and lectures. Text of Morrison's speeches. Essays by Morrison on Yiddish literary figures.
Materials pertaining to the United Bessarabian Federation, including resolutions, bulletins. Materials pertaining to the Federation of Bessarabian Societies of America: certificate of incorporation, 1942; constitution; financial records; records of relief work; membership and mailing lists; correspondence; lists and materials of affiliated organizations; photographs.
Records of the Bessarabier Podolier B.S., Inc. Minutes, 1958-1960. Financial papers. Anniversary journals. Photographs. Materials of the East Bronx Cultural Society (photocopies): certificate of incorporation, 1955; constitution; minutes. Materials of the Baltic Podolier Br. 277 IWO: speeches, meeting announcements; anniversary journal; photographs. Materials of the Podolier Br. 277 IWO, including "wall newspapers" 1932-1940s. Materials of the Bessarabier Br. 302 IWO, including: minutes, 1943-1947; personal papers of the donor; miscellaneous; photograph.
The collection consists mostly of letters, mainly in Yiddish, sent to Adel from the camps.
Burial society in New York, possibly the merger of two older burial societies. Used Mt. Hebron, Mt. Judah, and Washington cemeteries. Collection contains: Records, mostly pertaining to the burial society. Minutes, 1964-1990. Income and expense ledgers, 1966-1993. Membership and dues ledger, loose pages. Grave reservation and grave ownership ledgers.
Collection contains: Cemetery maps. Cemetery deeds, 1912-1970. Photos of cemetery plot. Contracts, 1910-1963. Membership lists, 1958. Meeting invitations, 1974. Financial Records, 1907-1974. Correspondence, 1955-1982. Certificate of incorporation, 1906. Constitution and by-laws, 1923.
This record group includes certificates of incorporation and name change amendment, certificates of incorporation for the Hebrew Free Burial Society, a map of Cedar Park Cemetery, and liquidation Papers.
Collection contains: Meeting minutes, Yiddish, 1946-1981. Meeting invitations, 1966-1979. Constitution, Yiddish, 1918. Member lists, 1983-1985. Financial Records, 1979-1988.
Anniversary souvenir journals, 1924, 1928, 1938, 1948. Membership directory, 1949. Correspondence. Memorial book, 1975.